BEATS & PIECES
THE BEATLES’ ‘Yesterday’ followed by John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’ are hotly rumoured to be due as the next big bootleg remixes in funky drummer stylee — inevitably, someone had to do it . . . D.N.A. (totally unconnected with the foregoing, so don’t read between the lines), despite now realising they would have ended up making much more money had they left ‘Tom’s Diner’ as a bootleg, have also remixed ‘Rusted Pipe’ from Suzanne Vega’s most recent album — except A&M in the States appear reluctant to allow its release as they don’t want her to become too established in people’s minds as a disco artiste! — plus The The’s ‘Armageddon Days‘, Tongue ‘N’ Cheek’s remake of Patrice Rushen’s ‘Forget Me Nots‘, and Ryuichi Sakamoto’s remake (with Mike Love of the Beach Boys on lead vocal) of the Rolling Stones’ We Love You’, while their own follow-up to ‘La Serenissima’ will be a remake of David Bowie’s ‘Rebel Rebel’ with a house beat (but no “wooh yeah”!) . . . ‘Everybody’ turns out here to be credited on commercial pressings to The Criminal Element Orchestra featuring Wendell Williams, in just two mixes now (both 121¾bpm), the A-side’s Rap being a bowdlerized version of the import’s (Everybody) Rap Your Body minus its possibly controversial “Michael Jackson yelps” (if you get my meaning), flipped by a similar brand new Doesn’t Rap instrumental which was neither previously promoed nor on import . . . Peter Harris, head of GTi/Kickin Records, had niggling superstitious misgivings about the catalogue number of The Scientist’s ‘The Exorcist’ and so changed it from GTI 013T to KICK 1T on the printed label, but the unlucky “13” remained as the matrix number stamped in the vinyl — which may or may not have jinxed the first commercial pressing to be faulty and need scrapping, the at last loaded distributor’s van to catch fire, and finally the then contracted national courier’s lorry containing most of the successfully pressed copies (amongst other valuables) to be hi-jacked from outside King’s Cross station last Sunday night, with the consequence that as of last week the majority of shops still had not received the much in demand single (which, one trusts without hitch, is being repressed yet again)! . . . Raw Bass Records (who have licensed Ashford & Simpson’s in demand ‘Love Or Physical‘ Capitol LP track from last year for singles release here) are planning a series of talent showcasing separate soul, techno, and rap compilation albums each containing eight new tunes by various otherwise unsigned UK artists, who will get royalties and the chance of attracting major label attention — send cassettes for consideration to Henry Yori, 99 Budleigh Crescent, Welling, Kent DA16 1DP . . . Music Factory Mastermixes, the monthly subscription megamix service for DJs only, having been founded in July 1986 by the folks who went on to create Jive Bunny, is currently celebrating its 50th issue with a triple LP pack containing eight megamixes (including the hits of Madonna, Technotronic, WestBam and various recent release medleys), a remix of Dennis Edwards’ ‘Don’t Look Any Further’ plus Part 21 of the regular ‘DJ Toolkit’ of useful samples and drop-ins, instead of the usual just two LPs — subscribers also receive a newsletter, a copy of ‘Jocks’, occasional promos (including all Music Factory Dance releases) and discounts on certain disco equipment, the UK subscription rate ranging from £15 per month to £165 a year with one-off trial copies of this or previous month’s issues being available (apply first for a membership agreement form to Music Factory Mastermixes, Hawthorne House, 5/7 Fitzwilliam Street, Parkgate, Rotherham, South Yorkshire S62 6EP, telephone 0709 710022, fax 0709 523141) . . . Alex Kerr-Wilson, manager of Tom Astor’s famous Orinoco studios (as immortalised in Enya’s ‘Orinoco Flow’), has for some time also been running an agency now formally known as Orinoco Mix which handles (on 071-232 0008) a specialist team of studio experienced remixers comprised so far of DJs Steve Proctor, Noel Watson, Carl Cox, Tommy D and engineer Ian Tregonin, all with impressive individual track records . . . Dancin’ Danny D — currently so massive in the States following the US pop success of D Mob that ironically he got mobbed just while out shopping for clothes there! — has produced two tracks for a “dance album” by movie star Kim Basinger, while here he has signed Juliet Roberts to a Slam Jam Productions/Eternal deal that kicks off with a reportedly excellent revival of Nat ‘King’ Cole’s ‘Again’ . . . Xpansions’ ‘Elevation’ has in fact been picked up by Arista (613 683), rather than de/Construction, but remains with an Optimism Records label . . . Nightmares On Wax’s previously reviewed promo (out fully in a fortnight) is indeed called ‘Aftermath’, flipped by ‘I’m For Real’ . . . Angel C’s calmly rapped though powerfully pushing ‘Impossible Dream’ (C.T. Records CTT 14), reviewed rather early six weeks ago as a promo, is only now just out commercially following club and Kiss 100 fm support by the likes of Jay Strongman and Danny Rampling . . . Tami Carrington, formerly at Motown and BMG, is a recent recruit to independent club pluggers Power Promotions (071-482 0728), where in particular — reflecting her own personal interest — she is building a specialist rap DJ mailing list . . . Backstreet Promotions are updating their mailing list for DJs in the London area, on 081-459 5545 . . . Hi Tek 3 featuring Ya Kid K’s ‘Spin That Wheel (Turtles Get Real)’ is merely a newly subtitled UK reissue of a single that happened to be included on the ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ soundtrack album, while the official follow-up to the Partners In Kryme ‘Turtle Power’ chart-topper will be a percussively smacking Italo house-type Music Factory remix/remake of Orchestra On A Half Shell’s ‘Turtle Rhapsody’, out in early November at the same time as the film . . . Soft Cell’s old material is getting the updated remix treatment . . . Paul ‘Trouble Those Decks’ Anderson has been remixing Blaze’s ‘Get Up’ . . . The Grid’s ‘A Beat Called Love’ has had its superior 7″ Mix promoed on an exaggeratedly hi-fi eastwest Transcription Broadcast Service 12 inch test pressing, which looks very impressive but the detailed technical data included could just be satirical gobbledygook! . . . George Benson’s latest album, ‘Big Boss Band’, is a big band jazz set largely accompanied by the Count Basie Band (now led by saxophonist Frank Foster), first planned with the Count while he was still alive . . . DJ Lof, having last Thursday started the weekly Crosstown Traffic upstairs at Coventry’s Park Lane, this and the first Thursday of every month incorporates a Dress Up Before You Mess Up club night especially for fashion and art students to parade their creations — and on this week’s launch night (October 4) BBC-tv’s ‘The Clothes Show’ will be filming, among other attractions (details on Coventry 403984 after 6pm) . . . Swanley’s Hickorys has gone rootsy with Kym Daniels’ classy soul music Saturdays . . . Spalding DJ Johnny Corcoran has just started writing a monthly Disco page in Lincolnshire’s ‘South Holland Times’ . . . Italy’s big dance craze this summer was the sega (pronounced “ceegar”), apparently not unlike the lambada, so how long before cash-in records reach us? . . . BOOMIN’!
Reviewed by James Hamilton and Streets Ahead
THE DYNAMIC GUV’NORS ‘I Can’t Live Without You’/‘I Know My Task’/‘These Guys Are Doper Than Dope’
PRESSURE DROP ‘Back To Back’
SINDECUT ‘Tell Me Why’/LP version/‘Wisdom’
NINJAMAN and FLOURGON ‘Zig It Up (The Main Attraction Remix)’
HI TEK featuring YA KID K ‘Spin That Wheel (Turtles Get Real)’
TODAY ‘I Got The Feeling’
STEVE HARVEY ‘I’m The One’
QUEEN MOTHER RAGE ‘Slipping Into Darkness’
STYLE ‘The Assassinator (Paralysing Mix/Killer Mix)’
RUBY TURNER ‘It’s A Cryin’ Shame (UK Remix)’
OMAR ‘There’s Nothing Like This’ (72bpm) (Kongo Dance DPST 7, via 081-453 0638)
Selling fast as causing a huge stir on radio (and probably hearth rugs!), if not yet dance floors, this lovely sensuous Al Jarreau-ish jogger is lifted from the jazzy Herne Bay soulster’s Jazz FM plugged hit album (further proof that the new incremental stations have the power to bring subtle mid- and down-tempo black music back to popular prominence), flipped by its Radio Mix and the sparse jiggly half-steppin’ ‘Don’t Mean A Thing‘ (95¾bpm).
ITAL ROCKERS ‘Ital’s Anthem (Trebledown-Bassup Mix)’ (125bpm) (Bass-ic BASS 3T, via Rough Trade)
Leeds based busily productive Bass-ic Records’ third release in almost as many weeks looks like their most successful to date, an amazing reggae/bleep fusion with “featuring strictly rockers” and “ryddim” ragga samples punctuating the piping and booming electro oscillations, flipped by the more traditional ‘washing machine’-type low frequency squidged ‘Science (First Bass Mix)‘ (122bpm). Possibly, massive.
4 FOR MONEY ‘A Moment In Time’ (Tam Tam Records TTT 030)
Much plugged on Kiss 100 fm and climbing fast now it’s finally out here, this catchy Italo house chugger (actually from Italy) has repetitive gruff vocal punctuations and a naggingly familiar piano riff in its Raw (119½bpm) and thumpingly started janglier Original (120bpm) Mixes, or a longer totally different percussively shuffling and pulsing piano-less Rising High Dub (123¾bpm).
BRENDA RUSSELL ‘Kiss Me With The Wind’ (A&M/PM AMY 578)
The ‘Piano In The Dark’ soulstress returns with her latest album’s Narada Michael Walden produced and co-penned title track, the set’s only good dancer, a Whitney-esque attractively sung breezy canterer in its lightweight LP version (117¼bpm) (A&M 395 271-I) — doubtless the one that’s on seven inch too — while on this 12 inch it’s transformed into a rumbling wriggly lurcher by Shep Pettibone’s windswept then beefily thudding The Monty Mix and piano plonked sparse bumpy Dubapella (116¼bpm), plus Dancin’ Danny D’s fiercer stuttery chugging percussive Danny D Mix (116bpm), promoed for a while and finally out this week.
TEN CITY ‘Whatever Makes You Happy (New York City Mix)’ (119½bpm) (Atlantic A7819T)
The promo for which public demand has caused chaos in London’s record stores after Kiss 100 fm’s plugging of it off tape before it was pressed (it’s not out fully for a fortnight!), this Sylvester-ish wailingly introed then slickly harmonised, flute tootled and, at times, Latin percussion driven episodic cantering throbber is flipped quite differently by Toney Lee “everybody reach, reach to the top” and Archie Bell ‘Tighten Up’ bass quoting more jauntily smacking Happy Club Mix, and tightly chanted solidly stomping stripped down Underground Dance Mix alternatives (119¾bpm). Different strokes for different folks.
GANG STARR ‘Jazz Thing’ (CBS XPR 1571)
Co-created by and featuring Branford Marsalis, and featured in Spike Lee’s new ‘Mo’ Better Blues’ movie, this terrific jazz clips introed husky unhurried conversational rap traces the history of jazz music and namechecks most of its greats, in an early Kool & The Gang riff driven Video Mix (101¼bpm), jerkier stark Movie Mix and its properly jazzy Instrumental Version (100¼bpm). Dig “Thelonious Monk, a melodious thunk”!
AFTER 7 ‘Can’t Stop’ (Virgin America VUST 31)
Recently big in the US and now benefitting in London from radio exposure during the more mellow moments on Kiss 100 fm, this attractively wailed and harmonised slinkily jittering soul jogger (celebrating a kid’s first experience of making love, “last night”) by Keith Mitchell and Kevon & Melvin Edmonds — cousin and brothers respectively of its producers L.A. & Babyface — is here in the US issued but UK team mixed One World 12″ and One World Instrumental (98½bpm), or the more chunkily lurching L.A.’s 7″ Edit and Clap-A-Pella (97bpm), the older import (US Virgin 0-96470) having L.A. Reid & Jon Gass’s clap beat and acappella harmony interplay started Extended Fun Mix, Instrumental, Clap-A-Pella (96¾bpm) and lusher LP Version (97bpm), 1 World’s One World 12″ and One World Instrumental (98½bpm), plus the dreamily weaving romantic soulful ‘Ready Or Not (LP Version)‘ (71 bpm).
The King and I presents ANDRÉ LEON ‘The Truth’ (Reachin’ Records RERT 005, via Spartan)
Another house hit helped by plugs on Kiss 100 fm, this East Londoner’s debut is a sometimes pipingly bleeped though gentle skipping light throbber with a more searingly synthed climax, in softly moaned Vocal (124bpm) and ‘washing machine’-ish Brudda’s Mix (123½bpm) versions, or an Instrumental (123¾bpm).
BASS-O-MATIC ‘Fascinating Rhythm’ (101½bpm) (Virgin/Guerilla VST 1274)
The familiar samples woven dense bass burbler is partly driven by Tommy Roe’s ‘Dizzy’ rhythm just in William Orbit’s main vocal Sharon Musgrove moaned and MC Inner One-Step ragga rapped Lisa Loud Mix with a mellow piano jiggled jazzy instrumental Soul Odyssey Mix and Sugar J & FC Harmony’s more hip hop jittery fluttering Hook And Swing Mix Part 1 (101¾bpm), plus the spacily bleeping ‘Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Bass (Va Va Voom Mix)‘ (122¼bpm), while separately remixed (Virgin/Guerilla VSTX 1274) are Renegade Soundwave’s jiggly tugging, presumably Sharon wailed, soulful Claudia Canniggia Mix, Sugar J & FC Harmony’s jauntily jittering Hook & Swing Mix Part 2, William Orbit’s swelling organ and piano played Blue Mix and likewise instrumental wukka-wukking new jack swing T-Wah Mix (all 101½bpm).
URBAN HYPE ‘Teknologi’ (Reachin’ Records RERT 004, via Spartan)
What sounds like Humphrey Bogart intros the A-side of this Southampton ravers created frantic twittery instrumental galloper, not exactly a bleeper but for that sort of market, in Roger Johnson’s “you stole my heart” girl and piano prodded excitingly building R.J. Flip (129½bpm) and more haunting flute coloured ‘washing machine’-type Save The Rave (128½bpm) Mixes, coupled though by the more fully bleeping but also quite lushly synthed and jangled ‘evaR (All Nite Long Mix)‘ (129½bpm) variation.
MC B. featuring DAISY DEE ‘Crazy’ (Big One VVBIG 24, via Rough Trade)
Jauntily punctuated by MC B.’s “hit me” and “boingg” comments before the Betty Boop type Daisy Dee starts spitting the lyrics, this pop aimed scurrying hip house canterer from Germany is in Dizzy (123bpm), Raydio (122¾bpm) and Mad (122½bpm) Mixes, coupled with the piano jangled and MC B. prodded jerkily bounding ‘Power, Sex And Bass‘ (125¼bpm).
HI TEK 3 featuring YA KID K ‘Spin That Wheel (Turtles Get Real) (12″ Pizza Mix)’ (128¼bpm) (The Brothers Organisation 12 BORG 16, via Total/BMG)
Following the Partners In Kryme smash, but not its official follow-up (see Beats & Pieces), the latest single from the ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ soundtrack album is this reissued and newly subtitled jaunty Technotronic-type hip house pop jumper from last year, fronted in fact by Technotronic’s female dynamo Ya Kid K, usefully with turtles in the video for kids appeal (7″ Pizza Mix and 12″ Pizza Dub Mix too).
PHIL COLLINS ‘Hang In Long Enough (Pettibone 12″ Mix)’ (120bpm) (Virgin VST 1300)
No need to guess that Shep Pettibone created this ultra slick, snappily thumping percussion and chunky synth chords driven powerful house style remix, only sparsely vocal, flipped by his similar Pettibone Dub Mix plus the unremixed brassily braying, guitar yowled, lurchingly forceful though less smoothly driving original seven inch vocal pop version.
SPACE OPERA ‘Space 3001’ (XL Recordings XLT-14, via WEA)
From Belgium, this raves aimed Bizz Nizz-type synth jittered and “turn it up” shouts prodded droning bounder is in Renaat Vandepapeliere’s Part One (123bpm), segueing out of a rhythm lull straight into Christian J. Bolland’s brighter chattery Part Two (123½bpm), coupled with a more spikily churning Exclusive Remix (123bpm) by both of them, plus Bolland’s more moodily throbbing ‘Andropolis’ in his Parts One and Two (124¾bpm).
BELL BIV DEVOE ‘Do Me!’ (MCA Records MCAT 1440)
Broken up by rumbling, scrubbing and fluttering breaks but otherwise fairly routine jerky staccato US black pop in its initially released Mentally Hip Hop Mix (108¼-108bpm), flipped by a tighter East Coast Mental Mix (109bpm) and jiggly stark Hip Hop Mix (108¼bpm), this is now much improved by its better selling separate funkily chugging jiggly mellow swingbeat The S & P Jervier Full Rub Mix (107bpm) (MCA Records MCAX 1440) flipped by its likewise less alarming The Full Rub Dub and Instrumental Rub, remixed here by Jerv Productions.
QUEEN MOTHER RAGE ‘Slipping Into Darkness (12″ Vocal)’ (85½bpm) (Cardiac Records CYNT 2, via Virgin)
From New York City’s Blackwatch, a pro-black (rather than anti-white) movement that includes Professor X and the X-Clan, this new female rapper debuts here with a violent scratching introed then drily wordy sinuous slow message with bursts of male support and some electric piano that sounds like (but isn’t necessarily) Donny Hathaway, a class act, coupled just by its Instrumental, out next week.
HARDCORE ‘I Like John’ (126-125¾bpm) (XL Recordings XLT-13, via WEA)
Brighton DJ Dave Clarke’s repetitive simple throbbing sparse groove (to complete its review) has rattling percussion breaks and a European feel, flipped by the drums thumped and rattled bleeping ‘Get A Little Stupid‘ (119½bpm).
OTHER PEOPLE’S MONEY ‘Love Rush’ (122bpm) (Dedicated ZT 43948, via BMG)
Previously recording as Quartzlock (when he used Lonnie Gordon as vocalist), London DJ Marc Andrews now masterminds this friskily and quite forcefully building twittery bleeping throbber punctuated with girl wailed repetition of “I can feel the love rush” and male muttering, flipped by the moon landing radio effects filled appropriately spacier though less tight ‘One Giant Step‘ (120bpm).
THE CLUB CHART – October 6, 1990
01 01 IT’S A SHAME (MY SISTER) Monie Love featuring True Image, Cooltempo 12in
02 06 LET’S PUSH IT (BIG BEAT MIX) Innocence, Cooltempo 12in promo
03 03 EVERYBODY (RAP) Criminal Element Orchestra featuring Wendell Williams, deConstruction 12in
04 04 LIVIN’ IN THE LIGHT (BRIXTON BASS MIX) Caron Wheeler, RCA 12in
05 05 BACK TO REALITY (DRUM AND BASS MIX) The Intelligent Hoodlum, A&M PM 12in
06 02 GROOVE IS IN THE HEART (MEETING OF THE MINDS MIX)/WHAT IS LOVE? (HOLOGRAPHIC GOATEE MIX) Deee-Lite, Elektra 12in
07 07 HEAVEN (MIXES) The Chimes, CBS 12in
08 08 DON’T BE A FOOL (EXTENDED VERSION) Loose Ends, 10 Records 12in
09 09 FASCINATING RHYTHM (LISA LOUD MIX) Bass-O-Matic, Guerilla 12in
10 13 SO YOU LIKE WHAT YOU SEE (EXTENDED LP MIX) Samuelle, East West 12in promo
11 10 THE CULT OF SNAP (IBIZA ’90 EDIT) Snap, Arista 12in
12 11 FANTASY (CLUB CUT MIX) Fantasy U.F.O., XL Recordings 12in
13 20 THAT MAN (HE’S ALL MINE) (REESE’S TECHNO-LOGICAL MIX) Inner City, Ten 12in promo
14 16 ELEVATION Xpansions, Optimism/Arista 12in
15 17 I DON’T EVEN KNOW IF I SHOULD CALL YOU BABY Soul Family Sensation, One Little Indian 12in
16 22 GHETTO CHILD (BOILERHOUSE REMIX) Detroit Spinners, East West 12in
17 12 I CAN’T STAND IT! (CLUB REMIX) Twenty 4 Seven, BCM 12in
18 35 OLYMPIC STATE (AUG. 90) 808 State, ZTT 12in promo
19 15 MAKE IT MINE Shamen, One Little Indian 12in
20 19 COMING BACK FOR MORE (FULL LENGTH VERSION) L.A. Mix, A&M 12in
21 — CONTRIBUTION (THE REVOLUTION MIX) Mica Paris featuring Rakim, 4+B 12in
22 50 RIGHT HERE RIGHT NOW Western Block introducing Terri Symon, Epic 12in
23 24 BODY LANGUAGE The Adventures Of Stevie V, Mercury 12in
24 48 BAREFOOT IN THE HEAD A Man Called Adam, Big Life 12in
25 70 GET YOURSELF TOGETHER Young Disciples, Talking Loud 12in promo
26 68 JAZZ THING (VIDEO MIX) Gang Starr, CBS 12in promo
27 100 FREE (C’MON) (TO THE POINT MIX) Catch, ffrr 12in promo
28 31 BREAKDOWN/GROOVE ME Seduction, US Vendetta 12in
29 — FREQUENCY/DEMONS Rhythmatic, 0742/Network 10in promo
30 74 SOUL THUNDER (DRILLER MIX) Juno, Bass-ic 12in
31 52 CAN’T STOP (ONE WORLD 12″) After 7, Virgin America 12in promo
32 53 AFTERMATH Nightmares On Wax, W.A.R.P. 12in promo
33 49 ITAL’S THEME ltal Rockers, Bass-ic 12in
34 99 RHYTHM TAKES CONTROL (ORIGINAL STYLE MIX) Unique 3 (featuring Karin), Ten 12in promo
35 23 WHAT TIME IS LOVE? (LIVE AT TRANCENTRAL) The K.L.F., KLF Communications 12in
36 63 THE EXORCIST The Scientist, Kickin 12in promo
37 — TELL ME WHY?/WISDOM The Sindecut, Virgin 12in promo
38 14 GOT 2 BE FREE (PARADISE MIX) New Life, A&M PM 12in
39 36 OMEN Orbital, ffrr 12in
40 39 TUNES SPLITS THE ATOM/CREAMATOMIC RAP M C Tunes Versus 808 State, ZTT 12in
41 40 TOTAL CONFUSION (LIMO) (CONFUSION MIX) A Homeboy, A Hippie And A Funki Dredd, Tam Tam 12in
42 98 FLOWERS Tityo, Arista 12in promo
43 84 I’VE GOT YOU UNDER MY SKIN (EXTENDED) Neneh Cherry, Circa 12in
44 18 HARD UP (HARD CORE MIX) Awesome 3, A&M PM 12in
45 41 SOMETHING AIN’T RIGHT (SLAMMIN CLUB MIX) Slam Slam featuring Dee C Lee, MCA 12in promo
46 — MISS MY LOVE (URBAN MIX) Gwen Guthrie, US Speciality Test Pressing/US Reprise 12in
47 28 YOU’RE WALKING (CORPORATE DEF MIX) Electribe 101, Mercury 12in
48 25 DANCE (CLUB MIX) Earth People, Champion 12in
49 30 IT’S A MOMENT IN TIME 4 For Money, Tam Tam 12in
50 42 PEOPLE (REMIXES) Soul II Soul, US Virgin 12in
51 57 OUTSTANDING Kenny Thomas, Cooltempo 12in
52 32 KISS ME WITH THE WIND (THE MONTY MIX) Brenda Russell, A&M PM 12in promo
53 37 THE TRUTH Andre Léon, Reachin’ 12in
54 — PURE (G FORCE MIX) G.T.O., Cooltempo 12in
55 21 CUBIK (US REMIXES) 808 State, US Tommy Boy 12in
56 — ZIG IT UP Ninjaman & Flourgon, Sure Delight 12in
57 56 V.L.S.I HEAVEN Epoch 90, Oh’Zone 12in White Label
58 — MOTHER UNIVERSE The Soup Dragons, Raw TV/Big Life 12in promo
59 77 WAITING FOR LOVE Cool Down Zone, Ten 12in promo
60 — REALITY J.B. MC, Rhyme ‘n’ Reason 12in promo
61 27 SUN WORSHIPPERS (POSITIVE THINKING) (PT 1) Diana Brown & Barrie K. Sharpe, ffrr 12in
62 72 DREAM (PHUTURE WORLD INCORPORATED MIX) Insync featuring Dellroy, W.A.U!/Mr. Modo 12in promo
63 82 AIN’T IT GOOD TO YOU (RADIO REMIX EDIT) M.C. Shan, US Cold Chillin’ 12in
64 88 RAINFOREST SERENADE The It, Black Market/Big Life 12in promo
65 re INTO THE NIGHT K Klass, f.r.o. 12in
66 29 THE BOOMIN’ SYSTEM (THE UNDERGROUND MIX) LL Cool J featuring Uncle L, Def Jam 12in
67 26 THE SPACE JUNGLE Adamski, MCA 12in promo mixes
68 45 SUNRISE (SATORI MIX) Movement .98 (featuring Carroll Thompson), Circa 12in
69 34 PEACE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD Maxi Priest featuring Jazzie B, 10 Records 12in
70 59 ALL JOIN HANDS Ce Ce Rogers, US Atlantic 12in
71 54 SPACE 3001 Space Opera, XL Recordings 12in
72 66 LIFE (TONY HUMPHRIES VOCAL MIX) Truth, ffrr 12in promo
73 38 A BEAT CALLED LOVE The Grid, East West 12in
74 — IN DUB (EP): THUNDER/DEADLY/WOMEN RESPOND TO BASS/TRANSWORLD SIRE Renegade Soundwave, Mute 12in promo
75 — KEEP GROOVIN (ORIGINAL MIX) T.D.C., Big One 12in promo
76 — I GOT TA (BRIXTON BASS 12”) Master Ace, WEA 12in promo
77 re JUST THE WAY YOU LIKE IT Mona George, Tuff Audio Prods./London 12in
78 93 SPIN THAT WHEEL (TURTLES GET READY) (12″ PIZZA MIX) Hi Tek 3 featuring Ya Kid K, The Brothers Organisation
79 62 DO ME (MENTALLY HIP HOP MIX) Bell Biv DeVoe, MCA 12in
80 re SUMMER/AMOR Ben Chapman, deConstruction 12in
81 81 HAPPY (SKI FEAR RECALL)/FAR AWAY (EXTRAVAGANZA MIX) Robert Owens, 4+B’ 12in promo
82 44 TEKNOLOGI (R.J. FLIP MIX) Urban Hype, Reachin’ 12in promo
83 — THERE’S NOTHING LIKE THIS Omar, Kongo Dance 12in
84 re ANTHEM N. Joi, deConstruction 12in
85 83 GET FREE (THE EDEN UPSTAIRS MIX) Anna Mwale, Epic 12in promo
86 — CARNIVAL DE CASA Rio Rhythm Band, 12in white label
87 re II DAM FUNKY (JOHN WADDELL & CJ MACKINTOSH MIX) Outlaw Posse, Gee Street 12in promo
88 33 DANCE DANCE Deskee, Big One 12in
89 — FEELS GOOD (BEN LIEBRAND MIX) Tony! Toni! Toné!, Wing/Polydor 12in
90 73 FACE THE SUN (JOURNEY INTO NOMAD’S LAND) Band Of Gypsies, 12in white label
91 47 CRAZY (DIZZY MIX) MC B. featuring Daisy Dee, Big One 12in promo
92 79 INTRO 2 DANCE/IT’S A FORCE THING J.V.C. Force, US Idlers 12in
93 61 IN ZAIRE African Business, German ZYX 12in
94 re SPIRITUAL HIGH Moodswings, Zoom 12in
95 — JOHANNESBURG (RAMPLING MIX) Pressure Zone, Creation 12in white label
96 67 SLIPPING INTO DARKNESS (12″ VOCAL) Queen Mother Rage, Cardiac 12in promo
97 58 DO YOU REALLY WANT MY LOVE (WANNA DANCE MIX) Melba Moore, Capitol 12in
98 — PIANONEGRO (HONKYTONK REMIX) Pianonegro, Epic 12in promo
99 60 WOW WOW — NA NA Grand Plaz, Urban 12in
100 43 ANOTHER SLEEPLESS NIGHT Mike ‘Hitman’ Wilson featuring Shawn Christopher, Arista 12in