S'Express ‎– Superfly Guy

Rhythm King Records ‎– LEFT 28T
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Green Title & Artist Name

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Platform 1
A Superfly Guy
Mixed By – The Marks BrothersVocals [Additional] – Steam (3)
Platform 2
B1 Lolly-Pop
Mixed By – The Marks Brothers
B2 Funky Killer
Mixed By – Mark Moore, Pascal Gabriel

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This is the first UK edition with green writing on front cover, as opposed to the second edition that has this in yellow.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 016026 202286
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): LEFT 28T-A ✕ MAX
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): LEFT-28T-B ✕ MAX

Other Versions (5 of 41) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
C1 75233 S'Express Superfly Guy(12") Capitol Records C1 75233 Canada 1988 Sell This Version
LEFT 28T S'Express Superfly Guy(12") Rhythm King Records LEFT 28T Germany 1988 Sell This Version
LEFT R28T S'Express Superfly Guy (Limited Edition Remix)(12", TP) Rhythm King Records LEFT R28T UK 1988 Sell This Version
LEFT 28T S'Express Superfly Guy(12", Yel) Rhythm King Records LEFT 28T UK 1988 Sell This Version
LEFT 28CD S'Express Superfly Guy(CD, Single) Rhythm King Records LEFT 28CD UK 1988 Sell This Version


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May 1, 2017
edited 7 months ago
The Drum Break on ''Funky Killer'' is taken from 'Quiller - Quiller' UK 7' on BBC Records 1975!


March 17, 2011
Samples: Vivien Vee "Give me a break" (break) & Bt Express "Discotizer" (vocals)


December 31, 2001
As per the 12" version of "Theme from S'Express", this longer mix of "Superfly guy" includes a couple of pervy samples around the middle section. It ends with a sample of a Texas radio broadcast - "…ain't nothing going on" and is a work of genius. "Lollypop", on the b-side, is based around a repeated sample of a voice saying "suck it", which is juxtaposed against various sampled "replies" such as "no thank you" or "okay, I will". The track was reworked as "Blow me another lollypop" on the first S'Express album "Original soundtrack" (Rhythm King, LEFT8, 1988), although I prefer this version. "Funky killer" is built around a taut two-note bassline, with some sinister ambient effects on top .