Various ‎– Let's Have Some Music Now / Hands Up

Future Records (5) ‎– NW-8104
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Mixed, Unofficial Release


Let's Have Some Music Now 13:20
A1 The Gap Band Burn Rubber
A2 Blondie Rapture
A3 The Police Voices Inside My Head
A4 Blondie Heart Of Glass
A5 Sly & The Family Stone Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)
A6 The Clash Lightning Strikes (not Once But Twice)
A7 Jimmy "Bo" Horne Spank
A8 Banbarra Shack Up
A9 Wild Cherry Play That Funky Music
A10 Ohio Players Fire
A11 Unknown Artist Unknown Song
A12 Jimmy "Bo" Horne Dance Across The Floor
A13 KC & The Sunshine Band That's The Way (I Like It)
A14 KC & The Sunshine Band Get Down Tonight
A15 Jimmy "Bo" Horne Get Happy
A16 Babe Ruth The Mexican
A17 Unknown Artist Unknown Song
A18 Roxy Music Love Is The Drug
A19 The Sweet Love Is Like Oxygen
A20 Grand Funk Railroad Bad Time (To Be In Love)
A21 Unknown Artist Unknown Song
A22 Tavares It Only Takes A Minute
A23 GQ Disco Nights (Rock Freak)
A24 Boney M. Do You Wanna Bump
A25 The Glitter Band Makes You Blind
A26 Boney M* Daddy Cool
A27 Boney M. Ma Baker
A28 C.J. & Co Devils Gun
A29 Gloria Gaynor Reach Out I'll Be There
A30 Donna Summer I Feel Love
A31 Giorgio Moroder From Here To Eternity
A32 Grand Funk* We're An American Band
A33 Lipps, Inc. Funky Town
A34 Kiss I Was Made For Loving You
A35 Deep Purple Woman From Tokyo
A36 Sweet* Fox On The Run
A37 Bachman-Turner Overdrive Takin' Care Of Business
A38 The Incredible Bongo Band Bongo Rock
Hands Up 9:16
B1 The Police Don't Stand So Close To Me
B2 The Police De Doo Doo Doo, De Da Da Da
B3 The Police Message In A Bottle
B4 The Police Regatta De Blanc
B5 The Police Driven To Tears
B6 The Police It's Alright For You

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This records contains the same Disco Medleys found on (Manhattan ‎SM-005) Various - Bandit

POLICE Medley featuring: Don't Stand So Close To Me; De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da; Message In A Bottle and many others.

℗ © 1981 Future Records
Made In USA



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November 2, 2015

Damacofe was a famous DJ from the 80's based in Quebec City, Canada: Daniel Coulombe. His partner was Manuel Ferreira. They came up with the name DAMACOFE with the first 2 letters of their respective first & last name. Coulombe is a very talented DJ and musical artist who among other thing, produce a famous remix of B-52's. He also worked with Indochine.