All You Need Is Love (The JAMs Song) - Formats and Track Listings

Formats and Track Listings

"All You Need Is Love" was originally released in the UK as a limited edition one-side promotional 12" on 9 March 1987. The UK re-release of 18 May 1987 consisted of a 7" and a 12" that were also limited editions, along with a widely-available 12". The re-release included the tracks "Ivum Naya (Ibo Version)" (a version of "All You Need Is Love" with Chike on lead vocals), and "Rap, Rhyme and Scratch Yourself" (an instrumental version of the song, "a stripped down beatbox track for anybody to feel free to do what they want with" according to King Boy D). The 7" A-side was "All You Need Is Love (Me Ru Con Mix)", a Vietnamese song originally titled "Ca Dao Mẹ", written by Trinh Cong Son as sung by Duy Khiem, in which The JAMs " remixing as far as we could". "Me Ru Con" featured on The JAMs' 1987 (What the Fuck Is Going On?). The formats and track listings of "All You Need Is Love" are tabulated below:

Format (and countries) Track number
1 2 3
One-sided 12" white-label promo (UK) (limited edition of 500) O
7" single (UK) (limited edition of 1000) M I
12" single (UK) (limited edition of 5000 in picture sleeve) A I R
12" single (UK) (without picture sleeve) A I R


  • O – "All You Need Is Love" (original mix) (5:02)
  • A – "All You Need Is Love (106 bpm)" (4:56)
  • M – "All You Need Is Love (Me Ru Con Mix)" (2:22)
  • I – "Ivum Naya (Ibo Version)" (3:39)
  • R – "Rap, Rhyme and Scratch Yourself" (4:46)

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