Sandée* ‎– Notice Me

Fever Records ‎– SF 829
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A1 Notice Me (Club Vocal) 7:42
A2 Notice Me (Drumpella) 5:33
B1 Notice Me (Notice The House Mix) 8:30
B2 Notice Me (Dubbin' At Studio 54) 4:12

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Run-out on A-side: "It's pumped" - "It's done properly"
Produced, arranged & mixed for Done Properly Productions.
Edited for Quick Cut Productions.
Mastered at Frankford/Wayne.
Published by Tipper Music, Inc. / Robi-Rob-Music (ASCAP).
Marketed and distributed by Sutra Records, Inc.
(P) 1988 Fever Records

Also available pressed by Rainbo Records.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (SIDE A): F/W HERBIE JR :^) "IT'S PUMPED" SF-829-A C1 "G1 "IT'S DONE PROPERLY" XB14
  • Matrix / Runout (SIDE B): A10 F/W HERBIE JR :^) SF-829-B-C12 <. G1

Other Versions (5 of 17) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SF 1919 Sandee Notice Me(7", Single) Fever Records SF 1919 US 1988 Sell This Version
B-MX-1219 Sandee Notice Me(12", Maxi) Grind B-MX-1219 Spain 1989 Sell This Version
DV 060 Sandée* Notice Me (1994 Remixes)(12", Promo, W/Lbl) D:vision Records DV 060 Italy 1994 Sell This Version
SF 829 Sandée* Notice Me(12") Fever Records SF 829 US 1988 Sell This Version
DA 75071 Sandée* Notice Me(CD, Maxi) Da Records DA 75071 Germany 1989 Sell This Version


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May 10, 2018
edited about 1 year ago

Like a few others have already alluded to. This release was always and will only be about the Notice The House Mix. No other version comes close. Deep, hot, sweaty, raw and seriously infectious. One of the most profound basslines of that era. Solid kicks, reverbed, gated snares, super crisp drum programming, hypnotic flutey synth and Sandee's interspersed edited echoing vocals. Massive during the so called UK Summers Of Love 1988 - 1989 moving into 1990. On most DJs' playlists from pirate radio, dodgy dark clubs to massive raves in fields. When pure house music still had a real serious edge and Chicago, NYC, NJ, Detroit, Toronto basslines ruled the roost.


January 23, 2018
Love all the variants of notice me... haunting vocal tones.... My all time favourite version is of sandee notice me track but its a early 90's hardcore / techno bleep / breakbeat flip using the notice me vocals .. a favourite of stu allan in many of his uk hardcore / breakbeat sets .. in fact i think i heard it first on his sunday evening radio show -- "souled out, with stu allan"... anyone able to clear the mist and tell me the artist name of it as i so want to be buying it now im all grown up with my very own funds!!! i think it was something like uxb notice me uk white label track????anyone free chicken if you can assist.. TY AndroYD


February 26, 2017
Ha I've just purchased this again due to skank twas, it's a masterpiece.


February 13, 2013
edited over 6 years ago
What is all this mentioning of the house version? Its nice, but I like the Freestyle Vocal the best; Classic C&C Freestyle..


March 25, 2011
One of the firsts serious house records I had back in 1989, since then, going in and out of my bag from time to time!!


December 31, 2007
edited over 8 years ago

I was late to the party with this record. The first time I heard it, or recall hearing it, was at Deep in Los Angeles. David Morales laid this one down. White label of course. I had to find Marques Wyatt to find out the name of the track. One week later I found it digging in the bins at Amoeba Music. Definitely a timeless piece of music and one of the better remixes by Civilles & Cole. Deep and dark. Must have for any serious collector.


October 24, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

The common househead will surely recognize Sandée's "Notice Me" in Kenny Dope's plain rip off "Jam The Mace" under his House Syndicate moniker (1990). Too bad that apparently almost no one knows that this astonishing piece of music is the original version. Remarkable and top of the shelf record, top class. Strange that it doesn't get the merits that it deserves.


November 18, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

I didn't knew until I heard it, but artists such as Laurent Garnier used to play that magnificent House tune made by the masters Clivilles & Cole (there is a recorded set of the French DJ at Maximum Rave of 1991 with this classic on the repertory). To be Honest, I think it's one of the wickedest tunes made by C&C, it's pity that most of the people from the mainstream heard only about C&C Music Factory (even if this classic appeared on "Best Of House Music Vol 3" compilation).
Not only the hypnotic beats are impressive, but also the dub echoes of Sandra Casanas' vocals, which make this a very serious tune. I have heard a tune with very similar beat lines back in the beginning of the nineties, though with different vocals. Olivio Neres was the record store owner to introduce me "Notice Me" for the first time, I thank him for that.


September 24, 2005
edited over 14 years ago

Incredible deep bass heavy House music from two certified Dance music legends, Clivilles & Cole. This tune rocks like no other in a club and considering it was created in 1988, still sounds amazingly fresh today. Storming House music of the very highest order that is haunting & hypnotic and good for your bass bins man!