In my opinion, the Gamma Record Lable re-issued the Hell Dance With Me 12" Single in 1980.
There may have been an error on the lable with the year on the Blue Lable Mexican Release (P1979).
The EMI Various Artist: Vivre Vite album may have released (Hell Dance With Me) first as part of the Bande Sonore Film: Vivre Vite with music by, Carlos Sura in 1981. So it has come to this: Capuchino is correctly spelled Cappuccino with a French/ Spain Classic Disco Track (Hell Dance With Me & Georgeus Things) and the remaining tracks in Spanish on the soundtrack. During the Disco Dance Music era the Mexican Independent Disco Record Lables were always re-issuing tracks after the Original releases were released, in order to sell Disco 12" and Disco LP's for less than the domestic and imported prices. Mexican re-releases were very common during the Disco Era.
The absolutely ideal, or even exemplary disco 12inch : one rockin', sleazy side for the clubs ("Hell Dance With Me", what a title!), and a more melodic, romantic, melancholic side with "Tomorrow", which is clearly one of these golden-touched songs that deserve to be climbing the marble stairs to disco heaven riding a white horse. With its grandiose melody and arrangements, sung by a sexyssime voice full of nuance and charisma, this one sounds like something you've known forever the minute you discover it, and will simply lift your heart.