Aly-UsFollow Me

Label:Strictly Rhythm – SR1288
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Style:Deep House, Garage House, House


AFollow Me (Club Mix)6:15
B1Follow Me (Dub Mix)5:42
B2Follow Me (Instrumental Mix)6:20

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Special thanks to God, Disciple, Bobby Konders, Wild Pitch, Camacho, Pump Nation, Kevin ”O”, Diane F. Raysor and our Moms. In remembrance of Aunt Betty.

℗ © 1992 Strictly Rhythm Records, Inc.

Strictly Rhythm Records Inc., 1650 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10019

A very similar version exists with different pressing rings.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 3218-31288-1 2
  • Barcode (Scanned): 732183128812
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): SR1288 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): SR1288B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): SR1288-A S2 Dmm Europadisk NY
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): SR1288-B Dmm Europadisk NY S2

Other Versions (5 of 42)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Follow Me (12")Natural RecordsNT 6704045Netherlands1992
Follow Me (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Cooltempo12COOL 266UK1992
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Follow Me (CD, Maxi-Single)Natural RecordsNT 6704043Netherlands1992
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Follow Me (CD, Single)Cooltempo, Cooltempo, Cooltempocdcool266, cdcool 266, 0946 3 23920 2 2UK & Europe1992
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Follow Me (Remixes) (12", Promo)Cooltempo, Cooltempo12COOLDJX 266, 12cooldjx266UK1992



  • JUSTGROOVES's avatar
    The Promo is a great pressing and half the price if you're needing to save some dollars :)
    • Wolfgang_Amadidas's avatar
      A classic, even though the vocals are hilariously out of tune lmao.
      • LeviB74's avatar
        I can remember this when it first came out. Very different but also very likable. I've only just noticed that the acid house pioneer himself DJ Pierre is an executive producer. Who knew?
        • tobymessy's avatar
          Edited one year ago
          I don’t entirely know what the draw of tracks like this is, sorry - please educate. The dub mix is more my thing…I have loads of strictly rhythm 12”s. I don’t find it that soulful. It’s just annoying. No hate, wish someone could explain it to me. Never got on board
          • CleverHans's avatar
            To my ears, Basement Chord by Washerman has the same vibe as the Dub Mix here. Any takers?
            • rubbersoul2's avatar
              _+_+_+ W.A.R. Thats awsome i bet it lifted of that night i see you .
              see i have a lot of brothersn sisters here YEAH! LETS GO ! from just the best days 92 solidarity from the dance floor spread out n scatter i just couldent wate to mix this in like the Murk sound /// little india ,
              not much love around now far as i see .
              • W.A.R's avatar
                Back in '92 I lived in Switzerland , there was a big party scene there at that time . I actually met George Morel the night he played this track the very first time I heard it , no kidding ... you had to be there .
                • ConsciousRythmZ's avatar
                  This release was when Strictly Rhythm was killing the vinyls back to back hits. Couldn't wait to go to Bates on Delancey street NYC to get my records. Hits at that time came with different clubs and so many beautiful memories. Just one of the many songs you sang everyday!
                  • jamesclough6's avatar
                    Absolute anthem. Something different at the time and really stood out in the clubs. Agree with the other review about strictly label these days....really dire now, used to put out quality week after week.
                    • 12_Inch_Remixes_plus's avatar
                      To me you really had to experience it at the time it came out.


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