Friday, July 9, 2010

Two 12" Singles from 1990

This blog post covers 12" singles from 1990 containing music by little-known artists. First off, here's a New Jack Swing ditty titled "Tell the Truth (About It)" by a group called Images:

Released on the Cardiac label (catalogue no. 3-4001-0), this is a funky jam that is telling everyone that they should "tell the truth about it". Unfortunately I think it was much overlooked, and Images aren't that well-known today.

Secondly, we are treated to some rap-house with a nice British accent. It's titled "Sounds Underground", and performed by a group who decided to call themselves They Who Move:

Featuring Nadee Jones on rap vocals, this song extolls the joys of house music. Sounds Underground will definitely make you move and groove! Well this record was also pretty much overlooked, and I neither haven't found any info about them.

Ryan AKA OldMusicOnVinyl1 signing off, hoping that your ears will drink some Kool-Aid.

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