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The Wolfhounds - EP 001

Another british Indie-Legend from the 80's are back and I'm proudly to present a great 3-track ep on VOLLWERT-RECORDS BERLIN. Strictly limited and numbered edition of 100 copies only.



The Dream Academy - Please Please Please (12'')

The Dream Academy covered “Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want” in 1984 (originally by The Smiths). This version peaked at #83 in the UK Singles Chart. The instrumental version of the song is the better known cover version, since it was used in the film Ferris Bueller’s "Day Off"  along with an other Dream Academy song “The Edge of Forever”. A similar (but vocal) single later appeared on the compilation album, Somewhere in the Sun… Best of the Dream Academy.

A1) Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want
A2) Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want (Instrumental)
B1) In Places On The Run
B2) The Party (Acoustic Version)
(1985, Blanco Y Negro)



Dance Classics 12": David Joseph - You Can't Hide (Your Love From Me)

I wanna start this Dance Classics 12"s with one of the best tracks of 1983. It can be heard on Greg Wilson's first DJ appearance on British TV (watch here). If some of you want to hear Larry Levan's versions of this great track leave a comment, I have that too.
David Joseph was the lead singer with Hi-Tension, one of the most successful Brit-Funk bands of the late 70s / early 80s, and “You Can’t Hide (Your Love From Me)” was his debut solo release and become a huge dance hit in the UK, reaching the Top 20 of the national chart, whilst subsequently finding favor with US DJs, thanks to Larry Levan’s remix.

A) David Joseph - You Can't Hide (Your Love From Me)
B1) David Joseph - You Can't Hide (Your Love From Me) (A Capella)
B2) David Joseph - You Can't Hide (Your Love From Me) (Instrumental)
(1983, Island Records)

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The Cure - Boys Don't Cry (New Voice - Club Mix) (12")

A SIDE - Resung and club mixed february 86, originally released june 79
B SIDE - Previously unreleased, original recording february 79, remixed feb 86

A) Boys Don't Cry (Extended 12" Dance Version)
B1) Pillbox Tales
B2) Do The Hansa
(1986, Fiction Records Germany)



Northside - Shall We Take A Trip / Moody Places (12'')

"Shall We Take A Trip" was banned by the BBC for its many references to drugs (specifically LSD) but despite the subsequent lack of airplay, it eventually broke into the Top 50 in the UK Singles Chart.. Single version of "Shall We Take A Trip" is 1 minute longer than on the album "Chicken Rhythms".

A Shall We Take A Trip
AA Moody Places
(1990, Factory Records)



B And The Bops - Prove Your Love Is True (7'')

Great rockabilly band from Croatia.

A Prove Your Love Is True 
B1 Boppin' Little Angel
B2 Don't Stop The Rock Bop
(2010, Sleazy Records Spain)



The Twilight Singers - Fila Brazillia Remixes (promo)

01 The Twilight Singers - Verti-Marte (Fila Brazillia Remix)
02 The Twilight Singers - That's Just How That Bird Sings (Fila Brazillia Remix)