Giving title to two separate collections in as many years, 1984’s Dekadance was originally released as a cassette compilation only in Australia. The seminal compendium of extended and re-mixed tracks from The Swing album sees its first ever official vinyl release to celebrate the album’s 35th Anniversary. Dekadance features six extended and re-mixed versions of songs from The Swing album. These six songs are Original Sin, I Send a Message and Burn For You – all Nick Launay re-mixed versions and all released as twelve inch singles previously. Dancing on the Jetty, which is the re-mixed version released as the albums fourth single. Then there’s two rare extended / re-mixed versions of Love is (What I Say) and Melting in the Sun. As a bonus to all this, there is a seventh song included on the LP. The cover of the Nancy Sinatra / Lee Hazlewood duet Jackson – performed by the band together with QED’s Jenny Morris duetting with Michael Hutchence on vocals. All of these lovely goodies are cut to a heavyweight 180-gram vinyl LP, featuring artwork replicated from the ultra-rare 12″ Dekadance promo gifted to Australian Radio stations in 1984.