By Grand Prix '86
For those that are familiar with 'I Can Count Music Volume 1' Grand Prix '86 might be a band that you are already fully aware of. 'Everybody's Dancing' is the debut single from the Norwich based three-piece and this one has already gained approval from Radio One's Rob Da Bank.
Though opening with a brief lashing of cheap sound FX, it's not long before you find yourself dancing around the house naked (No? Just me then) to a blissful pop melody tapped out on the Casio keyboard. And just when you begin to question your sanity you then have to deal with the repetitive vocal hook of 'Everybody's Dancing' (which is certain stick in your mind for weeks).
While the b-side 'Lights in your eyes' doesn't carry the anthemic quality of 'Everybody's Dancing' it still remains another solid piece of electro-pop. The song also gets a remix from David E. Sugar and it gives the Grand Prix '86 original a real run for its money.
This single is available on 7" only, and is extremely limited to 500 copies, so if they haven't been snapped up already, I would advise you to get your hands on this sublime slice of summer-time pop ASAP.