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A big US pop hit for Green and the Scritti's – decidedly more mainstream than before, but still with a quirky edge that belies their post-punk roots – especially in the "version" tracks which mix things up with a bit more of a street feel. 12-inch, Vinyl record
Think what you want about the Pet Shop Boys, this tune's still got a simple charm that we love – one of the last gasps of early 80s British pop seeping into American club – and a nicely spoken lyric that still beats out most of what was going on in US pop at the time! 12-inch, Vinyl record