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DISCONET TURNS 100!!! In celebrating our 100th program, the entire Disconet family would like to thank all the DJs, mixers, producers, pool directors, club managers, singers, writers, engineers, and production people who have kept us around all these years.  (You know who you are!)  Disconet started in 1977 with such classics as "Dance, Dance, Dance" by Chic and "What's Your Name, What's Your Number" by Andrea True on our first program, Volume 1, #1.  Since then many medlies, premiers, and classic remixes have come and gone.  We're looking forward to the next 100, and hope you are too.

Pseudo Echo's "Don't Go" is energized with a Raul Dance Mix.  Steven Von Blau engages an extended remix of a "Band Of Gold" by Bonnie Tyler.

Pseudo Echo starts off this high energy side with "Don't Go", their new 12" on EMI/Australia.  Our friend Mark Berry (of Alisha fame) produced this track "down under" at Platinum Studios.  Ian "Mack" McKenzie engineered.  Raul's finishing touches give this cut extra energy for your floor.

Bonnie Tyler last appeared on Disconet's Volume 6, Program 12 with "Holding Out For A Hero".  She's back this month with a powerhouse cover of "Band Of Gold", from her new CBS album "Secret Dreams And Forbidden Fire".  The album was produced by Jim Steinman, engineered by John Rollo, and mixed by Larry Alexander at The Power Station here in New York.  Todd Rundgren furnishes background vocals.  Steven has given this cut a more workable intro and other touches to make it a winner with your crowd.

SPECIAL NOTE TO DJs: Side A runs 16:00, from 117 BPM to 126 BPM (beats per minute).

The King returns and puts on his blue suede shoes for our 100th anniversary dance program.

We have brought back a classic side from the past for this special anniversary program.  In 1980 Bill Motley put together the "Original Elvis Presley Medley" which contains nine of The King's big hits.  It sounds just as great today as it did six years ago.  This one will really rock the house!!!

SPECIAL NOTE TO DJs: Side B runs 8:50, at 124 to 220 BPM (beats per minute).

Paul Hardcastle's "Don't Waste My Time" gets a no nonsense groove by Raul.  Linda Jo Rizzo's "You're My First, You're My Last" receives an everlasting remix.

The ever prolific Paul Hardcastle returns with "Don't Waste My Time", his latest Chrysalis 12".  This is another hit from his "Paul Hardcastle" album.  Carol Kenyon furnished spectacular lead vocals to this infectious cut.  "Don't Waste My Time" was written and produced by Paul Hardcastle, and engineered by Alvin "Jeff" Clark and Phil Badger.  Raul wasted no time and got dawn and dirty to slicken up this cut.

"You're My First, You're My Last" by Linda Jo Rizzo is another great high energy song coming to us from Germany on ZYX Records.  This 12" was recorded by Frankl at Hurricane Studio in Munich.  It was arranged and played by Elvine, who was also a co-writer with Ms. Rizzo.

SPECIAL NOTE TO DJs: Bonus Side 1 runs 13:54, from 104 to 121 BPM.

Janet Jackson's "When I Think Of You" gets a club remix by Tuta Aquino & Michael Watson.  Bernie Paul's classic "Oh No No" gets a super remix by Robbie Leslie.

Already a shining star, Janet Jackson's latest A & M album, "Control", reinforces her spot in the cosmos.  "What Have You Done For Me Lately" and "Nasty" are the first two smash singles fruit the album, moving it into the top of the pop charts.  "When I Think Of You" is another great club cut that is already getting play and is sure to be the next single.  This cut was produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.  Ms. Jackson was co-producer.  Terry Lewis recorded and Steve Hodge mixed at Flyte Tyme Productions, Inc. in Minneapolis.  Tuta Aquino and Michael Watson who spin and edit in the New York area have given this cut a great club groove with added breaks to excite your crowd.

Next is a rare all time early morning classic, "Oh No No" by Bernie Paul on Ariola/Germany records.  Classic New York DJ Robbie Leslie, who plays at The Saint and the Palladium, has created a special version for your early morning crowd.

SPECIAL NOTE TO DJs: Bonus Side 2 runs 12:13, from 116 to 118 BPM.

Tommy DiSarro wins a DISCONET subscription. Tommy plays at City Lights in Providence, R.I..  His pressing of Volume 8, program 7 had lucky number 686, so, he will get a free Disconet from us for the next six months.  Tommy's favorite selections on Program 7 were "Another Night" by Aretha, and the fabulous 1985 Top Tune Medley.  To be a winner please send in your feedback card, with the serial number on the jacket of the Side A/Side B record.  Good Luck!!

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