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Open Letter (To a Landlord)

"Open Letter (To a Landlord)"
Vivid
Released 1989
Format CD, Vinyl
Recorded 1987 - 1988
Genre Funk metal, heavy metal, hard rock
Length 5:30
Label Epic
Writer(s) Vernon Reid, Tracie Morris
Producer Ed Stasium
Living Colour singles chronology

"Middle Man"
(1988)
"Open Letter (To a Landlord)"
(1989)
"Glamour Boys"
(1989)

Vivid track listing
"Desperate People"
(Track 4)
"Open Letter (To a Landlord)"
(Track 5)
"Funny Vibe"
(Track 6)

"Open Letter (To a Landlord)" is the third single released by Living Colour. It is from their 1988 debut album Vivid. The song reached #82 on the Billboard Hot 100.[1]

Track listings

7" single
  1. "Open Letter (To a Landlord)" — 5:30
  2. "Cult of Personality" (Live) — 5:06
12" single
  1. "Open Letter (To a Landlord)" — 5:30
  2. "Cult of Personality" (Live) — 5:06
  3. "Talkin' 'Bout a Revolution" (Tracy Chapman song) — 4:29

Charts

Chart Peak
U.S. Mainstream Rock 11 [2]
RIANZ Singles Chart 11 [3]
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 82 [4]

References

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