This German 12″ features Mayte’s cover of Mr. Mister’s “Broken Wings”. Remixes presented here are the Groovy Extended Mix and the vinyl only Ambient Mix.
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“Sex Or Love” was the first track on Sue Ann Carwell’s 1992 album ‘Painkiller’. This promo 12″ features the 12″ Extended Vocal Version.
This 12″ promo from Sue Ann Carwell features remixes of her 1992 release “7 Days, 7 Nights”. Carwell was co-writer of the track produced by Laney Stewart.
“Qualified” was Lois Lane’s first single from the album ‘Precious’. Prince and Kirk Johnson are credited with lyrics, music, production and arrangement.
Prince’s 7 12″ release features the “After 6 Long Version” and “Acoustic Version” along with “After 6 Edit” and “Album Edit”, credited to Keith “KC” Cohen.
The “My Name Is Prince” 12″ featured the 12″ Club Mix, House Mix, Original Mix Edit and Hard Core 12″ Mix plus the “Sexy M.F. (12″ Mix)”.
Sir Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby Got Back” topped the Billboard Hot 100 for 5 weeks in 1992. This two record promo 12″ features 7 different versions of “Baby Got Back” along with a couple of non-album tracks.
The best selling single from Prince’s “Symbol” album of 1992 was “7”. This UK 7″ single includes an acoustic version as the b-side.
The second single from Prince’s “Symbol” album was “My Name Is Prince” a Top 40 single in 1992. The b-side is “Sexy Mutha” a clean edit of “Sexy MF”
“Sexy MF” was the lead single from Prince’s “Symbol” album of 1992. The single was released Jun 30, 1992 with “Strollin'” as the b-side.
Prince’s final single release from ‘Diamonds & Pearls’ in the US was “Money Don’t Matter 2 Night”. This UK 7″ single featured “Call The Law” on the b-side.
This UK 12″ from Joe Public features remixes of “Live And Learn” by George Karras, George Tashiro and Lionel Job. It was their only US Top 40 hit.
This 2-record promo 12″ release of “The Best Things In Life Are Free” features remixes by David Morales, Frankie Knuckles, and CJ Mackintosh.
What we are looking at is good and evil, right and wrong. A new world order.
A new world order, A new world order, A new world order, We’re not about to make that same mistakes right.
What it is fellow babies? Once again, here’s that lil’ ole band from Texas…
Here’s a UK 12″ single from David Sanborn’s 1992 LP ‘Upfront’. Remixes on this record were done by the Eezee Life Posse. I looked them up on Discogs, this is the only record credited to them and Google didn’t turn up anything either. Anyone got the scoop on the Posse?
A tune written by the late Billie Rae Calvin that was originally recorded and released as a single by Rose Royce in 1978. The Rose Royce version did not crack the Hot 100 in the US but, reached #3 on the UK pop charts. On their third LP, ‘Here It Is’, The Cover Girls recorded the song and released it as a single that surpassed the original version in chart success. This time around, it was more successful in the US than the UK, going Top 10 in the US and Top 40 in the UK.
Once more into the pop-rock remix vein before the week closes out. This Scottish alt-rock band formed around the mid-80s and stayed together, releasing 4 albums of original material, into the mid-90s. I first remember “hearing” this song when I saw the video on MTV in 1992. For those of you unfamiliar, MTV used to be a Music Television channel that showed music videos around the clock. It was a very innovative and cool concept. Alas, it no longer exists.
The third of three singles released from ‘Martika’s Kitchen’ that featured involvement from Prince is “Spirit”. It was a promo only release in the UK with one remix per side. It is our second spotting of D-Mob’s Dancin’ Danny D this month as a remixer. Since it only contained remixes for club play, there was no chart action for “Spirit”.
Tevin Campbell’s “Round and Round” was written by Prince and appeared on the ‘Graffiti Bridge’ album. The remixes on this UK 12″ are by Junior Vasquez.
A very small amount of Prince’s “51 Hours” 12″ records were pressed and it remains officially unreleased. You can listen to a vinyl rip at Fun With Vinyl.
When I’m sleep at night babaa, I feel those moments of ecstasy, When you sleep at night babaa… I wonder do I creep into your dreams, Or could it be I sleep alone in my fantasy.
At the 1992 Billboard Music Video Conference, Carmen Electra’s “Everybody Get On Up” was one of the Top 5 most requested clips.