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  1. A: You Drive Me Crazy B: You Drive Me Crazy: Epic USA: Jul Promo Only 7" 0: Shakin' Stevens A: You Drive Me Crazy B: Let Me Show You How: Epic USA: Jul 7" 0: Shakin' Stevens A: You Drive Me Crazy B: Baby You're A Child: Epic USA: Apr 7" 0: Shakin' Stevens A: You Drive Me Crazy B: You Drive Me.
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  3. Mauro Picotto - Metamorphose E.P. Barthezz - Infected (incl. Dj Jean remix) Don Cartel - The Party / No strings attached Partizan - Drive me Crazy Mauro Picotto vs. Camisra - Let me show you Lizard Dj Disco - Let´s Dance Those 2 - Get Wicked D-Tune - Into the Light Clubbers Delight - U And Me A.T.G.O.C. - Repeated Love Klubbheads - Hiphopping.
  4. Shaky, an Album by Shakin' Stevens. Released 11 September on Epic (catalog no. EPC ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Rock & Roll. Featured peformers: Stuart Colman (producer, aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text), Shakin' Stevens (lead vocals), Mickey Gee (lead guitar, rhythm guitar), Roger McKew (guitar), Howard Tibble (drums), Geraint Watkins (piano), Tony Hall (tenor saxophone), Sid.
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  6. Partizan Drive Me Crazy Multiply Records Very Good Plus (VG+) Very Good Plus (VG+) Size 9 I'm Ready VC Recordings, Ovum Recordings, Virgin Very Good Plus (VG+) Mint (M) Hyper Go Go Raise Positiva Near Mint (NM or M-) Near Mint (NM or M-) Mother's Pride Floribunda Heat Recordings, Heat Recordings Near Mint (NM or M-) Near Mint (NM or M-).
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD2 CD release of Drive Me Crazy on Discogs.
  8. Multiply Records was a subsidiary of Telstar Records, that launched in and went into liquidation in Its major signings included Sash!, Phats & Small and The Cheeky Girls.. It was the brainchild of Mike Hall, who already worked for the parent company Telstar. Early successes included signing Bassment Jaxx's "Flylife", TJR feat Xavier, one of the garage scene's foremost hits, as well.

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