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In the early '90s it was impossible not to hear this song, especially on MTV. "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)" marked the return of dance back on the charts. This was the first single that was under the name of C & C Music Factory, which was the duo of producers/remixers David Cole and Robert Clivilles. The duo had already had hits with the Cover Girls and Seduction. What makes this song so special is the near-scientific approach of the producers. This was simply excellent, from Martha Wash's roof-raising, post-disco vocals to Paul Pesco's hard rock guitar lines to the rap. Rapper Freedom Williams' Ice-T-derived delivery provided a great juxtaposition to the blithe lyrics and music. But if there was one special ingredient, it was Martha Wash's voice. On this she belts scatted and shouted great lyrics like "Let the music take your soul." With every utterance Wash gave the track much-needed strength and dancefloor credibility. That's the good part. Unfortunately, the song's virtues had been tainted slightly by the fact that Wash wasn't asked to participate in the video shoot. She was replaced by svelte model Velma Davis. Wash's name didn't make the initial album credits either. After some legal wrangling, things were worked out. Unlike many early-'90s dance fare, this retained its power and earned its rank as a bona fide classic.


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