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Runaway (14 mixes)

12-inch (Item 67548) A&M, 1995 — Condition: Used
2x12"
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12-inch, Vinyl record


A boatload of mixes of this Janet Jackson track, one of her more commercial numbers, but given some nice spins by Steve Silk Hurley and Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis. 14 different mixes seems like they're going a bit overboard, but we're not complaining: "G Man's Hip Hop Mix feat. Coolio", "G Man's Hip Hop Extended", "Silk's Old Skool Radio", "G Man's Club Mix", "Kelly's Bump & Run 12"", "Kelly's Bump & Run Radio", "Silk's Old Skool 12"", "Torin's Chicago Underground", "Maestro's 95th & Ashland House Dub", "Silk's Housy Mix", "Jam & Lewis Street Mix Edit", "Jam & Lewis Ghetto Mix", "J.A.M. Session Mix" and "Indasoul Mix". (Promo in a stickered sleeve.)  © 1996-2017, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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