"Red Sleeping Beauty" was the second single by McCarthy released in October 1986.
|"Red Sleeping Beauty"|
|Single by McCarthy|
|Songwriter(s)||Malcolm Eden, Tim Gane|
|McCarthy singles chronology|
The B-sides were "From the Damned", "God the Father" and "For the Fat Lady". The latter two were only available on the 12" vinyl release.
The single is not on any of the band's three studio albums. It can be found on the releases A La Guillotine and That's All Very Well But.... The song is believed to have been written as a protest to the Margaret Thatcher government.