Kiss Me Again  

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"Ray Caviano commissioned a remix, and Mike Rosenblatt loved the record, but in the end Ray never really pushed it. I played it reel-toreel, and it ended up selling some ungodly amount, like two hundred thousand."--Nicky Siano cited in Love Saves the Day (2004) by Tim Lawrence

""Kiss Me Again"'s main hook was interpolated by Desmond Child (who was acquainted with Russell via Larry Salzman) on his minor 1979 hit "Our Love Is Insane," leading Arthur Russell to accuse the musician of copyright infringement."--Sholem Stein

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"Kiss Me Again" (1978) is a musical composition by Dinosaur first released on a twelve-inch single and seven-inch single. The recording is a collaboration between Nicky Siano and Arthur Russell in a session featuring Talking Heads member David Byrne, Fluxus artist Henry Flynt, bass player Wilbur Bascomb, drummer Allan Schwartzberg, vocalist Myriam Valle and the Ingram Brothers.

It was the first 12-inch disco single on Sire Records. The A-side is a mix by Jimmy Simpson. The composition can be found on the music compilation Disco Not Disco, an overview of early 1980s atypical dance music.

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