Feel the spin

"Feel the Spin"
Krush Groove
Released 1985
Recorded 1985
Genre Pop
Label Warner Bros. /
Geffen Records
Debbie Harry singles chronology

"Rush Rush"
(1983)
"Feel the Spin"
(1985)
"French Kissin'"
(1986)

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"Feel the Spin" is a song by the American vocalist Debbie Harry, featured on the soundtrack album for the film Krush Groove (1985). The song was co-written by Harry and producers John "Jellybean" Benitez and Toni C. (the latter of whom would go on to collaborate with Harry again on the albums Rockbird. "Def, Dumb and Blonde" and Debravation). Both producers went on to work with Whitney Houston on her 1988 hit "Love Will Save the Day", from her album Whitney.

"Feel the Spin" was released as an extended 12" single on Warner Bros. Records / Geffen Records in the U.S. (where it charted on the Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales chart at #5). It was also released as a single in Canada, but not in the UK (though the track would surface in 1987 as the B-side of the UK single "Free to Fall").

The extended dance version of "Feel the Spin" was included on both the 1988 Blondie/Debbie Harry remix compilation Once More into the Bleach as well as Harry's 1999 greatest hits compilation Most of All - The Best of Deborah Harry.

Track listing

US 12"

  1. "Feel the Spin" (Extended Dance Version) (John "Jellybean" Benitez/Toni C./Deborah Harry) - 6:50
  2. "Feel the Spin" (Dub Version) - 4:34

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