Category Archives: Slam

Call Him Up

Voices Of 6th Avenue
“Call Him Up”
1992 Stress Records (UK)

01 Call Him Up (Brothers In Rhythm Radio Mix)
02 Call Him Up (Brothers In Rhythm Club Mix)
03 Call Him Up (Brotherly Dub)
04 Call Him Up (Slam Mix)
05 Call Him Up (New Life Club Mix)
06 Call Him Up (Light House Dub)

Gospel influenced club track “Call Him Up” was produced by the NJ duo of Bryan ‘Shank’ Thompson and Paul Scott (Brothers Of Peace), along with Tyrone Payton. Originally issued in 1992 on Ace Beat Records in the US, the single was licensed by Stress for a UK release with remixes by Brothers In Rhythm and Slam, and new mixes by B.O.P.

Chronologie Part 6 (Remixes)


Jean-Michel Jarre
“Chronologie Part 6 (Remixes)”
1994 Polydor/Disques Dreyfus (UK)

01 Chronologie Part 6 (Slam Mix 1)
02 Chronologie Part 6 (Slam Mix 2)
03 Chronologie Part 6 (Main Mix)
04 Chronologie Part 6 (Alternate Mix)
05 Chronologie Part 6 (Original Mix)

The son of film composer Maurice Jarre, Jean-Michel Jarre is a pioneering legend in electronic music. Jarre’s career spans 50 years—he played guitar in French bands before turning his interest toward musique concrète. Recorded in 1969, Jarre’s first single, “La Cage”, was not released until 1971, given disinterest from most labels at the time. While he earned a living in the early-1970s composing music for theater, ballet, film, TV, and adverts, Jarre would find international fame in 1977 with the album “Oxygène”, which would go on to sell 15 million copies.

“Chronologie Part 6”, from Jarre’s 1993 LP “Chronologie”, was remixed by prog house titans Slam and Gat Decor for a 1994 UK release.

This May, Jean-Michel Jarre embarks on his first-ever tour of North America, with nine dates in Canada and the US:

05/09/17: Toronto, ON – Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
05/11/17: Montreal, QC – Bell Centre
05/16/17: Boston, MA – Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
05/18/17: Upper Darby, PA – Tower Theatre
05/20/17: New York, NY – Radio City Music Hall
05/22/17: Chicago, IL – Auditorium Theatre
05/24/17: Broomfield, CO – 1st Bank Center
05/26/17: Berkeley, CA – The Greek Theatre
05/27/17: Los Angeles, CA – Microsoft Theater



Stereo MC’s
1993 4th & Broadway (UK)
BRCD 276 / BRCDX 276

01 Creation (7″ Edit)
02 Creation (Instrumental)
03 All Night Long
04 Creation (Slam Stereophonic Dub)
05 Creation (Slam Vocal)*
06 Creation (Ultimatum Mix)
07 Creation (Ultimatum Instrumental)
08 Creation (Ultimatum Dub)
09 Creation (Justin Robertson Instrumental)
10 Creation (Pure Creation Mix)

*Bonus track not on original CD release



01 Favelas (Sambòdromo Mix)
02 Favelas (Novacap Mix)
03 Favelas (Free City Mix)
04 Favelas (Slam Mix)

INFO > After signing to EastWest, The Aloof explored their downtempo and techno sides on 1995’s “Favelas.” Joining the group’s variations is an epic, 12-minute tech-house mix from Slam.

Sunscreem – Broken English

“Broken English”
1992 Sony Soho Square (UK)
658872 2 / 658903 2 / 658903 5 / XPCD 241

01. Broken English (7″ Version) 03:36
02. Broken English (7″ Extended Version) 04:56
03. Broken English (Slam Vocal Mix) 06:44
04. Broken English (Slam Sub Dub) 06:41
05. Broken English (Distorted English) 06:19
06. Broken English (Broken Rhythm) 08:56
07. Broken English (SXS Vocal Mix) 08:26
08. Broken English (The Well Hung Parliament Mix) 08:58

INFO > Sunscreem’s fifth single was an inspired cover of Marianne Faithfull’s 1980 anti-war anthem, “Broken English.” There’s no shortage of remixes across the various formats, with reworkings courtesy of Phil Bodger, Slam, The Wizard Of Oz, Dave Valentine, Paul Gotel, and band members Lucia Holm and Sean Wright.