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    Jacqui BrookesLost Without Your Love

    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Disco
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    Tracklist

    Lost Without Your Love3:49
    Epic4:55

    Notes

    This Master Release includes all editions of "Lost Without Your Love". Early UK editions were credited to the band Intro. Other editions were credited to Intro's vocalist, Jacqui Brookes.

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    Version DetailsData Quality
    Cover of Lost Without Your Love, 1983, VinylLost Without Your Love
    12"
    MCA Records – MCAT 819UK1983UK1983
    New Submission
    Cover of Lost Without Your Love, 1983, VinylLost Without Your Love
    7", 45 RPM, Single
    MCA Records – MCA 819UK1983UK1983
    New Submission
    Cover of Lost Without Your Love, 1983, VinylLost Without Your Love
    7", 45 RPM
    MCA Records – MCA 836UK1983UK1983
    New Submission
    Cover of Lost Without Your Love, 1984, VinylLost Without Your Love
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo
    MCA Records – MCA3736, MCA Records – L33-1153US1984US1984
    Cover of Lost Without Your Love, 1984, VinylLost Without Your Love
    7", 45 RPM, Single
    MCA Records – 259 495-7, MCA Records – 259 495-7 (N)Germany1984Germany1984
    Cover of Lost Without Your Love, 1984, VinylLost Without Your Love
    7", Promo
    MCA Records – MCA-52334US1984US1984
    New Submission
    Cover of Lost Without Your Love, , VinylLost Without Your Love
    7", 45 RPM, Promo
    MCA Records – MCA-52334USUS
    New Submission

    Reviews

    • saucer-people's avatar
      Edited one year ago
      Such an extraordinary release and I have to give credit to the old Beat Electric blog for this discovery. All three tracks are just classics of the genre (though what that genre exactly is, is difficult to express as the release occupies that inbetween space that seems to soak up all the influences of the early eighties).
      'Intro' is exactly that, a Morricone tinged bubbling brook of synth pop and strings while the main track Lost Without Your Love kicks off with some serious electro-funk beats before blending dancefloor proto-house with Italo-Disco flourishes touches of strident gothic.
      The stand out track is only available on the 12 Inch and 'Lost Mix (Muzak Superior)' is perhaps a fitting title for one of those tracks that never seems to get old or die on the dancefloor. I described it lazily as Bauhaus meets the Peech Boys (perhaps in a lift with...) and while that doesn't perhaps accurately reflect the music itself, that genre defying/merging aesthetic is definitely there.
      Astonished that this hasn't had the reissue or re-edit treatment which is why the 12 Inch still goes for a reasonable price.
      A essential addition to any open minded dance/electronic collection.
      Note: It's only the UK 12 Inch that has the three full length tracks mentioned above, the American 12 Inch excludes 'Intro' for some inexplicable reason.