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Robin S.What I Do Best

Label:Rhythm Records – RHYTHM 031-3
Format:
CD, Maxi-Single
Country:Netherlands
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:House

Tracklist

1What I Do Best (Radio Mix)
RemixTony King & Asha*
4:26
2What I Do Best (Work Mix)6:05
3Show Me Love (Stone's Club Mix)
RemixStoneBridge
7:50
4Show Me Love (Kerri's Madhouse Mix)
RemixKerri Chandler
6:15
5Show Me Love (Power Radio Mix)4:14
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Notes

The fifth track on this CD release doesn't appear on the tracklisting.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): RHYTHM031-3 14 A3 [DADC Austria Logo]

Other Versions (5 of 19)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
What I Do Best / Show Me Love (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Rhythm RecordsRHYTHM 031-5Netherlands1993
Recently Edited
What I Do Best (12", 45 RPM)ChampionCHAMP 12.307UK1993
What I Do Best (12", White Label)BMG74321 18174 1Germany1993
Recently Edited
What I Do Best (CD, Maxi-Single)Big Bubbles74321 17644 2Germany1993
Recently Edited
What I Do Best (7", 45 RPM, Single)ChampionCHAMP 307UK1993

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Reviews

  • GoodNF's avatar
    GoodNF
    After "Show Me Love" and "Luv 4 Luv", lead singer Robin S(tone) revealed that she preferred to sing ballads to dance tracks. So next single was going to be a ballad. I was wondering what the CDM format of the single would be. Usually, one gets a radio edit, an album and an instrumental, that's it. In this case, I was not disappointed.

    While everybody is cheering about Kerri Chandler's version of "Show Me Love", my highlight was the Work remix of "What I Do Best". It was one of the first collaborations of Olav Basoski and DJ Erick E(erdhuijzen); before, Basoski made solo tracks under the name Sil (such as "Windows"). They started a record label named Work, in the same league as DJ Zki & Dobre's Fresh Fruit label; hence the name "Work mix" of this version.

    Olav and Erick kept the vocals to a minimum in favour of a sort of disco dub. Handclaps, "Strictly Rhythmic" sound patterns, Robin uttering "ooh" with a keyboard replying it half a bar later, and at times, a looped "what I do (best)". This version was setting dance floors alight in The Netherlands and was even used in its full unedited six minutes on dance music compilations, such as Various - Mega Dance '94.

    Pity no radio edit was made of this mix. I think the song would have charted higher than the ballad version.

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