What God Wants, Part I (Video Edit \ Album Version) - 7" Single - Holland
'What God Wants, Part I' is a song taken from Roger Waters' album 'Amused To Death', released in 1992. The song is the first part of 3 songs that have the same title (Parts 1 to 3), but the only one to be released as a single. This part in particular deals with the contradictory, duality and hypocrisy perceived by Waters in dogmatic religion and its power over man. This release was made in Holland and has the song on both sides: Side A is the video edit and side B is the album version. Front cover has a photo of a Gorilla standing on a TV with the title and Waters' name. Back cover has a photo of another monkey watching the TV and credits for the songs.
Label: Red Columbia label with a small spindle hole. Other issues with the catalog number 658139 0, comes with a large spindle hole.
Cat. Number: 658139 0
Trivia: Did you know? This song has the same bass line as 'Another Brick In The Wall'.
Information taken from The Pink Floyd Archives Discography and Wikipedia.