The Queen of HiNRG, is back (once again). Hazell has been so busy in the last year with trips to Tokyo, South Africa and Europe as well as playing to adoring fans in the UK at her own gigs and as part of Pete Waterman's Hit Factory live shows. This new single just should not work...but it does beautifully, as Hazell tackles the classic Gene Pitney classic "24 Hours From Tulsa" and turns it into a HiNRG smash. Matt Pop gives the song a dark and sexy edge on his mixes and the Dean and Ware production is just a massive slice of NRG heaven! The single also contains a brand new version of Hazell's first top 5 hit "Whatever I Do, Wherever I go", which was the song that launched pop maestro's Stock Aitken Waterman's long reign on the UK charts. A great four track EP that paves the way for her new album out in the late spring.
24 Hours From Tulsa (Hazell Dean)