Background[edit source | editbeta]Edit

"Heaven or Las Vegas" is a single by the Cocteau Twins. It was released by Capitol Records in October 1990. It was the second single to be released from the Heaven or Las Vegas album. Elements of the song were used in the track of the same title by The Weeknd on his mixtape "Thursday".

Release[edit source | editbeta]Edit

"This edition comes in a picture sleeve. There's also a stickered, die-cut-sleeve edition. The record has white labels with only a catalog number and side designation printed on each side. The side A cat# is SPRO-79415, and the side B cat# is SPRO-79427. The spine and back cover of the sleeve show both cat#s in one, written as SPRO-79415/79427. The cat# SPRO-79415 was reused in 1994 on a completely unrelated release. Original version appears on the compact disc, cassette and album "Heaven or Las Vegas". Manufactured by Capitol Records, Inc. ℗ & © 1990 4AD. Under exclusive license to Capitol Records, Inc. Printed in USA."

Track listing[edit source | editbeta]Edit

All tracks are written by Cocteau Twins

  1. "Heaven or Las Vegas (edit)" - 3:59
  2. "Dials" - 2:41
  3. "Heaven or Las Vegas (album version") - 4:54

Barcode and Other Identifiers[edit source | editbeta]Edit

Matrix / Runout: SPRO-79415 | F-1 | SP | MASTERED BY CAPITOL | Wally Matrix / Runout: SPRO-79427 | F-1 | SP | 1-1 | MASTERED BY CAPITOL | Wally

Chart performance[edit source | editbeta]Edit

  • US Billboard Modern Rock - #9[1]

Performers[edit source | editbeta]Edit

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