The Todd Terry Project ‎– Just Wanna Dance / Weekend

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Fresh Records ‎– FRE-80125
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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X1 Just Wanna Dance (Club Version)
Edited By – Chep "Just Wanna Edit" Nunez*Mastered By – Herb "Dancing Machine" Powers*Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – Todd Terry
5:35
X2 Just Wanna Dance (Radio Version)
Edited By – Chep "Just Wanna Edit" Nunez*Mastered By – Herb "Dancing Machine" Powers*Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – Todd Terry
3:20
Y1 Weekend (Club Version)
Edited By – Chep "Editing For The Weekend" Nunez*Mastered By – Herb "Weekend Warrior" Powers*Remix – Todd TerryWritten-By – J. Calloway*, L. Burgess*
5:48
Y2 Weekend (Radio Version)
Edited By – Chep "Editing For The Weekend" Nunez*Mastered By – Herb "Weekend Warrior" Powers*Remix – Todd TerryWritten-By – J. Calloway*, L. Burgess*
3:24

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"Just Wanna Dance" written, produced & mixed for Kaze Productions.
"Weekend" remixed for Kaze Productions.
Mastered at Frankford/Wayne.
℗ & © 1988

There's a different pressing with the same cat# where "Weekend" is on side X & "Just Wanna Dance" on side Y.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 031198012513
  • Barcode (Text): 0 3119-80125-1 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched side Y): F/W HERBIE ☺FOUND A FRIEND FOR THE WEEKEND
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched side Y): FRE - 80125 - Y - 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched side X): F/W HERBIE ☺TODD JUST WANTS TO DANCE WITH YOU !!
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched side X): FRE - 80125 - X - 1

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May 22, 2017

Although the main mix of Weekend was probably a much bigger club track and quite an anthem compared to Just Wanna Dance, I've always felt it was too handbag for my liking.

However, with anything truly special, it needs to be mentioned last... In this case it's all about those strange, trippy, pitch bent hypnotic synths of Just Wanna Dance. Slowed down Bambaataa vocal chants, edits and skippy beats, stabs, syncopated latino style keyboard riffs and basslines for me. An all time, absolutely essential, underground warehouse classic which reminds me how awesome underground clubbing and raving was back in 1988/1989 with tracks like this one.