Wa Wa Nee’s 1986 12″ release of “Sugar Free” features an extended mix and extended dub, remixed by Phil Harding for PWL. It was their only Top 40 hit.
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This 12″ release from Gregory “Shake You Down” Abbott features extended, single and instrumental versions of “I Got The Feelin’ (It’s Over)”.
This promo 12″ from Rick James features 12″ and instrumental versions of “Forever And A Day” from ‘The Flag’ album of 1986.
Here’s a UK promo 12″ from The Jets featuring “You Got It All”, a Mixdoctor megamix by Les Adams and “Heart On The Line” from their self-titled debut album.
The 7″ of “Private Number” by The Jets features an edit version of the title track and a non-album b-side, “Look, No Strings”, co-written by Boy George.
This German 12″ release from Nik Kershaw features an Extended Mix of “Radio Musicola” that was remixed by Bryan “Chuck” New.
This promo 12″ release from Blake & Hines features 12″, 7″ and Dub versions of their track “Sherry” along with “Movie Queen” from their 1986 self-titled LP.
The 12″ release of Charlie Sexton’s “Beat’s So Lonely” features François Kevorkian and Michael Hutchinson’s Beat The Lonely Monster Mix and Monster Dub.
This 12″ promo of “Talk To Me” from Chico Debarge features a 12″ version remixed by Skip Drinkwater and Paul Fox along with LP and edit versions.
This 1986 double vinyl 12″ of Jeff Lorber’s “Facts Of Love” features Karyn White on vocals with remixes by Victor Flores and Jeff Lorber.
The “Man Size Love” 12″ from Klymaxx features remixes by Louil Silas, Jr. and Bruce Swedien, along with an instrumental cut.
Peter Gabriel’s 12″ release of “Big Time” features Tom Lord Alge’s Dance Mix and Jason Corsaro’s Special Mix of “In Your Eyes”.
“Temporary Love Thing” was the first single from Full Force’s 1986 album ‘Full Force Get Busy 1 Time’. It was a #12 hit on the R&B charts.
“Private Number” was The Jets’ third single release and reached #28 on the R&B singles chart in 1986. The remixes on this 12″ were by Louil Silas, Jr.
“Crush On You” was The Jets’ first Pop Top 40 hit, reaching #3 on the Hot 100. The 12″ releases features remixes by Louil Silas, Jr.
This vinyl rip of the Japanese 7″ release of Sheila E.’s “Love On A Blue Train” is the only source for the Single Edit version. It was released in 1986.
The “Anotherloverholenyohead” 12″ from Prince features the vinyl only extended version on the a-side with the LP Version of “Girls & Boys” on the flip.
“Sweetheart” was written by Rainy Davis and originally submitted for Janet Jackson to use on the ‘Control’ album. This 12″ contains mixes by Tony Humphries.
“Foolish Pride” was written by Daryl Hall and produced by Hall, David A. Stewart and Tom “T-Bone” Wolk. Remix on this 12″ vinyl rip by Shep Pettibone.
The last album Kim Carnes recorded and released on the EMI America Records label was ‘Light House’ in 1986. The only single to chart from the album was “Divided Hearts” and it failed to make the top 40. A promo was issued for club play that featured remixes by Rusty Garner and Paul Sabu whose tagline on all their remix credits is “An Endless Music Mix”.
The ‘Action Replay’ EP from 1986 was released in the US and Canada in support of the single “No One Is To Blame” from the Howard Jones LP ‘Dream Into Action’. The EP contained remixes and tracks that had previously been released only in the UK. In 2011 the UK trumped North America by reissuing the EP on CD. It has never been released in the US on CD.
The US 12″ release of Midnight Star’s “Headlines” features an 11:27 Instrumental Dub and an edited Vocal version that clocks in at 4:18.
“Don’t Think About It” was One Way’s first single off their 9th album entitled ‘IX’. This track was remixed for single release by Louil Silas, Jr.
Robert Palmer’s cover of Cherrelle’s “I Didn’t Mean To Turn You On” is featured on this promo 12″ with remixes by Bruce Forest.