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Daryl Hall and John Oates' "Method Of Modern Love" gets extended for your floor.  Wham!'s "Careless Whisper."

Daryl Hall and John Oates keep the hits coming from their 'Big Bam Boom' album on RCA.  Produced with Bob Clearmountain, Arthur Baker and the Latin Rascals were once again called in for co-production duties for a great remix of "Method Of Modern Love."  The vocal and dub versions from the commercial 12" were combined here into a special extended edit.

Wham! is next with "Careless Whisper", the superhot ballad from their "Make It Big" album on Columbia.  George Michael produced, arranged and co-wrote the song with Andrew Ridgeley, and his lead vocals are simply superb.  You'll find the sounds of Wham! to be a welcome, late night change of pace for your floor.

SPECIAL NOTE TO DJs: Side A runs 16:00, from 98 BPM to 78 BPM.

Now there's more to "Believe In The Beat" by Carol Lynn Townes.  Tami Holbrook premieres with "Video Romeo."

The "Breakin' 2" soundtrack LP on Polydor is following in the footsteps of "Breakin"', last season's really successful breakdance movie.  Carol Lynn Townes, who did "99 ½" on the last album, is back with a great dance number entitled "Believe In The Beat."  Ollie E. Brown produced, and arranged with Sylvester L. Rivers.  We've extended the LP version for you.

Tami Holbrook is next with the world premiere of "Video Romeo."  Tami grew up in Irvine, CA and has been studio manager at That Studio in North Hollywood for the past five years.  She teamed up with producer Mark Wolfson, who co-engineered with Richard Holbrook.  They mixed "Video Romeo" at Can-Am Recorders, and with Gary "Boom Boom Room" Otto's eloquent input this special extended version was done for this Disconet program.

SPECIAL NOTE TO DJs: Side B runs 14:43 at 136 BPM (beats per minute.)

Kim Carnes gets an extended "Invitation To Dance."  Theo Roca and John Sollas extend Diana Ross' "Touch By Touch."

Kim Carnes' "Invitation To Dance" has become the title song for MGM's new "That's Dancing" movie, and her EMI-America 12" is off to a fast start.  Nile Rodgers produced the vocal and instrumental dance mixes, which have been combined here into a special Disconet extended edit.  As usual, Miss Carnes' vocals are unique and well wrapped by Nile Rodgers' production.

Diana Ross is next with "Touch By Touch" from her RCA "Swept Away" album.  The song caught the attention of Miami DJs Theo Roca and John Sollas, and using the original album tracks produced by Miss Ross, they've extended the length as well as created some nice breaks along the way.  The reggae/pop feel works well, and your audience should start getting into this after a few plays.

SPECIAL NOTE TO DJs: Bonus Side 1 runs 15:30, from 124 BPM to 119 BPM.

Madonna's "Material Girl" gets the Disconet remix.  Steven Von Blau extends Rofo's "I Want You."

Madonna continues to be the hottest act of 1985, with "Material Girl" jumping off her Sire/Warner Brothers album as the new single.  (And the vinyl isn't even cold yet on "Like A Virgin"!)  Nile Rodgers produced the tracks, which have been extended from the LP version for this Disconet program.

Rofo is next with "I Want You."  The Infinity/Belgium commercial 12" has vocal and dub versions which have been combined here by Steven Von Blau, along with some extra special percussion edits.  F. De Wulf produced the original tracks, which were done at Kritz Recording.

SPECIAL NOTE TO DJs: Bonus Side 2 runs 13:07, from 138 BPM to 132.

Frankie J. Asencio wins the LCD chronograph. Frankie plays at The Eagle in Columbus, OH, and also runs the Music Den Record Pool.  His pressing serial number on Program 5 (#892) matched the lucky winning number for that program, and we've sent Frankie the watch that does practically everything.

Frankie's favorite selections on Program 5 included "Tear You Down" by English Evenings, "Thief Of Hearts" by Melissa Manchester, and "When The Rain Begins to Fall" by Jermaine Jackson and Pia Zadora.

To win the watch, be sure to return the postpaid feedback card, and enter your pressing serial number (on the upper right hand corner of your Side A/Side B jacket.)

Good luck!

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