BEATS & PIECES
NIGEL WILTON is definitely, as recently rumoured, leaving Island’s club plugging team at the end of the month to join Steve Ripley’s dance music marketing department at CBS/Epic – but their club promotion will still for the time being be handled independently … Simon Walsh is updating the club DJ mailing list at Music Enterprises Ltd, The Courtyard, 42 Colwith Road, London W6 9EY (01-741 5515), who coincidentally handle a certain amount of work for CBS/Epic … Paul Gotel, previously Andrew Woods’ assistant, has taken over Power Promotions (Unit 302, The Metrostore, 5/10 Eastman Road, London W3 7QS, 01-746 1210), who likewise handle much CBS/Epic product … Adamski has remixed The House Crew ‘All We Wanna Do Is Dance’, appropriately as it’s the anthem of the Freedom To Party (in muddy fields!) campaign … U.F.I. stands for the Universal Funk Industry, their recently reviewed ‘Understand This Groove’ being due also as a Dave Dorrell & CJ Mackintosh remix … Olimpia is spelt that way because ‘You Want My Love’ was created by Italy’s Oli, Spinmaster MP, and DJ 1A … Cooltempo next week release the Belgian Bizz Nizz ‘Don’t Miss The Party Line’ … Tim Garbutt, about to make his vinyl debut as half of Trak 1, has successfully launched his own Hoof house and hip hop night, with guest DJs and PAs, every second Monday (March 19 included) at Harrogate’s Legends, and every Thursday from this week (15) at Bradford’s Rio … Justin Robertson and Greg Fenton’s Euro-based Spice night has moved in Manchester to Richfields every Sunday … DJ Tegwen has started a specialist electronic beat/new beat/hard beat Sex Beat Wednesday at Brighton’s Savannah … Steve Stuart, switching after eight years from the kids downstairs to the over-25s upstairs at Boston’s Elizabethan Club, is also about to hit the road with his own Outside Broadcast Unit, complete with generator, radio mic and backup crew … Mr Slick is keeping rollerdisco alive at Forest Gate’s Uppercut Rollerdisco Club, Friday being the crucial night … D Mob and Blacksmith’s already reviewed newies aren’t out commercially for another fortnight yet … Kate B’s ‘Free’, reviewed last week, should have been 123½bpm (quoted in The Club Chart though), while MC B. featuring Daisy Dee’s ‘This Beat Is Technotronic’ is in fact a cheeky cover version of an actual Technotronic album track! … Boney M have covered Izit’s ‘Stories’ … Ruby Red Records, claimed to be Wolverhampton’s only dance music shop (in Cleveland Street), needs more independent labels to supply it with releases that upfront DJ customers are otherwise missing (contact Mick or Malcolm on 0902 771186) … The Club Chart’s entry threshold keeps getting higher, as do the number of dance music releases trying to scrape in at even 100=, leaving a real log lam of well supported ‘bubblers’ from which last week’s next 10 were Stacy Lattisaw. Bizz Nizz, Paradise 10, Silver Bullet (Norman Cook Remix), Goodbye F.B.I., Dee’ Moe, Ryo Kawasaki & “Satellites”, Snap (Arista), Liquid Oxygen, Equation … Ram Jam, Jam Jam, Jam Tronik, Jam Machine — does everything these days have to have jam on it? … KICKIN’!
Reviewed by James Hamilton and Jon Dasilva (Hacienda)
TONGUE ‘N’ CHEEK ‘Tomorrow (Warehouse Mix)’ (120bpm) (Syncopate 12SY 14)
Frankie Knuckles remixed excellent smoothly thrumming timeless strider with a lovely soulful female lead, lush harmonies, cool male narration and slick orchestral noises, flipped by a sparser less vocal Frankie’s Favourite Garage Mix.
CASH CREW ‘One Decade’ (115bpm) (Vinyl Solution STORM 12, via SRD, 01-889 6555)
Fast talking Trim, Champain and DJ Loose from Ladbroke Grove are about to explode with this excellent jittery tumbling rap, the real thing, flipped by the bass, percussion, panting and giggling girls driven nervy instrumental ‘Amo‘ (123bpm), each refreshingly in only one mix.
FORCE LEGATO ‘System (Remix)’ (Jon Dasilva)
JANET JACKSON ‘Escapade (Shep’s Housecapade Mix)’ (115bpm) (Breakout USATDJ 684)
Janet and the stylistically similar Paula Abdul seem to be out of step with British dance tastes these days despite being hotter than hot in the States, this Shep Pettibone remixed thumpingly lurching then squeakily shuffling trotter sounding sweet enough to have pop appeal though not that exciting, in six mixes on promo (ahead of commercial release next week) with its Housecapade Dub, plus (all 116pm) Housecapade 7”, more jerkily bashing Shep’s Good Time Mix, The Good Time 7” and ponderously juddering The Get Away Dub treatments too.
INSPIRAL CARPETS ‘This Is How It Feels’ (Renegade Soundwave remixes) (Jon Dasilva)
ZEN ‘Denkimi Shakuhachi (Time And Space)’ (Jon Dasilva)
KICKING BACK featuring TAXMAN ‘Devotion’ (Jon Dasilva)
BILL WITHERS ‘Harlem ‘89’ (Jon Dasilva)
DON PABLO’S ANIMALS ‘Venus’ (Jon Dasilva)
BLACK BOX ‘I Don’t Know Anybody Else (We Got Salsoul Mix)’ (121¼bpm) (de/Construction PT43482)
They may be on the way down the chart now but would probably be falling even faster were it not for this far superior much more smoothly scampering remix by Daniele Davoli, flipped by his more percussive DJ Lelewel Mix and the roaring ‘Ride On Time (Massive Mix)’ (118¾bpm)
SALT-n-PEPA ‘Expression (Remixes)’ (107bpm) (ffrr FX 127)
Spectacularly unsuccessful in its originally released mixes, the jerkily jolting main Half-Step (107¾bpm) of which is still included, the rapping and singing girls’ jiggler is now brilliantly remixed here by Blacksmith with a mishmash of Seventies soul influences in the Brixton Bass and Dub Mixes, or a “hear ye, hear ye” prodded bumpily chugging UPSO Mix that’s apparently hotter (ahead of full release in a fortnight).
PLAZA ‘Yo-Yo (Ten Years Ago)’ (Debut Records DEBTX 3094, via Pacific)
Phonetic gruff muttering prodded and R2D2 twittered very commercial breezily pounding flier from Belgium, in Dance, Dutch, and percapella Ambiance Versions (123¾bpm), self explanatory Ska (123½bpm) and German (124bpm) Versions, increasingly hot on import and now due here.
JAM TRONIK ‘Another Day In Paradise (The Sidney Mix)’ (108¾bpm) (Debut Records DEBBTX 3093, via Pacific)
Phil Collins’ ironically worded recent US smash (last year’s Radio 1 listeners voted Best British Single), calmly crooned by a multi-tracked girl in a very commercial languidly chugging Europop treatment from Germany, here with a different harder new Ultimate Allstars Mix as well as the ‘Break 4 Love’ tempoed gruff guy muttered more electro ‘Get On The Raze‘ variation.
METRO ‘Journey Thru The N.Y. Underground’ (RePublic Records LICMLP 036)
Hot on import as ‘$1.15 Please’ but here retitled (though why not, more accurately, as ‘N. Y. Subway‘?) and turned into a six-tracker by the addition of the older unhurriedly percolating ‘Angel Of Mercy‘ and similar ‘Guardian Angel‘ (120½bpm), Rheji Burrell’s instrumental EP still has (all now fractionally faster) the attractive ambient ‘Brownstone Express’ (121½bpm), acidically snapping ‘Straphanger‘ (128¼pm), twittery bashing ‘Rush Hour‘ (120¼bpm), and friskily bounding ‘Turnstyle Turbulance‘ (127¼bpm).
POWER JAM Featuring CHILL ROB G ‘The Power’ (109bpm) (US Wild Pitch Records WP 1018)
As it says on the label, “a Wild Pitch reconstruction of a Logic reconstruction of a Wild Pitch production by DJ Mark, the 45 King”, which neatly tells you what it’s all about! A fast selling carbon copy of the current import smash by Snap, if you hadn’t realised, featuring the original rap that the German version was built around, with Instrumental (108¾bpm) and Acappella too. Talk about poetic justice!
DAVID PEASTON ‘We’re All In This Together’ (104bpm) (Geffen Records GEF70T)
Pleasant jiggly swingbeat-ish soulful swayer, soaring, scatting and roaring in the amateur night at the Apollo winner’s usual gospel derived style, A-sided by Teddy Riley & Gene Griffin’s Club Mix but proving to be rather hotter in the flip’s Frankie Knuckles & David Morales remixed Clubbed and Dubbed Mixes.
HISTORY featuring Q-TEE ‘Afrika (Love & Laughter Mix)’ (95¼bpm) (SBK.One 12SBK 7008)
Introed and overlaid by all the ambient clichés (warbling birds and mournful flute, you know the score by now!), this Soul II Soul-ishly tempoed slinky logger nevertheless stands out thanks to throatily lisping Q-Tee’s haunting conversational message rap, gently chatted and crooned through the rolling rhythm, flipped by a Martin Luther King ‘I Have A Dream’ overdubbed alternative King Mix (95½bpm) and Instrumental.
TURNTABLE ORCHESTRA ‘You’re Gonna Miss Me (A Guy Called Gerald Remixes)’ (RePublic Records LICT 012X)
Hippie Torrales & Paul Scott’s naggingly moaned jittery garage classic from late ’88 given Gerald’s update in the oddly titled now cleanly trotting Mangous Ye Mix (115¼bpm) and similar Funky Conga Mix (115bpm), flipped by an initially piano jangled Dub F.X. Mix (115bpm) and the less spacious seeming Original Club Mix (115½bpm), the old import’s 12″ Extended Ver.
STACY LATTISAW ‘What You Need (Club Version)’ (107½bpm) (Motown ZT 43500)
Timmy Regisford remixed jaunty brass and beefy bass prodded rolling chunky chugger, with a jiggly lurching 12” Remix, too (though Frankie Crocker was playing an even better instrumental dub on WBLS last Thanksgiving), hard to find until now it’s the far hotter UK B-side to the Johnny Gill duetted impassionedly wailing gospel-ish ‘Where Do We Go From Here’ (67bpm), in Extended Version and Radio Edit.
SILVER BULLET ‘Bring Forth The Guillotine (The Norman Cook Remix)’ (Tam Tam Records RTTT 013)
Norman’s soul revamps of last year’s rap are the ‘Twilight Zone’-ishly introed then bass rumbled jerky ska accented The Revolution Mix (123bpm), more ominous angry New Skool Mix (119½bpm). and ‘Magic’s Wand’/’Looking For The Perfect Beat’-ishly backed Old Skool Mix (123¼bpm), all big improvements I’d have thought.
JETZ ORKHESTRA ‘The Chase’ (Greedy B Records 12 GREEB 12. via G&W/The Total Record Company/BMG)
Soul Movement produced simple funky drummer throbbed shrill weezling synth ditty like ‘Axel F’ played on a Stylophone, with some nasal rap in the Rap Version or an Instrumental (110¼bpm), and a less good rapidly accelerating then steadily bashing Euro Version (103-123½bpm).
GOODBYE F.B.I. ‘Paradise Express’ (125bpm) (Urban URBX 48)
Station announcement introed and train choo choo-ed, yet also inevitably birds chirruped (well, it is Italian!), excitingly throbbing dramatic racer, basically instrumental with a more vocal twittery hip house-ish Express Version flip (and useful short stereo Trainappella!).
REAL BY REEL ‘Aftermath (Magic Juan Remix)’ (122bpm) (10 Records TENX303)
A March 26 released sampler to promote the upcoming ‘Techno II – The Next Generation‘ album, with this swimming synth tones washed lightly bounding electronic instrumental (by the early Eighties group of the same name!), probably not on the LP in this remix as also here in its more routinely acidic Album Version (123bpm), flipped with the mellow ambient instrumental PSYCHE ‘Elements‘ (124½bpm) and praying girl whispered Sueno Latino-ish OCTAVE ONE featuring Lisa Newberry ‘I Believe’ (126¼bpm).
CENTERFIELD ASSIGNMENT ‘Mi Casa’ (XL Recordings XLT-10)
Something of a ‘sleeper’ when imported on US Next Door Records back in the autumn of 1988, bubbling under for all of three months but only ever in The Club Chart (at 86) for the first week of that December, this Rick Pagan created samples woven shuffling and pulsing burbler was originally in four mixes but now here is in seven, the similar Mi Condo and Mi Garage, busier original Hot Radio (all 120bpm), throbbing Basement, twittery Acido, obscene Crowd Participation, original DJ’s Dope Long (all 119¾bpm).
LIQUID OXYGEN ‘The Planet Dance (Move Ya Body) (Club Dance)’ (123½bpm) (US Pyramix Productions PM-001)
‘Planet Rock’ goes house (sort of) for in interesting update of the jerkily lurching early electro style, cybertron vocoder and piping synth now joining repetitive female chants and bursts of grand piano, but not in the instrumental Dub Dance (121¼bpm), flipped by the Madness “hey you!” introed twittery burbling instrumental ‘You Have To Understand (Club Mix)’ (124bpm), with different short Beat Mix (123½bpm) and Liquid Groove (121½bpm) versions.
M.C. MIKER “G” ‘Show ‘M The Bass’ (126¼bpm) (A.1. Records 12A 1319)
Frantically scurrying corny ‘male Technotronic’ type leaper (by half of the ‘Holiday Rap’ duo – remember?), with Rebel MC sk’ouse punctuation, reviewed in fact off the High Fashion Music pressing from Holland that was promoed (In three mixes).
SCREAMIN’ RACHAEL ‘Rock Me (Vocal Mix)’ (122bpm) (US Westbrook BBWR 112)
Spoken rather than screamed, this Marshall Jefferson created flurrying wriggler couches its carnal invitation in surprisingly poetic imagery, but the X-Rated, Uncensored Mix (121¾bpm) is all sampled from ‘sex line’ ‘phonecalls so maybe not surprisingly the actual A-side is the stuttered, crooned and panted but otherwise instrumental Deep Underground Dub (122¼-122bpm)!
LARRY JOSEPH & SCIENCE ‘Believe In Your Heart’ (120bpm) (US Smokin’ TAI 126632)
Featuring the lead swapping and harmonising vocals of Fonda Rae, Leroy Burgess and Sharon Redd, this rambling garage canterer could be stronger – even the vocals, which at times seem tentative – but should attract nostalgic interest (in Club, Radio, and two Dub Mixes).
EXCLUSIVE T ‘Turn Up Those Party Lights’ (Champion CHAMP 12-211)
Not out fully until next month but already doing better than most of the label’s commercial releases, this Farley ‘Jackmaster’ Funk created guy rapped hip house lurcher is in samples accented chunky Afrique (121½bpm) and Chicago (121¼bpm) Mixes, less good starker Farley’s and Dub Mixes (121 bpm).
DOC BOX & B. FRESH ‘Slow Love’ (81¾bpm) (Motown ZT 43452)
‘Phonecall introed pleasant LL Cool J-like slinky romantic rap smoocher, here with Extended and Single Versions, or sultrier After Hours Mix and Radio Edit (more for once than in the US).
OLETA ADAMS ‘Rhythm Of Life (Full Length Version)’ (44½-89bpm) (fontana OLETA 112)
Currently playing piano for Tears For Fears although an incipient star in her own right, sultrily soulful Oleta’s gently weaving classy slow swayer takes a while to reach a Soul II Soul-ish rhythmic undertow in William Orbit’s A-side mix, but the flip’s 7-inch mix (89bpm) has it from the start and could be easier to use, with the acoustic piano trio backed jazzy good ‘Don’t Look Too Closely‘ too. Hot stuff!
ELLIS ‘D’ ‘I Will Survive’ (XL Recordings XLT-9)
Remixed from Junior Vasquez’s old album, Gloria Gaynor s previously archetypal female anthem is languidly intoned instead by a breathy chap through drily loping and pulsing House, Deep House (120¼bpm) and At The Club (120½bpm) Mixes, plus a jokey house clichés woven Nothing Like The Track Mix (124½bpm).
EQUATION ‘The Answer (Frankie Bones Long Division Mix)’ (119¾bpm) (Strictly Underground HEMAN 003)
Only briefly lukewarm in its original mixes on US Nugroove last June, this droning synth chorded instrumental is in a jittery burbling remix with its Frankie Bones Re-Equated Dub, and Ronald Burrell’s more snappily percussive X2 Mix (120bpm) – actually, I suspect, the original flip’s X3(RB) Mix.
Ryo Kawasaki & “SATELLITES” featuring Ilana Iguana ‘Pleasure Garden’ (US Satellites ST-109)
Attractively adenoidal girl cooed canterer in Inner City-ish Techno Mix (124½-125½v bpm), more episodically burbling ecological Amazon Mix (126-127v bpm), and shufflingly surging House Mix (126¼-127½-126v bpm) treatments, all fluctuating even more than indicated, plus the bonus track jittery twittery galloping ‘Acid Heat‘ (123¼-124¼bpm).
VARIOUS ‘Club Chicago‘ (Jive Chicago JIVE T 240)
A three-track EP with the Mr Lee co-produced aggressively foul mouthed vigorous hip house WHITE BOY MIKE ‘Something To Dance To (Club Mix)’ (121½-121¼bpm), previously warm jiggly scurrying LIZ TORRES ‘Payback Is A Bitch (What Goes Around Comes Around) (Club Mix)‘, (122¾bpm), and Cynthia M warbled attractive friskily galloping DJ PIERRE presents PHANTASIA ‘Come Fly With Me (70s House Mix)‘ (123¼bpm).
MAURICE & DA POSSE featuring Keith Fluitt ‘All Because Of You’ (US Vendetta Records VE-7032)
Remixed by Les Adams, this Colonel Abrams-Ish moaner is a simple chording synth driven jittery canterer in the House Mix and birds chirruped House Dub (121½bpm), or snappily jiggling fast swingbeat in the 12″ Club Mix (118½bpm), Mike Stevens & Emma Freilich keyboarded Jazzy Dub Mix and 7″ Piano (117¼bpm), and more soulful unretouched Original 7” (116½bpm).
PFANTASIA ‘Let’s Get Busy’ (125¼bpm) (US Hot Mix 5 Inc Records HMF EP 14)
In fact a DJ Pierre produced four tracker, with this LaVette sung stuttery bright little bounder, his own smurf intoned throbbing ‘I’m Feelin’ Good’ (124¾bpm), the J.R. moaned thumping acidic ‘Don’t Stop House Music‘ ( 125¾bpm), and Phortune’s butch “bass” and squeaky smurf combining urgently rattling ‘You Wanna Party‘ (127¾bpm).
DUBBS INC (Featuring Trevor Shakes) ‘Magic’ (116¾bpm) (Mango Street 12MNS 727)
Percussionist Gregory Craig and London DJ Paul Armstrong created, not surprisingly percussive throbbing Afro flavoured and Spanish guitar strummed, choppily harmonised chanting Britfunk canterer, flipped by a couple of Dubsonic Instrumentals (117bpm).
Possibly the largest and most exciting indoor legal rave takes place this Friday March 16 at the Brighton Centre, featuring Adamski, Guru Josh, Ashley & Jackson, Debbie Malone and the She Rockers as well as a host of top DJs such as Paul Anderson and Alfredo. With two main rooms. the Centre is capable of holding over five thousand people, and could hopefully see the start of regular co-operation between large venues and club organisers.
THE CLUB CHART – March 17, 1990
01 02 NATURAL THING (ELEVATION/SUNSET) Innocence, Cooltempo 12in
02 01 MOMENTS IN SOUL (MIXES) J.T. And The Big Family, Champion 12in
03 03 DUB BE GOOD TO ME Beats International, Go.Beat 12in
04 06 THE POWER Snap, German Logic Records 12in
05 13 GHETTO HEAVEN (THE JAZZIE B MIX) The Family Stand, Atlantic 12in promo
06 39 STRAWBERRY FIELDS FOREVER Candy Flip, Debut 12in
07 11 INFINITY (SPACEY SAXOPHONE MIX/1990’S: TIME FOR THE GURU) Guru Josh, de/Construction Records 12in
08 07 CHIME/DEEPER Oribital, Oh’Zone Records 12in limited edition/ffrr promo
09 58 WANTED (MIXES) Princess Ivori, Supreme Records 12in
10 06 REACH UP TO MARS (MIXES) Earth People, Champion 12in
11 14 ALL NIGHT LONG (MIXES) Jay Mondi And The Livin’ Bass, 10 Records 12in
12 27 WARRIOR (DISCO-TEK MIX) MC Wildski, Arista 12in
13 24 WE’RE COMIN’ AT YA (RAPPED UP-MIX) Quartz featuring Steps, Mercury/iTMusic 12in
14 59 YOU’RE GONNA MISS ME (A GUY CALLED GERALD’S REMIXES/DUB F.X. MIXE) Turntable Orchestra, RePublic Records 12in pre-release
15 15 WALK ON THE WILD SIDE (LOWER EAST SIDE MIXES) Beat System, Fourth & Broadway 12in
16 44 WHAT “U” WAITIN’ 4? (JUNGLE FEVER MIX/C. JUNGLE, C. JUNGLE) Jungle Brothers, Eternal 12in promo
17 41 RHYTHM OF LIFE (VERSIONS) Oleta Adams, fontana 12in
18 05 COME TOGETHER AS ONE (DEFINITIVE CLUB MIX) Will Downing, 4th + B’way 12in
19 19 JAILBREAK (HOUSE TIP)/JAILBREAK BEATS Paradox, Ronin Records 12in
20 18 DEVOTION (thE-MOTIVE MIX) Kicking Back with Taxman, 10 Records 12in
21 95 JOURNEY THRU THE N.Y. UNDERGROUND/$1.15 PLEASE (BROWNSTONE EXPRESS/RUSH HOUR) Metro, RePublic Records 12in EP
22 20 YOU’RE MINE (HARD CORE HIP HOUSE MIX) Reese featuring MC Slow Mello Flo, Kool Kat/Big Life 12in
23 38 THE POWER Power Jam featuring Chill Rob G, US Wild Pitch Records 12in
24 re DON’T MISS THE PARTY (MIXES) Bizz Nizz, Belgian BYTE Records 12in
25 12 SWEAT (SWEAT THE CLUB/LIGHT YEARS) Jay Williams, Urban 12in
26 35 MAMA GAVE BIRTH 2 THE SOUL CHILDREN (INFANT MIX) Queen Latifah & De La Soul, Gee Street 12in white label
27 10 FEELING GOOD (TOUCH 1/2/3) Pressure Drop, Big World 12in
28 17 LIVE TOGETHER (12”/BIG BEAT MIXES) Lisa Stansfield, Arista 12in
29 30 AFTER THE RAIN (NEW LIFE MIX) Tityo, Arista 12in
30 45 LOADED Primal Scream, Creation Records 12in
31 57 DON’T YOU LOVE ME (MIXES) 49’ers, Fourth & Broadway 12in
32 23 THE SERMON/(INSTRUMENTAL)/W.I.L.D. Ashley & Jackson, DFM Records 12in
33 — THIS BEAT IS TECHNOTRONIC (MIXES) MC B. featuring Daisy Dee, Big One 12in
34 50 PRO GEN (LAND OF OZ MIX)/LIGHTSPAN The Shamen, Tanzklang 12in pre-release
35 40 HEARTBEAT (CLIVILLES & COLE CLUB MIX)/FREE YOUR BODY (IT’S TIME TO GET HIP HOUSE) Seduction, US Vendetta Records 12in
36 75 I COME OFF (SOUTHERN COMFORT MIX) Young MC, US Delicious Vinyl 12in
37 70 TRIPPIN’ ON YOUR LOVE (MIXES) A Way Of Life, Eternal 12in promo
38 22 TALKING WITH MYSELF (FRANKIE KNUCKLES MIX) Electribe 101, Mercury 12in
39 53 THE HUMPTY DANCE (BONUS HUMP MIX) Digital Underground, BCM Records 12in
40 — GLAD YOU’RE IN MY LIFE (12” MIX) Shabazz, RCA 12in
41 36 ALL WE WANNA DO IS DANCE The House Crew, Production House 12in
42 28 BIG BOSS GROOVE (SN/APPINESS MIX/GOGO MIX) BBG, 12in white label
43 34 WE’RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER (MIXES) David Peaston, Geffen Records 12in
44 65 SPACE TALK (MIXES) Masters Of The Universe, Rumour Records 12in
45 56 YOU WANT MY LOVE (MIXES) Olimpia, Italian Meeting 12in/Citizen Kane Records promo
46 09 WHAT ABOUT THIS LOVE (EXTENDED VERSION) Mr. Fingers, ffrr 12in
47 29 NOTHING HAS BEEN PROVED (UK MIXES) The Strings Of Love, Breakout 12in
48 42 EXPRESSION (UPSO/BRIXTON MIXES) Salt-n-Pepa, ffrr 12in
49 98 EVERYTHING BEGINS WITH AN “E” E-Zee Posse, More Protein 12in
50 — DISCOVER ME (12”)/TOUCH ME (THE AMORE MIX) Alisha Warren 12in promo
51 54 AMAZING GRACE/I LOVE TO DANCE/GO BACK TO THE WORLD Vandal, US Nugroove 12in EP
52 68 PAWNS IN THE GAME Professor Griff and the Last Asiatic Disciples, US Luke Skyywalker 12in
53 — AFRIKA (LOVE & LAUGHTER MIX/KING MIX) History featuring Q-Tee, SBK.One 12in promo
54 49 FUTURE F.J.P./HEARTBEAT Liaisons D, de/Construction Records 12in
55 re FREE YOUR BODY (IT’S TIME TO GET HIP HOUSE)/TWO TO MAKE IT RIGHT (CLUB MIX/HOUSE DUB) Seduction, Breakout 12in
56 43 THAT’S THE WAY OF THE WORLD (ESSENTIAL BEAT MIX) D Mob featuring Cathy Dennis, ffrr 12in pre-release
57 — THE POWER (REMAKE) Snap, Arista 12in mailing list promo
58 37 TESTONE Sweet Exorcist, W.A.R.P./Outer Rhythm 12in
59 — VISIONS (MIXES) Robert Owens, US 4th + B’way 12in
60 — BELIEVE IN YOUR HEART (MIXES) Larry Joseph & Science, US Smokin’ 12in
61 60 GO 2 WORK/AHH GET IT/CAN’T HOLD BACK (U NO)/H.O.U.S.E. Doug Lazy, Atlantic LP
62 re 2 MUCH (MIXES) Paradise 10 featuring Less Stress, W.A.U. Recordings 12in
63 94 NOT THRU BEING WITH YOU (MIXES) Michael Jeffries with Karyn White, Warner Bros 12in
64 — BRING FORTH THE GUILLOTINE (THE REVOLUTION MIX/OLD SKOOL MIX/NEW SKOOL MIX) Silver Bullet, Tam Tam Records 12in
65 46 DOWN ON LOVE (MIXES) 1 World, ffrr 12in
66 61 WHOLE WIDE WORLD (WINGATE REMIXES) A’me Lorain, RCA 12in
67 64 I DON’T KNOW ANYBODY ELSE (WE GOT SALSOUL/DJ LELEWEL MIXES) Black Box, de/Construction Records 12in
68 — THE ANSWER (FRANKIE BONES REMIXES/BURRELL’S X² MIX) Equation, Strictly Underground 12in
69 — MUSICAL MELODY/WEIGHT FOR THE BASS (DIGI HOUSE MIX/3 TON MIX/ORIGINAL SOUNDYARD DUBPLATE MIX) Unique 3, 10 Records 12in pre-release
70 26 I DON’T KNOW ANYBODY ELSE (MIXES) Black Box, de/Construction Records 12in
71 — MOTHERLAND A-FRI-CA (ANOTHER MOTHER/CRY FREEDOM MIXES) Tribal House, Cooltempo 12in
72 66 LET THE WARRIORS DANCE RETRIP (MIXES) Addis Posse, Warriors Dance 12in
73 32 DUB BE GOOD TO ME (EXCURSION ON THE VERSION) Beats International, Go.Beat 12in
74 79 KEEP IT TOGETHER (SHEP PETTIBONE/DJ MARK MIXES) Madonna, US Sire 12in
75 31 NEED YOUR LOVIN’ Emma Haywoode, Boss Records 12in
76 — TOTAL STRANGER (NEW DECADE MIX 2/TROPICAL DREAM MIX) Terrajacks, RCA 12in pre-release
77 — THINKING ABOUT YOUR LOVE (PAUL SIMPSON REMIX/DEMOCRATIC 3 MIX/ORIGINAL 12”) Skipworth & Turner, 4th + B’way 12in pre-release
78 — NATURAL THING (THE COLLISION MIX/SUNSET MIX) Innocence, Cooltempo 12in
79 97 DIRTY CASH (MONEY TALKS) (MIXES) Adventures of Stevie V, Mercury 12in
80 77 THE POEM Bobby Konders’ House Rhythms, US Nugroove 12in
81 re THE GAS FACE/WORDZ OF WIZDOM (MIXES) 3rd Bass, Def Jam 12in
82 76 ANOTHER DAY IN PARADISE (THE SIDNEY MIX) Jam Tronik, Debut 12in
83 re FEELIN’ LOVE (SATURDAY LOVE) Olimax & DJ Shapps, T.D. Records, Inc 12in
84 — ENJOY (GOLDEN RAY ORIGINAL/PAUL OAKENFOLD’S FUTURE MIX) Solid Gold Easy Amex featuring Red Box, east west records 12in promo
85 86 THE DAWN Casa Nero, Breakout 12in pre-release
86 69 GET BUSY (DA REBEL/DA POSSE INSTRUMENTALS) Mr Lee, Jive 12in
87 re UNDERSTAND THIS GROOVE (I REALLY LOVE YOU) (MIXES) The U.F.I. featuring Frankie, Virgin 12in
88 — DON’T HOLD BACK (MIXES) Maureen Walsh, Urban 12in twinpack promo
89 — TOMORROW (MIXES) Tongue ‘N’ Cheek, Syncopate 12in pre-release
90 71 YO-YO (TEN YEARS AGO) (VERSIONS) Plaza, Debut 12in
91 — ROCK ME (VOCAL MIX/DEEP UNDERGROUND DUB/X-RATED, UNCENSORED MIX) Screamin’ Rachael, US Westbrook Records 12in
92 81 TAKE ME HIGHER (SUBLIMINAL MIX) Pisces, Reachin’ Records 12in
93 — THEY WANT TO BE FREE (MIXES) Joe Smooth, DJ International Records 12in mailing list promo
94 — THE RHYTHM, THE FEELING (12” VERSION) Rich Nice, Motown 12in
95 — WHAT ABOUT THIS LOVE (DRUM & BASS VOCAL/EVEN DEEPER MIX) Mr Fingers, ffrr 12in
96 re BRING FORTH THE GUILLOTINE (THE BEN CHAPMAN REMIX) Silver Bullet, Tam Tam Records 12in
97 re LET’S GET BUSY (PUMP IT UP)/BEAT’N THE ART SUMMER OF LOVE MIX Clubland feat Quartz, Swedish BTECH 12in
98 78 MAN MACHINE (MIXES) Man Machine, Outer Rhythm 12in
99 84 5678 (MIXES) Shut Up And Dance, GTi Records 12in white label
100= — ALL BECAUSE OF YOU (HOUSE MIX/DUB/JAZZY DUB/7” PIANO/ORIGINAL 7”) Maurice & Da Posse featuring Keith Fluitt, US Vendetta Records 12in
100= — NEW YORK, NEW YORK (MIXES) Wired, US Fourth Floor Records 12in