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Paul Simpson Connection - Use Me Lose Me FLAC album


Performer: Paul Simpson Connection
Genre: Electronic
Title: Use Me Lose Me
Country: US
Released: 1982
Style: Disco
FLAC version ZIP size: 1598 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1378 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1432 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 474
Other Formats: ADX MP3 TTA MIDI MP4 MPC AAC

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Paul Simpson Connection. Use Me Lose Me ‎(12"). Paul Simpson Connection. Use Me, Loose Me ‎(12").

LyricsUse Me Lose Me (Lose Me Us. he Paul Simpson Connection. Download now. English.

Tracklist

Use Me Lose Me (Vocal) 6:00
Use Me Lose Me (Instrumental) 5:27
Reprise Me 5:21
Dub Me 6:12
Acapella Me 0:33

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SWRL 2209 Paul Simpson Connection Use Me Lose Me ‎(12") Streetwise SWRL 2209 US 1982
SWRL 2209 Paul Simpson Connection Use Me Lose Me ‎(12", Promo) Streetwise SWRL 2209 US 1982
SWRL 2209 Paul Simpson Connection Use Me Lose Me ‎(12", TP) Streetwise SWRL 2209 US 1982
SWRL 1109 Paul Simpson Connection Use Me Lose Me ‎(7", Promo) Streetwise SWRL 1109 US 1982
RHR 3230 Paul Simpson Connection Use Me, Loose Me ‎(12") Rams Horn Records RHR 3230 Netherlands 1983
RAMSH-1230 Paul Simpson Connection Use Me, Loose Me ‎(7", Single) Rams Horn Records RAMSH-1230 Netherlands 1983
RHR 3569 Paul Simpson Connection Use Me, Loose Me ‎(12") Rams Horn Records RHR 3569 Netherlands 1986
RHR 3569 Paul Simpson Connection Use Me, Loose Me ‎(12") Rams Horn Records RHR 3569 Netherlands 1986

Xtreem
i have to say that this classic did it for me the moment when i brought this record back in the early 90's the vocals and keyboard works along with the congo drums make it fantastic for a d.j. mix with other classics that matches this forgotten house boogie classic i just don't know why it was never airplay that much on radios because the last time i heard it was the dub me mix connections with use me lose me was wdas f.m. in philly way back in the late 80's i have say that no studio group could never remake this the way paul simpson did ,,,,never the female vocalist i just now notice was rozlyn sorrell she had a tune on atlantic called sucker for candy that was a for house classic.

Kagalkree
Excellent sound regardless of what genre it's classified as. Does anyone know the lead singer? Fantastic Black female voice. I've downloaded both the vocal & instrumental versions for my playlist.

Yojin
Thanks so much. I Googled it and couldn't find a thing. Don't know how you did, but I'm glad you did and responded. I'll look up her Atlantic single Sucker for Candy for sure. THX again!

Beazezius
her name was rozlyn sorrell she was the vocalist on that song for use me lose me.

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Another overlooked gem from Paul Simpson... I'm guessing that his sound, because of falling uniquely between boogie, Philly & NY Disco and with a dub touch, just can't be pigeon holed & there for slips through the media loopholes as historical tracks easier to put a finger on get most of the attention. A beautiful arrangement, & if I'm not mistaken, those conga drums came straight off First Choice's 'Love Thang'. The Instrumental & Reprise Mixes are the ones for me... Pure class.

Cobandis
One of my all time favorites disco songs with very nice use of a xylophone. I just don't understand it being classified here as "Garage house", Discogs says among other things this about Garage house: "This style was popular in the beginning of the 90's.", The record is from 1983 (I bought it - and still have it in good shape - also back then.)Perhaps someone with a better understanding of "Garage house" can clarify this.... (I wouldn't use the term "House" for this tune at all).

Hallolan
Garage House removed as a style. Someone needs to brush up on their history ;-)

Uyehuguita
Yep, certainly not the garage house that discogs describes. However I guess it was the kinda record that got spun at the Paradise Garage and a lot of those records were categorised as garage by association, long before garage house, UK garage et al became terms of use. But agree that here it should simply be disco.