Soul Inside (single)

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Soul Inside
single by Soft Cell
Cover photograph by Peter Ashworth
Released September 1983
Produced Soft Cell
Label Some Bizzare
Genre synth-pop
Format 7″
Album This Last Night In Sodom
Previous Numbers
Next Down In The Subway
Related Soul Inside (EP)

Soul Inside is a single by Soft Cell, released in September 1983 by Some Bizzare Records. It is the first single from This Last Night In Sodom album.

Recording[edit | edit source]

Release[edit | edit source]

Artwork[edit | edit source]

On front cover – photograph of Almond and Ball by Peter Ashworth. They are holding a piece of glass with ‘Soul Inside’ and some lines from the song written on it with spray paint and markers. The wall behind them is also spray painted and quotes lyrics of the song. The back cover features black and white illustration by Huw Feather, presumably of a woman, with darkened eyes and indefinite kind of smile.[1] Sleeve design is also credited to Feather.

Track listing[edit | edit source]

1. Soul Inside”  Ball / Almond 4:28
1. “You Only Live Twice”  Barry / Bricusse 4:30

Other versions[edit | edit source]

At the same time was released limited version of Soul Inside, with the sleeve visually identical to standard single and indicated only by ‘Limited edition double single’ bottom caption on the front. It includes a second 7″ vinyl with additional tracks:

C (A)
1. “Loving You, Hating Me”   3:52
D (B)
1. “Her Imagination” (recorded at BBC for Dave Jensen radio show) 5:19

Personnel[edit | edit source]

  • Vocals – Marc Almond
  • Instruments – Dave Ball
  • Production – Soft Cell
  • ‘Thanks to Flood and Alex’

Reception[edit | edit source]

See also[edit | edit source]

  • Soul Inside – 12″ mini-album releases of the same name, released at the same time

References[edit | edit source]

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