D:ream – Things Can Only Get Better (Remixes)

D:ream
“Things Can Only Get Better”
1993 Magnet Records/Warner Music (UK)
MAG1020CD

01. Things Can Only Get Better (D:reamix Edit)
02. Things Can Only Get Better (12″ D:reamix)
03. Things Can Only Get Better (Cleveland City Style)
04. Things Can Only Get Better (Superfly Development Vocal)
05. Things Can Only Get Better (Cleveland Main Vocal)
06. Things Can Only Get Better (Cleveland Euro Style)

3, 5, 6 > Remix by Rhyme Time Productions
4 > Remix by Development Corporation

THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER (REMIXES)

D:ream
“Things Can Only Get Better”
1993 Sire Records (US)
9 41047-2

01. Things Can Only Get Better (Superfly Development Vocal Edit)
02. Things Can Only Get Better (Superfly Development Vocal Mix)
03. Things Can Only Get Better (Overworld Mix)
04. Things Can Only Get Better (12″ D:reamix)
05. Things Can Only Get Better (Album Version)

1, 2, 3 > Remix by Development Corporation

THINGS CAN ONLY GET BETTER (US CD)

INFO > About a year after the original release of “Things Can Only Get Better”, Warner Music issued these new mixes from Neil Claxton & Johnny Jay (Development Corporation) and Cleveland City’s Rhyme Time Productions. The ‘Superfly Development Vocal Edit’ is exclusive to the US maxi-single, which is also the only digital source for the ‘Overworld Mix.’ Attracted by the song’s chorus of optimism, the UK’s Labour Party adopted “Things Can Only Get Better” for use during the 1997 general election campaign, prompting yet another reissue of the single.

NOTE > Normally, I would consolidate unique tracks from related releases into one file. However, I felt the variations between these singles—as well as the discernible volume difference—warranted separate posts.

Posted on October 22, 2011, in D:ream, Development Corporation, Rhyme Time Productions. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. I collected their singles back then…good to see your double feature here!
    They were EXCELLENT!

  2. A great pop dance band from the 1990s – vastly underrated. Have you heard their new album?

  3. yes, it’s good, but call me a sentimental geek…i still prefer the first two albums…LOL!
    at least Peter got back into Dance…he was into Rock at some point wasn’t he?

    • It is difficult to recreate that former glory. After D:ream disbanded, I didn’t follow McCunnah’s career – I didn’t know he continued to produce music. But what I’ve heard of the new album sounds good.

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