BEATS & PIECES
KISS-fm held a surprise birthday party for managing director Gordon Mac last week, where it became apparent that the long awaited London incremental station is now at last on schedule for a September 1 launch, with the easy to remember wavelength of 100FM! . . . ‘Sweet Dreams’ really did begin as a bootleg, not a scam, the new Angel version being a legal recreation by a guy genuinely called Dave Angel of that bootleg treatment, his already promoed version being out this week as flip to The Eurythmics’ ‘Angel’ (previously on commercial pressings without it) . . . Eden’s Paradise ‘The Dance (Revisited)’ has had to be withdrawn while its Orbital sample is completely recreated, full release now being due at the end of May — when Guru Josh ‘Who’s Law’ is out commercially with a different new A-side mix . . . Paul Dakeyne & Steve Anderson’s previously promo only remix of Doug Lazy ‘Let The Rhythm Pump’ is due commercially now (Atlantic A7919T) — Steve Anderson teamed this time with Dave Seaman who are the Brothers In Rhythm, responsible for ‘Peace And Harmony (ltalo’s Grand Finale)’ . . . The Blow Monkeys’ newie is in fact a four-track EP, with the hot ‘If You Love Somebody‘ (121¼bpm) — due for a Bones & Musto remix — and jerkily rambling Spanish guitar plucked ‘La Passionara‘ (112bpm) actually on the flip, while the A-side has the good delicately jittering pent up ‘The Other Side Of You‘ (100¼bpm) and, the lead track, sombre slow pop aimed ‘Springtime For The World‘ (81 bpm) . . . Frankie Bones & Lenny Dee’s multi-track ‘Looney Tunes II’ EP, reviewed in full on import only last week, has been rushed out here by XL Recordings (XLEP 104) . . . The Chimes ‘I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For’, apparently with mixes here that differ from the US version, is promoed in Louie Louie’s lushly swaying Street Mix (83bpm), Gil & Dill’s sparse bossy Boom Mix (84½bpm), and Scruff & Nick’s really soul drenched tapping Manasseh Mix (82¾bpm), to my mind the best . . . BHF Production’s delicately jiggling Edie Brickell/Soul II Soul-type Italian treatment of ‘Nothing Compares 2 U (Dove Mix)‘ (93¾bpm) by MXM is due here in fact on London, rather than the previously announced A.1. Records —this is now rivalled, incidentally, by a totally different guys sung chugging pop version from Germany by Chyp-Notic (119bpm) on Coconut . . . Emma Haywoode’s ‘Need Your Lovin” is being reissued next month in an apparently ‘Power’-ful German remix . . . NWA’s old ‘Express Yourself’ is being re-released in its original format (4th + B’way 12BRW 144) to coincide with their coming UK visit . . . Kim Lewis has set up PCP within the Pacific distribution set-up to handle both in-house and independent club promotion, for outside labels too, building a DJ mailing list at Pacific House, Vale Road, London N4 1QB (081-800 4465) . . . Andrew Skortis is building a DJ mailing list for the as yet little known record label Wing An’ A Prayer at 187 Charlemont Road, East Ham, London E6 4AG (081-472 9252) . . . Dambusters club plugger Jasper G puts his money where his mouth is and jocks on Klub Trick Saturdays at Mayfair’s Legends . . . Quartz, Paradox, Sunsonic, Audio One, Olimax & DJ Shapps plus jocks ‘Evil’ Eddie Richards, Carl Cox, Grooverider, Fabio and Wildchild whip up a Storm! in Brighton this Friday (18), credit card bookings on 0273-202881 . . . History’s ‘Afrika’ rapper Q-Tee PAs at Brixton’s The Fridge this Saturday (19) . . . DJ Kirsty B designs and makes personalised slipmats on 081-552 2928 . . . The Club Chart still having a high entry threshold, last week’s Bubblers that previously might have been expected to make the 100 included Last Tango, Mocca Soul, Kym Mazelle, Mellow Man Ace, Sinead O’Connor, Klymaxx, Frankie Bones & Lenny Dee ‘Looney Tunes II’, Sly & Lovechild, Ice Cube, The Unlimited Orchestra, The Beloved, The Blapps Posse, People People, BBG featuring Dina Taylor, Frazier Chorus, Guaranteed Raw, 4105, 2-Mad, Delusions Of Grandeur, Sybil, Fortran 5, Kate B . . . Irish jocks, look out for full details of Ireland’s first ever dance music/DJ seminar, to be held in Dublin on June 18 . . . KICKIN’!
Reviewed by Jon Dasilva and James Hamilton
LISA STANSFIELD ‘You Can’t Deny It’ (US Arista AD-2025)
Timed to rival her UK newie — with possibly a more sympathetic tempo for the Soul II Soul dominated UK market, too, right now — this US release is her album’s gently jiggling attractive swayer remixed by Gail ‘Sky’ King in Extended Version (100½bpm), Sky King Mix (101bpm) and Single Version (100¾bpm), coupled by the current UK EP’s vigorously socking ‘Lay Me Down‘ (111¾bpm).
VOICE OF AFRICA ‘Hoomba Hoomba’
SWEET MERCY ‘Reach Out’
DREAM FREQUENCY ‘Live The Dream’
TRICKY DISCO ‘Tricky Disco’
THE BELOVED ‘Time After Time’
RUBBERMAN ‘Rubberman Rocks The House (Boys Own Remix)’
SAINT ETIENNE ‘Only Love Can Break Your Heart’ (102¼bpm) (Heavenly HVN 212, via Revolver)
Neil Young’s 1970 US hit is the latest unlikely oldie to have a Soul II Soul-type rhythm grafted to it, backing however a rather painfully pitched deadpan female vocal that some I suppose might find “haunting”, thankfully flipped by a melodica doodled attractive more sinuous reggae-ish instrumental Version (100¾bpm).
970-CLUB ‘Ay Mas (Tell Me What You Want)’ (120¼bpm) (US Raw Records RAW-75005)
Chep Nunez & Louis Flores created breathy girls gasped and Eric Kupper synthed mellow boomy cantering groove, in pulsing ambient 970-Mood Mix, hollow 970-Club Dub, guy whispered 970-Rhythm Vocal Mix, urgently rattling 970-Club Beats, and bassily wriggling Original Concept Club Mix.
THE SHAMEN ‘Pro-Gen C-Mix’ (120bpm) (One Little Indian 36TP 12 LL)
The “move any mountain” indie dance hit in a wriggly thumping and bounding loose-limbed remix by Mr C, his sparser more electronic C-Mix Dub Edit (120½bpm) erupting halfway into a scratchily jolting exciting break, with a tightly lurching rapped and chanted ‘Pro-Gen Beatmaster 7B‘ (121½bpm), plus the Renegade Soundwave remixed emptily booming and tapping ‘Lightspan Soundwave‘ (122bpm).
THE UNLIMITED ORCHESTRA ‘K-Jee (Live And Unleashed)’ (119¾bpm) (Cooltempo COOLX 206)
The Nite-Liters’ 1971 US hit instrumental, later revived and featured on the ‘Saturday Night Fever’ soundtrack by MFSB, remade yet again in an audience overdubbed cantering Latin tinged Salsoul style with braying brass, or a better audience-less Philly style tootling and throbbing Sigma Mix.
LOGIC ‘The Warning’ (US Strictly Rhythm SR 1207)
Mystically muttered by Eddie Satin at the start of the main Inner Mix (120¼-120½bpm) until the cleanly bounding rhythm begins, this simple keyboards and trumpet deep house instrumental has taken off fast, with a shorter 2 Copy Mix (120¼bpm) too, strongly flipped by the similarly uncluttered percussive at times ‘washing machine’-ish attractive ‘The Final Frontier’, in Acoustic Mix (122¼bpm) and The Groove (122¼-122½bpm) versions.
KYM MAZELLE ‘Useless (I Don’t Need You Now) (Revenge Mix)’ (118¾bpm) (Syncopate 12SY 36)
Her Marshall Jefferson created wailing, gargling and chanting garage oldie now totally revamped by remixer Norman Cook with brightly shuffling new funky drum beats, tapping alone in his Revenge Bonus Beats, while Greg Wilson’s oddly titled Mazelle v Dangerous C (Winner Takes All) (118½-119bpm) bridges halfway from cantering soul to quaveringly backed male rap.
MANTRONIX (featuring Wondress) ‘Take Your Time (Beat You Down Mix)’ (108bpm) (Capitol 12CLX 573)
Mantronik jiggles everything now to a funky drummer’s beat which is brought right to the front, but bigger news for many is Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley’s startlingly uptempo flurrying Hurley’s House Mix (117½bpm) of last winter’s ‘Got To Have Your Love’, together with a routine jittery Illinois Mix (106bpm) on the flip.
A WAY OF LIFE ‘Trippin’ On Your Love (The Sunburst Remix)’ (118bpm) (Eternal YZ464TX)
Mistakenly assumed by some radio jocks to be religious, thanks to the label’s cruciform logo and — understandably, if you then think about it like that — every detail of the record’s title, the floor filling terrific Terence Trent D’Arby-ish hoarsely teased and Spanish guitar tickled fluid flier is even friskier in this lightly leaping remix, with its Sunshine Remix Instrumental as flip.
DJ ATOMICO ‘HERBIE’ ‘Atomic House (House Music Was Born)’ (120¼bpm) (CityBeat CBE 1251, via Beggars Banquet)
Woven by the Italian DJ at Modina’s Casablanca club from old house tracks, this grand piano jangled and T-Connection ‘Do What You Wanna Do’-type funky drum rattled Italo house shuffler repeats a few catchy hook lines (most notably the much used “don’t…stop”) and nags away in simplistic 1988 style, with more percussive Piano (120¼bpm) and Bass (120½bpm) Versions.
JAZZI P ‘Feel The Rhythm’ (122½bpm) (A&M USAT 691)
LA Mix produce their distinctive ‘Get Loose’ rapper of exactly a year ago in her own frisky sparse hip house bounder, catchily coloured by (credited) chinky guitar and bass elements from Chic’s ‘Le Freak’ and featuring a freaky ‘rewind’ gimmick, promoed in Club, 7-inch, dubwise The Tunnel, Instrumental and Acapella mixes, likely to be big to judge from DJs instant reaction.
MUSTO & BONES ‘The Future Is Ours’ (CityBeat CBLP 5)
Tommy & Frankie’s album seems ironically to have met with less response than their more slapdash Bonesbreaks/Looney Tunes type sets, but has, as well as the wriggly scurrying ‘All I Want Is To Get Away’ (122bpm), the soulful Lee Genesis croaked cantering ‘Don’t Give Up On My Lovin’‘ (120bpm), P.C.P. rapped frisky hip house ‘Dangerous On The Dance Floor‘ (122bpm), breezily burbling ‘Passion Devotion‘ (124bpm), wailing Stacey Parris jogged ‘Time Is Running Out‘ (95bpm), galloping jiggly ‘The Music Is Right‘ (124bpm), ‘Won’t Get Fooled Again’ flavoured jittery ‘I’m So Confused‘ (122¾bpm), monotonous throbbing ‘Give It Up Girl‘ (116bpm), twittery ‘See The Light‘ (122bpm), and stuttery juddering title track (120bpm).
LIGHT OF THE WORLD ‘One Destination’ (Cooltempo COOLX 209)
Not due until June but too hot to hold, this welcome return by the Seventies’ pioneering Britfunkers is an unhurriedly rolling funky jiggler something like a slower and lazier Pasadenas, mixed by Soul II Soul engineer Howie Bernstein for the Nomad In Tune and Nomad Left Foot Mixes (95¾bpm), or by Steve Anderson with a funkier tapping drummer for the more delicately arranged Goldmine Mix and soulful acappella harmonies started Canvey Island Dub (96bpm) — ahh, nostalgia!
LIAISONS D. ‘Sirenas’ (123½bpm) (Belgian USA Import Music USA 1107)
Combining dated acieed-type sirens (hence presumably the title) with the Snap girl’s current “I’ve got the power” and a male “yo, MC” chant, this exciting if slightly old fashioned noisy driving raver could well be overtaken by the flip’s jerkily leaping ‘He Chilled Out‘ (124bpm), washed with ambient water, wind and seagull sound effects while a butchly intoning voice paraphrases the Book Of Genesis (so that, “On the seventh day, God chilled out”!).
LISA STANSFIELD ‘What Did I Do To You? (Morales Mix)’ (124½bpm) (Arista 613 168)
This smoothly frantic David Morales remixed canterer, previously reviewed off a promo single, actually kicks off a commercial EP also featuring three brand new songs, the Dennis Edwards ‘Don’t Look Any Further’ bassed — so obviously with useful instant appeal! — ‘My Apple Heart‘ (102bpm), breezy back beat smacking ‘Lay Me Down‘ (112bpm), and chunkily lurching jiggly ‘Something’s Happenin’‘ (106bpm).
NATURAL EXPERIENCE Featuring KAYO ‘Don’t Leave Me (I’m With U)’ (107½bpm) (The Brothers Organisation 12 BORG 12, via Total/BMG)
Breaking down the Swedish ‘Going Back To Basics!’ five-track EP into what’s billed as Volume 1 here, this Philly flavoured chunkily chugging slinky groove (now name-checking its soulfully gasping girl) and its previously unreleased Instrumental are merely coupled by the frantically scratching hip house tempo Todd Terry-ish QUAKER STATE ‘Alternative Commercial‘ (121½bpm), the import’s other tracks presumably being saved for further volumes.
MUSTO & BONES ‘All I Want Is To Get Away (Remix)’ (121½bpm) (CityBeat CBE 1250, via Beggars Banquet)
Originally promoed in its album version but now commercially remixed, this lightly chanted girls and guys’ title line repeating attractive simple wriggly canterer goes through some twittery patches, with a Radio Edit (121¾bpm) of the beefier original and a properly twittery Bones Beats (121½bpm), plus the promo’s fully acidic ‘This Will Be Mine‘ (121¾bpm).
JOHNNY GILL ‘Rub You The Right Way’ (111bpm) (US Motown MOT4657)
New Edition’s former leader has actually been solo for quite a while but finally looks like breaking through here now with this Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis created chunkily lurching gruff swingbeat thudder, simply in its LP and Short versions.
SLY & LOVECHILD ‘The World According To… (The Soul Of Europe Mix By Andrew Weatherall)’ (120bpm) (Heavenly HVN 112, via Revolver)
Introed at length by some gospel sermon before it finally starts throbbing, this sitar twanged and temple blocks chimed bubbly bounder after a while is ramblingly wailed by a soulful girl, with a sermon-less more Indian style instrumental flip. What you might call freestyle house?
PARIS ‘Break The Grip Of Shame (The Final Call)’ (116¾bpm) (US Tommy Boy/Scarface Records TB 950)
Jittered by chicken scratch guitar and just plain scratching (very good, as it happens), this Malcolm X punctuated droning angry black pride rap grooves mightily through its long mix, a more tightly vocal Radio Mix (117bpm) still cutting up the “mother” word in a slippery flurry!
THE BRAND NEW HEAVIES ‘The Brand New Heavies’ (Acid Jazz JAZID LP23, via The Cartel)
An old fashioned Seventies style jazz-funk album complete with a live drummer (so easy to BPM!), this somewhat specialist though fast selling set has the attractive girls cooed Players Association-ish ‘Dream Come True’ (116½-117½bpm), also gentle girls cooed jerkily undulating ‘Ride In The Sky‘ (107¾-112bpm), brassily jittering ‘Shakedown‘ (114-118bpm), funkily jiggling JB’s-ish ‘Gimmie One Of Those‘ (100¼-101bpm), Jay Ella Ruth breathed wriggly trotting ‘Stay This Way‘ (114bpm), repetitive brassy street funk ‘People Get Ready‘ (112-115bpm), delicately meandering ‘Bnh‘ (106¼-113bpm), ponderously weaving ‘Put The Funk Back In It‘ (78½-82¼bpm), tricky pure jazz ‘Sphynx‘ (107-116bpm), most with even more fluctuating tempos than denoted.
CABARET VOLTAIRE ‘Keep On (Sweet Exorcist Mix)’ (120¼bpm) (Parlophone 12RXDJ 6250)
Originally promoed as a pop vocal in Phil Harding’s friskily churning Clubbing and Instrumental versions (120bpm) plus Paul Oakenfold’s less hurried Land Of Oz Mix (119¾-120¼bpm) (12RDJ 6250), but now newly remixed by Derrick May in three instrumental mixes so totally different that they seem almost unrelated, this electronically bleeping and bubbling treatment is the one that’s getting most reaction, flipped by a twittery acidic Sleazy Dog Mix (124¼bpm) and different again slowly jolting Mayday Mix (110¼bpm).
X-CLAN ‘Funkin’ Lesson (Edit)’ (113¼bpm) (4th + B’way 12BRW 168)
P’funkily rolling languid message rap reviving the classic Parliafunkadelicment, Zapp and Gap Band type of (one nation under a) groove, very George Clinton-esque although surprisingly without his direct involvement, flipped by the jazz-funk jiggled wordy ‘Raise The Flag‘ (99bpm) and jungle chant introed messily jumbled ‘Shaft’s Big Score‘ (108¾bpm). Interesting.
THE ’06 STYLE ‘Steppin’ Into The House’ (123¾bpm) (US Profile PRO-7298)
Lead swapping rap group’s title repeating frenetic jiggly shuffling hip house leaper, with its ‘Steppin’ Into The Crazy Dub’ (123½-123¾bpm), flipped by not only the wordier angry rumbling ‘Cut To The Chase‘ (113½bpm) and its Instrumental (113¼bpm) but also the chatter introed intriguing scraps woven rolling ‘Executive Order No. 1‘ (103¼bpm).
THE CLUB CHART – May 19, 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 04 HOLD ON (EXTENDED VERSION) En Vogue, Atlantic 12in
04 03 DIRTY CASH (MONEY TALKS) (SOLD OUT MIX) adventures of Stevie V, Mercury 12in
05 21 TECHNO TRANCE (PARADISE IS NOW)/YAAAAAAAAAAH (FREESTYLE CLUB MIX) D-Shake, Dutch Go Bang! Records 12in
06 06 JOY AND HEARTBREAK (MIXES) Movement .98 (featuring Carroll Thompson), Circa Records 12in twinpack promo
07 05 TRIPPIN’ ON YOUR LOVE (FULL LENGTH VERSION) A Way Of Life, Eternal 12in
08 37 I STILL HAVEN’T FOUND WHAT I’M LOOKING FOR (MIXES) The Chimes, CBS 12in
09 25 KILLER/BASSLINE CHANGED MY LIFE Adamski, MCA Records 12in
10 13 SWEET DREAMS (NIGHTMARE MIX) Angel, RCA 12in
11 08 SNAPPINESS/(HAPPENING/IMPULSE MIXES) BBG, Urban/Hoax Recordings 12in
12 23 THE MASTERPLAN Diana Brown & Barrie K. Sharpe, ffrr 12in pre-release
13 20 VENUS (THE PIANO/BONUS MIXES) Don Pablo’s Animals, Rumour Records 12in
14 09 LOVE THING (FIRST LOVE MIX)The Pasadenas, CBS 12in
15 07 WHAT AM I GONNA DO (ABOUT YOUR LOVE)? (SILK ON STEEL MIX) Tafuri, Sleeping Bag Records 12in
16 16 DO YOU DREAM (MIXES)/COME ON BACK Carlton, 3 Stripe/ffrr 12in
17 19 AND I LOVED YOU (THE CLASSIC MIXES) Satoshi Tomiie featuring Arnold Jarvis, ffrr 12in
18 27 DATE WITH THE RAIN (MIXES) Jamie Principle, US Atlantic 12in/UK promo
19 11 IT’S HAPPENIN’ Plus One featuring Sirron, MCA Records 12in
20 12 LOVING YOU (MIXES) Massivo featuring Tracy, Debut 12in
21 15 WE’VE GOT THE LOVE (MIXES)Touch Of Soul, Cooltempo 12in
22 18 WON’T TALK ABOUT IT/BEATS INTERNATIONAL THEME Beats International, Go.Beat 12in
23 44 I COME OFF (SOUTHERN COMFORT MIX) Young MC, Delicious Vinyl 12in
24 29 TOMORROW (WAREHOUSE MIX) Tongue ‘N’ Cheek, Syncopate 12in
25 46 VISIONS (MIXES) Robert Owens, 4th + B’way 12in
26 10 TAKE YOUR TIME (CLUB/DUB) Mantronix (featuring Wondress), Capitol 12in
27 31 FEEL THE RHYTHM (MIXES) Jazzi P, A&M 12in promo
28 14 UNTIL YOU COME BACK TO ME (THAT’S WHAT I’M GONNA DO)(BRIXTON BASS MIX) Miki Howard, Atlantic 12in
29 36 LET THE RHYTHM PUMP (DAKEYNE & ANDERSON REMIX) Doug Lazy, Atlantic 12in promo
30 63 WEIGHT FOR THE BASS (DIGI HOUSE MIX)/MUSICAL MELODY Unique 3, 10 Records 12in
31 24 HEAR THE DRUMMER GET WICKED (MIXES) Chad Jackson, Dance Trax 12in white label
32 38 STEPPING STONE (GHOST DANCE MIX) The Farm, Produce Records 12in
33 32 THE POWER (MAXI) Snap, Arista 12in
34 54 IF YOU LOVE SOMEBODY/LA PASSIONARA The Blow Monkeys, RCA 12in EP
35 39 SO SPECIAL (ORIGINAL MIX) Blaze, Motown 12in promo
36 51 DON’T MISS THE PARTYLINE (SHEA STADIUM MIX) Bizz Nizz, Cooltempo 12in
37 30 AFRIKA (LOVE & LAUGHTER MIX) History featuring Q-Tee, SBK.One 12in
38 17 THE DANCE (REVISITED) (MUSTO BONES REMIX) Eden’s Paradise, de/Construction Records 12in promo
39 28 OPEN UP YOUR MIND (UPSO/BRIXTON BASS MIXES) MC Mell’o’, RePublic Records 12in
40 53 RELEASE ME (MIXES) Fatman & Stella Mae, Cue 12in white label
41 22 TALKBACK (CLUB MIX/LOW FREQUENCY RESPONSE) Double Trouble, Desire 12in
42 re THE PLANET DANCE (MOVE YA BODY) Liquid Oxygen, Champion 12in
43 71 DOIN’ THE DO (KING JOHN MIX) Betty Boo, Rhythm King 12in
44 42 HIPPYCHICK (MIXES) Soho, S and M Records 12in
45 26 WHAT “U” WAITIN’ “4”? (JUNGLE FEVER MIX) Jungle Brothers, Eternal 12in
46 — TIME AFTER TIME (ROSS & DEMELZA)/(MUFFIN MIX)/(THROUGH THE ROUND WINDOW) The Beloved, eastwest 12in
47 66 PEACE AND HARMONY (ITALO’S GRAND FINALE) Brothers In Rhythm, 4th + B’way 12in promo
48 43 PRIDE (DANCE HALL/MORE THAN SPECIAL) Volume Ten featuring Paula David, RCA 12in
49 50 DON’T LEAVE ME (I’M WITH U)/(INSTRUMENTAL) Natural Experience/ ALTERNATIVE COMMERCIAL Quaker State (‘Going Back To Basics!’), The Brothers Organisation 12in
50 34 BABE WHAT’S GOIN’ ON (VERSIONS) Collina featuring L.T.J., Supreme Records 12in
51 — AND I LOVED YOU (RED ZONE MIXES) Satoshi Tomiie featuring Arnold Jarvis, ffrr 12in
52 100= RUB YOU THE RIGHT WAY (LP VERSION) Johnny Gill, US Motown 12in
53 94 DON’T MAKE ME WAIT TOO LONG (VERSIONS) Paul Johnson, CBS 12in
54 — DON’T MAKE ME WAIT/STAY/I STILL HAVEN’T FOUND WHAT I’M LOOKING FOR/HEAVEN/TRUE LOVE/UNDERESTIMATE/1-2-3/KIVE COMES TO MIND/STRONGER TOGETHER/LOVE SO TENDER The Chimes, US Columbia LP
55 — THE WARNING (INNER MIX/2 COPY MIX)/THE FINAL FRONTIER (ACOUSTIC MIX/THE GROOVE) Logic, US Strictly Rhythm 12in
56 90 WAY OUT WEST Man With No Name, Spiral Cut 12in
57 33 KILLER (REMIX) Adamski, MCA Records 12in
58 79 THE POWER (TRANSFORMER/GENERATOR MIXES) Snap, Arista 12in
59 — USELESS (I DON’T NEED YOU NOW) (REVENGE MIX/BONUS BEATS/MAZELLE v DANGEROUS C) Kym Mazelle, Syncopate 12in
60 97 STEP ON (OAKENFOLD & OSBORNE MIXES) Happy Mondays, Factory 12in
61 — SOMETHING IN THE AIR (MIXES)/REVOLUTION Promised Land, Big World Records 12in white label
62 78 TREAT ME RIGHT (CLUB MIX) Lance Ellington, A&M 12in
63 41 WHAT DID I DO TO YOU? (MORALES MIX/DUB) Lisa Stansfield, Arista 12in promo
64 57 KEEP ON (SWEET EXORCIST/SLEAZY DOG/MAYDAY MIXES) Cabaret Voltaire, Parlophone 12in
65 — ONLY LOVE CAN BREAK YOUR HEART/(VERSION) Saint Etienne, Heavenly 12in
66 61 SLY ONE (MIXES) Marina Van-Rooy, de/Construction Records 12in
67 92 YOU CAN’T DENY IT (SKY KING MIXES) Lisa Stansfield, US Arista 12in
68 — STEPPIN’ INTO THE HOUSE/(DUB)/EXECUTIVE ORDER No 1/CUT TO THE CHASE/(INSTRUMENTAL) The ’06 Style, US Profile 12in
69 re WELCOME TO MY GROOVE (HURLEY’S MIXES) Mellow Man Ace, Capitol 12in
70 98 CAN I KICK IT?/YOUTHFUL EXPRESSION/LUCK OF LUCIEN A Tribe Called Quest, US Jive LP
71 68 DEEP LOVE (MIXES) Dada Nada, Urban 12in pre-release
72 — WON’T YOU SHELTER ME (REMIX/DIGITAL MIX) Circuit, Cooltempo 12in
73 84 WE CAN MAKE IT (MIXES) Orr-Some, Debut Records 12in
74 56 CAN’T STOP LOVING YOU (MIXES) Richard Rogers, US SAM 12in
75 76 THE POEM Bobby Konders’ House Rhythms, US Nugroove 12in
76 64 DREAM COME TRUE/RIDE IN THE SKY The Brand New Heavies, Acid Jazz LP
77 77 FIND A WAY Coldcut featuring Queen Latifah, Ahead Of Our Time 12in
78 82 HOT MUSIC/GIVE IT UP (MIXES) Soho, US United Sounds Of America 12in
79 95 ALL I WANT IS TO GET AWAY/TEQUIRO Musto & Bones, CityBeat 12in promo
80 re INTERNATIONAL KARATE Demon Boyz, Mango Street 12in
81 — ALL I WANT IS TO GET AWAY (REMIX/BONES BEATS/RADIO EDIT)/THIS WILL BE MINE Musto & Bones, CityBeat 12in
82 55 GENERATIONS OF LOVE (MIXES) Jesus Loves You, More Protein 12in
83 72 ATOMIC HOUSE (VERSIONS) DJ Atomico “Herbie”, CityBeat 12in
84 45 NOT FORGOTTEN/(MIXES) Leftfield, Outer Rhythm 12in
85 — ARE YOU SPOKEN FOR? (MIXES) People People, Cooltempo 12in
86 69 ENJOY (GOLDEN LAY ORIGINAL/PAUL OAKENFOLD’S FUTURE MIX) Solid Gold Easy Amex featuring Red Box, east west 12in promo
87 52 LISTEN TO THE DRUMMER/REMEMBER Nation 12, Rhythm King 12in
88 — DISCOVER ME (RIDE ON TIME/SAX MIXES) Alisha Warren, RCA 12in
89 35 KAOS (BABY/ORIGINAL GERMAN SAUSAGE/2 DANES ON ACID MIXES) Dr Baker, Desire 12in
90 87 LIVE THE DREAM Dream Frequency, CityBeat 12in
91 re TREAT ME RIGHT (THE BIG JAM/JZJ MIXES) Adeva, Cooltempo 12in promo
92 100= LET’S GET BUSY (PUMP IT UP)/BEAT’N THE ART (SUMMER OF LOVE MIX) Clubland feat Quartz, Swedish BTECH 12in
93 re ‘LOONEY TUNES II’ Frankie Bones & Lenny Dee, XL Recordings 12in EP
94 80 PLEASE (PAUL OAKENFOLD FUTURE MIXJDUB) Pleasure, AnXious Records 12in
95 re I AM STRETCHED ON YOUR GRAVE Sinead O’Connor, Ensign 12in promo
96 — GHETTO HEAVEN (JAZZIE B MIX)/ONLY/SWEET LIBERATION/OVASAXED/AVENUE LUST/LITTLE WHITE, LITTLE BLACK LIES/TWISTED/IN SUMMER I FALL/THE LAST TEMPTATION/CHAIN The Family Stand, Atlantic LP
97 — COME AND GET YOUR LOVIN’ (HIP HOP MIX/INSTRUMENTAL/CLUB VERSION/ACAPPELLA) Jeff Redd, MCA Records 12in pre-release
98 re IN THE REALM OF THE SENSES (FANTASY/SOLARIS/REALM OF THE SENSI MIXES), Bass-O-Matic Guerilla Records 12in
99 re KEEP IT TOGETHER (EXTENDED MIX) David Grant, 4th + B’way 12in
100 — GIVE ME YOUR LOVE GIRL/(STRICKLY COOL MUSIC)/(RADIO VERSION) Billy Strick, US New Image 12in