Céline Dion ‎– My Heart Will Go On (Dance Mixes)

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Epic ‎– ESCA 7299
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Original version featured on the Epic International release "Let's Talk About Love". Movie version available on "Titanic (Music From The Motion Picture)".

Motion picture artwork, photos TM Twentieth Century Fox. Copyright © 1997 by Paramount Pictures and Twentieth Century Fox. All rights reserved.

℗© 1998 Sony Music Entertainment (Canada) Inc.

Manufactured by Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.

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  • Barcode: 4988010729929
  • Matrix / Runout: PUA-912 1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L275
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 4536

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ledjfab

February 15, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

There is a whole story behind this single. First, it was difficult to convince James Cameron to include it in his 1997 movie "Titanic" (he never conceived his film with the idea of having a theme song included in it). After a lot of arrangements, it was agreed that the song would feature in the end credits. The success was instant; a delirious - pathetic - teenage feminine audience, assaulted cinemas around the globe, bursting to tears (or hysteria) while the theme song played religiously for months virtually everywhere on earth. It is a mystery on how the extra terrestrials will react in a million years when they will receive the radio transmissions of that period...
The success was such that many dance versions flooded the market in a matter of weeks. "Booshida", "Clueless", "Mary "O"", "Moon", "Déjà Vu" and "Pretty Poison" were all instant, made up dance acts, trying to take a part of the giant cake which was "Titanic". René Angélil, Céline Dion's manager, was not very happy about that. And so, he decided to order proper remixes of Dion's version.
Richie Jones, Tony Moran, Matt & Vito and Soul Solution were asked to beat the competition. In the lot, Richie Jones is doing the "best job", by injecting the dance vibe correctly in the song, adding some "water effects" to the voice, and the use of synth strings. His "Unsinkable" Club Mix, is 10 minutes long (if you really want to extend the sinking and scream "Jack! Jack!" hysterically).
In my point of view, all the other mixes are uninspired eurodance fillers, and it certainly doesn't help haters to like the original version a little bit more.