Disco Kicks The Complete Moby Discks Recordings 2CD - Boys Town Gang

Disco Kicks The Complete Moby Discks Recordings 2CD
Arriving at the tail end of the disco era The Boys Town Gang, somewhat belatedly summed up everything daring and subversive that the golden age of dance had been known for. The brainchild of San Franciscan DJ/producer Bill Motley, the Boys Town Gang were a hastily assembled fictitious group in the classic industry mould of Shalamar.
The group’s first release contained two tracks that instantly became underground club classics. A disco-fied medley of the two early solo Diana Ross hits ‘Ain’t No Mountain High Enough’ and ‘Remember Me’ immediately opened doors for the group when it appeared on DJ set lists all over the USA in 1981. But the powerhouse track turned out to be on the flipside. ‘Cruisin’ The Streets’ had a new sound that set it apart from any disco record before it. With lead vocals by Cynthia Manley the song was overtly sexual and homoerotic.
When ‘Cruisin’ The Streets’ became a massive international club hit a permanent group was formed featuring vocalist Jackson Moore replacing Manley. The newly formed trio’s biggest hit was their disco-fied cover of the Andy Williams hit ‘Can’t Take My Eyes Off You’ which landed them a top ten UK hit in 1982.
Further disco and Hi-NRG covers of soul classics such as ‘Signed, Sealed, Delivered, I’m Yours’ and ‘When Will I See You Again’ gave the group several club hits in the early to mid 1980’s.
HOT SHOT RECORDS is very proud to present the first ever complete anthology of THE BOYS TOWN GANG where the original Moby Dick records have been used.
Released as a double CD collection with slip case, this anthology is a must for all 80’s Pop, Disco and Hi-NRG fans.

Release Date: TBA

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DISC ONE:
1. REMEMBER ME / AIN'T NO MOUNTAIN HIGH ENOUGH SUITE
2. CRUISIN' THE STREETS
3. CAN'T TAKE MY EYES OFF YOU
4. COME AND GET YOUR LOVE
5. SIGNED, SEALED, DELIVERED (I'M YOURS)
6. YOU'RE THE ONE
7. DISCO KICKS
DISC TWO:
1. YESTER-ME, YESTER-YOU, YESTERDAY
2. WHEN WILL I SEE YOU AGAIN
3. A GOOD MAN (IS HARD TO FIND)
4. BRAND NEW ME (IN AND OUT OF LOVE)
5. (HERE I AM) WAITING FOR YOU
6. I JUST CAN'T HELP BELIEVING
7. REMEMBER ME / AIN'T NO MOUNTAIN HIGH ENOUGH (REMIX)
8. CRUISIN' THE STREETS (REMIX)
9. CAN'T TAKE MY EYES OFF YOU (REMIX)
10. SIGNED, SEALED, DELIVERED (I'M YOURS) (REMIX)
11. DISCO KICKS (REMIX)



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