CeCe Peniston* ‎– He Loves Me 2



He Loves Me 2 (Silk's Radio Edit) 4:05
He Loves Me 2 (Roller Disco Edit) 3:45
He Loves Me 2 (Silk's 12" Mix) 8:39
He Loves Me 2 (Paul Johnson's Vocal Dub) 8:44
He Loves Me 2 (Paul Johnson's Dancefloor Dub) 7:04
He Loves Me 2 (Junior's Love 2 Club Mix) 10:39
He Loves Me 2 (Roller Discoclub Mix) 6:45

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May 26, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
referencing He Loves Me 2 (Junior Vasquez Remixes), 12", SENT 9903B-1
Unfortunately this 12" is mispressed and is the same as this release:


September 14, 2011
edited over 5 years ago
referencing He Loves Me 2, 12", SENT 9903

many fans know Steve "Silk" Hurley does his New school/Old school remixes on the FM drive time radio (The Tom Joyner Morning Show"). Silk will do boot edits of popular songs. Sometimes the songs themselves are terrible pop travesties and he turns them out in these edits. Artists will not be named to protect the guilty. Silk never releases them, presumably for legal reasons, maybe one or two are on youtube but by and large they are lost to the sands of time. But for that moment your sitting in your car, listening in the parking lot, going "Holy Shit, Silk." Well this track is a legit "New school/Old School" remix. He actually has the rights to this song and edits the bones out of the body. CE CE does a very good job but Silk is a master of production and Paul Johnson isn't far behind. the Dance Floor Dub B2 is a nasty re-edit of what seems to be out-take vocals. They both worked this release and an underground hit. deep house garage anthem at least it is in my house.


April 10, 2010
referencing He Loves Me 2, CD, Maxi, FTR 4053-2
Is there any way I can get this CD. I have tyried to look for it but no such luck


December 5, 2004
edited over 12 years ago
referencing He Loves Me 2, 12", SENT 9903
Paul Johnson and Steve Hurley battling it out for producing
the classiest of remixes of this vocal garage anthem. Still a killer which proves quality can stand the test of time, this release by the diva Peniston on Silk is sure to bring the ladies out once the evening gets underway. When Ce Ce sings 'he loves me, he loves me not', we know: we love it. If you come across it, buy it. Rare.