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One of the Best!

I am really impressed to find this rare gem! I love Debbie Deb (and her friends- Freestyle, Trinere, etc). I have many of their 12" hits on vinyl and cassettes. "I'm Searching" was one of the songs I did not have until now. iTunes really made my day when they showed this song on the "Just for You" section on the home page. All this takes me back to my teen years, when I was introduced to dance music. This whole album is great- All original 12" versions. This is an essential must have for your Freestyle/ Electronic Dance library.

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I love look out weekend!

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Biography

Born: March 10, 1966 in New York, NY [Brooklyn]

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '80s, '90s

An early freestyle vocalist, Debbie Deb was discovered by producer Tony "Pretty Tony" Butler while she was working at a Peaches record store in Miami, Florida. At the time, Butler was known for "Fix It in the Mix," and within a short period, he collaborated with the teenaged Debbie on two significant singles: "When I Hear Music" and "Lookout Weekend" (the latter a number 26 hit on Billboard's dance singles sales chart). The Jam Packed label then recruited a thinner young woman to replace Debbie as...
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