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Various - September 90 - Mixes 2 FLAC album

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A1 Mike "Hitman" Wilson Another Sleepless Night (DMC Remix)
Featuring – Shawn ChristopherRemix – Mike "Hitman" Wilson
6:30
A2 Deskee Dance Dance (DMC Remix)
Edited By – Tuta AquinoRemix – Tony Humphries
6:33
A3 Grace Jones La Vie En Rose (DMC Remix)
Remix – Sanny X
6:00
B1 Lindy Layton Silly Games (DMC Remix)
Keyboards – John Pearn*Remix – Mike Gray*
6:30
B2 New Order Confusion (DMC Remix)
Remix – Dimitri*
7:00
Indie Dance Megamix
DJ Mix [Megamix] – Brian Butler
(7:00)
B3.1 Flowered Up It's On
B3.2 The Soup Dragons I'm Free
B3.3 Happy Mondays Step On
B3.4 Primal Scream Loaded
B3.5 Stone Roses* Fools Gold

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed Through – Phonographic Performance Ltd

Notes

A1: ℗ Arista
A2: ℗ Big One
A3. ℗ Island
B1: ℗ Arista
B2: ℗ Factory
B3: BPM 102 - 112 ℗ Heavenly, Big Life, Creation, Silver Tone.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side A): DMC 92/2 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side B): DMC 92/2 B1
  • Rights Society: MCPS

Various - September 90 - Mixes 2 FLAC album

Musician performer: Various

Title: September 90 - Mixes 2

Date of release: 1990

Style: House, Downtempo, Indie Rock

Genre: Electronic / Rock

Size FLAC: 1832 mb

Rating: 4.5 / 5

Votes: 141

Other Formats: MMF DMF VOX MP2 ASF MOD TTA

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For anyone that is going to buy this for the New Order remix for your information it runs for 5:24 same as it does on the bootleg cd's not the 7 minutes as stated on the cover..
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For anyone that is going to buy this for the New Order remix for your information it runs for 5:24 same as it does on the bootleg cd's not the 7 minutes as stated on the cover..
Akinohn
Freakin' genius remix of New Order's "Confusion" on here by Dimitri From Paris. It's so era-specific and weirdly evocative. Put it on, turn it up.
Akinohn
Freakin' genius remix of New Order's "Confusion" on here by Dimitri From Paris. It's so era-specific and weirdly evocative. Put it on, turn it up.