Change ‎– Oh What A Feeling

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Cooltempo ‎– COOLR 109
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Vinyl, 12"
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A Oh What A Feeling (The Paul Hardcastle Remix)
Written-By – D. Cooper*, P. Slade*, T. Allen*
B Let's Go Together (The Paul Hardcastle Remix)
Written-By – D. Romani*, J. F. Petrus*, P. Slade*

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This release re-uses the sleeve for COOLX 109 but adds a sticker with new track info. Catalogue number on labels is COOLR 109.

℗ 1985 Atlantic Records Corporation
© 1985 Chrysalis Records Ltd
First published in UK by Chrysalis Records Ltd 1985

A published by EMI Music Publ Ltd/Warner Bros Music Ltd
B published by Warner Bros Music Ltd

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
COOL X 109, COOLX 109 Change Oh What A Feeling(12", Promo) Cooltempo, Cooltempo COOL X 109, COOLX 109 UK 1985 Sell This Version
234.691 Change Oh What A Feeling(12", EP) Injection Disco Dance Label 234.691 Netherlands 1985 Sell This Version
COOL 109 Change Oh What A Feeling(7", Single) Cooltempo COOL 109 UK 1985 Sell This Version
COOLX 109 Change Oh What A Feeling(12") Cooltempo COOLX 109 UK 1985 Sell This Version

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scania

scania

March 31, 2016
Being their swansong for Atlantic Records, I think it was a good effort to capitalize on the curttails
from "Change Of Heart". Now my biggest concern is, why did they use Ullanda McCullough's vocals
from Peter Jacques Band's "Allright Let's Go" for the remix? Am I the only one who hears it's her??
Probably some shady managerial stunt or something like this. Ullanda does a great vocal input, but
why not use Deborah Cooper? Being a huge fan of Change I always thought this was a somewhat
letdown eventhough the track itself is great!