Kim Carnes ‎– Divided Hearts (12″)

Capturing the early use of samplers and coming on like an electronic Bruce Springsteen. From 1986 and the debut single off her album “Lighthouse.” This was remixed Rusty Garner and Paul Sabu who seem to shoehorn every sound into the mix, not that subtle with all bangs and crashes. The single failed to dent the charts even though it was coming off the “Flash Dance” vibe at the time and featured  Phillip Ingram on backing vocals.

EMI America ‎– 12EA 218kimfrontcov

A Divided Hearts (Club Mix) 7:29
B1 Divided Hearts (Dub Mix) 6:08
B2 You Say You Love Me (But I Know You Don’t) 2:48

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