Both Ends Burning

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"Both Ends Burning"
Single by Roxy Music
from the album Siren
B-side "For Your Pleasure (Live)"
ReleasedDecember 1975
EMI Studios, London
RecordedJune 1975 (1975-06)–September 1975 (1975-09), AIR Studios, London
Genre Art rock, glam rock
Length3:58 (Single version)
5:12 (Album version)
Label Island, Polydor
Songwriter(s) Bryan Ferry
Producer(s) Chris Thomas
Roxy Music singles chronology
"Love Is the Drug"
(1975)
"Both Ends Burning"
(1975)
"Trash"
(1979)

"Both Ends Burning" is a single by English rock band Roxy Music taken from their 1975 album Siren . The version released as a single edited the intro and the ending compared to the album version. The B-side of the single was a version of their song "For Your Pleasure" recorded live at the Empire Pool Wembley in October 1975, at one of the concerts from which the Viva! album was composed. [1] In the US and Canada, the song was the B-side of the "Love Is the Drug" single. [2] [3] The single version is on The Complete Studio Recordings 1972-1982 but was not included on their 1977 album Greatest Hits .

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