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8 Replies to “ Straight Up (Kevin Saunderson Club Mix) - Paula Abdul - Forever Your Girl (Vinyl) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Straight Up (Marley Marl Mix & Kevin Saunderson House Mix) on Discogs. Label: Siren (3) - SRNX • Format: Vinyl 12 Paula Abdul - Straight Up (Marley Marl Mix & Kevin Saunderson House Mix) (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(13).
  2. Music video. The accompanying music video for the song was directed by David Fincher, and featured Abdul acting as a choreographer and director of a children's performance (a 6-year-old Trevor Wright, 8-year-old Elijah Wood and year-old Nikki Cox were among them). The "Forever Your Girl" video spent two weeks at number one on MTV's video rotation and helped establish Abdul as a leading Genre: R&B, dance-pop, new jack swing, freestyle.
  3. by Paula Abdul. Forever Your Girl Virgin Producers: Keith Cohen, Elliot Wolff. Main genre: Rock / Pop. Tags: UK #3 Hit, Single, US #1 Hit, Grammy Award Nominee. Was sampled in 12 songs see all. Work Straight Up (Kevin Saunderson Club Mix) by Kevin Saunderson ().
  4. Shut Up And Dance Mixes. - Paula Abdul. - Cold Hearted (Quiverin 12"). - Straight Up (Ultimix Mix). - One O.
  5. The house mix by Saunderson gives Abdul's hit ditty the typical tailoring. I'm glad to see Abdul on American Idol giving advice on music. The other mixes are all rather the same sort of altercating the original so as not to hurt it. Abdul's lyrics are great and the song is probably difficult to turn into a .
  6. Dec 06,  · Paula Abdul's breakthrough #1 hit "Straight Up" remixed and re-edited by yours truly for use at Clubs! Still a floor-filler after all these years. I combined.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Forever Your Girl on Discogs. Label: Siren (3) - ,Virgin - ,Virgin - • Format: Vinyl 12 (Saunderson-Grosse House Of Love Mix) B2 Straight Up (Kevin Saunderson Club Mix) B3 Next To You Paula Abdul: Forever Your Girl /5(26).
  8. "Straight Up" is a song recorded by American singer-choreographer Paula Abdul for her debut album Forever Your Girl (). A mid-tempo dance-pop song with influence from the pop rock and new jack swing genres, the song finds Abdul asking her partner to "straight up now tell [her]" if he was genuinely in love with her or not. Written and produced entirely by musician Elliot Wolff, the single.

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