Sunday, 27 April 2008

M People-1993-Don't look any further [12inch Promo]

M People album "Elegant Slumming" went into the top 5 on release and peaked at #2, remaining on the chart until the following summer and later winning the band a Mercury Music Prize. A further two top 10 singles followed: "Don't look any further" (a cover of the Dennis Edwards classic) in December, and "Renaissance" which was used as the theme tune to the BBC2 show The Living Soap. Promo 12 inch "Don't look any further" is next with three excellent mixes and "La vida loca".

01-Don't look any further (M People Master Mix)
02-Don't look any further (Strip To The Bone Mix)
03-Don't look any further (Danny D Mix)
04-La Vida Loca

Don't look any further just click here!!!!

Bitrate 320
Size 47.7
Vinyl Rip

Thursday, 24 April 2008

Richie Stephens-1993-Body slam [Maxi Cd Promo]

Richard Stephenson, better known as Richie Stephens, born December 5, 1966 in Savanna-la-Mar, Westmorelan, Jamaica, is a R&B, dancehall and reggae singer and producer. In the early 90s Stephens was a part of the 2-time Grammy winning act Soul II Soul and had recorded at Motown, besides producing reggae records on VP and establishing his own label, Pot of Gold. Later that decade he published famed dancehall singles like "Winner", "Bus the Place" and the mock operatic "Slop Dem". Here is promo maxi cd "Body slam" produced by Clifton "Specialist" Dillon and Danny Browne, taken from album "Pot of gold".

01-Body slam (Straight Edit)
02-Body slam (Album Version)

Click here to get body slam!!!!

Bitrate 320
Size 16
Cd Rip

Monday, 21 April 2008

Cypress Hill-1994-Lick a shot [Maxi Cd]

Cypress Hill on rare maxi cd "Lick a shot", with "Scooby Doo" previosly unreleased and two mixes of "I wanna get high" taken from the second album "Black Sunday" released on July 20, 1993. It debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, recording the highest Soundscan for a rap group at the time. The album went double Platinum in the U.S.

01-Lick a shot (Baka Boys Radio Version)
02-I wanna get high (Radio Edit)
03-Scooby Doo
04-I wanna get high (Instrumental)

Click here to get shot!!!

Bitrate 320
Size 28.7
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Wednesday, 16 April 2008

Ace Of Base-1993-The sign [12inch]

In order to freshen up the album for US release, Davis insisted that some new tracks were recorded, including "The Sign" which became the new title for the album and the second American single. It was even more successful than the first, spending six weeks at number 1 becoming the best-selling single of the year 1994. It was also a major hit in Europe, peaking at number 2 in the UK and Sweden and doing one better in Germany. 12 inch "The sign" with three mixes including Dub version.

01-The sign (Radio Edit)
02-The sign (Long Version)
03-The sign (Dub Version)

Click here to get sign!!!

Bitrate 320
Size 29.6
Vinyl Rip

Saturday, 12 April 2008

Bassheads-1992-Back to the old school [Maxi Cd]

Bassheads maxi cd "Back to the old school" with three mixes + "Just the feeling" produced by Bassheads.

01-Back to the old school (Edit)
02-Back to the old school (Original Mix)
03-Back to the old school (In Your Area Mix)
04-Just the feeling

Click here and get back to old school!!!!

Bitrate 320
Size 55.8
Cd Rip

Thursday, 10 April 2008

John Johnson Band-1991-Free [Maxi Cd]

John Johnson Band first and only single "Free" on Maxi Cd with four mixes.

01-Free (Radio Version)
02-Free (Extended Version)
03-Free (Club-Mix)
04-Free (Interlude)

Click here to get Free!!!!

Bitrate 320
Size 37.2
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Monday, 7 April 2008

Alisha Warren-1990-Discover me [Maxi Cd]

Alisha Warren's vocals became a reference and were widely listened; they called the attention of contemporary producers such as Gianfranco Bortolotti (the same man behind Club House, Capella, Anticapella, Sharada House Gang and Mig 29) on a project he had named 49ers - the tune in question was baptised as 'Touch Me' by part of Alisha's vocals "Come On And Touch Me!", in the same year of 1989. Second Alisha Warren single "Discover me" on Maxi cd with two mixes + amour mix "Touch me".

01-Discover me (12 Inch Mix)
02-Touch me (The Amour Mix)
03-Discover me (Accapella)

Click here to discover me!!!!

Bitrate 320
Size 29.2

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Thursday, 3 April 2008

C+C Music Factory-1991-Here we go (The Remixes) [12inch]

"Gonna Make You Sweat" is the first long-player released by David Cole and Robert Clivillés under the name C+C Music Factory. The album was released in the U.S. on December 13th, 1990. The album was released during the rise of house music to commercial acceptance throughout Europe and North America. Following on the success of contemporaries Black Box and Technotronic, Gonna Make You Sweat was a worldwide smash, reaching number two on the Billboard 200. Here we are with second single "Here we go (The Remixes)" on 12inch.

01-Here we go (The Cliveles Cole House Mix) Continuous Play
02-Here we go (The Garage Mix)
03-Here we go (The Red Hot Dub)

04-Here we go (The Reprise)

Here we go for the click!!!

Bitrate 320
Size 47.6
Vinyl Rip