June 2, 1990: Rebel MC, D-Shake, Pianonegro, Richard Rogers, Milira

BEATS & PIECES

SEDA 90, the South Eastern Discotheque Association’s latest annual disco equipment exhibition, is this Sunday (June 3) at Gravesend’s Woodville Halls between noon and 6pm, with the opening ceremony conducted by Stevie V — so don’t be late, if that’s who you want to see! . . . Eternal Records, just to be different, have reverted to the fast disappearing seven inch format for their initially very limited white label promos of the bass and drum jogged extremely soulful Danny Madden ‘Facts Of Life‘ (98bpm), produced and mixed by Dancin’ Danny D, one to look out for . . . Mahesh Bajaj is relaunching the ‘Upfront’ series of dance compilation albums that he started on Serious Records back in 1986, now through his Sarni Lange partnered new label Solid (Sound Of London’s Independent Dance), ‘Upfront One‘ being due on its subsidiary Upfront logo next week with 15 tracks including current UK and Continental releases by such as Don Pablo’s Animals, Pianonegro, Rhythmatic, Musto & Bones, and Critical Rhythm — future singles include a remake of Melba Moore’s ‘This Is It’ by Ruth, and the Italian Jackie Moore’s version of Phil Collins’ ‘I Wish It Would Rain Down’ (club and radio DJ mailing list applications to Solid Records Limited, Unit 30, Sheraton Business Centre, Wadsworth Road, Perivale, Middlesex UB6 7JB, telephone 081-566 7117) . . . Paul Gotel is updating the specialist hip hop/rap and alternative/indie dance DJ mailing lists at Power Promotions (081-746 1210), where the brand new press office is run by Cheryl Flynn . . . Logic’s currently hot ‘The Warning’ will soon be out here on Pacific’s new label Planet Pacific, specialising in the more underground type of dance material, while Vandal’s ‘Laws Of Chance’ EP, warm on import back in February/March mainly for ‘Amazing Grace’, has been picked up here by de/Construction Records . . . Fatman & Stella Mae ‘Release Me’ — whose mixes on the now fully labelled Cue Records pressing turn out to be called Gospel, Techno, and Beatstumental (sic) — has in fact been picked up for further release by ffrr . . . ‘K-Jee’ was promoed and reviewed as being by The Unlimited Orchestra, but finished commercial pressings credit the Cooltempo Unlimited Orchestra . . . Calloway ‘I Wanna Be Rich’, reviewed last week as a Solar import, is out here now on Epic (655515 6) . . . Mr Lee’s ‘Get Busy’ hip house album, reviewed on import three weeks ago, is also out here (Jive HIP 98) . . . Dutch remix wizard Ben Liebrand has a debut album released under his own name within the next month, on Epic . . . ‘La Passionara’, the track that’s really selling The Blow Monkeys’ EP, could well be more beefily remixed with added vocals — but not necessarily for release until incorporated into the follow-up . . . Electribe 101’s next single looks like being a revival of Odyssey’s ‘Inside Out’ . . . Digger presents this Wednesday (30), at his weekly specialist swingbeat and rap Bounced night in Mayfair’s Legends, PAs by Johnny Gill, Glen Goldsmith, Emma Haywoode, and the Licensed To Dance (LTD) dance troupe . . . Balearic DJs like Danny Rampling, Paul Oakenfold, Andy Weatherall, Terry Farley, Rocky & Diesel and Ben & Andy (amongst many) will be jocking on Ibiza at the Ku Club, Summum, Es Paradis, Pacha and Amnesia during the specially organised Ibiza 90 holiday package that runs for your choice of either one or two weeks from this Sunday (June 3), all inclusive (flights/accommodation/club passes) at £226 or £260 (club passes alone at £40 or £50), tickets and full details on 081-845 1695 . . . Rimini’s luxurious El Paradiso club, inspired by Italy’s hosting of the World Cup, is promoting a so-called Euro Club Tour ’90, inviting certain DJs from the competing nations to bring their own club crowds to party (separately, you may be relieved to hear!) on consecutive Thursdays through July, kicking off with Kid Batchelor and cohorts from London’s Confusion, Solaris, Stringfellows (?), and the Café De Paris as the representatives of Great Britain on July 5, followed on subsequent Thursdays by France, Spain and Germany — details of an inclusive £140 four day package for the above named clubs’ members and friends from Musika Inc, 7-8 Gosfield Street, London W I . . . Last week’s bubblers just outside the Club Chart Top 100 included Musto & Bones LP, Rubberman, Fluke, Man Machine featuring Zen, Klymaxx, The Blapps Posse, Frazier Chorus, The Wee Papa Girl Rappers, Tony! Toni! Toné! and Touch Of Soul.


HOT VINYL

REBEL MC ‘Rebel Music’ (118bpm) (Desire WANTX 31)
Co-produced by the Rebel and Simon Law, this slow starting then cowbell and drums clonked hip house tempo nervily jiggling raggamuffin rap is counterpointed by smoothly moaning Jenni Evans, with jazzy piano and flute doodling through the beats, in Rebel-ism and looser sounding The Article Mixes, sure to be big.

D-SHAKE ‘Yaaaaaaaaaah (Freestyle Club Mix)’ (123bpm) (Cooltempo COOLX 213)
Here in fact abbreviated down to ‘Yaaah’, which isn’t such fun, this instantly kicking more loosely flurrying variation of the shouts prodded frantic Dutch double-sider’s excitingly galloping basic instrumental is now getting increased attention and probably is more ‘commercial’, but just as on import it’s still much less hot than the flip’s fiercer industrially driving ‘Techno Trance’ (123¼bpm), tempolessly starting and pausing in its original Paradise Is Now mix but also here in a useful new Revisited re-edit minus the midway pause.

PIANONEGRO ‘Pianonegro’ (93bpm) (Italian Dance-World Attack DWA 00.13)
In short supply at first although instantly hot for all who have managed to find it, this Robyx created gradually building afro chanted and piano plonked ‘Jingo’/’Going Back To My Roots’-ishly tinged slinkily grooving purposeful jogger (in Long Mix, Radio Edit and piano-less percussive Negro Groove versions) should be huge once it’s more readily available. Incidentally, ‘negro’ in this Italian context is the translation of ‘black’.

RICHARD ROGERS ‘Can’t Stop Loving You’ (106bpm) (BCM Records BCM 450)
Perhaps just too classy for today’s cheapened tastes, this Marshall Jefferson created pure Seventies style — even down to using not only real drums and brass but also real shimmering strings! — smoothly jogging roller is soulfully agonised and breathily scatted in Steppin’, Stepper’s Reunion, Radio, and long Acappella Mixes, not to be missed by anyone who thinks on reading this they might like it. You will!

MILIRA ‘Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology) (12″ Version)’ (97½bpm) (Motown/Apollo Theatre Records ZT 43680)
A truly superb sultry Anita Baker-ish jiggly tapping revival of Marvin Gaye’s classic, now even more appropriate to our times than ever, Milira swooping and scatting with screeching electric fiddle and mellow sax echoing her moves in the long rhythm breaks (Radio Version and Instrumental flip), fractionally slower than the import.

BLACK BOX ‘Everybody Everybody (Le Freak Mix)’ (117½bpm) (de/Construction Records PT 43716)
Not noticeably based in any way on Chic’s ‘Le Freak’ (unlike Jazzi P’s newie!), this blandly striding A-side mix of the lightweight wailer is competent enough but hardly memorable, the flip’s more attractively cantering Love Unlimited Edit (117bpm) having a far catchier vocal melody that does stand out (drifting Rockapella too) — however, jocks of discernment now seem to be playing instead the ‘Dreamland’ album’s slinkily pulsing remake of EWF’s ‘Fantasy‘ (98bpm).

New York’s SWEET SENSATION ‘Child Of Love (Rock The House Mix)’ (124¼bpm) (Acco B8983 SAM)
Renamed here presumably so as not to clash with our own mid-Seventies ‘Sad Sweet Dreamer’ group (who were guys), this Ted Currier produced shrill girl trio have a US hit galloping Hi-NRG revival of Diana Ross & The Supremes’ ‘Love Child‘ which apparently has just been released here too, although the only track that’s been promoed is this unrelated driving rhythm chugger punctuated by effects, samples and King Shameek’s scratches, but — apart possibly from the odd comment — not noticeably much by the girls! I can’t say I’m complaining.

KOOL MOE DEE ‘African Pride’ (US Jive 1336-1-JD)
A strong six track EP led off on Side A by three mixes of the menacingly rapped though jauntily chugging, Mohawks ‘Champ’ organ punctuated and Baron Ricks scratched ‘God Made Me Funke’ (spelt “F-U-N-K-E!”), in its New Mix, Original Mix and Instrumental (104bpm), flipped by the James Brown “I’m Black And I’m Proud” chant adapting starkly strutting ‘Say It Loud (African Proud)‘ (111bpm), Teddy Riley co-produced ‘Soul Makossa’ beat based jolting sombre ‘Pump Your Fist‘ (111bpm) and ‘Thank You (Falletinme Be Mice Elf Agin)’ beat based jiggling angry ‘Knowledge Is King (Remix)‘ (107¾bpm).

DREAM IN GOA ‘Shine On You Crazy Diamond’ (Italian Pre-Release ST 110)
On an unspecified label, this tapping and swaying Soul II Soul-ishly tempoed remake of the languid guitar pinged Pink Floyd tune — likely to attract interest as already used recently, of course, to colour ‘Natural Thing’ by Innocence — is at 45rpm in its Club Long Version (99¼bpm), but flipped at 33⅓rpm by a more tightly tuneful Radio Long Version (99½bpm) and its separately titled ‘Chapora (Do It Yourself)‘ drum, bass and organ rhythm track.

EINSTEIN ‘Are We Ready To Party’ (104¾bpm) (Music Of Life NOTE 36)
Produced by Norman Cook, with namechecking “nuff respects” gratitude from Einstein, this steadily rolling and rumbling unhurried rap has sensible lyrics that brag a bit but are unaggressive (Radio Version and funky Instrumental too), coupled by the DJ Leader 1 produced slyly amusing funky drummed ‘Friday Night & Saturday Morning (1990 Remix)‘ (100bpm).

BEL BIV DEVOE ‘Poison’ (112bpm) (MCA Records MCAT 1414)
New Edition members Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins and Ronnie Devoe’s oddly named (until you know its origin) splinter group is storming the US chart with this Bobby Brown-ish tightly muttered and crooned bright swingbeat jitterer, here in Mental, Smoothed and R&B Mixes, all fairly similar.

WAS NOT WAS ‘Papa Was A Rolling Stone’ (115¼bpm) (fontana WAS 712)
Not even promoed to DJs in this, the mix that hit the pop chart last week, as a much more club credible remix was waiting already in the wings, this still faithfully ‘psyche-soul’ jiggly remake of Norman Whitfield’s Temptations classic is indeed far tougher and more 1990 in its Steve Jervier remixed The Full Rub (115bpm) (WASR 712), chugging and wriggling instrumentally before the gruff vocals join in and a rap suddenly erupts, flipped by a totally different sparsely subdued rapping jittery Richie Rich Remix (114¼bpm) and Richie’s Bass-Apella.

WHITE KNIGHT ‘Get Crazy’ (122¼bpm) (US Jive 1346-1-JD)
Initially rather over familiar seeming, spittingly rapped and stuttered sk’ouse-ish hip house jerker reaching though in Bad Boy Bill’s Club Mix a good long bassy break and in White Knight’s Radio Mix an exciting ‘Shout’ climax, while their Crazy Drummer Instrumental shuffles thumpingly along and the London remixed (by our own) Double Trouble Club Mix (122bpm) hits not surprisingly a less angular jumpy UK hip house rap groove, coupled also by the unrelated though similar more stuttery ‘Clap Your Hands‘ (122¼bpm) in Club and Radio Mixes.

RHYTHMATIC ‘Take Me Back (Robert Gordon 0742 Edit “With Extra Bass”)’ (122¾bpm) (Network NWKT 8)
As previously detailed before pressings were available, Mark Gamble and Leroy Crawford’s early Eighties-type simple breezily surging electro instrumental, originally big on their own 0742 pre-release label, has merely been re-edited for full commercial release by Sheffield’s Robert Gordon with added bass resonance, plus a Robert Gordon Radio Edit and the original Bass-Head Mix as flip, while, now also out separately, Mark & Leroy’s own much more jittery Headstrong Remix – With Bleeps (123bpm) (NWKTR 8) is a possibly even better and certainly beefier double-sider, borrowing (with permission) its bleeps from Separate Minds’ ‘1st Bass’, with a really powerfully smacking twittery 0254 Remix With Feeling (122¾bpm) as flip (0254 being an incomplete telephone area code this time!).

MXM ‘Nothing Compares 2 U (Dove Mix)’ (93¾bpm) (London LONX 267)
Produced by J.T. and the BHF Productions team responsible for ‘Moments In Soul’, ‘Venus’ and others, this moderately soundalike Italian remake of Sinead O’Connor’s international smash adds an inevitably Soul II Soul-ish gently jiggling rhythm to make it more danceable, with a jangling ‘Piano 4 U‘ instrumental and half-speed more Sinead-like Love Mix (47bpm), while ironically it is now rivalled by a similar though more mellow UK cover version sweetly cooed by Helen Shaw, in Club Mix, Roman Mix, and Dub Instrumental,

POWERJAM ‘Nothing Compares 2 U’ (95½bpm) (Champion CHAMP 12-252)

SNAP ‘World Power’ (Logic Records 210 682, via BMG)
Their Germany pressed album is pleasant rather than hard hitting, so not perhaps essential, with the UK chart-topping ‘The Power’ (109bpm), corny ‘afro’ chanted ‘Sultana’-ish jiggly chugging ‘Cult Of Snap’ (110bpm), studio talkback introed tensely rolling rap ‘Witness The Strength‘ (100bpm), jaunty light hip house ‘Mary Had A Little Boy‘ (121bpm), ‘Power’ rhythm pattered comically rapped (not for airplay!) ‘Blasé Blasé‘ (108bpm), Public Enemy answering ‘Believe The Hype‘ (121 bpm), attractively tinkling gruffly chatted Clarence Carter-ish ‘I’m Gonna Get You (To Whom It May Concern)‘ (104/52bpm), while the girl wailed and guy rapped chunkily jiggling ‘Ooops Up‘ (103bpm), quoting the title line from ‘Oops Up Side Your Head’ though more Shirley & Company ‘Shame, Shame, Shame’ tempoed, has also been promoed (Arista 613 296 DJ) on a 33⅓rpm white label in three unspecified mixes (one a dub).

TERRY HUNTER ‘Madness’ (US Muzique Records MR004)
A minimalist electro house instrumental four tracker, with its sparsely pulsing title tune in Armando’s House Mix (117¾bpm) and Terry Hunter’s Orig. Mix (117½bpm), plus the Coke bottle clinking ‘Back 2 House (The House Mix)‘ (118½bpm) and twittery hard beat ‘Mind Over Matter (The Mind Mix)‘ (119bpm), all fairly specialist though effective in their way.

KYM MAZELLE ‘Useless (I Don’t Need You Now) (Moody Mix)’ (118½bpm) (Syncopate 12SYX 36)
Norman Cook’s remix may have had the initial mailing list attention as it was released first, but this MFSB flavoured smoothly pushing mellow David Morales remix is the one that immediately attracted most actual sales, giving Kym’s wailing vocal a sophisticated jazzy soul setting, with throbbing largely instrumental Trump and only briefly rhythmic ambient Ivana Mixes too.

SOFT HOUSE COMPANY ‘What You Need…’ (Global Village NOR 2, via Phonogram)
Hanging about on Italian IRMA import since at least last November yet only briefly charting in January, this real ‘sleeper’ (now helping launch a new Phonogram label) is here still in its grand piano plonked jauntily skipping stuttery Original Mix (119¾bpm) and more percussively trotting instrumental …A Little Piano (121¾bpm) variation, plus brand new funkily jiggling Funky Guitar (121bpm) and similar though more loosely jittering Much Needed (121¼bpm) Mixes.

CHAD JACKSON ‘Hear The Drummer Get Wicked’ (108bpm) (Big Wave BWR 36T)
One of Chad’s remixes of ‘The 900 Number’ originally promoed (and intended for release) as an adjunct to DJ Mark The 45 King’s reissued original, but now out under his own name at DJ Mark’s suggestion, this pop chart storming combination of the old Marva Whitney ‘Unwind Yourself sax riff, jiggling Soul II Soul beats and ‘For The Love Of Money’ bass, plus lots more besides, is flipped by its 7-inch Edit and the new jazzy and rattling instrumental ‘High On Life (Live From Manchester)‘ (120½bpm). It may have taken time for the 1987 World DJ Mixing Champion to make his recording debut, but now that he has he’s done it in style.


THE CLUB CHART – June 2, 1990

01 02 HOLD ON (EXTENDED VERSION) En Vogue, Atlantic 12in
02 13 THE MASTERPLAN Diana Brown & Barrie K. Sharpe, ffrr 12in
03 10 I STILL HAVEN’T FOUND WHAT I’M LOOKING FOR (MIXES)The Chimes, CBS 12in
04 01 A DREAMS A DREAM (A NIGHT AT THE OPERA MIX/CLUB DUB)/COURTNEY BLOWS Soul II Soul, 10 Records 12in
05 04 LOVING YOU (MIXES) Massivo featuring Tracy, Debut 12in
06 — TIME (UNTITLED)/OUR TIME HAS NOW COME/MISSING YOU Soul II Soul, 10 Records LP
07 05 DIRTY CA$H (MONEY TALKS) (SOLD OUT MIX) adventures of Stevie V, Mercury 12in
08 09 JOY AND HEARTBREAK (THE RAID/FUTURE MIXES) Movement .98 (featuring Carroll Thompson), Circa Records 12in
09 06 IT’S HAPPENIN’ Plus One featuring Sirron, MCA Records 12in
10 11 GHETTO HEAVEN (THE JAZZIE B MIX) The Family Stand, Atlantic 12in
11 21 TAKE YOUR TIME (CLUB/DUB) Mantronix (featuring Wondress), Capitol 12in
12 08 KILLER/BASSLINE CHANGED MY LIFE Adamski, MCA Records 12in
13 03 TECHNO TRANCE (PARADISE IS NOW/REVISITED)/YAAAAAAAAAAH (FREESTYLE CLUB MIX) D-Shake, Cooltempo 12in
14 14 DATE WITH THE RAIN (MIXES) Jamie Principle, Atlantic 12in
15 — HEAVEN KNOWS/COME BE MY LOVER)/I ALWAYS SEEM TO CRY Cool Down Zone, 10 Records 12in
16 — HEAR THE DRUMMER (GET WICKED)/HIGH ON LIFE Chad Jackson, Big Wave 12in
17 16 LOVE THING (FIRST LOVE MIX) The Pasadenas, CBS 12in
18 20 SWEET DREAMS (NIGHTMARE MIX) Angel, RCA 12in
19 41 ONLY LOVE CAN BREAK YOUR HEART Saint Etienne, Heavenly 12in
20 15 FEEL THE RHYTHM (MIXES) Jazzi P, A&M 12in
21 31 BABE WHAT’S GOIN’ ON (VERSIONS) Collina featuring L.T.J., Supreme Records 12in
22 — EVERYBODY EVERYBODY (LE FREAK MIX/LOVE UNLIMITED EDIT) Black Box, de/Construction Records 12in
23 17 VENUS (THE PIANO/BONUS MIXES) Don Pablo’s Animals, Rumour Records 12in
24 28 AND I LOVED YOU (RED ZONE MIXES) Satoshi Tomiie featuring Arnold Jarvis, ffrr 12in
25 29 DO YOU DREAM (MIXES)/COME ON BACK Carlton, 3 Stripe/ffrr 12in
26 19 WHAT AM I GONNA DO (ABOUT YOUR LOVE)? (SILK ON STEEL MIX) Tafuri, Sleeping Bag Records 12in
27 — CLOSE TO YOU (THE ROUNDHOUSE MIXES) Maxi Priest, 10 Records 12in
28 23 LET THE RHYTHM HIT ‘EM (MIXES) Eric B & Rakim, US MCA Records 12in
29 07 WON’T TALK ABOUT IT Beats International, Go.Beat 12in
30 33 WON’T YOU SHELTER ME/(DIGITAL MIX) Circuit, Cooltempo 12in
31 44 I COME OFF (SOUTHERN COMFORT MIX) Young MC, Delicious Vinyl 12in
32 86 CHILD OF LOVE (ROCK THE HOUSE MIX)/LOVE CHILD (VERSIONS) New York’s Sweet Sensation, Atco 12in
33 37 WHAT DID I DO TO YOU? (MORALES MIX)/MY APPLE HEART Lisa Stansfield, Arista 12in EP
34 24 RELEASE ME (GOSPEL/TECHNO/BEATSTUMENTAL) Fatman & Stella Mae, Cue Records 12in
35 — EVERYTHING (KICKIN’/MELTDOWN/ORIGINAL 7″ MIXES) Kicking Back, 10 Records 12in
36 39 REBEL MUSIC (REBEL-ISM/THE ARTICLE MIXES) Rebel MC, Desire 12in
37 — DON’T WANNA FALL IN LOVE (TEDDY RILEY MIXES) Jane Child, Warner Bros 12in
38 100= NOTHING COMPARES 2 U (DOVE MIX) MXM, London 12in
39 re PEACE AND HARMONY (ITALO’S GRAND FINALE) Brothers In Rhythm, 4th + B’way 12in
40 — PIANONEGRO (MIXES) Pianonegro, Italian Dance-World Attack 12in
41 27 WE’VE GOT THE LOVE/PIANO/XYLOPHONE) Touch Of Soul, Cooltempo 12in
42 66 LET THE RHYTHM PUMP (REMIX) Doug Lazy, Atlantic 12in
43 53 SOMETHING IN THE AIR Promised Land, Big World Records 12in
44 92 CAN’T STOP LOVING YOU (MIXES) Richard Rogers, BCM Records 12in
45 36 TRIPPIN’ ON YOUR LOVE (FULL LENGTH VERSION) A Way Of Life, Eternal 12in
46 22 IF YOU LOVE SOMEBODY/LA PASSIONARA The Blow Monkeys, RCA 12in EP
47 — PARTY CHILDREN (MIXES)/WICKED IN MOMBASSA (ORIGINAL/SUBROSA RAPSTYLE) Mark Summers 4 + B’way 12in
48 32 KAOS (BABY/ORIGINAL GERMAN SAUSAGE/2 DANES ON ACID MIXES) Dr Baker, Desire 12in
49 34 RUB YOU THE RIGHT WAY (UK MIXES) Johnny Gill, Motown 12in
50 — NAKED IN THE RAIN (EXTENDED/INSTRUMENTAL MIXES/MASSEY’S 808 JAZZ MIX) Blue Pearl, Big Life/W.A.U/Mr. Modo Recordings 12in
51 61 THINKING OF YOU (MIXES) Maureen Walsh, Urban 12in pre-release
52 12 SNAPPINESS/(HAPPENING/IMPULSE MIXES) BBG, Urban/Hoax Recordings 12in
53 25 OPEN UP YOUR MIND (UPSO/BRIXTON BASS MIXES) MC Mello’, RePublic Records 12in
54 67 LET’S GET BUSY (PUMP IT UP) Clubland feat Quartz, Supreme Records 12in promo
55 55 TAKE ME BACK (ROBERT GORDON 0742 EDIT “WITH EXTRA BASS”/BASS-HEAD MIX) Rhythmatic, Network 12in
56 30 UNTIL YOU COME BACK TO ME (THAT’S WHAT I’M GONNA DO) (BRIXTON BASS MIX) Miki Howard, Atlantic 12in
57 48 PRIDE (DANCE HALL/MORE THAN SPECIAL) Volume Ten featuring Paula David, RCA 12in
58 re DON’T PLAY ME RAW (MIXES) Ecstasy, US Sleeping Bag Records 12in
59 60 TOMORROW (WAREHOUSE MIX)Tongue ‘N’ Cheek, Syncopate 12in
60 65 DON’T MAKE ME WAIT/STAY/I STILL HAVEN’T FOUND WHAT I’M LOOKING FOR/ HEAVEN/TRUE LOVE/UNDERESTIMATE/1-2-3 The Chimes, US Columbia LP
61 18 THE DANCE (REVISITED) (MUSTO BONES REMIX) Eden’s Paradise, de/Construction Records 12in promo
62 87 ONE DESTINATION (MIXES) Light Of The World, Cooltempo 12in pre-release
63 26 DOIN’ THE DO (KING JOHN MIX) Betty Boo, Rhythm King 12in
64 59 SO SPECIAL (ORIGINAL MIX)/MISSION Blaze, Motown 12in promo
65 72 MERCY MERCY ME (THE ECOLOGY) (VERSIONS) Milira, Motown 12in
66 62 ARE YOU SPOKEN FOR? (MIXES) People People, Cooltempo 12in
67 91 LIVE THE DREAM Dream Frequency, CityBeat 12in
68 — LOVE DON’T LIVE HERE ANYMORE (CLUB MIX/INSTRUMENTAL) Double Trouble, Desire 12in pre-release
69 70 POISON (MENTAL/SMOOTHED/R&B MIXES) Bel Biv Devoe, MCA Records 12in
70 51 DON’T LEAVE ME (I’M WITH U) Natural Experience (‘Going Back To Basics!), The Brothers Organisation 12in
71 77 USELESS (I DON’T NEED YOU NOW) (MOODY/TRUMP MIXES) Kym Mazelle, Syncopate 12in
72 — GET IN THE GROOVE The Wee Papa Girl Rappers, Jive 12in promo
73 — DID YOU FIND A HEART (CLUB/HIP HOP/DUB MIXES) Destry, Desire 12in mailing list promo
74 96 KILLER (REMIX) Adamski, MCA Records 12in
75 — SHINE ON YOU CRAZY DIAMOND (CLUB LONG VERSION/RADIO/CHAPORA) Dream In Goa, Italian Pre-Release 12in
76 47 SO SPECIAL (SO SO MIX) Blaze, Motown 12in
77 — IF U KEEP IT UP/(IF U DRUM IT MIX) Liz Torres, Jive 12in pre-release
78 — FANTASY/HOLD ON/OPEN YOUR EYES/STRIKE IT UP/EVERYBODY EVERYBODY/GHOST BOX/I DON’T KNOW ANYBODY ELSE/RIDE ON TIME Black Box, de/Construction Records LP
79 GOOD LOVE (EXTENDED HYPE CLUB/INSTRUMENTAL VIBES) Klymaxx, MCA Records 12in
80 — OOOPS UP/(THE OTHER MIX/INSTRUMENTAL) Snap, Arista 12in promo
81 95 WE ARE READY TO PARTY Einstein, Music Of Life 12in
82 35 DEEP LOVE (MIXES) Dada Nada, Urban 12in
83 76 TALKBACK (CLUB MIX/LOW FREQUENCY RESPONSE) Double Trouble, Desire 12in
84 re ALL I WANT IS TO GET AWAY (REMIX) Musto & Bones, CityBeat 12in
85 79 WHAT YOU NEED . . . (MIXES) Soft House Company, Global Village 12in pre-release
86 — CLOUD 8 (PAUL OAKENFOLD’S RAID/FUTURE MIXES) Frazier Chorus, Virgin 12in
87 — ALTERED STATES/THE AFTERLIFE/MAKING LOVE Ron Trent, US Warehouse Records 12in
88 — KEEP ON PUMPIN’ IT UP/(ORCHESTRA DUB)/PHANTASM Freestyle Orchestra Featuring D’borah, SBK.One 12in pre-release
89 74 IN THE REALM OF THE SENSES (FANTASY/SOLARIS/REALM OF THE SENSI MIXES) Bass-O-Matic, Guerilla Records 12in
90 43 HOT MUSIC/GIVE IT UP (MIXES) Soho, US United Sounds Of America 12in
91 50 THE WARNING/THE FINAL FRONTIER (MIXES) Logic, US Strictly Rhythm 12in
92 — I’M STILL WAITING (PHIL CHILL 1990 REMIX — THE FULL MONTY/FUNKY IN THE PLACE 12″ REMIX/ORIGINAL VERSION) Diana Ross, Motown 12in pre-release
93 42 FALL INTO A TRANCE (BROOKLYN FUNK ESSENTIAL MIX)/IT COULD NOT HAPPEN (ESSENTIAL TRANCE HALL MIX) Critical Rhythm, Network 12in
94 — OAKLAND STROKE (BRIXTON BASS/UPSO MIXES) Tony! Toni! Toné!, Wing Records 12in pre-release
95 — FADE TO BLACK/(INSTRUMENTAL/B-SIDE VOCAL) L.A. Star, Profile 12in white label
96 — CLOUD 8 (SWING MACHINE VOCAL MIX/RICHIE RICH RECONSTRUCTION/7″ VERSION) Frazier Chorus, Virgin 12in pre-release
97 49 I AM STRETCHED ON YOUR GRAVE Sinead O’Connor, Ensign 12in promo
98 — MR RIGHT (THE ORR-SOME MIX/DAMON ROCHEFORT MIX) Sharon Dee Clarke, Rumour Records 12in
99 — GIVE IT UP (MIXES) Dr. Blackstein, Oh’Zone Records 12in
100 — LET THE MUSIC PLAY (MIXES) Georgia Jones, Mercury 12in pre-release

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