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    Whitney HoustonLove Will Save The Day

    Label:Arista – ADP-9739
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    Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo
    Country:US
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    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Garage House

    Tracklist

    A1Love Will Save The Day (The Underground Mix)7:30
    A2Love Will Save The Day (The Underground Edit)5:40
    B1Love Will Save The Day (Dub)5:30
    B2Love Will Save The Day (Instrumental)5:40
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    PROMOTIONAL COPY
    "The Underground Mix" (track A1) was also released on the UK dj-only DMC remix service September 88 - Mixes 2 and the Canadian CD-Maxi Single Could I Have This Kiss Forever.

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    • Rights Society: BMI

    Other Versions (5 of 41)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Love Will Save The Day (Extended Club Mix) (CD, Single, Picture Disc)Arista661-516Europe1988
    Love Will Save The Day (12")AristaAD1-9721US1988
    Love Will Save The Day (7")Arista111 516Netherlands1988
    Love Will Save The Day (Extended Remix) (12", 45 RPM)Arista611 516Germany1988
    Love Will Save The Day (7", 45 RPM, Single, SRC Pressing)AristaAS1-9720US1988

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    nychousedj
    Only 250 copies of this promo 12" single were ever pressed, according to David Morales himself, in an interview with Music Week UK magazine. His quote from the December 3, 1994 issue, regarding his experience remixing the track:

    “My second commissioned remix. It was hard to get, and I made it a success, but the record company rejected it. I think they rejected it because it was too black and too dark. The only person I gave it to in New York was Frankie Knuckles – we played it and everybody was asking for it. Someone else remixed it in the end – a poppy remix – but DJ’s were asking for the Morales remix. The pop mix had no balls. In the end they had to press 250 copies for us DJ’s. About 2 years ago DMC put it out on a compilation – it had a huge buzz. It hurt they rejected it – I was devastated and it was essential to get the record out: for my resume, for more work.”