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Supernature (William Orbit’s Mix) by Erasure


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Erasure released Supernature as a B side to their single Blue Savannah back in 1989 just after their big successful Chains Of Love song came out a couple of years prior. So this was pretty darn big. Lots of great remixes of Blue Savannah and of course this awesome remix of Supernature by William Orbit. The Cerrone disco classic was reinvented in a whole new style. This is a pretty darn great remake and I still listen to. It has slight touches of the disco sound but also has a very synth background – more in line with the 80s synth sound that Vince Clarke was known for.

This version is pretty darn long and again it’s pretty darn good. I love the Cerrone version of Supernature and I really do love this as well. Cerrone and along with Giorgio Moroder are my 2 favorite disco producers and this original is still one of my favorite Euro Disco tracks. Listen below and compare the two versions.

Supernature_By_Cerrone

The video here for Supernature by Cerrone is pretty fun. A little cheesy but still fun.

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Supernature by Cerrone
Supernature (William Orbit Remix) by Erasure

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  1. Variations Of Supernature by Cerrone Symphony | DESTROY ROCK + ROLL! linked to this post on June 4, 2010

    [...] has been remade countless times in the past most and one of the most famous remakes is by Erasure back in 1989. I love the William Orbit’s Remix of that Erasure version. So I’m always [...]



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