1988 saw the release of Sabrina's second album, titled Super Sabrina, in Italy, France and Denmark; and in 1989 in other countries. The standard format at the time was still the vinyl LP, with Italy adding a bonus in the form of a very nice picture-disc (using the picture as the standard LP). While all countries used the same picture-sleeve design, the tracklistings were quite different. Italy and Germany added "Boys (Summertime Love)" and "Sexy Girl" to the eight tracks especially produced for the LP. Denmark released only these eight tracks, while the French CD release couples the eight tracks with the 'Extended Mix' of "My Chico" and the 'Boy Oh Boy Remix' of "All of Me (Boy Oh Boy)". Most interesting is the Japanese CD, which contains several rare remixes, including the 5:03 version of "Doctor's Orders".
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