Alice Deejay ‎– Better Off Alone

ISBA Music Entertainment Inc. ‎– ISB-12-7015
Vinyl, 12"

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A1 Better Off Alone (Vocal Club Mix) 6:53
A2 Better Off Alone (Signum RMX)
Remix – Signum
B1 Better Off Alone (Pronti & Kalmani Vocal Remix)
Remix – Pronti & Kalmani
B2 Better Off Alone (Mark Van Dale With Enrico RMX)
Remix – Mark Van Dale With Enrico

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Under license from Violent Music.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
0523562 Alice Deejay Better Off Alone(CD, Maxi) Violent Records 0523562 Netherlands 1999 Sell This Version
ISB-SI-7021 Alice Deejay Better Off Alone(CD, Maxi) ISBA Music Entertainment Inc., Violent Records ISB-SI-7021 Canada 1999 Sell This Version
VLMX 0295 Alice Deejay Better Off Alone(12") Vale Music VLMX 0295 Spain 1999 Sell This Version
UNIR-20051-1 Alice Deejay Better Off Alone(12", Promo) Universal Records, Republic Records UNIR-20051-1 US 2000 Sell This Version
DMD Orbit021 Alice Deejay Better Off Alone(12") Orbit Records DMD Orbit021 Germany 1998 Sell This Version


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December 27, 2011
RS: Where did the idea for "Better Off Alone" come from?
Pronti: I came up with the sentence "Do you think you're better off alone" when the love of my life had left me. It's kind of ironic cause I never even told her the song was about her. I never saw her again. It made the emotion of the song as real as it gets. One simple line that said it all. The track was instrumental at first, but I started humming the vocal melody while the track was playing and we decided to add vocals. That turned out to be a wise decision..

RS: How was Alice Deejay created?
Kalmani: Nobody expected "Better Off Alone" to become such a worldwide hit. Jurgen wanted to stay the underground club DJ that he was, so we asked Judy to perform the song. It was then that we decided to call it Alice Deejay.