Too Young For Promises (Remix EP)

  1. Purechild 12" Remix
  2. Matt Consola & LFB Swishcraft Mix
  3. Pop!tastic Extended 12"
  4. Nick Bertossi Progressive Mix
  5. Paul Goodyear Extended Remix
  6. Fine Touch Remix
  7. Johnny Sonic's Kinky Disko Remix
  8. Linn Lovers Poplectro 12" Remix

Stereolove feat. Tina Cross:

About Tina Cross:

(Award Winning Pop/Dance Diva, Theater headliner, “Dancing With The Stars” contestant, “Do You Wanna Be A Pop Star” Vocal coach, TVNZ and BBC Television series lead, awarded the Queens ‘Order Of New Zealand Merit’ and all around National Treasure!)

Koo De Tah was a New Zealand/Australian pop music sensation in the 1980s. The core band members were Tina Cross (a native of New Zealand) and Leon Berger (Australian), who met in Sydney. In 1985 they had a number 6 hit in Australia with “Too Young For Promises”. The track was Number 1 in the states of VIC & NSW for 6 weeks straight. The track was on the charts for a total of 17 weeks. The track went onto huge success in Europe and the UK where it placed in the Top 10 in numerous European countries including Germany where is reached Top 5. The track was heavily championed by Ian “Molly” Meldrum, and Molly even had Koo De Tah host Countdown at the height of their popularity.

About Stereolove:

For over 21 years now, James Fraser (Stereolove), has been bringing nothing but great dance music to over hundreds of thousands of clubbers, whether it is at major dance parties such as the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras, or at most major nightclubs throughout Australia. He has been at the forefront of the dance music industry in Australia, from releasing records on his own label, re-editing tracks for artists as diverse as Erasure & Bananarama, through to Mary J Blige & Diana Ross, and releasing some of the first mixed DJ CDs in Australia, long before they became the norm. He has played beside most major international DJs including, Louie Vega, DJ Spen, Quentin Harris, David Morales, Frankie Knuckles, Shapeshifters, Denzal Park, and Stacey Kidd to name a few. James was also involved with Australia’s pre eminent dance music record label Central Station records, from the late 80s – mid 90s, where he was involved in label management, licensing, & promotions.

Stereolove’s  July 2012 release “Sleeping Satellite”  has been a #1 KISS FM Radio and Australian #1 Club Chart hit for 7 weeks.