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K.W.S. - Please Don't Go FLAC album

Performer: K.W.S.
Genre: Electronic
Title: Please Don't Go
Country: UK
Released: 1992
Style: House, Hardcore, Techno, Synth-pop
Label: Network Records
Catalog Number: NWKT46
FLAC version ZIP size: 1991 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2708 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 2654 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 177


1Please Don't Go (Instrumental Surf Version)
Written-By – Casey, Finch
2Please Don't Go (Sunshine Mix)
Written-By – Casey, Finch
Written-By – King, Williams
4Game Boy
Written-By – King, Williams


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
NWKT46K.W.S. Please Don't Go ‎(12")Network RecordsNWKT46UK1992
NPCD50187K.W.S. Please Don't Go ‎(CD, Maxi)Next Plateau Records Inc.NPCD50187US1992
NWK 46K.W.S. Please Don't Go ‎(7", Jukebox)Network RecordsNWK 46UK1992
NPCD50187 RE-1K.W.S. Please Don't Go ‎(CD, Maxi, Promo)Next Plateau Records Inc.NPCD50187 RE-1US1992
RTD 227.1388.0/3K.W.S. Please Don't Go ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl)Network RecordsRTD 227.1388.0/3Germany1992


  • Engineer, Co-producerMark Gamble, Ryhthmatic
  • Producer, Mixed ByChris King, Winston (Winnie) Williams


Mastered at J.T.S. Studios.

Track A1 & A2 are covers of KC & The Sunshine Band -Please Don't Go.
Track AA1 samples piano from Electric Choc - Shock The Beat

This version has labels with a half sun design and text in the other half.
There is another version with a full sun design and text inside of the sun's rays.


  • Barcode: 5016846103466
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side A): -J.T.S- NWKT 46-A-
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side B): -J.T.S- NWKT-46-B


agreed with  SubSystem that the b-side of this release are proper hardcore weapons! full uk rave breakbeat hardcore explosion! love this shit & it's always exciting when u discover a track like that u missed somehow... this is PROPAAA! ps the a-side is a bit of fun, if the vocal version is too cheesy, check the instrumental for those awesome beats!

This release may be looked upon as pure cheese by hardcore collectors, but the record has 2 great underground 'mashup' style tracks on the B side. These tracks were released before this record as a twelve on the label 'The One After D'. The guys used the name '3V' as the artist. I have seen the KWS record get overlooked many times when it is for sale, and given the very low value this record would demand (for what is essentially a mass selling novelty record), it is well worth the money for the B side! I wonder how they got away with all those stolen samples on a mass selling record!

i have the ODE7 release but I enjoy this more for it being on the b-side of this release. Makes it even more enjoyable (and that this one is a fifth of the price)!

They didn't get away with it ;)