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World Clique is the first and most well-known album by the dance music band Deee-Lite, released in 1990. The album's first single, "Groove Is in the Heart", was a top-five success on both the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and UK Singles Chart as well as a number-one hit on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play chart. Three subsequent singles also hit the top ten on the U.S. dance chart.

Guest artists on the album include Bootsy Collins ("Try Me On... I'm Very You", "Smile On", "Groove Is in the Heart" and "Who Was That?"), Q-Tip ("Groove Is in the Heart"), Fred Wesley and Maceo Parker (Try Me On... I'm Very You", "Smile On", "Groove Is in the Heart").

When World Clique was released on compact disc two bonus tracks were added to the album: "Deee-Lite Theme" and "Build the Bridge".

Track listing

all tracks written by Deee-Lite, except where noted.
  1. "Deee-Lite Theme" (Deee-Lite, Herbie Hancock)
  2. "Good Beat"
  3. "Power of Love"
  4. "Try Me On, I'm Very You"
  5. "Smile On"
  6. "What Is Love?"
  7. "World Clique"
  8. "E.S.P."
  9. "Groove Is in the Heart"
  10. "Who Was That?"
  11. "Deep Ending"
  12. "Build the Bridge"




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