In The Name of Love '88 (Extended Remix) - Thompson Twins


In The Name of Love '88 (Extended Remix) (1988) (5'22) - Thompson Twins.
Written by Tom Bailey, Joe Leeway, Alannah Currie, John Roog, Chris Bell, Peter Dodd, and Matthew Seligman.
Produced by Steve Lillywhite.
Additional Production by Shep Pettibone for Mastermix Productions.
Mixed by Shep Pettibone and Steve Peck.
(P) 1982, 1988 BMG / Arista Records Ltd.

N.B. In The Name of Love '88 (Extended Remix) is the same mix as In The Name of Love '88 (Shep Pettibone Remix) (1988) (5'22) - Thompson Twins that may be found elsewhere on this blog.

In The Name of Love '88 (Extended Remix) is a late 80s remix by Shep Pettibone and Steve Peck of In The Name of Love, a song first released as a single by The Thompson Twins in 1982.

In The Name of Love '88 (Extended Remix) appears on Side 2 of the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of In The Name of Love '88, Cat. No. ADI-9731.

Track listing for the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of In The Name of Love '88 released in 1988 on Arista Records. Cat. No. ADI-9731:

Side 1

1. In The Name of Love '88 (Railroad Mix) / 6'40
2. In The Name of Love '88 (Railroad Dub) / 5'48
3. In The Name of Love '88 (Single Mix) / 3'30

Written by Tom Bailey, Joe Leeway, Alannah Currie, John Roog, Chris Bell, Peter Dodd, and Matthew Seligman.
Produced by Steve Lillywhite.
Additional Production by Shep Pettibone for Mastermix Productions.
Mixed by Shep Pettibone and Steve Peck.
(P) 1982, 1988 BMG / Arista Records Ltd.

Side 2

1. In The Name of Love '88 (Extended Remix) / 5'18
2. In The Name of Love '88 (Dub Mix) / 6'20

Written by Tom Bailey, Joe Leeway, Alannah Currie, John Roog, Chris Bell, Peter Dodd, and Matthew Seligman.
Produced by Steve Lillywhite.
Additional Production by Shep Pettibone for Mastermix Productions.
Mixed by Shep Pettibone and Steve Peck.
(P) 1982, 1988 BMG / Arista Records Ltd.

3. Passion Planet / 3'42

Written by Tom Bailey, Joe Leeway & Alannah Currie.
Produced by Alex Sadkin with Tom Bailey.
(P) 1984, 1988 BMG / Arista Records Ltd.

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Love On Your Side (Long Version) (1983) (7'26) - Thompson Twins.
Love On Your Side (Rap Boy Rap) (1983) (7'26) - Thompson Twins.
The Gap (Extended Version) (1984) (8'34) - Thompson Twins.
You Take Me Up (Club Remix) (1984) (8'29) - Thompson Twins.
You Take Me Up (High Plains Mixer) (1984) (8'29) - Thompson Twins.
You Take Me Up (U.S. 12" Remix) (1984) (8'29) - Thompson Twins.

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You Take Me Up (Club Remix) - Thompson Twins


You Take Me Up (Club Remix) (1984) (8'29) - Thompson Twins.
Written by Tom Bailey, Joe Leeway and Alannah Currie.
Produced by Alex Sadkin with Tom Bailey.
Remix by Francois Kevorkian.
(P) 1984 Arista Records, Inc.

N.B. You Take Me Up (Club Remix) is the same mix as You Take Me Up (High Plains Mixer) (1984) (8'29) - Thompson Twins and You Take Me Up (U.S. 12" Remix) (1984) (8'29) - Thompson Twins that may be found elsewhere on this blog.

You Take Me Up (Club Remix) appears on Side 1 of the promotional U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of You Take Me Up, Cat. No. ADP-9250.

Track listing for the promotional U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of You Take Me Up (Club Remix) released in 1984 on Arista Records. Cat. No. ADP-9250:

Side 1

1. You Take Me Up (Club Remix) / 8'27

Written by Tom Bailey, Joe Leeway and Alannah Currie.
Produced by Alex Sadkin with Tom Bailey.
Mixed by Francois Kevorkian.
(P) 1984 Arista Records, Inc.

Side 2

1. You Take Me Up (Album Version) / 4'23

Written by Tom Bailey, Joe Leeway and Alannah Currie.
Produced by Alex Sadkin with Tom Bailey.
(P) 1984 Arista Records, Inc.

The album version of You Take Me Up appears on Into The Gap, an album first released in 1984.

Track listing for the U.S. vinyl pressing of Into The Gap released in 1984 on Arista Records. Cat. No. AL 8-8200:

Side 1

1. Doctor! Doctor! / 4'38
2. You Take Me Up / 4'23
3. Hold Me Now / 4'42
4. Day After Day / 3'50
5. No Peace For The Wicked / 4'04
Side 2

1. The Gap / 4'43
2. Sister of Mercy / 5'04
3. Storm On The Sea / 5'28
4. Who Can Stop The Rain / 5'17

Produced by Alex Sadkin with Tom Bailey.
(P) 1984 Arista Records, Inc.

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In The Name of Love '88 (Shep Pettibone Remix) (1988) (5'22) - Thompson Twins.
Love On Your Side (Long Version) (1983) (7'26) - Thompson Twins.
Love On Your Side (Rap Boy Rap) (1983) (7'26) - Thompson Twins.
The Gap (Club Remix Version) (1984) (8'34) - Thompson Twins.
The Gap (Extended Version) (1984) (8'34) - Thompson Twins.

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of "You Take Me Up". Arista Records. Cat. No.
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Il Veliero (Original 12" Mix) - The Chaplin Band


Il Veliero (Original 12" Mix) (1982) (11'59) - The Chaplin Band.
Composed by Mogol (Giulio Rapetti) and Lucio Battisti.
Produced by John Bartels.
(P) 1982 Pierrot Records.

N.B. Il Veliero (Original 12" Mix) is the same mix as Il Veliero (Extended Version) (1982) (11'59) - The Chaplin Band that may be found elsewhere on this blog.

Il Veliero, the sailing boat, is a cover version of song originally released in 1976 by Italian singer-songwriter, Lucio Battisti.

Il Veliero, by The Chaplin Band, appears on the album, Dancing On Townsquare.

Track listing for the Dutch vinyl pressing of Dancing On Townsquare released in 1982 on Pierrot Records. Cat. No. PL-982003:

Side 1

1. Welcome To The Party / 3'42
2. Do Ya' Want My Love / 4'22
3. Angelina / 6'35
4. Dancing On Townsquare / 3'30
5. Gold / 3'20
6. Kicks On Swing / 2'50
Side 2

1. Boogy On The Bebop / 4'30
2. Love Is Just A Moment Away / 4'12
3. Il Veliero / 3'58
4. It's A Miracle / 3'38
5. Tokyorio (Part 1) / 2'40
6. Brother Louis / 3'50

Produced by John Bartels.
(P) 1982 Pierrot Records

Front of record sleeve for Dutch 12" vinyl
pressing of Il Veliero. Pierrot Records. Cat.
No. PD-1282004. Image courtesy of Discogs.com

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Love Plus One (Original 12" Mix) - Haircut 100


Love Plus One (Original 12" Mix) (1982) (5'39) - Haircut 100.
Written by Nick Heyward.
Produced by Bob Sargeant.
(P) & (C) 1982 Arista Records Ltd.

Love Plus One (Original 12" Mix) appears on Side A of the U.K. 12" vinyl pressing of Love Plus One, Cat. No. CLIP 122.

Track listing for the U.K. 12" vinyl pressing of Love Plus One released in 1982 on Arista Records. Cat. No. CLIP 122:

Side A

1. Love Plus One / 5'39

Written by Nick Heyward.
Produced by Bob Sargeant.
(P) & (C) 1982 Arista Records Ltd.

Side B

1. Marine Boy / 4'56

Written by Nick Heyward.
Produced by Bob Sargeant.
(P) & (C) 1982 Arista Records Ltd.

The album version of Love Plus One appears on Pelican West, an album first released in 1982.

Track listing for the US vinyl pressing of Pelican West released in 1982 on Arista Records. Cat. No. AL 8-8035:

Side 1

1. Love Plus One / 3'32
2. Favourite Shirts (Boy Meets Girl) / 3'02
3. Lemon Firebrigade / 3'54
4. Marine Boy / 3'33
5. Milk Film / 2'52
6. Kingsize (You're My Little Steam Whistle) / 4'25
Side 2

1. Fantastic Day / 3'13
2. Baked Bean / 4'04
3. Snow Girl / 2'53
4. Love's Got Me In Triangles / 3'57
5. Surprise Me Again / 3'18
6. Calling Captain Autumn / 3'58

Produced by Bob Sargeant.
(P) 1982 Arista Records, Inc.

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Record label for Side A of UK 12" vinyl pressing
of "Love Plus Love". Arista Records. Cat.
No. CLIP 122. Image courtesy of Discogs.com

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No Parking (On The Dance Floor) (Remix Version) - Midnight Star


No Parking (On The Dance Floor) (Remix Version) (1983) (7'59) - Midnight Star.
Written by Bill Simmons, Bobby Lovelace and Vincent Calloway.
Produced by Reggie Calloway for Mid-Star Productions.
Executive Producer: Dick Griffey.
(P) 1983 Solar Records.

"Excuse Me, Madam. You're Standing Still In A No Parking Zone. If You Don't Get A Move On That Body, I'll Be Forced To Give You A Ticket"...

No Parking (On The Dance Floor) (Remix Version) appears on Side A of the promotional U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of No Parking (On The Dance Floor), Cat. No. ED 4970.

Track listing for the promotional U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of No Parking (On The Dance Floor) released in 1983 on Solar. Cat. No. ED 4970:

Side A

1. No Parking (On The Dance Floor) (Remix Version) / 7'51

Written by Bill Simmons, Bobby Lovelace and Vincent Calloway.
Produced by Reggie Calloway for Mid-Star Productions.
Executive Producer: Dick Griffey.
(P) 1983 Solar Records.

Side B

1. No Parking (On The Dance Floor) (Remix Version) / 7'51

Written by Bill Simmons, Bobby Lovelace and Vincent Calloway.
Produced by Reggie Calloway for Mid-Star Productions.
Executive Producer: Dick Griffey.
(P) 1983 Solar Records.

The album version of No Parking (On The Dancefloor) appears on the album of the same name first released in 1983.

Track listing for the U.S. vinyl pressing of No Parking (On The Dancefloor) released in 1983 on Solar Records. Cat. No. 60241-1:

Side 1

1. Electricity / 6'58
2. Night Rider / 4'40
3. Feels So Good / 4'23
4. Wet My Whistle / 5'06
Side 2

1. No Parking (On The Dancefloor) / 4'27
2. Freak-A-Zoid / 8'06
3. Slow Jam / 4'17
4. Playmates / 4'10

(P) 1983 Solar Records.

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vinyl pressing of "No Parking (On The Dancefloor)
(Remix Version)". Solar Records. Cat. No. ED
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The Glamorous Life (Club Edit) - Sheila E.


The Glamorous Life (Club Edit) (1984) (6'34) - Sheila E.
Written Prince.
Directed by Sheila E. and The Starr * Company.
(P) 1984 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S.

The Glamorous Life is the title track of Sheila E's debut album. Written by Prince, the song was "directed" by Sheila E. and The Starr Company. The song had been ear-marked for female vocal trio, Apollonia 6, an outfit assembled by Prince after the demise of Vanity 6, a female trio he put together in the early 80s, comprising of Brenda Bennett, Susan Moonsie and Denise Matthews. However, the plan to have Apollonia 6 record The Glamorous Life was abandoned after Prince found out that Apollonia Kotero, the lead singer of the group, had no intentions in remaining with the group once her contractual obligations tied to her role in the 1984 movie, Purple Rain, had been fulfilled. Prince instead offered the song to Sheila E. who had previously appeared with him on a non-album track he produced and released called Erotic City.

The Glamorous Life was released as a single in June 1984 and was a Top 10 hit on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at No. 7. The song removed Breakin'... There's No Stopping Us by Ollie & Jerry from the top spot on the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart in mid-August of '84, and for just one week, The Glamourous Life was at No. 1.

The song was nominated for Best R&B Song of the year at the 27th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony held on February 26, 1985 at Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, but lost out to another Prince composition, I Feel For You by Chaka Khan.

The Glamorous Life (Club Edit) appears on Side 1 of the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of The Glamorous Life, Cat. No. 0-2025 1.

Track listing for the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of The Glamorous Life released in 1984 on Warner Bros. Records. Cat. No. 0-2025 1:

Side 1

1. The Glamorous Life (Club Edit) / 6'33

Written Prince.
Directed by Sheila E. and The Starr * Company.
(P) 1984 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S.

Side 2

1. The Glamorous Life Pt. II / 3'12

Written Prince.
Directed by Sheila E. and The Starr * Company.
(P) 1984 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S.

The album version of The Glamorous Life appears on The Glamorous Life, the debut album from Sheila E. first released in 1984.

Track listing for the U.S. vinyl pressing of The Glamorous Life released in 1984 on Warner Bros. Records. Cat. No. 1-25107:

Side 1

1. The Belle of St. Mark / 5'08
2. Shortberry Strawcake / 4'44
3. Noon Rendezvous / 3'50
Side 2

1. Oliver's House / 6'20
2. Next Time Wipe The Lipstick Off Your Collar / 3'50
3. The Glamorous Life / 8'58

Directed by Sheila E and The Starr * Company.
(C) 1984 Warner Bros. Records Inc.
(P) 1984 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S.

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Front of record sleeve for US 12" vinyl pressing
of "The Glamorous Life". Warner Bros. Records.
Cat. No. 0-2025 1. Image courtesy of Discogs.com

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Sugar Walls (Dance Mix) - Sheena Easton


Sugar Walls (Dance Mix) (1984) (7'02) - Sheena Easton.
Written by Alexander Nevermind, aka, Prince.
Produced by Greg Mathieson and Alexander Nevermind.
Remixed by Rusty Garner.
Remix Engineer: David Leonard.
(P) 1984 EMI Records Ltd.

"You Can't Fight Passion, When Passion Is Hot"...

Sugar Walls is a song written and co-produced by Alexander Nevermind, aka, Prince. First released in 1984, Sugar Walls is the second song released as a single from the 1984 album A Private Heaven, an album that features a cover version of Love and Affection, a ballad written and originally recorded by Joan Armatrading in the 70's.

Sugar Walls was a Top 10 hit in the US, peaking at No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and it topped the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart for 1 week in February, 1985.

Sugar Walls (Dance Mix) appears on Side 1 of the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of Sugar Walls, Cat. No. V-7582.

Track listing for the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of released in 1984 on EMI-America. Cat. No. V-7582:

Side 1

1. Sugar Walls (Dance Mix) / 7'01

Written by Alexander Nevermind, aka, Prince.
Produced by Greg Mathieson and Alexander Nevermind.
Remixed by Rusty Garner.
Remix Engineer: David Leonard.
(P) 1984 EMI Records Ltd.

Side 2

1. Sugar Walls (Red Mix) / 5'26

Written by Alexander Nevermind, aka, Prince.
Produced by Greg Mathieson and Alexander Nevermind.
Remixed by Rusty Garner.
Remix Engineer: David Leonard.
(P) 1984 EMI Records Ltd.

The album version of Sugar Walls appears on A Private Heaven, an album first released in 1984.

Track listing for the US vinyl pressing of A Private Heaven released in 1984 on EMI-America. Cat. No. ST-17132:

Side 1

1. Strut / 4'10
2. Sugar Walls / 3'59
3. Hungry Eyes / 3'40
4. Hard To Say It's Over / 4'24
5. Swear / 3'39
Side 2

1. Love And Affection / 4'05
2. Back In The City / 3'45
3. You Make Me Nervous / 3'52
4. All By Myself / 4'23
5. Double Standard / 3'48

Produced and Arranged by Greg Mathieson.
(P) 1984 EMI Records Ltd.

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Front of record sleeve for US 12" vinyl pressing
of "Sugar Walls". EMI-America. Cat. No.
V-7582. Image courtesy of Discogs.com

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Higher Love (Remix) - Steve Winwood


Higher Love (Remix) (1986) (7'43) - Steve Winwood.
Written by Steve Winwood and Will Jennings.
Produced by Russ Titleman and Steve Winwood.
Engineered by Tom Lord-Alge and Jason Corsaro.
Remixed by Tom Lord-Alge.
Additional Editing by Malcolm Pollack.
(P) 1986 Island Records.

"Think About It, There Must Be Higher Love, Down In The Heart or Hidden In The Stars Above"...

Higher Love was the lead single from Steve Winwood's 4th studio album, Back In The High Life, and featured the vocal talents of Chaka Khan who also appeared in the promotional video for the song. The synthesizer horns and synth horn arrangement were provided by David Frank from The System, and the rhythm guitar was provided by Nile Rodgers.

The song was a huge success topping the US Billboard Hot 100 chart for 1 week and the US Billboard Album Rock Tracks chart for 4 weeks. The song also garnered 2 Grammy Awards for Beat Male Pop Vocal Performance and Record of The Year.

Higher Love (Remix) appears on Side A of the U.K. 12" vinyl pressing of Higher Love, Cat. No. 12 IS 288.

Track listing for the U.K. 12" vinyl pressing of Higher Love released in 1986 on Island Records. Cat. No. 12 IS 288:

Side A

1. Higher Love (Remix) / 7'45

Written by Steve Winwood and Will Jennings.
Produced by Russ Titleman and Steve Winwood.
Engineered by Tom Lord-Alge and Jason Corsaro.
Remixed by Tom Lord-Alge.
Additional Editing by Malcolm Pollack.
(P) 1986 Island Records.

Side B

1. Higher Love (Instrumental) / 6'05

Written by Steve Winwood and Will Jennings.
Produced by Russ Titleman and Steve Winwood.
Engineered by Tom Lord-Alge and Jason Corsaro.
Remixed by Tom Lord-Alge.
(P) 1986 Island Records.

2. And I Go / 4'12

Written by Steve Winwood and Will Jennings.
Produced by Steve Winwood for F.S. Music Ltd.
(P) 1986 Island Records.

The album version of Higher Love appears on Back In The High Life, an album first released in 1986.

Track listing for the US vinyl pressing of Back In The High Life released in 1986 on Island Records. Cat. No. 1-25448:

Side 1

1. Higher Love / 5'45
2. Take It As It Comes / 5'20
3. Freedom Overspill / 5'33
4. Back In The High Life Again 5'33
Side 2

1. The Finer Things / 5'47
2. Wake Me Up On Judgement Day / 5'48
3. Split Decision / 5'58
4. My Love's Leavin' / 5'19

Produced by Russ Titelman & Steve Winwood.
Engineered by Tom Lord-Alge & Jason Corsaro.
Mixed by Tom Lord-Alge.
(P) & (C) 1986 Island Records, Inc.

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Front of record sleeve for UK 12" vinyl pressing
of "Higher Love (Remix)". Island Records. Cat.
No. 12 IS 288. Image courtesy of Discogs.com

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What's On Your Mind (Pure Energy) (12" Club Mix) - Information Society


What's On Your Mind (Pure Energy) (12" Club Mix) (1988) (8'01) - Information Society.
Written by P. Robb and K. Valaquen.
Produced by Fred Maher.
Arranged and Programmed by Paul Robb and Fred Maher.
Mixed by 'Little' Louie Vega for Small Wonders Productions, Inc. and by Roman Ricardo for AM-PM Productions.
Mix Engineer: Hugo Dwyer.
Edited by The Latin Rascals for Latin Rascals Productions, Inc.
Keyboard Overdubs: Andy Marvel.
Recorded at Platinum Island, NYC.
Mixed at Soundtrack Studios, NYC.
Mastered by Herb Powers, Jr. at Frankford Wayne, NYC.
Excerpts from Star Trek copyright by Paramount Pictures.
(P) & (C) 1988 Tommy Boy Music, Inc.

"I Want To Know What You're Thinking, There Are Some Things You Can't Hide"...

What's On Your Mind (Pure Energy) is a song first released as a single in 1988 on Tommy Boy Music. It peaked at No. 1 on the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart for 2 weeks in July '88 - It also peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in October '88.

The pure energy refrain is a sample of a comment made by Mr. Spock, played by Leonard Nimoy, in an episode of Star Trek called Errand of Mercy first broadcast on 23 March 1967.

What's On Your Mind (Pure Energy) (12" Club Mix) appears on Side A of the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of What's On Your Mind (Pure Energy), Cat. No. TB 911.

Track listing for the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of What's On Your Mind (Pure Energy) released in 1988 on Tommy Boy Records. Cat. No. TB 911:

Side A

1. Club Mix / 8'00
2. The 54 Mix / 5'12
3. Percappella / 4'09

Written by P. Robb & K. Valaquen.
Produced by Fred Maher.
Arranged and Programmed by Paul Robb & Fred Maher.
Mixed by 'Little' Louie Vega for Small Wonders Productions, Inc. & by Roman Ricardo for AM-PM Productions.
Mix Engineer: Hugo Dwyer.
Edited by The Latin Rascals for Latin Rascals Productions, Inc.
Keyboard Overdubs: Andy Marvel.
Recorded at Platinum Island, NYC.
Mixed at Soundtrack Studios, NYC.
Mastered by Herb Powers, Jr. at Frankford Wayne, NYC.
Excerpts from Star Trek copyright by Paramount Pictures.
(P) & (C) 1988 Tommy Boy Music, Inc.

Side B

1. Pure Energy Mix / 4'33
2. What's On Your Dub Mix / 6'22 *

Written by P. Robb & K. Valaquen.
Produced by Fred Maher.
Arranged and Programmed by Paul Robb & Fred Maher.
Mixed by Roey Shamir & Fred Maher.
Mix Engineer: Roey Shamir.
* Mixed by Paul Robb & Fred Maher.
* Edits by Chep Nunez for S.O.S. Productions.
Recorded at Platinum Island, NYC.
Mixed at Soundtrack Studios, NYC.
Mastered by Herb Powers, Jr. at Frankford Wayne, NYC.
Excerpts from Star Trek copyright by Paramount Pictures.
(P) & (C) 1988 Tommy Boy Music, Inc.

The album version of What's On Your Mind (Pure Energy) appears on Information Society, the eponymous album first released in 1988.

Track listing for the US vinyl pressing of Information Society released in 1988 on Tommy Boy. Cat. No. TBLP 25691:

Software

1. What's On Your Mind (Pure Energy) / 4'33
2. Tomorrow / 4'08
3. Lay All Your Love On Me / 3'39
4. Repetition / 4'32
5. Walking Away / 5'01
Hardware

1. Over The Sea / 3'53
2. Attitude / 4'11
3. Something In The Air / 4'53
4. Running / 7'41 *
5. Make It Funky / 1'11

(P) & (C) 1988 Tommy Boy Music, Inc. except * (P) 1985.

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Running (12" Vocal Remix) - Information Society


Running (12" Vocal Remix) (1986) (7'43) - Information Society.
Written by Paul Schwitters and Murat Konar.
Produced and Arranged by Paul Schwitters for Wide Angle Productions.
Remixed by Joey Gardner and "Little" Louie Vega.
Edited by The Latin Rascals.
Mix Engineers: Eric Calvi and Jon Smith.
Recording Engineer: "Chopper" Black.
Mixed at Tommy Boy, NYC.
Mastered by Herb Powers, Jr. at Frankford Wayne, NYC.
(C) & (P) 1986 Tommy Boy Music, Inc.

Running is a song from the Information Society's debut album for Wide Angle Creatures of Influence. Released as a single in 1985, Running became a club favourite. A year later, the group signed for Tom Silverman's Tommy Boy Records. The track was remixed for single release by Joey Gardner and "Little" Louie Vega. This mix, What's On Your Mind (Pure Energy) and a cover of the ABBA Pop classic Lay All Your Love On Me feature on the group's self-titled debut album for Tommy Boy originally released in 1988 (the track listing is below).

Track listing for the US vinyl pressing of Information Society released in 1988 on Tommy Boy. Cat. No. TBLP 25691:

Software

1. What's On Your Mind (Pure Energy) / 4'33
2. Tomorrow / 4'08
3. Lay All Your Love On Me / 3'39
4. Repetition / 4'32
5. Walking Away / 5'01
Hardware

1. Over The Sea / 3'53
2. Attitude / 4'11
3. Something In The Air / 4'53
4. Running / 7'41 *
5. Make It Funky / 1'11

(P) & (C) 1988 Tommy Boy Music, Inc. except * (P) 1985.

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Monkey (A Cappella) - George Michael


Monkey (A Cappella) (1988) (3'46) - George Michael.
Produced by George Michael, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.
Engineered by Steve Hodge & Chris Porter.
Mixed by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.
Written and Arranged by George Michael.
Additional Arrangement by Steve Hodge.
(P) 1987 CBS Records.

Monkey was released as a single in 1988 and became George Michael's 4th consecutive No. 1 hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart... It peaked at No. 13 on the UK Singles chart.

Remixed for single release by Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, the track was also George Michael's first record to top the US Billboard Hot Club Play chart.

The original version of Monkey appears on George Michael's debut solo album, Faith.

Track listing for the original US vinyl pressing of Faith, released in 1988 on Columbia Records. Cat. No. C 40867.

Side 1

1. Faith / 3'15
2. Father Figure / 5'36
3. I Want Your Sex (Parts 1 & 2) / 9'13
4. One More Try / 5'50
Side 2

1. Hard Day / 4'47
2. Hand To Mouth / 4'35
3. Look At Your Hands / 4'35
4. Monkey / 5'04
5. Kissing A Fool / 4'34

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Front of record sleeve of original US 12" vinyl
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I Owe You Nothing (Shep Pettibone Mix) - Bros.


I Owe You Nothing (Shep Pettibone Mix) (1988) (6'22) - Bros.
Produced by Nicky Graham.
Mixed Shep Pettibone for Mastermix Productions.
Mix Engineer: Steve Peck.
(P) 1988 CBS Records.

I Owe You Nothing is the title of the debut single by Bros first released in the U.K. in 1987.

I Owe You Nothing (Shep Pettibone Mix) appears on Side 2 of the promotional U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of I Owe You Nothing, Cat. No. EAS 1275.

Track listing for the promotional U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of I Owe You Nothing released in 1988 on Epic Records. Cat. No. EAS 1275:

Side 1

1. I Owe You Nothing 12" Vocal (Shep Pettibone Remix) / 7'29
2. I Owe You Nothing 12" Dub Mix / 6'34

Written by The Brothers, aka, Nicky Graham and Tom Watkins.
Produced by Nicky Graham.
Additional Production & Remix by Shep Pettibone for Mastermix Productions.
Engineered by Doc Dougherty.
Edited by Tuta Aquino.
(P) 1988 CBS Records.

Side 2

1. I Owe You Nothing 12" (The Shep Pettibone Mix) / 6'34
2. I Owe You Nothing (Pettibeats) / 3'47

Written by The Brothers, aka, Nicky Graham and Tom Watkins.
Produced by Nicky Graham.
Mixed Shep Pettibone for Mastermix Productions.
Mix Engineer: Steve Peck.
(P) 1988 CBS Records.

The album version of I Owe You Nothing appears on Push, debut album by Bros. first released in 1988.

Track listing for the U.S. vinyl pressing of Push released in 1988 on Epic Records. Cat. No. E 44285:

Side A

1. When Will I Be Famous? / 4'59
2. Drop The Boy / 4'07
3. Ten Out of Ten / 4'06
4. Liar / 3'42
5. Love To Hate You / 5'17
Side B

1. I Owe You Nothing / 3'41 *
2. I Quit / 3'32
3. It's A Jungle Out There / 4'14
4. Shocked / 4'19
5. Cat Among The Pigeons / 4'06

All tracks mixed and produced by Nicky Graham.
* Additional production by Ric Wake.
(P) & (C) 1988 CBS Records.

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Record label for Side 2 of promotional U.S.
12" vinyl pressing of "I Owe You Nothing".
Epic Records. Cat. No. EAS 1275.
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Hearsay '89 (Instrumental) - Alexander O'Neal


Hearsay '89 (Instrumental) (1989) (3'37) - Alexander O'Neal.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
Remix and Additional Production by Keith Cohen.
Edited by Greg "Ski" Royal.
Additional Keyboards by Jeff Lorber.
Executive Producer: Clarence Avant.
(P) & (C) 1989 CBS Records, Inc.

Hearsay '89 (Instrumental) is a late 80s remix by Keith Cohen of Hearsay, a song by Alexander O'Neal first released in 1987.

Hearsay '89 was released as a single on various formats in the UK & Europe.

Track listing for the 4-track compact disc of Hearsay '89 first released in 1989 on Tabu Records. Cat. No. 654667 2:

1. Hearsay '89 (Extended Mix) / 5'15
2. Hearsay '89 / 3'40
3. Hearsay '89 (Instrumental) / 3'40
4. You Were Meant To Be My Lady (Keith Cohen Extended Remix) / 6'44

(P) 1989 CBS Records, Inc.

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Fake (Extended Version) (1987) (5'18) - Alexander O'Neal.
Never Knew Love Like This (Extended Version) (1987) (5'38) - Alexander O'Neal ft. Cherrelle.
The Lovers (Extended Version) (1987) (7'02) - Alexander O'Neal.

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Front of card sleeve for UK 5" CD version of
"Hearsay '89". Tabu / Epic Records. Cat. No.
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Hearsay '89 (Extended Mix) - Alexander O'Neal


Hearsay '89 (Extended Mix) (5'35) - Alexander O'Neal.
Written by James Harris III and Terry Lewis.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc.
Remix and Additional Production by Keith Cohen.
Edited by Greg "Ski" Royal.
Additional Keyboards by Jeff Lorber.
Executive Producer: Clarence Avant.
(P) & (C) 1989 CBS Records, Inc.

N.B. Hearsay '89 (Extended Mix) is the same mix as Hearsay '89 (Keith Cohen Extended Mix) (5'35) - Alexander O'Neal that may be found elsewhere on this blog.

Hearsay '89 (Extended Mix) is a late 80s remix by Keith Cohen of Hearsay, a song by Alexander O'Neal first released in 1987.

Hearsay '89 was released as a single on various formats in the UK & Europe.

Track listing for the 4-track compact disc of Hearsay '89 first released in 1989 on Tabu Records. Cat. No. 654667 2:

1. Hearsay '89 (Extended Mix) / 5'15
2. Hearsay '89 / 3'40
3. Hearsay '89 (Instrumental) / 3'40
4. You Were Meant To Be My Lady (Keith Cohen Extended Remix) / 6'44

(P) 1989 CBS Records, Inc.

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Fake (Extended Version) (1987) (5'18) - Alexander O'Neal.
Never Knew Love Like This (Extended Version) (1987) (5'38) - Alexander O'Neal ft. Cherrelle.
The Lovers (Extended Version) (1987) (7'02) - Alexander O'Neal.

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Front of card sleeve for UK 5" CD version of
"Hearsay '89". Tabu / Epic Records. Cat. No.
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(What Can I Say) To Make You Love Me (Hateful Club Mix) - Alexander O'Neal


(What Can I Say) To Make You Love Me (Hateful Club Mix) (1989) (6'47) - Alexander O'Neal.
Written by James Harris III and Terry Lewis.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions.
Post Production & Remix by Keith Cohen and Steve Beltran.
(P) 1989 CBS Inc.

N.B. (What Can I Say) To Make You Love Me (Hateful Club Mix) is the same mix as (What Can I Say) To Make You Love Me (Keith Cohen Club Mix) (1989) (6'47) - Alexander O'Neal that may be found elsewhere on this blog.

(What Can I Say) To Make You Love Me (Hateful Club Mix) appears on Side A of the promotional U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of (What Can I Say) To Make You Love Me, Cat. No. ZAS 1429.

Track listing for the promotional U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of (What Can I Say) To Make You Love Me released in 1989 on Tabu Records. Cat. No. ZAS 1429:

Side A

1. Hateful Club Mix / 6'47
2. Dance Dub / 5'50
3. Bonus Beats / 3'21

Written by James Harris III and Terry Lewis.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions.
Post Production & Remix by Keith Cohen and Steve Beltran.
(P) 1989 CBS Inc.

Side B

1. Ben Liebrand Remix / 6'41

Written by James Harris III and Terry Lewis.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions.
Post Production & Remix by Ben Liebrand.
(P) 1989 CBS Inc.

2. A Cappella / 3'55

Written by James Harris III and Terry Lewis.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions.
Post Production & Remix by Keith Cohen and Steve Beltran.
(P) 1989 CBS Inc.

The album version of (What Can I Say) To Make You Love Me appears on Hearsay, the second album by Alexander O'Neal first released in 1987.

Track listing for the U.S. vinyl pressing of Hearsay released in 1987 on Tabu Records. Cat. No. Z 40320:

Side 1

1. Intro / 0'35
2. (What Can I Say) To Make You Love Me / 4'25
3. Intro / 0'57
4. Hearsay / 4'01
s
5. Intro / 0'13
6. The Lovers / 4'38
7. Intro / 0'45
8. Fake / 3'56
9. Intro / 0'37
10. Criticize / 4'07
Side 2

1. Intro
2. Never Knew Love Like This (Duet with Cherrelle) / 5'09
3. Interlude / 0'17
4. Sunshine / 5'59
5. Interlude / 0'19
6. Crying Overtime / 4'55
7. Intro / 0'24
8. When The Party's Over / 3'29

(P) 1987 CBS Inc.

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Innocent ('88 Keith Cohen House Mix) (7'59) - Alexander O'Neal.
You Were Meant To Be My Lady ('88 Keith Cohen Extended Remix) (6'44) - Alexander O'Neal.

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Record label for Side A of US promotional 12"
vinyl pressing of "(What Can I Say) To Make
You Love Me". Tabu Records. Cat. No. ZAS
1429. Image courtesy of Discogs.com

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The Lovers (Extended Version) - Alexander O'Neal


The Lovers (Extended Version) (1987) (7'02) - Alexander O'Neal.
Written by James Harris III and Terry Lewis.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions.
Remix by Louil Silas, Jr.
Remix Engineer: Keith Cohen.
Assistant Remix Engineer: Liz Cluse and Pete Arata.
Remixed at Larrabee Sound, West Hollywood, CA.
Additional Production: Jeff Lorber.
(P) 1987 CBS Records Inc.

The Lovers (Extended Version) appears on Side A of the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of The Lovers, Cat. No. 4Z9-07812.

Track listing for the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of The Lovers released in 1987 on Tabu Records. Cat. No. 4Z9-07812:

Side A

1. Extended Version / 7'02
2. Acapella / 5'16

Written by James Harris III and Terry Lewis.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions.
Remix by Louil Silas, Jr.
Remix Engineer: Keith Cohen.
Assistant Remix Engineer: Liz Cluse and Pete Arata.
Remixed at Larrabee Sound, West Hollywood, CA.
Additional Production: Jeff Lorber.
(P) 1987 CBS Records Inc.

Side B

1. Radio Edit / 5'16
2. Instrumental / 7'02

Written by James Harris III and Terry Lewis.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions.
Remix by Louil Silas, Jr.
Remix Engineer: Keith Cohen.
Assistant Remix Engineer: Liz Cluse and Pete Arata.
Remixed at Larrabee Sound, West Hollywood, CA.
Additional Production: Jeff Lorber.
(P) 1987 CBS Records Inc.

The album version of The Lovers appears on Hearsay, the second album by Alexander O'Neal first released in 1987.

Track listing for the U.S. vinyl pressing of Hearsay released in 1987 on Tabu Records. Cat. No. Z 40320:

Side 1

1. Intro / 0'35
2. (What Can I Say) To Make You Love Me / 4'25
3. Intro / 0'57
4. Hearsay / 4'01
5. Intro / 0'13
6. The Lovers / 4'38
7. Intro / 0'45
8. Fake / 3'56
9. Intro / 0'37
10. Criticize / 4'07
Side 2

1. Intro
2. Never Knew Love Like This (Duet with Cherrelle) / 5'09
3. Interlude / 0'17
4. Sunshine / 5'59
5. Interlude / 0'19
6. Crying Overtime / 4'55
7. Intro / 0'24
8. When The Party's Over / 3'29

(P) 1987 CBS Inc.

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Front of record sleeve for US 12" vinyl pressing
of "The Lovers". Tabu Records. Cat. No.
4Z9-07812. Image courtesy of Discogs.com

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Never Knew Love Like This (Extended Version) - Alexander O'Neal ft. Cherrelle


Never Knew Love Like This (Extended Version) (1987) (5'38) - Alexander O'Neal ft. Cherrelle.
Written by James Harris III and Terry Lewis.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions.
(P) 1987 CBS Records, Inc.

Never Knew Love Like This (Extended Version) appears on Side A of the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of Never Knew Love Like This, Cat. No. 4Z9 07539.

Track listing for the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of Never Knew Love Like This released in 1987 on Tabu Records. Cat. No. 4Z9 07539:

Side A

1. Extended Version / 5'40
2. A Cappella / 3'30

Written by James Harris III and Terry Lewis.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions.
(P) 1987 CBS Records, Inc.

Side B

1. Instrumental / 5'25
2. Reprise / 3'30

Written by James Harris III and Terry Lewis.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions.
(P) 1987 CBS Records, Inc.

The album version of Never Knew Love Like This appears on Hearsay, the second album by Alexander O'Neal first released in 1987.

Track listing for the U.S. vinyl pressing of Hearsay released in 1987 on Tabu Records. Cat. No. Z 40320:

Side 1

1. Intro / 0'35
2. (What Can I Say) To Make You Love Me / 4'25
3. Intro / 0'57
4. Hearsay / 4'01
5. Intro / 0'13
6. The Lovers / 4'38
7. Intro / 0'45
8. Fake / 3'56
9. Intro / 0'37
10. Criticize / 4'07
Side 2

1. Intro
2. Never Knew Love Like This (Duet with Cherrelle) / 5'09
3. Interlude / 0'17
4. Sunshine / 5'59
5. Interlude / 0'19
6. Crying Overtime / 4'55
7. Intro / 0'24
8. When The Party's Over / 3'29

(P) 1987 CBS Inc.

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Front of record sleeve for US 12" vinyl pressing
of "Never Knew Love Like This". Tabu Records.
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Fake (Extended Version) - Alexander O'Neal


Fake (Extended Version) (1987) (5'18) - Alexander O'Neal.
Written by James Harris III and Terry Lewis.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions.
(P) 1987 CBS Inc.

N.B. Fake (Extended Version) is the same as Fake (Extended Remix) (1987) (5'18) - Alexander O'Neal that may be found elsewhere on this blog.

Fake (Extended Version) appears on Side 1 of the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of Fake, Cat. No. 4Z9-06788.

Track listing for the U.S. 12" vinyl pressing of Fake released in 1987 on CBS Records. Cat. No. 4Z9-06788:

Side 1

1. Extended Version / 5'20
2. Edit / 3'11

Written by James Harris III and Terry Lewis.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions.
(P) 1987 CBS Inc.

Side 2

1. Patty Mix / 3'10
2. Acapella / 2'20
3. Instrumental / 4'35

Written by James Harris III and Terry Lewis.
Produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis for Flyte Tyme Productions.
(P) 1987 CBS Inc.

The album version of Fake appears on Hearsay, the second album by Alexander O'Neal first released in 1987.

Track listing for the U.S. vinyl pressing of Hearsay released in 1987 on Tabu Records. Cat. No. Z 40320:

Side 1

1. Intro / 0'35
2. (What Can I Say) To Make You Love Me / 4'25
3. Intro / 0'57
4. Hearsay / 4'01
5. Intro / 0'13
6. The Lovers / 4'38
7. Intro / 0'45
8. Fake / 3'56
9. Intro / 0'37
10. Criticize / 4'07
Side 2

1. Intro
2. Never Knew Love Like This (Duet with Cherrelle) / 5'09
3. Interlude / 0'17
4. Sunshine / 5'59
5. Interlude / 0'19
6. Crying Overtime / 4'55
7. Intro / 0'24
8. When The Party's Over / 3'29

(P) 1987 CBS Inc.

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The Lovers (Extended Version) (1987) (7'02) - Alexander O'Neal.

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Front of record sleeve for US 12" vinyl pressing
of "Fake". Tabu Records. Cat. No. 4Z9-06788.
Image courtesy of Discogs.com

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