ODDS ‘N’ BODS
SERIOUS RECORDS, no sooner had I reviewed their white label of First Choice ‘Let No Man Put Asunder’, delivered the commercial pressing which turns out to be a four-tracker (at 33⅓rpm) and does indeed include Rutger Kroese’s Special Dutch House Mix —here called just House Mix, while the white label’s House Mix 87 is now billed as Jack The Body Mix — plus the hustling 126⅗bpm ‘Let Me Down Easy (Club Mix) ‘ … Stock Aitken Waterman’s teasingly “bootlegged” ‘Roadblock’ has in fact been signed for UK release by Breakout all along, the label’s Mike Sefton concocting with wily Pete Waterman the whole scam, pressing up just 500 uncredited imports to wind up the rare groove snobs — and I could name several DJs who swore (before knowing they’d been conned) that they of course had had the “original seven inch” since 1973, crediting it variously to Maceo & The Macks and to the ‘lost’ James Brown session with Sly & Robbie … Breakout also snapped up Roxanne Shanté here … Steve Walsh has now totally replaced Fatback to ‘sing’ his own rabble-rousing 106⅙ chant-along version of ‘I Found Lovin’‘ (A1 Records 12A 1299), somewhat Judge Dread-accented and unlikely to get played much by his rival London DJs although possibly a welcome alternative for provincial jocks! … Radio London’s 4th of July soul celebrations actually start on Friday, July 3, at 10pm with Pete Tong for an hour, followed by Dave Pearce broadcasting live from New York’s WBLS with one of its DJs until midnight, when Steve Walsh comes from Watford’s Paradise Lost followed by Tony Blackburn with Graham Gold from Basildon’s Festival Halls before Dave Pearce closes down between 1-2am … Hardrock Soul Movement ‘Elaweaser Just A Skeezer’ on commercial pressings has been speeded up to 0-89⅙-0bpm … The Blow Monkeys with Curtis Mayfield ‘Celebrate’ has had a more starkly bonking 116⅔-0bpm striding remix, promoed on white label 12 inch although I believe in commercial form it may be a 10 inch … Terence Trent D’Arby ‘Wishing Well’ has been promoed in two drily tapping slower 104⅙ remixes, not obviously more danceable although some jocks are charting them … WEA’s disco plugger Fred Dove has circulated translucent gold coloured US Geffen Records promos of the excellent pent-up wailing soulfully jogging 78⅝bpm Vaneese Thomas ‘Let’s Talk It Over‘ (she’s apparently one of Memphis veteran Rufus Thomas’s daughters), certainly available at least on seven inch commercially … 10 Records sent DJs a pair of slipmats plugging Mantronix ‘Scream’ … Rob Manley, Manchester mixing mate of Chad Jackson, becomes A&M’s new dance promotions man from July 20, helping Def Sef … Paul Truelove is compiling a DJ mailing list for Basildon based Wax Records on 0268-728574, should you really want Gonzalez! … Thursday (July 2) Warren Aylward starts Chillin’ Out weekly with soul/jazz/rare grooves at Portsmouth’s Martines … Saturday (July 4) Doug Osborne, Dave Malone, Guy Palmer, Turbo and more funk and jazz (on two floors) a Nautical Nonsense Party at Sudbury’s Queen’s Arms in Gt. Cornard, Jeff Young and Doug Hughes soul Bexleyheath’s Drayman, and Carl Cox, Tony Wilson and Paul Clark funk Mile End’s Nashville … Sunday (July 5) lain Norman and Def Steph start a weekly jazz, samba and rap night at Stowmarket’s Stag Tavern … Monday (July 6) Astrud Gilberto, Flora Purim, Airto and Azymuth bring a breath of Brazil in a special Rio package to Le Palais, Hammersmith, while Jocelyn Brown plays Swansea’s Martha’s Vineyard … Tuesday (July 7) Tony Norris starts rare grooving Catford’s Forest Hill Frolics weekly … Dave Rawlings has a one hundred per cent jazz session Sunday lunchtimes in Basingstoke’s The Basshouse … DJ/entertainments manager Andy King is looking on 0905-612428 for properly professional promotion companies to supply Worcester’s The Pavilion with personal appearances who actually appear, personally and on time! … Epic here has finally released the previously import-only 1982 album by Luther Vandross, ‘Forever, For Always, For Love’ (EPC 25013), the one with ‘Bad Boy/Having A Party’, ‘You’re The Sweetest One’, ‘Since I Lost My Baby’ … Rough Trade is now, as previously warned, distributing various oldies on the Celluloid label, including the otherwise unremarkable Fab 5 Freddy ‘Change The Beat‘ (CEL 156), side two of which just happens to end with that much-scratched “this stuff is really fresh”… Atlantic Starr’s follow-up will be ‘One Lover At A Time‘, rather than the possibly anticipated ‘Let The Sun In‘ … should a ‘Roadblock’-type mystery import arrive sounding like something by Vince Montana, it may have come no further than from Worcester Park! … LAH DEE DAH DEE!
KOOL CHIP is otherwise known as Jack Blakney. A rapping and scratching homeboy from the Bronx, he actually recorded ‘Jazz It Up‘ a year ago, when it was turned down by labels all over New York, only to hit finally in the enlightened UK!
Seen here in 1973, when they recorded ‘I Believe In Miracles’, are the JACKSON SISTERS — clockwise from top left, Rae, Gennie, Lyn, Jackie, and Pat. From Compton, California, the girls scored several soul hits in the USA, the biggest being released here (‘Miracles’ included) on the Mums label. Get grooving, rare freaks!
RUSS BROWN ‘Take My Love’ (10 Records TENT 182)
Owner of New York City’s Soul Scissors salon, the gospel-singing hairdresser returns with a mournfully moaning (0-)116¼-116bpm burbling tense monotonous chugger (dub too), overshadowed however by the flip’s strong new 112½bpm remixed 1987 Edit of last year’s floor-filling ‘Set It Off’-ish ‘Gotta Find A Way’, still a haunting underground ‘sleeper’.
THE VALENTINE BROTHERS ‘No Better Love’ (US EMI America V-19225)
Self-produced excellent classy if maddeningly and naggingly derivative easily strolling 101⅔bpm thudding soul slinker (dub/edit too), a real grower and destined to be large although maybe not such a crossover as ‘Money’s Too Tight To Mention’!
KID ‘N PLAY ‘Last Night’ (Cooltempo COOLX 148)
Huge already, this Jazzy Jeff & Fresh Prince-style 98⅙bpm fresh mix of drily rapping duo and scratching and synching oldies uses the Brothers Johnson, Rufus & Chaka Khan, Esther Williams and more (inst/edit flip).
NEWCLEUS ‘Huxtable House Party’ (US Super Power Records HSE-1232)
Still with some chipmunk-like little Smurfs chipping in, on a new label, this jaunty 95bpm go go-ish rap (in four mixes) is about a new dance step that they deny is inspired by TV’s Huxtable family on Bill Cosby’s show. Hmm…
ARTHUR CONLEY ‘Sweet Soul Music’ (Atlantic YZ120T)
Produced/co-written by Otis Redding but based on Sam Cooke’s 1964-recorded ‘Yeah Man‘, this clichéd though still floor-ramming 161bpm soul classic from 1967 successively turns the “spotlight” on Lou Rawls, Sam & Dave, Wilson Pickett, Otis Redding, and — the king of them all, y’all — James Brown, with as flip the follow-up Joe Turner-reviving 160-157bpm ‘Shake, Rattle & Roll‘ and soul-clapping 151-153½bpm ‘Funky Street‘.
SALT-n-PEPA ‘Tramp (Remix)’ (US Next Plateau NP50063)
As well as ‘My Mic Sounds Nice’, the endearing girl rappers’ album’s other biggie was this funkily rolling scratch-in of Otis Redding & Carla Thomas’s 1967 oldie, now in a 96⅚bpm remix, flipped by the fast sparse 128¾bpm ‘Push It’ (instrumentals too), due imminently here on Champion.
TROUBLE ‘Trouble In My Life (Are You Ready Mix)’ (10 Records/MDM Records MDM 19-12)
Very bright attacking commercial bouncy 110bpm hip hop-pop by some New York-recorded but UK-based girls and a guy, like Bananarama meeting Lovebug Starski (dub too) — so, great for general disco venues but not exactly HARD, y’know?
THE GAP BAND ‘Oops Upside Your Head (’87 Extended Mix)’ (Club JABX 54)
1980’s sit-on-the-floor-and-row smash, still a party classic, has been restructured though not necessarily improved in this 106-105½-104-104⅔-104⅓-104-103-104-103⅔-103⅓-103⅔-104⅓-107⅔-104bpm re-edit, flipped however by a usefully cleaned up new Extended Dub Mix.
FATBACK BAND ‘(Feel The) Rhythm Of The Night’ (Groove & Move GMT 12 002, via PRT)
Nice sax started then girl and guy alternated tapping 108⅙-108bpm wriggly swayer flipped by its original import A-side, the nervier slinkily jittering 106⅓bpm ‘Naughty Dancer‘.
IAN FOSTER ‘Out For The Count’ (US MCA Records MCA-23741)
Nick Martinelli reverts to his Loose Ends style to produce this British songwriter’s gently loping 107⅚-0bpm jittery tapping and tumbling swayer (dub/edit flip).
TAWATHA ‘Thigh Ride (Whisker Burn Mix)’ (Epic 650937 6)
James Mtume produces his group’s female co-leader on yet another slinkily thudding 94⅔bpm rewrite of ‘Juicy Fruit’ (dub too), fine as such — and there are yet more on her new import LP!
LA LA ‘(If You) Love Me Just A Little’ (Arista RIST 23)
La La (La Forrest) Cope, better known as a songwriter, has Full Force producing this Janet Jackson-style jerkily chugging 119⅔-0bpm spiky fast lurcher (in two mixes).
BOYS NEXT DOOR ‘We Don’t Date No More (Skee-zards)’ (US New Image NIR 146)
Marley Marl mixes up a reggae-accented rapping and bumping 88½bpm jittery infectious storm, yet more West Indian-Influenced hip hop, with a much longer and fiercer dub flip.
MIKE DUNN ‘Dance You Mutha’ (US Westbrook Records MD-WB 2)
Bam Bam-produced electronic drumkit driven and (in most of its five mixes) synth washed 123¼bpm typical clean jack track with monotonously deadpan repetition of the slightly dirty title line, building most vocal intensity in Mike’s Original Mutha Mix.
KATHY MATHIS ‘Late Night Hour’ (Tabu 650806 6)
David ‘O’ Ogrin-mixed plaintively young sounding spikily jerky 116¼-0bpm funk lurcher (instrumental flip), serviceable enough without being anything special.
JUICY ‘All Work, No Play (The All Work Mix)’ (Epic 650888 6)
John Luongo has given the brother and sister’s sleazily tugging slow and deliberate but jaunty jiggler a fragmentedly starting 86½-0bpm remix with two more dubwise mixes as flip.
MELI’SA MORGAN with Coffee, Tea Or Me ‘Wanting You’ (Master Mix 12CHE 8413, via PRT)
Produced some time ago by Terry Lewis and Patrick Adams, this teasingly started wailing 106⅓bpm jolter has been on offer to labels here for ages and without being actually bad is fairly unremarkable apart from its name appeal (dub/edit flip).
DONNA ALLEN ‘Satisfied (Extended Version)’ (Portrait XXX T1)
Horrid jerkily edited over-digital disjointedly lurching 117-0bpm remix massacre of her far better album track, an example of studio technology used for its own sake (dub too, plus the cantering 122bpm ‘Another Affair‘).
SINNIMON ‘Send It C.O.D.’ (US New Image NIR 402)
Initially quite strident girl wailed violently jittering electro-driven 116bpm frisky wriggler (in four mixes), good of its now slightly dated type — It would have been big three years ago in the Aleem era!
JILL JONES ‘Mia Bocca (Extended Version)’ (Paisley Park W8438T)
Prince’s latest protégé, aided by a classy black and white video, warbles like a cross between Madonna and Sheila E on this muttering and surging 129-0bpm frisky purple wriggler with nice muted trumpet at the end (dub flip. and stridently straining pent-up Janis Joplin-ish 97bpm ‘77 Bleeker St.‘).
THE JETS ‘You Got It All’ (MCA Records MCAT 1157)
Tenderly crooned though quite chunky 83⅔bpm rolling slowie, flipped by the lightly bounding (0-)127¼bpm ‘Heart On The Line‘ and — the real attraction — a 122-123-123⅔bpm Les Adams ‘Mixdoctor Mix’ medley of ‘Crush On You/Curiosity/Love Umbrella’.
BOBBY’S BOYS ‘Bobby Can’t Dance (King Size Enigma Mix)’ (Oval 101T, via WEA)
Bobby is actor Robert DeNiro, this pop-aimed beefier 119½-0bpm girls chanted remix of the now Mel & Kim-ish basher still featuring bits of dialogue from his films but with less emphasis than before (the flip’s two mixes having more soundtrack than girls, though).
POTOMAC CREW ‘I’m Back’ (US Clean Records CR 7260)
Loosely jiggling 102⅚-105⅙bpm subdued go go chanter with a nice old-fashioned brassy arrangement (instrumental flip), distributed here via 061-902 9989.
DORIAN ‘Madness (Stark Raving Mad Mix)’ (US PM Plutonium Records 2706-1-TPD)
Now quite refreshingly old-fashioned seeming smacking and striding 116bpm funk disco, not otherwise that special, in five mixes.
OLIVER CHEATHAM ‘Wish On A Star’ (Champion CHAMP 12-40)
Gentle schmaltzy 69⅓bpm smoocher designed primarily (and limitingly) for wedding gigs as it’s “dedicated to the newly weds” and will obviously have some use (less rhythmic more delicate 39⅔-0bpm extended vocal Aca Dub flip).
ROBERT BROOKINS ‘Our Lives’ (MCA Records MCAT 1131)
Huskily wailed beefily burbling chugger, monotonous and not the strongest of songs, in a 116⅓bpm Extended Version, more lightly percussive 115¾bpm US Remix and its 115½bpm LP Version.
BASIA ‘New Day For You’ (Portrait BASH T2)
Overshadowed now by Swing Out Sister, her jazzily samba-ish (0-)110bpm shuffIer is still like Matt Bianco and lightly pleasant (Instrumental too).
RUBY TURNER ‘In My Life (It’s Better To Be In Love)’ (Jive RTS T 3)
Innocuous gently tripping (0-)112⅓bpm swayer with a beat that stays subduedly defined despite two remixes, the 113bpm Alternative Mix being sharpest.
JIMMY RUFFIN ‘Easy Just To Say (I Love You)’ (Polydor POSPX 869)
Soulfully sung 102/51-102bpm strange haunting lurcher, too trickily pulsing for too long before it eventually starts chugging to be a dancefloor natural although it does build tension.
UK DISCO TOP 100 – July 4, 1987
01 02 DO IT PROPERLY (NO WAY BACK) Adonis (featuring 2 Puerto Ricans A Blackman And A Dominican)/NO WAY BACK Adonis, London 12in
02 01 LIFETIME LOVE (JAZZY BEAT/DEF BEAT/DEF DUB/JAZZY DUB) Joyce Sims, London 12in
03 03 CROSS THE TRACK (EXTENDED)/SOUL POWER 74 Maceo & The Macks, Urban 12in
04 04 FAKE Alexander O’Neal, Tabu 12in
05 08 I KNOW YOU GOT SOUL Eric B and Rakim, Cooltempo 12in
06 06 I BELIEVE IN MIRACLES (EXTENDED MIX) Jackson Sisters, Urban 12in
07 17 LAST NIGHT Kid ‘N Play, Cooltempo 12in
08 11 DANCING IN THE NIGHT Lanier & Co, Syncopate 12in
09 05 ROCK STEADY The Whispers, MCA Records 12in
10 14 LOOKING FOR A NEW LOVE Jody Watley, MCA Records 12in
11 28 DIAMONDS (DANCE MIX) Herb Alpert, Breakout 12in
12 46 LET NO MAN PUT ASUNDER (ORIGINAL MIX/’SPECIAL DUTCH’ MIX/JACK THE BODY ‘HOUSE’ MIX) First Choice, Serious Records 12in
13 16 I’M BAD/GET DOWN LL Cool J, Def Jam 12in
14 10 I WANNA DANCE WITH SOMEBODY (WHO LOVES ME) (REMIX) Whitney Houston, Arista 12in
15 89 ROADBLOCK Stock Aitken Waterman, US Lynx Records 12in/Breakout white label
16 13 FUNKY NASSAU Black Britain, 10 Records 12in
17 12 SERIOUS Donna Allen, Portrait 12in
18 19 HARD CORE (ON THE ONE) (AT THE ORGAN/JB IN HEAT/LOWDOWN ‘N’ FUNKY/JB TRAXX II) Duane & Co, US Dance Mania Records 12in
19 37 JUST GIVE THE DJ A BREAK/STRAIGHT FROM THE JUNGLE, Dynamix II, US Bass Station Records 12in
20 25 SCREAM (PRIMAL SCREAM) Mantronix, 10 Records 12in
21 07 LET YOURSELF GO (CLUB/PARADISE MIXES) Sybil, Champion 12in
22 23 DO IT PROPERLY (FIERCE CLUB MIX) 2 Puerto Ricans A Blackman And A Dominican, Cooltempo 12in
23 35 I’M IN LOVE (LONGER LOVE MIX) Lillo Thomas, Capitol 12in
24 33 ROCK THIS HOUSE/DUB MIX Hotline, Rhythm King 12in
25 20 HOUSE NATION The House Master Boyz and The Rude Boy Of House, Magnetic Dance 12in
26 30 JAZZ IT UP/DUB Kool Chip featuring Toni Smith, Fourth & Broadway 12in
27 21 THE PLEASURE PRINCIPLE (SHEP PETTIBONE REMIX/DUB) Janet Jackson, Breakout 12in
28 15 THE JACK THAT HOUSE BUILT/DUB Jack ‘N’ Chill, 10 Records 12in
29 40 HAVE A NICE DAY Roxanne Shanté, US Cold Chillin’ 12in
30 74 SPY IN THE HOUSE OF LOVE (JEFFREY B YOUNG & DANGEROUS MIX) Was (Not Was), Fontana 12in
31 54 THE GODFATHER Spoonie Gee, US Tuff City 12in
32 09 I’M IN LOVE (REMIX)/SEXY GIRL (SEXY MIX) Lillo Thomas, Capitol 12in
33 95 GOTTA FIND A WAY (1987 EDIT)/TAKE MY LOVE Russ Brown, 10 Records 12in
34 45 WOMAN OF PRINCIPLE Trouble Funk, Fourth & Broadway 12in
35 24 CAN U DANCE/CAN U JACK Kenny ‘Jammin’ Jason with ‘Fast’ Eddie Smith, Champion 12in
36 22 OUTLAW (THE BANDIT MIX) Strafe, Breakout 12in
37 47 SHOW ME THE WAY Regina Belle, CBS 12in
38 39 NEW GENERATION The Classical Two, Jive 12in
39 29 CARINO T-Coy, deConstruction Records 12in
40 27 ALWAYS (LP VERSION)/I’M IN LOVE Atlantic Starr, Warner Brothers 12in
41 56 DON’T LOOK ANY FURTHER (ORIGINAL REMIX/NEW REMIX/INSTRUMENTAL) Dennis Edwards featuring Siedah Garrett, Gordy 12in
42 61 SUCKER FOR CANDY (THE HOT CANDY KISS MIX) Rozlyn Sorrell, US Atlantic 12in
43 36 FOR THE LOVE OF YOU/JUST THE LONELY TALKING AGAIN/LOVE WILL SAVE THE DAY/WHERE DO BROKEN HEARTS GO Whitney Houston, Arista LP
44 38 I AIN’T INTO THAT The Rappin’ Reverend (C Dexter Wise III), Cooltempo 12in
45 26 DOUBLE-X-POSURE (CHRIS PAUL REMIX)/POUR IT ON Mason, Elektra 12in
46 31 A TOUCH OF JAZZ (COLLAPSED IN THE STREET/EXTENDED RE-TOUCH) Jazzy Jeff & Fresh Prince, Champion 12in
47 50 DIAMONDS (COOL SUMMER MIX) Herb Alpert, Breakout 12in
48 51 ROCK-A-LOTT (REMIX) Aretha Franklin, Arista 12in
49 84 I REALLY DIDN’T MEAN IT (12” MIX) Luther Vandross, Epic 12in
50 49 ROK DA HOUSE The Beatmasters featuring The Cookie Crew, Rhythm King 12in
51 93 HOW COULD YOU BREAK MY HEART Bobby Womack, Arista 12in
52 53 EVERYTHING BAMBOO (“BAM BOO”) Lenny D & Tommy Musto, Magnetic Dance 12in
53 41 I’LL RETURN 52nd Street, 10 Records 12in
54 88 SONGBIRD (EXTENDED VERSION) Kenny G, Arista 12in
55 72 THE BRISTOL HOTEL/THE DO WOP/THE BREAKTHROUGH/KANDAY/GO CUT CREATOR GO LL Cool J, Def Jam LP
56 52 LET’S BEGIN/STEPHEN’S OVERTURE Turntable Terror Trax Vol 2, Bluebird 12in
57 60 ROCK THE BEAT Derek B, Music Of Life 12in
58 85 ROCK THE HOUSE (MEDLEY) (PTS I & II) Mr K Mix by Special K, US TD Records Inc 12in
59 76 IF I WAS YOUR GIRLFRIEND Prince, Paisley Park 12in
60 64 MAKE IT FUNKY (CLUB MIX) Ice-T, US Sire 12in
61 77 NO SLEEP TILL BROOKLYN/BRASS MONKEY Beastie Boys, Def Jam 12in
62 71 FUNKY NASSAU (EXTENDED VERSION) The Beginning Of The End, Atlantic 12in
63 58 IF YOU WERE MINE (DANCE MIX) Cheryl Lynn, US Manhattan 12in
64 34 CHICAGO SONG (REMIX) David Sanborn, Warner Brothers 12in
65 43 DON’T DISTURB THIS GROOVE (REMIX) The System, US Atlantic 12in
66 48 THIS IS THE NIGHT (PROGRESSIVE MIX) Sweet Heat, Champion 12in
67 65 PICKS ME UP (YOUR LOVE) Point 3 FM, Hardcore 12in
68 re TWO CAN PLAY AT THAT GAME/TENDER MOMENTS/LOVE’S JUST A MYSTERY Peggi Blu, Capitol LP
69 — THIGH RIDE (WHISKER BURN MIX) Tawatha, Epic 12in
70 55 PLEASE BE MINE/SO MANY TEARS/TAKE YOUR LOVE AWAY Regina Belle, US Columbia LP
71 75 AM I THE SAME GIRL/LOVE MAKES A WOMAN Barbara Acklin, Debut 12in
72 — CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT YOUR LOVE (AT LAST THE DANCE MIX) Keni Stevens, Jam Today 12in promo
73 — OOPS UPSIDE YOUR HEAD (’87 EXTENDED MIX/DUB MIX) The Gap Band, Club 12in
74 re CHUNKY BUT FUNKY/ON THE DANCE FLOOR Heavy D and the Boyz, US MCA Records 12in
75 100= HAPPY (CLUB VERSION) Camelot II, US Jam-Kru 12in
76 63 TAKE SOME TIME OUT (CLUB/DUB) Arnold Jarvis, US Fourth Floor Records 12in
77 78 DO IT PROPERLY (DAVID MORALES DEF MIX) 2 Puerto Ricans A Blackman And A Dominican, US Grooveline 12in
78 68 IT’S TRICKY (SHEP PETTIBONE CLUB MIX) Run-DMC, London 12in
79 87 HOUSE NATION BEAT BOX/CHICAGO HOT MIX/FLOOR SMOKER MIX Chicago Trax Megamix by ‘Mic Mac’ Meyers, German BCM/Trax Records 12in
80 42 FUNKY NASSAU (REMIX) Black Britain, 10 Records 12in
81 70 LET THE SUN IN/ONE LOVER AT A TIME/DON’T TAKE ME FOR GRANTED/ALL IN THE NAME OF LOVE/THANKFUL Atlantic Starr, Warner Bros LP
82 100= CABBAGE PATCH The World Class Wreckin Cru, US Kru-Cut Records/Macola Record Co 12in
83 83 LATELY/FOLLOW YOUR HEART Ronnie McNeir, Expansion Records LP
84 re TELL JACK (JACK THE HOUSE) Denise Motto, Rhythm King 12in
85 — WISHING WELL (THREE COINS IN A FOUNTAIN MIX) Terence Trent D’Arby, CBS 12in
86 80 COOLIN OUT Private Joy, Champion 12in
87 — TROUBLE IN MY LIFE (ARE YOU READY MIX) Trouble, 10 Records/MDM Records 12in
88 — FLM (ALTERNATIVE/MEGA CLUB VERSIONS) Mel & Kim, Supreme Records 12in promo
89 — SHOW U HOW TO JACK (JACK YOUR BODY ROCK YOUR BODY) House Hustlers, Cooltempo 12in white label
90 re (FEEL THE) RHYTHM OF THE NIGHT Fatback Band, Groove & Move 12in
91 re SAME OLE LOVE Anita Baker, Elektra 12in
92 81 GOOD FRIENDS Faze One, Westside Records 12in
93 57 THE JACK THAT HOUSE BUILT (DEMOLITION MIX) Jack ‘N’ Chill, 10 Records 12in
94 — I THINK I’M OVER YOU Mini Curry, US Total Experience 12in
95 — JUST CALL Sherrick, US Warner Bros 7in
96 — SATISFIED (REMIX) Donna Allen, Portrait 12in promo
97 — REBEL WITHOUT A PAUSE/YOU’RE GONNA GET YOURS/DUB TERMINATOR X GETAWAY VERSION Public Enemy, Def Jam 12in
98 re DEDICATION TO ALL B-BOYS/SATURDAY NIGHT Schoolly-D, Flame Records LP
99 re POETRY/DOPE BEAT Boogie Down Productions (DJ Scott La Rock & Blastmaster KRS One), US B Boy Records LP
100= 99 WHAT YOU WON’T DO FOR LOVE/DOWN FOR THE THIRD TIME Bobby Caldwell, Magnetic Dance 12in
100= — OUT FOR THE COUNT Ian Foster, US MCA Records 12in
01 01 ELECTRICA SALSA/REMIX Off, Sonet 12in
02 07 CALL ME Spagna, CBS 12in
03 04 HEARTBEAT Vivien Vee, Italian X-Energy 12in
04 — IT’S A SIN Pet Shop Boys, Parlophone 12in
05 02 ARMED ROBBERY Seventh Avenue, Nightmare 12in
06 03 FASCINATED Company B, Bluebird 12in
07 14 NOTHING’S GONNA STOP ME NOW Samantha Fox, Jive 12in
08 12 SIGNAL YOUR INTENTION Kim Weston, Nightmare 12in
09 10 PAPER MONEY Helena, Arista 12in
10 06 I NEED A MAN/ENERGY IS EUROBEAT Man To Man, Bolts 12in
11 05 LOVE CHILD Jamie Dean, Uptown Records 12in
12 08 GET READY (EXTENDED REMIX) Carol Hitchcock, A&M 12in
13 13 PANINARO (REMIX) Pet Shop Boys, Italian Parlophone 12in
14 17 THIRD FINGER LEFT HAND Angie Gold, Passion 12in
15 20 GIMME THE LIGHT Solid Strangers, German ZYX 12in
16 16 DON’T GET MAD, GET EVEN Mary Wilson, Nightmare 12in
17 re THESE BOOTS ARE MADE FOR WALKING Jessica Williams and Man 2 Man, Mexican Maxi/Mastered 12in
18 24 BACKTRACK Shezwae Powell, Nightmare 12in
19 29 NIGHT CITY Secret Service, German Teldec 12in
20 19 RAINSTORM (REMIX) Eastbound Expressway, US Vinylmania 12in
21 26 MY HANDS ARE TIED Susan Wells, Nightmare 12in
22 18 PERFECT OPPORTUNITY Rob Keane, Nightmare 12in
23 28 STEP BY STEP Off, German ZYX 12in
24 21 ALWAYS DOESN’T MEAN FOREVER (MY-AMI MIX) Hazell Dean, EMI 12in
25 27 TOY BOY Sinitta, Fanfare 12in
26 15 PUT MY LOVE ON THE LINE Darryl Pandy, Nightmare 12in
27 — WHEN SMOKEY SINGS (THE MIAMI MIX) ABC, Club 12in
28 22 RECONCILIATE Le Page, US Prism 12in
29 30 THE BIG BANG Fantasy Ten, German ZYX 12in
30 11 I WANNA DANCE WITH SOMEBODY (WHO LOVES ME) (REMIX) Whitney Houston, Arista 12in