SylvesterI Need Somebody To Love Tonight (Psychemagik Remix)

Label:Craft Recordings – CR00153
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Style:Disco, Electro, Downtempo


AI Need Somebody To Love Tonight (Psychemagik Remix)
BI Need Somebody To Love Tonight (Disco Mix)5:58

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The Disco Mix is actually the instrumental version released as the B-side of the international "I (Who Have Nothing)" 12" singles, previously included by Craft on For Discos Only (Indie Dance Music From Fantasy & Vanguard Records 1976–1981).

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  • Barcode: 8 88072 07741 6

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I Need Somebody To Love Tonight (Psychemagik Remix) (File, MP3, Single, 320 kbps)Craft RecordingsCR015362018
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I Need Somebody To Love Tonight (Psychemagik Remix) (File, FLAC, Single)Craft RecordingsCR01536USA & Europe2018



  • New.Love.Unlimited's avatar
    Fortunately, my pressing doesn't suffer the issues that some of the comments below have encountered. That being said — Both sides sound great. I love the instrumental on side B but I really wish they would have indicated it was an instrumental on the sleeve. Also, instead of the (subtle, tasteful) remix on Side A, Just having the original on side A would've been preferable to me. Satisfied more than expected either way :-)
    • bill82's avatar
      Edited 3 years ago
      Just arrived, opened shrink to find pressing issues (centre is off so Psychemagik mix feels seriously loose when queuing up and could easily jump / skip as not supported by the vinyl sitting flatly (vinyl is inverted/warped). Such as a shame. Please check before buying online :)
      • listoid's avatar
        I really dislike this edit, to me the original version is perfect, I was curious to see what had been done but I regard the plodding electronic bassline as a unforgivable disparagement against music's magic potential, this song doesn't pick up for me until the end where other elements from the original mix come in,

        original still gives me goosebumps and while collecting the hard to find original instrumental which is not available on every release is a good idea the A side edit should have definitely been reconsidered until it provided at least as much emotion as the original vocal version. Just my opinion,
        • REENO's avatar
          Edited 5 years ago
          VERY nice re-working which keeps in the spirit of the original, just updating it slightly with some different patches and (much needed) hi-hats and deeper kick drum.

          On the flip, we have the original INSTRUMENTAL mix, but what a shame that every copy I find has this pressed hideously OFF-CENTER. (too bad)
          • AZNRGcollectables's avatar
            Edited 5 years ago
            Looks like the instrumental side (aka Disco Mix) has some pressing issues. The grooves weave from side to side , and unfortunately you can hear it. Compare this 12" with the For Discos Only vinyl boxed set version, there's a difference. Both were pressed by Craft Recordings. It needs a re-press :-(
            • AZNRGcollectables's avatar
              Edited 5 years ago
              This 12" is pressed on 180 Gram vinyl. Though released by Craft Recordings, they still have gone with the original Fantasy label that reads FOR DISCOS ONLY. Side B is listed as "Disco Mix" but actually it's not any kind of remix at all, and is a full instrumental version that shows how Patrick Cowley's synthesizer magic is what made this a great song.


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