February 23, 1991: Herb Alpert, Friends Of Matthew, L.A. Mix, Asmo, The Born EP

BEATS & PIECES

NETWORK RECORDS, following last week’s lead story, have initially promoed True Faith featuring Final Cut’s ‘Take Me Away’ (NWKT 20) as a single sider in just their own more jerkily spurting remake of the bootleg Pin Up Girl Remix, original singer Bridgett Grace echoingly wailing through its by turns jangling, pounding, bubbling and shuffling amalgamation with Kaos’s ‘Definition Of Love’ piano (123-122bpm), this pressing being a bit of a collectors’ item as the mix on it will not be out commercially . . . Jay Mondi, no longer on Ten Records, is another to add to the growing list of those who have actually covered rather than bootlegged ‘Take Me Away’, her Chris Paul produced piano and organ pounded bounding treatment in Raw, Smooth, and Acappella Mixes (121½bpm) being already out on Raw Bass (12 R BASS 010) . . . Yvonne Elliman’s 1976 UK and US smash slinkily jogging ‘Love Me‘ (75¼-75bpm) has obviously now become a rare groove as its original seven-inch version is bootlegged —credited to Evon Elemen! — on a currently fast selling 12-inch (Midnight Music WCC 116), flipped perhaps more unexpectedly by Rupert Holmes’s lurching 1979 US Christmas number one ‘Escape (The Pina Colada Song)’ (70bpm) — spelt, this side with no artist credit, as ‘Pinacolladar’! . . . Jazzy Jason is launching a “real hardcore dance music” Pure Bhoomie label alongside the more hip hop orientated Blapps! Records, and is building a DJ mailing list for it on 0860 797652 (only apply if you and your crowd are truthfully tuff!) . . . Sony Music Entertainment UK (formerly CBS) has completely stopped manufacturing vinyl records in this country, all its vinyl coming from its Dutch pressing plant. Already in the US it’s almost impossible to find anything new other than dance releases (thankfully) on vinyl . . . Ten Records have packaged Inner City’s ‘Till We Meet Again’ in a limited edition gatefold sleeve, its two pockets however holding only one record (TENG 337), with Kevin ‘Master Reese’ Saunderson’s muted trumpet introed resonant bass bumped but strange very disjointedly surging Reese In Rio Mix (103¼bpm), better bassily loping trumpet rasped instrumental Places And Spaces Mix (102bpm) and self descriptive Almost Acappella Mix, the second pocket being to encourage purchase of the now also due separate stronger Remix (TENR 337), with Kevin’s sitar plinked solid jiggly chugging Reese In London Mix, sparser Reese In Detroit Mix and original far from compulsively danceable Reese In Rio Mix (all 103¼bpm) — the song is whinneyingly duetted by Paris Grey with fellow Chicagoan Byron Stingily from Ten City, except she recorded in Detroit and he recorded in New York two months later, and never the twain did meet! . . . Optimism Records/Arista have reissued Xpansions’ ‘Elevation’, yet another revived club hit from last year with sales then that didn’t reflect its floor support, now retitled as ‘Move Your Body (Elevation)‘ (613 683) . . . The Redmen’s ‘You’re My Way’, reviewed on import last week, is out here on Rumour Records in three weeks . . . DJ Atomico Herbie’s jerkily pounding D.J. H. featuring Stefy ‘Think About… (12″ Mix)‘ (119¾bpm) is here coupled by just its totally different wukka wukked then reedy organ jittered rattling sparse instrumental Crazy Mix (120bpm) . . . Flav-A-Flav-A-Flav presents Son Of Bazerk Featuring No Self Control And The Band (to give them their full name!) “change the style” of ‘Change The Style‘ from its basic James Brown groove (114bpm) with abrupt slow reggae (80bpm), sweet soul (38¼bpm), and heavy metal outro (117bpm) interruptions — these could come as a surprise, so do be warned! . . . March 1/2/3 in fact finds three weekenders at different Butlins camps, The Main Event at PwIlheli’s Starcoast World, the gay CAMP camp at Skegness’s Funcoast World, and the Scottish/North Of England Unity at Ayr’s Wonderwest World, this being apparently the first full scale weekender ever in Scotland, with DJs Carl Cox, Sasha, Fabio, Groove Rider, Nightmares On Wax (yes, dee-jaying), Jackie Morrison, Joe Deacon, Scot Gibson, Zamo and Harri, plus appearances by Caveman, N-Joi, Sindecut, Xpansions, K-Klass and more (£50 booking details on 0382 644003) . . . DJ Tat, DJ Clifton and Martin C have just started free admission weekly Chill Out Tuesdays 7-11pm in Chesterfield’s The Spires (next to the Regal), promising a musical cross section (but no visible Y-fronts!) . . . New York’s Shag club opens in London this Thursday (21) and then weekly at Wall Street in Mayfair’s Bruton Place, with Pulse DJs, Humanoid and Mental Cube supplying split level sounds . . . Ubiquity takes place at the Horizon Club on Kilburn High Road in London this Friday (22) featuring DJs Tim Simenon, Streets Ahead and Morgan with a PA by Chapter & The Verse . . . AS IT GROOVES!


HOT VINYL
The week’s new club promos and remixes reviewed by James Hamilton and Paul Gotel

TOM TOM ‘Replay
SPACETRAX (VOL. ONE) ‘Where Are You Now
CLUBLAND ‘Pump That Sound (Like A Megablast) (Blow Your Mind Mix)
DIGITAL BOY ‘OK! Alright
DIGITALIS ‘Accepting
BASS BUMPERS ‘Can’t Stop Dancing

HERB ALPERT ‘North On South St.’ (US A&M 75021 2356 1)
The delicately tootling trumpeter’s hottest dance hit for years, on a massive seven track 12-inch (if you’re gonna use vinyl you might as well use it!), this starts out as a mumbling and giggling accompanied wriggly little jiggler in its LP Version (117¼bpm), before being remixed in Bobby Konders’s ambient effects backed whompingly striding lean Massive Sound 12″, Massive Sound 7″, and more sparsely smacking Late Night Massive Sound Remix treatments (all 117½bpm), flipped by Greg Smith’s 117.2bpm “c’mon let’s work” punctuated different funkily burbling Hip Housed Out 12″, Black Riot-type organ prodded pshta pshta-ing Deep Dub Version and similarly cantering Deep House Main Mix 12″ treatments (all 117¼bpm), the whole lot adding up to nearly 38 minutes. We’ll be lucky to get just three of these mixes on one piece of vinyl if it comes out here, thanks to UK chart rules.

FRIENDS OF MATTHEW ‘Out There’ (MCN 001, via Slammer)
A huge seller at Vinyl Zone already, this white labelled creation by three well known but, for the time being, anonymous club DJs from south of London is an ethereal choirboy-like “see me, feel me, hear me, love me, touch me” cooed and “is anybody out there” vocoder interspersed through a primarily instrumental thrumming frisky attractive electro shuffler, with some Kraftwerk ‘Autobahn’-type effects but no real bleeps, in Raw (125½bpm), “let’s go back to your childhood” introed Techno (125½bpm) and Garage (124bpm) Mixes, coupled also by the beefier leaping frequency oscillations and ‘TSOP’ brass combining ‘Obey‘ (126bpm), worth finding.

MC BUZZ B ‘Never Change
JOHNNY PARKER ‘Love It Forever
49ERS ‘How Long
TARANTELLA ‘La Amor’
DEEP BLUE ‘Deep Blue

L.A. MIX ‘Coming Back For More’ (A&M/PM 397 089-1)
Not quite as good an album for dancers as their variety-packed ‘On The Side’ debut set from 1989, Les & Emma Adams’ second LP is, however, more mature and designed to flow for consistent home listening, its two infectious floor-filling standouts being the already much mentioned Whispers’ ‘It’s A Love Thing’ title line adapting D. Marcus C. rapped jumpily chugging ‘Love Thang’ (109¼bpm), and the maddeningly catchy Pink Floyd meet Soul II Soul-type jittery swaying Angel C. chorussed ‘Live For Love’ (99bpm), not to be missed, while there are also of course the fruity sax farted and Leslie George souled slinkily rolling ‘Coming Back For More‘ (101¼bpm), Beverley Brown wailed and D. Marcus C. rapped current lovely ‘Mysteries Of Love‘ (101¼bpm), Juliet Roberts cooed pleasant shuffling ‘One Love One Touch‘ (104¼bpm), Juliet & Leslie duetted sinuously attractive (but what silly lyrics!) ‘We Shouldn’t Hold Hands In The Dark‘ (95¼bpm), Mike Stevens saxed jiggly instrumental ‘Slap‘ (105¼bpm), annoying acappella chant started Juliet sung (with a naturally held long note) gospel-ish undulating ‘Miss My Love‘ (103¼bpm), Juliet chanted jazz-funkily bounding deliberately dated ‘All Mine‘ (120¼bpm), and Zee (a strident girl) wailed repetitive slinky pop ‘Discover Reality‘ (111¼bpm).

ASMO (The Final Venture) ‘Jam The Dance (More Time Mix)’ (121½bpm) (TEK Records TEKK 4, via Rough Trade)
From a label based at Bournemouth’s Academy disco (and originally promoed for DJ evaluation in March 1990!), this “by gad sir” vintage movie dialogue introed and interspersed, Loleatta Holloway-like hollering punctuated and briefly ‘Space Bass’ zizzed, very Italo-type and not surprisingly 1989 style piano pounder is followed on the Mental side by some unrelated ‘Bonus Beats’ (117½bpm), coupled on the Detra side by the bleepily thumping ‘El Shabaz‘ (119¾bpm) and ragga introed jerkily percolating ‘Music Please‘ (125bpm), aimed at raves and now selling all over.

VARIOUS ‘The Born EP’ (Omen Recordings OMEN 1)
In an individually numbered limited edition of only 500 promotional pressings, this twinpacked pair of 33⅓rpm three trackers introduced veteran DJ John Mayoh’s Manchester-based label, with the 19-years-old Betty Boo-ishly rapping FRANSCHENE’s ‘Go Sister’ (124bpm), a female reggae toasted and “move champion” chanted ‘Al-Naafiysh’-ishly backed breezy bounder that appears to be first in JFX POSSE’s ‘Comedown Versus the Sister Comedown (Ragga Style)’ version before its fully rapped Hip Hop Mix, flipped by DOO LALLY ‘D’s electro oscillation droned and funky sample shuffled ‘Floorquake‘ (123bpm), disc two having Franschene’s sweet Denise Johnson cooed and C.B 200 toasted lovers rock-ish anti-crack message rap ‘Ruff Stuff (The PSV Raggamix)’ (101¼bpm) and its sparser jolting ‘Ruff Stuff (The First Time Remix)‘ (101bpm), flipped by Mark Ryder the MAD BAS’TARD’s “ball of fire” muttering fast jittery bleeping ‘I Am The Future (Edit)‘ (130bpm). Now due out commercially is FRANSCHENE ‘Go Sister’ (Omen Recordings ZT 44348, via BMG), promoed on 33⅓rpm white label in two totally different reggae-less treatments, a funk riffs and “go sister, soul sister” chants driven 12″ Mix (123½bpm) and a buffalo gals introed frenetic jittery scratching alternative mix (124bpm), plus the above original Hip Hop Mix (124bpm) and ‘Ruff Stuff (The PSV Raggamix)’ (101½bpm). Meanwhile, Mark (Masters Of The Universe) Ryder has also separately white labelled his MAD BAS’TARD ‘I Am The Future’ (129¾bpm) (Strictly Underground FU 2), bearing the rubber-stamped message “Solo Single Mission 1” although it will in fact be fronted at personal appearances by someone else, a self-confessed quickly tossed off but in fact rather good very bassily jittering space invaders type bleeper, in an uncensored “mother f***in'”- muttering mix on the 45rpm A-side or in its above promoed Edit on 33⅓rpm AA-side with some Beats too, the completely 33⅓rpm commercial pressing that is now also white labelled ahead of release next week being a Crazy Jake Remix (130½bpm) (Omen Recordings ZT 44330) with a totally silent but beat maintaining surprise sudden dropout not long after the uncensored start, coupled by its above Edit (130bpm), Beats and original A-side mix (130¼bpm).

JAMES TAYLOR QUARTET featuring Noel McCoy ‘Love The Life (Guarana DJ Version)’ (121bpm) (Urban URBX 67)
Promoed as just a single sider but due out commercially now, this David Morales remixed, Satoshi Tomiie and Terry Burrus keyboarded superb throatily soulful Noel McCoy moaned, wailed and growled thumping bounder is the slickest thing the JTQ has ever put its name to, another goodie that’s far too short but sounds like a smash.

BEATS INTERNATIONAL ‘Echo Chamber’ (102¾bpm) (Go.Beat GODX 51, via PolyGram)
A King Tubby dedicated tribute to past recording technique innovators, this Daddy Freddy ragga rapped and contrastingly effete Lester Noel whispered, ‘Could You Be Loved’-ishly bubbled loping slinky jogger slips at times into the “time keeps on slippin’, slippin’, slippin’” line from ‘Fly Like An Eagle’, full of atmosphere, flipped by Freddy alone’s ‘Daddy Freddy’s Echo Chamber‘ version in his typical frantic syllables spitting raggamuffin stylee, plus the dixieland jazz based jauntily jiggling instrumental ‘Inch By Inch‘ (103¾bpm) in what’s now become one of Norman Cook’s idiosyncratic styles.

TRILOGY ‘Love Me Forever Or Love Me Not’ (109bpm) (Atco B 8841T, via WEA)
Another creation by the C&C boys, Robert Clivilles & David Cole, this honking sax squealed, fatback drums and cowbell tapped ultra jiggly pure funk groove eventually erupts with some loosely rambling rap in its bragging “the sounds you are about to hear will be devastating to your ear” introed Clivilles & Cole Club Mix, here coupled with a very different juddery Extended Hot Radio Mix that’s fully sung rather than rapped by the New York trio of Randy ‘Duran’ Ramos, Angel DeLeon and Darren DeWitt (possibly plus — certainly the tracks on seven inch — its again different tight jittery R&B Radio and Club Vocal Mixes).

M.C. KINKY ‘Get Over It’ (106bpm) (More Protein PROT 9-12, via Virgin)
The fast talking ragga rapping lady who previously preached the joys of ‘E’ is back with a juddery tripping percussive jiggler prodded by clanging rock guitar chords (doubtless someone will recognise where they’re from?), mellowing at the very end of its Park Your Car In My Bra Mix and flipped by an ethnically started sparser sinuously throbbing Mello Yello Mix.

K-ALEXI ‘Don’t Cha Want It?’ (124¾bpm) (US Underground UN 137)
K-Alexi Shelby’s Mike Dunn co-produced bounder continuously repeats its female title line and is somehow reminiscent of Soft House Company’s ‘What You Need’ in its piano plonked jerky K-Alexi Warehouse Mix, but is given orgasmically groaning girls and alternative Seventies grooves in its tougher leaping Club Housewear Mix, Mike Dunn’s Club Mix, and Dunn With Care Mix.

VELVET ‘Hold Me’ (Tam Tam Records TTT 43, via Pacific)
Starting with an organ percolated beat that switches emphasis as soon as the whompingly driving main rhythm starts powerfully building up, this girl hollered sturdy Italo house galloper is in a Vocal Club Mix (120½bpm), flipped by an equally strong stabbing Hammond organ led more percussive Hammond Instrumental Mix (120¼bpm), both with an oddly indeterminate fading end (Percappella too). The Italian resurgence continues, this being another likely hit.

SONNY SOUTHON ‘I Don’t Come Any Other Way’ (90¼bpm) (Siren Records SRNT 135, via PolyGram)
Jolley Harris Jolley give the DNA featuring Suzanne Vega treatment to what also began as a girl’s acappella performance, driving this mournful sing- and hum-along unison chorus supported folk song with added densely rumbling chunky drumbeats, some plonking piano and whistling flute (less dense alternative mix and the original acappella as flip), the trouble being that the idea has been done before, and — while it’ll have haunting appeal for some — this particular example sounds a bit gloomy.

TOMAS ‘Mind Song’ (W.A.R.P. WAP 10, via Pinnacle)
A Leeds based soloist takes the “h” out of his name and debuts on a strange instrumental EP with three tracks that all have exactly the same number of Beats Per Minute (119¾) but are otherwise not that closely related, this sombrely thudding then jiggling sparse episodic builder washed by monkish moaning and mournful “going out of my head” repetition, plus the jerkily polyrhythmic tapping ‘African Dream‘ and low frequency thumped striding stark ‘Architecture‘.

EMMANUEL ‘We Shall Overcome’ (Global Village NORX 5, via Phonogram)
Confusingly introed with many further beat losing edits right through it (the BPMs can only be approximate), this young Sheffielder’s untidy but trendy amalgam of ragga-ish vocal and jauntily bleeping house riffs is out commercially in Jumpin’ Up Mix (119¼bpm), Jumpstrumental (119½bpm) and Go For Luv Mix (119¾bpm), this latter vocal version replacing the shorter Feet In Motion (Edix) (119½bpm) alternative instrumental that together with the Jumpstrumental flipped the original promo pressing’s faster Jumpin’ Up Club Mix (119¾bpm).


THE CLUB CHART – February 23, 1991

COMPILED BY ALAN JONES FROM A SAMPLE OF OVER 500 DJ RETURNS AND SHOP SALES. THIS WEEK’S SHOPS: RUBY RED (WOLVERHAMPTON), HITSVILLE USA (NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE), TRAX (LONDON), TEMPEST (BIRMINGHAM), REPLAY (BRISTOL) AND VINYL ZONE (LONDON).

01 01 (I WANNA GIVE YOU) DEVOTION Nomad, Rumour 12in
02 14 APPARENTLY NOTHIN’ Young Disciples, Talkin Loud 12in
03 02 LOVE IS THE MESSAGE (LOVE LOVE LOVE MIX) Love Inc. featuring MC Noise, Love/Polydor 12in
04 03 YOU GOT THE LOVE (MIXES) The Source featuring Candi Staton, Truelove 12in
05 09 TAKE A REST (REMIXED BY C.J. MACKINTOSH) Gang Starr, Cooltempo 12in
06 06 IT’S TOO LATE Quartz, Mercury 12in
07 05 OUTSTANDING (THE MORE BEEF MIX) Kenny Thomas, Cooltempo 12in
08 17 THINK ABOUT… D.J.H. featuring Stefy, RCA 12in
09 23 BLACK WHIP Chapter And The Verse, Virgin 12in promo
10 29 TILL WE MEET AGAIN Inner City, Ten 12in
11 20 I’M READY Caveman, Profile 12in promo
12 24 MY LOVE (ATMOSPHERA MIX) Collapse, Citybeat 12in
13 04 WIGGLE IT (THE CLUB MIX) 2 In A Room, SKB 12in
14 34 JEALOUSY (RED ZONE MIX) Adventures Of Stevie V, Mercury 12in promo
15 25 LOVE THE LIFE (GUARANA DJ VERSION) James Taylor Quartet, Urban 12in promo
16 07 CAN I KICK IT? (EXTENDED BOILERHOUSE MIX) A Tribe Called Quest, Jive 12in
17 15 MY HEART, THE BEAT D-Shake, Cooltempo 12in
18 35 HOLD ME (VOCAL CLUB MIX) Velvet, Tam Tam 12in white label
19 52 MAINLINE (CHEP’S MIX) Tribal House, Cooltempo 12in promo
20 18 DUNNO WHAT IT IS (ABOUT YOU) The Beatmasters featuring Elaine Vassell, Rhythm King 12in promo
21 — BACK BY DOPE DEMAND (FUNKY BASS MIX) King Bee, First Bass 12in white label
22 32 EVERYBODY (ALL OVER THE WORLD) FPI Project, Rumour 12in promo
23 60 UNFINISHED SYMPATHY (PAUL OAKENFOLD MIX) Massive Attack, Wild Bunch 12in
24 43 AROUND THE WAY GIRL (UNTOUCHABLES REMIX) L.L. Cool J, Def Jam 12in promo
25 16 SCANDAL/IS IT LOVE? The Basement Boys present Ultra Naté, Eternal 12in
26 10 I CAN’T TAKE THE POWER (RIVA-MIX) Off-Shore, CBS 12in
27 11 EVERYBODY LET’S SOMEBODY LOVE Frank “K” featuring Wiston Office, Urban 12in
28 08 GONNA MAKE YOU SWEAT (SLAMMIN’ CLUB VOCAL MIX) C&C Music Factory featuring Freedom Williams, CBS 12in
29 28 WIPE THE NEEDLE/JUGGLING The Ragga Twins, Shut Up And Dance 12in
30 94 WEAR YOUR LOVE LIKE HEAVEN (ULTIMATUM MIX) Definition Of Sound, Circa 12in
31 31 GET INTO IT (PARK YOUR CAR IN MY BRA MIX) MC Kinky, More Protein 12in promo
32 68 ANIMAL (PRIMEVAL INTERFACE)/SHOUT (THE COMMUNICATOR) Man Machine, Oval/Outer Rhythm 12in
33 40 WEEKEND (CLUB MIX) Dick Low, Spirit 12in
34 41 PLEASE LEAVE (STEVE JERVIER MIX) Carlton, Three Stripe 12in promo
35 71 HOLD YOU TIGHT Tara Kemp, US Big Beat 12in
36 80 MOVE (DANCE ALL NIGHT) (SLAMMIN’ 12-inch) Slam Slam, MCA 12in promo
37 — ADRENALIN (EP): ADRENALIN/PHOENIX/THE KRAKEN/RHYTHM ZONE N-Joi, de/Construction 12in
38 12 3 AM ETERNAL The KLF, KLF 12in
39 22 IN YER FACE (IN YER FACE MIX) 808 State, ZTT 12in
40 72 FLIGHT X (MIXES) Paul Haig, Circa 12in
41 46 ECHO CHAMBER Beats International, Go Beat 12in
42 21 WRAP MY BODY TIGHT Johnny Gill, Motown 12in
43 69 AGAIN (URBAN MIX) Juliet Roberts, West End 12in promo
44 42 LOST IN MUSIC (ULTIMATUM REMIX) Stereo MC’s, 4&B’way 12in promo
45 86 LOVE’S HEARTBREAK Lisa M, Polydor 12in promo
46 26 SPREAD A LITTLE LOVE (CLUB VERSION) Richard Rogers, BCM 12in
47 30 THINKIN’ ABOUT YOUR BODY (CHOCOLATE MIX) 2 Mad, Big Life 12in
48 85 LUDI (DOUBLE TROUBLE CLUB MIX) Dream Warriors, 4&B’way 12in
49 13 MUST BEE THE MUSIC King Bee, Torso Dance 12in
50 97 GO GO/LIES Oval Emotion, Canadian Hi Bias 12in
51 — TWISTED TAMBOURINE Hibrid, Megablast 12in
52 90 BOW DOWN MISTER (SITARI BIZARRI MIX) Jesus Loves You, More Protein 12in
53 — LOOSE FIT/BOB’S YER UNCLE (DANCE FASHION) Happy Mondays, Factory 12in promo
54 — TAKE ME AWAY Jay Mondi, Raw Bass 12in promo
55 56 MOONSTOMPIN’ (DEAD SKINHEAD MIX) Under Cover Movement, Strictly Underground 12in promo
56 75 REVOLUTION OF THE HEART Chosen Few, Fabulous 12in promo
57 — HEAT OF THE MOMENT (12-inch ONE WORLD REMIX) After 7, Virgin America 12in promo
58 48 LOVE ME FOREVER OR LOVE ME NOT Trilogy, WEA 12in promo
59 38 KID GET HYPED (VOCAL MIX) Deskee, Big One 12in
60 50 LISTEN UP (RAW DANCE REMIX) Quincy Jones, Warner Brothers 12in promo
61 19 SENSITIVITY (EXTENDED VERSION) Ralph Tresvant, MCA 12in
62 — LOVE L.U.V. (BEAUTIFUL LOVE) Julian Cope, Peggy Suicide 12in
63 39 WE SHALL OVERCOME (MIXES) Emmanuel, Global Village 12in
64 — INSANITY (HURLEY’S HOUSE MIX) The Pointer Sisters, Motown 12in promo
65 — MAKE WAY FOR THE ORIGINALS (MIXES) Izit, Optimism 12in
66 55 JOIN THE FUTURE Tuff Little Unit, WARP 12in promo
67 87 REACH FOR THE TOP (BACK WITH A VENGEANCE REMIX) Clive Griffin, Mercury 12in
68 70 MORNING WILL COME (M.P.G. 12-inch) Junior Giscombe, MCA 12in promo
69 re THAT’S THE WAY LIFE IS (MARK BRYDON’S FON FUN MIX) Reach, External 12in promo
70 47 LOVE SO TRUE Bomb The Bass/Tim Simenon, Rhythm King 12in
71 5I HOMICIDE/EXORCIST Shades Of Rhythm, ZTT 12in
72 57 MY MY LOVER Dee Dee Brave, US Movin’ 12in
73 54 BEFORE WE GET STARTED/JEALOUS MC Eric, Urban 12in promo
74 — LOVE OR NOTHING Diana Brown & Barrie K. Sharpe, ffrr 12in promo
75 — ECSTASY (I NEED YOUR BODY) Evil Roy, Made On Earth 12in promo
76 re PAY THE PRICE (GOSPEL DANCE MIX) The Creations featuring Debbie Sharp, Loco 12in white label
77 — PRINCE OF DARKNESS Messiah, Deja Vu 12in white label
78 33 HIPPYCHICK (REMIX) Soho, Sakti 12in
79 37 GO SISTER Franschene, Omen EP 12in
80 36 MYSTERIES OF LOVE (THE RED-LIGHT MIX) LA Mix, A&M 12in
81 — TELL ME THAT YOU’LL WAIT Culture Beat, Columbia 12in white label
82 27 SUMMERS MAGIC (UNIT MIX) Mark Summers, 4&B’way 12in
83 — ALRIGHT (ORIGINAL MIX) Urban Soul, Cooltempo 12in promo
84 77 SHARE (CLUB) Jomanda, Giant 12in
85 65 OWNLEE EUE (POKA DELLIE MIX) Kwamé And A New Beginning, Atlantic 12in
86 — LITTLE GHETTO BOY (REMIX)/NOTHING HAS CHANGED (ALL ABOARD MIX) Galliano, Talkin Loud 12in promo
87 76 MINDSONG Tomas, WARP 12in promo
88 89 STILL SOMETHING SPECIAL/KISSAWAY/JUNGLE EVER (FRANKIE KNUCKLES MIX) Wop Bop, Ten 12in white label
89 REACH OUT (PUMPHOUSE LIBERATION MIX) Donna Gardier, Pumphouse/Virgin 12in
90 re FACTS OF LIFE (BLEEPER MIX) Bass Culture, Industrial 12in promo
91 61 MORE THAN I KNOW/NOT FORGOTTEN (REMIX) Leftfield, Outer Rhythm 12in
92 58 MR SANDMAN (EXTENDED CLUB MIX) Three Times Dope, Citybeat 12in
93 49 IN WONDER (BUTLER & WALSH MIXES) Presence, Reality 12in
94 64 YOU USED TO SALSA Richie Rich’s Salsa House featuring Ralphi Rosario, ffrr 12in promo
95 59 MY HOUSE IS YOUR HOUSE Break Boys, US 4th Floor 12in
96 45 KEEP YOUR LOVE (CHERRY PIE MIX) New Life, A&M PM 12in promo
97 — SAME SONG (CJ’S MIX) Digital Underground, Big Life 12in promo
98 re OBEY THE RULES OF THE NIGHT Heavy Shift, C.T. 12in promo
99 — ESQ/SLAVES Rum & Black, Shut Up And Dance 12in
100 66 POSITIVE (MELLOW MIX), Working Week Ten 12in

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