"Whatever, let's stop nit-picking; both came out the same year; both of these tracks made (Detroit) dance music history; both received local Detroit radio support via the likes of cult and influential Detroit radio jock Electrifying Mojo and both gave birth to a new dance music genre — Detroit Techno."
"As for my personal opinion? I would actually put them both in joint first LOL. Sounds more than fair and justified, at least until someone can prove 100% one way or the other. But that isn't going to happen."
"Pretty good Kevin Saunderson and Scott Kinchen Hip-House effort! An average female Hip-House style vocal rap delivery + a Tyree 'Video Crash' sample + Inner City style synths and there you go - Wham! - a Hip-House classic!!"
"Come on, be honest now, do any of you real and true Detroit Techno bods actually like this track? I always found it far too commercial for my taste. For me, it's Saunderson's weakest track along with the truly terrible 'Dear John'. Sorry, Kevin."
Warning:Avoid this track at all costs - truly terrible!!!!!! I've Had no choice but to be add it as it's part of the KMS cat. God only knows what Kevin was thinking of releasing this rubbish. Not even remixes from Carl Craig, MK and Chez Damier could save this truly awful track.
Another thing, thinking about it now, why the hell were no instrumental mixes included? At least that would have been its one saving grace.
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