Lovely Money

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"Lovely Money"
Single by The Damned
  • "I Think I'm Wonderful"
  • "Lovely Money" (Disco mix)
Released 18 June 1982
Format 7" single
Recorded 1982
Genre Rock
Length 5:21
Label Bronze
BRO 149
Songwriter(s) Scabies, Sensible, Vanian, Gray
Producer(s) The Damned, Tony Mansfield
The Damned singles chronology
"'Friday 13th EP'"
"Lovely Money"
"Dozen Girls"

"Lovely Money" is a single by the Damned, originally released 18 June 1982.

Their first release with new label Bronze, it showcased the band's willingness to experiment, being a seemingly lightweight slice of pop thanks to a disco-style electronic drum beat, which contrasted with a voice-over provided by former Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band frontman Viv Stanshall that criticised the nationalism that had arisen following the Falklands War in 1982. The "Disco Mix" was essentially the same track, with the backing sped up by the mischievous band.

Bronze attempted to boost sales by issuing a picture disc version of the single as well, and also issued the single in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, Australia and New Zealand.

Track listing

All songs by Scabies, Sensible, Vanian, Gray.

  1. "Lovely Money" - 5:21
  2. "I Think I'm Wonderful" - 3:06
  3. "Lovely Money (Disco Mix)"

Production credits


External links

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