After the success of their debut single Electric Baile, Master Plan which featured house diva Pepper Gomez, began preparing to record their sophomore single. This time, they were about to forces with Boom Boom and record Face The Music.
It was new song written by Tom O’Callaghan and Tony Badea, which featured lyrics by Pepper Gomez. She would add her vocals at the Chicago Recording Company where Face The Music was recorded.
Boom Boom and Master Plan were met by engineer Tom Hanson who later, took charge of editing Face The Music. Before that, Tom O’Callaghan played keyboards and added backing vocals while Pepper Gomez delivered the vocal on this future anthem. Meanwhile, Master Plan took charge of production, while Matt Warren and Mario Diaz mixing Face The Music (Club Mix), Face The Music (Radio Mix) and Face The Music (Dub Mix). These tracks were released with the catalogue number SUN-2775.
Face The Music was a stonewall anthem and nowadays is regarded as one of the finest singles released by Sunset Records. It featured the oft-overlooked Face The Music (Dub Mix) which featured on the B-Side. It showcases the skills of Boom Boom and Master Plan and Matt Warren and Mario Diaz who mixed the track.