Search Results for:


Indeep was the brainchild of New Jersey native Mike Cleveland, who with vocalists Rose Marie Ramsey and Réjane (Reggi) Magloire recorded the original “Last Night a DJ Saved My Life” for the struggling Sound of New York Records in 1982. For the song Cleveland reunited with producer Reggie Thompson (with whom he had worked with on Glass’s “Let Me Feel Your Heartbeat” that same year for West End Records, a track co-produced by legendary DJ Larry Levan.) Becket Records first distributed “Last Night” but within a year was releasing all Indeep’s music under their own imprint, where the group fit in perfectly with that label’s roster of funky New York electro and early hip hop artists. This Unidisc release sees two new remixes by British house DJ George Smeddles, who departs from his trademark ‘90s sound, and the original track’s 808 slow groove, for an intense, faster house beat that puts the Chic-influenced guitar/bass riffs front and center. Also here, from the 1982 12” single, are the original “Acapella” mix with vocals including Cleveland’s rap and the “Sure Shot” vocal mix by house DJ Tony Humphries, who had built a reputation in New York for his KISS FM radio show but broke into the mainstream with this mix, the first of many club hits for this iconic DJ.


Matt says: Indeep and George Smeddles take this disco classic to the terraces with a skippy tech-house refix that'll have you cantering around the living room disco in no time. Seriously, leave your pretentions at the door - this is f-ing MEGOH!


A1. Smeddles More Ass Mix
A2. Smeddles More Dub Mix
B1. Original 1982 Version
B2. Original 1982 Acapella
B3. Smeddles More Deep Mix

Just In


Latest Pre-Sales


E-newsletter —
Sign up
Back to top