Musk Men ‎– I Never Thought / Explosions

Musk Records ‎– MR 001
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Unofficial Release

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A I Never Thought
Vocals [Uncredited] – Sade AduWritten-By – S. Day*
B Explosions
Vocals [Uncredited] – Rosie GainesWritten-By – P. Mann

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Some copies credit "Sade" and not "S. Day" as writer of the A-side track.

Produced at Cutcha Studios
Flat Music Publ. BMI
Manufactured and distributed by Mass Murderers Incorporated

Side A: Thanks to Steve Rogers and Donald Blake
Side B: Thanks to Janet and Henry Pym

A-side is a remix of "Sade - I Never Thought I'd See The Day".

B-side is a remix of "Rosie Gaines - Exploding All Over Europe".

Exploding All Over Europe was originally offered as a download (in remixed form, as Exploding All Over Europe (Junior Vasquez Dance Mix)) by in 2005, following an unofficial release as a white label 12" single in 2000. In 2007, two further remixes by Junior Vasquez were included on a digital re-release of Rosie Gaines' 1997 single I Surrender. The track was co-written by Ingrid Chavez and Prince and the original version (before remixing) is believed to have been produced by Prince, but this is unconfirmed. While specific recording dates for the track are not known, it is likely that initial tracking took place in 1991 or 1992. The track was copyrighted on 16 February, 1993. It is likely that Junior Vasquez's remixes were made around this time also (given his involvement in many Prince-related tracks from 1989-1992), but this is unconfirmed.
This version included here by the Musk Men is different yet again.

The names of the credits are all the secret identities of members of The Avengers (Marvel Comics); Simon Williams is Wonder Man, Steve Rogers is Captain America, Donald Blake is Thor, Janet Pym is The Wasp and Henry Pym is Yellow Jacket, the original Ant Man & the original Giant Man.


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February 10, 2018
Thank god Hani himself remastered this gem, absolutely amazing to hear this the way its meant


June 11, 2015
edited over 5 years ago

who needs the kupfer edit when you've got this?


June 29, 2007
edited over 13 years ago

Fabulously sultry Sade side in a deep house meets teary, soulful, yet deer-in-the-headlights captivating lyrics. B side, unfortunately, isn't on the same level as the diva-esque lyrics are uplifting enough but unsupported by a slightly Eurovision cheese tainted background.