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The Winners - Let's Go Album

The Winners - Let's Go Album

Performer: The Winners
Title: Let's Go
Country: South Africa
Catalog Number: CCP (V) 4061731
Label: The CCP Record Company
Released: 1989
Style: Eurobeat, Synth-pop, African
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 714


1Match Maker5:11
2Ipele Ipetrol
3Let's Go6:10
4Super Love5:06
5Madubane (Dedication To Jean)


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
L4 CCP (EV) 4061734The Winners Let's Go ‎(Cass, Album)The CCP Record CompanyL4 CCP (EV) 4061734South Africa1987


  • Backing VocalsBeula Hashe, Deborah Fraser, Henry "Supa Afrika" Mailin, Keith Ngcobo, Shadii, Stella Khumalo, Wings Segale, Zamo Mbutho
  • Composed By, Arranged By, Producer, Engineer, Keyboards, Programmed By, Drum Programming [Korg Dodi & Dynacord Add One]Selwyn Shandel
  • Design [Sleeve]EMS
  • EngineerFred Woods , Paul Hughes
  • Lead VocalsLionel Peterson (tracks: A1 to A3, B2), Selwyn Shandel (tracks: B1, B3)
  • Mastered ByFernando Perdigao
  • Vocals [Rave Zulu Vocals]Condry "Skorokoro" Ziqubu (tracks: B3)
  • Whistle [Pennywhistle]Jack "Big Voice" Lerole


  • Marketed By – The CCP Record Company
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – The CCP Record Company (Pty) Ltd.
  • Printed By – Interpak
  • Recorded At – EQ Studios, Johannesburg
  • Mixed At – Syntrax Studio
  • Mastered At – Powerhouse Studios


Reviews (5)
anyone selling this please give me a nudge :) x

Eish! my brother you can say that again, we used to leave that battery on the sun till sunset so that in the evening we could listen to top Twenty20 on radio Lebowa presented by Maxi The Mixer boy back in the days

I phelile I petrol, loosely translate as "the petrol/gas has run out" has been one of my favourite hits of all times.I used to dance the night away listening to the battery operated radio.Do you guys still remember PM9 and PP10 batteries produced by Eveready company and they could come in navy blue and black. The black one was deemed the strongest but expensive, as it could be recharged through sun rays.Those were the days.

The best comment on Discogs ever. thank you for share

Yes I remember those freat big batteries - my dad used to use them in his old-fashioned transistor radio many years back.

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