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Glenn Frey gets the Disconet remix for "You Belong To The City."  And Aretha's even hotter with "Who's Zoomin' Who."

Glenn Frey helped make The Eagles really fly, and his solo effort on "You Belong To The City" from the MCA T.V. soundtrack of "Miami Vice" continues to demonstrate his talents and popularity.  Now it's even more danceable with this special Disconet edit.  Glen won a coveted MTV award for his "Smuggler's Blues" video, and should continue to be a very busy producer and artist.

Aretha is next, easily outdistancing the classic "Freeway Of Love" with the title track of her Arista album entitled "Who's Zoomin' Who."  Narada Michael Walden produced the original tracks which were skillfully remixed by Steve Thompson and Michael Barbiero at Media Sound.  This special Disconet edition combines the dance, dub and accapella mixes.

SPECIAL NOTE TO DJs: Side A runs 15:19 at 110 BPM.

Eddie Murphy parties all the time even longer.  Steven Von Blau remixes David Knopfler's "Shockwave" to tingle with excitement!!!

Superstar Eddie Murphy's first venture into music is a smash called "Party All The Time" on Columbia.  Rick James wrote, arranged and produced.  We've combined the instrumental and vocal versions into one special Disconet powerhouse for you.

David Knopfler is next, from his Intercord/Germany 12", with a special extended edit of "Shockwave" done so eloquently by the golden blade of Steven Von Blau.  Hans Rolf Schade produced with David, and the song was co-written with Bub Roberts.

Both songs demonstrate the continued overwhelming popularity of 134 BPM±… bouncing buns just bounce better at this pace, so after 10 years of seeing people react to dance songs, we'll have to declare this the overwhelming dance tempo favorite.

SPECIAL NOTE TO DJs: Side B runs 14:19, from 136 BPM (beats per minute) to 132.

Florida's own Rick Ashton sings "Come Get Me Up."  Hot new Dead Or Alive "My Heart Goes Bang" remix!!!

Rick Ashton has been singing and dancing for years… perhaps you caught him in the "Porky's" or "Where The Boys Are" movies… and now his debut release for Gem has been remixed by Raul Rodriguez, who also provides a special Disconet extended edit combining the hot dub and vocal sides.  There's a Latin feel to the track, some nice long breaks, and a polished vocal approach throughout.

Dead Or Alive is next with "My Heart Goes Bang" from their Epic/UK 12".  The group wrote the song, which overlays two sets of vocals in a pleasant way.  It goes like a buzz saw from beginning to end, beautifully recorded by Phil Harding and produced by Stock, Aitken, Waterman for Pete Waterman productions.

SPECIAL NOTE TO DJs: Bonus Side 1 runs 14:45 at 127 RPM.

O.M.D.'s "So In Love" is beautiful music for your floor.  Raul and Steven give The Moody Blue's "Blue World" a surprise!!!

O.M.D.'s "So In Love", from their Virgin/A&M album "Crush", has been burning up the dance floors in Europe and now it's in the U.S.  O.M.D. stands for Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, and yes, they were around some time ago and now are back in a big way.  Stephen Hague produced and co-wrote the song with the group.  We've provided a special extended version for even more excitement.

The Moody Blues are next with a rare find from their 1983 "The Present" Decca album called "Blue World."  Raul and Steven gave it a nice intro, pseudobreak and whatever to help make it dance.  Justin Hayward wrote and does the lead vocals, and Pip Williams produced.  Their precise production (dating back to their original 1960s works) sounds great loud, especially with such appealing vocals which have always been a hallmark of the Moodies.

SPECIAL NOTE TO DJs: Bonus Side 2 runs 13:24 from 122 to 128 BPM.

Mohamed Shameem wins the LCD chronograph. Mohamed plays at Numbers in Washington, DC, and the pressing serial number of Program 1 (#737) matched the lucky winning number for that program.  Mohamed's favorites were "My Obsession", "Don't You Want Me" and "Big Time Operator" remixes, and the special "I Can Fly" edit.  We've sent Mohamed the watch that does practically everything.  Be sure to send in your postpaid feedback card, and maybe you'll be a winner, too!

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