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Fancy – Slice Me Nice (Slice Remix)

Fancy – Slice Me Nice (Slice Remix)
Vinyl, 12", Maxi-Single
May 1984
Ariola Benelux B.V.
601 630
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S 601 630 A
S 601 630 B
GEMA STEMRA BIEM
LC 0116
W. Germany W. Germany


Producer: Fancy
Remix: Jolyon Grevelt, Léon Beenen
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Slice Me Nice is the debut single by German singer-songwriter Fancy, released in 1984, under the label Metronome Records. Interviewed for the book Europe’s Stars of ’80s Dance Pop: 32 International Music Legends Discuss Their Careers, Segieth explained how the song came about: Todd heard my demo tape of “Slice Me Nice”.

The tape had the whole melody (intro, verses, bridge and chorus), the bass line, and the instrumental riff as well. I asked him to play all my melody tracks on a four-track tape, and I said to him, ‘Write me a funny, crazy, power-disco-nonsense story!’.

He brought me the words ‘slice-me-nice’. Very crazy indeed. Todd’s wife had just had a baby. I gave my composition as a gift to Todd—he worked fast for me on the lyrics, and he did a very good job. I was not thinking of the money; it wasn’t all about the money for me. Well, we went to Arco Studios in Munich, and we listened to the playback with all my melody riffs and my base line.

Than I sang his lyrics. The final mix was played one week later in Hamburg for Intersong (Warner/Chappell) Publishing. The executives there said, ‘Give us the tape, and in 24 hours we will bring you a deal’. The next day, I received the confirmation—Metronome Records would release “Slice Me Nice”. — Manfred Segieth

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