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1. Side 1
2. Track 2
3. Hot Streak - Body Work [Vocal Mix]
4. Track 4
5. World Premiere - Share the Night [Club Mix]
6. Track 6
7. the Affair Feat Alyson - Please Don't Break My Heart [Radio Edit]
8. Track 8
9. Shot Feat Kim Marsh - Main Thing [Club Vocal]
10. Side 2
11. Track 11
12. Monyaka - Go Deh Yaka (Go to the Top) [Club Mix]
13. Track 13
14. Cultural Vibe - Ma Foom Bey [Love Chant Version]
15. Track 15
16. Serious Intention - You Don't Know [Limited Edition Special Remix]
17. Track 17
18. Adeva - in ; Out of My Life [Club Mix]
19. Side 3
20. Track 20
21. Jocelyn Brown - Picking Up Promises [Club Mix]
22. Track 22
23. Paul Simpson Connection - Treat Her Sweeter [Dance Mix]
24. Track 24
25. Kathy Brown - Happy People [Knee Deep's to L.B. Dub]
26. Side 4
27. Track 27
28. Keisha Jenkins - Goin' Through the Motions [Motion Mix]
29. Track 29
30. Cassio - Baby Love (Asja Iman)
31. Track 31
32. De'lacy - Hideaway [Deep Dish Remix]

More Info:

Easy Street Records was launched in 1983, by US music industry executive Michael Gusick. Two of the label's early tracks by Monyaka and Hot Streak, were released by Polydor Records resulting in two UK Top 20 hits, and both tracks' full length versions feature here, along with a further 12 tracks, on this Vinyl 2LP 40th Anniversary celebration. The back-story is that Hot Streak, which included Curtis Hudson and Lisa Stevens, were recommended to Michael Gusick by the DJ Producer, Jellybean. 'Body Work' was co-produced by Jellybean and the following year, Hudson and Stevens, had a worldwide hit by aspiring Artist, Madonna; the track,...'Holiday'. Meanwhile, 'Body Work' found itself as the only independently owned record on the 1984 "Breakdance" (aka "Breakin") soundtrack but the song remains relevant today and has been used asthe opening track during Dua Lipa's tour. Monyaka were signed after a taxi driver gave a passenger - an Easy Street exec - acassette of his band's music!