With Coldcut , Beatmasters and Bomb the Bass this duo sneaked out this similar early pop house track. A mix of ABC vocals and Chicago “JACK” House and produced by Phil Harding and Ian Curnow. The pretty faces behind Blue Mercedes were Duncan Millar (keyboards) and David Titlow (vocals) released this as there debut 1987, predating piano house. The Terence Yo Yo Mix starts off like Madonna’s “Holiday” and is a more than acceptable dub without those god awful lyrics, blame Pete Waterman.
MCA Records – MCA-23817
|A||I Want To Be Your Property (Street Latin Wolff Mix)||7:17|
|B1||I Want To Be Your Property (DEF B4 Dishonour Mix)||6:48|
|B2||I Want To Be Your Property (Terence Yo-Yo Mix)||4:20|