December 22, 1990: The KLF, Mad Jocks/Jockmaster B.A., Arthur Miles, Psychotropic, A Tribe Called Quest


CAPITAL FM in London as usual on New Year’s Eve (10pm-2am) will be broadcasting a continuously megamixed ‘Capital Houseparty’ tape, created once again by Les ‘LA. Mix’ Adams and Record Mirror‘s own James ‘MC Jammy Hammy’ Hamilton, the crucial party period immediately following midnight (which many DJs relay live) being a promised “Jive Bunny-free zone” (nothing wrong with them, there are just better alternatives this year!), featuring instead Mad Jocks ‘Auld Lang Syne’, Bombalurina ‘ltsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini’, Mad Jocks ‘Jock Party Mix’, John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John ‘The Grease Megamix’, Blues Brothers ‘Everybody Needs Somebody To Love’, Status Quo ‘The Anniversary Waltz (Parts 1 & 2)’, Jackie Wilson ‘Reet Petite’, Bobby Vinton ‘Blue Velvet’, Righteous Brothers ‘Unchained Melody’ and ‘You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling’, before easing back into a groove via DNA featuring Suzanne Vega . . .

Part 1 / Part 2 / Part 3 / (Part 4 missing) / Part 5 / Part 6

London’s Kiss 100 fm, who 24 hours earlier (December 30, 11pm-1am) will have run down the best selling dance records of 1990, is launching an in-store The Westside Basement radio station at Piccadilly Circus’s Trocadero, manned 10am-8pm seven days a week by Tee Harris and a rota of the main station’s DJs . . . Greg Edwards has left Manchester’s Sunset Radio to take over in a couple of weeks as programme controller at North London’s incremental station WNK 103.3fm . . . Chep Nunez, the Dominican from 2 Puerto Ricans A Blackman & A Dominican of 1987’s ‘Do It Properly’ fame, better known now as one of New York’s top remix tape editors, died two weekends ago in an apartment block fire, reportedly started out of malice by someone who had been evicted from the building Chep happened to be in . . . CBS will be called Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited as of January 1, 1991, when its dance department (covering all associated labels, like CBS, Epic, Def Jam, Ruthless, OBR, Solar, ral) becomes the CBS Dance Division, rather like AVL at Virgin . . . ffrr, responding to continued shop demand, have re-serviced the Steve Anderson Remix of Fatman featuring Stella Mae’s ‘Release Me’ (118bpm) (Cue Records FXR 140), the calmly rapped and wailed soulful hip house-ish jiggler that was first out during the summer, following its original Judge Jules & Roy The Roach mixes from back in the spring . . . Soho’s ‘Hippychick‘, recently huge in the US, is being reissued here in the new year . . . Jomanda’s ‘Share’, fully reviewed on import some time ago, appears now to be out here on the new Giant Records (YZ547T, via Warner Music UK) . . . Alexander O’Neal’s plaintively growled pleasant loping ‘All True Man‘ (circa 107bpm off cassette), flipped by the mumbling tender ‘Hang On‘ (76/38bpm ditto), is being released on Christmas Eve! . . . Paul Rutherford And Pressure Zone’s scatting Tammy Payne supported lovely breathily crooned jogging jazz-funky ‘That Moon‘ (Beat Farm Recordings BFR 001T, via 071-386 8934) is in Club, Radio, and Jazz Instrumental Mixes (101bpm), plus a different jerkily jolting dubwise ‘Swingin’ On (That Moon)‘ (101¼bpm), recorded at the group’s own Beat Farm studios in Soho . . . A Homeboy, A Hippie & A Funki Dredd’s frantic hip house ‘Freedom‘ (Tam Tam Records TIT 039), out this week, was white labelled in four unspecified mixes, 126½bpm including the instrumental flip’s techno alternative but not its second, funk riffs punctuated vigorously thrashing breakbeat treatment (some of the “free” repetition sounds like an edited “freeze” from Boney M’s ‘Ma Baker’!) . . . Mariah Carey’s Whitneyesque ‘Someday’ (US Columbia 44 73560), not perhaps the strongest of songs, is however remixed by Shep Pettibone in piano plonked striding New 12″ House, wriggling jiggly New 12″ Jackswing, early Eighties style New 7″ Straight, and (percapella!) self descriptive Pianoapercaloopapella versions (110bpm), coupled also by the smoochy ‘Alone In Love’ (69bpm) . . . The 28th St. Crew have joined fellow Clivilles & Cole created act C&C Music Factory on CBS too . . . Don White is building a DJ mailing list at Contagious Records, The Village Recorders, 4 The Midas Business Centre, Wantz Road, Dagenham, Essex RM10 8PS, first to be plugged being new act State Of The Rhythm . . . Andy Lysandrou (0831-277 376) and Danny Poli (0831-390 120) are building a DJ mailing list for their new Boogie Beat Records dance label, and want to hear especially from radio jocks . . . London’s Shaftesbury’s in Shaftesbury Avenue starts a weekly Colours night this Wednesday (19) with DJs Risky Business, Lenny Grooves, Kid Andy plus regular future guests DJ Spiker, Underground Technician, Hi Frequency, 2 Times, possibly Fabio and more . . . Nemesis 90 this Saturday (22), noon to midnight, at Leicester’s Granby Halls Leisure Centre promises Cyclone, 4 Hero, Ital Rockers, Juno and mix champ DJ Reckless live on stage, plus Fabio, The Grooverider, Carl Cox, DJ SS, Doc Scott, Keith Suckling, DJ Sy, MJP and more (£12.50 ticket details on 0533-627475) . . . Fabio will also be at Brighton’s Zap Club next Sunday (30), with Harvey, DJ Lix and Anton Yule for the first of a monthly in2dance night, following the Colin Hudd headlined one-off there just three nights earlier (Thursday 27) . . . DJs Ian Dark and Nick Warren spin 98 Proof funky soul grooves at Bristol’s Moon Club this (December 20) and alternate Thursdays . . . Mélange Sundays at Soho’s Gullivers in Gaston Street have upfront and ozone friendly dance DJs Steve Solo, KCC, Chris Bass and L.T.J. Bukem, this Sunday (23) with special guest jock from Detroit, Richie ‘Rich’ Hawtin . . . Belfast’s One World DJs Keith, Alan, David & Paul, hosting House/Euro/Balearic Sha-Boom! Fridays at Delaney’s in Lombard Street, are also at Belfast Art College on Boxing Day (Wednesday 26) . . . William Orbit’s sporadic new Ouch! club night will on New Year’s Eve be holding an outdoor beach party — at Hardrin, all the way in trendy Thailand (guest passes, but sadly no free airline tickets, on the Ouch! vibeline, 081-960 5236, quoting ref: “Ouch! Ouch! Aargh!”)! . . . The Big Bang on New Year’s Eve, 9pm-6am, is slightly nearer home, in Holland (at Breda’s Turfschip, £25 ticket details on 071-221 9943, likewise find your own way), with PAs by Fierce Ruling Diva, Liaison D, LFO and Xpansions among the many attractions, including — you guessed? — DJs Fabio and The Grooverider . . . The Video Pool (170a Holland Park Avenue, London W11 4UH; ‘phone 071-602 5935, fax 071-602 4338) is now selling Karaoke programmes in VHS format for just £57.50, instantly useable on any video/TV link-up without the need to rent or buy one of the rival very expensive (though faster cueing) laser disc systems, each hour long video tape containing 15 professionally produced tracks (preceded by a countdown clock for cueing) with “bouncing ball”-type progressively colourized lyrics and a guide vocal which can be controlled by the DJ: the starter programme combines classic and current material including ‘Blue Velvet’, `Unchained Melody’, ‘Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini’, ‘I’ll Never Fall In Love Again’, ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’, ‘When The Going Gets Tough (The Tough Get Going)’, ‘Groove Is In The Heart’, ‘U Can’t Touch This’, ‘Tom’s Diner’, ‘I Should Be So Lucky’ and ‘Birthday’, while programme two in the rapidly expanding series includes ‘Let’s Twist Again’, ‘It’s My Party’, ‘Hot Legs’, ‘Happy Talk’, ‘Nutbush City Limits’, ‘Fattie Bum Bum’, ‘The Smurf Song’, ‘I Can’t Stand Up For Falling Down’, ‘Isn’t She Lovely’ and ‘Bad’ — wheee, what fun! . . . DJs doing Christmas parties might find the following Beats Per Minute of use: Righteous Brothers ‘Unchained Melody’ (66bpm)/’You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling’ (92½-97½bpm); Bobby Vinton ‘Blue Velvet’ (80¼bpm); Elton John ‘Sacrifice’ (55½bpm); Jimmy Somerville ‘To Love Somebody’ (76¾bpm)/Boilerhouse Remix (86½bpm); Rod Stewart & Tina Turner ‘It Takes Two’ (141¼bpm)/Extended Remix (127¾bpm); Belinda Carlisle ‘(We Want) The Same Thing (Extended Summer Remix)’ (131bpm)/’Summer Rain (Full Length/Justin Strauss Mixes)’ (128½bpm); E.M.F. ‘Unbelievable (Cin City Sex/7″ Mixes)’ (103¾bpm); The Proclaimers ‘King Of The Road’ (117-124bpm); Bombalurina featuring Timmy Mallett ‘Seven Little Girls (Sitting In The Back Seat) (12″ Remix/7″ Version)’ (132¾bpm); Pet Shop Boys ‘Being Boring (Extended Mix)’ (119¾bpm)/’So Hard (The KLF versus Pet Shop Boys)’ (118¾bpm); U2 ‘Night & Day (Twilight/Steel String Remixes)’ (118bpm); The Metal Gurus ‘Merry Xmas Everybody’ (137½-140½bpm) . . . KOOL YULE, Y’ALL!

Reviewed by James Hamilton and Chris Mellor

TPE (THAT PETROL EMOTION) ‘Tingle’ (Hard Bop Instrumental/Christmas In Kreuzberg Mix)
E CULTURE ‘Tribal Confusion’ / ‘Unification
TONY RANSOM ‘In The Name Of Love’ (Club Mix/Hip Hop Mix)
TKEYLOW AND THE CRIMINAL ELEMENT ORCHESTRA ‘Could It Be I’m Falling In Love’ (House Version/Jah Love Mix)
DJS RULE ‘Serious EP Vol 1’ (‘Get Into The Music’ / ‘In Deep’ / ‘That’s It’ / ‘Makes Me Feel Sexy’)
ADMINISTRATORS ‘I’m In The Mood For Love
MECHANIX ENTERPRISE ‘Let’s Get Down’ (Black Mother Mix/Power Mix)
DR UMBARDI ‘One Day We’ll All Be Free

THE KLF ‘3 A.M. Eternal’ (KLF Communications KLF 005X)
Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty’s oldie from last year, like ‘What Time Is Love’ before it, has been completely revamped for January 7 reissue, now featuring rapper Ricardo and mournful title wailing Maxine Harvey in the new disjointedly introed then jiggly dense, droning, spurting and chugging Live At The S.S.L. (117¼bpm), with a sustained applause outro, and much brighter breezily striding Guns Of Mu Mu (120½bpm) remakes, the latter with a fuller vocal by Maxine and continuous “Ancients Of Mu Mu” chant, while a sort of firebell effect that rings through both mixes is more evident too.

MAD JOCKS featuring JOCKMASTER B.A. ‘Jock Party Mix’ (SMP SKMX 21, via Pinnacle)
Inarguably the 1990 festive season’s most useful party megamix, produced by Nigel Wright with on both sides the same tempo and “ah yeah” type clichés that he used also for Bombalurina’s ‘Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini’, this progressively accelerating medley of ‘The Conga’ (125¼)/’Knees Up Mother Brown’ (133)/’The Hokey Cokey’ (140-167bpm) has a 16 bar break between songs so that DJs can give voiced-over instructions to their dancers, while the flip’s Big Ben midnight chimes started (through a “wooh yeah” breakbeat) then bagpipes played ‘Auld Lang Syne‘ (126½bpm) is so good chat Les Adams and I have used it instead of a traditional version for Capital FM’s Houseparty on New Year’s Eve. It’ll date faster than ‘The Grease Megamix’, but for this year it’s essential!

ARTHUR MILES ‘Helping Hand (Incisive Remix)’ (106bpm) (ffrr FX 148)
Jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery’s nephew, now domiciled in Italy, has deservedly caused an instant stir with this Pippo Landro produced superb mid-Seventies style tensely building jittery attractive swayer, mushily mumbled, throatily rasped and powerfully roared in nostalgic “soul” style, the gospel type chantalong chorus breaking into applause at the end, while on the flip is a slow Sam Cooke-ish then gloriously cantering cover version of A Way Of Life’s ‘Trippin’ On Your Love (Club Remix)‘ (119¾bpm). Will Downing, eat your heart out!

PSYCHOTROPIC ‘Hypnosis’ (118¼bpm) (O2 Records O2 002, via 081-690 7505)
An instantly massive seller, this catchily repeated organ-type synth chords underpinned percolating plinky bleeper shifts its emphasis from time to time as it builds an hypnotically nagging groove, flipped by the title squawking girl and air raid sirens punctuated more routinely techno ‘Get Your Thing Together‘ (122bpm), and “Bobby Lynett and his orchestra” announcement repeating more frenetically churning ‘Bobby Lynett‘ (123¾bpm).

JOHNNY PANIC ‘Johnny Panic & The Bible Of Dreams’ (Mix One/Mix Two)

A TRIBE CALLED QUEST ‘Can I Kick It (Extended Boilerhouse Mix)’ (96¼bpm) (Jive JIVE T 265)
Recently reviewed as a full seven track import, the ‘Walk On The Wild Side’ bass sampling good lethargically rolling rap has been promoed here ahead of January release in just this one totally new UK-only remix by the Boilerhouse boys, now introduced and punctuated by New York radio DJ/newspaper columnist/record plugger Ed Rudy’s commentary from his 1964 documentary album about the Beatles’ first US visit, ‘Ed Rudy On Tour With The Beatles’. Bad luck, Ben & Andy, I know all this because Ed actually got me to impersonate Brian Epstein on the follow-up, called ‘Tribute To The Beatles —The Liverpool Moptops In Concert’, featuring live crowd noise and percussion from a genuine Fab Four show but overdubbed new vocals by a group called, indeed, the Liverpool Moptops! Incidentally, if anyone’s got this latter album, I’d love a dub!

ENIGMA ‘Sadness part 1’ (95¾bpm) (Virgin International DINST 101)
Spelt in Germany (where it’s a much copied monster smash) and on their UK released LP as ‘Sadeness’, alluding to its inspiration the kinky Marquis de Sade — the exclusively French words translate as “Sade, tell me, what were you looking for, for good through evil, for virtue through vice?” — this sensually haunting roller weaves together monks chanting the Gregorian Chorale of the Christmas Mass, an ethereally tootling flute, a panting girl’s “Sade, dit moi, Don Juan”, and a guy muttering the full French lyric, in Extended Trance Mix, Radio Edit, aggressive droning guitar overlaid Violent US Remix, and tapping Meditation Mix versions. Also, just as was the similar (though faster) Francois Villon inspired ‘Das Erdbeermund’ before it, it is rivalled by an alternative more chunkily jiggling adaptation of the same source material from Off-shore creating top German club jocks Jens ‘Jelly’ Lissat & Peter Harder, the just monks chanted (and whispering “be quiet, big boys don’t cry” punctuated) PRAYERS ‘Alleluia‘ (99bpm) (WEA YZ557T), flipped by a funkier Holy Version plus the different funky drummered break beat ‘Make It Groovy‘ (114bpm).

THE JUSTIFIED ANCIENTS OF MU MU ‘It’s Grim Up North’ (128bpm) (KLF Communications JAMS-28T)
Meanwhile, The JAMMs return on a label-less single-sided sexy grey vinyl promo with just the above title etched into it, this thunderstorm, M62 traffic and train (or factory?) hooter effects introed and punctuated thunderously rumbling, sometimes quite frightening, deliberately “Northern” bleeper being somewhat tongue in cheek if not downright satirical as it gloomily namechecks most of the Pennine and other towns that “are all in the North”!

INDUSTRIAL ‘Severe Trauma’ (129bpm) (Industrial IN2)
Pressed in France (as probably will be much more now that vinyl pressing capacity is decreasing here in favour of CD and cassette), this frequencies shifting fiercely flying bleeper hustles along over a repeated shouting rap sample, and leads off an uninformatively labelled but self created electro four-tracker that also has the “this is only a dream” repeating sparser hurriedly bounding ‘Only A Dream‘ (126bpm), angrily driving jittery monotonous ‘Renegade‘ (125½bpm), and rapidly thrumming and throbbing ‘The Gauntlet‘ (128½bpm), looking for the perfect beat.

FPI PROJECT ‘Everybody (all over the world)’ (German ZYX Records ZYX 6428-12)
Starting with a repeatedly croaked male “OK” and staccato brass while the bumpily bomping beat winds itself up, this then calm piano jangled, title chorussed and Tina Chris wailed surging sturdy Italo house canterer is in Dance (122¼bpm), Radio (121½bpm), and Dub (121¼bpm) Versions, with an alternative title repeating bassier and sparser ‘Dancin’ Feet (Geronimo Mix)‘ (124bpm) set to the same basic backing.

DEMONIK ‘Labyrinthe’ (121¾bpm) (Rham! RS 9012, via 051-639 5959)
Warmest so far of the Wallasey label’s latest releases, this jerkily bounding bleeper is accented in bursts by a dangerously buzzing low frequency oscillation while the beats and blips breezily skitter around it, flipped by the conga pattered and teeth tinglingly zizzed episodically tumbling ‘Ueda’ (123¾bpm), and, unrelated, relatively straightforward striding techno ‘Frenzy‘ (123¾bpm).

QUADROPHONIA ‘Quadrophonia’ (Belgian Streetbeats SB 5.005-9)
Bleeps from Belgium in the angrily droning D-Shake ‘Yaaaaaaaaah’ style, this violently racing leaper is in its inaccurately edited jerkily surging Original Remix (129bpm) with tempoless pauses of varying durations (the final one around a minute), or a “the best of today’s hi-fidelity stereophonic records can virtually duplicate the sound of a symphony orchestra” introed then hip house rapped frantic pauseless shorter Remix and Remix Instrumental (129¼bpm), all punctuated by the Beastie Boys “yay” that also prodded L.A. Mix’s ‘Check This Out’, coupled by the stereo test introed scampering husky hip house ‘The Man With The Masterplan‘ and its Instrumental (130¼bpm).

NATASHA MAYNE ‘Touch’ (117½bpm) (Production House PNT 015)
Soulfully warbled through an odd rumblingly lurching chunky syncopation that seems somehow lopsided, this is nevertheless a satisfyingly effective canterer that has taken off fast on advance “Official DJ Copy” pressings, flipped by its similar Instrumental and a possibly even better sparser snappily wriggling Concrete Mix, worth checking.

KING BEE featuring Michele ‘Must Bee The Music’ (116bpm) (Go Bang/CBS 656552 6)
With a plaintive nasally wailing girl between bursts of Prhyme and Allstar Fresh’s enthusiastic male rap, this Dutch mixing champ’s bumpily wriggling jiggler is here fractionally slower in its import’s Club and phasing started The Breakbeat Got Lost In The Freestyle Mixes, plus a good new UK-only lurching Emotions ‘Best Of My Love’ chords based Frisco Disco Mix, promoed now but not out fully for at least another month.

LORD TANAMO ‘I’m In The Mood For Love’ (125¼-127bpm) (Mooncrest 12 MOON 1009, via Total/BMG)
A refreshing choice of soundtrack for a TV commercial, this 1965 released jauntily primitive brass and drums driven real ska rendition of the much recorded old standard accompanies the Paxo stuffing ad, while Jamaican music had just recently become reggae by the time the flip’s DESMOND DEKKER ‘Israelites’ (145½/72¼bpm) actually topped the UK chart in the spring of 1969, “Israelites” now of course being interpreted as “my ears are alight” thanks to that other clever TV commercial for — and this is where in fact it fails — is it TDK or Maxell cassettes?

BUSTERS ALLSTARS ‘The Sound Of Skaaa!’ (Music Factory Dance MFDT 008, via BMG)
Created by the Jive Bunny team using such original artists as Buster Bloodvessel, Pauline Black and Ranking Roger, this 2-Tone ska hits medley accelerates neatly through remakes of ‘Gangsters’ (134)/’Baggy Trousers’ (142½)/’Lip Up Fatty’ (146¾)/’On My Radio’ (140½)/’Night Boat To Cairp’ (150¼)/’One Step Beyond’ (156¼)/’Mirror In The Bathroom’ (172¼bpm) and could still be worth party attention although it has been about for a while.

MAXI PRIEST ‘Human Work Of Art’ (Ten Records TENX 328)
Given two very different treatments, this is a jauntily jogging reggae swayer in the radio aimed John Gallen’s Extended Mix (94bpm), stabbed by squeaky sax, but on the flip is cooled down without the bounce into a cloppingly percussive slinkier club aimed The Boilerhouse Mix (92bpm), coupled also by the Joseph Cotton toasted nervy dancehall stylee ‘Stamina‘ (95¼/190¾bpm).

THE CLUB CHART – December 22, 1990
[next Club Chart: January 12, 1991]


01 06 GONNA MAKE YOU SWEAT (SLAMMIN’ VOCAL CLUB MIX) C&C Music Factory (featuring Freedom Williams), CBS 12in
02 01 DOWN TO EARTH (TOUCH DOWN MIX) Monie Love, Cooltempo 12in
03 07 LOVE COME DOWN (NORMAN NORMAL MIX) Eve Gallagher, More Protein 12in
04 03 FOUND LOVE (CAIPIRINA REMIX) Double Dee featuring Dany, Epic 12in
05 02 WHERE LOVE LIVES (RED ZONE MIX) Alison Limerick, Arista 12in
06 11 FEEL THE GROOVE (MIX 1) Cartouche, Brothers Organisation 12in
07 73 EVERYBODY LET’S SOMEBODY LOVE (CLUB MIX) Frank “K” featuring Wiston Office, Italian Unknown 12in/Urban 12in promo
08 05 A MATTER OF FACT (CLASSIC MIX) Innocence, Cooltempo 12in
090 8 WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT Run DMC, Profile 12in
10 67 CAN I KICK IT? (EXTENDED BOILERHOUSE MIX) A Tribe Called Quest, Jive 12in promo
11 33 I CAN’T TAKE THE POWER (RIVA-MI X) Off-Shore, CBS 12in
12 04 MISSING YOU (THUMPIN’ BASS MIX) Soul II Soul (Vocals: Kym Mazelle), Ten 12in
13 21 THE GONZO Lost, Perfecto 12in
14 16 MAMA SAID KNOCK YOU OUT (12-INCH REMIX) LL Cool J, Def Jam 12in
15 19 THE TOTAL MIX/I DON’T KNOW ANYBODY ELSE (STEVE HURLEY MIX) Black Box, de Construction 12in
17 15 MARY HAD A LITTLE BOY Snap!, Arista 12in
20 23 ALL TOGETHER NOW (ORIGINAL MIX) The Farm, Produce 12in
21 — HOMICIDE/EXORCIST Shades Of Rhythm, ZZT 12in promo
22 10 LOVE’S GOT ME (EXTENDED MIX) Loose Ends, Ten 12in
23 44 CELEBRATE (CLUB MIX) Double Trouble’s Collective Effort, Desire 12in
24 42 RELEASE ME (STEVE ANDERSON REMIX) Fatman featuring Stella Mae, Cue/ffrr 12in promo
25 36 HELPING HANDS (INCISIVE REMIX) Arthur Miles, ffrr 12in promo
26 09 POWER OF LOVE (SAMPLADELIC REMIX) Deee-Lite, Elektra 12in
27 26 (I WANNA GIVE YOU) DEVOTION Nomad featuring MC Mikee Freedom, Rumour 12in
29 24 PROGRESSIVE LOGIC EP Nexus 21, Network 12in
30 35 3 AM ETERNAL (LIVE AT THE SSL) The KLF, KLF 12in promo
32 22 H.O.US.E. (BENADEF MIX) Doug Lazy, East West 12in
33 48 JUSTIFY MY LOVE Madonna, Sire 12in
34 39 CRAZY (MIXES) Seal ZTT, 12in
35 31 SOUTH OF THE RIVER (UPSO MIX) Mica Paris, 4+B’ 12in
36 52 STILL FEEL THE RAIN Stex, Some Bizzare 12in
37 28 A PLACE CALLED BLISS (LAST THURSDAY MIX) Cyclone, Network 12in
38 32 SPICE Eon, Vinyl Solution 12in
39 30 SUCKER DJ Dimples D, FBI 12in
40 55 GREEN GRASS (THE PREDICTOR’S MIX) Cash Crew, From A Whisper To A Scream 12in
41 54 GOLD DIGGER EPMD, US Def Jam 12in
42 13 ICE ICE BABY (MIAMI DOPE MIX) Vanilla Ice, SBK 12in
43 89 FREEDOM (PRISONER MIX) A Homeboy. A Hippie & A Funki Dredd, Tam Tam 12in promo
44 86 SADNESS Enigma, Virgin 12in
45 65 AFRICAN REIGN (12-INCH MIX) Deep C, M&G 12in promo
46 43 ANTHEM N-Joi, de Construction 12in
47 34 SOLID GOLD Ashley & Jackson, DFM/Big Life 12in
48 59 BORN TO LOVE YA Rozala, Pulse-8 12in
49 — OUTSTANDING (THE MORE BEEF MIX) Kenny Thomas, Cooltempo 12in
50 — SUBSONIC BLEEPS SAMPLER: OFFWORLD: Microphobia/20 HZ AND FOLLOWING: Distraction/SOUND OF INDUSTRY: Heat/ROOM: 68.08.24, Upfront 12in promo
51 83 EVERYBODY (ALL AROUND THE WORLD) FPI Project, Italian Disco Magic 12in
52 46 JAZZ IT UP (JAZZ MIX) CFM Band, US Underworld 12in
53 90 THE BEE The Scientist, Kickin 12in
54 — FAMILY OF PEOPLE (EXTENDED FAMILY MIX) Quest For Excellence, Republic 12in promo
55 51 DANCE tones (miXEs) Hypersonic, D-Zone 12in promo
56 — MY HEART, THE BEAT D-Shake, Cooltempo 12in
57 — EASE ON BY (MIXES) Bass-O-Matic, Guerilla 12in
59 71 SWEET POWER MC Duke/DJ Leader 1, Music Of Life 12in
61 41 CLOSE ENCOUNTERS (CLUB MIX) Bassix, Champion 12in
62 37 TREAT ‘EM RIGHT (CRIBB MIX) Chubb Rock, Champion 12in promo
63 68 LET’S GET ON THE MOVE Maude, Upfront 12in promo
64 45 CAN YOU FEEL ME Incognito, Talkin Loud 12in
66 — FEEL IT (K.M.A.P.H. MIX) Adonte, Republic 12in
67 — LOVE, PEACE AND HARMONY (ORIGINAL MIX) Dream Frequency, Citybeat 12in
68 69 KEEP IT UP! YBU featuring Anneli Marian Drecker, SSR 12in
69 40 LOVE IS THE MESSAGE (HELLER/FARLEY REMIX) Better Days, Virgin 12in promo
70 — I WANNA BE THE ONE Pinky, First Bass 12in promo
71 100 LET ME HEAR YOU (SAY YEAH) PKA, Stress 12in
72 49 THE EXORCIST (REMIX) The Scientist, Kickin 12in
73 47 HELLO AFRIKA (AHHH FRKA MIX) Dr. Alban, Arista 12in
74 50 PSYCHE-OUT (SEX SHANK STRIP DOWN) Meat Beat Manifesto, Play It Again Sam 12in
75 60 THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT Paris, US Tommy Boy 12in
76 91 YOU CAN HAVE IT ALL (HIS MIX) Michelle VII, From A Whisper To A Scream 12in
77 — NIGHT & DAY (TWILIGHT REMIX) U2, Island 12in promo
78 — BACK ON THE BLOCK (MELLOW RADIO MIX) Quincy Jones, Qwest 12in
79 57 DON’T DREAM IT’S OVER Less Stress featuring Katherine Wood, Boy’s Own Prods. 12in
80 97 IN A STATE (MIXED EMOTION) 2 For Joy, Mercury 12in
81 — MR KIRK’S NIGHTMARE 4 Hero, Reinforced 12in
82 18 FANTASY Black Box, de Construction 12in
83 — SCANDAL The Basement Boys present Ultra Naté, Eternal 12in promo
84 — THE MODEL Dance Robots, German WEA 12in promo
85 — MAGIC ROUNDABOUT Rising High Collective, Tam Tam 12in white label
86 66 F*** THE LEGAL STATIONS Rum & Black, Shut Up And Dance 12in
88 — MY ARMY OF LOVERS (CONCRETE GHETTO MIX) Army Of Lovers, Ton Son Ton 12in
89 — ALLELUJA Prayers, WEA 12in
90 — JOHNNY PANIC AND THE BIBLE OF DREAMS (MIX ONE) Johnny Panic & The Bible Of Dreams (Tears For Fears), Fontana 12in promo
91 77 RESPECT Daddy Freddy, Music Of Life 12in promo
92 — IS IT TOO LATE? (PETER LORIMER REMIX) World Party, Ensign 12in promo
93 74 OPERAA HOUSE (RAP) World Famous Supreme Team Show, Virgin 12in
94 61 ORIGINS OF DANCE (ELECTRIC FUTURE MIX) Dr. Timothy Leary meets The Grid, Rhythm King 12in
95 — SCHOOL OF THE WORLD Nicolette, Shut Up And Dance 12in promo
96 — I NEED YOU (HIPPY SOUND) Francesco Zappala featuring S.1000 HD, Italian Beat Box 12in
97 53 KEEP GROOVIN (OH OH MIX) TDC, Big One 12in
98 — FREEDOM! George Michael, Epic 12in
99 84 NOW IS TOMORROW (EXPERIMENTS IN SOUND PART 1) Definition Of Sound, Circa 12in
100= — EVERYBODY PLAYS THE FOOL (EVERY FOOLS 12-INCH MIX) Bassix, East West 12in promo
100= — WHAT’S IT GONNA BE (EXCELLENT ADVENTURE MIX) Jellybean, East West 12in promo

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