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Their debut album, simply titled Laid Back , was released in 1981, and the single "Maybe I'm Crazy" became a number-one hit in Denmark. The next year, the single "Sunshine Reggae" was released, and became another chart-topper in their home country; it was later included on the band's second album, Keep Smiling , in 1983, and went on to become a number-one single in Italy, West Germany, and nineteen other countries around the world. In the US, however, it was the single's B-side that became the band's only big hit. " White Horse " is a funk -influenced dance track with a memorable bassline and ambiguous, drug- and/or sex-themed lyrics ("white horse" being a slang for heroin ) that became popular in US clubs ). After the song was re-released as an A-side on both 7-inch and 12-inch vinyl , it went on to spend three weeks at number one on Billboard ' s National Disco Action charts; it was also a crossover success, reaching the top five on the Hot Black Singles chart while peaking at number 26 on the Billboard Hot 100 in early 1984. Its relatively poor performance on the Hot 100 is most likely due to the track's controversial lyrics (including the word " bitch "), which prevented it from receiving radio airplay in much of the country. In 1988, the English group New Order (with whom Laid Back shared mutual admiration [ citation needed ] ) re-ordered their best-selling album Technique , heavily influenced by Laid Back's style, especially the song " Fine Time " in which their singer Bernard Sumner paid tribute to Laid Back's singing style, singing at some times on top voice, others singing or even talking with over-deep voice. [ citation needed ] In 1989, the American rap act 2 Live Crew sampled "White Horse" heavily for their single "Get the Fuck Out of My House"; it was later sampled for Monifah 's 1998 hit "Touch It".

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