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S'Express - Original Soundtrack Album

S'Express - Original Soundtrack Album
Original Soundtrack
Acid House, House
Apr 2010
MP3 album size:
2090 mb
FLAC album size:
1039 mb
Cherry Pop


1Superfly Guy (The Fluffy Bagel Mix)
Remix [Uncredited] – The Marks BrothersWritten By – David WhiteWritten-By – Mark Moore, Pascal Gabriel
2Special And Golden (Parts I & II)
Written-By – Brendan Beal, Mark Moore
3The Trip (Microdot House 12" Mix)
Written-By – Mark Moore, Pascal Gabriel
4Pimps, Pushers & Prostitutes
Written-By – McGuire, Mark Moore, Merlin
5 Bonus Tracks
6Hey Music Lover
Written-By – Sylvester Stewart
7Superfly Guy
Written By – David WhiteWritten-By – Mark Moore, Pascal Gabriel
8Hey Music Lover (Miller Mash Glass Smash Mix)
Remix [Uncredited] – Philip Glass, William OrbitWritten-By – Sylvester Stewart
9Pimps, Pushers & Prostitutes (Instr.)
Written-By – Justin Boreland, Mark Maguire, Mark Moore
10Can You Feel Me
Written-By – E. Mix, Mark Moore
11Coma II (A.M/O.K)
Written-By – Mark Moore
12Theme From S-Express (12" Mix)
Written-By – Mark Moore, Miles Gregory, Pascal Gabriel
13L'Age Du Gateau
Written-By – Mark Moore
14Blow Me Another Lollypop
Written-By – Mark Moore, Pascal Gabriel
15Overture / Theme From S'Express
Composed By [Theme From S'Express Includes Sample Of I've Got The Hots For You Composed By] – Matt Noble, Toni SmithWritten-By [Overture] – Mark MooreWritten-By [Theme From S'Express] – Mark Moore, Pascal Gabriel


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LEFT LP8S'Express Original Soundtrack ‎(LP, Album)Rhythm King RecordsLEFT LP8UK1989
ST 1040-2S'Express Original Soundtrack ‎(CD, Album)StilettoST 1040-2BrazilUnknown
220.4010S'Express Original Soundtrack ‎(LP, Album)Stiletto220.4010Brazil1989
LEFT LP8S'Express Original Soundtrack ‎(LP, Album)Rhythm King RecordsLEFT LP8Italy1989
C1-91442, LEFT LP8S'Express Original Soundtrack ‎(LP, Album)Capitol Records, Rhythm King RecordsC1-91442, LEFT LP8US1989


  • Coordinator [Project Co-ordination]Tim Madgwick
  • Design [Additional], LayoutJim @ Wolf Graphics
  • Illustration [Original Sleeve Illustration]David Little
  • Liner NotesPaul Morley
  • Photography ByKevin Davies


Bonus tracks (11-14) are mastered louder than the rest of the album.

℗ 1988-1989 Rhythm King Records, exclusively licensed to Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited.
This compilation © 2010 CherryPop; a division of Cherry Red Records Ltd.
All tracks licensed from Sony Music Entertainment UK Ltd.

Distributed by PHD.
Made in the E.U.

Liner notes reproduced with the kind permission of Paul Morley. Originally published by guardian.co.uk

Booklet includes S'Express UK discography.


  • Barcode: 5 013929 424623
  • Matrix / Runout: CRPOP046 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY34
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI AEW22


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rhythm King Records
  • Copyright (c) – Cherry Pop
  • Licensed To – Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited
  • Licensed From – Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited
  • Distributed By – PHD


Original Soundtrack - S'Express. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Original Soundtrack. Исполнитель: S'Express. 2010 dance. Original Soundtrack is the debut album by English dance music act S'Express, released in 1989. It was predominantly written and produced by Mark Moore along with Mark McGuire. Pascal Gabriel co-produced the album's two biggest hits, Theme from S'Express and Superfly Guy. The album charted well in the UK, reaching number five on the UK Albums Chart, and was also received well on the US dance chart. The album was certified gold in the UK by the British Phonographic Industry. S'Express - Original Soundtrack - Full Album - 1989. Steve Bailey. Reel 1. Theme From S'Express. L'Age Du Gateau. Can You Feel 1989 14 Songs. Dance 1989. Theme from S'Express Overture. S'Express - Original Soundtrack 1989. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Techno Dance Acid House. Songs in album S'Express - Original Soundtrack 1989. S'Express - Intro. S'Express - Theme From S'express. S'Express - L'age Du Gateau. S'Express - Can You Feel Me 422. S'Express - Superfly Guy. S'Express - Blow Me Another Lollipop. Listen free to S'Express Original Soundtrack Overture, Theme from S'Express and more. 10 tracks 44:14. Released in 1989, S'Express' worldwide smash of a debut was one of the first brave new wave of sample slaying LPs that helped define dance music culture in the UK. Their pioneering jumble of. When S'Express blew up, it was a case of right place, right time, says the man behind the band, Mark Moore. I was a fan of hip-hop cut & paste, like Double Dee and Steinski, the acid house I was playing as clubs like Shoom and Spectrum were springing up, as well as Chicago house and Detroit techno. I just wanted to see if I could apply all these things into something that hadn't really been done before, which was disco. Released 1989. Original Soundtrack Tracklist. Overture Lyrics. Missing Lyrics. Theme From S'Express Lyrics


  • Hellblade
Bit of a missed opportunity [again]...There is an amazing treasure-trove of excellent B-sides and alternative mixes still uncompiled. The various versions of "Hey Music Lover" [by William Orbit, Daniel Miller etc, but not the lame US versions by Shep Pettibone; and I really wish someone would re-release "Have A Nice Day" on CD, a pummeling acid B-side. ] are some of the best, most interesting remixes of the period. Plus a couple of vintage Baby Ford versions are out there, too. S-Express still seem to represented as a bit of silly late-80s kitsch, whereas they were actually a pretty awesome bunch of producers pushing mainstream dance music into some very strange places. I recommend you track down some of the old CD singles.
  • Doomblade
Yeah, I'm lucky in that I managed to sweep up all the CD singles [and 12"s] for peanuts in the mid-90s, but all those amazing tracks are otherwise lost.It does seem to be a weird forgotten sector of dance music, that whole Rhythm King era. Baby Ford's amazing, seminal Fordtrax is still out of print!
  • Dodo
Agree agree... Still sad that Have A Nice Day has no digital release (that re-release CD mentioned above doesn't seem to have actually appeared - despite Cherry Pop's page saying it's included, the actual track listing doesn't mention those two additions) - it's an oddly compelling acid monster, and easily one of the better b-sides that riffed off the a-side (or were they the other way around?).I'm lucky enough to own the only CD to include the UK 12" version of Superfly Guy, which is far superior to the muted Fluffy Bagel mix that appears everywhere, and I still regularly listen to Special & Golden.
  • Wire
Remarkably, this is being re-issued on Monday [03/09/12] with 2 additonal bonus tracks; Funky Killer [12" Version] & Have A Nice Day... it deserves nothing more than a 2CD release with more of the brilliant remixes + B-side Happy Happy S'Express.
  • greed style
I agree! "Have A Nice Day" is the best track made by this project. It really has THAT sinister feeling like classic masterpieces such as "Phuture - We Are Phuture" and "Bam Bam - Where's Your Child?". It's very sad they haven't include it on re-release.
  • Naktilar
Indeed, why the 12" mix of "Theme" was included, when it's only a few bars different to the album version is a bit of a puzzler!Here's hoping the rumoured S'Express 12" collection from Cherry Red/Pop comes to fruition.
  • Vetalol
This 2010 Re-release is a good thing for the S'Express fans like me :o). It's the same album like the 1989 version on Rhythm King, completed with four bonus tracks from the 12" releases. The interest is the booklet wich is more detailed with lot of informations & pictures from the 80's group era. But i think the group deserved a better artwork release wich is very poor compared to it's original forms.