GO WEST (CRAZY SPINNING CIRCLES)

Released: 3rd August 1984
Recorded: Rockfield Studios, Monmouth, Wales, Mar-Apr 1984. Mixed at Eel Pie, Twickenham, April 1984
Producer: John Brand
Label: Beggars Banquet

Additional tracks:

* The song originated from when the group was still Death Cult where it was entitled "The Waste Of Love". When the group recorded the song for the radio sessions for the David Jenson show on BBC Radio One (later released on the compact disc collection of Death Cult recordings entitled Ghost Dance) the title of the song had been changed to "With Love". When "Sea And Sky" was finally recorded by The Cult, during the "Go West (Crazy Spinning Circles)" recording sessions (on 22 June 1984), it was done so under the working title of "Ship Of Fools".

** The song was recorded live on 20 May 1984 at the Lyceum Ballroom in London, England.


* No "official" music video was recorded for the song "Go West (Crazy Spinning Circles)". When the group released the music video collection Pure Cult: The Singles 1984-1995 (the companion to the Pure Cult: The Singles 1984–1995 album) their live performance of "Go West (Crazy Spinning Circles)" from their concert film Dreamtime Live At The Lyceum (the companion to their 1984 Dreamtime Live At The Lyceumalbum) was included in place of a "proper" music video.

Go West (Crazy Spinning Circles), 7", N-ZEA, 104 371, Roxy Records
Go West (Crazy Spinning Circles), 7", N-ZEA, 104 351, plain sleeve, b/ Spiritwalker
Go West (Crazy Spinning Circles), 7", UK, BEG 115,  black 'face' label
Go West (Crazy Spinning Circles), 7", UK, BEG 115, UK, BB label, matrix A2/B2
Go West (Crazy Spinning Circles), 7", UK, BEG 115, UK, white label promo
Go West (Crazy Spinning Circles), 7", UK, BEG 115, poster bag (6-panel foldout poster)
Go West, 7", FRA, 1012 DISC´AZ, different sleeve, b/ Dreamtime

Go West (Crazy Spinning Circles), 12", BEG 115T, UK, black 'face' label
Go West (Crazy Spinning Circles), 12", BEG 115T, UK, BB label, matrix BEG115T A2/B2
BB/CODA/SIT2 promo sampler jul/aug 1984, TAPE, BBCC2, UK, contains the first unreleased Go West version