BEATS & PIECES
IN THE currently fast moving world of radio, events can overtake each other, and, since last week’s column was printed, at the conveniently timed annual general meeting of Manchester’s Sunset 102FM the shareholders demanded reinstatement of the station’s founder Mike Shaft, who is now back in charge, the only major change being temporary closure of the news room’s full service . . . London’s latest 24 hour incremental station, Choice FM starts up on 96.9FM at 10am this Saturday, promising category defying “good” music (though it has a line-up of soul, dance and reggae DJs) through the mornings before broadcasting specialist ethnic services after lunch . . . Viceroy will be marketing Andrew ‘Komix’ Komis’s own New Jersey Sounds label here, debuting as in the US with Pandella ‘Don’t Stop (Your Love)‘ . . . 808 State’s ‘The Extended Pleasure Of Dance’ EP, with its main two tracks already promoed, adds only the Jimi Hendrix wah-wah started abrasive spacey ‘Dr Who’-ish synth tones jolted ‘Cubik‘ (124bpm) to the jerkily churning twittery ‘Cobra Bora (Call The Cops Mix)’ (119¾bpm) and rambling slow jittery ‘Ancodia (Taters Deep Nit Funky Beat Mix)’ (106¼bpm) . . . Tongue ‘N’ Cheek’s commercial 12-inch of ‘Tomorrow’ (due next week) will couple Frankie Knuckles’ promoed Warehouse Mix with the new (unless it’s his Favourite Garage Mix retitled) Def Piano Dub, an Acappella, and ‘Encore (Recall Rap Mix)’ . . . Dee’ Moe ‘One Step At A Time’ is out commercially next week with a new slithery brass accented Horny Mix (98½bpm) as flip to the Nomad Mix (remixer Nomad Soul turns out to be no relation of Damon ‘Nomad’ Rochefort, but is Soul II Soul’s engineer Howie Bernstein) . . . Selly Oak’s Loading Bay Records Hi-NRG label (contact Duncan Finlayson on 021-472 2463, afternoons) is handling its own distribution now, along with Greyhound, and currently has on release the girls cooed Giorgio Moroder penned thumping Obsession ‘Never Ending Story‘ (121¾bpm) (LBAY-9), ‘West Side Story’ NRG-ising US hit Vicki Shepard ‘Somewhere (There’s A Place For Us)‘ (128bpm) (LBAY-8), Italian galloping Jayne & Jill ‘Lay, Lay, Baby, Lay‘ (129¾bpm) (LBAY-7), double-sided frisky Italian Dandy ‘Cassanova‘ (129¾bpm)/Maria Gomez ‘Hungry For Fame (I Am A Star)‘ (129¼bpm) (LBAY-6), also double-sided Italian Van Halen NRG-ising Eskimo ‘Jump‘ (129¾bpm)/Mark Farina ‘To My Heart‘ (119bpm) (LBAY-5), plus by now the unheard Ankie Bagger ‘Where Were You Last Night‘ (LBAY-10) . . . ‘Keep It Together‘, Madonna’s first ‘street cred’ club hit in yonks, will only be the UK B-side to ‘Vogue‘, the latter not from her LP (and hopefully nothing to do with that non-starter of a hyped dance craze) . . . Kicking Back with Taxman PA this Thursday (29) at Ladbroke Grove’s Sub Club (off the Portobello Road in Subterrania) . . . UK rappers dominate at Brixton’s The Fridge this weekend, with Stevie V PA-ing on Saturday, while Silver Bullet and Merlin guest at Sunday’s noon-11pm Chillin alldayer with DJs Cutmaster Jay, DJ Face, Grooverider, Fabio, Valentine, DJ Biznizz and DJ Bones — and the following Sunday (April 8) the normal evening session there has Ultramagnetic MC’s and Blade with DJ Pogo . . . DJs like Andy Weatherall, Paul Gotel, Spence, Chad Jackson and DJ Charles jock on two levels every Friday at Flesh in Bournemouth’s Madisons . . . Marie Birch’s new Impact Record Promotions will now be located at Concorde House, 1 Barb Mews, Brook Green, London W6 7PA (081-602 8822) . . . Diamond Time, makers of the excellent continuously segued DiscEyes video compilations, have moved to 16/26 Rosemont Road, London NW3 6NE (071-433 3355) . . . Denmark’s Kenneth Baker excuses the messy edits in his Dr Baker ‘Kaos’ by pointing out that the HIP-Side was created without any form of sequencing, all drums and samples being played by hand — Guru Josh, incidentally, is remixing it for UK release on Desire . . . Brian Carter was wearing a silly grin following the 1990 Technics World DJ Mixing Championship Final, as he’d only just recently signed to BCM Records the brilliant young German winner, Cologne’s DJ David! . . . KICKIN’!
THE FAMILY STAND ‘Ghetto Heaven (The Remix)’ (104bpm) (Atlantic A7997T)
Already sizzling just on single-sided promo, this inevitably Soul II Soul-ish New York trio’s Sandra St. Victor agonised, V. Jeffrey Smith and producer Peter Lord crooned haunting slinky jogger is in fact mixed by Jazzie B & Nellee Hooper with James Brown grunts punctuated typical jiggling beats, smoothing out the group’s own actually similar though much rawer efforts as revealed now in the joltingly jittering Original Version and Dub (104¼bpm) on the commercial flip.
JODY WATLEY ‘Precious Love (Tongue In Groove Mix)’ (88¼bpm) (US MCA Records MCA-24010)
Breaking with her more usual style, this Dynamic Duo & Brian ‘Chuck’ New remixed sultry slow tugging jogger has delicately picked Spanish guitar and a useful Soul II Soul feel (Dub Instrumental flip, no other mixes), worth checking.
CHERRELLE with Alexander O’Neal ‘Saturday Love (Feelin’ Luv Extended Mix)’ (122½bpm) (Tabu 655800 6)
At last out legally after months on initially limited white label, when credited to its creators Olimax & Dj Shapps, this brilliantly synchs the original acappella vocals to a tubular bells plinky-plonked breezily bounding brand new backing (with, coincidentally, Pigbag ‘Papa’s Got A Brand New Pigbag’ and Spandau Ballet ‘Chant No. I’ percussion breaks!), madly infectious, flipped by 1985’s now stodgy seeming Original Extended Mix (116¼-116bpm) plus Cherrelle’s solo jiggly jogging ‘Foolin’ Around’ (101 bpm).
SOHO ‘No Hippy Chick (Expended Vocal)’ (99bpm) (S and M Records 12-SAV 106)
Likely to be massive as it’s a logical progression on from ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’, this chunky (you guessed!) Soul II Soul-ish beats jogged and at times Bo Diddley-ish droning guitar quavered tugging slow jiggler has a Grace Slick-ish chick —if you’ll pardon the appropriate Sixties vernacular — mournfully chanting intriguingly contradictory lyrics (they even mention the miners’ strike), with an instrumental Never Trust A Hippy Mix and (98¾bpm) more densely droning Happiness Is A Warm Hippy Mix. Gunning for the top?
BIZZ NIZZ ‘Don’t Miss The Partyline (Shea Stadium Mix)’ (119½bpm) (Cooltempo COOLX 203)
Remixed (or edited) and slightly retitled here, this cheering audience accompanied simple catchy synth nagged and sometimes corny rap prodded lurching jaunty chugger from Belgium has already been hailed as an acid ted anthem and could well be 1990’s ‘The Brutal House’, flipped now by an also new Instrumental (120bpm) plus the import’s Incrowd Version (119¾bpm).
SEDUCTION ‘Heartbeat (The Clivilles & Cole Club Mix)’ (99½bpm) (Breakout USAT 685)
Taana Gardner classic reviving powerful Soul II Soul/Mantronix-ish densely rolling jogger, grittily wailed by April, Idalis and Michelle, with producers Robert Clivilles & David Cole’s funkily drummed Dub Mix (100-99½-99¾bpm), oddly here just as on import still coupled by the samples woven and guys rapped excitingly leaping ‘Free Your Body (It’s Time To Get Hip House)‘ (120½bpm) — already out here only the other day as coupling to the reissued ‘Two To Make It Right’!
ROXANNE SHANTÉ ‘Go On Girl’/’Live On Stage’ (Breakout USATDJ 689)
Spread over two 33⅓rpm 12-inch singles (only available separately on commercial release) in a glossily packaged but theoretically promo-only twinpack are four CJ Mackintosh mixes of the jumpily jiggling ‘Go On Girl’, The House Mix, Yarr Gyee Mix (whatever that means!), Hip Hop Mix (120¼bpm), and Hip Hop Instrumental (120bpm), plus the funkily rolling ‘Live On Stage’ in The House Mix, The House Instrumental, CJ & Dave Dorrell’s Hip Hop Mix (115½bpm), and its now raw seeming Original Mix (117½bpm).
MELLOW MAN ACE ‘Welcome To My Groove’ (123bpm) (US Capitol V-15509)
West Coast rapper exploding here more for this Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley remixed hip house leaper —woven from familiar old disco riffs and Jeaneette’s repetitive female chorus in Hurley’s Deep House Mix, Latin Hip House Mix, Hurley’s House Of Trix Mix, and the Jeaneette-less Hurley’s Hip House Mix — rather than for the A-side’s partly Spanish languid Tone Loc-ish ‘Mentirosa‘, in Extended Remix and Radio Edit (113½bpm) with slithery scratching by Julio G.
EN VOGUE ‘Hold On (Extended Version)’ (97bpm) (US Atlantic 0-86234)
Foster McElroy created excellent sultrily jogging purposeful roller by a wailing, growling and cooing female foursome (Dub Version and Instrumental too), more like The SOS Band than Soul II Soul and probably a bit of a ‘grower’.
FOREMOST POETS ‘Reasons To Be Dismal?’ (US Nugroove NG-041)
Possibly inspired by the title (though not the sound) of Ian Dury’s ‘Reasons To Be Cheerful’, this Johnny Dangerous & Maddamn X created deep house-type guy muttered, gospel organ-like synth washed and ricochet effect punctuated pulsing jittery throbber choogles along through Foresight (123¼-124bpm), Beyond Sight and Insight Versions (121), Bonus Understanding (121¼bpm) and a brief spoken Explanation, due here soon on SBK.One.
TAKEN featuring HELEN BRUNER ‘Over You’ (117bpm) (US Warlock Records WAR-071)
Adeva-ishly wailing Helen alone penned and then helped remix this vigorously trotting good garage canterer, given a subtly different attack in each of its Over And Over Extended Mix, Radio Mix, Over Dub Mix, Tunnel Mix, Ovah Pella and —possibly most exciting, as stuttery samples stuffed — Philly Boy Techno Mix treatments.
KID CREOLE AND THE COCONUTS ‘The Sex Of It’ (US Columbia 44 69204)
August Darnell produced but David Z and Paisley Park co-produced (meaning some Prince input?), thunderingly throbbing chugger with bursts of blaring brass and staccato vocal in Richie Jones’s slightly monotonous jiggly Extended Remix Version (115½-117¼-116½bpm), or more smoothly churning in Justin Strauss’s infectious House Version (115-117½bpm) and jangly instrumental House Dub Version (115-117¼-116¼bpm), all fluctuating between these limits, while — most blatantly purple — the buoyantly smacking unremixed Radio Version (114½-116bpm) has been labelled as the Paisley Mix here, promoed along with the Extended Remix and House Mix on a CBS test pressing teasingly credited to just KC & TC.
JOLLY ROGER ‘Musique C’Est L’Arme Du Futur’ (118bpm) (Desire WANT X 22)
A girl repeatedly intones the French title through the bumpily bounding Fela Ransome Kuti break based beats of this sparse wriggly rattler, some tootling flute being just about the only other colouration in its Club Mix, with an emptier Instrumental and title translating ‘Music Is The Weapon Of The Future (Dub)‘, initially promoed as a shrink-wrapped Diablo Diabolique pressing in Chaud, Même, and Malheur Mixes.
THE CHIMES ‘Heaven’ (US Columbia 44 73171)
Despite already being promoed and/or released here in at least five separate pressings with various combinations of different mixes, its UK distribution can’t have been very effective as at even this late stage the excellent soulful girl wailed jiggler is selling on an import containing only yet another combination of four previously UK issued mixes, David Morales’ sparsely funky strong Physical Mix (112½bpm) and similar but instrumental Special Mix (112¼bpm), plus Peter Hinds’ more percussively jittering Heavy Club Mix (112½bpm) and the group’s lurching The Chimes Remix (112¾bpm).
TRIPLE X ORGIE ‘Sweet Dreams’ (127¼bpm) (XXX A 1)
The above is how this single-sided enigmatic white label (if you get my meaning) has been listed in chart returns by some DJs, others crediting just its XXX matrix number, so maybe more informative copies than mine exist of this Eurythmics oldie and ‘washing machine’ rhythm combining nervy burbler, big at raves.
‘Take Sting Away On Acid EP’ (CHP-001)
Even more enigmatic, this actually uses an unrelated Soft Records label from France calling it ‘Pin Up Girls’ with only a sticker on the sleeve giving the above title, while in fact it contains a slinkily undulating and at times jaggedly rumbling Ben Liebrand remix (described to me by him as “‘Roadblock’-ish”) of Sting’s ‘An Englishman In New York’ (101¾-102bpm), flipped by two less easily identifiable tracks, a familiar house elements combining churning rattler that I’ve called after its sampled refrain ‘House Music All Night Long‘ (119¼bpm), plus a piano jangled then shrill girls squawked fast jitterer possibly with the refrain (it’s hard to distinguish exactly what they sing) ‘Shall We Breeze Away?‘ (124bpm). Anyone got any better informed ideas?
STARPOINT ‘I Want You – You Want Me’ (114¼bpm) (US Electra 0-66643)
Teddy Riley & Gene Griffin produced sensually expressive girl wailed and background guys moaned classy strider, hottest though in David Morales’ creamily throbbing almost MFSB-like Def House and instrumental Red Zone Mixes, Teddy doing the inevitably snappier jiggling 12″ Extended Version, Hip Hop Mix, Bonus Beats, and original Edit Version.
BIG DADDY KANE ‘The House That Cee Built’ (117½-117¼bpm) (Cold Chillin’ SAM 640)
Past hits namechecking like a James Brown stage show introduction, then dee jay Mister Cee scratched brilliant bassily booming jerky bounder dropping many familiar snippets amidst bursts of conversational chat, still only on single-sided promo though.
CUTMASTER & M.C. GROOVE ‘Rip It Off, Girls (Who’s Bad)’ (121½bpm) (SOKIT (Soul Kitchen Production) SK 001, via 01-458 7636)
‘Spanish Hustle’ based wild swirling and churning obviously Latin flavoured enthusiastic frantic jolly jumper created by Eddie Parma Jnr and rapper Gene Jackson, with an instrumental Mental Mix flip.
SIMON HARRIS starring DADDY FREDDY ‘Ragga House (All Night Long) (Musto/Bones Techno Toast Mix)’ (121½bpm) (Living Beat Records SMASH 9R)
Disco oldies accented twittery Frankie Bones & Tommy Musto remix of the fast talking raggamuffin house fusion, flipped by a Musto/Bones Orbital Dub Mix plus Simon (DJ Leader 1) Harris’s own jauntier scissor sharpening Return Of The Prodigal Raggamuffin (122bpm) — this latter more vocal remix having been previously promoed coupled with a similar The Ragga Strikes Back Mix.
J.T COMPANY ‘Don’t Deal With Us’ (east west records YZ461T)
A ‘sleeper’ since November, this Joe T. Vannelli co-created moodily starting then brightly typical jangling and muttering Italian galloper has been promoed at 33⅓rpm in all five of the import’s differently treated mixes (here 1bpm faster), the Club Version (123½bpm), Deep Paradise Version (122¾bpm), Another Version Radio (123¼bpm), Veleno Mix and ‘Piano Jazz Cappella‘ (123bpm).
ERICA HOLLAND ‘I Don’t Believe (Club Mix)’ (122bpm) (Warner Bros W9859T)
Biddu produced throatily wailing Black Box-type disco pastiche, now bassily chugging in Bristol Baseline Productions’ A-side destined good remix and Dub House Mix after first being also separately promoed in Biddu’s more clichéd Italo style Extended Remix, 12″ Mix and Edit (all 122¼bpm), most ending up on the commercial release due in three weeks.
TWO WITHOUT HATS ‘The Breeze’ (US Micmac Records Inc. MIC-534)
Danny & Victor Vargas created, Kashim Valles lisped jerky Hispanic hip house bounder borrowing different backing influences in the Breezy Club, Backseat Vocal, Fua Mixes and The Breeze Dub #2 (123½bpm), The Zone Mix and The Breeze Dub #1 (123¾bpm).
NY ‘Adrenalin’ (126¾bpm) (I.R.S. ADRENT 1, via EMI)
Gary Numan, no less, combining with the group Yen for a strangulatedly chanted frantic acidic pop raver with bursts of guitar amidst the twitters. Anything to get a hit, eh?
BOXCAR ‘Insect’ (122bpm) (Arista INSECT 1)
Australian but Belgian ‘new beat’-like thumping jerky pop trotter perhaps better in its ‘Dubsect‘ instrumental, promoed on 33⅓rpm white label with no commercial release scheduled.
THE CLUB CHART – March 31, 1990
01 05 GHETTO HEAVEN (THE JAZZIE B MIX) The Family Stand, Atlantic 12in
02 01 NATURAL THING (ELEVATION/SUNSET) Innocence, Cooltempo 12in
03 11 THE POWER (REMAKE) Snap, Arista 12in
04 03 CHIME/DEEPER Orbital, Oh’Zone Records/ffrr promo
05 04 MOMENTS IN SOUL (MIXES) J.T. And The Big Family, Champion 12in
06 07 WHAT “U” WAITIN’ 4? (JUNGLE FEVER MIX) Jungle Brothers, Eternal 12in
07 25 TRIPPIN’ ON YOUR LOVE (MIXES) A Way Of Life, Eternal 12in
08 02 THE POWER (ORIGINAL) Snap, German Logic Records 12in
09 16 ALL NIGHT LONG (MIXES) Jay Mondi And The Livin’ Bass, 10 Records 12in
10 08 STRAWBERRY FIELDS FOREVER Candy Flip, Debut 12in
11 36 DON’T MISS THE PARTYLINE (SHEA STADIUM MIX) Bizz Nizz, Cooltempo 12in
12 06 DUB BE GOOD TO ME Beats International, Go.Beat 12in
13 30 SWEAT (SWEAT THE CLUB) Jay Williams, Urban 12in
14 17 DEVOTION (thE-MOTIVE MIX) Kicking Back with Taxman, 10 Records 12in
15 12 WANTED (MIXES) Princess Ivori, Supreme Records 12in
16 67 KILLER/BASSLINE CHANGED MY LIFE Adamski, MCA Records 12in
17 13 RHYTHM OF LIFE (VERSIONS) Oleta Adams, fontana 12in
18 14 BETTER WORLD (PEACE/UNITY MIXES) Rebel MC, Desire 12in
19 23 WE’RE COMIN’ AT YA (RAPPED UP-MIX) Quartz featuring Steps, Mercury/iTMusic 12in
20 22 WE’RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER (MIXES) David Peaston, Geffen Records 12in
21 20 DON’T YOU LOVE ME (MIXES) 49’ers, Fourth & Broadway 12in
22 26 THIS BEAT IS TECHNOTRONIC (MIXES) MC B. featuring Daisy Dee, Big One 12in
23 66 AFRIKA (LOVE & LAUGHTER MIX/KING MIX) History featuring Q-Tee, SBK.One 12in promo
24 28 MOTHERLAND A-FRI-CA (ANOTHER MOTHER/CRY FREEDOM MIXES) Tribal House, Cooltempo 12in
25 15 WALK ON THE WILD SIDE (LOWER EAST SIDE MIXES) Beat System, Fourth & Broadway 12in
26 57 TOMORROW (MIXES) Tongue ‘N’ Cheek, Syncopate 12in pre-release
27 re 2 MUCH (MIXES) Paradise 10 featuring Less Stress, W.A.U. Recordings 12in
28 24 MAMA GAVE BIRTH 2 THE SOUL CHILDREN (INFANT MIX/THE PRIMARY MIXES) Queen Latifah & De La Soul, Gee Street 12in
29 61 ANOTHER DAY IN PARADISE (THE ONLY VERSION) J.L. Line, jaba 12in
30 32 FEELING GOOD (TOUCH 1/2/3) Pressure Drop, Big World 12in
31 10 JAILBREAK (HOUSE TIP)/JAILBREAK BEATS Paradox, Ronin Records 12in
32 31 WHAT ABOUT THIS LOVE (EXTENDED VERSION) Mr. Fingers, ffrr 12in
33 59 YOU WANT MY LOVE (MIXES) Olimpia, Citizen Kane Records 12in
34 27 INFINITY (SPACEY SAXOPHONE MIX/1990’S: TIME FOR THE GURU) Guru Josh, de/Construction Records 12in
35 53 LOADED Primal Scream, Creation Records 12in
36 47 SWEET DREAMS Triple X Orgie (Eurythmics), XXX 12in white label
37 39 GO ON GIRL/LIVE ON STAGE (MIXES) Roxanne Shanté, Breakout 12in promo twinpack
38 19 THE POWER Power Jam featuring Chill Rob G, US Wild Pitch Records 12in
39 09 REACH UP TO MARS (MIXES) Earth People, Champion 12in
40 re WHOLE WIDE WORLD (WINGATE 12” HOUSE REMIX) A’me Lorain, RCA 12in
41 100 THE PLANET DANCE (MOVE YA BODY)/YOU HAVE TO UNDERSTAND (MIXES) Liquid Oxygen, US Pyramix Productions 12in
42 33 YOU’RE GONNA MISS ME (A GUY CALLED GERALD’S REMIXES) Turntable Orchestra, RePublic Records 12in
43 74 THAT’S THE WAY OF THE WORLD (ESSENTIAL BEAT MIX) D Mob featuring Cathy Dennis, ffrr 12in pre-release
44 — NO HIPPY CHICK (MIXES) Soho, S and M Records 12in white label
45 96 DON’T DEAL WITH US (VERSIONS) J.T Company, east west 12in promo
46 54 WEIGHT FOR THE BASS (MIXES)/MUSICAL MELODY Unique 3, 10 Records 12in
47 37 JOURNEY THRU THE N.Y. UNDERGROUND/$1.15 PLEASE (BROWNSTONE EXPRESS/RUSH HOUR) Metro, RePublic Records 12in EP
48 43 HEARTBEAT (CLIVILLES & COLE CLUB MIX)/FREE YOUR BODY (IT’S TIME TO GET HIP HOUSE) Seduction, Breakout 12in
49 — NEW JACK SWING (CLUB VERSION/12” REMIX) Wrecks-N-Effect, Motown 12in
50 55 VISIONS (MIXES) Robert Owens, US 4th + B’way 12in
51 29 SATURDAY LOVE (OLIMAX & DJ SHAPPS’ FEELIN’ LUV EXTENDED MIX) Cherrelle with Alexander O’Neal, Tabu 12in
52 — WE’VE GOT THE LOVE (VOCAL/PIANO/XYLOPHONE) Touch Of Soul, Cooltempo 12in pre-release
53 42 ESCAPADE (SHEP’S HOUSECAPADE MIXES) Janet Jackson, Breakout 12in
54 75 ANOTHER DAY IN PARADISE (THE SIDNEY MIX) Jam Tronik, Debut 12in
55 re THEY WANT TO BE FREE (MIXES) Joe Smooth, DJ International Records 12in
56 65 BELIEVE IN YOUR HEART (MIXES) Larry Joseph & Science, US Smokin’ 12in
57 73 ENJOY (GOLDEN RAY ORIGINAL/PAUL OAKENFOLD’S FUTURE MIX) Solid Gold Easy Amex featuring Red Box, east west records 12in promo
58 — TELL ME (WHO’S BEEN SLEEPING IN MY BED) (CLUB MIX/EXTENDED CLUB MIX/EPIPHENOMENAL MIX) Janice Christie, Movement Soul 12in
59 45 TESTONE Sweet Exorcist, W.A.R.P./Outer Rhythm 12in
60 83 FUTURE F.J.P./HEARTBEAT Liaisons D, de/Construction Records 12in
61 — YOUR LOVE TAKES ME HIGHER (CHILLUM WILLUM/CALYX OF ISIS) The Beloved, east west 12in
62 35 WHERE’S YOUR HEAD/GLAD YOU’RE IN MY LIFE (12” MIXES) Shabazz, RCA 12in
63 81 WELCOME TO MY GROOVE (HURLEY’S HOUSE MIXES) Mellow Man Ace, US Capitol 12in
64 95 KEEP IT TOGETHER (SHEP PETTIBONE/DJ MARK MIXES) Madonna, US Sire 12in
65 76 DOWN ON LOVE (ASSERTIVE MIX) 1 World, ffrr 12in
66 60 I COME OFF (SOUTHERN COMFORT MIX) Young MC, US Delicious Vinyl 12in
67 18 WARRIOR (DISCO-TEK MIX) MC Wildski, Arista 12in
68 86 NEED YOUR LOVIN’ Emma Haywoode, Boss Records 12in
69 69 TOTAL STRANGER (NEW DECADE MIX 2) Terrajacks, RCA 12in pre-release
70 49 PRO GEN (LAND OF OZ MIX)/LIGHTSPAN The Shamen, Tanzklang 12in
71 50 YO-YO (TEN YEARS AGO) (VERSIONS) Plaza, Debut 12in
72 56 OVER YOU (MIXES) Taken featuring Helen Bruner, US Warlock Records 12in
73 64 THINKING ABOUT YOUR LOVE (PAUL SIMPSON REMIX/DEMOCRATIC 3 MIX) Skipworth & Turner, 4th + B’way 12in pre-release
74 70 THE SEX OF IT (MIXES) Kid Creole And The Coconuts, US Columbia 12in/CBS promo
75 52 AN ENGLISHMAN IN NEW YORK (BEN LIEBRAND REMIX) (‘Take Sting Away On Acid’ EP), CHP 12in white label
76 — STEP ON (MIXES) Happy Mondays, Factory 12in white label
77 re DISCOVER ME (12”)/TOUCH ME (THE AMORE MIX) Alisha Warren, RC A 12in
78 44 AFTER THE RAIN (NEW LIFE MIX) Tityo, Arista 12in
79 — TESTFOUR Sweet Exorcist, W.A.R.P./Outer Rhythm 12in
80 re DON’T HOLD BACK (MIXES) Maureen Walsh, Urban 12in twinpack promo
81 97 EVERYTHING BEGINS WITH AN “E” E-Zee Posse, More Protein 12in
82 80 REASONS TO BE DISMAL? (VERSIONS) Foremost Poets, US Nugroove 12in
83 — READY TO ROLL IT (MIXES) The Motor City Techno Mob, SBK.One 12in promo
84 re EXPRESSION (BRIXTON/UPSO MIXES) Salt-n-Pepa, ffrr 12in
85 63 SPACE TALK (MIXES) Masters Of The Universe, Rumour Records 12in
86 — THE MORNING AFTER/(1990 EDIT) Fallout, Azuli Records 12in
87 — INDULGE (MIXES)/TO BE OR NOT TO BE (MIXES) Neal Howard, Network 12in
88 41 HEAVEN (PHYSICAL/SPECIAL MIXES) The Chimes, US Columbia 12in
89 38 GO 2 WORK/AHH GET IT/CAN’T GET ENOUGH/H.O.U.S.E. Doug Lazy, Atlantic LP
90 91 RAGGA HOUSE (ALL NIGHT LONG) (MUSTO/BONES MIXES) Simon Harris starring Daddy Freddy, Living Beat Records 12in
91 — AFTERMATH (MAGIC JUAN REMIX) Reel By Real, 10 Records 12in
92 99 I FOUND LOVIN’/COME AND GET YOUR LOVIN’/WHAT GOES AROUND, COMES AROUND Jeff Redd, MCA Records LP
93 — WHAT AM I GONNA DO (ABOUT YOUR LOVE)? (SILK ON STEEL MIXES) Tafuri, Sleeping Bag Records 12in white label
94 — COME FLY WITH ME (70’S HOUSE MIX) DJ Pierre presents Phantasia/SOMETHING TO DANCE TO (CLUB MIX) White Boy Mike, Jive 12in EP
95 — TREAT ME RIGHT (THE TRUMPED MIX/THE TAJ MAHAL) Adeva, Cooltempo 12in pre-release
96 48 FREE YOUR BODY (IT’S TIME TO GET HIP HOUSE)/TWO TO MAKE IT RIGHT (CLUB MIX/HOUSE DUB) Seduction, Breakout 12in
97 94 ALL WE WANNA DO IS DANCE The House Crew, Production House 12in
98 — DATE WITH THE RAIN (MIXES) Jamie Principle, US Atlantic 12in
99 — EVERYTHING STARTS WITH AN “E” (RENEGADE SOUNDWAVE MIX) E-Zee Posse, More Protein 12in
100= 98 HOLD ON (EXTENDED VERSION) En Vogue, US Atlantic 12in
100= re THE DAWN/AIN’T NO ACID IN THIS HOUSE (SARDINIA MIX/DUB) Casa Nero, Breakout 12in