January 19, 1991: Nomad/MC Mikee Freedom/Sharon Dee Clarke, Frank “K”/Wiston Office, Teulé, Quartz/Dina Carroll, Tara Kemp


Soul II Soul’s mainman, Jazzie B, has founded a new Funki Dred Records label in conjunction with Motown, who have exclusive rights to its product in North America and Europe while Jazzie B retains rights for Japan and Australasia . . . DJs Jazzy M and Jasper VJ, owners of London’s New Kings Road Vinyl Zone record shop, in addition to their Oh’Zone Records electro house logo are launching a new label called Delphinius Delphis (the Latin for dolphin), especially for danceable “real music” – using “real” instruments – like soul, salsa, Philly, funk and jazz . . . ‘Delphis’ for some reason looks like becoming a trendy word, as an act called the Impossibles release a single of that name next month, too . . . CBS, as previously warned, since January 1 no longer exists as a name, the overall record company operation having become Sony Music Entertainment Limited UK, the words Sony Music replacing CBS in all its former applications apart from the actual CBS label, which now as in the US is called Columbia, while the dance music department is called just The Dance Division . . . Gee Street, still continuing in management and music publishing, have shut down their previously successful dance label following distribution problems and shrinkage of its market share last year . . . Manchester’s police have given The Hacienda club an additional six months reprieve, until July, in which to prove further its claim to have stamped out drug abuse on its premises and thus avoid the revocation of its licence . . . 2 In A Room’s jaunty hip house ‘Wiggle It’, reviewed on import five months ago before it became a US pop hit, is due here on SBK this week, while D-Shake’s ‘My Heart, The Beat’ is out next week . . . Monie Love’s next single, in March, will be her album’s Adeva duetted adaptation of Anita Ward’s ‘Ring My Bell’ . . . Deskee’s album, out here at the end of the month, unlike its import version will feature the full 12 inch mixes of all his past singles, produced by WestBam, Dave Dorrell & CJ Mackintosh, and Longsy D . . . Dave Lee & Mark Ryder’s complete UK revamp of Simphonia’s ‘Can’t Get Over Your Love’, only available on RePublic Records’ ‘Rewind’ album of remixes (reviewed w/e December 1), has become so hot in New York that it’s soon to be 12-inched there on Easy Street . . . The Scientist has been to Russia to appear on a TV show reputedly seen by more than 150,000,000 people, and has been invited back for more TV in February and a 40 date tour of the USSR in June/July! . . . Kevin Scott, once of Bournemouth’s Kevin’s House fame, has returned to the Dorset coast and teamed up with Martyn The Hat, Derren Lee, Kenny from the Blackburn Ravers plus various other jocks and live acts to run a rave every Saturday in Weymouth’s Maximes, where a three day ‘The Bleepmouth 91 Weekender No 1’ (culminating in a Sunday night homeward bound party at Bournemouth’s Valentino’s) over February 22/23/24 is scheduled to feature the likes of LFO, Rhythmatic, Nightmares On Wax and more – details of the £25 weekender tickets, £65 including two nights’ accommodation and Bournemouth return coaches, from Kicking Back Leisure Ltd on 0202 298350 . . . Gt. Yarmouth’s Rosies becomes Cell Block H every Saturday with convict DJs Richie, Richard, Curt Johnston, Mike Bolton and more, including fortnightly top guest jocks like Colin Faver, Carl Cox, Trevor Fung, Fabio and Groove Rider . . . Capital FM, in the face of increased radio competition within the London area from such as Kiss 100 fm, Jazz FM, Melody FM, Choice FM, Spectrum and other even more local new incremental stations, nevertheless has declared record audience figures for the last six months – which must mean that the arrival of these newcomers, and all the attendant publicity, has boosted radio listenership in general . . . Pete Tong, having replaced Jeff Young in BBC Radio 1’s Friday 7.30-10pm dance music slot, has himself been replaced on Capital FM by Tim Smith from Tyneside’s Metro Radio FM, who as well as taking over the Saturday 5-8pm dance show from this week, will also be behind Friday night’s ‘The Beat Goes On’, 10pm-midnight . . . Channel 4’s documentary last Tuesday about the making in 1948 of the classic Ealing comedy ‘Whisky Galore!’ merely mentioned in passing the translated title, ‘Whisky a Go Go!’, under which the film became so popular in France that during the Fifties a great many French nightclubs and then early discotheques were named after it, this name becoming a cliché that spread along with the disco fashion from France in the Sixties first to Britain (London’s Whisky a Go-Go was, for over 20 years, a Continental disco where The Wag is now situated) and then the US, the result being that “go-go” became equated with “disco” for a while, especially in the States, bringing about the expression “go-go dancing” . . . Washington DC’s go go music, rather later, was also of course named after the same source, not that any go go acts I met there realised it – they all seemed to think the name originated directly from the Miracles’ 1966 hit, ‘Going To A Go-Go’! . . . Angelo Badalamenti’s moody music remains the best thing about ‘Twin Peaks’, making his soundtrack album (Warner Bros 7599-26316-1), with useful cast list photos on the sleeve, essential home and in-car listening . . . DAMN FINE!

Reviewed by Graeme Park and James Hamilton
[the first page of Graeme Park’s reviews is missing]

THE STEP ‘Yeah You
TUFF LITTLE UNIT ‘Join The Future’ / ‘Masterplan
PRAISE ‘Only You
DECLARATION ‘Declaration’

NOMAD featuring MC Mikee Freedom & Sharon Dee Clarke ‘(I Wanna Give You) Devotion (The Remixes)’ (Rumour Records RUMAZ 25, via Pinnacle)
Released in November – when I said it screamed out “smash hit!” every time I heard it, something I still believe – but then almost immediately deleted temporarily to prevent it from being buried by the pre-Christmas crush, this Damon (nomaD) Rochefort produced terrifically catchy sax honked hip house bouncer, tongue twistingly ragga rapped by a young Bristol MC over Sharon’s deadly catchy repetition of the old Ten City title line, is again separately available in the superior original mix described above (RUMAT 25) (116bpm), which did not need improvement but has had to be remixed four different ways for renewed marketing purposes, in a piano chorded and Sharon sung striding jazzy Soul Mix (119½bpm), Paul ‘Trouble’ Anderson’s rave sirens overdubbed and rap updated Trouble’s Club Mix (115¾bpm), flipped by Dave Lee’s percussively clacking cooled out The Joey Negro Mix (116½bpm) and sparsely thrumming The Rock Shock Mix (117bpm).

FRANK “K” featuring WISTON OFFICE ‘Everybody Let’s Somebody Love’ (119¾bpm) (Urban URBX 66, via PolyGram)
Out here this week in the same format as promoed on import, the already huge pop-aimed breezy Italian hip house rap (by Parma based DJ Francesco Pini, featuring MC Killiam, Sharon Blythe and Roberto Fontolan as the oddly named ‘Wiston Office’) is in piano jangled Club, swirling Chic ‘I Want Your Love’ strings spliced To Michael and more gently cantering Frank “K” Mixes, with a sparsely tapping Bonus Conga (120bpm) beat too, while out next week is Danny Rampling’s more immediately if only briefly Chic-ish (Nile Rodgers & Bernard Edwards get co-composer credit) then repetitively throbbing less vocal Pure Sexy Remix (119bpm) (Urban URBXR 66) and its jiggly clomping chantalong Pure Dub.

TEULÉ ‘Drink On Me (Club Version)’ (124½bpm) (Profile PROFT 321, via Pinnacle)
Pronounced “Tay-U-Lay”, mournfully moaning fellahs Teulé Brown and Kerri Chandler’s attractive James Bratton piano vamped smooth bubbly bounder has some oddly appealing vocal harmony discords, with one-sided chat-up lines giving way to a bleepy break two thirds through this A-sided version, or a different bleepily chugging After The Rave Mix, lisping fully vocal Radio Version, and fractionally faster brightly percussive Original Version (125bpm).

QUARTZ introducing DINA CARROLL ‘It’s Too Late (Overnight Mix)’ (106¾bpm) (Mercury ITM 312)
Out next week, this winsomely warbled (by the girl who took on Sybil when both revived ‘Walk On By’), basically loping gentle treatment of Carole King’s 1971 classic stays surprisingly close to the spirit of the original, with some delicately picked guitar and lush strings but no piano, before meandering more bumpily through a pauses filled instrumental second half that keeps losing the flow of its otherwise steadily pulsing beat, the Overnight Dub (105½bpm) having a substantially different bassline, while there’s the tinkling chimes started atmospheric strange ‘Obsession’ (104½bpm) too.

TARA KEMP ‘Hold You Tight’ (101½bpm) (US Big Beat BV-9101)
Due for UK release next month on the new Giant label in apparently yet more totally different mixes, which seems surprising considering the number it’s in already on fast selling import, this plaintive girl squeaked unhurried jiggly trotting repetitive little lurcher so far has All Night Radio, All Night Extended, All Night Instr., more chunkily percussive R&B, drier drum tapped Sisters Gonna Work It Out, bouncy reggae bassed Massive Inna Dance Hall, and Acappella Mixes, monotonously mesmeric with not very much happening but lots of simple sweet appeal.

RALPH TRESVANT ‘Sensitivity (Extended Version)’ (96¾bpm) (MCA Records MCAT 1462)
Yet another solo New Edition member, Ralph tenderly mutters and croons a gently undulating Jam & Lewis created romantic slow burning swingbeat swayer (something like Michael Jackson singing Lisa Stansfield’s ‘All Around The World’ with some plopping beats borrowed from Marvin Gaye’s ‘What’s Going On’!) that has exploded now it’s out here, coupled by 7” Edit, Instrumental and vocal-less Suite versions, while also out separately this week is Steve Jervier’s UK remixed jerkily jolting S&P Full Rub Mix (96¾bpm) (MCA Records MCAX 1462), flipped by a juddery rolling USA 12” Mix (96½bpm) and sweet nuthin’s whispering Ralph’s Rap (96¾ bpm).

L.A. MIX ‘Mysteries Of Love’ (101bpm) (A&M/PM AMY 707)
Promoed and reviewed back in early November but only just out now, having already been huge in the Club Chart, Les & Emma Adams’ follow-up to the distinctly street cred ‘Coming Back For More’ is a similarly tempoed though lusher, lovely sinuous rolling jogger soulfully wailed by Beverley Brown with an oddly enunciated D. Marcus C rap break, in Premier, Tougher and Instrumental Mixes – joined this week by a separate remix pressing that couples Les & Emma’s still slinky but less rounded (and less Cameo-ish!) brand new Red Light Mix (102½-102¼bpm) (A&M/PM AMX 707) with Steve Jervier’s jagged bass tugged untidy ‘hip hop’ Bumpy Mix (100½bpm).

TONGUE ‘N’ CHEEK ‘Forget Me Nots (The DNA Mix)’ (116¾bpm) (Syncopate 12SY 39, via EMI)
Produced by Total Contrast as usual and remixed in Bath by DNA, this clopping, striding, then cantering revival of Patrice Rushen’s 1982 classic builds through wah wah guitar, plonking piano, stabbing brass and a rippling organ break but sadly never really connects along the way, Dancin’ Danny D’s totally different stripped down fluidly swirling Slam Jam Mix (119¼bpm) on the flip being much more subtle and better, while Maureen weaves classily through the gentle smoochy ‘Cushion Of Love’ (40/80bpm).

THE MIXMASTERS ‘The Night Fever Megamix’ (IQ Records ZT 44340, via BMG Independent Group)
Not as neat as Phil Harding & Ian Curnow’s ‘The Grease Megamix’ (which had to be mixed from the original tracks) but tipped to follow it up the pop chart, producer Nigel Wright’s purpose recorded and typically accurate soundalike medley of remade hit songs from ‘Saturday Night Fever’ smoothly blends its recreations of the Bee Gees’ ‘Night Fever/More Than A Woman/Jive Talking/Staying Alive’ (114bpm) before reasonably enough speeding up into ‘You Should Be Dancing’ (120bpm), but it then unnecessarily breaks its stride to spurt up into not enough (that’s what irritates!) of the Trammps’ ‘Disco Inferno’ (127½bpm) as a fading frantic finale with no satisfactory mixing points to get out of it, the truncated 7” Mix starting differently with the gong from Kool & The Gang’s ‘Open Sesame’, omitting ‘More Than A Woman’, and fading out of ‘Disco Inferno’ even faster.

JULIET ROBERTS ‘Again’ (94¾bpm) (Slam Jam Productions/Eternal YZ524T)
The much recorded attractive 1949 standard, nowadays perhaps more readily identified with Nat ‘King’ Cole (not that he ever scored a singles hit with it), is sultrily emoted by the dependably soulful ex-Working Week singer through producer Dancin’ Danny D’s very strange jerkily disjointed, electronically ‘gated’, jiggly swaying Urban Mix, Urban 12” Edit, and less violently dramatic Smooth Top Mix, such a strong tune still that it’s likely to be a bit of a grower when out in a fortnight. Nice though this is, however, for me the most evocative version remains Jerry Butler and Betty Everett’s 1964 duet on Vee-Jay!

MARK SUMMERS ‘Summers Magic’ (4th + B’way 12 BRW 205)
The samples weaving Essex jock of ‘Meltdown’ (Please note that when I write about a 12 inch or seven inch, that indeed are how both are spelt, in  full, but when an abbreviated 12” or 7” forms part of a mix’s title as printed on a label then the prevailing convention is that the mix name is copied verbatim, to avoid possible confusion) and ‘Melt Your Body’ fame returns in – these days, rather dated seeming – 1988 style with an ‘ITMA’ introed and other vintage radio clips studded, ‘Expansions’ bassline underpinned busily jiggling jaunty churner stuffed full of familiar snippets, in Unit (119¼bpm) and less cluttered Original (120bpm) Mixes, flipped by the early electro snippets spliced jittery scratching ‘5p Like A Micro’ (124bpm) plus last year’s likewise cut and pasted frenetically leaping ‘Party Children (Remix)’ (122bpm), most excitingly old fashioned of the lot.

SHUT UP AND DANCE ‘Derek Went Mad (Remix)’ (126½bpm) (Shut Up And Dance Records SUAD 11, via Pacific)
Remixed from the Stoke Newington based entrepreneurial duo’s ‘Dance Before The Police Come’ album, this bass throbbed fluttery shuffling instrumental groove is washed by atmospheric synth and some fashionably monkish effects but may prove too monotonous and tuneless to be much of a pop crossover, although as usual for their label it’s a good value double-sider, coupled by the gruffly ragga rapped jittery frenetic almost MC Hammer-ish ‘This Town Needs A Sheriff (Remix)’ (123bpm), about trouble and life in Hackney, out next week.

THE SCIENTIST ‘The Bee (Honey Combed Remix)’ (128bpm) (Kickin/GTi Records KICK 3TR, via Southern)
Largely a re-recording rather than a remix, this angrily buzzing and bleeping, wriggling and spurting nervy frantic jitterer is prodded by some ragga shouts, with a long slow starting then resonant synth tones washed mellow Piano Mix (125½bpm) and squiggly electro gurgled jiggling Gargle Mix (127¾bpm) as flip, all three disparate mixes having the electronically tweeting and buzzzzing bee in common. Someone swat it!

JESUS JONES ‘IBYT 12 (international bright young thing)’ (121¾bpm) (Food 12 FOOD PD27)
This, the indie dancer’s frenetically rumbling and quavering, surging and leaping instrumental picture disc version, is flipped by Iain Baker and Jon Jules’s ‘International Bright Young Thing (Chaos Mix)’ (116½bpm), combining late Sixties-style psychedelia with the Incredible Bongo Band’s ‘Apache’ breakbeat, worth hearing.

THE CLUB CHART – January 19, 1991


01 01 GONNA MAKE YOU SWEAT (EVERYBODY DANCE NOW) (SLAMMIN’ VOCAL CLUB MIX) C&C Music Factory (featuring Freedom Williams), Columbia 12in
02 02 I CAN’T TAKE THE POWER (RIVA MIX) Off-Shore, Columbia 12in
03 04 CAN I KICK IT? (EXTENDED BOILERHOUSE MIX) A Tribe Called Quest, Jive 12in promo
04 03 (I WANNA GIVE YOU) DEVOTION Nomad featuring MC Mikee Freedom, Rumour 12in
05 07 EVERYBODY LET’S SOMEBODY LOVE (CLUB MIX) Frank “K” featuring Wiston Office, Urban 12in promo
06 07 OUTSTANDING (THE MORE BEEF MIX) Kenny Thomas, Cooltempo 12in promo
07 06 MY HEART, THE BEAT/DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY D-Shake, Cooltempo 12in promo
08 11 YOU GOT THE LOVE (JOLLY JAMES REMIX) The Source featuring Candi Staton, Truelove 12in white label
09 10 KID GET HYPED (VOCAL MIX) Deskee, Big One 12in promo
10 18 MUST BEE THE MUSIC King Bee, Columbia 12in promo
12 14 FEEL THE GROOVE (MIX 1) Cartouche, Brothers Organisation 12in
13 17 RELEASE ME (STEVE ANDERSON REMIX) Fatman featuring Stella Mae, Cue/ffrr 12in promo
14 23 KEEP YOUR LOVE (CHERRY PIE MIX) New Life, A&M PM 12in promo
15 34 IN YER FACE (IN YER FACE MIX) 808 State, ZTT 12in promo
16 12 HOMICIDE/EXORCIST Shades Of Rhythm, ZTT 12in white label
17 19 SCANDAL The Basement Boys present Ultra Naté, Eternal 12in promo
18 20 JOHNNY PANIC (MIX 1) Johnny Panic And The Bible Of Dreams, Fontana 12in promo
19 — GO SISTER Franschene, Omen 12in EP
20 15 FOUND LOVE (CAIPIRINA MIX) Double Dee (featuring Dany), Epic 12in
21 13 DOWN TO EARTH (TOUCH DOWN MIX) Monie Love, Cooltempo 12in
22 39 DEREK WENT MAD (REMIX) Shut Up And Dance, Shut Up And Dance 12in
23 08 WHERE LOVE LIVES (RED ZONE MIX) Alison Limerick, Arista 12in
24 36 TINGLE (HARD BOPPIN’ MIX) T.P.E. (That Petrol Emotion), Virgin 12in promo
25 25 SUMMERS MAGIC (UNIT MIX)/PARTY CHILDREN (REMIX) Mark Summers, 4 +B’way 12in promo
26 26 SOMEDAY (12in JACKSWING MIX)/(12in HOUSE MIX) Mariah Carey, Columbia 12in promo
27 85 SHARE (CLUB) Jomanda, Giant 12in
28 24 LOVE COME DOWN (NORMAN NORMAL MIX) Eve Gallagher, More Protein 12in
29 32 INTENSITY/FILO FUNK Mystic Knights, W.A.U./Mr. Modo 12in
30 51 3 A.M. ETERNAL (LIVE AT THE S.S.L.) The KLF, KLF 12in promo
31 09 A MATTER OF FACT (CLASSIC MIX) Innocence, Cooltempo 12in
32 30 BORN TO LOVE YA Rozala, Pulse-8 12in
33 49 HYPNOTIC (FEATURING 2 SUPREME) Hypnotone, Creation 12in promo
35 45 LOVE SO TRUE Bomb The Bass, Rhythm King 12in promo
37 31 FAMILY OF PEOPLE (EXTENDED FAMILY MIX) Quest For Excellence, Republic 12in
38 29 HELPING HANDS (INCISIVE REMIX) Arthur Miles, ffrr 12in
39 37 FREEDOM (PRISONER MIX) A Homeboy, A Hippie & A Funki Dredd, Tam Tam 12in
40 21 THE GONZO Lost, Perfecto 12in
41 28 FEEL IT (K.M.A.P.H. MIX) Adonte, Republic 12in
42 59 OUTER LIMITS (ANDROMEDA MIX) The Predator, Industrial 12in
43 43 THE BEE The Scientist, Kickin 12in
44 48 ONE DAY WE’LL ALL BE FREE Dr. Umbardi, Noise 12in
45 53 FEEEL THE POWER Tekno Too, D-Zone 12in white label
46 65 WIGGLE IT (THE CLUB MIX) 2 In A Room, US Cutting 12in
47 27 MARY HAD A LITTLE BOY Snap, Arista 12in
48 91 THE MODEL Dance Robots, German WEA 12in
49 56 MORE THAN I KNOW/NOT FORGOTTEN (REMIX) Leftfield, Outer Rhythm 12in
50 38 MAMA SAID KNOCK YOU OUT (12-inch REMIX) L.L. Cool J, Def Jam 12in
51 66 BACK ON THE BLOCK (MELLOW RADIO MIX) Quincy Jones, Qwest 12in
52 33 CRAZY (MIXES) Seal, ZTT 12in
53 — SATAN Orbital, ffrr 12in
54 95 I AM THE FUTURE The Mad Bas’tard, Strictly Underground 12in
55 58 SPACEFACE Sub-Sub, 12in white label
56 55 MIDNIGHT EXPRESS/BOPULATE Xon, Network 12in promo
58 67 SELF HYPNOSIS (MR WHIPPY REMIX) Nexus 21, Network 12in EP
59 41 THE TOTAL MIX/I DON’T KNOW ANYBODY ELSE (STEVE HURLEY MIX) Black Box, de/Construction 12in
60 42 SADNESS Enigma, Virgin 12in
61 47 EASE ON BY (MIXES) Bass-O-Matic, Guerilla 12in
63 — DRINK ON ME (CLUB VERSION) Teulé, Profile 12in promo
64 57 JAZZ IT UP (JAZZ MIX) CFM Band, US Underworld 12in
65 76 FLIGHT X (SCHOOL MIX) Paul Haig, Circa 12in promo
66 77 THE GIRL I USED TO KNOW (STRESS MIX) Brother Beyond, Parlophone 12in
67 62 GET INTO THE MUSIC DJ’s Rule, Hi Bias 12in EP
68 61 NIGHT & DAY (TWILIGHT REMIX) U2, Island 12in promo
70 94 STILL FEEL THE RAIN Stex, Some Bizarre 12in
71 87 MR. SANDMAN (EXTENDED CLUB MIX) Three Times Dope, Citybeat 12in
72 71 WHAT’S IT GONNA BE (EXCELLENT ADVENTURE MIX) Jellybean, East West 12in promo
73 — FIRE WHEN READY G Double E, Jumpin’ & Pumpin’ 12in
74 74 SCHOOL OF THE WORLD/SINGLE MINDED PEOPLE Nicolette, Shut Up And Dance 12in
75 73 SPICE Eon, Vinyl Solution 12in
76 — THAT MOON (CLUB MIX) Paul Rutherford with Pressure Zone, Beat Farm 12in
77 90 IT’S TOO LATE (OVERNIGHT MIX) Quartz introducing Dina Carroll, Mercury 12in
78 75 COMPARED TO WHAT (THE UPRISE MIX) Fresh 4 featuring Lizz E, Ten 12in
79 52 LOVE, PEACE AND HARMONY (ORIGINAL MIX) Dream Frequency, Citybeat 12in
80 70 CLOSE ENCOUNTERS (CLUB MIX) Bassix, Champion 12in
81 — JAM THE DANCE (MORE TIME MIX) Asmo (The Final Venture), Tek 12in
83 — FOUNTAIN O’ YOUTH (HANDS ON MIX) Candyland, Non-Fiction 12in promo
84 — I CAN’T GO FOR THAT (NO CAN DO) (BEN LIEBRAND REMIX) Hall & Oates, Arista 12in
85 — MAGGIES’ LAST PARTY (CLUB MIX) V.I.M., Box 12in promo
87 93 DIRTY GAMES (CLUB MIX) Tom Tall, Low Spirit 12in
88 96 EVERYBODY PLAYS THE FOOL (EVERY FOOLS 12-inch MIX) Bassix, East West 12in promo
89 92 PAY THE PRICE (GOSPEL DANCE MIX) The Creations featuring Debbie Sharp, Loco 12in
90 46 MISSING YOU (THUMPIN’ BASS MIX) Soul II Soul/Kym Mazelle, Ten 12in
91 re MR. KIRK’S NIGHTMARE 4 Hero, Reinforced 12in
92 — HEY R.U. READY/UNITED NATION Hardcore, XL Recordings 12in
93 — SET THE GROOVE ON FIRE Splash, 12in promo
94 — FORGET ME NOTS (SLAMMER MIX) Tongue ‘n’ Cheek, Syncopate 12in
95 re YOU CAN HAVE IT ALL (HIS MIX) Michelle VII, From A Whisper… 12in
96 — THE REAL TIME (REMIX) Beat In Time, Low Spirit 12in
97 re A PLACE CALLED BLISS (LAST THURSDAY MIX) Cyclone, Network 12in promo
98 81 (YOU’RE PUTTIN’) A RUSH ON ME Technomania featuring Emma Haywoode, Rumour 12in promo
99 40 JUSTIFY MY LOVE (MIXES) Madonna, Sire 12in
100 60 I WANNA BE THE ONE Pinky, First Bass 12in

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