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Nick Kamen - Each Time You Break My Heart / Instrumental (1986) - single

Ivor Neville "Nick" Kamen (born 15 April 1962 in Harlow, Essex, England, England) is an English male model, songwriter and musician, and brother of session guitarist Chester Kamen.
"Each Time You Break My Heart" is his 1986 debut single from his debut album “Nick Kamen”, released in 1987.
Nick Kamen attained popularity in 1986 when his modelling career gave him the chance to star in Levi's "Launderette" television commercial. The clip showed him stripping down to stone-wash his blue jeans in a 1950s style public laundromat while he waits clad only in his boxer shorts, which was one of a series of Bartle Bogle Hegarty advertisements that dramatically increased the popularity of Levi 501s. The commercial, directed by Roger Lyons, was selected for, and came fourth in, The 100 Greatest TV Ads in 2000. Kamen later decided to delve into music, and released his self titled debut album in 1986. Written and produced by Madonna and Stephen Bray, "Each Time You Break My Heart" was the lead single from the album. Madonna had previously expressed interest in producing Kamen's record. But since she was busy shooting for her film, Who's That Girl then titled Slammer, she chose to write and compose one song. Madonna had originally written and recorded the song for her third studio album, “True Blue”, but it did not make the cut.

A - Each Time You Break My Heart  (4:30)
Producer, Written-By – Madonna, Stephen Bray / Recorded By, Mixed By – Michael Hutchinson
B - Each Time You Break My Heart (Instrumental)  (4:35)
Producer, Written-By – Madonna, Stephen Bray / Recorded By, Mixed By – Michael Hutchinson

Release:  1986
Label:  WEA Records
Catalog#  248527-7

℗ 1986
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