BEATS & PIECES
OLIMAX & DJ SHAPPS’ excellent but still hard to find remix of ‘Saturday Love’ is suddenly about to go “overground” in a big way, having been picked up for full release in a fortnight by Tabu (655 800) — who will, however, be crediting it as being by Cherrelle & Alexander O’Neal (which seems reasonable enough in the circumstances!), as a prelude to the relaunch of Cherrelle’s old album . . . Steve Ripley, remembered by older DJs as the award winning one-time club plugger at CBS, is once again assembling a fully fledged in-house dance music marketing department for all the CBS/Epic labels . . . Greater London’s first ‘incremental’ local radio station, JAZZ-fm comes on air formally at 6am this Sunday, March 4, but is already running a continuous test transmission on 102.2FM . . . Jon Williams, mixing really upfront Eurobeat at Mayfair’s Wall Street on Dilly Daily Thursdays and Red Square Saturdays, tips that Dave Pearce will be among the KISS-fm presenters come August . . . Chad Jackson, never busier, is remixing ‘The 900 Number’ — after all this time — to make it a virtually new track although still under The 45 King’s name . . . Soul II Soul’s ‘A Dream’s A Dream‘ is due as their sixth single in March, featuring ‘Glamazon’ Victoria Wilson-James (the first signing to their own new record company) . . . ffrr have now signed the previously limited edition, 800 pressings only, Orbital ‘Chime‘ for wider release . . . Mercury have for some reason only just fully released Adventures of Stevie V ‘Dirty Cash (Money Talks)‘, promoed since late October and in The Club Chart clear through November/December . . . K.Tronics Ensemble ‘House Of Calypso‘ is due for reissue as a remix to cater for continued demand around Manchester . . . Shep Pettibone’s chunkily shuffling Soul II Soul-ish 12-inch Remix, Dub, Instrumental, and more typically pop accented swingbeat-ish 12-inch Extended Mix of Madonna ‘Keep It Together’ (US Sire 0-21427), reviewed without BPMs last week by Norman, are all fractionally around 104¾bpm, while DJ Mark The 45 King and co-producer Stephen Bray’s different drily drummed rolling 12-inch Mix and Bonus Beats are fractionally around 103¼bpm . . . A Tribe Called Quest ‘I Left My Wallet In El Segundo’ (US Jive 1300-1-JD), the often raggamuffin accented mildly amusing story telling slow rap also recently reviewed by Norman, is in different lethargic Feature Length (89½bpm), and drums rumbled Talkie (97¾bpm) and Silent (99bpm) treatments, flipped on translucent green vinyl by the really funny ‘Pubic Enemy‘ (not a misprint!) in ‘Another One Bites The Dust’ bassed Saturday Night Virus Discomix (108bpm), and “scratch it” punctuated Talkie and Silent (109bpm) treatments — and treatment is what the fellah needs! . . . Chris Checkley and Louise Chantrell at CT Records (01-229 7329) reckon they’ve built such a good mailing list of 100 top DJs as a result of publicity in Record Mirror that they’re prepared to do independent club promotion for other labels! . . . Shoeburyness’s enterprising Ian Bunker (0702-297876) has become the UK and European representative for Chicago’s House Nation Records, Subculture, Hillbilly House, Hot Mix 5 Inc, StreetSide Records and other associated labels . . . Big Beat label producer Andrew ‘Komix’ Komis is now managed internationally by Neil Rushton’s Birmingham based Best Beat Music, alongside the likes of Kevin Saunderson, ‘Magic Juan’ Atkins and Derrick ‘Mayday’ May . . . Matthew Roberts, with Gary Jones and guests on Eclipse Wednesdays at Chester’s Rendezvous or alone on Xtra Large Mondays at Wrexham’s Cotton Club, is offering good money for top class PAs, live acts and guest DJs (0978-751499 after 5pm) . . . KISS-fm’s latest, 7th Record Fair is once again at Highgate’s Jacksons Lane Community Centre this Sunday (4) between 10am-4pm, rare groove collecting fanatics being advised to get there early before the goodies are gone . . . Epsom’s Diamond Duel record shop manager and renowned 6T’s pioneering DJ, Tony Rounce, is taking over from Nick Gordon Brown running the Impulse Promotions DJ mailing list . . . Breakout are promoting the re-release of ‘Love Together’ by circulating pairs of L.A. Mix emblazoned white cotton sports socks! . . . IT’S SUCH A GOOD VIBRATION!
Reviewed by James Hamilton and Jay Strongman
QUEEN LATIFAH & DE LA SOUL ‘Mama Gave Birth 2 The Soul Children (Extended Vocal)’ (107½bpm) (Gee Street GEE T26)
Due commercially next week but not surprisingly huge already on white label, the Princess Of The Posse’s hottest album track is now excitingly remixed by CJ Mackintosh & John Waddell to become much more beefily chugging in the guesting De La Soul’s style than it was on LP, flipped by alternative The Secondary and instrumental The Primary Mixes (107¾bpm), a surefire smash.
A’ME LORAIN ‘Whole Wide World (Wingate 12″ House Remix)’ (104½bpm) (RCA PT 49294)
This remorseless bass thumped and piano jangled jiggly ‘Last Night A DJ Saved My Life’-ish lurcher and its less vocal Wingate House Dub Remix are not surprisingly the treatments that eventually attracted UK attention to last autumn’s US ‘True Love’ movie tune, rather than its Paula Abdul-ish squeakily juddering Elliot Wolff 12-inch (105bpm) pop version, rightly relegated to the flip now it’s out here.
SEDUCTION ‘Free Your Body (It’s Time To Get Hip House)’ (120½bpm) (Breakout USAF679)
Less to do with Seduction as a girl group and more to do with them as an outlet for producers Clivilles & Cole, this guys rapped and samples studded hip house import coupling of ‘Heartbeat’ has proved so hot in its own right that it’s been added to the UK re-release of the girls’ US smash ‘Two To Make It Right’, the latter now just in catchily chanted vigorously jittering Latin hip hop The Club Mix (115-115¼bpm) and alternative bassily rumbling instrumental The House Dub (121bpm) treatments.
J.T. AND THE BIG FAMILY ‘Moments In Soul’ (102½-102¾v bpm) (Champion CHAMP 12-237)
Massive on Italian import for nearly three months, Max Art of D.J. Co’s clever chunkily jogging swayer is built from the Soul II Soul ‘Back To Life’ beat, Art Of Noise ‘Moments In Love’ melody, O’Jays ‘For The Love Of Money’ bass and some Led Zeppelin drums amongst other elements, the ways and order in which they’re combined varying between the A-side and the alternative ‘AA’ Mix (102¼-102½bpm), here with the birds chirruped ambient house instrumental ‘Eden 90‘ (119bpm) as a good bonus track, too.
BEAT SYSTEM ‘Walk On The Wild Side (Lower East Side Mix)’ (102bpm) (Fourth & Broadway 12 BRW 163)
Instantly exploding, and eclipsing Jamie J Morgan’s rival revival in the process, the Bath based duo of scratching Moles DJ/producer Derek Pierce and vocalist Joe Nye (although surely the slinky quavering here is by a girl?) rework Lou Reed’s classic to a moodily tugging combination of Timmy Thomas and Soul II Soul-type beats (Instrumental and rhythmless Ambient Mix too), bang on target for today.
JAY MONDI AND THE LIVIN’ BASS ‘All Night Long (Club Mix)’ (103bpm) (10 Records TENX 304)
Out fully in a fortnight but far too hot to hold, Chris Paul has produced his girlfriend Julie in a blinding Soul II Soul-type drums tapped (and Tom Browne trumpet accented) wriggly jogging remake of the Mary Jane Girls’ classic, flipped by its 7″ Mix and the jazzily ambient more jerkily drifting ‘Way To Go’ (102bpm).
JAY WILLIAMS ‘Sweat (Sweat The Club)’ (120½bpm) (Urban URBX 50)
Sneakily nagging and huge already on Big Beat import, this raspingly moaned muscular sinuous garage burbler boasts about the sweat caused by his claimed ceaseless efforts to end apartheid, with Dripping Dub and Light Years instrumentals (120bpm)… although exactly how altruistic a personal sacrifice is, as he lets slip, “I ain’t gonna stop dancin’ until you set them free”? Oops!
SNAP The Power’ (108¾bpm) (Arista 613 133)
Actually out here this week, although as a fractionally slower now Chill Rob G-less re-recording rather than in the import version (109bpm) reviewed last week (and with another promised “fierce” remix to follow), the apparently Brixton recorded though Germany originated, Russian radio introed sombre chunkily lurching jitterer has bursts of male rap repeatedly interspersed by a girl’s “I’ve got the power” declarations, which alone still punctuate its Dub and are fleshed out with soulful choruses on an alternative UK-only shorter dubwise 7″ Playback Mix.
BEATS INTERNATIONAL ‘Dub Be Good To Me (Norman Cook’s Excursion On The Version)’ (95¾bpm) (Go.Beat GOD XR 39)
Contributing greatly to their pop chart rise last week, this excellent Archie Bell ‘Don’t Let Love Get You Down’ bassed jogging remix is actually on the B-side but is actually much stronger than the disjointedly reggaefied Smith And Mighty Remix (96¼bpm) and stark Smith And Mighty Mellow Mix (96bpm).
DR BAKER ‘Kaos’ (Jay Strongman)
FARLEY ‘JACKMASTER’ FUNK ‘Real Hip House’ (Jay Strongman)
EXCLUSIVE T ‘Turn Up Those Party Lights’ (Jay Strongman)
MARK IMPERIAL ‘The Love I Lost’ (Jay Strongman)
MOSES P ‘Raining Rhymes’ (Jay Strongman)
MICHEL’LE ‘No More Lies’ (Jay Strongman)
HIP HOP ARTISTS AGAINST APARTHEID ‘Ndodemnyama (Free South Africa)’ (Jay Strongman)
ROB ‘N’ RAZ WITH LEILA K ‘Rok The Nation’ (Jay Strongman)
EARTH PEOPLE ‘Reach Up To Mars’ (121¼bpm) (Champion CHAMP 12-239)
Hot already on import and due here next week, Joey Longo’s lightly leaping Dexter Wansel ‘Life On Mars’ inspired jazz-funk house instrumental is simple and exciting in Martian, Raw and 808 Bonus Mixes, with woofer rattling bass resonance booming through at times especially in the latter.
CASA NERO ‘The Dawn’ (123¾-123¼bpm) (Breakout USAT 687)
Previously known as just Casa when ’15 Minutes’ was a hot white label two years ago, New Jersey’s Antonio Valesquez and Wolfgang Prinz are joined by groaning Gina D for this birds chirruped cheerfully jittering Sueno Latino-ish instrumental canterer, with an alarm clock going off near the end, flipped by the (legally, as on the same label) Janet Jackson title line sampling and girl wailed speedier jangling Italo house-style ‘Ain’t No Acid In This House (Sardinia Mix and Dub)’ (127¼bpm). Casa Nero, of course, translates as ‘Black House’.
BOO-YAA TRIBE ‘Raid’ (Jay Strongman)
THE LONDON POSSE ‘Live Like The Other Half Do’ (Jay Strongman)
OH WELL ‘Radar Love (12″ Extended Mix)’ (108bpm) (Parlophone 12R 6244)
Dutch rock group Golden Earing’s 1973 classic in a simple bouncily chugging and chanting German pop revival, flipped by the old Music Factory UK Mix of the Fleetwood Mac reviving ‘Oh Well’ (110½bpm), and dull ‘new beat’-ish ‘Stop The World’ (95bpm).
BLACKSMITH ‘Hold You Back’ (ffrr FXDJ 130)
Promoed as a 33⅓rpm six-tracker, this basically Seventies Philly Soul styled emphatic canterer is in the Dancin’ Danny D remixed sharply snicking Slammin’ Mix Parts I & II (123½bpm), High On Dub and Acca-Boogie, and their own looser more datedly soulful 4 Track Demo (all 123¼bpm), plus – perhaps the hottest – the MC Mello rapped different more chunkily trotting Brixton Bass Mix (114¾bpm).
49ERS ‘Don’t You Love Me’ (Jay Strongman)
THE SHAMEN ‘Pro-Gen (Land Of Oz Mix)’ (120bpm) (German Tanzklang KK LANG 69)
Paul Oakenfold produced throbbing dance-rock pounder with an acidic tinge and bursts of Beastie Boys-ish “move any mountain” repetition, flipped by the Ben Chapman produced gently burbling more subtle ‘Lightspan‘ (117½bpm), out here in a fortnight.
THE U.F.I. (featuring Frankie) ‘Understand This Groove (I Really Love You)’ (Virgin VST 1247)
Originally intended for 10 Records release, this bassily twittered ‘Twilight’-ishly accented gentle house burbler is soulfully moaned by gospel singer Frankie Madrid, in 33⅓rpm white labelled The Razor Sharp Mix and Dub Appella (118bpm) or more tightly throbbing Colonel’s Deadline and The ‘Magic’ Johnson’s Elbow Mixes (121¼bpm) — that’s what it says, no knowing what it means! Incidentally, matrix number perusers may also be wondering, who is Captain Quatro?
JIVE BUNNY & THE MASTERMIXERS ‘That Sounds Good To Me‘ (197-192-196bpm) (Music Factory Dance MFDT 004, via BMG)
Based on the Blues Brothers’ version of Solomon Burke’s ‘Everybody Needs Somebody To Love’, without much (if any) John Anderson Big Band this time although as usual prodded by some Chubby Checker exhortations, this tears more frantically than ever also through a central mix of Little Richard ‘Long Tall Sally’/’Ooh! My Soul’/’Keep A Knockin’’, Chuck Berry ‘Roll Over Beethoven’, The Champs ‘Tequila’, and Ernie Maresca ‘Shout Shout (Knock Yourself Out)’, due next week.
MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE ‘Space Talk’ (123½bpm) (Rumour Records RUMAT 11)
Reissue on a different label of the attractively cantering Sueno Latino-ish instrumental, now in just its Hyper Spaced, Spaced Out, and tempoless Piano Reprised Mixes, plus the addition from its original parent Strictly Underground EP of the Loleatta Holloway-ishly wailed ‘Check It Out (Hit & Run)‘ (125¼bpm).
SOUL II SOUL ‘Keep On Movin’ (Love To Love You Baby SweMix)’ (92¾-93bpm) (CHR 005)
Apparently from the Swedish SWEMIX series though here mysteriously white labelled, this Soul II Soul and Donna Summer combining languidly meandering drifter is flipped by a beefily weaving bass snapped instrumental treatment with dialogue of RED BOX ‘Enjoy’ (103¾bpm), so I am told.
BBG ‘Big Boss Groove (Sn/appiness Mix)’ (106bpm) (BOSS-1)
Cryptically white labelled Soul II Soul ‘Happiness’-like piano plonked jittery yet lush instrumental swayer, with a similar though slightly more swingbeat-ish Trouble Funk prodded GoGo Mix alternative A-side.
KID ‘N PLAY ‘Funhouse (The House We Dance In)’ (113¼bpm) (US Select FMS 62356)
Hurby Luvbug & The Invincibles produced funkily bumping but not terribly special unison rap from the motion picture ‘House Party’ (instrumental and acappellas too).
MAGIC CONCEPT ‘Unstoppable’ (124bpm) (Rumour Records RUMAT 10)
Confusingly credited as being by Local Concept when originally imported on X Energy Records, another scurrying Italo house galloper with last year’s grand piano sound, wailing females and stuttery raps (Dub Mix flip, although other missing short mixes are listed too).
SHABAZZ ‘Glad You’re In My Life (12″ Mix)’ (102½bpm) (RCA PT 49292)
The Eric ‘Vietnam’ Sadler co-produced Strong Islanders’ lovely jogging mellow soul swayer is here coupled on promo by its Extended and Dub Versions (103bpm), although according to the label copy one of these should have been the 12″ Mix of the amusingly worded P’funkily bumping ‘Where’s Your Head (Between Your Shoulders Or Between Your Legs?)‘ (105bpm) — which may well be rectified by the time it’s out commercially next week!
RICH NICE ‘The Rhythm, The Feeling (12″ Version)’ (109bpm) (Motown ZT 43458)
Terrific buoyant new jack swing jiggler building up its rap syncopation before chugging remorselessly along (two dubs plus a more tightly vocal Single Version here, too).
ADDIS POSSE ‘Let The Warriors Dance Retrip (Warriors Charge Mix)’ (123bpm) (Warriors Dance WAFT 14, via Spartan)
George Kranz ‘Din Daa Daa’ scatted and girls chanted, though basically instrumental, funky drummered yet also acidically twiddled good percussive jiggler, also in twittery Addis Acid (122¾-123bpm), thinner Funky Funky Drum Drum (123¼-123bpm), and stereo panning bassy Live & Def (123-123¼bpm) Mixes.
REESE featuring MC Slow Mello Flo ‘You’re Mine (Hard Core Hip House)’ (124¼bpm) (Kool Kat/Big Life KOOL T 511)
Kevin ‘Reese’ Saunderson has a guest male rapper for this Bad Boy Bill mixed, Rockers Revenge ‘Walking On Sunshine’ punctuated jerkily jittering hip house bounder, but alone handles the flip’s ambient monkishly hummed ‘The Heavens’ instrumental, in Dave Morales’ sparse Spiritual Mix (120bpm) and Derrick May’s probably more usefully pulsing Mayday Mix (119½bpm).
BIZZ NIZZ ‘Don’t Miss The Party Line’ (119¾bpm) (Belgian BYTE Records BYTE 12002)
Simple chiming synth nagged and corny rap prodded chugging Belgian exhortation to dance, a cheering audience kicking off the Euro-Mix or carrying on right through the Incrowd Version, thus making the former possibly preferable.
THE CLUB CHART – March 3, 1990
01 02 NATURAL THING (ELEVATION/SUNSET) Innocence, Cooltempo 12in
02 06 MOMENTS IN SOUL (MIXES) J.T. And The Big Family, Champion 12in
03 01 DUB BE GOOD TO ME Beats International, Go.Beat 12in
04 04 LIVE TOGETHER (12”/BIG BEAT MIXES) Lisa Stansfield, Arista 12in
05 05 GOT TO HAVE YOUR LOVE (MIXES) Mantronix (featuring Wondress), Capitol 12in
06 21 THE POWER/(DUB) Snap, German Logic Records 12in
07 03 GET UP! (BEFORE THE NIGHT IS OVER) (DANCE ACTION/DEF MIXES) Technotronic featuring Ya Kid K, Swanyard Records Limited 12in
08 24 REACH UP TO MARS (MIXES) Earth People, US Underworld Records 12in
09 09 WALK ON THE WILD SIDE (LOWER EAST SIDE MIXES) Beat System, Fourth & Broadway 12in
10 07 DER ERDBEERMUND (GET INTO MAGIC MIX/INSTRUMENTAL MAGIC) Culture Beat – featuring Jo Van Nelsen, Epic 12in
11 12 JAILBREAK (HOUSE TIP)/JAILBREAK BEATS/SOUL FEELS FREE (MIXES) Paradox, Ronin Records 12in
12 28 WARRIOR (DISCO-TEK MIX) MC Wildski, Arista 12in
13 25 DEVOTION (thE-MOTIVE MIX) Kicking Back with Taxman, 10 Records 12in
14 08 MOTHERLAND A-FRI-CA (FREEDOM MIX) Tribal House, Cooltempo 12in
15 16 INFINITY (SPACEY SAXOPHONE MIX/1990’S: TIME FOR THE GURU) Guru Josh, de/Construction Records 12in
16 47 CHIME/DEEPER Oribital, Oh’Zone Records 12in limited edition/ffrr promo
17 51 ALL NIGHT LONG (MIXES) Jay Mondi And The Livin’ Bass, 10 Records 12in pre-release
18 97 MAMA GAVE BIRTH 2 THE SOUL CHILDREN (INFANT MIX) Queen Latifah & De La Soul, Gee Street 12in white label
19 11 WHAT ABOUT THIS LOVE (VERSIONS) Mr. Fingers, ffrr 12in
20 22 COME TOGETHER AS ONE (DEFINITIVE CLUB MIX) Will Downing, 4th + B’way 12in
21 — MI CASA (MI CONDO/MI GARAGE/HOT RADIO/ORIGINAL DJ’S DOPE/MI BASEMENT/ACIDO/CROWD PARTICIPATION) Centerfield Assignment, XL Recordings 12in
22 10 I DON’T KNOW ANYBODY ELSE (MIXES) Black Box, de/Construction Records 12in
23 29 DUB BE GOOD TO ME (NORMAN COOK’S EXCURSION ON THE VERSION/SMITH & MIGHTY REMIX/ MELLOW MIX) Beats International, Go.Beat 12in
24 31 AFTER THE RAIN (NEW LIFE MIX) Tityo, Arista 12in
25 26 SWEAT (SWEAT THE CLUB) Jay Williams, US Big Beat 12in/Urban promo
26 18 SPACE SHUTTLE (MIXES) Gil Scott-Heron, Castle Communications 12in
27 17 FEELING GOOD (TOUCH 1/2/3) Pressure Drop, Big World 12in
28 52 YOU’RE MINE (HARD CORE HIP HOUSE MIX)/THE HEAVENS (SPIRITUAL MIX/MAYDAY MIX) Reese featuring MC Slow Mello Flo, Kool Kat/Big Life 12in pre-release
29 38 GHETTO HEAVEN (THE JAZZIE B MIX) The Family Stand, Atlantic 12in promo
30 48 TESTONE Sweet Exorcist, W.A.R.P./Outer Rhythm 12in
31 20 HEARTBEAT (CLIVILLES & COLE CLUB MIX)/FREE YOUR BODY (IT’S TIME TO GET HIP HOUSE) Seduction, US Vendetta Records 12in
32 27 WE’RE COMIN’ AT YA (MIXES) Quartz featuring Steps, Mercury/iTMusic 12in
33 13 TALKING WITH MYSELF (FRANKIE KNUCKLES MIX) Electribe 101, Mercury 12in
34 30 DOWN ON LOVE (MIXES) 1 World, ffrr 12in pre-release
35 14 THE SERMON/W.I.L.D. Ashley & Jackson, DFM Records 12in
36 60 WANTED Princess Ivori, Supreme Records 12in mailing list promo
37 33 NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED (UK MIXES) The Strings Of Love, Breakout 12in pre-release
38 23 TAKE ME HIGHER (SUBLIMINAL/90’S MIXES) Pisces, Reachin’ Records 12in
39 53 OZONE BREAKDOWN (UPRISING MIX)/PROBABLY A ROBBERY (12 GAUGE TURBO) Renegade Soundwave, Mute 12in
40 32 BIG BOSS GROOVE (SN/APPINESS MIX/GOGO MIX) BBG, 12in white label
41 34 GET INTO IT (MIXES) Tony Scott, Champion 12in
42 72 STRAWBERRY FIELDS FOREVER Candy Flip, Debut 12in
43 57 MAN MACHINE (MIXES) Man Machine, Outer Rhythm 12in
44 15 N-R-G/VIVA CITY Adamski, MCA Records 12in
45 49 YOUR LIES (THE BIG CLUB MIX)/BASSED ON DIONNE Dionne, CityBeat 12in
46 78 NEED YOUR LOVIN’ Emma Haywoode, Boss Records 12in
47 — LOADED Primal Scream, Creation Records 12in
48 43 AMAZING GRACE/I LOVE TO DANCE/GO BACK TO THE WORLD Vandal, US Nugroove 12in EP
49 93 YOU WANT MY LOVE (MIXES) Olimpia, Italian Meeting 12in/Citizen Kane Records promo
50 56 UNDERSTAND THIS GROOVE (MIXES) The U.F.I. (featuring Frankie), Virgin 12in white label
51 65 FUTURE F.J.P./HEARTBEAT Liaisons D, de/Construction Records 12in
52 37 SILLY GAMES (HACIENDA/BONESBREAK SIDES) Arthur Baker & The Backbeat Disciples featuring Robert Owens, Breakout 12in pre-release
53 45 I’LL BE GOOD TO YOU (GOOD FOR YOUR SOUL MIX) Quincy Jones featuring Ray Charles and Chaka Khan, Qwest 12in
54 — THE POEM/(VERSION)/MASSAI WOMEN/(DUB)/LET THERE BE HOUSE/NERVOUS ACID Bobby Konders’ House Rhythms, US Nugroove 12in
55 40 DON’T MISS THE PARTY (VERSIONS) Bizz Nizz, Belgian BYTE Records 12in
56 75 THE GAS FACE/WORDZ OF WIZDOM (MIXES) 3rd Bass, Def Jam 12in
57 90 ILLEGAL SEARCH (MIXES)/JINGLING BABY (REMIX) LL Cool J, US Def Jam 12in
58 44 LET THE WARRIORS DANCE RETRIP (MIXES) Addis Posse, Warriors Dance 12in
59 76 DEXTROUS (MIXES) Nightmares On Wax, WARP Records/Outer Rhythm 12in
60 — PAWNS IN THE GAME/LAST ASIATIC DISCIPLES/LOVE THY ENEMY Professor Griff and the Last Asiatic Disciples, US Luke Skyywalker 12in
61 re BLACKMAN (CLUB/ALTERNATIVE CLUB/RADIO MIXES) Tashan, OBR 12in
62 35 HOLD YOU BACK (MIXES) Blacksmith, ffrr 12in promo
63 66 DIRTY CASH (MONEY TALKS) (MIXES) Adventures of Stevie V, Mercury 12in
64 50 STAY CLOSE (MIXES) Mondeé Oliver, Fourth & Broadway 12in
65 70 $1.15 PLEASE (VERSIONS) Metro, US Nugroove 12in
66 54 TIME TO SAY PEACE (REMIX) Poor Righteous Teachers, Profile 12in
67 79 SPACE TALK (MIXES)/CHECK IT OUT (HIT & RUN) Masters Of The Universe, Rumour Records 12in
68 83 LOVE ME TRUE (LITTLE LOUIE VEGA REMIX) Kimiesha Holmes, Kool Kat/Big Life 12in
69 86 THE HUMPTY DANCE (MIXES) Digital Underground, BCM Records 12in
70 77 GET BUSY (LIDELL TOWNSELL/DA REBEL/DA POSSE REMIXES) Mr Lee, US Jive 12in
71 74 LET’S GET BUSY (PUMP IT UP)/BEAT‘N THE ART SUMMER OF LOVE MIX Clubland feat Quartz, Swedish BTECH 12in
72 91 UNSTOPPABLE/(DUB MIX) Magic Concept, Rumour Records 12in
73 87 WALK ON BY (CLUB) Sybil, PWL Records 12in
74 39 LET THERE BE HOUSE (THE A² ZEN MIXES/WESTBAM MIX) Deskee, Big One 12in
75 — WHAT “U” WAITIN’ 4? (JUNGLE FEVER MIX/C. JUNGLE, C. JUNGLE/LOVE RIDE AND ORCHESTRA MIX)/J. BEEZ COMIN’ THROUGH (REMIX) Jungle Brothers, Eternal 12in promo
76 61 5678 (MIXES) Shut Up And Dance, GTi Records 12in white label
77 63 INFINITY (ORIGINAL MIXES) Guru Josh, Infinity Records 12in
78 99 ALL WE WANNA DO IS DANCE The House Crew, Production House 12in
79 — I COME OFF (MIXES) Young MC, US Delicious Vinyl 12in
80 73 AMOEBA/MUSICA DE AMOR A Man Called Adam, Ritmo Recordings 12in
81 85 THE WAY YOU MOVE (RICHIE RICH REMIX) Troy Taylor, Gee Street 12in
82 92 LOVE TOGETHER (1990 MIX/BANJI LOVERS DUB) LA Mix featuring Kevin Henry, Breakout 12in
83 64 BOUNTY KILLERS (MIXES) Depth Charge, Vinyl Solution 12in
84 — I FOUND LOVIN’/COME AND GET YOUR LOVIN’/I LIKE YOUR LOVE (I LIKE IT)/SURRENDER/WHAT GOES AROUND, COMES AROUND/IN MY HOUSE/DANCE WITH ME/GIVING MY LOVE TO YOU/LOVE HIGH/BRAZILIAN LADY Jeff Redd, US Uptown Records LP
85 — FREE YOUR BODY (IT’S TIME TO GET HIP HOUSE)/TWO TO MAKE IT RIGHT (THE CLUB MIX/HOUSE DUB) Seduction, Breakout 12in
86 — WANTED (MANTRONIX REMIX/CLUB IT 90 VERSION/N.Y. TWILIGHT MIX) Princess Ivori, Supreme Records 12in pre-release
87 42 PLAY IT AGAIN (THE LOS NINOS MIX/”WHY DON’T YOU TRY THIS SIDE” MIX) Out Of The Ordinary, German Abfahrt 12in/Supreme Records promo
88 re WHEN CAN I CALL YOU (MIXES) Lisa Lee, US Nugroove 12in
89 — AHH GET IT/CAN’T HOLD BACK (U NO)/GO 2 WORK/FUNKY BEAT/H.O.U.S.E./DOUG LAZY GETTIN’ CRAZY/U REALLY WANNA/I CAN’T GET ENOUGH/LET THE RHYTHM PUMP/LET IT ROLL Doug Lazy, US Atlantic LP
90 — PRO GEN (LAND OF OZ MIX)/LIGHTSPAN The Shamen, Tanzklang 12in pre-release
91 — TALKING WITH MYSELF (NEXT BIG THING MIX/RIDDIM MIX/DUB) Electribe 101, Mercury 12in promo
92 89 LOVE ON LOVE (MOUTHQUAKE MASTER MIX) Dr. Mouthquake, More Protein 12in
93 re PAIN/(INSTRUMENTAL) Lee Marrow, Champion 12in
94 — DON’T STOP (YOUR LOVE) Pandella, US New Jersey Sounds 12in
95 re WHOLE WIDE WORLD (WINGATE REMIXES) A’me Lorain, US RCA 12in
96 — 2 MUCH (OUT OF THIS WORLD/MAD WORLD MIXES) Paradise 10, W.A.U. Recordings 12in white label
97 81 HAPPENIN’ ALL OVER AGAIN (MIXES) Lonnie Gordon, Supreme Records 12in
98 re FEELIN’ LOVE (SATURDAY LOVE) Olimax & DJ Shapps, TD Records, Inc 12in
99 — GET BUSY (DA REBEL/DA POSSE INSTRUMENTALS) Mr Lee, Jive 12in
100= 100= THE DAWN/AIN’T NO ACID IN THIS HOUSE (SARDINIA MIX/DUB) Casa Nero, Breakout 12in pre-release
100= 95 KEEP IT TOGETHER (PETTIBONE MIXES/DJ MARK MIXES) Madonna, US Sire 12in