November 8, 1986: Curtis Hairston, James (D-Train) Williams, Loose Ends, Tella & Collins, Cultural Vibe

ODDS ‘N’ BODS

NUMBER 85 was a pathetic national chart entry for Disco Aid ‘Give Give Give’, but this week should hopefully see a big improvement — it does rather undermine “the purchasing power of disco DJs”, though … London have picked up Younger Generation ‘We Rap More Mellow‘ for a remix that’ll add a much needed break … TC Curtis ‘Slave Of Love’ is now selling fast in its new go go-ish (0-) 101½bpm Go For Broke Mix (Hot Melt 14TC007) … Gwen Guthrie’s follow-up will indeed be ‘Outside In The Rain’, maybe by February! … Yasuko Agawa and other of the label’s current product should be credited to Bluebird Records alone, without 10 Records now … Eon Irving (Chelsea) points out that the rapidly UK-issued Vesta Williams ‘Vesta’ (A&M AMA 5118) LP’s standout 86½bpm song ‘You Make Me Want To (Love Again)‘ was also the standout 0-86-0bpm song ‘You Make Me Wanna Love Again‘ on the recent Con Funk Shun LP (whoops, but I found the latter album otherwise so average that I didn’t keep it!) … Gap Band have a dynamite soulfully building newie that so far has been scarce on import (check the chart in case it was about by the weekend) … London’s WBLS 88.5FM launches at the Limelight this Thursday (6) with no fewer than 10 Technics decks being scratched at once, and DJs including Tim Westwood, Jay Strongman, Derek Boland, Gaz, Jazzy B … Saturday (8) Paul Hardcastle sits in instead of Dave Gregory on Essex Radio’s soul show, and Radio Rushy Siding’s Noel St. John marries lovely Kim …Roger Tovell’s Friday 6pm Severn Sound soul show has been reduced by the 7pm arrival of Mike Allen’s syndicated hip hop hour, so now instead Roger’s including more imports and newies in the final 6-7pm part of his normal weekday drivetime slot … Mike Allen is in fact playing Kool Moe Dee ‘Go See The Doctor‘ on radio but with the dodgy bits edited in backwards! …Crossover Records are releasing Kool Moe Dee, and Calvin, while Serious Records are launching a new hip hop compilation LP series called ‘Serious Beats‘, each of the single LP sides’ four tracks also being megamixed … DJ Jazzy Jeff & Fresh Prince’s ‘Girls’ follow up, ‘Just One Of Those Days‘ (US Word-Up), is a surprisingly dull disappointment … DJs are suggesting the Real Thing need a real go go remix to happen properly … Trouble Funk’s Live-In-London LP ‘Say What!’ (4th + B’way DCLP 101) is being twin-packed with their current UK 12 inch, but not Chad Jackson’s Razor Mix version – Chad, incidentally, has also done a similar Cut-Up Mix for the same label’s Run-DMC oldie ‘King Of Rock’ … Jon Davis, second-placed 1986 UK Disco Mixing champ, is rightly peeved that his `Jungle Book’ mix has been copied and claimed as his own by UK winner Chad Jackson — as Jon says, some originate and others imitate! … James (D-Train) Williams’ ‘Misunderstanding’ is the first US Columbia 12 inch I can think of that’s at 45rpm, instead of the more convenient for mixing 33⅓rpm … The Time look like reforming for a new album next year, including Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis, Monte Moir, Jesse Johnson, while they’re currently to be seen backing Janet Jackson’s ‘Control’ video! … Mike Shaft joins Radio Sheffield’s soulful Holcott Foster at Huddersfield’s Video-Tech on Tuesdays, when DJs Dr Jam & Ian & Manfred solidly funk Bristol’s Silks, and Gary Crowley & Vaughn ‘Mix Butcher’ Toulouse mix Fun House Samba Funk with Tom Jones, Connie Francis and Frank Sinatra at Soho’s Wag Club … Thursday evenings Dave Pinney plays our Disco chart’s hottest hits at South Ockendon’s Prince Of Wales … Adrian Dunbar (0202-296253 day/685333 night) is looking for a Bournemouth/Southampton area venue for a weekly warehouse-type gig in which to feature funk/house/rap — any offers? … Lynton Elcocks (0793-827199), funking Swindon Pasha Fridays, wants other gigs within 40 miles … Franklin Sinclair (Manchester Richfields) reports his top request two weekends ago was far and away for Oran ‘Juice’ Jones, but he couldn’t play it as strangely the CBS-distributed US smash had still not reached local disco stores … Streetwave’s DJ mailing list doesn’t seem very up to date, judging from the undelivered “gone away” record packages returned by the Post Office not to the label but to rm, thanks to the enclosed exhortations for charts to be sent to our address! … Vince Lawrence’s claim to be Virgo may not in fact be as great as Marshall Jefferson’s! … DER RUMP DUMP DUM DUM DUMP DUM…


JEFF YOUNG, snapped here enjoying a joke with Chris Hill at Barry Island, joins serious soulster Bob Jones as headlining jocks at Sudbury Gainsborough Club’s latest 2pm-2am soul alldayer this Saturday (8).


HOT VINYL

CURTIS HAIRSTON ‘Chillin’ Out’ (US Atlantic 0-86759)
Easily hottest import of the past fortnight, this Timmy Regisford remixed jauntily jiggling 98½bpm soul roller is classy and catchy with a creamy piano and sax break, the title line acknowledging today’s hip hop culture although the go go-ish beat is more in the Jocelyn Brown bag (dub/inst/edit too), a sure smash.

JAMES (D-TRAIN) WILLIAMS ‘Misunderstanding’ (US Columbia 44-05967)
Smoothly though insistently worried by D-Train’s newly personalised singer, this Francois Kevorkian/Ron St. Germain/Hubert Eaves III-remixed album smash jiggles to an almost go go-ish chunkily swinging happy 102⅚bpm beat with jazzily breaking piano and Full Force-style bounce (inst/dub flip), real good!

LOOSE ENDS ‘Nights Of Pleasure’ (Virgin VSD 919-12)
Another white-labelled twin-pack containing different mixes, all of which hopefully will be commercially available this time, unlike the ‘Slow Down’ cock-up. Nick Martinelli’s is a typically ticking clear cool 103bpm swayer, while Dancin’ Danny D’s 105½bpm Remix and Dub are more mushily shuffling, a fast wriggly 120½bpm Steve Nichol & Macca remix of ‘Let’s Rock‘ completing the pack.

TELLA & COLLINS ‘When You’re Young’ (A.1. Records A1 12 294, via PRT)
Sylvia Tella and Cargo’s Dave Collins combine for a nicely nostalgic Marvin & Tammi-style (0-)116bpm old fashioned breezy duet (instrumental flip), getting more radio than disco play so far.

CULTURAL VIBE featuring Glen (Sweety ‘G’) Toby ‘Mind Games’ (US Easy Street EZS-7527)
The ‘Ma Foom Bey’ follow-up is a less exotic Tony Humphries-mixed Chicago-influenced bounding 118½bpm New York canterer with two vocal mixes, but it’s the better beefier scatted and vibed Dub Games that’s causing most stir at “house” parties!

BUNNY SIGLER ‘(You’ve Got The) Right Stuff)’ (US Star Island SIR-00123)
A knee trembler for true soul fans, the Philadelphia veteran’s superbly sung swaying (0-)86¼bpm easy rhythmic jogger has the feel of Keni Burke’s ‘Risin’ To The Top’ (could writer M. Wells be Mary?), it and the flip’s sadly less distinguished 121¼bpm ‘Never Let Them See You Sweat‘ both being in three versions.

FREDDIE JACKSON ‘Just Like The First Time’ LP (Capitol EST 2023)
Accurately titled good mainly slow soul set, with the sinuous 89⅔bpm ‘Have You Ever Loved Somebody’, swinging 111bpm ‘Jam Tonight‘, snappy 118⅔bpm ‘I Can’t Let You Go‘, smoochy 85⅓bpm ‘I Don’t Want To Lose Your Love’, 83½bpm ‘Still Waiting’, 80bpm ‘Tasty Love’, 44/88bpm ‘Look Around’, 35⅓bpm ‘Janay’, 0-38-76-0bpm title track.

JEFF LORBER featuring Karyn White ‘Facts Of Love’ (CLUB JABX 40)
Larry Levan’s 106¾bpm Actuality Mix and Reality Dub of this surprisingly Five Star-ish tightly tripping lightweight chugger are here joined on 12 inch by the (for some, preferable) 0- 106⅔bpm LP Version, as well as the George Howard saxed 73bpm comatose ‘Sand Castles‘. Significantly the first real chart action only followed its promo mailout. Now also on import LP is his `Private Passion’ (US Warner Bros. 1-25492), the uptempo vocals prod/penned by Evan Rogers & Carl Sturken with Karyn again Five Star-ish on the 106bpm ‘True Confessions‘, Michael Jeffries slightly Lutheran on the 0-115⅚bpm title track and well soulful on the jogging 97⅔bpm ‘Keep On Lovin’ Her‘, both nicely duetting the 79¼bpm ‘Back In Love‘. Instrumental jazz-fusion however are the superior buoyantly rolling 89⅚bpm ‘Midnight Snack‘, Larry Carlton guitared mildly jaunty 103⅓bpm ‘Jamaica‘, Freddie Hubbard flugeled doodling 95⅓bpm ‘Kristen‘. A bit too bitty.

BILLY OCEAN ‘Love Really Hurts Without You’ (Supreme Records SUPET 110)
His debut 1976 hit, rather in Chairman Of The Board style, remains a pop-aimed 132¾bpm galloper in this controversial remix (dub/edit flip), which pop jocks are indeed lapping up.

AL JARREAU ‘Tell Me What I Gotta Do’ (WEA U8523T)
John Luongo-remixed gently jiggling fairly typical semi-slow 91 bpm jogger produced by Nile Rodgers, with a dub mix and the old superior ‘Roof Garden‘ as flip.

COMPANY B ‘Jam On Me’ (Bluebird BRT 27)
The girls chanted wriggly jiggly nagging latin disco jitterer would here appear to have been re-edited to become (0-)113-112⅔-0bpm, with just ‘Dub On Me’ as flip. Moronically catchy, given a chance!

RUN-DMC You Be Illin’ (Remix)’ (US Profile PRO-7119)
Almost an updated Coasters, this mellow jauntily trotting 127¼bpm catchphrase rap has a moral and honking rock ‘n’ roll sax (inst too), flipped by the LP’s fiercely human beat boxed and scratched 0-97bpm ‘Hit It Run‘.

SPOONIE GEE ‘That’s My Style’ (US Tuff City TUF 128015)
Marly Marl completely scratches and cuts up this consequently jagged 96⅓bpm rap, and two less fractured ‘I’ll Serve You Right‘ versions, creating the backing beats too for the flip’s possibly even better strong go go hip hop 98bpm ‘Take It Off‘, worth checking.

MARIO REYES ‘What Ever Turns You On’ (US D.J. International Records DJ913)
Ralphi ‘Raz’ Rosario co-prod/penned percussively leaping 121¾bpm latin “house” with Neraida Pagan’s Eartha Kitt-ish muttering vocals interrupted by amusing dialogue and sound effects, Farley ‘Jackmaster’ Funk’s no nonsense 122bpm House Mix being the most direct of its four versions.

FINGERS INC. ‘A Path’ (US D.J. International Records DJ780)
Rather strange not at first very “house” like though possibly haunting, see-sawing 121¾bpm intensifying vocal rambler eventually with some of that ‘Mysteries Of Love/Set It Off’ cymbal schlurp (inst/beats too), Chip E’s of the two vocal mixes chugging with most immediacy.

BILLY GRIFFIN ‘Believe It Or Not’ (Atlantic A9374T)
Pulsing sinuous slow though ambiguous 60⅔/121⅓bpm sweet mellow soul swayer (inst/edit too), plus here the brassily wriggling 105bpm ‘E.S.P.‘, both very pleasant.

CLUB NOUVEAU ‘Jealousy’ (Warner Bros W8551T)
Very similar answer version to ‘Rumors’ by its actual producer Jay King and his own new group, with a bassier (0-)110bpm arrangement (inst too) and longer “vicious vocal” 110⅓bpm ‘Malicious Jealousy‘ flip.

MONDO KANE featuring Dee Lewis & Coral Gordon ‘An Everlasting Love In An Ever-Changing World (The Doop De Do Song) (A Foggy Day In London Town Mix)’ (Lisson Records DOLEQ 6, via PRT)
Blandly cooed friskily leaping 104bpm samba prod/penned by Stock/Aitken/Waterman and originally intended for release as a segued medley with ‘New York Afternoon’ had Georgie Fame not then added his vocal to that. Pretty if limp (inst/edit too), it should of course now fit with Fame’s ‘Samba’!

MILLIE JACKSON ‘An Imitation Of Love’ LP (Jive HIP 43)
Slick saleable set with nothing really to rival the 95bpm ‘Hot! Wild! Unrestricted! Crazy Love‘ on the floor, but for listeners there’s Prince’s 0-106⅔bpm ‘Wanna Be Your Lover’, the sleazy 86bpm ‘It’s A Thang‘, het-up (0-)74bpm ‘I Need To Be By Myself‘, tender 0-77/38½-0bpm ‘I Fell In Love’, burbling 111⅔bpm ‘Mind Over Matter’, swaying 81¼bpm ‘Love Is A Dangerous Game’, smoochy 36/78bpm title track.

RAPPERS’ CONVENTION ‘The Wiggle’ (US EMI America V-19219)
Randy Muller’s rapping proteges debut with a starkly starting Run-DMC-ish but then quite jauntily driving hard 91⅔-0bpm jiggler prodded by bubbly bass and “wiggly” vocal effects (in five mixes). In true dance craze style, the lyrics tell you how to do the new def step!

GO GO LORENZO and the DAVIS/PINCKNEY PROJECT ‘Say “No” To Drugs’ (US Studio Records STU-1111)
Even more orchestrated though far less striking than ‘You Can Dance (If You Want To)’, this 97bpm go go message song (edit/sparser inst too) will however be rare while it’s banned on import to give their established hit a chance here.

R. JUSTICE ALLEN ‘Crackin’ Up’ (Lisson Records DOLEQ 5, via PRT)
Now rapidly becoming just one of many anti-crack messages, this sparsely starting then almost James Brown-ish jittery 99⅔-0bpm rap funker (in four mixes) should still have street cred.

SPENDER JONES ‘Miss Friday’ (Rise Records RISE T3, via Pinnacle)
Competent though hardly very inspired Michael Jackson style 111⅔bpm jiggly thudder (inst flip).

SHA RENE ‘I’m Good For You’ (US Black Wall BW01)
Sharon Rene Summers’ self-prod/penned 113½bpm wriggly swayer is soulfully enunciated to a pleasant backing including subdued jazzy guitar picking, with two dubbier Dance Versions as flip, but doesn’t really stick in the mind.

KLARK KENT, ELLIOTTE NESS & THE WORD PROCESSOR ‘Gettin’ Busy’ (US New Image NIR 3333)
Deftly scratched and densely rapped 0-99⅓bpm Full Force/UTFO-style go go hip hop making all the right moves without maybe being innovatory enough, with a quite amusingly chatting 86⅔bpm ‘Girl On The Corner‘ flip.


UK DISCO TOP 100 – November 8, 1986

01 04 JACK THE GROOVE, Raze, Champion 12in
02 02 MIDAS TOUCH (REMIX), Midnight Star, Solar 12in
03 03 I’M CHILLIN’, Kurtis Blow, Club 12in
04 05 FALLING IN LOVE/ALTERNATIVE CLUB MIX, Sybil, Champion 12in
05 04 JACK YOUR BODY, Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley, US Underground 12in
06 16 SHOWING OUT, Mel & Kim, Supreme Records 12in
07 06 WORD UP/LES ADAMS CLUB MIX, Cameo, Club 12in
08 09 I CAN’T TURN AROUND, J.M. Silk, RCA 12in
09 08 (THEY LONG TO BE) CLOSE TO YOU (LARRY LEVAN REMIX)/SAVE YOUR LOVE FOR ME, Gwen Guthrie, Boiling Point 12in
10 13 THE RAIN (REMIX), Oran ‘Juice’ Jones, Def Jam 12in
11 12 SEE ME/I REALLY DIDN’T MEAN IT, Luther Vandross, Epic LP
12 07 SLOWDOWN (REMIXES), Loose Ends, Virgin 12in twin-pack/promo
13 11 GIRLS AIN’T NOTHING BUT TROUBLE, DJ Jazzy Jeff & Fresh Prince, Champion 12in
14 17 CANDY/BACK AND FORTH/SHE’S MINE/FAST, FIERCE & FUNNY, Cameo, Club LP
15 14 DUB CAN’T TURN AROUND/LOVE CAN’T TURN AROUND, Farley ‘Jackmaster’ Funk featuring Darryl Pandy, London 12in
16 20 EXCITE ME, Carlton Smith, CityBeat 12in
17 19 SHIVER/TEASER, George Benson, Warner Bros LP
18 22 DON’T THINK ABOUT IT, One Way, MCA Records 12in
19 21 SLAVE OF LOVE, TC Curtis, Hot Melt 12in
20 23 SAMBA (TODA MENINA BAIANA MIX), Georgie Fame, Ensign 12in
21 46 FACTS OF LOVE (ACTUALITY MIX)/(LP VERSION), Jeff Lorber featuring Karyn White, Club 12in promo
22 — NIGHTS OF PLEASURE (REMIXES), Loose Ends, Virgin 12in twin-pack promo
23 18 BACK TO THE SCENE OF THE CRIME/FREEZE’S THEME, The Incredible Mr. Freeze, London 12in
24 31 TALK TO ME, Chico DeBarge, Motown 12in
25 10 RUMORS/VICIOUS RUMORS, Timex Social Club, Cooltempo 12in
26 15 (I’M A) DREAMER (SHEP PETTIBONE REMIX), BB&Q, Cooltempo 12in
27 28 NIGHT TO REMEMBER, Keith Patrick, US Omni Records 12in
28 74 CHILLIN’ OUT (REMIX), Curtis Hairston, US Atlantic 12in
29 58 DANCE YOUR WAY OUT OF THE DOOR, Sharon Dee Clarke, Arista 12in
30 37 YOU CAN DANCE (IF YOU WANT TO), Davis/Pinckney Project featuring Lorenzo Queen, Bluebird 12in white label
31 43 IN THE HEAT OF A PASSIONATE MOMENT (REMIXES), Princess, Supreme Records 12in
32 33 GOLIATH, James Brown, Scotti Bros LP
33 50 BARAH (THE HOUSE MIX), Cleavage, US Studio Records 12in
34 57 CONTROL (REMIX), Janet Jackson, A&M 12in
35 51 OUTSIDE IN THE RAIN (LARRY LEVAN REMIX), Gwen Guthrie, US Polydor 12in
36 34 SUMMERTIME, SUMMERTIME, Nocera, 4th + B’way 12in
37 55 GOIN’ TO THE BANK (CLUB MIX), Commodores, Polydor 12in
38 62 IT’S THE NEW STYLE/PAUL REVERE, Beastie Boys, US Def Jam 12in
39 32 FRIENDS NOT LOVERS (HOT CLUB MIX), Rosaline Joyce, Elite 12in
40 66 GRAVITY/THE BIG ‘G’ (DIG THIS MESS), James Brown, Scotti Bros 12in
41 25 TASTY LOVE, Freddie Jackson, Capitol 12in
42 63 GO SEE THE DOCTOR, Kool Moe Dee, US Roof Top 12in
43 26 AIN’T GONNA PAY ONE RED CENT/RAP VERSION, Wally Jump Junior & The Criminal Element, US Criminal Records 12in
44 49 PUMP THAT BASS/LIVE (GET A LITTLE STUPID…HO!), Original Concept, US Def Jam 12in
45 45 OOPS OH NO (LP VERSION), LaToya Jackson, Music Of Life Records 12in promo
46 27 THE HOUSE MUSIC ANTHEM, Marshall Jefferson, Affair 12in
47 85 HAVE YOU EVER LOVED SOMEBODY/I DON’T WANT TO LOSE YOUR LOVE, Freddie Jackson, US Capitol LP
48 47 REAL LOVE, Jesse’s Gang with Jesse Saunders, Geffen Records 12in
49 73 MOVEMENT/HOUSE VERSION, The Movement, US Underworld 12in
50 — MISUNDERSTANDING (REMIX), James (D-Train) Williams, US Columbia 12in
51 — SMALL CHANGE (SPARE A DIME MIX), Hindsight, Circa Records 12in promo
52 — GIVE, GIVE, GIVE, Disco Aid, Total Control Records 12in
53 — BREAKOUT (N.A.D. MIX), Swing Out Sister, Mercury 12in
54 41 NON-STOP (REMIX), Skyy, Capitol 12in
55 84 YOU GOT THE LOVE, The Source featuring Candi Staton, US Source Records 12in
56 87 HAPPY/WHO LOVES YOU, Surface, US Columbia LP
57 38 STILL SMOKIN’ (HUG A BUT)/IT’S IN THE MIX (DON’T TOUCH THAT STEREO) (LIVE), Trouble Funk, 4th + B’way/TTED 12in
58 48 HOT! WILD! UNRESTRICTED! CRAZY LOVE, Millie Jackson, Jive 12in
59 24 SHOWING OUT (MORTGAGE MIX), Mel & Kim, Supreme Records 12in
60 72 FUNKY GROOVE, Hardrock Soul Movement/Afrika Bambaataa, Streetwave 12in
61 44 STRAIGHT TO THE HEART, The Real Thing, Jive 12in
62 54 IT’S O.K., IT’S O.K., The Force, US Jes Say 12in
63 — THE WIZARD (THE JAZZ MIX), Paul Hardcastle, Chrysalis 12in
64 — CHILDREN OF THE GHETTO (0-72/36-0bpm), Courtney Pine, Island 12in
65 75 FUSION BEATS VOL. 2, US Bozo Meko Records 12in
66 36 WHO ARE YOU?, Loose Ends, Virgin LP
67 29 TURNED ON TO YOU, 80’s Ladies, Music Of Life 12in
68 — MR BIG STUFF, Heavy D & The Boyz, US MCA Records 12in
69 79 BROADWAY, Duke Bootee, US Beauty and The Beat 12in
70 35 L.A. NIGHTS, Yasuko Agawa, Bluebird Records 12in
71 re WE RAP MORE MELLOW (110bpm), Younger Generation, US Brass 12in
72 53 7 WAYS, Hercules, US Dance Mania Records 12in
73 65 2 THE LIMIT, Octavia, Cooltempo 12in
74 81 HOUSE OF BAMBOO, Earl Grant, Decca 12in EP
75 83 THE SPEN/SAGITARIAN, Beat This, US Ace Beat 12in
76 — AIN’T NOTHING BUT A HOUSE PARTY, Phil Fearon, Ensign 12in
77 68 SPLIT PERSONALITY (THE REMIX), U.T.F.O., Cooltempo 12in
78 56 MY LATIN LOVER (WAREHOUSE REMIX), Q-Pid featuring Nikki Q, Rhythm King 12in
79 60 BACK IN LOVE AGAIN (REMIX), Walter Beasley, US Elektra 12in
80 82 THIS TIME, Private Possession featuring Hunter Hayes, US 4th + B’way 12in
81 — YOU BETTER QUIT (112⅓)/OH GIRL (75¼)/SET IT OUT (110⅓)/I CAN’T HELP MYSELF (116)/STOLE MY HEART (0-120¼bpm), One Way, US MCA Records LP
82 94 IF YOU ONLY KNEW, A Perfect Fit, Move 12in
83 — SLAVE OF LOVE (GO FOR BROKE REMIX), T.C. Curtis, Hot Melt 12in
84 100= TIME KEEPS MOVIN’ ON, Calvin, US VinylMania 12in
85 59 L.O.V.E. M.I.A (FARLEY KEITH REMIXES), Dazz Band, Geffen 12in
86 — MIND GAMES (DUB GAMES), Cultural Vibe, US Easy Street 12in
87 100= BACK TO SCHOOL, Bunny Wailer, Solomonic 12in
88 re PUT YOUR FILA’S ON, Schoolly-D, Flame Records 12in
89 76 JAM ON ME/DUB ON ME, Company B, US The Summer 12in
90 re TEN WAYS OF LOVING YOU, Lenny Williams, Malaco Dance 12in
91 re MOVE, Farm Boy featuring Darryl Pandy/Etheridge Williams, US DJ International Records 12in
92 91 SWEETHEART, Rainy Davis US SuperTronics 12in
93 64 ALL BECAUSE OF YOU/NO MORE TEARS, Beau Williams, US Capitol LP
94 42 MISUNDERSTANDING/LET ME LOVE YOU/OH HOW I LOVE YOU (GIRL), James (D-Train) Williams, CBS LP
95 — LOVE REALLY HURTS WITHOUT YOU (1986 DANCE MIX), Billy Ocean, Supreme Records 12in
96 100= FUNKY RASTA, The Naturals, Jamaican Sunshine 12in
97 — SERIOUS (110⅓bpm), Donna Allen, US 21 Records 12in
98 — PASSION AND PAIN, Janice McClain, US MCA Records 12in
99 — SOUTH BRONX, DJ Scott La Rock – Blastmaster KRS One & D-Nice, US B Boy Records 12in
100= — IKE’S RAP/HEY GIRL, Isaac Hayes, US Columbia 12in
100= — BIG FUN (MEGA MIX) (110⅔-112¾-112-113⅔-114½-114-112½-114¼bpm), The Gap Band, US Total Experience 12in
100= 71 LOVE CAN’T TURN AROUND, Philly Cream, US Cotillion 12in


EUROBEAT

01 01 YOU KEEP ME HANGIN’ ON, Kim Wilde, MCA Records 12in
02 03 ANIMAL MAGNETISM, Darryl Pandy, Nightmare 12in
03 04 EYE CONTACT, Linda Lusardi, Polo 12in
04 — TO BE OR NOT TO BE, Jock Hattle, Italian Taurus 12in
05 13 TIGHTROPE, Evelyn Thomas, Nightmare 12in
06 05 DELIVERANCE, People Like Us (featuring Cindy Dickinson), Passion 12in
07 06 SO GLAD, Pepper Watkins, US TSR 12in
08 12 MEMORIES, Carolyn Harding, US Emergency 12in
09 16 READ ALL ABOUT IT, Flirtations, Passion 12in white label
10 07 YOU’RE GONNA SUFFER, Bertice Reading, Sublime 12in
11 08 WHAT HAVE I GOT TO LOSE, Astaire, Passion 12in
12 — LOVE HANGOVER, Tracy Ackerman, Debut 12in
13 — DON’T DELAY, Earlene Bentley, Nightmare 12in promo
14 17 FINGERTIPS/MUSIC THAT YOU CAN DANCE TO (UK CLUB VERSION), Sparks, Consolidated Allied Records 12in
15 19 GIVE ME YOUR LOVE, Sisley Ferré, Dutch Hot Sound 12in
16 11 NUMBER ONE LOVER, Sadie Nine, Record Shack 12in
17 02 KNOCK ME SENSELESS, Eastbound Expressway, Passion 12in
18 10 DANCE YOUR WAY OUT OF THE DOOR, Sharon Dee Clarke, Arista 12in
19 — KISS IN THE DARK, Girl Talk, Dutch Boni 12in
20 15 HERE TO STAY, Sister Sledge, EMI 12in
21 20 LOVE CAN’T TURN AROUND, Farley ‘Jackmaster’ Funk featuring Darryl Pandy, London 12in
22 21 DON’T LEAVE ME THIS WAY (REMIXES), The Communards, London 12in
23 22 JACK THE GROOVE, Raze, Champion 12in
24 09 APPLAUSE, Angie Gold, Passion 12in
25 30 TWO OF HEARTS (EUROPEAN DANCE MIX), Stacey Q, Atlantic 12in
26 29 LOVE’S GONE MAD (REMIX), Seventh Avenue, Tangerine 12in
27 — SHOWING OUT (MORTGAGE MIX), Mel & Kim, Supreme Records 12in
28 27 BRAND NEW LOVER, Dead Or Alive, Epic 12in
29 re VISION IN THE NIGHT, Sarina, German ZYX 12in
30 18 ON THE HOUSE, Midnight Sunrise, Crossover 12in

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