This 2006 promo 12″ release for Kelis’ “F Them” features the Main mix and an Instrumental cut. Both tracks are repeated on the b-side.
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Full Force wrote and produced Samantha Fox’s 1988 release “I Wanna Have Some Fun”. The 12″ features remixes by Full Force and Tony Maserati.
“Wishing (If I Had A Photograph Of You)” by A Flock Of Seagulls from a 1982 UK 12″ featuring long and short versions plus the non-album track “Committed”.
This 12″ vinyl rip of Billy Ocean’s “Mystery Lady” features a remix by Nigel Green and long versions of “European Queen” and “African Queen” on the b-side.
Billy Ocean scored a massive hit single in 1984 with “Caribbean Queen,” a track that shot to the top of the U.S. pop chart and went Top 10 in the U.K.
Friends, How many of us have them? Friends, Ones we can depend on, Friends, How many of us have them? Friends, Before we go any further, let’s be, Friends.
Why don’t you be my girlfriend, I’ll treat you good (I’ll treat you good girl), I know you hear your friends when they say you should, ‘Cause if you were my girlfriend, I’d be your shining star, The one to show you where you are, Girl you should be my girlfriend.
The A Side: Naughty Girls (Need Love Too) (Special Extended Mix) 5:52 Naughty Girls (Need Love Too) (Full Force Naughty House Mix) 6:34 Naughty Girls (Need Love Too) (Single Edit) 4:20 The B Side: I Surrender (To The Spirit Of The Night) (Extended Remix) 6:35 I Surrender (To The Spirit Of The Night) (Single Edit) […]
The A Side: A Nightmare On My Street (Extended Version) 6:08 A Nightmare On My Street (Single Version) 4:53 The B Side: Rhythm Tracks – House Party Style 4:40 A Nightmare On My Street (Instrumental) 6:08 The Brief: Happy Halloween all you ghosts and goblins out there! Here’s a 12″ from a not-so-quite-frightening rap duo… […]
The A Side: Wild, Wild West (Special Extended Re-mix) 5:32 Wild, Wild West (Single Edit) 4:10 The B Side: Wild, Wild West (Instrumental) 5:00 Suckers 4:42 The Brief: A third single from Kool Moe Dee’s ‘How Ya Like Me Now’ LP was “Wild, Wild West” and it was the highest charting single from the album. […]
The A Side: How Ya Like Me Now (Extended Mix) 6:19 How Ya Like Me Now (Single Edit) 3:55 The B Side: How Ya Like Me Now (Album Mix) 5:01 How Ya Like Me Now (Instrumental) 5:01 The Brief: The title track of Kool Moe Dee’s second album was released as a single with an […]
The A Side: No Respect (Extended Version) 5:15 No Respect (Single Edit) 4:14 The B Side: Let’s Go 5:21 No Respect (Instrumental) 4:46 The Brief: I didn’t buy this record for the A Side. I bought it for the non-album track “Let’s Go” which was an answer track in the ongoing “battle” between Kool Moe […]
The A Side: Girls Ain’t Nothing But Trouble (1988 Extended ReMix) 4:50 Girls Ain’t Nothing But Trouble (1988 Single Version) 4:39 Girls Ain’t Nothing But Trouble (1988 Instrumental Version) 4:39 The B Side: Brand New Funk (Extended Remix) 4:48 Brand New Funk (Live at Nassau Coliseum) 4:36 Brand New Funk (Single Exdit) 4:03 Brand New […]
The A Side: Parents Just Don’t Understand (Extended Mix) 5:35 Parents Just Don’t Understand (Single Edit) 5:12 The B Side: Parents Just Don’t Understand (Instrumental) 5:35 Live At Union Square, November 1986 4:03 The Brief: “Parents Just Don’t Understand” was the lead single from rap music’s first double-vinyl LP release ‘He’s the DJ, I’m the […]
The A Side: Go See The Doctor (Uncensored Version) 3:57 Go See The Doctor (Almost Clean Version) 3:57 The B Side: Monster Crack (Street Mix) 5:27 Monster Crack (Radio Edit) 3:50 The Brief: Kool Moe Dee was an original member of the influential group the Treacherous Three. In 1985 the group parted ways and Moe […]
The A Side: The Haunted House Of Rock (Extended Version) 6:33 The Haunted House Of Rock (Haunted Mix) 4:29 The B Side: The Haunted House Of Rock (Vocoder Version) 5:27 The Haunted House Of Rock (Acappella) 1:50 The Brief: HAPPY HALLOWEEN! Figured I would put up a Halloween “themed” song today for all you ghosts […]
Billy Ocean’s “Get Outta My Dreams, Get into My Car” was the Hot Shot Debut song of the week on 2/13/88. Ocean eventually spent 2 weeks in the #1 spot on the Hot 100 and reached #1 on the Hot Black Singles chart as well.
“Loverboy” was the second single from Billy Ocean’s ‘Suddenly’ LP and reached #1 on the Billboard Hot Dance/Disco chart on February 9, 1985. It was the Highest Debut song of the week when it entered the Billboard Hot 100 on December 1, 1984.