S’Express

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Mark Moore's electronic collective has a name that has appeared in many versions.
Originally it was S-Express on the debut "Theme From S-Express" single, copyright reasons led to an official change to S'Express, which has been further mangled on sleeves as S Xpress, S-Xpress, S'Xpress etc.

Annotation last modified on 2007-07-27 22:27 UTC.

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S'Express (pronounced ess-express; sometimes spelled S'Xpress or S-Express; otherwise known as Victim of the Ghetto) were a British dance music act from the late 1980s, who had one of the earliest commercial successes in the acid house genre.

"Theme from S'Express", based on Rose Royce's "Is It Love You're After", was also one of the earliest recordings to capitalize on a resurgence of sampling culture and went to number one in the United Kingdom as well as the Hot Dance Club Play chart in the United States (also scraping into the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 at #91).

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Discography

Album

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
1989 Original Soundtrack S'Express 2
1991 Intercourse S'Express 2

Album + Compilation

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
2004 Themes From S Express Compilation S'Express 1
Ultimate Compilation S'Express 1

Single

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
1988 Superfly Guy S'Express 3
1988 Theme From S-EXPRESS S'Express 4
1989 Hey Music Lover S'Express 1
1989 Mantra for a State of Mind S'Express 2
1989 Music Lover S'Express 1
1992 Find 'em, Fool 'em, Forget 'em S'Express 1
1996 Theme From S-Express (The Return Trip) S'Express 1
2008 Stupid Little Girls S'Express 1

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