|West Germany / Germany Singles|
|Data not entirely available at this time|
|Side A||Side B|
|Dear Christine||Older||Capitol 1C 006 85661||1978||Purple label. Picture Sleeve has close-up of Sir Army Suit artwork. Thanks to James McNally for this information. Thanks to Mark Hershberger for the scans.|
|I Can't Help It||Dog Star||Electrola 006-86 181||1980||Thanks to Jaimie Vernon for the picture sleeve graphic.|
|Woman (4:43)||Woman (instrumental) (4:00)||Polydor 887 899-7 Y||1988|| |
(Windows WAV file, 44.1KHz, 16 bit stereo, 2,015,886 bytes, MicroSoft ADPCM compression.)
|Woman (4:43) Woman (instrumental) (4:00)||Woman (film-version) (5:15)||Polydor 887 899-1 Y||1988||12" Maxi Single Thanks to Jaimie Vernon for the info on this issue and the 7" issue as well as the front and back cover scans of the 7" sleeve.|
|Woman (4:43) Woman (instrumental) (4:00) Woman (film-version) (5:15)||Polydor 887 899-2 Y||1988||CD Single Thanks to Frank Marzano for this info. This is the only Klaatu CD single known to exist at this time (1/16/97). The scans below are VERY large and take a while to display. |
CD Single front cover (522K)
CD Single Back Cover (493K)
5 inch CD Single itself (344K)
Thanks to Carsten Busch for the image scans.
Probably the rarest and most sought after Klaatu Kollectible, the German single "Woman" is the only song released by Klaatu that wasn't written by a member of the band. (The songs written by Dino Tome were all co-written by a member of the band.) The song was written by Paul Vincent Gunia for the German TV Show "Tatort". The recording was produced by Klaatu for Bavaria Sonor Musikverlag and was released on Polydor Records in Germany (a subsidiary of Deutsche Grammophon). Both the 7 inch and 12 inch vinyl discs play at 45 RPM.
Last Update: 05/12/98
Name: Dave Bradley