BEATS AND PIECES
‘SILENT VOICE’ by Innocence, now that it’s due commercially (Cooltempo COOLX 212), is flipped not only by its chunkier short Senza Voce instrumental but also by a brand new atmospheric Doors ‘Riders On The Storm’ introed No-one Here Gets Out Alive remix of the earlier ‘Natural Thing’ (103bpm), without any Pink Floyd this time . . . Cooltempo are following up their success with Bizz Nizz and D-Shake by releasing the similar G.T.O. here . . . Squire Sound & Light has moved in Manchester from Salford to a purpose built unit (claimed to be now the largest disco equipment store in Europe) on Mercury Way, off Barton Dock Road in Trafford Park . . . Sunset Radio sales executive Peter (The Pilot) Lewyckyj is looking for increased record and video advertising on 061-953 5353 to help the Manchester black music station stay flourishing . . . Manchester’s new Eastern Bloc Records associated dance label, FRO is building a DJ mailing list at PO Box 265, Manchester M1 . . . Tom Henry is creating a brand new data base for the DJ mailing list at Club Preview UK, 6/9 Salisbury Promenade, Green Lanes, London N8 0RX (081-809 1460) . . . KISS-fm, gearing up for its September 1 launch date, has another of its rare groove collectors aimed Record Fairs this Sunday (July 15), 9am-4pm, in Highgate at Archway Road’s Jacksons Lane Community Centre . . . August Bank Holiday’s traditional Bournemouth weekender after eight years is moving right along the coast to Brighton, at the Metropole Hotel August 25-27, with Norman Jay, Bob Masters, Simon Dunmore, Nicky Holloway, Chris Brown, Jay Strongman, Bob Jones, Gilles Peterson, Gary Dennis, Paul Clark, Leo Ryan, Karl Brown, Dave Lyn, Def Dorris spinning soul, rap, garage, rare groove and some jazz but no house (the message being, “This is not a rave”) — only 850 strictly limited £25 tickets are available on 081-546 2754 and full accommodation details on 0273-607891 . . . Kent Soul Festival’s DJs, however, do have a Summer Rave at the Lido in Margate that Bank Holiday Monday, 4pm-midnight August 27 — free membership and £8 tickets on 0233-633652 . . . Wayout at Pentney Abbey near King’s Lynn on Friday, August 3, will feature Mark Purdy, Steve Jason, Chris James, Freaky D and Richard of Richard’s Parties playing big beats in a marquee plus Jamie Trundle, Steve Jackson and Ian Mortimer spinning laid back and alternative sounds in the actual abbey — advance tickets on 0945-63166 . . . Edinburgh’s Dream on Fridays at The Mission has severed all links with Glasgow’s Slam and gone its own very separate way, DJ Bootsy digging out classic pre-house dance tracks in a retrospective return to the US black tradition (which seems a roundabout way of saying soul oldies!) . . . Kym Daniels fires up Swanley’s Hickory’s on Fridays and Saturdays, the former strictly for house freaks . . . Thursdays’ Sub Club at Notting Hill’s Subterrania has come to an abrupt early end . . . Joy Barling Loyla (Theo’s missus), previously known as an artist but now an award winning long distance equestrian, is, with her horse Hero, representing Great Britain in a 100 mile endurance race in Stockholm on August 1, to meet some of the cost of which she is selling the original artwork of her most famous illustration, the well remembered cover for Level 42’s first album (it became their logo in the early Eighties) — realistic offers needed, urgently, on 0227 86 604 (office hours) . . . Janet Jackson’s current video might just revive the 50 years old fashion for zoot suits . . . I have been collecting records in a seriously big way since the early Sixties, which includes every UK single promoed between 1969-1984, all UK and most US chart hits from 1955 to 1988, as well as all the soul/disco releases from 1962 to date, plus imports, and yet still I estimate my collection (LP, 12, seven inch) at very roughly around only 360,000, so how 24 year old Chad Jackson could feasibly have amassed 750,000 already is a mystery — unless, of course, he inherited some! . . . KICKIN’!
LALAH HATHAWAY ‘Heaven Knows (12″ Edit)’ (96¼bpm) (US Virgin 0-96467)
Causing an instant stir, this superb Derek Bramble created traditionally soulful girl self-harmonised jiggly rolling steady swayer has a Soul II Soul-ish flavour with swirling and stabbing strings (Instrumental too), although in general style it could be from any time in the last 15 years — a shame it ends so abruptly, and seemingly so soon (after just over five minutes) — coupled by the Craig T. Cooper created nervier burbling but basically Herb Alpert ‘Rotation’ tempoed ‘U-Godit Gowin On‘ (102bpm).
MIKE ‘HITMAN’ WILSON featuring Shawn Christopher ‘Another Sleepless Night’ (121¾bpm) (HITMAN 1)
Only promoed on some uncredited BMG label but far too hot to hold, this soulfully wailing Shawn — a girl — multi-tracked terrific chunkily trotting attractive breezy canterer has a nagging piano and other slick ingredients that’ll hook you on first hearing, with an alternative slow starting then more bassily bashing so-called Jackswing Mix (121½bpm) as flip. Can you bear to wait?
TOGETHER ‘Hardcore Uproar’ (121½bpm) (ffrr FX 143)
Originally white labelled in Manchester as a limited edition of only 300 but chart-topping already for many of the jocks who obviously managed to get one, especially in the North (including Scotland), this dramatic synth chords then party effects started Bizz Nizz meets Adamski-type bleeping and jangling instrumental raver is punctuated by ‘human sampler’ Suddy’s vocal utterances in its Original Version, Radio Edit and Dub Mix, due fully in a fortnight.
TAMMY PAYNE ‘Free’ (97bpm) (wea YZ510T)
Successfully pre-released as a single-sided 10 inch on their Bristol Baseline Productions logo, Bristol based producers Andy Watkins & Paul Wilson’s sultry octave scaling Deniece Williams revival is now out commercially on 12-inch, in not only that Soul II Soul-ishly tempoed gentle rolling original promo version but also slower starting more tortuously languid The Trilogy Mix and shorter lushly swaying Freedom Version treatments (96¾bpm), coupled too by the squidgy tabla tapped wriggling Indo-jazz type ‘Push ‘Em’ (103¾bpm).
DNA ‘La Serenissima’ (119¾bpm) (Italian Uove Dischi 12 UOVE 001)
A formula virtually guaranteeing another ‘Venus’-like crossover hit with wide appeal, due here on Raw Bass Records (if not a UK pressing already), this sets the elegantly rococo tune made perennially popular by Rondo Venezziano to the over worked though still effective funky drummer hip house beat, with a Spanish guitar break despite its Italian origin, flipped by the unadorned ‘Serenissimo’ backing track. I can just imagine Mad Lizzie working out to this on TV-am!
AMBIENCE ‘(We Are) The Adored’ (122¼-122bpm) (Raw Bass Records 12 RBASS 002, via Pacific)
East London’s Geoff B and DJ Rapp seem to have created what could be called the first ambient house/lambada fusion in this guy muttered and girl cooed frisky lush canterer, with echoing flute and rattling percussion, flipped by its tighter Inst. (122bpm) and Andean-type Rain Mix (121½bpm).
PINK NOISE ‘Gimme Some More (Energy)’ (123bpm) (US Fourth Floor Records FF-1115)
About for a while, this raves aimed Adamski-ish percolating and spurting galloper has many familiar elements, including bursts of title line chant in its Energy Revised Club Mix or more beefily throbbing Kaotic Cube-X-Dub and ‘Axel F’-ishly chorded cantering Chase The Beat versions.
100Hz ‘Low Frequency Overload’ (124bpm) (Optimism JC 001)
Uninformatively white labelled, this warning announcement introed and “low frequency overload, one hundred Hertz” repeating simple loping electro bubbler from South London has an alternative more urgently bleeping jaunty B-side mix (123¾bpm), and after being about for a while seems now to be taking off.
STING ‘Englishman In New York (Ben Liebrand Remix)’ (101¾-102bpm) (A&M AMY 580)
Bootlegged back in March but now due out legally, Ben’s bashingly introed then (according to him) ‘Roadblock’ rhythm based lightly jiggling DMC remix of the Kenny G-ishly tootled attractive gentle jazzy swirler is flipped by a Jellybean remixed tapping and surging Steve Winwood-ish Dance Mix (124¼bpm) of the Pete Smith co-produced ‘If You Love Somebody Set Them Free‘, and a fractionally faster William Orbit produced/co-performed more Police-like version of the same title.
featuring: C’HANTAL ‘The Realm (Love In D Minor Mix)’ (120¼bpm) (US Powertraxx Records PTX-12-01)
Newly remade by Dennis Pino & Mike Martire, although originally created by Ralphie ‘Dee’ Dagostino & Anthony Mannino whose tubular bells tinkled brighter cantering Original Rave Mix (120bpm) by Paradise Inc. is included, this late Seventies-style synth washed and girl groaned (with a spoken intro), thumping and surging, chugging and throbbing episodic long instrumental is sorta N-R-G house from Brooklyn, with a briskly churning Bonus Break (120bpm) too. The labelling seems strange as the featured girl is hardly the main artist, but the only other credit in heavy type is the title.
IMPEDANCE ‘Don’t You Forget About Me’ (110¼-110bpm) (Jumpin’ & Pumpin’ 12TOT 7)
Following Soft Cell’s ‘Tainted Love’ it is now Simple Minds’ turn to be reinterpreted, in this tones and tapping introed then thrummingly chugging languid deadpan whispered pop treatment, flipped by its Dub (109¼bpm) plus the mournfully mumbled though bubblier ‘To The Bone‘ (121bpm).
THE SOUP DRAGONS ‘I’m Free’ (103bpm) (Raw TV/Big Life RTV 9T)
This pop-rock style repetitive nasally chanted Rolling Stones penned shuffling rumbler, with bursts of Junior Reid ragga rap and Inspirational Gospel Choir support as it builds remorselessly to a yowling guitar climax, is certainly not the usual sort of Club Chart entry but has attracted DJ attention as part of the Madchester boom, flipped by the breathily muttered rolling ‘Lovegod Dub‘ (92bpm) from the Dragons’ album.
NEW YORK – S.O.H.O. ‘Hot Music’ (112½bpm) (Outer Rhythm FOOT 7, via Rhythm King)
Recently warm on import as by just Soho though here with an adjusted artist credit to avoid confusion with our own ‘Hippychick’ act of the same name, Pal Joey’s jazzy piano and sax loops repeating drum thumped jerky jazz/hip hop fusion is in Jazz and fractionally faster Row Mixes, flipped by the brisk sparse bassily bounding ‘Give It Up’ house instrumental in Passion (123½bpm) and Pumping (123¾bpm) Mixes.
KRYSTAL & SHABBA RANKS ‘Twice My Age’ (92¼bpm) (ffrr FX 139)
Never slow to force feed any likely looking dance music trend, ffrr further fuel the predicted reggae fusion with an Augustus ‘Gussie’ Clarke produced four-tracker containing this rawly jerking lurcher in which ragga rapping DJ Shabba punctuates Krystal’s catchy vocal (she sets new words to the, credited, Jacques Brel/Rod McKuen co-penned tune of Terry Jacks’ Seasons In The Sun’) and its rapless The Raw Mix, huge in Jamaica and New York, plus the sax squeaked rhythmically similar DEAN FRASER ‘Teenage Lover‘ (92¼bpm) and, an unrelated album track hit not previously on single, the lovely romantic swaying COCOA TEA ‘First Date‘ (88bpm).
FRESH CONNECTION ‘Love Don’t Live Here Anymore’ (Reachin’ Records FCC 01T, via Spartan/G&M)
A much less polished rival for Double Trouble’s Rose Royce revival, this however has a naive ‘street’ charm of its own, with a lovers rooted mournfully plaintive girl and mumbling raggamuffin guy doodling through its Extended Mix (92bpm) and more percussively rumbling Club Mix (91bpm), coupled by a dull rolling instrumental ‘Spark’s Groove’ (99¼bpm).
HOW II HOUSE ‘Lift The Nation (Underground Nation Mix)’ (123½bpm) (Outer Rhythm FOOT 6, via Rhythm King)
Licensed from Canada’s Big Shot Records, this chiming gong underpinned breezily scurrying and pattering house jangler repeats some mumbling comments but is basically instrumental, flipped by a gong-less though drain gurgled washing machine style How II Mix (124¾bpm) plus the similarly tempoed twittery ‘I Want U 2 Love Me‘ (125½bpm).
VARIOUS ‘Going Back To Basics! Volume 2’ (The Brothers Organisation 12 BORG 13, via Total/BMG)
The hottest track on this final UK instalment of the originally single SweMix EP has proved to be DENNIZ POP ‘Visions’ (119¾bpm), an in fact newly re-recorded and extended though now less ‘French Kiss’-ish and beefy bass thudded instrumental electro loper, coupled here with the burblingly scurrying OUT OF VISION ‘Yo!‘ (123¾bpm) and twittery throbbing KARMA ‘Nobody‘ (119½bpm).
ABOVE THE LAW ‘Untouchable’ (111bpm) (Epic 656067 6)
L.A. rappers on Ruthless Records like N.W.A. (and indeed produced by, amongst others, Dr. Dre and Eazy-E), their ‘Livin’ Like Hustlers’ album’s wordily drawling jiggly swayer being coupled on a four-tracker with the more urgently rapped though slower rolling ‘Menace To Society‘ (105bpm), plus (not from the album) the sombrely sinister ‘What Cha Can Prove (Mega Mix)‘ (100½bpm) and its Instrumental (100¼bpm), a subsequent 12-inch apparently containing some exclusive UK mixes.
J.B. MC ‘Hold Your Space’ (Rhyme ‘n’ Reason Records 12 RNR 8)
Slough based fast talking raggamuffin rapper Ruddi and Big City Productions’ Patrick, Tariq, Scott and Stuart combined to create this bassily jumbled nervy hip house wriggler, with a nice vibes break in not only the Full Vocal Club Mix (114¾bpm) but also the faster flip’s fiercely spitting The Club Mix and sparsely instrumental The Funky Drum Mix (118¾bpm).
JOANNA LAW ‘First Time Ever (Louie Louie Remix)’ (102bpm) (CityBeat CBX 1252)
The Club Chart topping slinky Roberta Flack revival in a good bassily rumbling remix with some growling Gary Barnacle sax accents, flipped by its rolling Louie Louie Dub (102½bpm) plus the original import’s Mellow Groove Dub (103bpm), the latter with James Taylor doodling on Hammond organ.
EN VOGUE ‘Lies (Extended Funky Remix)’ (99bpm) (Atlantic A7893)
Promoed as a single-sider (surprisingly under the east west logo rather than Atlantic), this track didn’t necessarily stand out from the girls’ album but now given a “public service announcement” intro and funkily tugging bass bumped beat it rolls remorselessly along to good enough effect, with an alternative more slinkily soulful and less dense Avant Garde Funky Remix, flipped commercially by its Extended Avant Garde Funky Remix plus that jerkier original LP Version (99¾bpm).
DOUBLE TROUBLE ‘Love Don’t Live Here Anymore (Remixes)’ (Desire WANTX 32R)
The Carl Brown muttered then Janette Sewell sung Rose Royce revival now on a remixed four-tracker in Judge Jules, Roy The Roach & Dan Donovan’s steadily swaying 90’s Sleng Teng Mix (89¼bpm), Double Trouble’s own hollow squidgily wriggling sparse Back To Bassics Mix (89bpm), and Kevin Hedges’ more chunkily lurching The Blaze Remix (88¾bpm), plus Dynamic Guv’nors Jazzy Jason & Dazzle Dee’s jerkily shuffling Blappsed Up To Rarse Mix of the hip house ‘Do Your Thing’ (118bpm).
LIL LOUIS & THE WORLD ‘Nyce & Slo (The Heavenly Mix)’ (100¾-98¾bpm) (ffrr FXR 137)
To my mind rather better than the boringly monotonous frequency oscillated initial mixes, this all new coupling has a buoyantly throbbing jiggly attractive instrumental remix, decelerating towards the end, or a similarly bassed more subdued sexy girl and guy whispered, kisses punctuated X-Rated Version (100¾bpm) — which, mixers beware, actually dips imperceptibly (to 99bpm) before returning to speed at the very end — plus their chugging short X-Rated Beats (100¾bpm) and the weaving slow semi-falsetto ‘Insecure (Running In The Circle Of Love Remix)’ (40/80¼bpm).
VOICE OF AFRICA ‘Hoomba Hoomba (Boiling Mix)’ (96¼bpm) (Tam Tam Records RTTT 027)
Still blending African drumbeats and a Soul II Soul rhythm with attractive mellow piano and muted afro chanting, this lazily swaying remix now adds a languidly soulful female to make a vocal version that’s taking off fast in its own right, flipped on white label by another untitled but more chunkily percussive instrumental mix (96½bpm).
SAINT ETIENNE ‘Only Love Can Break Your Heart (A Mix Of Two Halves)’ (100¾bpm) (Heavenly HVN 212 R, via Revolver)
Andy Weatherall’s better more sparsely rolling remix of the Neil Young revival is based on its attractively weaving melodica toned instrumental Version, pausing halfway like its title suggests before continuing with some of the girl’s deadpan vocal added to the same groove, flipped now by a wukka wukk-ed and pshta pshta-ed ‘The Official Saint Etienne World Cup Theme’ (120¼bpm), with bursts of soccer commentary.
DIGITAL UNDERGROUND ‘Doowutchyalike (‘Just Throw A Breakbeat Up Under There’ Mix)’ (108¾bpm) (BCM Records BCM 463 X)
The zany rappers’ P’funky debut reissued now in a revealingly titled chugging remix by DJ Mark The 45 King, plus its radio station identification break punctuated — remember? — original long Playhowyalike Mix, coupled by their album’s conversational condoms discussing ‘Packet Man’ also in a DJ Mark The 45 King Mix (98½bpm) and its LP Version (98bpm), CJ Mackintosh remixes of the latter being due imminently too.
THE GRID ‘Floatation (Progressive Mix)’ (101½bpm) (eastwest YZ475TX)
Richard Norris and Dave Ball’s ‘Sn/appiness’-style gorgeous slinkily swaying combination of the lilting grooves from Malcolm McLaren’s ‘Madam Butterfly’ and Art Garfunkel’s ‘Bright Eyes’ now substitutes gently yowling guitars and snatches of ‘Walking In The Air’ from ‘The Snowman’ in Olimax & DJ Shapps’ more dreamily undulating though rhythmically pausing, tempoless ambient waves and gurgling drains introed/outroed remix, flipped by a less haunting Original Studio Version (101¾bpm) and the two years old experimental ‘Islamatron One‘ (127½bpm).
THE CLUB CHART – July 14, 1990
01 08 OOOPS UP/(THE OTHER MIX/INSTRUMENTAL) Snap, Arista 12in
02 05 THINKING OF YOU (ROCK STEADY/DREAM MIXES) Maureen Walsh, Urban 12in
03 01 FIRST TIME EVER (MELLOW GROOVE/BUMPY) Joanna Law, CityBeat 12in
04 11 LOVE DON’T LIVE HERE ANYMORE (CLUB MIX/INSTRUMENTAL) Double Trouble, Desire 12in
05 03 SILENT VOICE/INSTRUMENTAL Innocence, Cooltempo 12in pre-release
06 04 MONIE IN THE MIDDLE (MIXES) Monie Love, Cooltempo 12in
07 33 FREE Tammy Payne, wea 12in
08 06 THE MASTERPLAN Diana Brown & Barrie K. Sharpe, ffrr 12in
09 02 I’M STILL WAITING (PHIL CHILL 1990 REMIXES) Diana Ross, Motown 12in
10 10 FACTS OF LIFE (DANCIN’ DANNY D’S MIXES) Danny Madden, Eternal 12in
11 14 PURE (PURE ENERGY/JOURNEY MIX) G.T.O., Dutch Go Bang! Records 12in
12 17 LFO (THE LEEDS WAREHOUSE MIX)/TRACK 4 LFO, W.A.R.P. Records 12in
13 07 OUTSTANDING/(MACATTACK MIX) Kenny Thomas, Cooltempo 12in
14 — LIES (FUNKY REMIXES/LP VERSION) En Vogue, Atlantic 12in
15 15 HEAR THE DRUMMER (GET WICKED) (EXTENDED VERSION) Chad Jackson, Big Wave 12in
16 12 HEAVEN KNOWS Cool Down Zone, 10 Records 12in
17 19 ALRIGHT (HIP HOP MIX) Janet Jackson, A&M 12in
18 20 LOVING YOU/(THE LONG HOT SUMMER MIX) Massivo featuring Tracy, Debut 12in
19 31 RELEASE ME (GOSPEL) Fatman & Stella Mae, Cue Records 12in
20 24 LAST NIGHT A DJ SAVED MY LIFE (MIXES) Coldjam featuring Grace, Big Wave 12in
21 28 CLOSE TO YOU (THE ROUNDHOUSE MIXES) Maxi Priest, 10 Records 12in
22 21 I LOVE MUSIC (SLAMMING LARGE MIX) Darryl Pandy, Eternal 12in
23 58 WASH YOUR FACE IN MY SINK (MIXES) Dream Warriors, 4+B’ 12in
24 26 TRICKY DISCO/(PAST TRICKY’S BEDTIME MIX) Tricky Disco, W.A.R.P. Records/Outer Rhythm 12in mailing list promo
25 30 I’M STILL WAITING Courtney Pine featuring Carroll Thompson, Mango 12in
26 09 BEEF (THE FUTURE MIX) Gary Clail On-U Sound System featuring Bim Sherman, RCA 12in
27 16 TREAT ME GOOD (EXTENDED VERSION) Yazz, Big Life 12in
28 54 SWING The Deff Boyz (featuring Tony Mac), Supreme Records 12in
29 59 EVERYTHING (LONG/KICKIN’ MIXES) Kicking Back with Taxman, 10 Records 12in promo
30 13 PARTY CHILDREN (12” MIX)/WICKED IN MOMBASSA (SUBROSA RAPSTYLE/ORIGINAL) Mark Summers, 4 + B’ 12in
31 23 PIANONEGRO (LONG MIX/NEGROGROOVE) Pianonegro, Epic 12in
32 66 DON’T GO AWAY (MIXES) Boneshakers, Reachin’ Records 12in
33 84 DOIN OUR OWN DANG (REMIXES) Jungle Brothers, Eternal 12in
34 27 YAAAAAAAAAAH (FREESTYLE CLUB MIX)/TECHNO TRANCE (PARADISE IS NOW/REVISITED) D-Shake, Cooltempo 12in
35 47 OAKLAND STROKE (BRIXTON BASS/UPSO MIXES) Tony! Toni! Toné!, Wing Records 12in
36 22 FLOATATION (SUBSONIC GRID/SONIC SWING MIXES) The Grid, eastwest 12in
37 40 LAMBORGHINI Shut Up And Dance, Shut Up And Dance 12in
38 18 OH SUSANNA (TOM’S DINER) Suzanne Vega, S&B 12in bootleg
39 57 WHY CAN’T WE LIVE TOGETHER (WAR & PEACE/ORIGINAL MIXES) Timmy Thomas, T.K. Records 12in
40 62 PSYKO FUNK (NOMAD SOUL/COLDCUT MIXES) Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E., 4+B’ 12in
41 — IN THE LIFE (KEYS MIX)/TO WIN YOUR LOVE (SUPER-DOPE MIX/N.Y. MIX)/DON’T FIGHT IT (YO YO YO MIX)/FEEL THE MELODY (MELLOW MIX) Da Posse, RePublic Records 12in
42 60 LOVELY THING Reggae Philharmonic Orchestra featuring Jazzy Joyce, Mango 12in
43 35 COME INTO MY HOUSE (MIXES) Queen Latifah, Gee Street 12in promo
44 — SOME KIND OF HEAVEN (HEAVENLY MIX) BBG, Urban 12in pre-release
45 42 GET SWEET LOVE (GHETTO MIX) Jay Mondi & The Living Bass, 10 Records 12in
46 — ROCKIN’ OVER THE BEAT (LP VERSION)/THIS BEAT IS TECHNOTRONIC (SWANYARD REMIX) Technotronic featuring Ya Kid K, Swanyard Records Ltd 12in
47 36 MISSING YOU/PEOPLE/OUR TIME HAS NOW COME/IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT/TIME (UNTITLED)/ 1990 A NEW DECADE Soul II Soul, 10 Records LP
48 GOTTA TURN THE MUSIC UP (HARD-CORE/CRITICAL/SOFT-CORE MIXES/DUB) MC Showbizz and The Lap 1 Crew, 1st Bass 12in pre-release
49 43 BACK BY DOPE DEMAND/FEEL THE FLOW (MIXES) King Bee, 1st Bass 12in
50 100= THE BEGINNING/SALSA LIFE Rhythim Is Rhythim, Kool Kat 12in
51 — DOOWUTCHYALIKE (JUST THROW A BREAKBEAT UP UNDER THERE/PLAYHOWYALIKE MIXES)/PACKET MAN (DJ MARK THE 45 KING MIX/LP VERSION) Digital Underground, BCM Records 12in
52 — WONDERFUL WORLD (12” FX MIX) Wildski, Arista 12in pre-release
53 re AFFECTION Liaz, Kool Kat/Big Life 12in
54 79 GET DUMB! (FREE YOUR BODY) (THE CLIVILLES/COLE REMIXES) The Crew featuring Freedom Williams, US Vendetta Records 12in
55 97 THE LAST TREE—NATURE MIX (HUMAN …) M.C. Buzz B, Polydor 12in
56 32 WON’T YOU SHELTER ME/(DIGITAL MIX) Circuit, Cooltempo 12in
57 41 DATE WITH THE RAIN (MIXES) Jamie Principle, Atlantic 12in
58 — HOTEL CALIFORNIA (IBIZA 90 MIX/INSTRU-MENTAL MIX/JAM) Jam On The Mutha, W.A.U! Mr. Modo Recordings 12in white label
59 25 HOOMBA HOOMBA (MIXES) Voice Of Africa, Tam Tam Records 12in
60 48 SLY ONE (PICKERING PARK REMIX/KRAKOW MIX) Marina Van-Rooy de/Construction Records 12in
61 73 FEEL THE RHYTHM (MIXES) Jazzi P, A&M 12in
62 100= TAKE ME (CLIFTON MIX/INSTRUMENTAL) E.B.T.G., blanco y negro 12in
63 78 NAKED IN THE RAIN (MIXES) Blue Pearl, W.A.U! Mr. Modo Recordings/Big Life 12in
64 63 U CAN’T TOUCH THIS (VERSIONS) MC Hammer, Capitol 12in
65 29 NYCE & SLO (THE BLOW HORN MIX/THE LUVBUG/R-RATED Lil Louis & The World ffrr 12in pre-release
66 51 EASY LIFE/MAGIC/SEARCHIN’/RESCUE ME (CITY LIGHTS) Cabaret Voltaire (‘Groovy, Laidback And Nasty’ EP), Parlophone 12in
67 86 I LIKE GIRLS (CLUB MIX/LEE’S CLUB MIX) Mr. Lee, Jive 12in
68 — IT IS JAZZ (MIXES) Tingo Tango, Champion 12in
69 76 FILE #3/1/2/4 The Utopia Project, US Nugroove 12in
70 100= A HUGE EVER GROWING REMIX (ORBITAL DANCE MIX) Orb, W.A.U! Mr. Modo Recordings/Big Life 12in
71 91 HOT MUSIC/GIVE IT UP (MIXES) New York—S.O.H.O., Outer Rhythm 12in
72 — EVERYTHING (THE MANIC MIX/DUB)/DEVOTION (DANGEROUS MIX) Kicking Back with Taxman, 10 Records 12in
73 53 I GOT TA (VERSIONS)/ME AND THE BIZ Master Ace, US Cold Chillin’ 12in
74 — HARDCORE UPROAR (MIXES) Together, Greenhouse Records 12in limited edition white label
75 38 THE FUTURE (REMIX)/ELECTRIC CHAIR Prince, German Warner Bros 12in
76 100= GIMME SOME MORE (ENERGY) (MIXES) Pink Noise, US Fourth Floor Records 12in
77 — DARK SECRET (X-RATED RnB MIX) David Rudder & Margareth Menezes, London 12in pre-release
78 44 LET’S GET BUSY (PUMP IT UP)/THE WORLD OF MUSIC (LIBERATION MIX) Clubland feat Quartz, Supreme Records 12in
79 re THE SUN MACHINE (SOMEDAY MORNING/RAPPED UP WARM MIXES/DREAM MACHINE) E-ZEE Possee, More Protein 12in
80 70 ONLY FOR THE HEADSTRONG/OUT OF YOUR HEAD Psychotropic, Raw Bass Records 12in
81 96 OVERDOSE (THE FINAL TRIP) Major Problems (The Effects Can Last Forever), US Nugroove 12in
82 re THE ONLY RHYME THAT BITES MC Tunes Vs 808 State/THE ONLY RHYME THAT BYTES 808 State, ZTT 12in
83 — NOBODY (BLUE MIX/STREET MIX) Tongue ‘n’ Cheek, Syncopate 12in promo
84 — REELING (DAYTIME DANCE MIX/DW MIX) The Pasadenas, CBS 12in promo
85 re DOIN’ THE DO (KING JOHN MIX) Betty Boo, Rhythm King 12in
86 95 GOOD LOVE (EXTENDED HYPE CLUB) Klymaxx, MCA Records 12in
87 — KEEP ON DANCIN’ (HOLLYWOOD’S 5:00 AM CLUB/1990 MIXES) Gary’s Gang, BCM Records 12in
88 — FEEL (A-SIDE/B-SIDE) Rescue, Profile 12in white label
89 99 (WE ARE) THE ADORED Ambience, Raw Bass Records 12in
90 — SHE AIN’T WORTH IT (THE BOILER HOUSE 12-INCH REMIX) Glenn Medeiros featuring Bobby Brown, London 12in
91 — FAST FISH AND LOOSE FISH (THE RAPPER’S TALE) QRZ? featuring Stepz, 10 Records 12in pre-release
92 37 IF U KEEP IT UP/(IF U DRUM IT MIX) Liz Torres, Jive 12in
93 — PARADISE Karen Smith, Mango Street 12in promo
94 69 TWICE MY AGE/(THE RAW MIX) Krystal & Shabba Ranks, ffrr 12in pre-release
95 — LET’S GET IT STARTED (MIXES) Precious, MCA Records 12in promo
96 67 LET THE RHYTHM HIT ‘EM/RUN FOR COVER/SET ‘EM STRAIGHT/KEEP ‘EM EAGER TO LISTEN/ERIC B. MADE MY DAY Eric B. & Rakim, MCA Records LP
97 — PORTRAIT OF A MASTERPIECE (CJ’S ED-DID-IT MIXES/HIP HOP 12” VERSION) The D.O.C., eastwest 12” promo
98 re SOMETHING IN THE AIR (EXTENDED) Promised Land, Big World 12in
99 — OCEAN TO OCEAN (JUAN’S MAGIC MIX) Model 500, Kool Kat 12” promo
100 — WHAT TIME IS LOVE? (LIVE AT TRANCENTRAL) The K.L.F., KLF Communications 12in white label