Trainspotter Discography

The official Trainspotter Discography for Mark Moore and S’Express (compiled by Wolf Hagen)

 

SINGLES:

 

S-Express – Theme From S-Express (1988)

 

UK 12″ Theme From S-Express / The Trip (Microdot House Mix)   [RHYTHM KING LEFT 21T]

 

UK 12″ Theme From S-Express (Herbal Tea Casualty Mix)* / The Trip (Microdot House Mix) + Theme From S-Express (7″)   [RHYTHM KING LEFT R21T]

 

UK 7″ Theme From S-Express / The Trip (Microdot House Mix)   [RHYTHM KING LEFT 21]

 

UK CD Theme From S-Express (Herbal Tea Casualty Mix)* / The Trip (Microdot House Mix) / Theme From S-Express(7″)   [RHYTHM KING LEFT 21CD]

 

US 12″ Theme From S-Express (12″ U.S.A. Mix) + (7″ U.S.A. Mix) / The Trip (Microdot House Mix)   [CAPITOL V-15377]

 

US 7″ Theme From S-Express (7″ U.S.A. Mix )/ Theme From S-Express (7″ U.S.A. Mix)   [CAPITOL P-B-44181]

 

* Remix by Mark Moore and Mark McGuire

 

Chart position:

UK: 1

US Billboard Dance: 1

 

The U.S.A. Mixes were the same but with vocal samples reproduced by anyone who was hanging out in the studio. Stick to the superior UK mixes.

 

Possibly a US Cassingle?

 

Artwork is one of the first record sleeves created by graphic designer Trevor Jackson of Underdog, Playgroup and Output Records fame. The UK 7″ came in a variant sleeve showing a large S-Express logo on the front.

 

Extra trivia: Mark became friends with Trevor when he was DJing at The Wag Club and Trevor came up to ask what record was playing. (The record was the Francois Kervorkian Mix of Depeche Mode’s ‘Behind The Wheel’ which years later Trevor did a cover version of.)

 

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S’Express – Superfly Guy (1988) Superfly Guy

 

UK 12″ Superfly Guy / Lolly-Pop + Funky Killer   [RHYTHM KING LEFT 28T]

 

UK 12″ Superfly Guy (The Fluffy Bagel Mix)* / Superfly Guy (The Visitor Mix)** + Theme From Funky Killer   [RHYTHM KING LEFT R28T]

 

UK 7″ Superfly Guy / Funky Killer   [RHYTHM KING LEFT 28]

 

UK CD” Superfly Guy (7″) / Theme From Funky Killer / Lollypop / Superfly Guy (The Fluffy Bagel Mix)*   [RHYTHM KING LEFT 28CD]

 

US 12″ Superfly Guy (12″) + (7″) / Lolly-Pop + Funky Killer   [CAPITOL V-15409]

 

US DJ PROMO 12″ Superfly Guy (The Fluffy Bagel Mix) + (The Visitor Mix)** / Superfly Guy (Do The Bourasa Mix)*** + Theme From Funky Killer   [CAPITOL SPRO-79432]

 

US 7″ Superfly Guy / Funky Killer   [CAPITOL P-B-44225]

 

US CASSINGLE  Superfly Guy / Funky Killer   [CAPITOL 4BX-44225}

 

*     Remix by the Marks Brothers (Mark Moore and Mark McGuire)

**   Remix by Baby Ford

*** Edit and additional production by Steve Bourassa

 

Chart position:

UK:  5

US Billboard Dance: 2

 

The full Original 12" Mix is still not available on CD and needs to be!

 

The Fluffy Bagel Mix is a must. Mark Moore & Mark McGuire strip the track down to an acid house monster! Huge everywhere from the Detroit underground to acid house clubs in the UK.

 

Derrick May was known to play a special acetate he made of a looped/edit version of Lolly-Pop.

 

Funky Killer became a secret weapon by djs such as J Saul Kane (Depth Charge) who would cover the label up on the 7" and when asked, say it was a track from the 70s. It was included in React Records' 'Dope Classics' compilation in 1997.

 

Again US copies had samples replaced so stick to UK versions. Exception being the great US DJ Promo with the wonderful 'Do The Bourasa Mix'. This is pretty similar to the original but Mr Bourasa has done some cool edits and thrown in snippets of 'Theme' and Curtis Mayfield's 'Superfly'. RARE!

 

Initial copys or the UK 12" had the band name and track title in green writing (center sleeve) but this was changed to yellow so it would show up more. Great trippy artwork by David Little.

 

Note change of spelling from S-Express to S'Express. No reason. No reason at all.

 

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S'Xpress - Coma (1988)


UK 7" Bomb The Bass - Megablast (Original Rap Version) + S'Xpress - Coma / The Wee Papa Girl Rappers - You Got The Beat + DJ Jazzy Jeff And Fresh Prince - Here We Go Again [RM SURE 1]

 

Free 7″ given away with Record Mirror magazine. It consisted of breathing, a heartbeat and a sonar blip. Some pirate radios would play it over the top of Acid House tunes or under the bits where they talk. Mark describes it as the tale of a girl who is brought out of a coma by being played her favourite tune (‘Theme From S-Express’ natch) and decides to get a tattoo. The Coma track was later expanded to become Coma II(A.M/O.K) on the Original Soundtrack album.

 

Coma II (A.M/O.K) is cited as the first ambient house track predating even The Orb.

 

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S’Xpress – Hey Music Lover (1989)

 

UK 12″ Hey Music Lover (G-OO-D Vibration Mix )/ Have A Nice Day + Hey Music Lover (Music Is My Life Mix)   [RHYTHM KING LEFT 30T]

 

UK 12″ Hey Music Lover (Spatial Expansion Mix)* / Hey Music Lover (Music Is My Life Mix) + Happy Happy S’Express   [RHYTHM KING LEFT R30T]

 

UK 12″ Hey Music Lover(The Glass Cut)** / Hey Music Lover (Red Giant Mix)***   [RHYTHM KING LEFT L30T]

 

UK PROMO 12″  Hey Music Lover (Miller Mash Glass Smash)****   [RHYTHM KING LEFT X30T]

 

UK 7″ Hey Music Lover / Have A Nice Day   [RHYTHM KING LEFT 30]

 

UK CD Hey Music Lover (7″) / Hey Music Lover (Miller Mash Glass Smash)**** / Hey Music Lover (G-OO-D Vibration Mix )/ Hey Music Lover (The Glass Cut)**   [RHYTHM KING LEFT 30CD]

 

US 12″ Music Lover (Music Lovers Bass Mix)º / (Music Lovers Dub)º + Music Lover (Shep Zip Mix)º / (Glass Mix)**   [CAPITOL V-15454]

 

US CD Music Lover (Shep Zip Mix)º / (Music Lovers Bass Mix)º / (Heart Attack Mix)º / Transformer Mixº / (G.OO.D Vibration Mix) / (Music Is My Life Mix) / (Spatial Expansion Mix)* / (Glass Mix)**   [CAPITOL C2 15466]

 

US PROMO CD Music Lover (Shep Zip Mix)º / (Music Lovers Bass Mix)º /( Music Lovers Dub)º / (Heart Attack Mix)º / Transformer Mixº / (Glass Mix)**   [CAPITOL DPRO-79551]

 

US CASSINGLE  Music Lover (Edit)º /Music Lover (Music Lovers Bass Mix)º /Superfly Guy   [CAPITOL 4JM-44335]

 

*       Remix by William Orbit

**     Remix by Philip Glass with Kurt Munkasci

***   Remix by Daniel Miller

**** Remix by William Orbit from the remixes of Philip Glass with Kurt Munkasci and Daniel Miller

º        Remix by Shep Pettibone

Chart position:

UK: 6

US Billboard Dance:  6

 

Vocals on Hey Music Lover by Billie Ray Martin and Eric Robinson.

 

Voice on Have A Nice Day is Merlin

 

Mark’s fave mix of this is the William Orbit ‘Spatial Expansion Mix’ which he also cites as ‘possibly one of his fave remixes ever’. Mark tracked down William, his favourite producer at the time, to do a remix for ‘Hey Music Lover’ and was so thrilled with the result that they ended up working together on the next S’Express single ‘Mantra For A State Of Mind’ along with numerous remixes for the likes of Prince and Malcolm McLaren.

 

William did a mammoth, three days with no sleep, session on the ‘Spatial Expansion Remix’ and ended up with tons of amazing sections as yet unedited. A frazzled William then rang Mark and played him all the bits down the telephone and the two of them then edited the thing together over the phone!

 

The third UK 12″, the Philip Glass mix, titled The Glass Cut [LEFT L30T] came with a special plastic wallet which housed all three 12′s of the trilogy.

 

The Miller Mash Glass Smash (available on the UK CD) also came as a one-sided promo only white label 12″[LEFT X30T]. This is a supremely insane mix by William Orbit from the remixes of Philip Glass with Kurt Munkasci and Daniel Miller. The CD says “Desperate Dan & Chillin’ Phil ripped to shreds by Raging Bill”. It even includes a snippet of Daniel Miller’s ‘Warm Leatherette’ (“see the breaking glass”). Released later on vinyl as the b-side of UK 12″ Mantra For A State Of Mind (The Baby Ford Experience) [LEFT X35T]

 

The US CD came in one of those long display, waste of a tree, packets. With all its mixes it was affectionately known as the S’Express Endurance Test. US mixes have a couple of extra lines sung by Billie Ray Martin that never made it onto any of the UK mixes (“I just want to sing to you ’cause playing bad is hard to do”).

 

Happy Happy S’Express was a secret track at the end of the b-side of the second UK 12″ Hey Music Lover (Spatial Expansion Mix). It featured Mark Moore and Mark McGuire singing under the influence of helium gas and playing with children’s toys. So business as usual really.

 

Mark is unable to recall a US 7″ but he is unable to remember what he had for breakfast let alone whether one exists. Neither myself nor Mark have an American 12″ of Music Lover so please feel free to send in any spare copies!

 

Note change of spelling from S’Express to S’Xpress. Radio interviewers would ask “…so why did you drop the E?” and the band would burst into uncontrollable laughter.

 

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Victim of the Ghetto – P.P.P. / The Age (1989)

 

UK DJ PROMO 12″   P.P.P. / The Age   [VOTG 01]

 

This mysterious looking promotional item was actually a sampler of the forthcoming S’Express LP ‘Original Soundtrack’. The tracks were a version of ‘Pimps Pushers Prostitutes’ minus Merlin’s monologue (available as the bonus track on the ‘Original Soundtrack’ CD) backed with ‘L’Age Du Gateau’. Vocal on both sides by Billie Ray Martin.

 

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S’Express – Original Soundtrack Megamix (1989)

 

UK PROMO 12″ Megamix Mixed by Colin Faver   [VOTG 02]

 

This stunning one-sided megamix by Colin Faver came with a great David Little etching of the band on the other side.

 

Tracks include:

Coma II (A.M/O.K) / Lolly-Pop / Have A Nice Day / Theme From S-Express / Superfly Guy / Blow Me Another Lollypop / Hey Music Lover (Miller Mash Glass Smash )/ L’Age Du Gateau / Superfly Guy (The Fluffy Bagel Mix) / Hey Music Lover (Spatial Expansion Mix) / Special and Golden with the occasional Todd Terry breakbeat thrown in for good measure!

 

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S’Express – Mantra For A State Of Mind (1989)


UK 12″ Mantra For A State Of Mind [Parts 1 and 2] (Elevation Mix) / Special and Golden   [RHYTHM KING LEFT 35T]

 

UK 12″ Mantra For A State Of Mind (Club Vocal)* / Groove Mantra* + Mantra System*   [RHYTHM KING LEFT R35T]

 

UK 12″ Mantra For A State Of Mind (The Baby Ford Experience)** / Hey Music Lover (Miller Mash Glass Smash)*** [RHYTHM KING LEFT X35T]

 

UK 7″ Mantra For A State Of Mind / Special and Golden   [RHYTHM KING LEFT 35]

 

UK 7″ Mantra For A State Of Mind (The Baby Ford Experience)** / Mantra System* + Mystery Groove (featuring Chilo)   [RHYTHM KING LEFT 35sp]

 

UK CD Mantra For A State Of Mind (7″) / Special and Golden / Mantra For A State Of Mind [Parts 1 and 2] (Elevation Mix)   [RHYTHM KING LEFT 35CD]

 

*     Remix by Mark Moore and William Orbit

**   Remix by Baby Ford

*** Remix by William Orbit from the remixes of Philip Glass with Kurt Munkasci and Daniel Miller

 

Chart position:

UK: 21

 

Michelle leaves the band to release her own tracks and Linda X joins for for this one single.

 

‘Mantra’ has indeed proved to be one of the favourite tracks of diehard S’Express fans and everyone seems to have a different fave mix of this track. Mark’s faves are the William Orbit/Moore ‘Club Vocal’ and ‘The Baby Ford Experience’ mix.

 

‘The Baby Ford Experience’ mix incorporates the bassline and bits of ‘Theme From SXP’ and gets kind of deep. For added value the ‘Miller Mash Glass Smash’ is included on the 12″.

 

‘Mantra For A State Of Mind’ (Club Vocal) 12″ has the wonderful ‘Groove Mantra’ and ‘Mantra System’ remixes by Moore and William Orbit.

 

The 7″ ‘Mantra For A State Of Mind (The Baby Ford Experience)’ had “special edition double groove” printed on the top right corner of the sleeve. It was an edit of the Baby Ford mix on one side with a double groove on the other. Depending on where the needle fell you would hear either ‘Mantra System’ or a short story written by Moore (that was published in City Limits magazine) and read by Chilo. RARE!

 

A few white labels of ‘Mantra” got out which had a mix that was scrapped called the ‘Direct Mix’. This is similar to the ‘Elevation Mix’ but is mainly instrumental for the last half (and is rather good!). This was going to be the first 12″ release of ‘Mantra’ but somehow ended up in oblivion. On the b-side was the ‘Elevation Mix’. The run out groove says [LEFT 35T A1] and “NAM MYO HO RENGE KYO”. EXTREMELY RARE!

 

Artwork on the Club Vocal (12″) and The Baby Ford Experience (12″ plus 7″) by New York fashion illustrator Miss Tobie Giddeo. Miss Tobie is also the sampled voice on ‘Special And Golden’ and ‘Coma’. She is also one of the girls laughing hysterically on ‘Nervous Motion’.

 

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S’Express – Nothing To Lose (1990)

 

UK 12″ Nothing To Lose / Find Time To Be Yourself (Geetar Heaven Mix) + My Laser (Just Won’t Function Anymore)   [RHYTHM KING SEXY 01T]

 

UK 12″ Nothing To Lose (J Saul Kane/Gota Mix)* + And Short Mad Thing* / Find Time To Be Yourself (Full Vocal Mix)   [RHYTHM KING SEXY 01RT]

 

UK CD Nothing To Lose (7″) / Find Time To Be Yourself( Vocal) / My Laser (Just Won’t Function Anymore) / Find Time To Be Yourself (Geetar Heaven Mix)   [RHYTHM KING SEXY 01CD]

 

UK 7″ Nothing To Lose / Find Time To Be Yourself (Vocal Mix)   [RHYTHM KING SEXY 01]

 

UK CASSINGLE Nothing To Lose(7″) / Find Time To Be Yourself (Vocalmix)   [RHYTHM KING SEXY 01C]

 

US 12″ Nothing To Lose (Can’t Lose Club Mix)**  + Nothing To Lose (Freestyle Dub)** + Find Time To Be Yourself (Full Vocal Mix) / Nothing To Lose (Subterranean Mix)** + Nothing To Lose (Subterranean Dub)** + Nothing To Lose (UK 12″ Mix)   [SIRE/WARNER BROTHERS 0-21789]

 

US DJ PROMO 12″ Nothing To Lose (Boon Mix)*** + Nothing To Lose (Boon Dub)*** / Nothing To Lose (Ice Palace 57 Mix)*** + Nothing To Lose (Ice Palace 57 Dub)***   [SIRE/WARNER BROTHERS PRO-A-4986]

 

US CD Nothing To Lose (Single Mix)** / Nothing To Lose (Subterranean Mix)** / My Laser (Just Won’t Function Anymore) / Find Time To Be Yourself (Full Vocal Mix) / Nothing To Lose (Can’t Lose Club Mix)** / Nothing To Lose (Subterranean Dub)** / Nothing To Lose (UK 12″ Mix) / Find Time To Be Yourself (Geetar Heaven Mix )/ Nothing To Lose (Boon Mix)***   [SIRE/WARNER BROTHERS 9 21789-2]

 

*     Remix by J Saul Kane (Depth Charge) and Gota

**   Remix by Musto And Bones

*** Remix by Tom Richardson and Eric Kupper (Edited by Chep Nunez)

 

Chart position:

UK: 32

US Billboard Dance:  9

 

‘Nothing To Lose’ and ‘Find Time To Be Yourself (Full Vocal Mix)’ are the first S*Express tracks to feature the wonderful Sonique on vocals. Chilo and Linda Love both leave for new adventures and Linda Love releases a solo record.

 

B-side ‘Find Time To Be Yourself (Geetar Heaven Mix)’ was an instrumental version, with an indie-dance feel, which also proved very popular in clubs and with DJs like Andrew Weatherall plus Danny Rampling. ‘Find Time To Be Yourself’ also featured Carl Craig on additional drum programming.

 

‘Nothing To Lose (J Saul Kane/Gota Mix)’ was overlooked at the time but is quite brilliant giving the track an epic melancholic edge. ‘And Short Mad Thing’ is a nutty edits version of ‘Nothing To Lose’ in a Latin Rascals style.

 

The Tom Richardson and Eric Kupper mixes of ‘Nothing To Lose’ were a US promo only 12″ that became quite in demand and hard to get hold of. The ‘Boon Mix’ is on the US CD. It features the last work of Chep Nunez (one of Mark’s heroes) who died shortly after in a tragic fire accident (The US release of ‘Nothing To Lose’ is dedicated to him).

 

The ‘UK 12″ Mix’ on the US 12″ and CD is incorrectly credited to J Saul Kane and Gota when it is in fact the original mix. I pray to God that someone, somewhere finds this information useful.

 

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S’Express – Find ‘Em Fool ‘Em Forget “Em (1991)

 

UK 12″ Find ‘Em Fool ‘Em Forget ‘Em (Stax Mix) + Find ‘Em Fool ‘Em Forget ‘Em (Qwerty Club Mix)* / I Like It   [RHYTHM KING SEXY 02T]

 

UK 12″ Find ‘Em Fool ‘Em Forget ‘Em (Twilight Mix)** / Find ‘Em Fool ‘Em Forget ‘Em (The Eighth Out Mix)***   [RHYTHM KING SEXY 02TR]

 

UK CD Find ‘Em Fool ‘Em Forget ‘Em (7″ Stax Mix) / I Like It / Find ‘Em Fool ‘Em Forget ‘Em (Twilight Mix)**   [RHYTHM KING SEXY 02CD]

 

UK 7″ Find ‘Em Fool ‘Em Forget ‘Em / I Like It   [RHYTHM KING SEXY 02]

 

UK CASSINGLE Find ‘Em Fool ‘Em Forget ‘Em (7″ Stax Mix )/ I Like It   [RHYTHM KING SEXY 02C]

 

*     Remix by John Coxon

**   Remix by Kurt Rodgers

*** Remix by Andrew Weatherall (ably assisted by Hugo Nicholson)

 

‘Find ‘Em Fool ‘Em Forget ‘Em (Stax Mix)’ was S’Express’ biggest flop…and also the one that people who have it, are the most passionate about! This again features Sonique on vocals and these are the original versions (it was later remixed and housed up by Band Of Gypsies). All the mixes on the two 12′s are sublime and the wall of sound of the Stax Mix is mindblowing. ‘Find ‘Em Fool ‘Em Forget ‘Em’ is not available on the UK Intercourse album in the original Stax Mix and only available on the US album in the edited 7″ mix.

 

The UK CD has the full length STAX Mix. Huzzah!

 

‘Find ‘Em Fool ‘Em Forget ‘Em’(The Eighth Out Mix)’ 12″ is the classic Andy Weatherall mix and came in very small quantities.

 

The record sleeve was designed by Mark Moore.

 

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S’Express – 4-Play E.P. (1991)

 

UK PROMO 12″ Trumpets + Twinkle (Step Into My Mind) (Psychotronic Mix) / Nervous Motion* + Find ‘Em Fool ‘Em Forget ‘Em (The Eighth Out Mix)**   [RHYTHM KING/SONY XPR 1770]

 

*   Remix by Kurt Rogers (for UK album)

** Remix by Andrew Weatherall (ably assisted by Hugo Nicholson)

 

Promo only 12″ of tracks to promote the forthcoming ‘Intercourse’ album. Came in a specially designed “plain brown paper wrapper” sleeve.

 

‘Trumpets’ features Carl Craig on additional drum programming. Danny Rampling played a specially cut instrumental on acetate at the time. Mark says he will post this up as a free download when he finds it.

 

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Brasil (Vox Mix) (1991)

 

Give Peace A Dance!: A CND Compilation (1991)

DOUBLE CD   [CND/MIXMAG DISARM 2CD]

 

The Brasil (Vox Mix), Sonique’s full vocal of ‘Brazil’, was only available on this compilation CD of original unreleased tracks and remixes. All profits went to CND.

 

Other artists include Dub Syndicate/Coldcut/Massive Attack/Bomb The Bass/The Orb/The Shamen/Baby Ford/Renegade Soundwave/4 Hero/The KLF amongst others.

 

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S’Express – Find ‘Em Fool ‘Em E.P. (1992)

 

UK 12″ Find ‘Em Fool ‘Em Forget ‘Em (Wondere(s)que Mix)*  + (Garage(s)que Mix)* / Let It All Out (Ian B Remix)**  + It’s All Out (Sunsonic Remix)***   [RHYTHM KING/SONY/EPIC 658013 6]

 

UK CD Find ‘Em Fool ‘Em Forget ‘Em (Wondere(s)que Mix)* / (Garage(s)que Mix)* / Let It All Out (Ian B Mix)** / It’s All Out (Sunsonic Mix)***   [RHYTHM KING/SONY/EPIC 658013 2]

 

UK 7″ Find ‘Em Fool ‘Em Forget ‘Em (Wondere(s)que Mix)* / Let It All Out (Ian B Mix) (Edit)** + It’s All Out (Sunsonic Remix)***   [RHYTHM KING/SONY/EPIC 658013 7]

 

UK CASSINGLE Find ‘Em Fool ‘Em Forget ‘Em (Wondere(s)que Mix) / Let It All Out (Ian B Mix) (Edit)** / It’s All Out (Sunsonic Mix)***   [RHYTHM KING/SONY/EPIC 658013 4]

 

*     Remix by Band Of Gypsies

**   Remix by Ian B

*** Remix by Sunsonic

 

Chart position:

UK: 43

 

Housed up remixes of ‘Find ‘Em Fool ‘Em Forget ‘Em’.  Quite nice and got them back in the charts but the original mixes are superior.

 

‘Let It All Out (Ian B Remix)’ and ‘It’s All Out (Sunsonic Remix)’ are remixes of ‘Trumpets’.

 

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Fluffy Toy IQ – Let The Fun Begin (1994)

 

UK 12″ Let The Fun Begin (No F.T. No IQ Mix) / Let The Fun Begin (Up Duk Mix)* + Let The Fun Begin (Eon’s Mistress Mix)**   [SPLISH 8]

 

*   Remix by Mount Rushmore

** Remix by Ian B

 

Low key release by Mark Moore and Pete Lorimer on Mark’s Splish label. Sasha was a champion of this strange and quirky release.

 

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Stylofoam – Comes Over Me / Think About It (1995)

 

UK 12″ Comes Over Me / Think About It   [STYLOFICTION SF001]

 

Mark Moore and Ian B collaboration.

 

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Mark Moore presents S-Xpress – The Return Trip (Theme From S-Xpress Remix) (1996)

 

UK 12″ Theme From S-Xpress (Tony DeVit Mix)* / Theme From S-Xpress (Aquarius “Party On The Orient Express” Mix)**   [RHYTHM KING SEXY 9T]

 

UK DJ PROMO 12″ Theme From S-Xpress (Aquarius Mix)** / Theme From S-Xpress (Original Mix Plus 8 )   [RHYTHM KING SEXY 9P1]

 

UK DJ PROMO 12″ Theme From S-Xpress (Tony DeVit Mix)* / Theme From S-Xpress (Carl Craig M. Bation Stroke Special Mix)***   [RHYTHM KING SEXY 9P2]

 

UK PROMO 12″ Theme From S’Express (Carl Craig Special Remix)***   [RHYTHM KING CARL CRAIG PROMO 1]

 

UK CD Theme From S-Xpress (Tony DeVit 7″ Mix)* / (Aquarius 7″ Mix)** / (Original Theme 7″ Mix Plus 8 ) / (Tony DeVit 12″ Mix)* / (Aquarius ‘Party On The Orient Express’ Mix)** / (Carl Craig’s Edited Birthday Surprise Mix)***   [RHYTHM KING SEXY 9CD]

 

*     Remix by Tony DeVit

**   Remix by Aquarius

*** Remix by Carl Craig

 

Chart position:

UK: 14

 

The ‘Original Mix Plus 8′ was the original 1988 mix sped up to plus 8 to combat BPM inflation! This could have been the perfect opportunity to put the original 12″ mix (at normal speed) on CD for the first time … alas no! A couple of dance compilations even licensed the track and put the sped up version on!

 

The Carl Craig M. Bation Stroke Special Mix was also released as a one sided promo only 12″ for some reason. Possibly a full unedited mix. Carl did the mix for Mark as a birthday present.

 

The CD packaging is truly a work of art. Thought up by Mark and realised by Morgan Penn featuring the luscious Annette as cover girl. It’s a classic!

 

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Needledust – Wuh! / Speedfreek (2002)

 

UK 12″ Wuh! / Speedfreek   [NOVAMUTE NoMu88]

 

A collaboration with Tasty Tim and Robert Michael aka T-Total.

 

Great artwork by Carlos Antonio James.

 

Vocal samples on ‘Speedfreek’ by Ping Pong Bitches.

 

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Mark Moore & Eon present Sonny Bozo – Trash The Can / BangBang (2005)

 

UK 12″ Trash The Can / Trash The Can (King Roc Remix) + BangBang [Umami Records 12002]

 

Featuring Mark Moore on rather convincing vocals on both sides! He should do more vocals.

 

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Mark Moore & David Motion present UltraViva – 21st Century Love EP (2005)

 

Germany 12″ Innocent / Dirty Mother + 21st Century Love   [Beautycase Records BCR018]

 

Extra download only tracks: I Adore / Dirty Mother (Club Dub)

 

Vocalist on all 3 tracks is Sian Overton with Mark supplying a vocodered vocal on ’21st Century Love’. Extra vocal parts on ’21st Century Love’ by Bernedetta Ferraro.

 

’21st Century Love’ was used as the closing credits music on short film ‘Trent To Rent’ by Cassius Matthias.

 

‘Dirty Mother’ proved to be a very popular track getting thousands of hits on mySpace while the whole EP was generally well received.

 

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S’Express – Theme From S’Express (21st Century Remixes) (2005)

 

UK 12″ Theme From S’Express (King Roc Remix) / Theme From S’Express (Punx Soundcheck Remix) + Theme From S’Express (Simon Acetone Remix)   [White Label RXPRSS1]

 

Mark got his mates to do a bunch of remixes as he got tired of being expected to play ‘that tune’ every time at the end of his DJ sets. These mixes are pretty damn good – quality control is high.

 

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Mark Moore & Kinky Roland ft. Sian OV – Repeat Replay (2007)

 

Berlin Insane IV (Compilation)

Germany 2xCD [PALE MUSIC PALE 018]

 

Especially recorded for the Berlin label’s fabulous compilation series featuring new tracks by the likes of Mount Sims, Warren Suicide, T.Raumshmiere, Cazals, Peaches & Gibby Haines + many more. Sian Overton on vocals again. This track also proved to be very popular.

 

 

 

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S’Express – Stupid Little Girls (2008)

 

France 12″ Stupid Little Girls + (Punx Soundcheck Remix) / (JBAG Remix) + (Eon’s Blacklist Remix)  [KITSUNE 072]

 

Extra download only tracks – Manhattan Clique Remixes

 

Mark says he did a new S’Express track to confuse the history books on the 20th anniversary of Acid House. This time it was a collaboration with Kinky Roland and Gene Serene (on vocals).

 

A taster of the track first appeared on the ‘Kitsuné Boombox’ Mix CD (released late 2007) by Jerry Bouthier with Jerry (and Andrea’s) JBAG Remix featuring in the mix.

 

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Eon Vs S’Express – Last Mission Helsinki [download] (2010)

 

Mark put this out as a free download as a tribute to his friend Ian B aka Eon who had passed away the previous year. This was the last track Ian was working on and Mark finally went back to it to finish it off nearly a year later.

 

You can hear and download it for free on his Soundcloud page: http://soundcloud.com/markmoore01

 

Dan Donovan plays piano on it. Post production thanks go to Paul Freegard and Leila Arab.

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ALBUMS:

 

S’Express – Original Soundtrack (1989)

 

The one with Michelle, Chilo and Linda Love.

 

Guest Stars:

Billie Ray Martin: vocal on L’Age Du Gateau / Hey Music Lover / Pimps, Pushers, Prostitutes.

E-Mix:  vocal on Can you Feel Me / Special And Golden (Parts I & II).

Eric Robinson: vocal on Hey Music Lover.

Merlin: monologue on Pimps, Pushers, Prostitutes.

Steam: vocal on Superfly Guy.

 

Chart position:

UK: 5

 

UK CD [RHYTHM KING LEFT CD8]

 

Came with picture card insert.

 

1. Overture

2. Theme From S’Express

3. L’Age Du Gateau

4. Can you Feel Me

5. Superfly Guy

6. Blow Me Another Lollypop

7. Hey Music Lover

8. Pimps, Pushers, Prostitutes

9. Special And Golden (Parts I & II)

10. Coma II (A.M./O.K.)

11. Pimps, Pushers, Prostitutes (Instrumental) (Extra track on CD only)

 

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UK LP [RHYTHM KING LEFT LP8]

Came with large picture card insert, merchandise insert and inner sleeve.

 

UK CASSETTE [RHYTHM KING LEFT C8]  Came with picture card insert.

 

PICTURE DISC LP [RHYTHM KING/ROUGH TRADE LEFT PD8] GERMAN?

 

US LP [CAPITOL C1-91442]  Came with inner sleeve.

 

US CASSETTE [CAPITOL C4-91442]

 

1. Overture

2. Theme From S’Express

3. L’Age Du Gateau

4. Can you Feel Me

5. Superfly Guy

6. Blow Me Another Lollypop

 

7. Hey Music Lover

8. Pimps, Pushers, Prostitutes

9. Special And Golden (Parts I & II)

10. Coma II (A.M./O.K.)

 

Theme From S’Express and Superfly Guy on the US albums are the same versions as the UK release.

 

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S’Express – Intercourse (1991)

 

The one with Sonique.

 

Guest Stars:

Carl Craig: additional drum programming on Trumpets / Find Time To Be Yourself / What Does It Take?

 

US CD [SIRE/WARNER BROTHERS 9 26520-2]

 

1. Nothing To Lose (Single Mix)

2. Trumpets

3. Find ‘Em, Fool ‘Em, Forget ‘Em

4. Twinkle (Step Into My Mind)

5. Nervous Motion

6. Find Time To Be Yourself (Edit)

7. What Does It Take?

8. Supersonic Lover

9. Brazil

10. Mantra For A State Of Mind (Club Vocal)

11. Twinkle (Step Into My Mind) (Psychotronic Mix)

12. Nervous Motion (Gurls Mix)

 

The US album came out a good while before the UK release hence the vast difference between the two which I will attempt to explain:

 

‘Nothing To Lose (Single Mix)’ is the US mix by Musto and Bones.

 

‘Find ‘Em, Fool ‘Em, Forget ‘Em’ is an edit of the original Stax mix.

 

Track 4 has ‘Twinkle (Step Into My Mind)’ in its original mix, only available on the US album. ‘Twinkle’ was used in Beverly Hills 90210 in the episode where they go to a rave and experiment with drugs!

 

Track 5 has ‘Nervous Motion’ in its original mix, only available on the US album.

 

‘What Does It Take?’ only available on the US album.

 

‘Nervous Motion (Gurls Mix)’ is an instrumental mix, is wonderful and is only available on the US album.

 

Sonique’s full vocal of Brazil was only available on the ‘Give Peace A Dance!: A CND Compilation’ CD. It was called ‘Brasil (Vox Mix)’.

 

Sleeve artwork by Sarah Gregory vocalist of Carl Craig’s ‘As Time Goes By’ (Sitting Under A Tree)’ and Allez Allez fame. She was also the S’Express make-up girl. Inner sleeve by Tobie Giddeo.

 

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UK CD [RHYTHM KING/SONY/EPIC 468567 2]

 

1. Nothing To Lose

2. Trumpets

3. Find ‘Em, Fool ‘Em, Forget ‘Em (Wonder(s)que Mix) (7″)

4. Twinkle(Step Into My Mind) (Psychotronic Mix)

5. Nervous Motion

6. Find Time To Be Yourself (Edit)

7. I Like It

8. Supersonic Lover

9. Brazil

10. Mantra For A State Of Mind (Club Vocal)

11. Find ‘Em, Fool ‘Em, Forget ‘Em (The Eighth Out Mix)

 

As I said, the US album came out a good while before the UK release hence the vast difference which I will attempt to explain (PAY ATTENTION!):

 

‘Nothing To Lose’ is the UK version. (Much better!)

‘Find ‘Em, Fool ‘Em, Forget ‘Em (Wonder(s)que Mix)’ is the remix by Band Of Gypsies.

‘Nervous Motion’ is a remix version by Kurt Rogers and it’s great!

‘I Like It’ is not on the US album (it was the b-side of the first UK release of ‘Find ‘Em, Fool ‘Em, Forget ‘Em’ [SEXY 02] ).

‘Find ‘Em, Fool ‘Em, Forget ‘Em (The Eighth Out Mix)’ is the Andy Weatherall mix.

 

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UK LP [RHYTHM KING/SONY/EPIC 468567 1]


came with inner sleeve

 

1. Nothing To Lose

2. Trumpets

3. Find ‘Em, Fool ‘Em, Forget ‘Em (Wonder(s)que Mix)

4. Twinkle(Step Into My Mind) (Psychotronic Mix)

 

5. Nervous Motion

6. Find Time To Be Yourself

7. I Like It

8. Supersonic Lover

9. Brazil

 

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ULTIMATE S’EXPRESS (1998)

 

Compilation

 

UK CD [CAMDEN]

US CD [BMG INTRNATIONAL 60340]

 

1. Theme From S’Express

2. Superfly Guy

3. Hey Music Lover

4. L’Age Du Gateau

5. Can You Feel Me

6. Blow Me Another Lollypop

7. Coma II (A.M./O.K.)

8. Pimps, Pushers, Prostitutes

9. Nothing To Lose

10. Find ‘Em, Fool ‘Em, Forget ‘Em

11. Mantra For A State Of Mind

12. Supersonic Lover

13. Brazil

 

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S’Express – Themes From S’Express (compilation) [BMG] (2004)


S’Express – Original Soundtrack (re-release + extra tracks) [Cherry Red] (2010)

 

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PRODUCTIONS:

 

Saffron – Fluffy Toy (1995)

 

UK DJ PROMO WHITE LABEL 12″ Fluffy Toy (IQ Mix) / Fluffy Toy (Transient IQ Mix)   [WEA SAM 1145]

 

UK DJ PROMO 12″ Fluffy Toy (IQ Mix) / World Of You (Hipmix)*  + Fluffy Toy (Transient IQ Mix)   [WEA SAFF 10SAM]

 

UK 12″ World Of You(Hipmix)* / World Of You* + Fluffy Toy (IQ Mix)   [WEA SAFF10T]

 

UK CD World Of You* / World Of You (Hipmix)* / Mantra** / Fluffy Toy (IQ Mix)   [WEA SAFF10CD]

 

*   Produced by Jah Wobble (nothing to do with Mark!)

** Produced by Eric Kupper/Lenny Dee/Neil McLellen (nish to do with Mark again!)

 

This was written (with Saffron) and produced by Mark Moore and Pete Lorimer. Saffron of course is the delectable singer from N-Joi who went on to world domination with Republica.

 

Initial DJ 12′s came as a mysterious white label, hand stamped with “FLUFFY TOY”.

 

Not to be confused with Mark’s Splish release ‘Let The Fun Begin’ by Fluffy Toy IQ which Saffron named this track after.

 

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REMIXES:

 

Taffy – Step By Step (1987)

 

UK 12″ Step By Step (Moore Heavenly Mix) / Whose?   [Rhythm King TYPER 5T]

 

Mark’s first mix was actually created by editing the track with various edits from the original vocal mix and dub.

 

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Erasure – Chains Of Love* (1988)

 

UK 12″ Chains Of Love (Truly In Love With The Marks Bros Mix)* / The Good The Bad And The Ugly + Don’t Suppose   [L12Mute83]

 

* Mark Moore and Mark McGuire Remix

 

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Les Rita Mitsouko – Tongue Dance** (1989)

 

UK 12″ Tongue Dance (12′ Remix Version)** / Tongue Dance (7″ Version) + Perfect Eyes   [Virgin VST1212]

 

FRENCH 5 x 12″ LP Tongue Dance(12″ Remix Version)**   [Virgin VBF 2637]   LP of Les Rita Mitsouko remixes.

 

** Mark Moore and William Orbit Remix

 

ESSENTIAL!

 

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Prince – Batdance** (1989)

 

UK 12″ Batdance (The Batmix)** / Batdance (Vicki Vale Mix)** + 200 Balloons   [Warner Bros]

 

US CD Batdance (The Batmix)** / Batdance (Vicki Vale Mix)** / 200 Balloons   [Warner Bros 9 21257-2]

 

** Mark Moore and William Orbit Remix

 

ESSENTIAL!

 

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Prince – The Future / Electric Chair** (1989)

 

German 12″ The Future (Remix)** / Electric Chair(Remix)**   [Warner Bros 7599-21570-0]

 

German CD The Future (Remix)** / Electric Chair (Remix)**   [Warner Bros 7599-21570-2]

 

** Mark Moore and William Orbit Remix

 

ESSENTIAL!

 

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Malcolm McLaren And The Bootzilla Orchestra – Deep In Vogue** (1989)

 

UK DJ PROMO ONESIDED WHITE LABEL 12″ Deep In Vogue (Banjie Realness)**   [EPIC WALTZ T1]

 

UK 12″ Waltz Darling + Deep In Vogue (LP Version)** / Deep In Vogue (Banjie Realness)**   [EPIC WALTZ T2]

 

UK 12″ Waltz Darling + Deep In Vogue (Banjie Realness)**  [EPIC WALTZ Q2]  came with one side etched

 

US 12″ Deep In Vogue (Banjie Realness)** / Deep In Vogue (LP Version)**   [EPIC 49 68801]

 

Chart position:

US Billboard Dance:  1

 

The first Vogue record (… yes before Madonna) where Mark, William and Malcolm sampled snippets from the Voguing Houses featured in the (then unreleased) documentary ‘Paris Is Burning’. Willie Ninja was also present at the mixing sessions. McLaren was so impressed with Mark and William’s 12″ mix that he scrapped his original version and included an album version by Moore and Orbit (sounding slightly different from their 12″ mix – with a new intro) as the official LP mix for ‘Deep In Vogue’ on the ‘Waltz Darling’ album.

 

‘Deep In Vogue’ is rereleased in 1990 with the slight name change of Malcolm McLaren And The House Of McLaren – after Madonna’s ‘Vogue’ became a hit. ‘Deep In Vogue’ is now promoted to A side (the fact that Mark and William’s mix went to number 1 on the US Billboard Dance chart was also a plus).

 

The ‘Deep In Vogue (Ambient Mix)’ is only available on the CD SINGLE (titled ‘Opulence – You Own Everything’) & UK DJ PROMO [EPIC XPR 1522] .

 

 

Malcolm McLaren And The House Of McLaren – Deep in Vogue** (1990)

 

UK DJ PROMO Deep In Vogue (Banjie Realness)** / Deep In Vogue (Ambient Mix)** + Deep In Vogue (Album Version)**   [EPIC XPR 1522]

 

UK 12″ Deep In Vogue (Banjie Realness)** / All Night Long   [EPIC WALTZ T6]

 

UK 12″ Deep In Vogue (Banjie Realness)** + All Night Long   [EPIC WALTZ E6] came with one side etched and with a vogueing poster.

 

UK CD Deep In Vogue** / Deep In Vogue (Banjie Realness)** / Opulence – You Own Everything (Extended Version)**   [EPIC WALTZ C6]

 

** Mark Moore and William Orbit Remix

 

 

ESSENTIAL!

 

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Malcolm McLaren And The Bootzilla Orchestra featuring Lisa Marie – Something’s Jumpin In Your Shirt** (1989)

 

UK 12″ Something’s Jumpin’ In Your Shirt (Walk The Body Mix)** / All Night Long   [Epic WALTZ T3]

 

** Mark Moore and William Orbit Remix

 

ESSENTIAL!

This is also Mark’s favourite remix of the mixes he has done.

 

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Malcolm McLaren – Call A Wave** (1989)

 

UK DJ PROMO DOUBLEPACK WHITE LABEL 12″ Call A Wave (DFC Dance Mix) / Call A Wave (Breakdown Mix)   [WALTZ T5]   plus

 

Call A Wave (Orbital Mix)** /Call A Wave (Return To The Deep Ambient Mix)** + Call A Wave (New Age Mix)   [EPIC WALTZ Q5]

 

** Mark Moore and William Orbit Remix

 

Mark is not sure if this came out!

 

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Fine Young Cannibals – Johnny Come Home (1990)

 

US 12″ Johnny Come Home (Mark Moore 12″ Version) / Johnny Come Home (Mark Moore Remix) (7″) + Johnny Takes A Trip   [MCA 12-53950]

 

US LP The Raw & The Remix – Johnny Come Home (Mark Moore 12″ Version)   [MCA-10125]

 

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Sly And Lovechild – Rainbow (1991)

 

UK 12″ Rainbow (Mark Moore Mix) / Rainbow(Green Mix) + Rainbow (Red Mix)   [Citybeat CBE 1264]

 

UK CD Rainbow (Mark Moore Mix – Edited Version) / Rainbow(Edit) /Rainbow (Mark Moore Mix)/ Rainbow (Green Mix) + Rainbow (Red Mix)   [Citybeat CBE 764 CD]

 

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Seal – The Beginning (1991)

 

UK DJ PROMO 12″ The Beginning (Mark Moore Remix) + (Dub) / (Turbo Power Mist) + (Giro E Giro Mix)   {ZTT SAM 832]

 

UK 12″ The Beginning (Mark Moore Remix) / (Dub) + (Giro E Giro Mix)   {ZTT ZANG 21T]

 

UK CD The Beginning / (Giro E Giro Mix) / The Beginning (Mark Moore Remix) / Deep Water (Acoustic)    {ZTT ZANG 21 CD]

 

US DJ PROMO DOUBLEPACK 12″ The Beginning (Mark Moore Remix) + (Dub) (listed as UK Remix and UK Dub)   [ZTT/SIRE/WARNER BROTHERS PRO-A 5065] includes remixes by Shep Pettibone/Robin Hancock

 

US CD The Beginning (UK Remix)   [ZTT/SIRE/WARNER BROTHERS 9 40200-2]   includes remixes by Shep Pettibone/Robin Hancock

 

Ably assisted by Dan Donovan says Mark.

 

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Randy Crawford – Forget Me Nots*** (1995)

 

GERMAN DJ PROMO 12″ Forget Me Nots (Peter’s Vocal  Remix)/ Forget Me Nots (Stylofoam Remix)***   [WEA PRO 6035]

 

GERMAN 12″ Forget Me Nots (Peter’s Vocal  Remix) + (Stylofoam Remix)*** + (Single Edit) / (Delaney’s Mix) + (Femi Fem Rotation Mix) + (Chocolate City Mix)   [WEA YZ 962 T]

 

UK DJ PROMO 12″ Forget Me Nots (Peter’s Vocal  Remix) + (Stylofoam Remix)*** / (Delaney’s Mix) + (Femi Fem Rotation Mix) + (Single Edit)   [WEA SAM 1635]

 

US DOUBLEPACK 12″ Forget Me Nots (Stylofoam Remix)***   [BLUEMOON 0-9564 1] includes US remixes by Robbie Tronco/Davidson Ospina/Juan Kato/Matthias Heilbron/Mike Delgado/Todd Terry

 

*** Mark Moore and Ian B Remix as Stylofoam

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Divine – Native Love*** (1996)

 

UK 6 x 12″ BOX SET Divine The 12″ Remix Collection – Native Love***   [AVEX AVEXTS 33X] includes remixes by Jon Of The  Pleased Women/Hyper Go Go/Checkpoint Charlie/Hybrid/Aquarius

 

UK CD Jon Of The Pleased Wimmin Presents Female Trouble Divine The Remixes –  Native Love***   [AVEXCD 29] includes remixes by Jon Of The Pleased Women/Hyper Go Go/Checkpoint Charlie/Hybrid/Aquarius

 

UK CASSETTE Jon Of The Pleased Wimmin Presents Female Trouble Divine The Remixes –  Native Love***   [AVEXMC 29] includes remixes by Jon Of The  Pleased Women/Hyper Go Go/Checkpoint Charlie/Hybrid/Aquarius

 

*** Mark Moore and Ian B Remix

 

Mark gets to remix his trash idol from his teenage years, Divine of Pink Flamingos fame. Mark Moore and Ian B also did a Club Mix (minus the vocal of Divine) and a great Underground Mix which were not released (but Mark says he may put them on his website as a free download).

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Ping Pong – It’s About Rhythm/Adorable (1996) Ping Pong – It’s About Rhythm

 

UK 7″ It’s About Rhythm / Adorable   [BONE 001] came in plain black sleeve with sticker and lyric sheet insert.

 

UK CD It’s About Rhythm (7″) / Adorable (7″) / It’s About Rhythm (Earl Brutus Remix) / (Jack-Uzi Remix) / (K-Groove Remix) / (Student Union Remix) / ( Aardvark Remix)   [Bone 001CD]

 

UK 12″ It’s About Rhythm (Earl Brutus Remix) + (Aardvark Remix) / (K-Groove Remix) + (Jack-Uz Remix) + (Orig 7″ Mix)   [BONE 001T]

 

First and only release on Mark’s Bone Records. Ping Pong were Lousie Prey, Adamski and Dave Barbe (ex Adam & The Ants/Bow Wow Wow drummer) before they split and morphed into the Ping Pong Bitches. Mark managed them for about 10 minutes.

 

‘Adorable’ is a rework of Adamski’s ‘Killer’ with a Peggy Lee-esque vocal by Louise.

 

Credit says mixed by Louise and Mark.

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K-Groove – Starburst*** (1996)

 

UK 12″ Starburst (Mark Moore & Ian B Remix)*** /? + (Original Version)   [Juice Box JG002]

 

*** Mark Moore and Ian B Remix

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The Real Thing – Can You Feel The Force*** (1997)

 

UK 12″ Can You Feel The Force (Mark Moore & Ian B Remix)*** / (Rhythm Masters Dub Mix)   [D Disco/BMG 43214 98721]

 

*** Mark Moore and Ian B

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BTG (The Boystown Gang) – Disco Kicks*** (1997)

 

UK DOUBLEPACK 12″ Twisted Disco E.P.   Disco Kicks (Mark Moore & Ian B Chuff Chuff Mix)*** / Disco Kicks (Mark Moore & Ian B Stop And Go Mix)***       [D Disco/BMG74321-562191]   plus

 

The Real Thing – Can You Feel The Force (Mark Pichiotti Mixes)

 

US DJ PROMO DOUBLEPACK 12″ Disco Kicks (Mark Moore & Ian B Vocal Mix)*** / Disco Kicks (Mark Moore & Ian B Chuff Chuff Mix)*** + Disco Kicks (Mark Moore & Ian B Stop And Go Mix)***   [ARIOLA/BMG US LATIN 2331-1RLDJ]   plus

 

Ralphi Rosario remixes.

 

*** Mark Moore and Ian B Remix

 

ESSENTIAL!

Mark still plays the ‘Stop And Go Mix’ and it rocks every time!

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Minimal Man – Treatment Feel**** (2000)

 

UK 12″ Treatment Feel (T-Total Vs Mark Moore Mix)**** / Treatment Feel (Original Mix Remastered)   [Vinyl Solution VC02]

 

 

**** T-Total Vs Mark Moore Remix

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Haven’t done the trainspotter research on these yet:

 

Ping Pong Bitches – Rock Action****  [Poptones] (2002) (on Mark’s MM01 mix CD)

Grom – Wait For Me****   [Ladomat] (2003)

Dead Or Alive – You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)^   [Sony] (2003)

Hot Skates 3000 – No Brakes On My Rollerskates^  [Disco Activisto] (2003)

Erasure – Don’t Say You Love Me (Mark Moore & Eon Berlin Wall Remix / Vocal Remix)  [Mute Records] (2005)

Kish Mauve – Modern Love^^  [Sunday Best] (2006)

B-52s – Quiche Lorraine^^ (S’Express Remix) (Wild Planet 2007 Remix EP)  [Planet Clique] (2007)

Client – It’s Not Over^^  [Out Of Line] (2007)

Unklejam – Stereo ^^  [Virgin] (2007)

Temposhark – Blame***  [Paper & Glue Records] (2008)

Soft Cell – Chips On My Shoulder^^ (on Heat The Remixes album)  [Mercury] (2008)

Mlle Caro & Franc Garcia – Dead Souls^^  [Buzzin' Fly] (2008)

Next Door But One – Art Of The Matter^^  [Earthman Records] (2008)

Chanty Poe ft. C.Monts – Weekend Cruise^^ (on Chanty Poe ‘Yeahh’ album)  [Hottwerk Records] (2008)

Fil OK – Fall In Love  [OK Records] (2011)

 

***   with Ian B

**** with T-Total

^ with David Motion

^^ with Kinky Roland

 

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There was a promo for a record ‘Ra! Ra! Rawhide’ by I Start Counting (1988) that incorrectly credits a remix to Mark Moore & Mark McGuire (it was in fact remixed only by Mark McGuire).

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DJ MIX CD’S:

 

Poptartz (with Al MacKenzie / Boy George/ Sister Bliss) (1995)

 

UK 4 x CD   [REACT CD 67]

UK 4 x CASSETTE   [REACT MC 67]

 

Mark’s Mix:

1. Finito – Movin’ To Music 8)

2. Shades Of Rhythm – My Love (Dub)

3. Eddie Lock & The SMC Project Vs. Dave Valentine & The Self Preservation Society – The DJ Dubs

4. Erik – We Got The Love (PG Tips Dub)

5 .Stylofoam – Comes Over Me 8)

6. The Shaker – Mooncat

7. Tan-Ru – Changeling

8. Basement Of Sound – Move And Groove

9. Shades Of Rhythm -Raise The Feeling (Wandering Dragon III)

10. Tata Box Inhibitors – Protein

11. The Space Kittens – Storm (Aquanaut EP)

12. Fluffy Toy IQ – Let The Fun Begin 8)

13. Stylofoam – Think About It 8)

14. Aquarius – Do Me

15. The 4th Wave – Electroluv

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House Of Limbo Trilogy (1996)

 

UK LTD EDITION UNMIXED CD & MIXED CASSETTE   [LIMBO LIMB 61LE]

UK CD   [LIMBO LIMB 61CDX]

 

Mark’s Mix:

1. Umboza – Cry India (Ark Anthem Mix)

2. Gypsy – I Trance You (Aquarius ’96 Reconstruction Mix)

3. Havana – Best Served Chilled

4. Tocayo – Live In Peace

5. Fade – So Good

6. Dark Sessions – Vol 1(Funk Of Tha’ Month)

7. Yosh – It’s What’s Upfront That Counts

8. Umboza – Sunshine

9. Q Tex – Let The Love (Aquarius Central Dub)

10. Ritmo De Vida – The Spirit Is Justified (Aquatic Mix)

11. Yosh – Gotta Get Next To You

12. Yosh – The Screamer

13. Planet ’95 – Talk To Me (The Diablo Mix)

14. Winc – Thoughts Of A Tranced Love (Yellow Pumpkin Remix)

15. Winc – Thoughts Of A Tranced Love (Psycho Trip)

16. Mukkaa – Kiss My Acid

17. Soul Surfers – Slip (Mountain Mix)

 

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House Of Handbag Nuovo Disco Collection (1997)

 

UK 2 x CD   [SOLIDSTATE SOLIDCD7]   (limited edition came in fake snakeskin wallet and packaging but the normal CD sleeve featuring covergirl Winston is also nice).

UK 2 x CASSETTE   [SOLIDSTATE SOLIDMC7]

 

Mark’s Mix CD1:

1. The Blueboy – Remember Me (Cavern 3 Mix)

2. Farley & Heller Project – Ultra Flava (Rhythm Masters Mix)

3. Black Box – A Positive Vibration (Lelewel Summer Breeze Mix)

4. The Mighty Dub Katz – It’s Just Another Groove (Original Mix)

5. Aquarius – Find The Groove (Summer Free Mix)

6. El Mariachi – Cuba (Hustlers Convention Remix)

7. Jump – Funkatarium (Bug Disco Remix) Exclusive Mix

8. Gusto – Disco’s Revenge (Mole Hole Dirty Mix)

9. The Source Featuring Candi Staton – You Got The Love – The Remixes (Rhythm Masters Superbad Mix)

10. Rob Tissera – Kick Up The Volume (Diva Rhythms Mix)

11. JT Playaz – Just Playin (DJ Digit’s Dub)

12. Direckt – Two Fatt Guitars (Revisited)

13. Rhythm Masters – Get Up Remix

14. Todd Terry Featuring Martha Wash & Jocelyn Brown – Keep On Jumpin’ (Rhythm Masters The Creator Mix)

15. DJ Supreme – Tha Wildstyle (Skindeep Mix)

16. Stretch ‘N’ Vern Presents Maddog – I’m Alive (12′ Original Mix)

17. S’Express – Theme From S’Express (Original Mix Plus 8 ) 8)

 

Mark’s Mix CD2:

1. Slut’s ‘N’ Strings & 909 – (Steamin’ Promises EP) Real Rebellion

2. DJ Duke – Techdisco E.P. Vol 2 – No Mistakes

3. Armand Van Helden – The Funk Phenomena (Kopplungs Version)

4. Screen II – Mr DJ (Da Silva & McCreary Mix)

5. BTG – Disco Kicks (Mark Moore & Ian B Stop/Go Mix) 8)

6. The Last Disco Superstars – Hysteria At Odyssey

7. Brazen Hussies – Brazen Hussies

8. The Real Thing – Can You Feel The Force (Mark Moore & Ian B Remix) 8)

9. Byron Stingily – Get Up (Roger S Overload Mix)

10. Rio Rhythm Band – A Little Closer (Unit 46 Remix)

11. The Lisa Marie Experience – Jumpin (Lisa Marie Sequential Dub)

12. Discotecs – Playmate Puzzle (Planet Nice Mix)

13. Stars And Stripes – Manhatten

14. Doc Martin Presents Discfunktional – Free

15. Anti Funky – All So Nice (Born To Be Alive)

16. BTG – Disco Kicks (Mark Moore & Ian B Chuff Chuff Mix) 8)

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Miss Moneypenny’s Glamorous One (with Tony DeVit/Jim ‘Shaft’ Ryan) (1997)

 

UK 3 x CD   [TOTAL MPENNY CD1]   includes CD booklet and list of club members insert.

UK LTD EDITION 3 x CASSETTE   [TOTAL MPENNY MC1]   includes 3 x picturecard inserts of Transformer and friends, CD booklet and list of club members insert.

 

Mark’s Mix:

1. BI Boy Action Squad – Boopaloopa (Phil Kelsey Mix)

2. NY Alliance – Killa Beat

3. Clank – Funk Me

4. Soul Surfers – Slip (Billy Kiltie Remix)

5. Space – Female Of The Species (D’Still’d Remix)

6. R/Factors – Vis R’ Vis

7. S’Express – Theme From S’Express (Aquarius Remix) 8)

8. Playmate Puzzle – Discotecs

9. Outrage – Tall ‘N’ Handsome (Dex ‘N’ Jonesey Mix)

10. The Last Discosuperstars – Euro-Phoria

11. Baby Blue – Child

12. Ping Pong – It’s About Rhythm (K-Groove Remix) 8)

13. The Blue Boy – Remember Me

 

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MM01   [Trust The DJ] (2002)

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SPLISH RELEASES (Mark’s first label):

 

Tiziana – Seduce Me (1991)

 

UK 12″ Seduce Me (Version 1) / Seduce Me (Version 2)   [SPLISH 1]

UK CD Seduce Me (Version 1) / Seduce Me (Version 2)   [SPLISH 1CD]

 

Licensed from R & S Belgium. A gorgeous cover of the Rave 2001 track written by Luke Coke.

 

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Underground Resistance featuring Yolanda – Living For The Night (1991)

 

UK 12″ Living For The Night / (For The Feeling) + (For The Club)   [SPLISH 2]

 

UK CD Living For The Night (For The Nite )/ (For The Feeling ) / (For The Club) / Live At The Brainstorm Mix) / (Master Reese’s Nite Mix)* / (Free As You Wanna Be Mix)   [SPLISH 2CD]

 

UK 12″  Living For The Night (Live At The Brainstorm Mix) + (The Nite’s Not Over Mix) / (Master Reese’s Nite Mix)* + (Free As You Wanna Be Mix) + (Chez Damier Mix)**   [SPLISH 2R]

 

*   Remix by Kevin Saunderson

** Remix by (give you three guesses) Chez Damier

 

Licensed from Underground Resistance. The initial 12 had the same mixes as the import 12 but were re-equed at the cut. The pressing was so stunningly crisp that most people thought it was a remix.

 

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YBU featuring Jonell – Soul Magic (1991)

 

UK 12″ Soul Magic (5:12 Edit) + (Freestyle Vocal) + (Bass & Drum Style) / (Full Length Version)   [SPLISH 3]

 

UK CD Soul Magic (5:12 Edit) / (Freestyle Vocal) / (Bass & Drum Style) / (Full Length Version)   [SPLISH 3CD]

 

This is Mark’s favourite Splish release. Slow, funky and dreamy. The Full Length Mix is sublime, complete with two and a half minute ambient intro.

 

Mark did the (5:12 Edit) for impatient DJs.

 

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Bam Bam Musique – Milk Of Magnesia (1991)

 

UK 12″ Milk Of Magnesia (Night In Detroit Mix) + (Knuckles Tribute Mix) / (Small Steinway Mix) + (Bad Rhythm Mix)   [SPLISH 4]

 

UK CD Milk Of Magnesia (Night In Detroit Mix) / (Knuckles Tribute Mix) / (Small Steinway Mix) / (Bad Rhythm Mix)   [SPLISH 4CD]

 

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Be Noir – Give Me Your Love (NOT RELEASED)

 

Mark even got Adamski to do a Jet Slags remix which sits somewhere gathering dust. No one can remember why it wasn’t released. Was going to be [SPLISH 5].

 

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Wolfman – Free (1992)

 

UK 12″ Free (Clone Theory) + (Full Moon Mix) / (Airborne) + (Guitar Interface)   [SPLISH 6]

 

Wolfman and Steve Travell (Bump and Pussy 2000) creation.

 

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Wolfman Returns – Deeper (1993)

 

UK 12″ Deeper (In Rock We Trust) + (The Club Dub) / (Positive Jim) + (Bumper Dub)   [SPLISH 7]

 

The Face described this as “Morales meets Motorhead” but Mark reckons Living Colour is closer to the truth.

 

Only Splish release to come in an exquisite picture cover featuring Wolfman and Steve Travell with lots of hair. Actually it does look quite heavy metal!

 

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Fluffy Toy IQ – Let The Fun Begin (1994)

 

UK 12″ Let The Fun Begin (No F.T. No IQ Mix) / Let The Fun Begin (Up Duk Mix)* + Let The Fun Begin (Eon’s Mistress Mix)**   [SPLISH 8]

 

*   Remix by Mount Rushmore

** Remix by Ian B

 

Low key release by Mark Moore and Pete Lorimer. Sasha was a champion of this strange and quirky release.

 

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STYLOFICTION RELEASES (Mark’s second label):

 

Stylofoam – Comes Over Me / Think About It (1995)

 

UK 12″ Comes Over Me / Think About It   [STYLOFICTION SF001]

 

Mark Moore and Ian B collaboration.

 

Label artwork the first ever work by superstar graphic design artist Robbie Bear.

 

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Finito – Movin’ 2 Music (1995)

 

UK 12″ Movin’ 2 Music / Gotta Get Down   [STYLOFICTION SF002]

 

Finbarr and Tony Cosaitis. A-side mixed by Steve Travell.

 

Label cartoon by Finbarr.

 

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Finito – Sundowner (1996)

 

UK 12″ Sundowner / Sundowner (Steve Travell & Wolfman Mix)   [STYLOFICTION SF003]

 

Finbarr and Tony Cosaitis again.

 

Clubs must have been good in ’96 because no one can remember if this was a white label only release.

 

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BONE RELEASES (Mark’s third label):

 

Ping Pong – It’s About Rhythm / Adorable (1996)

 

UK 7″ It’s About Rhythm* / Adorable*   [BONE 001] came in plain black sleeve with sticker and lyric sheet insert.

 

UK CD It’s About Rhythm(7″)* / Adorable(7″)* / It’s About Rhythm (Earl Brutus Remix)** / (Jack-Uzi Remix)*** / (K-Groove Remix)**** / (Student Union Remix)º / (Aardvark Remix)ºº   [Bone 001CD]

 

UK 12″ It’s About Rhythm Remixes: (Earl Brutus Remix)** + (Aardvark Remix)ºº / (K-Groove Remix)**** + (Jack-Uz Remix)*** + (Orig 7″ Mix)*   [BONE 001T]

 

*       Mixed by Louise and Mark

**     Remix by Earl Brutus

***   Remix by Adamski

**** Remix by Kurt Rogers

º         Remix by Martin Green [DJ from Smashing]

ºº       Remix by Aardvark

 

 

First and only release on Mark’s Bone Records. Ping Pong were Lousie Prey, Adamski and Dave Barbe (ex Adam & The Ants/Bow Wow Wow drummer) before they split and morphed into the Ping Pong Bitches. Mark managed them for about 10 minutes and lent Dave Barbe a grand which he never got back.

 

‘Adorable’ is a rework of Adamski’s ‘Killer’ with a Peggy Lee-esque vocal by Louise.

 

Lovely artwork and packaging on the 7″ by Simon Periton (cartoon on lyric sheet by Adamski).

 

Credit says mixed by Louise and Mark.

 

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UMAMI RELEASES (Mark’s fourth label):


12001/7001/CDX001 Mechanical Cabaret – Cheap And Nasty / See Her Smile  (2004)

12002 Mark Moore & Eon present Sonny Bozo – Trash The Can / BangBang  (2005)

12003 Eon Vs The Countess – Magazines Will Kill You  (2005)

12004 Ping Pong Bitches – Roc Ya Body  (2006)

CD101 Ping Pong Bitches – AlphaDog (Album)  (2007)