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Sly Fox – Let’s Go All the Way (Multi-Mix)

Bonus extended honourable mention in an occasional series of reviews of my favourite 80s 12" records.

Chart Number


Track Length – 06:58
Released on Capitol
Format – 12″
Year of Release - 1985
1pCD Rating –
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Produced by Ted Currier
Remixed by Les "Mixdoctor" Adams
On chart(s) - Top 50 12"s of the 1980s

Sly Fox – Let’s Go All the Way (Multi-Mix)

Picture this: a dimly lit record store tucked away in the back alleys of your city. The air smells of dust, nostalgia, and possibility. You step inside, and there it is—the treasure you didn’t know you were seeking. The cover art, faded but still captivating, beckons you closer. The title? “Mastermix Masterclass.”

Les “Mixdoctor” Adams, a wizard of sound, wove his magic on this vinyl. His remix skills were legendary, whispered among crate diggers like a secret code. And within those grooves lay a fusion of two worlds: Queen’s iconic anthem “We Will Rock You” and the infectious rhythm of Boogie Boys’ “Fly Girls.”

The Remix Alchemy:

Adams dissected “We Will Rock You” like a surgeon. He extracted Freddie Mercury’s defiant stomp, Brian May’s guitar wail, and Roger Taylor’s primal drumbeat. These fragments, like cosmic puzzle pieces, found their place alongside the swaggering verses of “Fly Girls.” The result? A sonic hybrid that transcended time and genre.

The Dancefloor Revelation:

Revolver Records, the underground haven for vinyl enthusiasts, imported this gem. The moment the needle touched the record, the room transformed. Bodies moved in sync, lost in the rhythm. The rawness of Adams’ mix—unpolished, unapologetic—became the heartbeat of the night. Sweat-slicked dancers reveled in the collision of rock and hip-hop, their souls alight with rebellion.

Legacy Echoes:

Fast-forward to today. The crackle of vinyl may have yielded to digital streams, but Les “Mixdoctor” Adams’ remix endures. It’s a time capsule—a reminder that music isn’t just notes and lyrics; it’s alchemy. It’s the thrill of unexpected pairings, the defiance of boundaries, and the pulse of collective memory.

So, next time you hear that unmistakable beat, remember the mastermix masterclass—the one that dared to blend Queen’s anthem with the streetwise swagger of Boogie Boys. And perhaps, just perhaps, you’ll find yourself transported to an underground dancefloor, where the rawness of music still resonates, echoing through the ages. 🎧✨