The Liner/Sleeve Notes:
So basically, everyone knows this song from two places, the first and most primary being the soundtrack to the 1983 film, “Scarface” – the second, where I first (and most people my age) heard the song was the video game Grand Theft Auto III, which featured almost the whole Scarface soundtrack.
So, The A-Side is the vocal track, extended mix. Which it’s not that bad when you can get passed that god awful intro music on it, like they extended the song, but the 30 seconds or so they did is just awful. Then you get into the actual version they used in the movie, and like, it just makes you want to dance. I do find it funny how in the game GTA III, they used words from the song to describe cocaine, the song being “Rush Rush to the Yeyo” and in the game, they refer to cocaine as “Yeyo” – fun facts.
The B-Side is basically the same thing, minus the vocals.
A – Rush Rush (Extended Version)
B – Rush Rush (Dub Mix)
Studio Musicians & Other Album Credits:
Produced & Music by Giorgio Moroder
Lyrics by Debbie Harry
Design – Janet Perr
Photo (Front) – Chris Stein
Other Albums I Own by Debbie Harry:
Other Albums I Own that Debbie Harry Appears On:
Blondie – The Best of Blondie
Blondie – Eat to the Beat
Blondie – Parallel Lines
Blondie – The Tide is High / Suzy & Jeffrey