Break Every Rule is a pop song and the title track of the album Break Every Rule, released as the fifth single to promote the album and the Break Every Rule Tour. Live versions are available on the album Live In Europe from 1988 and the Rio ’88 home video. Tina promoted the song also on the „Wogan“ tv show on June 10, 1987 in England. Some releases feature a previously unreleased slightly longer version of the song „Take Me To The River“ and the picture shape single includes an edited version of the song Girl’s, which was also a single in some European countries.
Writer: Rupert Hine, Jeannette Obstoj
Producer: Rupert Hine
Release: April 1987 (Europe) / May 1987 (USA)
Label: Capitol / EMI
Format: 7“ Vinyl (picture shape) / 12“ Vinyl
Charts: Germany: #38 / UK: #43 / Europe: #44 / USA: #74 / Australia: #60
Album: Break Every Rule
May 09, 1987
Turner’s new single is the title track from her big-selling LP, „Break Every Rule“. It is a moody, melodic pop song that captures all of the singer's sultry charm. Techno Wiz Hine gives it the production sheen that ultimately wins the day.