February 19, 1983: Whispers, Wish, Jimmy Young, Chocolate Milk, Maxine Singleton

ODDS ‘N’ BODS

AMAZINGLY, ARIOLA in Britain passed on Forrest, letting CBS snap it up for rush release . . . PRT should consider editing all the phonetic countdown from Disco Connection ‘Rock Your Baby‘ and re-pushing it alongside the very similar ‘Rock The Boat’ . . . JFM and London’s other soul pirate stations are in their way delighted that they have one less legitimate rival on the air now that Greg Edwards has quit Capital (to be replaced by Al Matthews), though Robbie Vincent is less than happy about the way in which his Saturday lunchtime Radio London soul show is now thus shouldering alone the responsibility of previewing the weekend’s hot new tunes . . . I jocked at last Thursday’s British Record Industry Awards bash (never underestimate the hipness of record biz people — they finally got going to Eddy Grant, ‘Fame’ and all the wally wedding faves!), where Michael Jackson drew screams when accepting on behalf of Barbra Streisand, and Kim Wilde was charmingly tongue-tied (she later confessed to me a liking for Marvin Gaye while we were chatting) . . . Mayfair’s Gullivers downstairs every Friday is now Dr Soul’s Passion Pit — I’m playing wall to wall soul smoochers and mellow oldies, from Dinah Washington & Nat ‘King’ Cole to Major Harris & Barry White! . . . Morgan Khan’s renewed independent ambitions (details when the ink has dried!) have put back the zing in his thing and got his strut out the rut — yeah, ya gotta have panache to talk that trash! . . . Pete Stringfellow plans for his new venue at the old Talk Of The Town to feature a sort of electronic age update of the star-studded package tour stage show idea, plus spectacular lighting — to reveal more would only give other less visionary (and rich) club owners ideas . . . Nic Wakefield (Sidmouth Carina’s) now has a 20 minute spot playing import newies and a quick mix on Tom Arnold’s Devonair soul show, every Saturday 6-8pm 450/314m MW . . . Chris Dinnis (Exeter Boxes) reckons John Critchinson titled ‘La Pigalle’ after a Torquay club where he used to play . . . Paul Clark (Brighton Busbys) says apparently he was the first person at Holborn’s City Sounds record shop to buy Billy Griffin’s LP, on 6th June 1982 . . . Chris Hill & Colin Hudd kick off a series of special weekly events at Dartford Flicks this Friday with Fred Dove’s WEA video party . . . America’s snow storms stopped shipment of some expected imports last week, and delayed Luther Vandross’s flight to London by a day . . . Evelyn King, not only a ‘Coronation Street’ fan, seems healthily sexy! . . . DUB TIME!


HOT VINYL

WHISPERS: ‘Tonight’ (US Solar 0-67930).
Well worth the wait, a dynamite Jerry Knight-penned thrummingly resonant bass synth burbled see-sawing 114bpm 12in lurcher with very much a Kashif style of vocal melody (although identifiably still sung by the Whispers), an immediate monster floor filler!

WISH: ‘Mr. D.J.’ (US Blue 10013).
Not as gimmicky as Indeep but with similar hit prospects, the chix ‘n’ chaps sung sinuous 109-108-109bpm 12in thudder’s vocal side has that old ‘Ladies Night’ bass line behind a plea to play a song again (“I don’t remember what the name of it is”): however, good though that is, the absolute hard core killer is the 109bpm instrumental flip with great sax and a more exciting arrangement (likely to work well out of Mahogany).

JIMMY YOUNG: ‘Times Are Tight’ (US Delirium DM 922).
No, not Radio 2’s crooning DJ! The American Mr Young’s “hard times” vocal is perfectly acceptable but it’s the 120bpm 12in instrumental flip that’s the sizzler, a terrific solidly trucking jittery flowing groove along similar lines to some of the old classics of the “jazz-funk” era, designed to worm its way into your brain and make you work, baby, work!

CHOCOLATE MILK: ‘Who’s Getting It Now’ (US RCA PD-13448).
Remixed from their recent routine funk LP and now a real burner, this sparse jiggly strutting 120bpm 12in smacker starts with great disjointed dub effects before hitting a bass accented easy stride that’s hot on the floor (instrumental and acappella on flip).

MAXINE SINGLETON: ‘You Can’t Run From Love’ (Creole CR 1250).
Now out here, the ‘Club Mix’ side of this expertly crafted jiggly chugging catchy 120bpm 12in disco smacker starts usefully for mixers with the same beat and vocoder sound as on Tyrone (Tystick) Brunson’s vocal, the ‘Extended Mix‘ flip having a much less hard ‘n’ sharp rhythm track.

FEEL: ‘I’d Like To’ (Buddah BDSL 499).
Although the chick-sung vocal A-side of this Players Association produced 110bpm 12in is OK, the side to use (especially synched out of Indeep!) is the excellent electrophonically burbling instrumental flip, which still has the ridiculously catchy simple “ooh, I’d like to, baby” chorus but in a far punchier setting. This has been huge for me for ages.

JAZZY DEE: ‘Get On Up’ (Laurie LRST 101, via RCA).
Even as I was writing last week this was already steaming off the RCA presses here. Like the Jimmy Young newie it’s a “jazz-funk” type monotonous 117bpm 12in jiggly groove with chanting chix and a title emphasising chap (Jazzy Dee) who ends up by rapping (instrumental flip), not for pop crowds but big with real dancers.

GWEN McCRAE: ‘Doin’ It’ (Atlantic A 9901T).
Her other Willie Hutch-penned/Webster Lewis-produced goodie, a throatily souled wailing and grunting steadily lurching insidious 107bpm 12in slow deliberate chugger, flipped by the nice jogging 98-100bpm ‘Hey World‘. As we’ve known for years, this gal can sing!

THE WORLD’S FAMOUS SUPREME TEAM SHOW: ‘Do You Like Scratching?’ (Charisma MALC 212).
An incredible tour de force of scratching, incorporating bits from their New York radio show, brilliant but almost too abruptly freaky to use, and ruined dancefloorwise by a sudden switch from its 117bpm disco beat to Malcolm McLaren doing another of his barn dances (both of his A-side tracks are strictly pop).

GRACE JONES: ‘Cry Now, Laugh Later’ (US Island 0-99916).
Very precise starkly smacking somewhat cold 117-119-120bpm 12in remix of her angular depressing ditty, the flip housing fierce dubs of both this and the 101-102-101bpm ‘Nipple To The Bottle’.

VISUAL: ‘The Music Got Me’ (US Prelude PRL D 650).
Husky chap-sung snickety cymbal backed spacious 0-117½bpm 12in roller copping a lot from “D” Train but with some nice stereo vocal group work of its own (instrumental flip).

EARTH WIND & FIRE: ‘Spread Your Love’ (LP ‘Powerlight’ CBS 25120).
Fairly ho-hum in the main, best being this Al Hudson-ish 0-113bpm jiggler with intricate harmonies, vocoder and even some steel drums, these latter also cropping up on the pleasant down-tempo 0-103-104bpm ‘Side By Side‘, which at times is almost Bee Gee-ish.

REGGIE GRIFFIN & TECHNOFUNK: ‘Mirda Rock’ (Sugarhill SHL 121).
Robotic vocoder introed 126bpm 12in electro snicker with butch “murder rock” human voice amidst the gimmicky effects and stun gun zaps, to my mind one of the best Soul Sonic Patrol orbiters and silly enough to be fun on its own.

CHAKA KHAN: ‘Best In The West’ (Warner Bros W 9753T).
Gunshots and “yi ha!” fiddle start a nice enough chunkily thudding 108bpm 12in swaying lurcher, melodically similar to much else currently about, the 2-track flip having her far more interesting if somewhat cerebral 114-116bpm ‘Be Bop Medley‘ of jazz classics.

CELENA DUNCAN: ‘I Want Your Love Back (Scratch Mix)’ (RCA RCAT 307).
Culture Club producer Steve Levine has obviously studied at the Sharon Redd School of D-I-Y Disco and jotted off this 117½bpm 12in effort for prep. Very stark, and done strictly by numbers (instrumental & edit flip).

KLYMAXX: ‘The Man In My Life’ (Solar E 9910T).
Fred Dove & Froggy remixed this girlie group’s “Evelyn Jackson”-ish 116bpm jolter which still lurches along in fairly tedious style (the song’s fault not theirs), on 3-track 12in with a Froggy-mixed dub and the slow 100bpm heavy funk chattering semi-rap ‘Heartbreaker (I’m Such A Mess)‘, which always was my fave off their album but here needs a volume boost.

B.T. EXPRESS: ‘This Must Be The Night’ (Record Shack SOHOT 3, via IDS).
Froggy also remixed this episodic 124(start)-122-124-122-123-124bpm 12in thudder, the original of which I don’t remember yet cannot imagine warranted this attention, the vocal work when left to itself being quite soulful in a revivalist sort of way (instrumental flip). It would be good to hear what Froggy can do with better material, in his Radio 1 megamix style.

SUGARHILL GANG : ‘The Word Is Out’ (US Sugarhill SH 597).
Retaliatory “we’re back and haven’t lost our touch”-type rapper with herky-jerky vocal interplay and jolting 112bpm 12in beat, in the old braggadocio rather than hipper new socially relevant style (instrumental flip).

KAY WEST: ‘Wanna Groove’ (Italian Cat 1983-CAT 2004).
Italian recorded and likely to be missed by many (OK, the phonetic vocals could be better!), this rumbling 107bpm 12in semi-rapper could work well with Yarbrough & Peoples ‘Don’t Stop The Music’ or, especially, the even more similar Kajagoogoo.

STEVE SHELTO: ‘Don’t You Give Your Love Away’ (US SAM S-12356).
Shep Pettibone-mixed but less than gripping 117-118-117-120-119-121-124 (“don’t worry baby”)-120bpm 12in chunderer with chix-backed chap moaning away over a spurting rhythm track that lacks positive direction (instrumental & edit flip).

HERBIE MANN: ‘Theme From Tootsie (An Actor’s Life)’ (US Atlantic 0-8987-8).
Pleasant mellow shuffling c.112bpm 12in instrumental tootler from a new Dustin Hoffman movie. Laid back and best for jazz crowds.

CHERI LEWIS: ‘I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself’ (Creole CR 1245).
Muddily produced dated zingily pounding 123-122bpm 12in revival of Dusty Springfield’s oldie, by Linda Lewis’s kid sister.

COMMODORES: ‘Reach High’ (Motown TMGT 1292).
Appallingly awful 85bpm 12in mess. Considering they pioneered electrophonic phunk with ‘Machine Gun‘ back in ’74, they’d be better off going back to their roots.

SIMON & McQUEEN: ‘Let’s Get Into It’ (US RCA PD-13440).
Bass squidged sparse violent c.119bpm 12in jolter with breathy guy ‘n’ gal slightly shrilly slotting into the beat.

TYRONE (TYSTICK) BRUNSON: ‘Sticky Situation’ (US Believe In A Dream 4Z9 03512).
The newly dubbed “Tystick” actually flexes his vocal chords and sings his self-penned simple electrophonically burbling 118½bpm 12in A-side, but most jocks will probably start by flipping for the instrumental version which while not as distinctively individual or as strong as ‘The Smurf’ is a doddle to mix with it.


DISCO TOP 85 – FEBRUARY 19, 1983

01 01 Last Night A D.J. Saved My Life – Indeep – Sound Of New York 12”
02 02 Billie Jean (Remix) – Michael Jackson – Epic 12”
03 03 Outstanding – Gap Band – Total Experience 12”
04 19 You Can’t Hide Your Love – David Joseph – Island 12”
05 07 Joy / Instrumental – Band A.K.A. II – US Bouvier 12”
06 13 Phone Home – Jonny Chingas – CBS 12”
07 10 Rock The Boat – Forrest – US Profile/German Ariola 12”
08 08 Ride On The Rhythm – Mahogany – West End 12”
09 04 Hold Me Tighter In The Rain – Billy Griffin – CBS 12”
10 16 Hip Hop Be Bop (Don’t Stop) – Man Parrish – US Importe/12 12”
11 12 Nature Boy (Remix) / (Original ’83 Mix) – Central Line – Mercury 12”
12 05 Groovin’ (That’s What We’re Doin’) – The S.O.S. Band – Tabu 12”
13 11 Reach Up / Dub Mix – Toney Lee – TMT 12”
14 27 Garden Party / Funk Suite No.1 – Mezzoforte – Steinar 12”
15 14 Gimme The Funk – Charades – US Brunswick 12”
16 09 Be Mine Tonight / What Have You Got To Lose – Jammers – Salsoul 12”
17 15 Thriller / Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’ / Baby Be Mine / The Lady In My Life – Michael Jackson – Epic LP
18 20 Up On The Hill (Mt. U) – Trammps – US Venture 12”
19 17 Haven’t Been Funked Enough – Ex Tras – ExcellenT 12”
20 18 Mind Up Tonight (Remix) – Melba Moore – Capitol 12”
21 22 1999 / D.M.S.R. – Prince – Warner Bros 12”
22 06 The Harder They Come – Rockers Revenge – London 12”
23 24 I’m Down For That / Fire / She’s Got To Be (A Dancer) / Nothing Can Hold Us Back – Jerry Knight – US A&M LP
24 23 Get On Up / Instrumental – Jazzy Dee – Laurie 12”
25 34 You Can’t Run From Love – Maxine Singleton – US Connection 12”
26 21 Let’s Stay Together – Bobby M/Jean Carn – Gordy 12”
27 50 Wired For Games – C-Brand – US Spring 12”
28 33 Is This A Dream / Love You Too Much / Ain’t Nothing Like The Real Thing – Angela Bofill – US Arista LP
29 51 I Just Gotta Have You (Lover Turn Me On) – Kashif – US Arista 12”
30 61 Never Too Much (Remix) – Luther Vandross – Epic 12”
31 25 Heavy Vibes / Club Mix – Montana Sextet – Virgin 12”
32 32 Do It Anyway You Wanna – Cashmere – US Philly World 12”
33 31 Fall In Love With Me – Earth Wind & Fire – CBS 12”
34 49 I Am Somebody – Glenn Jones – US RCA 12”
35 28 The Jungle Stomp / Fool For Love – Prince Charles – US MJS 12”
36 39 The Chinese Way (Remix) – Level 42 – Polydor 12”
37 30 Ashewo Ara / Voltan Dance – Kabbala – Red Flame 12”
38 41 Feelin’ Hot (Instrumental) / (Vocal) – Futura – Graffiti 12”
39 60 Get Loose / I’m In Love – Evelyn King – RCA 12”
40 26 E.T. Boogie – Extra T’s – US Sunnyview 12”
41 NE You And I / Do Something / Does Anybody Know Where The Party Is? – Goodie – Total Experience 12”
42 29 The Smurf – Tyrone Brunson – Epic 12”
43 35 The Preacher / Asphalt Gardens – George Howard – US Palo Alto Jazz LP
44 67 50/50 Love / Seventh Heaven / How Long – Maurice Massiah – Canadian Quality RFC LP
45 85 Weekend (Weekday Side) – Class Action – Sleeping Bag 12”
46 45 Ms Fine Brown Frame – Syl Johnson – Epic 12”
47 52 Very Special Part – Jermaine Jackson – Motown 12”
48 46 Electric Avenue – Eddy Grant – Ice 12”
49 62 All I Need Is You – Starshine – US Prelude 12”
50 84 I’ll Be Around – Detroit Spinners – Atlantic 12”
51 72 Ooh I Love It (Love Break Version) – Salsoul Orchestra – US Salsoul 12”
52 42 Such A Feeling – Aurra – US Salsoul 12”
53 40 Hangin’ / Dance Dance Dance – Chic – Atlantic 12”
54 54 Dancin’ All Night – Master Jam – Proto 12”
55 77 Looking For The Perfect Beat – Soulsonlc Force – 21 Records 12”
56 47 Atomic Dog (Remix) / Man’s Best Friend – George Clinton – Capitol 12”
57 53 Life Is Something Special – New York Citi Peech Boys – Island 12”
58 NE Tonight – Whispers – US Solar 12”
59 63 You Are In My System – The System – US Mirage 12”
60 59 Wham Rap! (Enjoy What You Do) – Wham – Inner Vision 12”
61 82 Be Mine Tonight (Remix) / (Instrumental) – Jammers – US Salsoul 12”
62 65 Whatever Happened To The Love / Midnight Lady – Boy Katindig – US PAUSA LP
63 74 I Like It Like That (Remix) – Inner Life – US Salsoul 12”
64 64 Heartbeats – Yarbrough & Peoples – Total Experience 12”
65 NE Come With Me / Lost In Amazonia – Tania Maria – US Concord Jazz Picante LP
66 NE You Are – Lionel Richie – Motown 12”
67 83 Too Tough – Angela Bofill – Arista 12”
68 58 Spaced Out / Party Mix – Pure Energy – US Prism 12”
69 36 Let’s Do It – Kadenza – PRT 12”
70 55 Message II (Survival) – Melle Mel & Duke Bootee – Sugarhill 12”
71 70 Every Little Bit Hurts / Back It Up – Ellis Hall Jr. – US HCRC 12”
72 56 Put It In A Magazine / Can’t Get Enough – Sonny Charles – US HighRise LP
73 48 Love Is A Game – Harry Ray – US Sugarhill LP
74 57 The Challenge – Dr Jeckyll & Mr Hyde – US Profile 12”
75 NE Sticky Situation (Instrumental) – Tyrone (Tystick) Brunson – US Believe In A Dream 12”
76 80 You Can Do It – Vaughan Mason/Butch Dayo – US Salsoul 12”
77 NE I Want Your Love Back (Scratch Mix) – Celena Duncan – RCA 12”
78 NE Sugar Pie Guy (Remixes) – The Joneses – US Mercury 12”
79 79 Nasty Girl – Vanity 6 – Warner Bros LP
80 68 I’d Like To (Instrumental) – Feel – Buddah Sutra 12”
81 69 (I Can Do It … You Can Do It) Letzmurph Acrossdasurf – Micronawts – US Tuff City 12”
82 76 One More Shot / One More Time – C-Bank – Bronze Next Plateau 12”
83 NE Touching In The Dark – Walter Jackson – US Kelli-Arts 7”
84 75 Baby Come To Me – Patti Austin & James Ingram – Qwest 12”
85 RE Changes (Remix) – Imagination – US MCA 12”


BREAKERS

BUBBLING UNDER the Disco 85 are:

Jimmy Young: ‘Times Are Tight (Instrumental)’ (US Delirium 12in)
Funkacise Gang: ‘Funkacise’ (US GRP 12in)
Peabo Bryson: ‘Go For It’ (US Capitol 12in)
Edwin Starr: ‘I Wanna Take You Home’ (Avatar 12in)
The Biz: ‘Falling’ / ‘Dub Mix’ (Midas 12in)
Instant Funk: ‘No Stoppin’ That Rockin’ (US Salsoul 12in)
Midnite: ‘Paradise Drive’ (Tivoli 12in)
Wish: ‘Mr D.J.’ / Instrumental (US Blue 12in)
Galaxy-TU Orchestra: ‘Always & Forever’ (US Moonglow 12in)
Extra T’s: ‘I Like It (Corn Flakes)’ (US Sunnyview 12in)
Set The Tone: ‘Let Loose’ / ‘Dance Sucker’ (Island 12in)
Chocolate Milk: ‘Who’s Getting It Now’ (US RCA 12in)
Aural Exciters: ‘Chinese Rap’ (US Top Flight 12in)
Mike Campbell: ‘And It All Goes Round And Round’ (US Palo Alto Jazz LP)
Howard Johnson: ‘Say You Wanna’ (Funk A&Merica 12in)
Richard Jon Smith: ‘Baby’s Got Another’ (Dub) / (Extended) (US Jive 12in)
McFadden & Whitehead: ‘Tired Of Your Lies’ / ‘The Best Of Me’ (US Capitol LP)
Tavares: ‘Got To Find My Way Back To You’ (US RCA 12in)
The System: ‘Sweat’ / ‘Stand Up And Cheer’ (US Mirage LP)
Yasuko Agawa: ‘New York Afternoon’ (Japanese Invitation LP)


NIGHTCLUB CHART

01 02 Last Night A D.J. Saved My Life – Indeep – Sound Of New York 12”
02 04 Billie Jean – Michael Jackson – Epic 12”
03 12 Wham Rap! (Enjoy What You Do) – Wham – Inner Vision 12”
04 14 Too Shy – Kajagoogoo – EMI 12”
05 01 Buffalo Gals – Malcolm McLaren – Charisma 12”
06 03 Hold Me Tighter In The Rain – Billy Griffin – CBS 12”
07 10 Mind Up Tonight – Melba Moore – Capitol 12”
08 15 The Harder They Come – Rockers Revenge – London/Streetwise 12”
09 05 Electric Avenue – Eddy Grant – Ice 12”
10 06 Down Under – Men At Work – Epic 12”
11 25 Love On Your Side (Rap Boy Rap) – Thompson Twins – Arista 12”
12 27 Communication – Spandau Ballet – Reformation 12”
13 — Change – Tears For Fears – Mercury 12”
14 30 Hey Little Girl – Icehouse – Chrysalis 12”
15 13 Steppin’ Out – Joe Jackson – A&M 12”
16 07 Magic’s Wand – Whodini – Jive 12”
17 19 E.T. Boogie – Extra T’s – US Sunnyview 12”
18 21 The Chinese Way – Level 42 – Polydor 12”
19 08 Young Guns (Go For It) – Wham – Inner Vision 12”
20 22 Nature Boy – Central Line – Mercury 12”
21 28 1999 – Prince – Warner Bros 12”
22 18 In The Name Of Love – Sharon Redd – Prelude 12”
23 17 The Smurf – Tyrone Brunson – Epic 12”
24 16 Heavy Vibes – Montana Sextet – Virgin 12”
25 09 You Can’t Hurry Love – Phil Collins – Virgin 12”
26 29 Sign Of The Times (Stretch) – Belle Stars – Stiff 12”
27 26 Gloria – Laura Branigan – Atlantic 12”
28 34 Reach Up – Toney Lee – TMT 12”
29 38 Outstanding – Gap Band – Total Experience 12”
30 — Rock The Boat – Forrest – CBS 12”
31 — You Can’t Hide Your Love – David Joseph – Island 12”
32 20 Be Mine Tonight – Jammers – Salsoul 12”
33 35 Groovin’ (That’s What We’re Doin’) – S.O.S. Band – Tabu 12”
34 — Ride On The Rhythm – Mahogany – West End 12”
35 24 In And Out – Willie Hutch – Motown 12”
36 — Waves – Blancmange – London 12”
37 39 Thriller – Michael Jackson – Epic LP
38 37 Let’s Stay Together – Bobby M featuring Jean Carn – Gordy 12”
39 40 Fall In Love With Me – Earth Wind & Fire – CBS 12”
40 11 Friends – Shalamar – Solar 12”


BOYS TOWN CHART

01 02 Fantasy (Re-Remix) / (Remix) / (Original) – Hotline – Canadian Unidisc 12” / Italian Il Disc 12”
02 01 Rock The Boat – Forrest – US Profile/German Ariola 12”
03 03 Don’t Stop – Sylvester – US Megatone 12”
04 06 Last Night A D.J. Saved My Life – Indeep – Sound Of New York 12”
05 05 She Has A Way – Bobby “O” – US “O” 12”
06 09 You Are A Danger – Gary Low – Canadian Quality 12”
07 12 Billie Jean (Remix) – Michael Jackson – Epic 12”
08 07 Takin’ It Straight / Dub Mix – Cori Josias – Metropolis/Carrere 12”
09 11 Got You Where I Want You Babe – Stereo Fun Inc. – US Moby Dick/Dutch Rams Horn 12”
10 04 Shoot Your Shot – Divine – Canadian Black Sun 12”
11 13 Be With You (Remix) – Sylvester – German Ariola 12”
12 10 In The Name Of Love (Remix) – Sharon Redd – Canadian Prelude 12”
13 08 It’s Raining Men – Weather Girls – CBS 12”
14 — Everybody (Remix) – Madonna – Sire 12”
15 14 Heartbeats – Yarbrough & Peoples – Total Experience 12”
16 — Never Seen Anything Like You – Bobby Nunn – Motown 12” promo
17 — Come On Back To Mama – Wardell Piper – US SAM 12”
18 15 Keep On Talking – Carrie LaPorte – US First American 12”
19 17 Thunder & Lightning – Risque – Dutch Polydor 12”
20 16 He’s A Pretender – High Inergy – US Motown 12” promo
21 — The Night – Azul Y Negro – Italian Mercury 12”
22 26 Weekend (Weekend Side) – Class Action – US Sleeping Bag 12”
23 — Shotgun – Paul Sabu – US Arial 12”
24 22 Wake Dream (Remix) – Lime – Canadian Matra 12”
25 — X-Rated (Remix) – Carol Jiani – Dutch High Fashion 12”
26 25 Don’t Stop – Motion – Canadian Tojo 12”
27 — Night Mover – Rainie Brown – Canadian Matra 12“
28 — Red Light Lover – Gwen Jonae – US Arial 12”
29 21 I’m Gonna Get Your Love (Remix) – Jade – US Disconet 12”
30 28 Let Loose / Dance Sucker – Set The Tone – Island 12”

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