Earth People ‎– Dance

Label:
Underworld Records ‎– AP 146, Apexton Records ‎– AP 146
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A Dance (Club Mix) 4:10
B1 Dance (Dub Mix) 4:34
B2 Dance (Beats) 3:56

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Manufactured by Apexton Records

Stereo

Ropiak Bros./BMI © ℗ 1990
Produced by Joey Longo for Pal Joey Productions
Pal Joey Music/ASCAP
"Edit Arrangement By Julio Rodriguez" For Main Line Music Prod.

Recorded at The Rock Studios
© ℗ 1990 Underworld Records
Distributed by MTI

Comes in a stock Apexton cardboard sleeve.
Contains samples taken from: Carl Bean - I Was Born This Way - Motown - US - 1977.

Track A time misprinted as 4:33
Track B1 time misprinted as 3:55
Track B2 time misprinted as 1:42

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout): AP146-A RE1
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout): AP146 B RE1

Other Versions (5 of 15) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CAB 010 Earth People Dance(3xFile, MP3, 320) Cabaret CAB 010 US 2008
AP 146 Earth People Dance(12", Promo) Underworld Records, Apexton Records AP 146 US 1990 Sell This Version
AP 146 Earth People Dance(12") Underworld Records, Apexton Records AP 146 US 1990 Sell This Version
AP 146 Earth People Dance(12", MP, M/Print) Underworld Records, Apexton Records AP 146 US 1990 Sell This Version
CAB010 Earth People Dance(12", RE) Cabaret CAB010 US 2016 Sell This Version

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freddyfresh

freddyfresh

December 26, 2016
Back in 1990 I was just hanging around the offices of Renaldo the owner of this label and he told me Dance had sold over 90,000 copies Joey signed a copy for me and I still have it.. such a monster tune, later recorded 4 records for his labels great times,,,
emrespalace

emrespalace

October 27, 2016
Sounds like Point G a wee bit no . . .?
dylaf

dylaf

September 15, 2015
Pal Joey is responsible for some class material, especially on his own 'Loop D' Loop' label- but this really is a godly moment. I'd put it down to the balance between soulful, trance like subtlety & a relentless, don't stop rolling arrangement. Either way, from Lil' Louis to Derrick May, nobody ignored this record. Only a classic sounds this good years down the line. Its aged better than me, anyhow ;)
meltdog

meltdog

August 28, 2015
@baj just listening to it again, and it's an amazing tune. the dance beats are great . See why Mills was attracted to it.
Fernand8

Fernand8

March 4, 2015

Sets the standard of Club House that is churting (in a good sense) and that went on from 1990-1995. Next quality track is 1992 "Blunted Dummies - House For All".
baj

baj

April 15, 2014

@meltdog: yes, though I think he could also have worked with Lenoir & Thompson's remix here: http://www.discogs.com/Tikkle-The-Sublime-Bubbles/release/44394
inertia27

inertia27

March 20, 2014
a masterpiece of house music
meltdog

meltdog

January 10, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
did jeff mills sample this track ? the beats mix, im sure ive heard this on a mills 12"
dmp

dmp

August 17, 2011

This track also includes a vocal sample of "Chic – Dance, Dance, Dance" (1977).