Electro House Mixes (UK Promo)

Electro House Mixes (UK Promo)

New Order
“Electro House Mixes”
2005 London Records (UK)
Promo CD-R

01 Regret (Tocadisco Remix) | 06:01
02 Regret (Tocadisco Dub) | 05:39
03 True Faith (King Roc Remix) | 08:21
04 Jetstream (Jacques Lu Cont Dub) | 08:34
05 Waiting For The Sirens’ Call (Asle Dub) | 09:21

The remixes on this promotional CD-R became commercially available in 2006 as part of the New Order “12 X 12” vinyl campaign issued via New State Recordings.

Waiting For The Sirens’ Call


New Order
“Waiting For The Sirens’ Call”
2005 London Records (UK)
NUOCD15 / PR015508 / Promo CD-R

01 Waiting For The Sirens’ Call (Rich Costey Mix) | 05:41
02 Waiting For The Sirens’ Call (Jacknife Lee Remix) | 06:13
03 Bizarre Love Triangle (Richard X Remix Full Length) | 07:04
04 Everything’s Gone Green (Martin Buttrich Remix) | 04:54
05 Temptation (Secret Machines Remix Full Length) | 07:23
06 Everything’s Gone Green (Cicada Remix) | 04:36
07 Waiting For The Sirens’ Call (Jacknife Lee Remix Edit) | 04:13
08 Waiting For The Sirens’ Call (Rich Costey Radio Edit) | 3:53

WFTSC (Planet Funk Mixes)

New Order
“Waiting For The Sirens’ Call” (Planet Funk Mixes)
2005 Warner Bros. Records (UK)
Promo CD-R

01 Waiting For The Sirens’ Call (Planet Funk Remix) | 07:26
02 Waiting For The Sirens’ Call (Planet Funk Dub) | 08:12

Released in 2005, “Waiting For The Sirens’ Call” was New Order’s last single with erstwhile bassist Peter Hook. The CD release includes only two mixes; however, a treble set of 7″ singles features commendable remixes of classic tunes. Those versions (and more) were also made available on various promotional CDs.

New Order have occasionally based live arrangements of some songs on remixes; however, it came as quite a surprise to hear the band play the obscure but excellent Planet Funk remix of “WFTSC” on their current tour.

Original Sin (1995 Remix)


“Original Sin”
1995 Mercury (EU)
856 958-2

01 Original Sin (Epic Adventure Edit)
02 Original Sin (Ian Green Mix)
03 Original Sin (Epic Adventure)

Smooth Criminal (US Promo)


Michael Jackson
“Smooth Criminal” (US Promo)
1988 Epic (US)
ESK 1274

01 Smooth Criminal (Single Mix)
02 Smooth Criminal (Dance Mix – Extended)
03 Smooth Criminal (Dance Mix – Radio Edit)
04 Smooth Criminal (“Annie” Mix)
05 Smooth Criminal (Dance Mix – Dub Version)
06 Smooth Criminal (A Cappella Mix)

Every Little Word (US Promo)


Flesh For Lulu
“Every Little Word” (US Promo)
1990 Capitol Records (US)

01 Every Little Word (12″ Edit)
02 Every Little Word (LP Version)
03 Every Little Word (Remix)
04 Every Little Word (Dub)
05 Every Little Word (Underground Mix)
06 Every Little Word (Alternative Radio Edit)

Black Tie White Noise


David Bowie
“Black Tie White Noise”
1993 Savage Records (US)

01 Black Tie White Noise (Waddell’s Mix)
02 Black Tie White Noise (3rd Floor Mix)
03 Black Tie White Noise (Al B. Sure! Mix)
04 Black Tie White Noise (Album Version)
05 Black Tie White Noise (Club Mix)
06 Black Tie White Noise (Digi Funky’s Lush Mix)
07 Black Tie White Noise (Supa Pump Mix)

Goodnight Sweet Prince

In memory of Prince Rogers Nelson
(07 June 1958 – 21 April 2016)


“Purple Medley”
1995 Warner Bros. Records (US)
9 43503-2

01 Purple Medley
02 Purple Medley (Edit)
03 Kirk J’s B Sides Remix

This Cowboy Song


“This Cowboy Song”
1995 A&M Records (UK)
580 957-2

01 This Cowboy Song (Remix)
02 If You Love Somebody Set Them Free (Brothers In Rhythm Edit)
03 If You Love Somebody Set Them Free (Brothers In Rhythm Mix)
04 Demolition Man (Soulpower Edit)

“This Cowboy Song” was penned by Sting for inclusion on his 1994 best of collection, “Fields Of Gold.” The original version is hardly an essential addition to Mr. Sumner’s discography; however, the reggae remix (featuring Pato Banton) on the single release is downright embarrassing. But let’s be honest—the single’s selling point is an epic rework of “If You Love Somebody Set Them Free” by Steve Anderson & Dave Seaman.

Goodbye Baby And Amen


“Goodbye Baby And Amen”
1994 Dome Records (UK)

01 Goodbye Baby And Amen (Brothers In Rhythm Radio Version)
02 Goodbye Baby And Amen (Brothers In Rhythm 12″ Mix)
03 Goodbye Baby And Amen (Nick And Stone’s Elite Mix)
04 Goodbye Baby And Amen (K-Klass Klub Mix)

Lulu (Marie McDonald McLaughlin Lawrie) has been entertaining audiences for over 50 years. Long after her initial chart success in the 1960s, Lulu enjoyed a comeback in the 1990s with the album “Independence” and related singles. Released in 1994, “Goodbye Baby And Amen” is also available on the collection “Absolutely.”

VC Recordings Summer Sampler


Various Artists
“VC Recordings Summer Sampler”
1998 VC Recordings (UK)

01 Tin Tin Out – Sometimes (Matt Darey Remix)
02 Amira – My Desire (Club Asylum Classic Vocal Mix)
03 The Grant Nelson Project – Step 2 Me (Groove Vocal Mix)
04 Beat Foundation – Shelter (K-Klass Klub Mix)
05 Santos & Sabino – Lararari [Canzone Felice] (Santos Disco)
06 Camisra – Let Me Show You (Tall Paul Remix)

This promotional sampler issued by Virgin Records dance imprint VC Recordings is remarkable for its inclusion of a rare K-Klass remix of “Shelter” by Beat Foundation (blog followers may be familiar with my fondness for Beat Foundation and the Skinnymalinky label). When Beat Foundation signed to VC Recordings in 1998, the label commissioned new mixes of “Shelter”, originally issued by Skinnymalinky two years earlier. The remixes by K-Klass and Big C were limited to a promo 12″, and unfortunately, Beat Foundation disbanded soon afterward.