Berlin ‎– No More Words / Dancing In Berlin (1984)

Berlin is an American New Wave/Synthpop band. The group was formed in Los Angeles in 1978 by John Crawford (bass guitar). Bandmembers included Crawford, Terri Nunn (vocals), David Diamond (keyboards), Ric Olsen (guitar), Matt Reid (keyboards) and Rod Learned (drums). Learned left during the first EU tour and was replaced by Rob Brill (drums). The band first gained commercial success in the mid 1980s with singles including “The Metro”, “Sex (I’m A…)”, “No More Words” and the chart-topping single “Take My Breath Away” from the 1986 film Top Gun.

“No More Words” was the first single off the album Love Life. It was also their first Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at #23 on May 12 1984. It was one of only two tracks on the album that was produced by Giorgio Moroder and Richie Zito, the other being “Dancing In Berlin”.

The two Moroder produced tracks were remixed and paired together for release on 12″ single in the US and Canada.

No More Words (Dance Remix)         5:44

Dancing In Berlin (Dance Remix)       5:16

Listen !

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By eightiesvinyl Posted in Berlin

2 comments on “Berlin ‎– No More Words / Dancing In Berlin (1984)

  1. Excellent 12″ that I bought as well.
    No More Words is a classic New Wave single that deserved better chart placement in 1984.

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