Anaconda (The Sisters of Mercy song)
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|Single by the Sisters of Mercy|
|Songwriter(s)||Andrew Eldritch, Gary Marx|
"Anaconda" is a single by the Sisters of Mercy, released in March 1983. It was produced by frontman Andrew Eldritch. The single reached No. 3 on the UK Indie Chart and was named Single of the Week by several UK music magazines. It was later included on the Some Girls Wander by Mistake collection.
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- Dave Thompson The dark reign of gothic rock: in the reptile house with the Sisters of Mercy, Bauhaus and The Cure 190092448X 2002 Page 140.
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