All Night Long (Mary Jane Girls song)
|"All Night Long"|
A-side label of U.S. vinyl single
|Single by Mary Jane Girls|
|from the album Mary Jane Girls|
|Released||February 6, 1983|
In the U.S the song enjoyed success on the Hot Black Singles Chart peaking at #11, on the Dance Chart it peaked at #8 but the song failed to succeed in the general public peaking only at #101 on the Billboard Bubbling Under the Hot 100 chart. It is their only hit song on the UK charts peaking at #13.
The song was included in the soundtrack of the 2002 video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.
Billboard named the song #61 on their list of 100 Greatest Girl Group Songs of All Time.
- The Black Eyed Peas sampled "All Night Long" in their song "Audio Delite at Low Fidelity" from their album Monkey Business.
- American entertainer Jennifer Lopez sampled "All Night Long" in the Murder Remix for her song "I'm Real."
- LL Cool J sampled "All Night Long" in his song "Around the Way Girl" from the 1990 album Mama Said Knock You Out.
- Mary J. Blige sampled the group's "All Night Long" for her song "Mary Jane (All Night Long)" on her 1994 album My Life.
- Jay-Z sampled "All Night Long" on a song called "Only A Customer", which appeared on the 1998 soundtrack Streets is Watching
- Big Daddy Kane sampled "All Night Long" on 1989's "Smooth Operator."
- Groove Theory sampled "All Night Long" for their song, "Tell Me."
- Jeru the Damaja (via DJ Premier) sampled the drums of “All Night Long” (which were programmed on an Oberheim DMX on the song “Da Bitchez” from the album The Sun Rises in the East.
- Onar sampled "All Night Long" for the song "Klubing" on his 2003 album "Wszystko co mogę mieć"
- Redman sampled "All Night Long" for the song "Tonight's da Night".
- DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince sampled "All Night Long" on the track "I Wanna Rock" from their 1993 final studio album Code Red.
- TCF Crew sampled "All Night Long" from their first and only album Come & Play with Me in 1993.
- "100 Greatest Girl Group Songs of All Time: Critics' Picks". Billboard. Retrieved July 11, 2017.
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