I actually bought this single in 1985 on 7" vinyl from Woolworth's. I just wonder now why didn't I buy the 12"?

Sly Fox consisted of Gary "Mudbone" Cooper, an African American funk session musician, and Michael Camacho, a Puerto-Rican accented vocalist.

The single was taken from the album of the same name, but this was their only chart hit, reaching #3 in the UK and #7 in the U.S. The video had a lot of airplay and appears to be anti-war at times, and although the title of the song would suggest something sexual, the lyrics are actually quite political and suggest a yearning for peace.   

The duo released three more singles during 1986 - Como Tu Te Llama, Stay True and Don't Play With Fire - before splitting-up in 1988.

Sly Fox - Let's Go All The Way - 7