I'LL BE WITH YOU - BROTHER DELPHI
The fact that a Google search for 'Brother Delphi' brings up barely anything other than listings of this record suggests that the name of the competition won by the lead act on this EP - 15 Minutes Of Fame - was pretty accurate.
Brother Delphi appears to be either a band or a lone female singer; either way this track is an inoffensive coffee table jazz soul ballad. Perhaps the most interesting thing about this is its producer, one Norman Cook during his post Housemartins, pre Fatboy Slim Beats International period. Assuming this collaboration was part of the prize awarded to Brother Delphi - but if anyone has any more info please shout up.
YOUR LOVE TAKES ME HIGHER (DEPTH & DESIRE MIX) - THE BELOVED
Originally only charting at #91 as the first single from the revitalised Beloved's classic album Happiness, a rereleased Your Love Takes Me Higher charted at #39 in March 1990. This remix is credited to Adam & Eve - actually a pseudonym for the Beloved's Jon Marsh and wife Helena who would soon be Marsh's band partner for their next album after the departure of Steven Waddington.
This remix remains exclusive to this release.
RAVE ON (LIVE) - HAPPY MONDAYS
Another EP exclusive - though this is a pretty bog standard live version of the track from the Mad Mancunians' (as they are labelled here) classic Madchester Rave On EP. Despite only peaking at #19, the EP spent over half a year in the Top 100. This live take was recorded in November 1989 at Brightos Top Rank.
I DREAM OF YOU - ADAMSKI
Adam Tinley aka Adamski the 'Techno Tearaway' hit #12 with his debut 45 'N-R-G' in early 1990 after already becoming a cult favourite on the acid house scene. Despite billed as exclusive to this EP, this track appeared as a B Side to his next single. That single, "Killer" - a collaboration with then unknown singer Seal - of course went on to sell nearly half a million copies in the UK alone.