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  1. Riders On The Storm (Ibizarre Remix) by The Doors


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    This is a pretty old remix – almost 10 years old now but I do like it. It’s the classic Riders On The Storm track by The Doors made into a chillout – downtempo track. It’s been stripped of most of the instruments (at least the guitars and drums) so you can lay back to it on a sofa at home sipping cocktails with your friends or tea with a book.

    Once you listen to it though you will notice there’s not much difference between both tracks – it’s just slight but you can tell the two apart as the original still sounds very 60′s hippie rock and the remix is more loungy.

    What do you think?

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    Riders On The Storm by The Doors
    Riders On The Storm (Ibizarre Remix) by The Doors

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    Posted in 2000, Album, Single.

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  2. Hide U by Suzanne Palmer and Kosheen


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    When this song came out there was so much controversy surrounding it. It was recorded by Kosheen which I think is the better of the two versions but Suzanne Palmer from the Star *69 Records gang had the better remixes more housey and club friendly as Star *69 Records have known to be. But why release it at the same time? I don’t think it hurt either artist but was a stupid thing to do as it confused people!

    I heard the Kosheen version first and it left an impression on me and their first album Resist is quite amazing! In my book the Kosheen version is still better – dark and moody with great drum & bass background and my favorite out of the two. What do you think? Which is the better for you? Check out the video of the Kosheen version below as well.

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    Hide U (Album Version) by Kosheen

    Hide U (Original Club Mix) by Suzanne Palmer

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    Posted in 2001, Album, Single.

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  3. Crazy In Love by Patrick & Eugene


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    Ok this is real fun version of the great Beyonce track Crazy In Love. This version of Beyonce’s track is off of their album Postcard From Summerisle – and it’s a really fun album. There’s also a remake of Can’t Get You Out Of My Head by Kylie among other original tracks like The Birds & The Bees – check below for the video on youtube.

    It’s definitely a fun album and worth checking out to discover something new.

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    Crazy In Love Beyoncé feat. Jay-Z
    Crazy In Love by Patrick & Eugene

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    Posted in 2004, Album.

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  4. Fade To Grey by Fierce Ruling Diva


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    This Visage remake/remix of Fade To Grey came out way back in 1994 and it still sounds pretty good. It’s a pretty good remake of the new romantics new wave classic written by Midge Ure and Steve Strange.

    Check out the album Revolt Of The Perverse as it contains a really kicking track called Pissing In The Wind. And who can forget I Need Drugs! Those were the good old days of techno and rave music! The fun days. If you can find this album do buy it as it’s worth it just for Fade To Gray and you get two bonus cuts!

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    Fade To Grey by Visage
    Fade To Grey by Fierce Ruling Diva

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    Posted in 1994, Album.

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  5. Konichiwa Bitches (Trentemoller Remix) by Robyn


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    If there ever was a remix contest I would put this remix by Trentemoller of the Robyn track Konichiwa Bitches at the very top. It’s excellent and it’s what a remix is all about. The original is cool but nothing to write home about – makes sense as it didn’t go anywhere on the charts when it was originally released so this Trentemoller remix puts new life into the song. I could see or hear this in the best clubs and it would perfect in a mix and to dance to. It’s got lots of hard bass and it definitely has the hard sleazy edge that Robyn has been pushing lately.

    Don’t you think so?

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    Konichiwa Bitches by Robyn
    Konichiwa Bitches (Trentmoller Remix) by Robyn

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    Posted in 2007, Single.

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  6. Professional Widow (It’s Got To Be Big) (Armand’s Star Trunk Funkin’ Mix) by Tori Amos


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    This remix was all over the place when it came out in 1996. Gosh Armand Van Helden was in top remix form. Around this time he did some excellent remixes for Jimmy Somerville, Nu Yorican Soul, New Order, Daft Punk and Sneaker Pimps. But this Tori Amos remix was what really put Armand Van Helden on the map. It’s quite awesome and it’s the kind of remix that I really, really love. Listen to the original track and the remix and you’ll notice what I’m talking about.

    They are both very different and I really love the Armand Van Helden remix. Don’t you? This is what I really mean about Destroy Rock And Roll! An artist taking a track/song and totally changing it and making it completely different. Love it! More of it please.

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    Professional Widow by Tori Amos
    Professional Widow (Armand’s Star Trunk Funkin’ Mix) by Tori Amos

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    Posted in 1996, Single.

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  7. You Showed Me (Radio Edit) by The Lightning Seeds


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    I love this remake by The Lightning Seeds of the Turtles song You Show Me from the 60s. This Lightning Seeds version was featured in the first Austin Powers film but I don’t have the soundtrack to the film I actually have the single this was fulled from which also has several trip hop style remixes but unfortunately those versions are not as good as the original version. Also I really fell in love with this version after the first Austin Powers film was released and had been sort of a bomb at the box office and later caught momentum in the rentals and finally 2 very successful sequels that followed the films.

    This remake is 12 years old now but still sounds quite fresh. What do you think of the Lightning Seeds version compared to The Turtles version? The Turtles version sounds a bit flat compared to the 12 year old Lightning Seeds version but they are both good. Check out the video below as well.

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    You Show Me by The Turtles
    You Showed Me (Radio Edit) by The Lightning Seeds

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    Posted in 1997, Album, Single.

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  8. Clair de Lune by Sebastien Tellier


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    This is a pretty good reinterpretation of the the classical masterpiece by the French impressionist composer, Debussy. One of my favorite composers so it’s always nice to hear remakes of Debussy’s music. 10 years ago The Art Of Noise released an album called The Seduction Of Claude Debussy which was actually pretty good. So if you haven’t heard of it check it out especially if you are either a fan of Debussy or The Art Of Noise.

    This version comes from the Rouge Remixed album and it’s available for download from eMusic. Click the eMusic link above and search for Rouge Remixed.

    What do you think of this version by Sebastien Tellier?

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    Clair de Lune by Debussy
    Claire de Lune by Sebastien Tellier

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    Posted in 2005, Album.

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  9. Amelie On Ice by Lucien N. Luciano


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    I love the music from the film Amelie by Yann Tiersen and when I found this remake of the La Valse D’Amelie I was totally blown away. It’s not been officially released anywhere as I got it from a bootleg dj mix CD. I believe you can get it on 12″ single. Either way I love this. What do you think?

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    La Valse D’Amelie by Yann Tiersen
    Amelie On Ice by Lucien N Luciano

    This video is quite cute – not anything official but it’s got the cute old touches.

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    Posted in 2002, Single.

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  10. Hi NRG by Erasure


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    Erasure redid a version of Evelyn Thomas’s High Energy. They released as part of the Fingers & Thumbs (Cold Summers Day) single back in 1995. I think the Erasure version is definitely right on. It sounds very similar except for the difference in the technology behind the making of the music. The Erasure version has the cute synth pop beats that Vince Clarke is known for and the Evelyn Thomas version is true 80s hi-nrg sound.

    What do you think?

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    High Energy (Hi-NRG Extended Mix)
    Hi NRG by Erasure

    Check out Evelyn Thomas in the video for High Energy. Quite fun. I’ve never seen it before prior to writing this post.

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    Posted in 1995, Single.

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  11. Shaft by Malik Adouane


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    Found this really fun version of Shaft by Malik Adouane off of Buddha Bar volume 1. It’s got all the same music as the Isaac Hayes version but this one is sung in Arabic. I love this. I love the remake in another language as it makes it alot more fun.

    What do yo think?

    Oh the video is fun too.

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    Theme From Shaft by Isaac Hayes
    Shaft by Malik Adouane

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    Posted in 1999, Album.

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  12. Justify My Love (The Beast Within Mix) by Madonna


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    This (The Beast Within Mix) version of Madonna’s Justify My Love has got to be one of the oddest Madonna remixes. It’s very different than her typical remixes she hired like Junior Vasquez, Paul Oakenfold and Tracy Young that have done remixes for her in the past but this one is remixed by Lenny Kravitz and it’s really good – odd but good. It’s mostly a downtempo version with Middle Eastern instrumentation and Madonna speaking what seems to be verses from the Bible.

    The original version of Justify My Love is off of the Immaculate Collection and this remix is not as good as the original but still pretty nice to check out and enjoy. The video to Justify My Love was banned from MTV but it’s definitely a work of art. Those of you who have not seen it check it out below.

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    Justify My Love (Q-Sound Mix) by Madonna
    Justify My Love (The Beast Within Mix) by Madonna

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    Posted in 1990, Album, Single.

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  13. Cities In Dust (Radio Edit) by Junkie XL Featuring Lauren Rocket


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    Here’s a great version of Cities In Dust by Junkie XL. I’ve always a big real big fan of the original by Siouxsie & The Banshees and it’s refreshing to see this update – it’s quite big sounding and upbeat and energetic. I even like the voice of Lauren Rocket here on this. I don’t know much about Lauren Rocket but I do know that she is in an LA punk band. Whatever she’s in I think the JXL version works. This is from the single release from Junkie XL with several great remixes and this one the radio edit is a good one to start out with. There are some even more energetic remixes on here but this brings back memories of the 80s.

    Since I’ve loved the Extended Version by Siouxsie I think I’ve always wanted a pumped up electrofied version of this classic 80s song so this single really works for me. What do you think?

    I love JXL and I think he does a pretty damn good job at remixing oldies and updating classics with his signature sound. Check out A Little Conversation (JXL Remix) by Elvis. You’ll see what I mean.

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    Cities In Dust (Extended Version) by Siouxsie & The Banshees
    Cities In Dust (Radio Edit) by Junkie XL

    Check out this youtube vid with Tom aka JXL…

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    Posted in 2008, Album, Single.

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  14. Wild Thing (Peaches Extended Remix) by Tone-Loc


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    Here’s a really fun remix of the classic 1980′s hip-hop song. Peaches has taken the song and added electro rock touches to it and also added her nasty vocals to it. I think it really works. The only prob I have with this recording is that there’s some really odd audio probs with it. I’ve downloaded the entire album Rmxxology both from Amazon MP3 and emusic and there seems to be some clipping. And it’s not only this recording it’s the entire album. Maybe the audio clipping is for effect? Anyone know?

    It kind of spoils the music but the remix is still fun and I love both the original and the Peaches remix. Peaches rocks! Don’t you think so?

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    Wild Thing by Tone-Loc
    Wild Thing (Peaches Extended Remix) by Tone-Loc

    Check out this live video with both Tone-Loc and Peaches doing the song on stage.

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    Posted in 2008, Album.

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  15. Toop Toop (Martin Eyerer Remix) by Cassius


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    Here’s a great awesome remix of a pretty darn good song by Cassius. Cassius has been around since the mid 90s but only released just a small handful of albums. This one came out of nowhere and got me really good. I dig it quite alot and it’s been on my iPod since late 2006.

    It’s definitely a great song to dance to and I can just hear it in the clubs but it’ best while you are driving the streets of the big city.

    What do you think of the two different versions? The original definitely utilizes the guitars but the remix is quite hot right? It’s so hot that Madonna used it as a remix to Get Into The Groove. It was a fresh change to the awesome Get Into The Groove. There’s a download link here to the Madonna version.

    Madonna ToopToop Get Into The Groove

    Check out this video on youtube also as it teaches you to disco dance to the original Toop Toop.

    The original video:

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    Toop Toop by Cassius
    Toop Toop (Martin Eyerer Remix) by Cassius

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    Posted in 2006, Single.

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  16. U.K. Girls (Physical) by Goldfrapp


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    Here’s a pretty cool and chill version of the 80s Olivia Newton-John track Physical by Goldfrapp. This is off of the Utopia Ep which contains several remixes of Utopia and has a couple of bonus tracks like this cover. This isn’t your traditional cover it’s more like a mash-up although I think it’s just two songs as one.

    I like this version by Goldfrapp especially since it does not sound like the original high nrg early 80s dance pop song. It’s quite cool and moody. I think it’s more along the line of Goldfrapp’s Felt Mountain style of chill – trip hop sound that made them huge. I think this remake would have also worked if they used their electro glam synth sound that was hugely sound of the Black Cherry album. I would have appreciated some remixes of this track as well – would have been fun but I get the focus of the Utopia single is Utopia and not U.K. Girls (Physical).

    What do you think of the two versions?

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    Physical by Olivia Newton-John
    U.K. Girls (Physical) by Goldfrapp

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    Posted in 2000, Single.

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  17. Ces Bottes Sont Faites Pour Marcher by Eileen


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    Here’s a fun French version of Nancy Sinatra’s go- go classic. I love this as I can hardly sing it and I can sing the original for sure in English but the fact that I can’t sing this makes it all that more unique.

    This series Femmes De Paris is a great collection of young French pop divas from the 60s singing original and cover songs from British and American hits. I love the collection and it’s definitely worth owning for anyone interested in this type of music. They are sure fun and will get folks talking and chatting at a party.

    What do you think? Nancy’s version or Eileen’s cover? They are both fun to me!

    These Boots Are Made For Walkin by Nancy Sinatra
    Ces Bottes Sont Faites Pour Marcher by Eileen

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    Check out this fun lyp synced video from youtube. Very fun!

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    Posted in 1966, Album.

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  18. It’s Not Over Yet by Klaxons


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    I love this … I love the fact that a punk/rock/dance band has taken a electronic/dance song from the 90s and totally made it their own. It’s perfection. I remember listening to Not Over Yet by Grace back in the mid 90′s over and over again. The various remixes by BT, Danny Tenaglia, Dancing Divas and etc. This track was released off of Paul Oakenfold’s Perfecto label – later on Reprise here in the states. And I remember listening to the many reincarnations of Not Over Yet – the tranced up versions that came out in 1999 as Planet Perfecto Presents Grace. Those were quite nice.

    But this Klaxons version is perfect if not excellent. I love the guitars and the vocals – they are all perfectly blended together. Don’t you think? Check out the video as well.

    This is off of their Myths Of The Near Future album.

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    Not Over Yet (Perfecto Mix) by Grace
    It’s Not Over Yet by Klaxons

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    Posted in 2007, Album.

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  19. Je T’aime…Moi Non Plus by Donna Summer


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    Thank God It’s Friday is the forgettable film about the disco nightlife club world. It has a pretty good soundtrack of music by such artists as Thelma Houston, Diana Ross, Commodores, Cameo, Santa Esmeralda and of course several tracks by Ms. Donna Summer. The big hit on the soundtrack is of course Last Dance. There’s two versions the regular and of course the reprise version just before the last track on the soundtrack – Je T’aime…Moi Non Plus. This of course is the classic 60s French track by Serge Gainsbourg and featuring the great voice of his wife Jane Birkin.

    Unfortunately the Donna Summer version which clocks in at 15 minutes and 36 seconds (pretty long for a track) doesn’t do anything for me. I love Donna Summers music especially the song I Feel Love – a true classic electronic disco masterpiece produced by the king himself Giorgio Moroder but unfortunately this remake just sucks! It sucks just like the film it’s from and it’s unfortunately really, really long so I just skip it. Well I don’t really listen to it.

    What do you think of the two versions? I love the original. You?

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    Je T’aime…Moi Non Plus by Serge Gainsbourg & Jane Birkin
    Je T’aime…Moi Non Plus by Donna Summer

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    Posted in 1978, Album.

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  20. Planet Rock by Paul Oakenfold/Afrika Bambaata


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    This update by Paul Oakenfold is for the film Swordfish starring John Travolta, Halle Berry and Hugh Jackman. It’s not a perfect film but was fun at the time. I love the remixes of Planet Rock much better than the film though. I like the simple yet great update by Paul Oakenfold the Swordfish Mix and of course the Litman and Cox Club Mix which is loud, fast, bouncy and all over the place.

    The original is still a classic and I still listen to it but these remixes still sound fresh even though they came out back in 2001 – almost ten years ago. Boy time flies and if remixes like these still sound fresh that’s all that matters.

    What do you think of the 2 newer versions compared to the original vocal version from back in the early 80s? I pick the Litman & Cox remix as it’s quite different from the original and even the Swordfish remix is quite similar to the original. You?

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    Planet Rock (Original Vocal Version) by Afrika Bambaataa & The Soulsonic Force
    Planet Rock (Swordfish Mix) by Paul Oakenfold Presents Afrika Bambaataa & The Soulsonic Force
    Planet Rock (Litman & Cox Club Mix) by Paul Oakenfold Presents Afrika Bambaataa & The Soulsonic Force

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    Posted in 2001, Album, Single.

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  21. The Tango I Saved for You (from the film Gaily, Gaily) (Zeb’s The Tango I Stole From You Remix) by Czech Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra/Henry Mancini


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    This is such a beautiful piece of music as I love both the original by Henri Mancini and the remix by Zeb. It’s from a film that I have not seen called Gaily, Gaily but anything with Henry Mancini’s music is worth at least checking out. Well the music that is.

    Zeb has added the jazzy downtempo touch to the original and spiced it up a little but still the original can be heard in the new remix.

    This remix is off of the album Cinematic: Classic Film Music Remixed – and contains awesome chill, jazzy, moody downtempo cuts. I love the whole disc. The oddest cut off the disc is an updated remix of a track from the Carrie soundtrack. Boy that sure is creepy! But the disc is definitely worth owning for the rest of the cuts for sure.

    What do you think of the two versions?

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    The Tango I Saved For You From Gaily Gaily by Czech Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra/Henry Mancini
    The Tango I Saved for You (from the film Gaily, Gaily) (Zeb’s The Tango I Stole From You Remix) by Czech Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra/Henry Mancini

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    Posted in 2007, Album.

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  22. Useless (Kruder + Dorfmeister Session) by Depeche Mode


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    I actually love this remix of Depeche Mode’s Useless by Kruder & Dorfmeister much more than the original synth pop/rock track. It’s been given their signature remixing style that they have come to be known for but you can still hear the great vocals of Dave Gahan. It’s perfect for background cocktail party chilling.

    I’m so happy that we have a great band like Depeche Mode! They obviously are not afraid to hire out the greatest remixers of the era to add a new sound to their current releases. I give them an A+ as a band! Go for it – I hear they have a new album coming out so I can’t wait to hear some tracks from it soon.

    This Kruder & Dorfmeister remix is also available in an edited form off the awesomely amazing K&D Sessions along with great trip hop bands like Lamb, Sofa Surfers and David Holmes.

    The version here is from their Home/Useless CD Single. What do you think? Which version is your favorite?

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    Useless by Depeche Mode
    Useless (Kruder + Dorfmeister Session) by Depeche Mode

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    Posted in 1997, Album, Single.

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  23. Good Life by Kaori


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    Here’s a jazzed up version of Inner City’s Good Life by Kaori. I found this version on Saint-Germain des Pres Cafe volume 2 and I was surprised at how good this version is. I love the original by Inner City as it’s a pretty big classic from the late 80s when dance music was breaking so this new version by Kaori breathes new life into the original.

    What do you think?

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    Good Life by Inner City
    Good Life by Kaori

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    Posted in 2002, Album.

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  24. Glass Danse (Paul Oakenfold Remix) by The Faint


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    Here’s an awesome remix of an awesome track from The Faint! This one’s remixed by the great big DJ Paul Oakenfold.

    Paul has taken the original synth/rock track and made it very club friendly so it’s perfect for big clubs for long nights of banging dance music. It’s one of my fave Oakenfold remixes.

    Check it out and see what you think. It’s quite nice! Don’t you think? It’s taken from the Danse Macabre Remixes CD which is definitely worth owning if you are at all into remixes!

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    Glass Danse by The Faint
    Glass Danse (Paul Oakenfold Remix) by The Faint

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    Posted in 2003, Album.

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  25. Miss Broadway by Glass Candy


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    Here’s a toned down synth remake of Paris, France’s Belle Epoque’s Miss Broadway. Miss Broadway was Belle Epoque’s second hit in the 70s and the only hit in the US. Glass Candy has remade the track and contributed to the After Dark compilation for the Italians Do It Better! label. It’s a really fun version but quite chill and mellow compared to the original by Belle Epoque.

    I do enjoy Glass Candy’s music alot and their album Beat Box which also contains a cover of the Krafwerk classic Computer Love. Most of their music is pretty toned down and mellow – nothing to really get the party started. Mostly for winding down which is good.

    The After Dark compilation includes a bunch of great tracks in the synth electronic style including a cover of Last Night A DJ Saved My Life which is one of my all time favorite disco songs.

    So tell me what you think of the two versions. Come on feel to comment.

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    Miss Broadway by Belle Epoque
    Miss Broadway by Glass Candy

    Check out Glass Candy live performing Miss Broadway!

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    Posted in 2007, Album.

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