Derek B - You've Got To Look Up album download
|A||You've Got To Look Up (U.S. Dance Mix)||6:30|
|B1||You've Got To Look Up (Funky Mama Club Mix)||6:33|
|B2||Who Dares Wins (Total Recall Mix)||6:44|
- Distributed By – Rough Trade Distribution
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tuff Audio
- Copyright (c) – Tuff Audio
- Published By – PolyGram Music
- Pressed By – Damont
- Engineer – Gary Wilkinson
- Lacquer Cut By – JA*
- Mixed By – The Nasty Boys
- Photography By – Kevin Davies
- Producer – Derek Boland, K. Adams
- Scratches – Ruff Stuff
- Written-By – I. Cockfield*, Derek Boland
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 018428 000361
- Matrix / Runout (A Side runout groove hand etched): HALT 3 T A1 JA
- Matrix / Runout (B Side rubout groove hand etched): HALT 3T B1 DAMONT
|HALT 3T||Derek B||You've Got To Look Up (12", W/Lbl)||Tuff Audio||HALT 3T||UK||1990|
|HALT 3||Derek B||You've Got To Look Up (7", Single)||Tuff Audio||HALT 3||UK||1990|
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