Robin S* ‎– Show Me Love

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Big Beat ‎– DMD 1962
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Vinyl, 12", Promo
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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CHAMP 12-247 Robin Stone (2) Show Me Love(12") Champion CHAMP 12-247 UK 1990 Sell This Version
PRCD 5091 Robin S. Show Me Love(CD, Maxi, Promo) Big Beat PRCD 5091 US 1993 Sell This Version
MRCS 2552 Robin S. Show Me Love(7", Single) Mega Records MRCS 2552 Denmark 1993 Sell This Version
74321 15114 1 Robin S* Show Me Love (The Remixes)(12") Big Bubbles 74321 15114 1 Germany 1993 Sell This Version
EMI 5515012 Robin S. Show Me Love (2002 Remixes)(CD, Maxi) MP1 EMI 5515012 Denmark 2002 Sell This Version

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Marnacle

Marnacle

July 11, 2009
"Show Me Love" Is just Out of control! Out here in SF california You can play this at any party and watch people's eyes light up. They all love this song but don't know who it's by and can't find it. When those Korg M-1 organs drop everybody hits the floor ... And then when Robin comes in like "aaaAAAAHHHHHWHoahoahoaHoho! Yeah yeah!" Little hearts slip out from everybodies skin and float around the room. People are Jacking and smiling ear to ear.. DJ's Need this record. Your gonna wanna play the Stonebridge club mix. The "New club mix" takes too long to drop and spoils the surprise, there is too much time between the M-1 organ drop and the first vocals. The "Nick Nice Eagle mix" has a completely different melody which doesn't make sense since every one loves this song for it's great synth line. I could see the "old school mix" working at some parties where the crowd already knows this song really well and wants something new. It keeps the melody but uses an 80's chicago house sounding bass synth (not acid sorry). Just play the "Stonebridge Mix" it's the strongest mix. One of the mixes ends with an accapella skat loop from Robin. "Do do DO do Do do DO da da da" Wich some people have sampled. For more... Partyeffects.Biz