May 12, 1990: Sinead O’Connor, Eden’s Paradise, Collina featuring L.T.J., Soho, 4105

BEATS & PIECES

A&M RECORDS having closed down their separate Breakout logo, toyed with the idea of launching another label as a replacement but after studying the current dance music dominated pop market, have now decided (despite other reports to the contrary) there is no need for a separate identity so, if it’s dance, it’s on A&M! . . . Wot, no Funk A & Merica! . . . Fluke’s ‘Joni’, despite their earlier ‘Thumper!’ being on Mass Records, turns out to be a genuine white label, unaffiliated to any record company — and indeed up for grabs! . . . Oscar Engles is revamping the Recuts club promotion service’s DJ mailing list at Pinnacle Records, Electron House, Cray Avenue, St Mary Cray. Orpington, Kent 8RS 3PN — which reminds me, I began my DJ-ing career at the Kray Twins’ Knightsbridge club Esmerelda’s Barn, and could have told the makers of their current biopic a thing or two! . . . Warrior Records have not only a new area code, but also a whole new telephone number, 071-490 5475 . . . A1 Records have picked up MXM’s Italo version of ‘Nothing Compares 2 U’ . . . Ice Cube’s ‘Amerikkka’s Most Wanted’ is coupled by the similarly Public Enemy posse produced (and foul mouthed!) slowly lurching ‘Once Upon A Time In The Projects‘ . . . Stevie V PAs at Boom this Saturday (12) in Brixton’s The Fridge . . . Chris Brown, the veteran punk funk/salsoul/acid house DJ, starts reviving his famous lunchtime sessions (previously at Ascot’s Belvedere) this Sunday noon-4pm at Burnham Beeches’ Henry’s Nightclub in Hawthorne Lane, north of Slough, Bob ‘Hippy’ Jones and Carl Brown joining him in this “down to earth music” Gravity concept . . . Bruce Sandell, Chi-Keat Man and Chris Spearing mix Seventies and Eighties club classics on Bump ‘N’ Hustle Sunday evenings at Uxbridge High Street’s free admission The Villa wine bar (lager, wine and spirits ‘happy hour’ 8-9pm) . . . Miss Bliss, Wendy K, Hannah Ford, Christina Raven and Vie Marshall’s “non-sexist, non-violent and non-racist” Muthaland rap nights turn out to be only once a month with variable venues, the next one being Monday May 28 at Wardour Street’s The Brain, opposite London’s Swiss Centre . . . Jazzy M and Scully P, with big name guest DJs and PAs, on “real music for real people” AKWA Wednesdays are the latest to brave the low tide vertical gangplank of London’s floating Tattershall Castle pub, moored by the Victoria Embankment! . . . Donovan Smith has guest DJs on upfront Thursdays (no dress restrictions, only a quid) at Gloucester’s Crackers Nightclub, and joins Jazzy D on Saturdays at Swindon’s Brunel Rooms Ampitheatre . . . Kym Daniels hosts kickin’ and firin’ hip house Fridays at Swanley’s Hickorys nightclub . . . Jeff Thomas’ latest Swansea area gig is Urban Groove Sunday at Neptunes, just around the corner from The Mumbles lighthouse in Bracelet Bay . . . The Club Chart still having a high entry threshold, last week’s Bubblers that previously might have been expected to make the 100 included Man Machine featuring Zen, Musto & Bones LP, M.K., Fluke, MC Duke & DJ Leader 1, Lance Ellington, Adeva (Smack Mix), DAL, Last Tango, House Conductor, Malcolm McLaren ‘Call A Wave’, Klymaxx, Sly & Lovechild, Diana Brown & Barrie K Sharpe, Guaranteed Raw, Mass Order, X-Clan, The Blapps Posse, MXM, Brothers In Rhythm, BBG featuring Dina Taylor, Yin Yang, Eon.


HOT VINYL
Reviewed by James Hamilton and Streets Ahead

SINEAD O’CONNOR ‘I Am Stretched On Your Grave’ (93¾bpm) (Ensign GRAVE 1)
An instant collector’s item, only 650 promo 12-inch copies have been pressed of this appropriately gloomy haunting slow Celtic lament, starkly set to a tapping funky snare drum with Irish fiddles joining in just at the very end, apparently much played off her album and now (for the lucky few) made easier to use — though it’s primarily to boost the album as there are no plans, at present, for it to be a single.

DJ MINK ‘Hey Hey (Can You Relate)
BROTHERS IN RHYTHM ‘Peace And Harmony
PROMISED LAND ‘Something In The Air
SMALLAGE ‘Together
OVERLORD X ‘Powerhouse
ONE VOICE ‘Soul Talk
THE CHIMES ‘I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For
MY BLOODY VALENTINE ‘Soon’ (Andy Weatherall mix)
FRAZIER CHORUS ‘Cloud 8’ (Paul Oakenfold mix)
COOL DOWN ZONE ‘Heaven Knows
THE BLOW MONKEYS ‘If You Love Somebody’/’La Passionara

EDEN’S PARADISE ‘The Dance (Revisited) (Musto Bones Remix)’ (119¾bpm) (de/Construction Records PT 43652)
Exploding out of the blue, this Frankie Bones & Tommy Musto created shuffling and rumbling burbler, a much altered beefier remix of ‘This Is The Dance’ still breathily intoned by Stacey Parris, now uses (composer credited) keyboard colourings from Orbital’s ‘Chime’ amongst other familiar punctuations, with a drier Killer Dub Mix, plus the previously just Stacey Parris credited cantering now more flowingly remixed ‘Feel It In My Heart (Club Remix)’ (119bpm).

COLLINA Featuring L.T.J. ‘Babe What’s Goin’ On’ (Supreme Records SUPET 169)
Rushed out here next week to counter Italian IRMA casadiprimordine imports, this ‘Roots’-ish piano and familiar quotations woven (‘Oops Up Side Your Head’ sticking out at the start) episodic rolling burbler chugs quite funkily through its sax climaxed Club and vibes climaxed Original Versions (111½bpm) and jazzily instrumental Night and Funkysax Versions (110bpm), a good example of how rapidly Italo house is adapting to the slowing of BPMs in Britain.

SOHO ‘Give It Up’ (123½bpm) (US United Sounds Of America USA 918)
Not to be confused with our own ‘Hippychick’ group, this Pal Joey produced sparse though beefy bass thumped bounding jaunty jazz-house instrumental (with some title line prods), in Passion and Pumping Mixes, is coupled perhaps even more hotly by the jazz-hip hop jerkily thudding though fluid jazz piano and sax looping ‘Hot Music‘ (112¼bpm), in Jazz and Row Mixes, a really interesting fusion.

4105 ‘WHOA! Make With The Atmosphere (Ben Chapman Mix)’ (102½bpm) (Atmosphere Records ATMT 1)
Ex-Ruts members created cartoon soundtracks and other familiar sounds accented rumbling chunky jitterer remixed by Ben Chapman in the juddering hip hop style of today, or AA-sided by an older more Coldcut/LA Mix-ish John Laker Mix (104¼bpm) dating from 1988, which was initially promoed as by Big Noise to a few DJs without ever being released although it’s been big for some since last June.

MARINA VAN-ROOY ‘Sly One’ (de/Construction Records PT 43474)
8 Productions created repetitive simple cooing and muttering girl intoned bubbly slick loper in slippery undulating Melbourne and twittery Berlin Mixes (125¼bpm), flipped by the perhaps preferable chunkier Prague and lean bass driven Amsterdam Mixes (124¾bpm).

MELLOW MAN ACE ‘Welcome To My Groove’ (Capitol 12CL 574)
A West Coast rapper hotter here for this now UK A-sided Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley remixed hip house leaper, pushed through Jeaneette’s repetitive female chorus by the old Nite-Liters/MFSB ‘K-Jee’ riff in Hurley’s Deep House Mix, but not in the different elements woven rawer Jeaneette-less Hurley’s Hip House Mix and jittery Hurley’s House Of Trix Mix (122½bpm), both slightly edited here, the US A-side’s Julio G scratched partly Spanish languid Tone Loc-ish ‘Mentirosa‘ (113¼bpm) being only in its Radio Edit.

NO SMOKE & the Mali Singers ‘International Smoke Signals’ (Warriors Dance WAFLP 3, via Spartan)
Described on the label as “a new style of afro beating”, this basically instrumental album of dubwise break beats does combine afro flavourings, ambient effects and acidic twiddles with its sparse rhythms, Jazzie B co-producing the title track (119¾bpm), an episodically throbbing burbler with spurts of afro chants, acidic synth and briefly some Manu Dibango sax, but it’s not necessarily as danceable as some of the rest, with the Nipponese girl muttered twittery chugging ‘Ai Shi Temasu (Japanese Love)‘ (119¾bpm), Jah Tekla featuring pulsing ‘afro-acid’ ‘Ra Ra-East Of Eden‘ (122bpm), briskly tapping ambient ‘Oh Yes (Freedom)‘ (120¼bpm), pattering squiggly acidic ‘Anti Galactic Devotion‘ (120bpm), chinking ‘afro ambient’ ‘O.A.U. In Music‘ (118bpm), child’s title line punctuated throbbing ‘Don’t Touch Me‘ (113¾bpm), rumbling slow ‘Show Them‘ (89¼bpm), and (previously on single) drum rattled burbling ‘Koro Koro‘ (120bpm).

FRANKIE BONES & LENNY DEE ‘Looney Tunes II’ (US Nugroove NG-050)
Interspersed with brief and sometimes quite amusing interludes (like an ansaphone message left unwittingly by Mr C) though basically an eight tracker, this “essential LP for the price of a 12”” (to quote the label copy) has the cheekily titled but actually more Led Zeppelin ‘Whole Lotta Love’ inspired ‘Definately A Robbery (Wavesound Renegade Mix)’ (122bpm), early Eighties electro influences plundering ‘You Are The One (Brooklyn, 86th St. Mix)‘ (120bpm), Liquid Oxygen-ish ‘Inject The Beat (Looney Tones)‘ (120bpm), girls cooed hip house drums throbbed ‘Another Place, Another Time (Brixton Bass Remix)‘ (119¾bpm), washing machine type jerky ‘Hold Me, Squeeze Me (Vinyl Zone Mix)‘ (120bpm), percussively pulsing spacey ‘Is Rythym Rythym? (Overload Mix)‘ (119bpm), gently rhythmic railroad effects incorporating ‘Last Train To Paradise (The Fallout Remix)‘ (118bpm), “it’s you I need” intoned striding ‘It’s You (Amsterjam Remix)‘ (119¾bpm), selling to the cult followers of Frankie Bones’ multi-trackers.

A TRIBE CALLED QUEST ‘People’s Instinctive Travels and the Paths Of Rhythm’ (US Jive 1331-1-J)
Lazily tempoed and selling (well) more for listening than dancing, this rap album has the ‘Walk On The Wild Side’ based ‘Can I Kick It?’ (96¾bpm), gruffly chatted ‘Rhythm (Devoted To The Art Of Moving Butts)‘ (104bpm), similar jazz funky ‘Mr Muhammad‘ (103¾bpm), good time chanting ‘Ham ‘N’ Eggs‘ (93¾-90bpm), dated organ accented funkily jiggling ‘Youthful Expression‘ (108¾bpm), languidly drawling then jazzy ‘Luck Of Lucien‘ (104¾bpm), mumbled gently rolling ‘After Hours‘ (100¼bpm), following though not that similar ‘Footprints‘ (100¼bpm), delicately tapping ‘Bonita Applebum‘ (92bpm), drily rolling stark ‘Push It Along‘ (94¾-90bpm), zanily narrative ‘I Left My Wallet In El Segundo‘ (99¼bpm).

TOM SALTA ‘The New Generation’ (US More Music Records MM-011)
Radio tuning (and then beat losing) introed, wriggling, stuttering and twittering jumpy keyboards instrumental that in common with many of this week’s newies seems to be woven from many familiar sources, in House Club, The Underground (123bpm) and Radio (123¼bpm) Mixes, coupled by the moodier ‘Twilight Zone’-ish ‘The Lost Boy (Fright Night Mix)‘ (120bpm).

MR. LEE ‘Pump That Body (Club Mix)’ (124¾bpm) (US Jive 1337-1-JD)
James Brown’s “fellahs, I’m ready to get up and do mah thang” intros and then, later, his ‘Get On The Good Foot’ riff drives this exciting urgently enthusiastic hip house leaper, also in a similar Radio Mix or flipped by its very different more jazz-funkily driven Underground Club Mix and Deep House Instrumental, while in general Mr Brown’s exhortations and beats prod and drive much of — “the innovator of rap house” — Mr Lee’s whole album, ‘Get Busy’ (US Jive 1273-1-J), with the Soul II Soul-ishly jogging sax wailed strong instrumental ‘Jazzy Lee‘ (101 bpm), ‘Funkin’ For Jamaica’ based ‘I Like The Girls‘ (105½bpm), blatantly Brown & Byrd inspired storming ‘Make It Funky‘ (124bpm), familiar ingredients woven breezily bounding ‘Break Out‘ (124bpm), jaunty ‘One Nation Under A Groove’-ishly cranked ‘It’s My Business‘ (125¼bpm), self boosting ‘MC Mr Lee‘ (124¼bpm), hardbeat-ish instrumental ‘Move It‘ (123½bpm), ‘Planet Rock’-type jerky ‘Turn It Up‘ (123¾bpm), crawling dull ‘That’s Bad‘ (92¼bpm), old infectiously chugging title track (124½bpm) and above reviewed current ‘Pump That Body’ (still 124¾bpm).

DELUSIONS OF GRANDEUR ‘Touch Me In The Night’ (123bpm) (US City Limits CL 3001)
Ray Ray Laurie (of the Rythym Masters) and Frankie ‘Bones’ created bumpily lurching electro jiggler in washing machine gurgled Frankie Bones Brooklyn Mix, more smoothly shuffling Gangsters Of Freestyle Remix, choppy title repeating Ray Ray’s Breakdown and Long Island Club Mixes, all using the old Hashim ‘Al-Naafyish’ riff.

DEMON BOYZ ‘International Karate’ (106¾bpm) (Mango Street 12MNS 738, via Island)
James Brown introed and punctuated bumpily juddering raggamuffin rap jitterer full of stuttering and scratching tension, especially in the flip’s Instrumental (107bpm).

EON ‘Inner Mind’ (Vinyl Solution STORM 14)
London DJ Ian B’s alter ego returns with a spacey saxophone lacking though otherwise Guru Josh/Adamski-ish disjointedly spurting electro raver in Club Mind (123½bpm), Bass Mind (123¼bpm), Freebass Mind (121½bpm), Bonus Mind (121¾bpm) and runout groove filling continuous tone Something Stronger/Infinity Mix (so called).

ANGEL ‘Sweet Dreams (Nightmare Mix)’ (125bpm) (RCA DAT 25)
Very similar to but not exactly the same as the version on a supposed bootleg a couple of months back, credited then by some to Triple X Orgie, presumably a scam, this Dave Angel (Stewart?) & Dave Dorrell produced bubbling acidically backed rave remix of Eurythmics’ Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)’, including cathedral bells, doom laden muttering and Guru Josh-ish spacey saxophone, has confusingly been AA-sided (on promo at least) with an Annie Lennox sung sultry slowie that’s actually called ‘Angel‘ (85bpm), and credited to The Eurythmics.

WEST BAM ‘The Roof Is On Fire’ (121½bpm) (Swanyard Records SYRT 10)
His strongest for a while, Germany’s award winning West Phalian DJ weaves many familiar old house elements into an infectious jaunty bass driven bounder prodded by title line chants and bursts of computerised rap (actually synthesised on an Apple Mackintosh), live audience ambience carrying on continuously through the runout groove, flipped by the more jerkily pounding and car crash effects punctuated ‘The Wall‘ (122½bpm), this latter being heroic in instrumental theme though not noticeably about recent events in Berlin (other than its chant of “release yourself’?)


THE CLUB CHART – May 12, 1990

01 01 A DREAMS A DREAM (A NIGHT AT THE OPERA MIX/CLUB DUB)/COURTNEY BLOWS Soul II Soul, 10 Records 12in
02 02 GHETTO HEAVEN (THE JAZZIE B MIX) The Family Stand, Atlantic 12in
03 05 DIRTY CA$H (MONEY TALKS) (SOLD OUT MIX) adventures of Stevie V, Mercury 12in
04 03 HOLD ON (EXTENDED VERSION) En Vogue, Atlantic 12in
05 04 TRIPPIN’ ON YOUR LOVE (MIXES) A Way Of Life, Eternal 12in
06 06 JOY AND HEARTBREAK (MIXES) Movement .98 (featuring Carroll Thompson), Circa Records 12in twinpack promo
07 21 WHAT AM I GONNA DO (ABOUT YOUR LOVE)? (SILK ON STEEL MIX) Tafuri, Sleeping Bag Records 12in
08 11 SNAPPINESS/(HAPPINESS/IMPULSE MIXES) BBG, Urban/Hoax Recordings 12in
09 67 LOVE THING (FIRST LOVE MIX) The Pasadenas, CBS 12in
10 28 TAKE YOUR TIME (MIXES)/DON’T YOU WANT MORE (CLUB VERSION) Mantronix (featuring Wondress), Capitol 12in
11 08 IT’S HAPPENIN’ Plus One featuring Sirron, MCA Records 12in
12 20 LOVING YOU (MIXES) Massivo featuring Tracy, Debut 12in pre-release
13 73 SWEET DREAMS (NIGHTMARE MIX) Angel, RCA 12in
14 44 UNTIL YOU COME BACK TO ME (THAT’S WHAT I’M GONNA DO (BRIXTON BASS MIX) Miki Howard, US Atlantic 12in/UK promo
15 09 WE’VE GOT THE LOVE (MIXES) Touch Of Soul, Cooltempo 12in
16 29 DO YOU DREAM (MIXES)/COME ON BACK Carlton, Three Stripe Records/ffrr 12in
17 10 THE DANCE (REVISITED) (MUSTO BONES REMIX)/FEEL IT IN MY HEART (CLUB REMIX) Eden’s Paradise, de/Construction Records 12in
18 22 WON’T TALK ABOUT IT/BEATS INTERNATIONAL THEME Beats International, Go.Beat 12in
19 12 AND I LOVED YOU (MIXES) Satoshi Tomiie featuring Arnold Jarvis, ffrr 12in pre-release
20 32 VENUS (THE PIANO/BONUS MIXES) Don Pablo’s Animals, Rumour Records 12in
21 23 TECHNO TRANCE (PARADISE IS NOW)/YAAAAAAAAAAH (FREESTYLE CLUB MIX) D-Shake, Dutch Go Bang! Records 12in
22 77 TALKBACK (CLUB MIX/LOW FREQUENCY RESPONSE) Double Trouble, Desire 12in
23 — THE MASTERPLAN Diana Brown & Barrie K. Sharpe/YES IT’S YOU Diana Brown & The Brothers, ffrr 12in pre-release
24 15 HEAR THE DRUMMER GET WICKED (MIXES) Chad Jackson, Dance Trax 12in white label
25 31 KILLER/BASSLINE CHANGED MY LIFE Adamski, MCA Records 12in
26 07 WHAT “U” WAITIN’ “4”? (JUNGLE FEVER MIX) Jungle Brothers, Eternal 12in
27 30 DATE WITH THE RAIN (MIXES) Jamie Principle, US Atlantic 12in/UK promo
28 14 OPEN UP YOUR MIND (UPSO/BRIXTON BASS MIXES) MC Mell’o’, RePublic Records 12in
29 48 TOMORROW (WAREHOUSE MIX) Tongue ‘N’ Cheek, Syncopate 12in
30 40 AFRIKA (LOVE & LAUGHTER MIX) History featuring Q-Tee, SBK.One 12in
31 — FEEL THE RHYTHM (MIXES) Jazzi P, A&M 12in promo
32 24 THE POWER (REMAKE) Snap, Arista 12in
33 69 KILLER (REMIX) Adamski, MCA Records 12in
34 50 BABE WHAT’S GOIN’ ON (VERSIONS) Collina featuring L.T.J., Supreme Records promo/Italian IRMA 12in
35 49 KAOS (BABY/ORIGINAL GERMAN SAUSAGE/2 DANES ON ACID MIXES) Dr Baker, Desire 12in
36 25 LET THE RHYTHM PUMP (DAKEYNE & ANDERSON REMIX) Doug Lazy, Atlantic 12in promo
37 — STILL HAVEN’T FOUND WHAT I’M LOOKING FOR (STREET MIX/BOOM MIX/MANASSEH MIX) The Chimes, CBS 12in white label
38 38 STEPPING STONE (GHOST DANCE MIX) The Farm, Produce Records 12in
39 52 SO SPECIAL (ORIGINAL MIX) Blaze, Motown 12in promo
40 16 FEEL THE MELODY/STRINGS (BREAK IT DOWN)/ORGASM Da Posse & Underground Crew, RePublic Records 12in
41 37 WHAT DID I DO TO YOU? (MORALES MIX/DUB) Lisa Stansfield, Arista 12in promo
42 34 HIPPYCHICK (MIXES) Soho, S and M Records 12in
43 17 PRIDE (DANCE HALL/MORE THAN SPECIAL) Volume Ten, RCA 12in
44 26 I COME OFF (SOUTHERN COMFORT MIX) Young MC, US Delicious Vinyl 12in
45 35 NOT FORGOTTEN/(MIXES) Leftfield, Outer Rhythm 12in
46 27 VISIONS (MIXES) Robert Owens, 4th + B’way 12in
47 13 TAKE ME BACK (BASS-HEAD MIX) Rhythmatic, 0742 Records 12in
48 19 WHO’S LAW?/(SPEEDBALL MIX) Guru Josh, de/Construction Records 12in promo
49 18 FALL INTO A TRANCE (BROOKLYN FUNK ESSENTIAL MIX)/IT COULD NOT HAPPEN (ESSENTIAL TRANCE HALL MIX) Critical Rhythm, US Nugroove 12in
50 85 DO WHAT YOU WANT (UK REMIX) 2 In A Room, Big Life/Cutting Records 12in
51 43 DON’T MISS THE PARTYLINE (SHEA STADIUM MIX) Bizz Nizz, Cooltempo 12in
52 53 LISTEN TO THE DRUMMER/REMEMBER Nation 12, Rhythm King 12in
53 46 RELEASE ME (MIXES) Fatman & Stella Mae, Cue 12in white label
54 87 IF YOU LOVE SOMEBODY/LA PASSIONARA/THE OTHER SIDE OF YOU/SPRINGTIME FOR THE WORLD The Blow Monkeys, RCA 12in EP
55 47 GENERATIONS OF LOVE (MIXES) Jesus Loves You, More Protein 12in
56 58 CAN’T STOP LOVING YOU (MIXES) Richard Rogers, US SAM 12in
57 — KEEP ON (SWEET EXORCIST MIX/SLEAZY DOG MIX/MAYDAY MIX) Cabaret Voltaire, Parlophone 12in promo
58 99= DON’T LEAVE ME (I’M WITH U) Natural Experience/NOBODY Karma/VISIONS Denniz Pop (‘Going Back To Basics!’), Swedish SWEMIX 12in EP
59 — POWERHOUSE/(INSTRUMENTAL)/THEY CAN’T HANDLE IT Overlord X, Mango Street 12in promo
60 71 THE ROOF IS ON FIRE WestBam, Swanyard Records Ltd 12in
61 65 SLY ONE (MIXES) Marina Van-Rooy, de/Construction Records 12in promo
62 — MY APPLE HEART/LAY ME DOWN/SOMETHING’S HAPPENIN’/WHAT DID I DO TO YOU? (MORALES MIX) Lisa Stansfield, Arista 12in EP
63 39 WEIGHT FOR THE BASS (ORIGINAL MIXES)/MUSICAL MELODY Unique 3, 10 Records 12in
64 — DREAM COME TRUE/RIDE IN THE SKY/SHAKEDOWN/GIMME ONE OF THOSE/STAY THIS WAY/BNH/PEOPLE GET READY/PUT THE FUNK BACK IN IT/SPHYNX The Brand New Heavies, Acid Jazz LP
65 56 £20 TO GET IN Shut Up And Dance, Shut Up And Dance 12in
66 — PEACE AND HARMONY (ITALO’S GRAND FINALE/WHIT-WORTH FIERCE DUB)/BROTHERS IN RHYTHM (RAISE YOUR HANDS) Brothers In Rhythm, 4th + B’way 12in promo
67 — SIRENAS/HE CHILLED OUT Liaisons D., Belgian USA Import Music 12in
68 — DEEP LOVE (MIXES) Dada Nada, Urban 12in pre-release
69 88 ENJOY (GOLDEN LAY ORIGINAL/PAUL OAKENFOLD’S FUTURE MIX) Solid Gold Easy Amex featuring Red Box, east west records 12in promo
70 97 PUMP THAT BODY (MIXES) Mr Lee, US Jive 12in
71 94 DOIN’ THE DO (BETTY/BOO SIDE MIXES) Betty Boo, Rhythm King 12in pre-release
72 — ATOMIC HOUSE (HOUSE MUSIC WAS BORN/PIANO VERSION/BASS VERSION) DJ Atomico “Herbie”, CityBeat 12in
73 86 WHY YOU GET FUNKY ON ME Today, US Motown 12in/UK promo
74 78 AI SHI TEMASU/RA RA – EAST OF EDEN No Smoke, Warriors Dance LP
75 — EASE THE PRESSURE (STATE OF MIND/AMBIENT/MENTAL/HYPNOTIC TRANCE MIXES)/NO STOPPIN’ (ZANZIBAR MIX)/I CAN’T UNDERSTAND (METRO MIX) Subliminal Aurra, XL Recordings 12in
76 re THE POEM/MASSAI WOMEN Bobby Konders’ House Rhythms, US Nugroove 12in
77 99= FIND A WAY Coldcut featuring Queen Latifah, Ahead Of Our Time 12in
78 — TREAT ME RIGHT (CLUB MIX) Lance Ellington, A&M 12in
79 41 THE POWER (TRANSFORMER/GENERATOR MIXES) Snap, Arista 12in
80 91 PLEASE (PAUL OAKENFOLD FUTURE MIX/DUB) Pleasure, AnXious Records 12in
81 59 DON’T DEAL WITH US (VERSIONS) J.T Company, east west 12in
82 55 HOT MUSIC/GIVE IT UP (MIXES) Soho, US United Sounds Of America 12in
83 80 BECAUSE I GOT IT LIKE THAT (ULTIMATUM MIX) Jungle Brothers, Gee Street 12in
84 98 WE CAN MAKE IT (MIXES) Orr-Some, Debut Records 12in
85 57 I WANT YOU-YOU WANT ME (DEF HOUSE/RED ZONE MIXES) Starpoint, US Elektra 12in
86 re NEVER STOP K Collective, ritmo recordings 12in
87 — LIVE THE DREAM/(DREAM THE DREAM MIX)/FEEL IT/DREAMSCAPE 1 Dream Frequency, CityBeat 12in
88 72 THE NEW GENERATION (MIXES) Tom Salta, US More Music Records 12in
89 60 LETHAL WEAPON Exocet, Catt Records 12in
90 33 WAY OUT WEST Man With No Name, Spiral Cut 12in
91 95 EXPRESSION (UPSO/BRIXTON BASS MIXES) Salt-n-Pepa, ffrr 12in
92 — YOU CAN’T DENY IT (EXTENDED VERSION/SKY KING MIX/SINGLE VERSION)/LAY ME DOWN Lisa Stansfield, US Arista 12in
93 64 IT AIN’T OVER (MIXES) A.T.C., SBK.One 12in promo
94 — DON’T MAKE ME WAIT TOO LONG (VERSIONS) Paul Johnson, CBS 12in
95 74 ALL I WANT IS TO GET AWAY Musto & Bones, CityBeat 12in promo
96 54 CANT DO NUTTIN’ FOR YA MAN Public Enemy, Def Jam LP
97 51 STEP ON (OAKENFOLD & OSBORNE MIXES) Happy Mondays, Factory 12in
98 45 CAN I KICK IT?/PUSH IT ALONG A Tribe Called Quest, US Jive LP
97 36 INDULGE (MIXES)/TO BE OR NOT TO BE (MIXES) Neal Howard, Network 12in
100= — RUB YOU THE RIGHT WAY (LP VERSION/SHORT VERSION) Johnny Gill, US Motown 12in
100= 92 LET’S GET BUSY (PUMP IT UP) Clubland feat Quartz, Supreme Records 12in promo

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