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Switching back to dance music of the late 80s. I want to draw your attention to a club music group called “Raze.” Vaughan Mason, a member of Raze, written a song called “Break4Love,” which became one of the most memorable classics in 80s house music. “Break4Love,” was released in 1988, and risen to number #24 on the American Billboard charts, and reached #28 on the UK music charts. This song was really weird to me in a way. Why? Because he sang the song as if he was trying to sing for the first time. Or like, you know people who can’t really sing, but they want you to help them identify a song, and they try to sing a verse from that song? That’s what he sounds like! LOLOLOL. Yet, the music seems to go with his voice. It’s a nice, consistent danceable beat that anyone can dance to. There have been so many remixes done of this song by different dj’s, I can’t even remember them all. I’m really surprised this was allowed to become such a hit personally, because in my opinion it was at the borderline of becoming porn music, which it would have been banned a long time ago, if it were deemed so.

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