Margaret Urlich began her career as the vocalist for the new wave group Peking Man with her brother Pat, Tim Calder, Perry Marshall, Jan Foulkes, Neville Hall, John Fearon and Jay F-bula. Peking Man won the 1984 Shazam! Battle of The Bands, (a TVNZ pop show) nz on screen, had a number of hit songs in New Zealand, “Good Luck to You”, which reached No. 6, “Lift Your Head Up High”, reaching No. 21 and the number one, “Room That Echoes”, in 1985. Later she was a member of an all-girl pop group in New Zealand called When The Cat’s Away. Urlich moved to Australia during the late 1980s and released her solo debut album Safety In Numbers in 1989. The album peaked at No. 4 on the New Zealand album charts and No. 5 on the Australian album charts and went triple platinum in Australia. Urlich winning an ARIA Award in 1991 for “Best Breakthrough Artist.”
“Number One (Remember When We Danced All Night)’ was the debut single from the Safety In Numbers album and is most well known for having one of the most obscure PWL remixes, being released on 12” single in Australia only.
The single went to #10 in New Zealand and #24 in Australia, Pete Hammond was responsible for the remix.
Number One (Remember When We Danced All Night) (PWL Remix) 7:10
Number One (Remember When We Danced All Night) 4:00
Room That Echoes 3:50