Grace Jones ‎– Love On Top Of Love (Killer Kiss)

Capitol Records ‎– V-15508
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single


A1 Love On Top Of Love (Killer Kiss) (The Funky Dred Club Mix) 6:21
A2 Love On Top Of Love (Killer Kiss) (The Funky Dred Dub Mix) 6:26
B1 Love On Top Of Love (Killer Kiss) (Grace's Swing Mix) 7:32
B2 Love On Top Of Love (Killer Kiss) (The Cole & Clivilles Garage House Mix) 7:45



℗© 1989 Capitol Records, Inc. A Subsidiary of Capitol - EMI Music, Inc. Hollywood and Vine Streets, Hollywood, California.

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February 16, 2013
The US 12" of this single has "label/track list" issues.
In terms of the B side;
The RECORD hub label is correct. Grace's Swing Mix is first, and then the C&C Garage House Mix is second. This is how they appear on the vinyl, and the Garage House Mix is actually the "Vacuum Paradise" version.
The JACKET backside has an error. It lists the Garage Mix first, and the Swing Mix second. This is INCORRECT.

The re-release of the BULLETPROOF HEART CD validates my previous note, as it has the SWING MIX as a bonus track, and it's the version that starts off with a piece of Slave To The Rhythm blended into it and, in essence, is an extended version of the album cut.

So the bottom line is simple: The SWING MIX is the "slave to the rhythm mixed in" version which is a lot like the album version. The C&C Garage House Mix is the one that is a complete re-work of the song which has Grace speaking, and there are TWO versions of it.

To help all fellow fans in "Grace-Land," I have named the two versions of the C&C Garage House Mix to identify them both;

C&C Garage House Mix [It'll Make You Come And Get It Mix]*
C&C Garage House Mix [Vacuum Paradise Mix]**

* This version starts off with a beat and music and then Grace says "It'll make you...come and get it."

**This version starts off with NO music, and Grace speaking acapella saying "Vacuum Paradise" with a reverb effect.

The version on THIS US 12" is the Vacuum Paradise mix.

I hope this helps.
Thank you,
Mathew J. Russo



August 24, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

Back in 1989, the "The Cole & Clivilles Garage House Mix" had one of the most powerfull bassline around & the "Put Some Grace In Your Face" lyrics from Grace Jones were used here by C & C for maximum effect. Something strange is that the German pressing (& UK also) of this version is only 7:10 and built in a total different way, no long intro with G. Jones 's lyrics but the straight "in your face" bassline, and the whole remix, although being named the same, seems like a totally re-edited one .
Also note that some releases have both mixes, with the "Garage House Mix" being named "Grace's Swing Mix"....a bit confusing …
Both are killer remixes & must have, best result when mixed together.