Capricorn (3) ‎– I Need Love

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DLM M25970 Capricorn (3) I Need Love(12") Delirium Records DLM M25970 Italy 1982 Sell This Version
M 25970 Capricorn (3) I Need Love(12") Biba Records M 25970 Italy 1982 Sell This Version
LES 002 Capricorn (3) I Need Love(12") Limited Edition Series LES 002 US 1986 Sell This Version
DLM M25970 Capricorn (3) I Need Love(12", Unofficial) Delirium Records (4) DLM M25970 2010 Sell This Version
none Capricorn (3) I Need Love(12", Promo, Unofficial) Time Records (4) none US Unknown Sell This Version

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STYLOUS

STYLOUS

November 6, 2015
referencing I Need Love, 12", LES 002
It was popular in the 80's to play this version at 45rpm with a pitch adjustment of -8 to -6.
thegoat1970

thegoat1970

August 3, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
referencing I Need Love, 12", DLM M25970
funny thing... in the mid 80's (around summer of 1986)... the vocal version of this song was played @ 45 rpm (very chipmunk sounding) @ the age of 16 and over clubs in los angeles, california, usa... it was a hit with all of us teens @ the time (under age drinking, you name it)... could not get enough of it...
discfiend

discfiend

March 18, 2014
referencing I Need Love, 12", DLM M25970
Claudio Simonetti is one of the original members of the fusion band Goblin. I Need Love was an underground club hit in the mid-late 80's and was featured many times in mix sets done by Detroit D.J. The Wizard(Jeff Mills).
overlordr

overlordr

October 7, 2010
referencing I Need Love, 12", DLM M25970
it was a major breakdancing song in Chicago as well. But then we would break to "Rain Forest" by Paul Hardcastle, so a lot would get appropriated.
alant1000

alant1000

December 18, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
referencing I Need Love, 12", DLM M25970
A huge underground hit both in Europe, but also over in Detroit where it became a bit of an early classic, perhaps due in part to the subtle funky sounding rifts. The instrumental mix is the most popular here. A basic early sounding beat, coupled with an unusual shuffled high hat, and distinct lack of backing bassline make this a stand out track. The shuffled high hat and beat was sampled a few months later on the disco mix of Steel Mind's "Bad Passion" on the same record label Delirium. A true italo classic.