Mickey Oliver Vocals By Shanna Jae ‎– In-Ten-Si-T

M Records (6) ‎– M-1, M Records (6) ‎– 6757
Vinyl, LP, Album, Partially Mixed

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Never Let Go (A Ralphi Rosario Mix)
Remix – Ralphi RosarioVocals – Mickey*, Shanna Jag*
A2 You Make Me
Vocals – Jesse Rodriguez
A3 In-Ten-Si-T
Vocals – Mickey*, Ralphi*
A4 Pump Up The Beat
Scratches [Scratch By] – Johnny "Wild Boy" B*
B1 Heart On Hold (A Mario Diaz Mix)
Remix – Mario DiazVocals – Shanna Jag*
B2 I Like It
Vocals – Shanna Jag*
B3 Mega "Mixin" 7:38

Companies, etc.



Side A, despite having track spacing on the vinyl, plays as one continuous track. Total running time is listed on the label as: 19:47.

The jacket lists a catalogue number 6757. The center label and dead-wax inscriptions say M-1.

Center labels list Patty Firrincili as the mastering engineer but runout etchings indicate Phil Austin's involvement.
Center labels also show all tracks are written by Mickey Oliver and Cheese but sleeve indicates Dezz was involved with track B2, 'I Like It'.
Front sleeve states 'Vocals by' Shanna Jae but center labels list other vocal artists on each track.

Special thanks to Hot Mix 5 for "Just a tease", "Rhythm of the beat", "You used to hold me", "Jackin' national anthem".

Cover: M M Records
Labels: M-Records.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): M - 1 - A MASTERED BY TRUTONE -Pa-PF - 2.88
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): M - 1 - B MASTERED BY TRUTONE -Pa-PF - 2-88
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
6757 Mickey Oliver Vocals By Shanna Jae Mickey Oliver Vocals By Shanna Jae - In-Ten-Si-T(Cass, Album) M Records (6) 6757 US Unknown Sell This Version
MM-6757, 6757 Mickey Oliver Vocals By Shanna Jae Mickey Oliver Vocals By Shanna Jae - In-Ten-Si-T(CD, Album) M Records (6), M Records (6) MM-6757, 6757 US Unknown Sell This Version



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November 18, 2010
Something I would have enjoyed more as a child, when little I really dug InTenSiT (which for some reason I always read as intense it). Its speak and spell lyrics and acid bass was like nothing else, except other Mix releases. Most of Side A is devoted to these which I really don't get now, they're great but leave me cold whereas if I were still a nipper with my walkman and bundles of tapes would find greater favour.

No if you want the absolute best thing on here, then its the uplifing heart on hold on side b. A mix of Synthpop, Italo Disco and Hi Nrg quite possibly old house in a nutshell.