Princess ‎– After The Love Has Go-Go Gone (1985)

Desiree Heslop, best known as Princess, is a British singer who found chart success in the mid-1980s. In the late-1970s she worked with the group Osibisa. Her first solo album Princess (1986) was composed and produced by Stock Aitken Waterman which contained the hit single, “Say I’m Your Number One”. The album spawned 5 charting singles, and was certified silver in the UK.

“After the Love Has Gone” was the follow-up single to ‘Say I’m Your Number One” and charted highly around the world (#28 UK, #57 AUS, #5 Norway, #6 New Zealand, #8 Sweden, #15 Switzerland, #27 Ireland, #25 The Netherlands, #27 Germany, #28 US Dance, #41 US R&B)

Like it’s predecessor, “After the Love Has Gone” was released on a number of differing 12″ singles with unique mixes with this particular 12″ featuring remixes by Phil Harding.

After The Love Has Go-Go Gone (A PWL Remix)                  10:07

After The Dub Has Gone (A PWL Remix)                               5:43

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Princess ‎– I’ll Keep On Loving You (Remix) (1986)

“I’ll Keep On Loving You” was the third single to be released from Princess’ self-titled debut album. The single went Top 20 in the UK, New Zealand and Switzerland.

The track was again written and produced by Stock/Aitken/Waterman and like the previous singles was released in a range of formats with a number of different mixes.

This particular 12″ was released in the UK and Germany and included remixes by The Funky Sisters (Phil Harding & Pete Waterman), DJ Cheese and Chad Jackson. None of the remixes would appear on the Cherry Pop 2009 reissue of the album.

I’ll Keep On Loving You (Funky Sisters Mix “Say Dub It”)                        8:46

I’ll Keep On Loving You (Cheese’s “Keep On Scratching It” Mix)              8:06

I’ll Keep On Loving You (Chad’s “Scratch, Mix And Dub Mix”)                  6:09

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Princess ‎– Say I’m Your No. 1 (Remix Number 2) / H.R.H. Mix No 3 (1985)

Princess aka Desiree Heslop released her debut single “Say I’m Your Number One” on independent label Supreme Records in 1985.

Written and produced by Stock, Aitken & Waterman, the track would be a worldwide success, hitting #2 in New Zealand, #2 in Germany, #4 in Switzerland, #7 in the UK, #8 in Australia and #22 on the US Dance Charts.

The track would also begin Stock, Aitken & Waterman’s domination of the UK charts for the remainder of the 80’s.

“Say I’m Your Number One” was released on a range of 12″ singles with these mixes coming from a 12″ single given away free with one of the subsequent Princess releases.

The double A side single was remixed by The Funky Sisters (Phil Harding & Pete Waterman).

Say I’m Your Number One (Remix Number 2)      11:02

Say I’m Your Number One (H.R.H. Mix No. 3)        9:00

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Princess – In The Heat Of A Passionate Moment (1986)

Princess (born Desiree Heslop, 27 November 1961) is a British singer who found chart success in the mid-1980s. In the late-1970s she worked with the group Osibisa.

Her first solo album Princess (1986) was composed and produced by Stock Aitken Waterman which contained the single, “Say I’m Your Number One”.

The third single released from the album would be “In The Heat Of A Passionate Moment” and like the two preceding singles, it would be released in a range of remixes. From the German 12″ single comes this Phil Harding remix.

In The Heat Of A Passionate Moment (The So Long Mix)      8:00

In The Heat Of A Passionate Moment (Instrumental)             4:13

In The Heat Of A Passionate Moment (Album Mix)                 7:46

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