Denise Lopez "Don't You Wanna Be Mine" review

Denise Lopez

I've been listening to the Denise Lopez "Don't You Wanna Be Mine" dance single and remixes set for release 16th June, 2008 on House Trained Records. I don't recall hearing the track when it was originally released in the US in 1990, but that was awhile ago...and it hasn't really received much airplay since then.

Apparently, though, "Don't You Wanna Be Mine" was an underground dance anthem here in the UK. I'm actually quite surprised that it only reached #86 on the Billboard Dance Chart. Even with the help from famous production duo Robert Clivilles and (the late) David Cole from C&C Music Factory - which was a BIG name back then - it still didn't come anywhere near top 10 or even top 20.

"Don't You Wanna Be Mine" is a great dance track and Denise Lopez's vocals are top notch. It's good to see that it's getting another chance with the release of a fresh modern remix in June, and is sure to be a huge hit in the clubs this summer.

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Jenny May is the founder of Band Weblogs. Based in Oxford, England (originally from New England), Band Weblogs was created in 2005. With a passion for music, Jenny May has performed with bands in the US and the UK, her music has appeared in films, she was a vocal coach for the Yamaha Rock School and has worked on music projects with musicians such as Jon Fishman (Phish), Fyfe Dangerfield (Guillemots) and Cisco Adler (Shwayze). Jenny is currently writing music commentary and reviews for Band Weblogs and writing, recording and performing music with songwriter and musician Dave Tommo.
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