April 18, 1987: Jim Bennett & His Bumpin Crew, Carey Johnson, True Mathematics, Benetta & Kevin, Wired

ODDS ‘N’ BODS

POLYDOR are starting a new dance label called Urban as a replacement for, and expansion of, Boiling Point — first release at the end of April will be Maceo & The Macks, followed by Cindy Valentine, Jackson Sisters ‘I Believe In Miracles’, Manu Dibango ‘Makossa 87‘ … Circa Records have circulated key shops with pre-release copies of the instantly strong-selling Hindsight ‘Heaven’s Just A Breath Away (The Bliss Mix)‘, a gentle jiggly 105½bpm tugging swayer due commercially in a different format on April 27, without the pre’s 104⅚bpm Paradise Lost dub mix flip … London are promoting their ‘The House Sound Of Chicago Volume 2’ double LP with a strictly promo-only 33⅓rpm four-track 12 inch containing two 126bpm mixes of last summer’s Adonis ‘No Way Back’, the 0-120bpm Hercules ‘7 Ways’ (here retitled ‘7 Ways To Jack’), and the slowed down 114⅔bpm Mr Fingers ‘Can You Feel It’ … Ben Liebrand’s more meatily altered 107bpm Extended Groove Mix of Hot Chocolate ‘Every l’s A Winner’ (EMI 12EMIX 5607) seems to be the better seller with DJs now it’s on 12 inch, and includes its own new powerfully lurching Bonus Beats … Shep Pettibone’s 113bpm remix of ‘Lessons In Love’ is, as warned, now on the B-side of the typical wordily jittering 114¾bpm Level 42 ‘To Be With You Again‘ (Polydor POSPX 855), maybe slightly more relevant to soul clubs than their last one, although I still don’t see why soul DJs continue to chart stuff like this yet ignore Dire Straits … Les Adams has given Jaki Graham a 0-79¼-83⅐-73¼bpm Megamix (EMI 12JAKI X10) that’s probably too late to salvage ‘Still In Love’, sandwiching it briefly between the Derek Bramble-duetted more soulful ‘Let’s Get Blue’, and ‘Love Under Moonlight’ … Dancin’ Danny D might have blown it this time by making his upcoming Patrice Rushen remix clodhoppingly Hi-NRG, while his Chinese-flavoured lurching 116¼-0bpm Radical Remix of the Taurus Boyz ‘Looking For A Lover’ (Cooltempo COOLS 141) is, unusually, a 33⅓rpm seven inch — too unusually, as DJs are reluctant to buy it so far … Epic look like creatively marketing Luther Vandross with Les Adams’ megamix from the Disco Mix Club … Patrice Rushen’s ‘Watch Out!’ LP is now out here (Arista 207 831), and Jody Watley’s US hit ‘Looking For A New Love‘ is finally due too, months after finished UK copes were originally circulated … Robert Brookins’ excellent value three-track UK 12 inch turns out to be only a promotional sampler, from which just ‘If I Only Knew‘ is scheduled as a future commercial A-side — MCA do it again! … Serious Records are starting another label called Needle Records, to carry a new ‘Dance Mania‘ compilation LP series, as a supplement to the ‘Upfront’ series, plus they’re releasing a beefed-up US revamp of ‘Rock The House (Medley)’, which in their version will no longer be credited to Mr K Mix by Special K … Morgan Khan actually had to buy a copy of his own original StreetSounds label’s limited-release ‘Jazz Juice 4′ LP for reference purposes, in readiness for its reappearance on his new label of the same name, all copies held in stock by the original label now of course being tied up by the bankruptcy proceedings of its parent company, Brazendown Ltd — hopefully this doesn’t mean the new pressing will be dubbed from disc? … Elite, with the release of Keni Stevens’ LP, is metamorphosing with a label name change into Jam Today … Phyllis Hyman, during a sequence of songs from her starring role in ‘Sophisticated Ladies’, at her London concerts suddenly went into a whistling solo, soon followed by a harmonica solo — only this latter turned out to be actually by one of her sound men, harping away at the control console in the middle of the auditorium while she was miming at the mike! … Epping Forest Country Club had its disco burnt out by an electrical fire, only the function suite being left operational at the moment … Roy Ayers’ second show will be broadcast live from Prestatyn on Radio 1 as part of Robbie Vincent’s extended programme this Sunday, the other live act at the soul weekender being the good-time R&B Boogie Brothers Band during Saturday lunchtime, while PAs will include Mason, Chuck Stanley, Tashan, Oran ‘Juice’ Jones, Cheryl Glasgow, David Grant — the largest ever DJ team promises plenty of new music will be played, with a minimum of shaving foam, while instead of the usual radio service this time there will be live on-site studio shows, videos and movies relayed to every chalet’s colour TV set by LWT (this one being Live Wire Television!) … I see that even some of the DJs appearing there think that Prestatyn is in South Wales, so it was just as well we did print my directions last week for finding it (in North Wales!) … Lillo Thomas and Phyllis Hyman were the latest stars to be spotted grooving at Gullivers, which finally moves from Mayfair in July to even more central London premises, where Graham Gold will still DJ at the weekends — plus he’ll be doing PR for the club by day, and is looking for other possible users of his many contacts (on 0923-42983, office hours), should any plugging-type people be interested … Tilly Rutherford, working now on acts like Hazell Dean out of Pete Waterman’s studio, is setting up a DJ mailing list to be run by ‘Aitch’, at PWL Empire, 4/7 The Vineyard, Sanctuary Street, London SE1 1QL … Paul Quinton is starting a mailing list for Hi-NRG/house-type DJs at Big Top Music, 66 Mollison Road, Meir, Stoke-On-Trent ST3 7AG … Jeff Thomas, the soul man at Swansea’s Martha’s Vineyard even on Mondays, has started a Wednesday Hi-NRG night and is after the right sort of guest DJs (good looking mixers) and PAs for it on 0792-702034 … Chris ‘Connie’ Crooks now Hi-NRGises Derby’s gay Rising Sun Fri/Sat/Sun/Wed, and Dimensions at Derby’s Fifth Dimension the third Monday of every month (I presume Bank Holiday makes no difference?) … Ian Levine’s various artists Hi-NRG compilation LP ‘That Nightmare Sound Volume 1‘ (Nightmare MARELP 1) confusingly shares not only some artists but also almost exactly the same sleeve design as ZYX Records’ US-issued ‘The Best Of Eurobeat Volume 1‘ … Sharon Redd’s kid sister Pennye Ford has replaced Mary Davis as lead singer in the SOS Band … Club Nouveau topped Billboard’s US 12 Inch Sales … Maze broke ZZ Top’s T-shirt sales record at Wembley Arena … Brighton’s Rhino reopens this Friday (17) in the seafront’s West Beach Hotel, def beats being spun by Steve Clancy, Warrick McGinty and rm’s own ace design editor Graham ‘Beastie’ Black (the Rhino Bro’ himself!) … Easter Day (19) Bolts returns to Boscombe’s Academy for a one-off special with Adrian Dunbar, while down the road on Bank Holiday Monday (20) at Bournemouth’s CoCo’s noon alldayer, Chris Dinnis heads the jazz ‘n’ soul DJ line-up … Monday lunchtime also finds Rick Robinson with a jazz and R&B session at Chertsey Bridge Cricketers — where Chris Brown does Sunday lunchtimes (when not at Prestatyn) now that Ascot’s Belvedere Arms has lost its music licence … Sly & Robbie are at Nottingham Rock City’s Easter Day alldayer, Birmingham Millionaires on Easter Monday, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Walkers Wed (22), Leeds Warehouse Thur (23), Manchester Hacienda (24), Brixton Fridge Sat (25) … LWR’s Gary Smith and Angela have named their baby James, and even considered asking my permission … LAH DE DAH DE!


PHYLLIS HYMAN had the dubious pleasure of my company at dinner, during which the stunning six-foot soulstress proved a messy and enthusiastic eater who really likes upmarket UK cooking — she actually took up smoking last month just to lose weight, which seems a bit drastic! When the subject of her historic unrobing in ‘Oui’ magazine was raised, she ripped open her cleavage and declared, “I have great boobs, I’m not ashamed of what I did! They only showed my top half, and backside, and ran nine pages of photographs together with nine pages of interview, something which they never normally do.” (Mel & Kim, eat your hearts out!) These enjoyable aspects of the meal apart, she also revealed that she’ll be singing in Spike Lee’s next movie ‘School Days’, she was meant to have recorded (and still wants to do) ‘Passion And Pain’ with producer Nick Martinelli, she confessed to her original mentor Norman Connors that she thinks he’s a terrible drummer (but a better producer), she wants to record in different foreign languages, and do a one woman show like her friend Dee Dee Bridgewater (who took over her role in the Duke Ellington musical ‘Sophisticated Ladies’). Quite a lady.


C.J. CARLOS – London’s original “CJ” – is back in the West End, on Tuesdays at Hombres and Thursdays at Le Beat Route, but he still rocks the house Saturdays at Norwood’s Limelight, and Fri/Sundays at his legendary venue, Dalston’s Oasis.


Is this man the UK’s answer to Freddie Jackson? Taking the brave step of creating a soul album on which everything is delicately sinuous, with nothing raising a sweat, the somewhat Phil Fearon-ish toned KENI STEVENS ‘Blue Moods’ (Jam Today KENI LP1, via PRT) has the (0-)94bpm title track, 66bpm ‘Spend The Night’, 108⅕bpm ‘Night Moves’, 100bpm ‘Too Much Too Soon’, 91⅙bpm ‘Passionate’, 38⅝/77¼bpm ‘Shine’, 87bpm ‘Cannot Live Without Your Love’. Move over Alexander, tell Chuck Stanley the news!


HOT VINYL

JIM BENNETT & HIS BUMPIN CREW ‘Bump & Roll (Give Up The Funk)’ (Bluebird BRT 36)
Apparently due for rush release in competition with Go Go Lorenzo & The Davis/Pinckney Project’s disappointing follow-up, this similarly styled though far superior 102⅚bpm go go bubbler is really infectious and quietly commercial in the same well arranged mellow way as ‘You Can Dance (If You Want To)’, with simple catchy synth, nice piano, swaying jiggly beats, and rhythmically rambling Chuck Brown-style exhortations (inst flip).

CAREY JOHNSON ‘Real Fashion (Reggae Style)’ (10 Records TENT 170)
From Charlie Gillet’s Oval imprint, this fabulous happy calypso style (0-)95bpm dated reggae chugger can’t help but make all who hear it feel good, and is already hot on London’s radio (dub flip), a possible smash.

TRUE MATHEMATICS and the Invisible Empire ‘After Dark’ (Champion CHAMP 12-44)
Rapping Mr Mathematics (but to you, True) casually chats about the night people on a hauntingly weaving 95-94⅔bpm swayer with a tugging beat that surges through scratched-in go go percussion and bursts of siren-like synth — on its less gimmicky way almost another ‘Amityville’ – flipped by the more urgently jolting 96⅓bpm ‘Greeks In The House‘ (dubs too). Fresh!

BENETTA & KEVIN ‘Jack Your Body Up Now’ (US Grove St. GSR-010)
Created by Raze’s Vaughan Mason and Ben Epps but not to be confused with their own current ‘Jack Up Work Your Body’ (!), this particular 120¼bpm jack track is far, far better and much more easily paced, building up gentle steam like a locomotive through the lazily delivered title line chant while some electronic vibes go pottily over the top. All aboard! Also on the four-track are two mixes of the Latino-pitched plaintive girl sung dull 119bpm ‘Lover U R My Secret‘, plus a “fresh”-scratching short tugging 88½-0bpm ‘Lean On This (Lover)’ reference to Club Nouveau.

WIRED ‘To The Beat Of The Drum’ (Nine O Nine NINE 2. via Creole/PRT)
Belated though welcome UK release for the Tommy Musto-created slickly bounding snickety rhythm and synth-driven 122bpm instrumental house hit from last year, in three versions plus uncredited on the A-side some faster 124½bpm bonus beats. Sure to do well for those who didn’t buy the import.

STONE FREE ‘Can’t Say ‘Bye’ (Ensign ENYX 607, via Chrysalis)
Tony Stone (as initial white label promos credited him) revives this Kandidate oldie as a soulfully worried ‘What’s Goin’ On’ vintage Marvin Gaye-ish pleasantly swaying 87-90½bpm class jogger, excellently sung and doubtless destined to get pushed at Prestatyn by at least one DJ, with an attractive lightly romping 118bpm ‘Leaving On A Night Train‘ flip that combines late Sixties soul vocal group and Phil Fearon influences.

MARY WELLS ‘Don’t Burn Your Bridges’ (Nightmare MARE 33, via PRT)
Thank goodness Ian Levine’s creation for the legendary Motown veteran does deliver the goods, even if the happily swinging 108bpm shuffle beat still contains some of his trademark irritatingly tinny rhythms and brass. Structured in a nostalgic mould, the attractively soulful song is actually a joyous duet with Curtis Womack, her husband (she was married to brother Cecil before), well worth checking despite it not necessarily being a floorfiller (dub flip). How about a remix with a cleaner  beat?

C.T. SATIN ‘I Found A Friend’ (Nine O Nine NINE 3)
Cheerfully cantering though mournfully moaned Colonel Abrams-ish rattling 120¾-0bpm house leaper with whispering and groaning female Bi-Bi adding interest to the break, better arranged than most jack tracks (in five mixes) and already warm on import.

NONA HENDRYX ‘Why Should I Cry?’ (US EMI America V-19235)
Created by members of Jam & Lewis’s Flyte Tyme crew, the usually rock-orientated ex-Labelle veteran’s newie is an urgently driven though less hurriedly sung soulfully nagging 116bpm tightly tapping jittery surger, vocally more mature than the Minneapolis backing (Herb Alpert-ish dub flip).

CULTURAL VIBE featuring Glenn ‘Sweety G.’ Toby ‘Power’ (US Easy Street EZS-7532)
Overlaid by jungle noises and with some wordless “ooh wah ooh wah” moaning, this would-be exotic butchly chanted “everybody say pow-wer” simple catchy 122bpm New York house bounder comes in no fewer than six Tony Humphries mixes.


UK DISCO TOP 100 – April 18, 1987

01 02 SEXY GIRL (SEXY MIX) Lillo Thomas, Capitol 12in
02 01 KEEP YOUR EYE ON ME Herb Alpert, Breakout 12in
03 04 LET YOURSELF GO (CLUB MIX)/(ALTERNATIVE MIX)/(DUB MIX) Sybil, US Next Plateau 12in
04 03 WORKIN’ UP A SWEAT (SPECIAL SWEATY MIX UK EDIT) Full Circle, EMI America 12in
05 11 LIVING IN A BOX (ARTHUR BAKER MIX)/(THE PENTHOUSE MIX) Living In A Box, Chrysalis 12in
06 12 BOOPS (HERE TO GO) Sly & Robbie, Fourth & Broadway 12in
07 06 THIS BRUTAL HOUSE/UK EDIT Nitro Deluxe, Cooltempo 12in
08 14 SEE ME (EXTENDED REMIX) Luther Vandross, Epic 12in
09 05 EV’RY LITTLE BIT Millie Scott, 4th + B’way 12in
10 17 BACK AND FORTH (EXTENDED REMIX) Cameo, Club 12in white label
11 07 EGO MANIAC, Jocelyn Brown Warner Bros 12in
12 08 RESPECTABLE/EXTRA BEAT VERSION Mel & Kim, Supreme Records 12in
13 09 LET’S WAIT AWHILE (REMIX)/NASTY (COOL SUMMER MIXES) Janet Jackson, Breakout 12in
14 20 LEAN ON ME (REMIX)/PUMP IT UP (LEAN ON ME) REPRISE (REMIX) Club Nouveau, Warner Brothers/King Jay Records 12in
15 10 HAPPY (EXTENDED VERSION)/LET’S TRY AGAIN Surface, CBS 12in
16 18 DOUBLE-X-POSURE/POUR IT ON/LIVIN’ ON THE EDGE/BREATHLESS/STAY IN LOVE Mason, Elektra LP
17 13 WAX THE VAN (JUNIOR’S AWESOME EDIT)/(JUNIOR’S MAJOR DUB) Lola, Syncopate 12in
18 15 WATCH OUT (EXTENDED REMIX) Patrice Rushen, Arista 12in
19 21 WAX THE VAN (KENNY’S CLUB VERSION)/(CHERRY’S CLUB)/(JON’S DUB) Lola, Syncopate 12in
20 26 SCREAMING AT THE MOON (REMIX)/AIN’T YOU HAD ENOUGH Phyllis Hyman, Philadelphia International Records 12in
21 19 SEXY The Masters Of Ceremony featuring Don Barron, London 12in
22 28 CAN U DANCE/CAN U JACK Kenny ‘Jammin’ Jason with ‘Fast’ Eddie Smith, Champion 12in
23 37 RESPECTABLE (THE TABLOID MIX) Mel & Kim, Supreme Records 12in
24 22 TURN ME LOOSE Wally Jump Jr. & The Criminal Element, London 12in
25 41 I WANT YOUR GUY (CLUB MIX) The Soul Club, Cooltempo 12in
26 23 THE MORNING AFTER (REMIX) Curtis Hairston, Atlantic 12in
27 30 SIGN ‘O’ THE TIMES/LA, LA, LA, HE, HE, HEE Prince, Paisley Park 12in
28 36 ROCK THE HOUSE (MEDLEY) (PTS 1 & 2) Mr K Mix by Special K, US T.D. Records Inc 12in
29 64 IT’S GONNA BE A BEAUTIFUL NIGHT/HOUSEQUAKE/IF I WAS YOUR GIRLFRIEND/IT/THE BALLAD OF DOROTHY PARKER Prince, Paisley Park LP
30 24 AFTER LOVING YOU (LP VERSION)/PRIVATE PARTY Epic 12in
31 16 U KNOW WHAT TIME IT IS (EXTENDED SCRATCH) Grandmaster Flash, Elektra 12in
32 67 NEW GENERATION The Classical Two, US Rooftop Records 12in
33 44 I JUST CAN’T WAIT (THE COOL & BREEZY JAZZ VERSION) Mandy Smith featuring Matt Aitken, PWL Records 12in
34 80 LET THE SUN IN/ALL IN THE NAME OF LOVE/ALWAYS/YOU BELONG WITH ME/DON’T TAKE ME FOR GRANTED/FEMALES Atlantic Starr, Warner Bros LP
35 39 SERIOUS Donna Allen, Portrait 12in
36 35 I’M IN LOVE/DOWNTOWN/PUT YOUR FOOT DOWN/WANNA MAKE LOVE (ALL NIGHT LONG)/SWEET SURRENDER Lillo Thomas, US Capitol LP
37 40 MY MIKE SOUNDS NICE (REMIX) Salt-n-Pepa, Champion 12in
38 29 MR RIGHT (CLUB MIX) Eleanore Mills, US VinylMania 12in
39 50 AFTER DARK/GREEKS IN THE HOUSE True Mathematics and the Invisible Empire, US Select Records 12in/Champion white label
40 25 I FOUND LOVE (REMIX) Darlene Davis, Serious Records 12in
41 32 AND THE BEAT GOES ON/IT’S A LOVE THING The Whispers, MCA Records 12in
42 69 SO FINE/FEEDBACK OF THE MIND Feedback, Production House 12in
43 re IF YOU LET ME STAY (REMIX) Terence Trent D’Arby, CBS 12in
44 52 THE SLIGHTEST TOUCH (SHEP PETTIBONE REMIX)/(ALTERNATIVE REMIX) Five Star, Tent 12in
45 27 LET’S TALK IT OVER/LOVE ME RIGHT/2 HOT 2 HANDLE/ONE STOP LOVER Millie Scott, 4th + B’way LP
46 63 GLUED TO THE SPOT Cheryl Glasgow, Live Records 12in
47 72 LOVE ME ALL OVER Meechelle La Chaux, Detail Records 12in
48 31 LET’S GET BRUTAL/THIS BRUTAL HOUSE (THE BRUTAL MIX) Nitro Deluxe, Cooltempo 12in
49 60 GONNA PUT UP A FIGHT (ALBUM FIGHT VERSION) Barbara Roy, RCA 12in
50 53 LOOKING FOR A LOVER (CLUB MIX) Taurus Boyz, Cooltempo 12in
51 89 U + ME (THE EINSTEIN SONG)/LOVE THIS WAY Lee Prentiss, Funkin’ Marvellous Records 12in
52 38 DON’T BLOW A GOOD THING (REMIX) Vesta Williams, Breakout 12in
53 68 NO LIES (REMIX)/12” DUB SOS Band, Tabu 12in
54 45 HOUSE NATION The House Master Boyz and The Rude Boy Of House, US Dance Mania Records 12in/Magnetic Dance promo
55 56 LOCK ME OUT (LES ADAMS MIXDOCTORMIX) Shokk, Polydor 12in
56 34 MISUNDERSTANDING (REMIX) James (D-Train) Williams, CBS 12in
57 78 WATER GARDEN Claudio Galdez, Production House 12in
58 75 COME BACK TO ME/TENDER LOVIN’/WATCH OUT/ALL MY LOVE/ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN Patrice Rushen, Arista LP
59 73 WHITE KNIGHT JACKS White Knight, US Sunset Records Inc 12in
60 85 HEY KIDS, WHAT TIME IS IT? DJ Cold Cuts, JoMore 12in white label
61 66 TIMEBOMB/PUBLIC ENEMY #1 Public Enemy, Def Jam 12in
62 61 FACTS OF LOVE (REMIXES) Jeff Lorber featuring Karyn White, Club 12in twin-pack
63 49 “BAM BOO” Lenny D & Tommy Musto, US Northcott Prod Ltd 12in
64 42 LOVE ON A BLUE TRAIN/BOY’S CLUB/HOLD ME/HON E MAN/SOUL SALSA/ONE DAY (I’M GONNA MAKE YOU MINE) Sheila E, Paisley Park LP
65 — TENDER MOMENTS/MESMORIZE ME/TWO CAN PLAY AT THAT GAME/ONCE HAD YOUR LOVE Peggi Blu, US Capitol LP
66 43 I CAN’T LET YOU GO Norwood, MCA Records 12in
67 83 NOBODY BEATS THE BIZ Biz Markie featuring TJ Swan, US Prism 12in
68 70 THE HOUSE SOUND OF CHICAGO MEGAMIX Various Artists, German BCM/DJ International Records 12in
69 — THIS IS THE NIGHT Sweet Heat, US 5 Newark 12in
70 — CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT YOUR LOVE/SHINE Keni Stevens, Jam Today LP
71 — BUMP & ROLL (GIVE UP THE FUNK) Jim Bennett & His Bumpin Crew, Bluebird 12in
72 59 THE FINER THINGS IN LIFE/REAL SOON/JAMMIN’ TO THE BELLS/LOVE TOY Chuck Stanley, Def Jam LP
73 — LESSONS IN LOVE (SHEP PETTIBONE REMIX)/TO BE WITH YOU AGAIN Level 42, Polydor 12in
74 82 STOP BAJON. . . PRIMAVERA Tullio De Piscopo, Greyhound Label 12in
75 84 READ MY MIND (US REMIX)/GOT THE RIGHT ATTITUDE Tashan, US Def Jam 12in
76 88 LET ME KNOW Maxi Priest, 10 Records 12in
77 87 EASTENDERS Micron, SG 12in white label
78 re I FOUND A FRIEND (CLUB VERSION) CT Satin, Nine O Nine 12in
79 62 AS WE LAY (HORIZONTAL MIX) Shirley Murdock, Elektra 12in
80 — TWILIGHT WORLD (SUPERB SUPERB MIX) Swing Out Sister, Mercury 12in
81 71 MAKING LOVE IN THE RAIN/DIAMONDS/KEEP YOUR EYE ON ME/PILLOW Herb Alpert, A&M LP
82 — HEAVEN’S JUST A BREATH AWAY (THE BLISS MIX) Hindsight, Circa Records 12in pre
83 re HAPPY (DAVID ‘PIC’ CONLEY REMIX) Surface, CBS 12in
84 55 LET THE MUSIC TAKE CONTROL (HOUSE MIX)/(HOUSE OF TRIX MIX) J.M. Silk, RCA 12in
85 77 FASCINATED (CLUB MIX) Company B, Bluebird Records 12in white label
86 — HONEY (8.08 MIX)/(2 SKIN MIX EDIT)/(BASS DRUM HEAD MIX) Well Red/Double-U-R, Virgin 12in twin-pack promo
87 47 IN THE NAME OF LOVE/MIRACLE WORKER Full Circle, Dutch EMI America LP
88 54 TOUCH OF JAZZ/THE MAGNIFICENT JAZZY JEFF/ROCK THE HOUSE Jazzy Jeff & Fresh Prince, Champion LP
89 96 EVERY 1’S A WINNER (BEN LIEBRAND SEXY REMIX) Hot Chocolate, EMI 12in
90 re YOU BETTER QUIT (REMIX) One Way, MCA Records 12in promo
91 — CAN’T SAY ‘BYE Stone Free featuring Tony Stone, Ensign 12in
92 — MAGIC The Movement featuring Lee Genesis, US Underworld 12in
93 98 SKRATCH FEVER/JUNGLE FEVER (MEGAMIX) Kinkina, Champion 12in promo
94 — I WANT TO GO TO CHICAGO (FARLEY ‘JACKMASTER’ FUNK REMIXES) RT & The Rockmen Unlimited, Club 12in
95 86 THE MONKEY PAW (A NEW DANCE KRAZE) Scott & Raven, US Columbia 12in
96 re NO WAY BACK Adonis/CAN YOU FEEL IT Mr Fingers, London 12in promo
97 re YOU CAN’T HIDE (CLUBHOUSE REMIX) Frankie Knuckles, UpBeat 12in
98 — JACK UP WORK YOUR BODY Raze, US Grove St. 12in
99 99 HEY ROCKY! Boris Badenough, US Trax Records 12in
100= — ROCK STEADY The Whispers, US Solar 12in
100= re THEM JEANS/WE WILL ROCK YOU/HOUSE THAT ROCKED/U KNOW WHAT TIME IT IS/ALL RAPPED UP/I AM SOMEBODY/BUS DIS (WOOO) Grandmaster Flash, Elektra LP
100= — JACKO T Jam, Hot Melt 12in promo


EUROBEAT

01 01 GOLD DIGGER Lime, US TSR 12in
02 03 I FEEL LOVE COMING Modern Rocketry, US Megatone 12in
03 04 FASTER THAN THE EYE CAN SEE Celena Duncan, Nightmare 12in
04 07 LAY IT ON THE LINE Elaine Charles, Canadian Sizzle 12in
05 02 BAILA BOLERO Fun Fun, German Chic 12in
06 12 ELECTRICA SALSA Off, German ZYX 12in
07 10 I GOT YOU COVERED Earlene Bentley, Nightmare 12in
08 06 GIPSY QUEEN Gipsy & Queen, Canadian Power 12in
09 13 LOVE IS IN THE AIR Steve Allen, German Rush 12in
10 18 NO! MR BOOM BOOM Body Heat, Canadian Sizzle 12in
11 09 LESS THAN LOVERS MORE THAN FRIENDS Scott Stryker, Nightmare 12in
12 21 BOOM BOOM (LET’S GO BACK TO MY ROOM) Paul Lekakis, Champion 12in
13 08 FALLING FROM A GREAT HEIGHT Milton Brown, Nightmare 12in
14 05 ROCK YOUR BABY O’chi Brown, Magnet 12in
15 11 STANDING AT THE CROSSROADS (REMIX) Evelyn Thomas, Nightmare 12in
16 16 AT THIS MOMENT Menage, US Profile 12in
17 19 I NEED A MAN Man To Man featuring Paul Zone & Man Parrish, US Recca 12in
18 14 TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT Grace Kennedy, Nightmare 12in
19 17 RESPECTABLE/EXTRA BEAT VERSION Mel & Kim, Supreme Records 12in
20 23 EVERY WAKING HOUR Linda Taylor, Nightmare 12in
21 15 LOVE AND DEVOTION (REMIX) Michael Bow, US RJM 12in
22 30 TOUCH BY TOUCH (TOUCH MIX) Joy, Greyhound Label 12in
23 22 OXYGEN Blue August Project, Blue August 12in white label
24 24 DON’T STOP Romeo, US Infinity 12in
25 27 UP THE LADDER TO THE ROOF John Kydd (The Supreme Event Of The Year), US Altair 12in
26 26 JUST ANOTHER RUMOUR (’87 REMIX) Tyrone Ashley, Nightmare Gold 12in
27 — LOVE CHILD Jamie Dean, Uptown Records 12in
28 re ONE MORE TIME (REMIX) Bianca, US JDC 12in
29 20 LET’S WORK IT OUT Sadie Nine, Record Shack 12in
30= re LIVING IN A BOX (ARTHUR BAKER MIX) Living In A Box, Chrysalis 12in
30= re GET READY Mimi, Passion 12in

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