O.K. ‎– Okay! (Mixed Media Edit)

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Seven Eleven ‎– SPV 50-3760
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Maxi-Single
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Credits

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This is Seven Eleven 2.
(P) 1987 Westside
(C) 1987 Michael Zosel Musikverlag

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  • Label Code: LC 7939
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): 23002 /A et
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 23002 /B et

Other Versions (5 of 14) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SPV 50-3760, 50-3760 O.K. Okay! (Mixed Media Edit)(12") Seven Eleven, Seven Eleven SPV 50-3760, 50-3760 Germany 1987 Sell This Version
312111, 312 111 Okay* Okay(12", Maxi) Vogue, Vogue 312111, 312 111 France 1988 Sell This Version
SPV 50-3760, 50-3760 O.K. Okay! (Mixed Media Edit)(12") Seven Eleven, Seven Eleven SPV 50-3760, 50-3760 Germany 1987 Sell This Version
SPV 01-3761 O.K. Okay!(7", Single) Westside Music SPV 01-3761 Germany 1987 Sell This Version
MRCS 2316 O.K. Okay!(7", Single) Mega Records MRCS 2316 Scandinavia 1988 Sell This Version

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SergioCocco

SergioCocco

November 10, 2013
intro samples are from german Sesame Street?? sounds like it..
Jarren

Jarren

August 5, 2010

Somewhat typical of the New Beat sound, Okay! features many samples placed over a mid-tempo Italo Disco sound.

Where this particular track stands out from the others is in its irresistible chorus, a simple line of "tell me, tell me, you can't say" repeated various times throughout.

The band went on to release a pseudo Depeche Mode sounding album, which unfortunately revealed them to be little more than boy band wannabes, with the one notable exception being For Love And Pride (which at least tried to be Depeche Mode with some respect).

Still, the Mixed Media Edit of Okay is still a fun track to drop in an 80's mix and will certainly raise some smiles.