Talk:The Escape Club

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Heavy metal?!? -- JohnOwens

"Sexist and offensive?"[edit]

Why on earth would "Wild Wild West" be singled out and banned in the UK for being supposedly "sexist and offensive"? That seems very strange to me; the British are willing to play "Brown Sugar" and "Squeeze Box" but they won't play "Wild Wild West"? Weird. Stonemason89 (talk) 06:08, 20 November 2010 (UTC)

The song was banned because of the legs in the video.

Early singles[edit]

Can someone add the other singles please? They are:

Breathing#


Rescue Me##

I Will Be There## - Not the same as 'I'll Be There'

Where Angels Cry##

The Hard Way##

(#)non album track

(##)From the White Fields album


I'd do the additions myself but don't know how