Raze ‎– Let The Music Move U

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Champion ‎– CHAMP 12-27
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A Let The Music Move U
Producer, Mixed By – Stephon Johnson, Vaughan MasonWritten-By – Stephon Johnson, Varryl Vano, V. Mason*, W. Sykes*
B1 Get Down
Mixed By, Written-By – Stephon Johnson, Vaughan MasonProducer – Vaughan Mason
B2 Control Me
Executive-Producer – Vaughan MasonMixed By – Ben Epps, Vaughan MasonProducer, Written-By – Ben Epps

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℗ & © 1987 Champion Records Ltd.
Published by Champion Music.
Made in England.

"Champion Records...A Step Ahead!" on back sleeve

Other Versions (5 of 9) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GR-007 Raze Let The Music Move U(12") Grove St. GR-007 US 1986 Sell This Version
GR-007 Raze Let The Music Move U(12", Gre) Grove St. GR-007 US 1986 Sell This Version
BOY-010 Raze Let The Music Move U(12") Boy Records (4) BOY-010 Spain 1987 Sell This Version
CHAMP X12-27, CHAMP X 12 27 Raze Let The Music Move U(12") Champion, Champion CHAMP X12-27, CHAMP X 12 27 UK 1987 Sell This Version
B.C. 12-2008-40 Raze Let The Music Move U(12") BCM Records B.C. 12-2008-40 Germany, Austria, & Switzerland 1987 Sell This Version

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djmi5

djmi5

September 25, 2017
Piano used later in Red Alert and Mike Slammers "In Effect"
Fronhornet

Fronhornet

November 18, 2010
A favourite of mine from way back in my schooldays. Let the music use u was the one I originally heard from the old Deep Heat compilations (back in those days I bought stuff on tape or not at all). Later I found a 12" version at a bootsale and found to my surprise that the B side tracks were pretty awesome too.

More Hi NRG in style than let the music use you, Control Me is the real stand out here, its chorus practically screams upbeat, whereas Get down is much more simpler with its pitch shifted samples of get down (all the rage in the 80's dudes and smart synth programming.
pcaroen

pcaroen

January 18, 2005
edited over 8 years ago

a good vision between TR808 an a TR909, this record was a kind of garage house, very electronic really interesting (heavy robot bass, and synthetics percussive drum) let's play