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Phyllis Nelson's hot Disconet remix likes you even more! Exposé gets even more exposed to love.

Phyllis "Don't Stop The Train" Nelson starts out this special holiday Disconet program, with a hotter and longer version of "I Like You."  Phyllis wrote the song, which was produced by Yves Dessca for Carrere/CBS.  Shep Pettibone did the original mix, and we've combined dub and vocal into one holiday powerhouse for you.

Lewis Martinee's Expose (nee Xposed) made their debut on Disconet early this year, and after being picked up by Arista, proved that the Shannon sound was far from over.  Their latest, written, arranged, and produced by Lewis, is "Exposed To Love."  Frank Diaz was executive producer (and also has to shuttle those three lovely ladies around the country… poor Frank!)  Dub and vocal versions were intercut to make it happen.

SPECIAL NOTE TO DJs: Side A runs 17:11 from 123 to 124 BPM (beats per minute.)

Samantha Gilles' "Music Is My Thing" is sweet and energetic.  Steven Von Blau turns Kurtie's "Help Me" into a dance hit!

Samantha Gilles' "Let Me Feel It" was a big hit on Disconet earlier this year, and the talented 13 year old Dutch girl is back with another cut from her Infinity/Netherlands album called "Music Is My Thing" (which is intercut with drum beats entitled "Under Control.")  It's bouncy and fun, and should go over well with your crowd from the first play.  Samantha's album should be released in early January, and will contain a few other dance songs as well so watch out Alisha!

Curtie and the Boombox, also from the Netherlands, are next with a special Disconet extended version by the golden blade of Steven Von Blau of "Help Me To Help You."  It's hidden on their RCA album (but no more!)  Talk about fresh bubble gum… here it is!  Peter Koelewijn and Albert Boekholt produced at Wisseloord Studios.

SPECIAL NOTE TO DJs: Side B nuns 12:49 from 128 to 141 BPM.

Raul and Steven make Barry Manilaw's "In Search Of Love" into a great club mix.  Diana Ross' "Chain Reaction" also pas your floor!

Yet another album cut find now Disconetted for your holiday floor… Barry Manilow's "In Search Of Love" from his new RCA album.  Kevin DiSimone produced with Barry, who co-wrote the music with Howie Rice.  Allan Rich wrote the lyrics.  Raul and Steven have done an excellent extension job, using a minimum of percussion bridges on the album version and turning what was available into a good dance mix.  Barry sounds so wonderful as usual.  A definite chartbuster for early 1986!

Diana Ross is next (wow… has she been popular on Disconet lately!) with "Chain Reaction."  The album cut from "Eaten Alive" on RCA is only 3:47 so it was another labor of love.  The Gibb Brothers (aka Bee Gees) wrote the song, which seems to be their interpretation of the Motown sound.

SPECIAL NOTE TO DJs: Bonus Side 1 rums 11:20 from 120 to 129 BPM.

Christer Modig and Boris Granich make Baltimora's "Tarzan Boy" even more fun.  Frank Schmidt gives Yoko Ono's "Hell In Paradise" a whole new appeal.

Some top guest DJs from California make up this hot side.  First, it's a nice remix of Baltimora's "Tarzan Boy" by that Los Angeles golden blade duo, Christer Modig and Boris Granich.  No… Baltimora is not Thomas Dolby (see photo below.)  It's really a 28 year old Irishman called Jimmy McShane who moved to Italy and couldn't use his real name because it was not a nice word in Italian.  Baltimora's record on Manhattan is creating the same Top 40 stir in the U.S. as it did in most European territories earlier this year.  Maurizio Bassi arranged and produced.

Frank Schmidt, the notoriuous of San Francisco, presents his revamped version of Yoko Ono's "Hell In Paradise" from her Polydor album.  Yoko wrote and produced with Bill Laswell.  John Bong Luongo did the original mix now edited by Frank.  Give it time… this is one of the finest new songs in a long time, and will bite you with a pleasurable venegance after you have heard it enough.  Yoko's finest!

SPECIAL NOTE TO DJs: Bonus Side 2 runs 14:51 from 111 to 130 BPM.

Phil "Sunshine" Forza wins the watch. Phil's lucky number (#917) came up, and we'll be sending him the 100th watch Disconet has awarded to DJs.  Phil's favorites on Program 2 were "Bitchin' 50s", "Conga" remix, and "Eaten Alive."  Next month the glorious prize is a six month subscription to Disconet, worth $150 (or a renewal if your subscription is already running.)  Good luck, and send in those cards with your serial number.  Oh… Phil plays at The Locus in the boogie down Bronx.

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