Denise Lopez ‎– Don't You Wanna Be Mine

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Originially issued in 1990.
Reissued in 2008.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
75021 7043 1 Denise Lopez Don't You Wanna Be Mine(12") A&M Records 75021 7043 1 US 1990 Sell This Version
75021 7043 1 Denise Lopez Don't You Wanna Be Mine(12", Promo) A&M Records 75021 7043 1 US 1990 Sell This Version
75021 7432 2 Denise Lopez Don't You Wanna Be Mine(CD, Maxi, Promo) A&M Records 75021 7432 2 US 1990 Sell This Version
75021 1526 4 Denise Lopez Don't You Wanna Be Mine(Cass, Maxi) A&M Records 75021 1526 4 US 1990 Sell This Version
PCDY-10024 Denise Lopez Don't You Wanna Be Mine(CD, Mini) Pony Canyon Inc. PCDY-10024 Japan 1991 Sell This Version
177 424 3 Denise Lopez Don't You Wanna Be Mine(12") House Trained, Universal Music TV 177 424 3 UK 2008 Sell This Version
dogdj2 Denise Lopez Don't You Wanna Be Mine(12", Promo) House Trained dogdj2 UK 2008 Sell This Version
1774242 Denise Lopez Don't You Wanna Be Mine(CD, Maxi, Promo) House Trained, Universal Music TV 1774242 UK 2008 Sell This Version
none Denise Lopez Don't You Wanna Be Mine(CD, Promo) House Trained none UK 2008 Sell This Version
1774242 Denise Lopez Don't You Wanna Be Mine(CD, Single) House Trained 1774242 UK & Europe 2008 Sell This Version
none Denise Lopez Don't You Wanna Be Mine(CDr, Promo) House Trained none UK 2008 Sell This Version
none Denise Lopez Don't You Wanna Be Mine(CDr, Single, Promo) House Trained none UK 2008 Sell This Version
none Denise Lopez Don't You Wanna Be Mine(CDr, Single, Promo, Car) House Trained none UK 2008 Sell This Version
AD-0001 Denise Lopez Don't You Wanna Be Mine(12") Missing Link (8) AD-0001 Unknown Sell This Version
AD-0001 Denise Lopez Don't You Wanna Be Mine(12", Promo) Missing Link (8) AD-0001 Unknown Sell This Version
75021 7043 1 Denise Lopez Don't You Wanna Be Mine(12", Unofficial) A&M Records (2) 75021 7043 1 Unknown Sell This Version
DANCE-007 Denise Lopez Don't You Wanna Be Mine(12", W/Lbl) Not On Label DANCE-007 Unknown Sell This Version

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Johnmarcus

Johnmarcus

September 9, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Don't You Wanna Be Mine, 12", Promo, 75021 7043 1

Huge tune with its instantly recognizable bassline when it drops - sending the dance floor into a frenzy, the track builds with its percussion, drum loops and rolls, then comes the vocal, strings and the synth lifting the track even further. You can take your pick on the mixes with the more commercial sounding vocal mixes, or the dub mixes with their more minimal feel, all are strong with the dub mixes. Track had big commercial success too.
wezbash

wezbash

March 1, 2011
referencing Don't You Wanna Be Mine, 12", Promo, 75021 7043 1

I've always wondered about this record as i own both copy's the promo and the more commercially available version why the commercial copy goes for more than the promo copy as when you look back on the classic old skool house records the white label or promo is much rarer and dearer in price than the more commercially available copy is this so because they made more copy's of the commercial copy than they did of the promo so lesser copy's of the promo got sent out before the actually release.
wezbash

wezbash

March 1, 2011
edited over 7 years ago
referencing Don't You Wanna Be Mine, 12", 75021 7043 1

This is another over priced record on the hard to find website now selling for £69.99 even tho it is a ture old skool house classic.
But are they selling a real copy or one of them very good fakes that are kicking about and wot we have talked abot on here.
No its a repress ive just looked again on their website cat number DL01 so £69.99 for a repress is a repress realy woth that much !
wezbash

wezbash

January 14, 2009
referencing Don't You Wanna Be Mine, 12", 75021 7043 1

The recent bootlegs have the same catalogue number as the original as they are proper fakes. From looking at the label you can tell they've been scanned into a computer and re-printed as the quality is inferior. Same goes for the sleeve, it's been scanned in and some of the edges don't match up properly. The vinyl is quite thick and heavier than an original, and the sound quality is, to put it mildly, proper shite.

And i hasten to add COPY not booty as some of the tracks are actually off of the original stampers so they are exactly the same as the orginals ,

looking at the Denise Lopez & Ce Ce Rogers records the colours or print havent been lined up properly so it gives it a kinda trippy feel if you know when youve seen a picture in the newspaper that hasnt printed right ,

It is all so said their are 100% copys of k l f's Last train to trancentral remix ,
mikeyeagle

mikeyeagle

April 16, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Don't You Wanna Be Mine, 12", 75021 7043 1
Until recently, it took a lot of money to obtain a copyof this in decent condition but someone has gone and done a re-press. For those wanting to ensure they get an original if you are looking to buy, represses have a cat # DL-001 on the run-out groove, whereas the original has 75021 7043 1 followed by "Herbie Jnr" and a small face drawn in. The sleeve also shows a few minor differences, such as depth of colour in places, and size of spine font.

It has to be said that this is up there with the likes of Ce Ce Rogers' "Someday" as one of those masterpieces. I played it out recently and the reaction was amazing. An absolute stunner.
manchester

manchester

September 5, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
referencing Don't You Wanna Be Mine, 12", 75021 7043 1

The Clivilles & Cole House Dub was an absolute Hacienda bomb & completely and utterly rocks. Many DJs such as Sasha (many people forget that this man built his reputation on cheesy piano house) opted for the more cheesier Vocal Club mix, while the more discerning DJs (from that era) such as Graeme Park & Mike Pickering played the House Dub on the b side. The tune builds and builds with only minimal vocal refrains and then reaches the ultimate crescendo with a banging succession of organ stabs that would rock any dancefloor. Still sounds fresh today.