Deeper Shade of Soul

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"Deeper Shade of Soul"
Single by Urban Dance Squad
from the album Mental Floss for the Globe
B-side "Man on the Corner"
Released 1990
Format CD, 7", 12"
Recorded May–July 1989 at I.C.P. STUDIOS, Brussels
Genre Crossover, rap rock
Length 4:28
Label Arista (US & UK), BMG Ariola Benelux (Netherlands, Belgium & Germany)
Writer(s) Patrick Tilon, Silvano Matadin, René van Barneveld, Arjen de Vreede, Michel Schoots, Ray Baretto
Producer(s) J.M.A.

"Deeper Shade of Soul" is the debut single by Dutch band Urban Dance Squad. It was taken from their debut album Mental Floss for the Globe and samples the Ray Baretto song he recorded in 1968 with a similar name ("A Deeper Shade of Soul"). Originally released in 1990, the single reached number 21 on the Billboard Hot 100 in March 1991 and stayed on the charts for 18 weeks. In the United States it is the song for which the band is best known for, being their only hit single.

Track listing[edit]

A. Deeper Shade of Soul (4:28)
B. Man on the Corner (3:38)

References[edit]

http://www.billboard.com/artist/277662/urban+dance+squad/chart http://www.discogs.com/Urban-Dance-Squad-Deeper-Shade-Of-Soul/master/96032

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