Saturday, 17 August 2019

90s DANCE HITS! - Classic Non-Stop DJ Mix (Various Artists) Eurodance Synth Pop Dance House Classics

01. Haddaway - What Is Love? (1992)
02. Snap! - Rhythm Is A Dancer (1992)
03. Nightcrawlers - Push The Feeling (1992)
04. Bad Boys Blue - Save Your Love (1992)
05. Robin S - Show Me Love (1993)
06. Reel 2 Reel - I Like To Move It (1993)
07. Crystal Waters - 100% Pure Love (1994)
08. Captain Hollywood Project - More And More (1992)
09. M.C. Sar & The Real McCoy - Another Night (1993)
10. The Bucketheads - The Bomb! (1995)
11. Everything But The Girl - Missing (1995)
12. No Mercy - Where Do You Go? (1996)
13. Bizarre Inc - I'm Gonna Get You (1992)
14. Mighty Dub Katz - Magic Carpet Ride (1995)
15. Ruffneck feat Yavahn - Everybody Be Somebody (1995)
16. Tag Team - Whoomp! (There It Is) (1993)
17. Roula - Lick It (1994)
18. 20 Fingers feat Gillette - Short Dick Man (1994)
19. Jocelyn Enriquez - Do You Miss Me (1996)
20. The Outhere Brothers - Boom Boom Boom (1995)
21. DJ Sneak & Fast Eddie - Booty Call (1994)
22. Max-A-Million - Fat Boy (1994)
23. Big Sister - 'Round We Go (1995)
24. Livin' Joy - Dreamer (1994)
25. 3rd Party - Can U Feel It (1996)
26. Gina G - Ooh Aah... Just A Little Bit (1996)
27. Lil Susy - Take Me In Your Arms (1991)
28. 2 Unlimited - Twilight Zone (1992)
29. Culture Beat - Mr Vain (1993)
30. Dr Alban - It's My Life (1992)
31. Amber - This Is Your Night (1996)
32. Rednex - Cotton Eye Joe (1994)
33. Quad City DJ's - C'Mon N' Ride It (The Train) (1996)
34. DJ Miko - What's Up? (1993)
35. Fun Factory - Close To You (1994)
36. Crush - Jellyhead (1996)
37. Aqua - Barbie Girl (1997)
38. La Bouche - Be My Lover (1995)
39. Le Click - Tonight Is The Night (1994)
40. Ace Of Base - Beautiful Life (1995)
41. MC Sar & The Real McCoy - Run Away (1994)

Mixed by DJ Deep
Design Concept Retro Disco Hi-Nrg


Saturday, 3 August 2019

KIMYLA - Don't Give Your Love So Easily (12'' Dance Mix) 1984 Hi-NRG Italo Disco Synth Pop 80s [Bobby Orlando] RARE PRESSING!

Kimyla ‎– Don't Give Your Love (So Easily)
Label: DUCAL (Mexico) LPD-1043
[Original US release on Nuance Records ‎– NU-1248]
Format: Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country: Mexico
Released: 1984
Genre: Electronic
Style: Hi NRG, Italo Disco

01. Don't Give Your Love (So Easily) (Dance Extended Mix) 6:24
02. Don't Give Your Love (So Easily) (Instrumental Mix) 7:57

Engineer [Mix Engineered By] – Danny Leake
Executive-Producer – Jurgen S. Korduletsch
Mastered By – Herbie Powers, Jr.
Mixed By – Mickey "Mixin'" Oliver
Producer – Bobby Orlando (BOBBY "O") & Don Oriolo
Recorded By – Questar Welsh
Written-By – Don Oriolo

"An Underground Hi-NRG / Italo Disco / Synth Pop / Dance Record, co-produced by
Bobby Orlando & Don Oriolo"

Sells for USD$ 300,00!

"RARE! 'Hard-To-Find' Disco Gems!"


Thursday, 25 July 2019

DISCO Fever - Various Artists 2CD Classic (RARE ORIGINAL SOUTH AFRICAN DISCO ROCK HITS 1977-1987) 70s & 80s "Hard-To-Find" VERY RARE!!!


01. Buffalo - Magic Carpet Ride (1979) 4:28
02. Disco Rock Machine - Living For The City (1978) 7:19
03. Hot R.S. - House Of The Rising Sun (1977) 14:35
04. People Like Us - Hiroshima (1987) 6:39
05. Rouge - Eloise Concerto (1978) 17:32
06. Neil Cloud - Time Of The Season (1978) 6:33
07. John Ireland - Living Inside My Head (1978) 6:25
08. Hot R.S. - In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida (1978) 7:47
09. Disco Rock Machine - You Really Got Me (1978) 7:12
10. Buffalo - Born To Be Wild (Medley) (1978) 14:07
11. Neil Cloud - Reflections (1978) 17:38
12. Hot R.S. - Delta Queen (1977) 7:49
13. Disco Rock Machine - Time To Love (1978) 7:18
14. Harari - Give (1980) 5:16
15. Hot R.S. - Money Runner (1980) 6:28
16. Disco Rock Machine - Loving Styles (1978) 7:15
17. Sipho "Hotstix" Mabuse - Burn Out (1984) 4:57

July 1999, Gallo, CDREDD 627

Thanks to: John Ireland, Brian 'Vagabond' Currin, Dion Singer, Gary Van Riet, Lana-Jane Miller, Terry Owen, the good people at EMI, Peter Pearlson (Forest Studios) for all his hard work, Terry Fairweather, the crowd at Apula and everybody else who made this compilation possible.
Compiled by Derek Smith

Digitally re-mastered at Forest Studios by Peter Pearlson. 

In the late 70s disco music internationally was dominated by such artists as The Bee Gees, Donna Summer, Chic, Gloria Gaynor, Village People, etc. The rhythm was everything and musicianship was secondary. 

In South Africa, however, disco seemed to take on a distinct harder edge, with a number of classic hard rock and heavy metal songs being given the disco treatment. 

Paul Ryan's classic 'Eloise' was extended to 17 minutes by Zane CronjΓ©'s Rouge, HOT RS covered Iron Butterfly's 'In-A-Gadda-Da -Vida' (cleverly combining it with Frankie Vaughan's 1957 UK #1 smash hit 'Garden Of Eden') and Peter Vee's Buffalo covered Steppenwolf's heavy metal anthem 'Born To Be Wild'.
Ex-Rabbitt, Trevor Rabin with his Disco Rock Machine recorded the Kinks' 'You Really Got Me' while his colleague, Neil Cloud (Rabbitt's drummer), covered 'Time Of The Season' originally done in 1968 by Rod Argent's Zombies.
All these tracks and others (like John Ireland's 'Living Inside My Head') are on this Gallo collection compiled by Derek Smith.
-- Brian Currin, 1999

Even if one did not care overmuch for disco, he or she should be able to find enough songs on this double CD to make at least a 90 minute tape. In Texas we spend much time in our cars so road tapes, for me anyway, are important. This is good music to use to thump one's way across Texas. When done South African style, and that's with a bit more rock thrown in, one wonders if the disco genre is undervalued. Here are the songs of Disco Fever: all disco or dance, though some do rock: 

'Magic Carpet Ride' by Buffalo is a strong opener, and in its way, "Ooh, ooh, carpet ride!" is a fine basic rock lyric. Nice musical frills here, the song is imaginative despite the dominant disco beat that can easily become moronic if not decorated creatively, as it is here. I hear a couple of lyrics differently on the original, but this is really a strong song. 

'Living for the City' by Disco Rock Machine is a nice disco-fied cover of Stevie Wonder's song, and one faithful enough to the original, yet different and so eminently danceable that I can imagine Stevie himself might like it. 

'House of the Rising Sun' by Hot R.S. A good version of one of my favorite rock standards, though the young lady singing really over-emotes how glad she feels, and she carries on disturbing the neighbours for quite a while. 

'Hiroshima' by People Like Us has nice singing and is interesting lyrically, more than I-love-you-baby lyrics, yet it is a more straight-forward disco song than the first two songs on this double CD set. 

'Eloise Concerto' by Rouge starts out as a readily recognizable disco song, with horn accents, and moves into a lo-o-ong and rather mellow interlude. The song is pleasant, with several movements, and comes across more as listening disco than dancing disco. If I were to hear it in a club I might think differently, though. The pleasantness of the song is borne out by the fact that it does not seem to last 17 minutes and 32 seconds. 

'Time of the Season' by Neil Cloud has the same eerie mood of the original, but with a more obvious beat. The original was a favorite song, this version is too.
'Living Inside My Head' by John Ireland is my favorite song on 'Disco Fever'. Maybe early in childhood I was entranced by 'Greensleeves', which I feel sure Henry the VIII did not write, despite his claim. Anyway, John Ireland does a much better job than Henry could have with this beautiful melody and original lyrics. Absolutely lovely. 

'In-a-Gadda-da-Vida' by Hot R.S. rocks, or is it that maybe the original wasn't too far from being a disco number itself? Whichever the case, this is a good version of a classic song that everyone pokes fun at, but one which everyone knows nonetheless.
That's disc one, some good pure disco, and some disco with a definite rock edge.
Disc two:
'You Really Got Me' by Disco Rock Machine (featuring Trevor Rabin) is only barely disco. It's disco in a hard rock mode, go-ahead rock with a cranking guitar. This is a loud disco cover of The Kinks song with a disco beat in the back and a wailing guitar up front in the lead. 

Medley: 'Born to Be Wild', 'Gimmy Gimmy Good Lovin'', 'Mony Mony', and 'Born to Be Wild' by Buffalo works, flowing from one song to another. Inspirational rock in that it lifts me up like good music is supposed to do. Nice and long at 14 minutes and 7 seconds, too. 

Medley: 'The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly' and 'Reflections of My Life' by Neil Cloud also mixes different songs and it works, moving from the universally known "Good, Bad, and Ugly" theme to lyrics of Marmalade's reflective song to disco dance rhythm and back to the two pop songs -- it really works. Also nice and long at 17 minutes and thirty-eight seconds. 

'Delta Queen' -- Another song with a vocal woman disturbing the neighbors. This starts out dance-worthy with a nice yearning mood, then it mellows to become a softer disco song, with a build meant to symbolize something going on. This is a disco song of movements and parts, good to listen to aside from the young lady's histrionics, which in the song, as in real life, are distracting. 

'Time to Love' by Disco Rock Machine is a good disco song with a moderate beat and some electronic fills. Pleasant and acceptable, but it doesn't really stand out. 

'Give' by Harari is not what I'd call a disco song, but rather it is a timeless dance number, and a catchy and good one. The few songs I've heard by Harari make me want to hear more. 

'Money Runner' by Hot R.S. combines disco, horns, and hip lyrics in an anthem to the almighty buck. This song has a driving tempo and in a club was likely to cause everybody to move in unison. 

'Loving Styles' by Disco Rock Machine is a quirky song, slow in tempo with a stop-start rhythm. While I can see where some might enthuse over this one it's another that didn't hit me. It's not obvious disco, but definitely a song to dance to. Okay, it has interesting guitar extrapolations. 

'Burn Out' by Sipho "Hotstix" Mabuse is a nice and gently chugging dance song, and another without the obvious disco beat. The melody and beat work precisely together here. The vocals carry the tune but are not dominant, they work with the instrumentation. A pretty song, appropriate for a closing set for lovers to dance close to before going home together. 

My take on over 150 minutes of South African disco music, untinged by nostalgia, is to wonder: can it be that South Africa improved on disco? I conclude: Yes.
About a third of the musical contents of these two discs is disco for rock fans, so rockified that one might ask, "Disco? What disco?" Many of the songs are untypical of an undervalued genre. The couple of songs that I didn't respond to as strongly as others most certainly don't detract from the whole. All in all, another case of my Dollars-into Rands being well-spent.

-- Kurt Shoemaker, Blanco, Texas, 2000
Various ‎– Disco Fever
Label: Gallo ‎– CDREDD 627, Gallo Special Projects ‎– CDREDD 627
Format: 2 × CD, Compilation, Stereo
Country: South Africa
Released: 1999
Genre: Electronic
Style: Disco

"An extremely RARE OFFICIAL 2CD Disco Rock compilation"


Friday, 21 June 2019

ITALO DISCO RETRO CLASSIX VOL.9 (Non-Stop 80s Hits Mix) Various Artists

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00 Retro Classix '83 (intro)
01 Doris Norton - Personal Computer [Durium Records, 1984]
02 The Flirts - Miss You [CBS Records, 1986]
03 B. Rose - Hey DJ [Il Discotto Productions, 1983]
04 Thanya - Freedom (instrumental) [Il Discotto Productions, 1982]
05 Barry Mason - Together [Superradio Records, 1984]
06 Fluo - Magic Mirror (instrumental) [Academy Records Italy, 1985]
07 Camaro's Gang - Ali Shuffle [Superradio Records Italy, 1982]
08 I.M.S. - An English [IMS Italy, 1983]
09 D.F. & Pam - Flash Into My Life (instrumental) [Thick Record, 1985]
10 William King - Robin Hood (instrumental) [Modern Music, 1986]
11 Rene - Don't Hurt Me [Discomagic Records Italy, 1984]
12 One Two Three - Runaway (vocal) [Prelude Records USA, 1983]
13 I.M.S. - Dancing Therapy [Emergency Records, Germany, 1984]
14 Xenon - Galaxy [Xenon Records Italy, 1983]
15 Simona Sierra - Muchacho [Chorus Records, Italy, 1986]
16 Loui$ - Pink Footpath [Blow Up Disco, Italy, 1985]
17 Sensitive - Don't Stop [Sensation Records, Italy,‎ 1985]
18 Funky Family - Funky Is On [Third Label, Italy, 1984]
19 M.Basic - Ok Run [Deejay Records, Italy, 1983]
20 Moon Patrol "Game Over!"'82 (outro)

Mix DMP Disco Sintetico
Design, Artwork, Remastering by Retro


Saturday, 8 June 2019

RETRO FUTURE - 18 Classic Hits - Remixed Mashed-Up Megamix (non-stop dj mix) 80s 90s 00+ Electronic Synth-Pop Dance Classics

01 Depeche Mode - World In My Eyes (Uwe Heinrich Adler Remix)
02 Faithless - We Come One (Jaden Raxel Remix)
03 Madonna - Get Together (AllixZ Remix)
04 Massive Attack - The Spoils Ft Hope Sandoval (Mystic Remix)
05 Pet Shop Boys - Love Etc (Gui Boratto Remix)
06 New Order - Blue Monday (Lewis Lastella Remix)
07 Moby - Go (Jo Manjis Total Remake)
08 Massive Attack - Teardrop (Mees Salome´s Filth on Acid Remix)
09 Radiohead - Everything In Its Right Place (Reinier Zonnevelds Filth on Acid Remix)
10 Aretha Franklin - Deeper Love (Extended Mix)
11 SevenDoors - Movement Of Whale (Original Mix)
12 New Order - Crystal (Ri Za Unofficial Remix)
13 Moby - The Last Day (David Mayer Remix)
14 Inner City - Good Life (Jo Manjis Petra Mix)
15 LAAZ - Dreaming Of The Crash (Original Mix)
16 Depeche Mode - Peace (Demon Noise Remix)
17 Seal & Adamski - Killer (Kieran Js Revisit)
18 Sade -  I Never Thought I'd See The Day (LNTG Rework + Kiko Navarro Rework Mashup)

"New Sounds / Retro Classic Tunes!"


Tuesday, 28 May 2019

Hi-NRG! ⚡ Original 80s Artists x26 Classic Hits - Non Stop DJ Mix

01 Evelyn Thomas - High Energy
02 Romance f. Jessica Williams - Tie Me Down
03 Paul Parker - Right On Target
04 Patrick Cowley - If You Feel It
05 Carol Jiani - Hit 'N' Run Lover
06 Jessica Williams - (They Call Me The) Queen Of Fools
07 Marsha Raven - Catch Me (I'm Falling In Love)
08 Hazell Dean - Searchin' (I Gotta Find A Man)
09 Miquel Brown - So Many Men (So Little Time)
10 Sheryl Lee Ralph - In The Evening
11 Earlene Bentley & Sylvester - Stargazing
12 Evelyn Thomas - Masquerade
13 Nina Schiller - Without Your Love
14 Sylvester - Don't Stop
15 Tina Fabrique - Alive With Love
16 Liquid Gold - Don't Panic
17 Modern Rocketry - Steppin' Stone
18 Charade - Break Me
19 Climax Orchestra - Interaction
20 Sylvester & Patrick Cowley - Do Ya Wanna Funk?
21 Modern Rocketry - Thank God For Men
22 Scherrie Payne - One Night Only
23 Loverde - My World Is Empty Without You
24 Richie - Whip Up The Dancefloor
25 Diebold & Co. - US NRG
26 Sylvester - Lovin' Is Really My Game

"Original Hi-NRG 80s Disco Non-Stop DJ Mix" 🎧 ⚡


Friday, 24 May 2019

TECHNIQUE - Michael Angelo (Album) 1983 [Special Expanded Edition Remaster] 2019 disco 70s 80s hi-nrg eurodisco europop TEKNIQUE "RARE OUT OF PRINT LP + MAXI Singles"


01. Can We Try Again
02. Movie Star
03. Time Is Of The Essence
04. Now And Then
05. I've Got A Lot On My Mind
06. Michael Angelo
07. No Strings
08. Light Fantastic
09. Livin' In The City
10. Looking For Someone To Love

Bonus Tracks:
[Special Edition Expanded] 2019 by Retro NRG

11. Technique - Can We Try Again (12'' Maxi Version) 1979
12. Technique - Heaven To Me (Extended Mix) 1984
13. Technique - Looking For Someone To Love (Extended Mix) 1979
14. Technique - Michael Angelo (Single Version) 1980
15. Technique - Looking For Someone To Love (Single Version) 1979

Technique (aka Teknique)
Studio Group, with members David Garrick and Peter Green.

David Garrick - aka David Byron (29 January 1947 – 28 February 1985, born as David Garrick).
British singer and songwriter best known for fronting Uriah Heep. He was lead vocalist for Spice (an early incarnation of Uriah Heep) from 1967 to 1969.
From 1968 he also worked as a session vocalist working at City of London Studios and PYE Studios for Avenue Recordings.
His early work for the budget label was all cover versions and all uncredited.
He is purported to have recorded over one hundred and forty of these cover version tracks between 1968 and 1970.
The rapid rise in fame of Uriah Heep put an end to the session work.

Peter Green - aka Peter Charles Green - English pop singer and songwriter, born 31 July 1942 in Birmingham, England, UK.
Among projects with various groups, Green also did session vocal work alongside David Byron for Avenue Records  producing cover hits of popular songs of the late 1960s early 70s.

Technique ‎– Michael Angelo
Label: ERC Records ‎– 814-409 1
Format: Vinyl, LP
Country: Netherlands
Released: 1983
Genre: Electronic, Pop
Style: Disco
Engineer – Colin Owen
Produced by Muff Murfin & Daniel Boone
All tracks remixed by Horus Jack Tolson

2019 Special Expanded 15 Track Edition + Vinyl Remaster by Retro Disco NRG



Wednesday, 1 May 2019

Ashleigh Sendin - "(Ha Ha) Here I Come" (1984) hi-nrg electro disco eurobeat 80s "Hard-To-Find" OUT OF PRINT - VERY RARE!

"A Very Rare South African 80s Hi-Nrg Italo Disco Electro Record from 1984"

I recently found out that the artist Ashleigh Sendin who sang ‘(Ha Ha) Here I come’ on the South-African compilation album High Energy Double Dance - Vol 2 (1984) and ‘Who needs it’ (Eurobeat 3 - 1987) is a South-African. She has been living in the UK for the past twenty years having had a rewarding career on stage and are currently the headmaster of an Acting school. I contacted her and asked her about her life in South-Africa and UK.

DJ Radcliff: How did you end up recording ‘(Ha Ha) Here I Come’ with the legendary Patric van Blerk and Fransua Roos?
Ashleigh: I met them through a record company called Principal Records for whom I had recorded another single called Rebecca (sort of Kate Bush style ballad).

DJ Radcliff: Was ‘Here I come' released in other markets other than South-Africa?
Ashleigh: To the best of my knowledge none of the tracks were released outside South Africa.

DJ Radcliff: Did you record any other tracks with them during this period?
Ashleigh: I recorded another track which was used on a dance compilation called ‘Who needs it’. They used my name although I recorded it as a session. That was in 1987 just before I left for the UK.

DJ Radcliff: High Energy was really big during this period, even in South-Africa; did you ever get to meet any other High Energy artists?
Ashleigh: When I released ‘Here I come’ I was part of a High Energy dance music concert tour. A group of Dance music recording artists from the US and UK came over for the tour. Evelyn Thomas, Miquel Brown, Marsha Raven, Earlene Bentley and Barbara Pennington.
I worked with Earlene on my first job in the West End, ‘Blues in the Night’ at the Piccadilly Theatre, and then worked with Sinitta a recording artist whose mother is Miquel Brown in ‘HAIR’ at the Old Vic. Small World!

DJ Radcliff: You were also credited in a 1979 movie of South-African director Percival Rubens called Midnight Caller (aka The Demon and The Unholy) How old were you when you appeared in this slasher flick and did you feature in any other films?
Ashleigh: I was 15 in that particular film and was also in a couple of other equally dire South African films one was the ‘Lions Share’ and the other was ‘Follow that Rainbow’.

DJ Radcliff: Would you mind giving us some more information on your life in South-Africa, like what schools you attended, and what local productions you were involved with?
Ashleigh: I grew up in Bryanston and Fourways –when fourways was just veldt. I went to Bryanston Primary and then Bryanston High School. I started professionally at age 13 playing ‘Annie’ for Joan Brickhill and Louis Burke. I did ‘Wizard of OZ’,’ Robin Hood’, ‘Hans Christian Anderson’ and ‘Judy’ for Napac. ‘Godspel’l and ‘My name is Alice’ for Des and Dawn Lindbergh and ‘The Hollow’ and ’The Real Thing’ for Pieter Toerien, among others. For the SABC I did ‘The Settlers’,’ The Danny Bickett Show’,’ Inspector Carr investigates’ and various commercials etc. I was working solidly from the age of 13 so chose not to go the university route.

DJ Radcliff: You have been in the UK for almost 20 years now, do you still have ties with South-Africa and when was the last time you visited our shores?
Ashleigh: My family are all still in SA. I was over only a month ago as my Mum passed away.

DJ Radcliff: Please tell us how you ended up in The West End, what did you do when you first went to the UK?
Ashleigh: I was very lucky in respect of timing when I got to the UK. The West End was experiencing a boom and I was able to get an agent and get work within 6 months of arriving in the UK. My first job was understudying the girl and the woman in ‘Blues in the Night’. I played the Juve lead in ‘Anything Goes’ with Elaine Paige. On ‘Saturday Night’ I achieved a lifelong ambition which was to meet Stephen Sondheim.

DJ Radcliff: As mentioned before you were involved in many musicals on the West End, give us a brief list of you proudest achievements?
Ashleigh: Some I have already mentioned but will give a brief list. ‘Blues in the Night’ at the Piccadilly theatre, ‘Anything Goes’ at the Prince Edward theatre, ‘Lady in the Dark’ at The National, ‘Hair’ at the Old Vic. ‘Promises, Promises’ and Sondheim’s ’Saturday Night’, The obligatory pantomimes if living in the UK, ‘Cinderella’ and ‘Aladdin’. Several seasons of ‘Lost’ musicals at the Barbican-Concert Productions of musicals from the 30’s to the 50’s mainly. I performed in seven of those over five seasons. Several concept albums for projected musicals which I still do occasionally and session work i.e. backing vocals for demos also for ITV’S Spitting Image. I performed with the cast of ‘Anything Goes’ for The Queen Mothers 90th Birthday at the London Palladium as well as several Charity performances for Crusade and the Princess Diana Fund also at the Palladium.

DJ Radcliff: You are currently the principal of a company called ‘Stagecoach’ What exactly is ‘Stagecoach’ and what other projects are you currently working on?
Ashleigh: Stagecoach is a large organization with Theatre schools all over the UK and the World. I bought the franchise for Penzance so own the business for that territory. Basically I am the principal and I employ 4 teachers and an assistant. It’s pretty much what I do full time. I got tired of doing 8 shows a week I had been working in Musicals for 25 years!

DJ Radcliff: Thank you for chatting to us; it was really interesting to find out what Asleigh Sendin has been up to the past 24 years since High Energy Double Dance Vol 2 came out. Keep well!


Monday, 29 April 2019

DEAD OR ALIVE's "You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)" original vs Paul Rudd and Jimmy Fallon Music Video Remake Comparison

35 Years Old and still "Spinning!" πŸ’Ώ

Paul Rudd and Jimmy Fallon did an AWESOME job remaking Dead Or Alive's - "You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)!"  It is almost perfect! πŸ’ΏπŸ’ΏπŸ’Ώ

Pete Burns & Steve Coy would love it!x RIP x

Tuesday, 23 April 2019

M@donna - Like A Prayer (Album) 1989 [2CD Deluxe 'Strike A Pose' Edition] 2019 [unofficial revisioned ballroom version] UNRELEASED PROMO

This is a reworked version of the "Like A Prayer" 30th Anniversary, by Fans, DJs, queens & whores πŸ’…

The official 30th Anniversary corporate official release was a bit "out-of-touch" and excluded DJ remixes and tracks, appreciated and wanted by fans. So, the internet underground fans (deviants) "re-worked it" πŸ‘  for the ballroom! 

"“⑩s! “⑩s! “⑩s! “⑩s! “⑩s! Across the board!" πŸ†πŸ†πŸ₯‡πŸ…πŸŽ–πŸ† πŸ’…

"Strike A Pose" Vogue is added here for the first time, recorded in 1989, same year as "Like A Prayer", but for commercial reasons, released only on the "I'm Breathless" soundtrack album.

An anthem for the Ballroom scene (POSE), and a dance anthem worldwide.

"Special Deluxe "Strike A Pose" Edition available here for a very, very limited time!


FX is striking a Pose on a new night: The networks acclaimed drama’s Season 2 US premiere is Tuesday, June 11 2019, at 10/9c. 

Set in New York City’s underground ball culture, where gay and transgender “houses” faced off in makeshift fashion competitions, the upcoming episodes jump forward to the year 1990. “On the heels of the ballroom community establishing itself in pop culture and going mainstream, the House of Evangelista is forced to reevaluate their goals,” per the official synopsis. “Meanwhile, the AIDS crisis worsens and the reaction from a group of activists reaches a fever pitch.”