David Waxman ‎– Ultra. 80's Vs Electro 01

Ultra Records ‎– UL 1136-2
2 × CD, Compilation, Mixed

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1-1 Tears For Fears Shout
Producer – Chris HughesWritten-By – Ian Stanley, Roland Orzabal
1-2 Kraftwerk Trans-Europe Express
Lyrics By [Lyrics Cowritten By] – Emil SchultProducer, Written-By – Ralf Hutter*
1-3 Grandmaster Flash & Melle Mel White Lines (Don't Do It)
Written-By – Glover*, Robinson*
1-4 Green Velvet Genedefekt (Radio Mix)
Written-By – Curtis Jones*
1-5 Laidback* White Horse
Producer – Laidback*Written-By – John Guldberg, Tim Stahl
1-6 Audio Bullys Real Life
Written-By – Simon Franks, Tom Dinsdale
1-7 Bobby Peru Into The Feeling
Producer, Written-By – Paul Woolford
1-8 Luke Slater Stars And Heroes (Felix Da Housecat - Thee Glitz Mix)
Lyrics By [Lyrics Written By] – Finlow*, Slater*, Barrow*Music By [Music Written By] – Slater*, Barrow*Remix, Producer [Additional Remix Production] – Felix Da Housecat
1-9 Selway* Digital Emotion (Seratonin Mix)
Producer, Engineer, Written-By – John Selway
1-10 Mathias Schaffhauser* Feat. Rob Taylor Hey Little Girl (Extended Blue Mix)
Featuring, Vocals – Rob TaylorProducer – Mathias Schaffhauser*Words By, Music By – Ivor Davies*
1-11 FPU Crockett's Theme
Producer – Peter BenischWritten-By – Jan Hammer, Peter Benisch
1-12 W.I.T. Hold Me, Touch Me
Producer – Eric Roos, Larry TeeWritten-By – Larry Tee
2-1 M/A/R/R/S* Pump Up The Volume
Written-By – Martin Young*, Steve Young*
2-2 Bis The End Starts Today (Tommie Sunshine's 'Nail Me Down' Glasgow Summer Freestyle Mix)
Engineer – Nick SantillanProducer – Bis, Jason FamousRemix – Tommie Sunshine
2-3 Playgroup Number One (Felix Da Housecat - Thee Glitz Mix)
Remix – Felix Da HousecatWritten-By – L. Santucci*, T. Farsides*, T. Jackson*
2-4 Felix Da Housecat Madame Hollywood
Written-By – Caroline Herve*, Felix Stallings Jr.
2-5 Röyksopp Remind Me (Someone Else's Radio Mix)
Performer [Röyksopp Are] – Svein Berge, Torbjørn BrundtlandProducer, Arranged By – RöyksoppRemix, Producer [Additional Production] – Someone ElseVocals – Erlend ØyeWritten-By – Erlend Øye, Röyksopp
2-6 GusGus Dance You Down
Producer, Written-By – Gusgus
2-7 Who Da Funk Feat. Jessica Eve Shiny Disco Balls (Main Mix)
Featuring, Vocals – Jessica EveLyrics By – Jorge "DJ Lace" Jaramillo*Mixed By [Mixes By] – Dave Darlington*Producer – Alex Alicea, Jorge "DJ Lace" Jaramillo*, Who Da FunkWritten-By – A. Alicea*, J. Jaramillo*
2-8 Fischerspooner Emerge (Dave Clarke Remix)
Producer – Fischerspooner, Nicolas VernhesRemix – Dave ClarkeWritten-By – Casey Spooner, Warren Fischer
2-9 Miss Kittin & The Hacker 1982
Written-By – Caroline Herve*, Michael Amato*
2-10 Chicks On Speed Fashion Rules!
Music By – Murray-Leslie*, Moorse*, Logan*, Mynther*, Neumann*Producer – GloveWords By – Moorse*, Logan*Written-By – Murray-Leslie*
2-11 Zoot Woman Living In A Magazine
Mixed By – Jim AbbissProducer – Adam Blake, Stuart PriceWritten-By – Blake*, Blake*, Price*
2-12 Gary Numan Cars
Producer, Written-By – Gary Numan

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Track 1-1 [published by] (PRS/BMI). ℗ 1985 Mercury Records Limited. Courtesy of Mercury Records Limited under license from Universal Music Enterprises.

Track 1-2 published by Famous Music Corporation (ASCAP). ℗ 1977 Capitol Records. Licensed courtesy of Capitol Records, under license from EMI Special Markets.

Track 1-3 [published by] Sugar Hill Music Pub. Ltd. (BMI) / Twenty Nine Black Music (BMI). ℗ 1983 Sugar Hill Records. Produced under license from Rhino Entertainment Co. by arrangement with Warner Special Products.

Track 1-4 published by Cajual Music (ASCAP). ℗ 2002 Relief Records. Licensed courtesy of Relief Records.

Track 1-5 published by Heath Levy Music / Creole Music. ℗ 1984 Medley Records. Courtesy of Capitol Records, under license from EMI Special Markets.

Track 1-6 published by EMI Music Publishing. ℗ 2002 Mawlaw 388 Ltd t/a Source UK. Licensed courtesy of Astralwerks.

Track 1-7 written and produced at Restless Studios. Published by Sound 2020 Publishing Ltd. ℗ 2002 2020 Vision Recordings. Licensed courtesy of 2020 Vision Recordings Ltd.

Track 1-8 published by Mute Song admin. by Windswept Pacific in US and Canada / BMG Music Publishing / Copyright Control. Recorded at Clashback, Chicago, 2002. ℗ 2002 Mute Corporation. Licenses courtesy of Mute Corporation.

Track 1-9 ℗ 2001 Ultra Records. Published by Seratonin (BMI) / Empire International Music (BMI).

Track 1-10 published by EMI Songs Australia Pty Ltd. / EMI Songs Musikverlag GmbH & Co. ℗ 2001 Ware Records / Superstar Recordings. ℗ 2001 Universal Records, a division of Universal Music GmbH. Licensed courtesy of Superstar Recordings.

Track 1-11 published by Warner-Chappell. ℗ and © 2002 Turbo Recordings. Licensed courtesy of Turbo Recordings.

Track 1-12 written courtesy of Love Machine Inc. Published by Love Machine Music Inc. Courtesy of Mogul Electro Recordings.

Track 2-1 ℗ 1987 Island Records Inc. Licensed courtesy of Beggars Banquet.

Track 2-2 engineered at Inca Sound. Published by Bias admin. [by] Bug (ASCAP). ℗ 2002 spinART Records. Licensed courtesy of spinART Records.

Track 2-3 published by Universal-MCA Music Limited / Copyright Control. ℗ 2002 Mawlaw 388 Ltd. Licensed courtesy of Astralwerks.

Track 2-4 published by Sherlock Holmes Music / Warner Chappell. ℗ 2002 Cube Recordings. Licensed courtesy of Emperor Norton Records.

Track 2-5 [published by] Copyright Control / BMG Publishing. Erlend Øye appears with kind permission of Source (UK). ℗ 2002 Wall Of Sound Recordings. Licensed courtesy of Wall Of Sound Recordings.

Track 2-6 published by Universal Music Publishing. Appears courtesy of Moonshine Music. ℗ 2002 gusgus. Licensed courtesy of Moonshine.

Track 2-7 published by Happy Brain Cell (ASCAP) / Subpub (ASCAP) / Copyright Control. Mixes @ The Chop Shop, NJ. ℗ 2002 SUBUSA Records, Inc. Licensed courtesy of Subliminal Records.

Track 2-8 published by Copyright Control. ℗ 2002 Warren Fischer and Casey Spooner under exclusive license to Ministry Of Sound Music, Inc. Licensed courtesy of Ministry Of Sound Music, Inc.

Track 2-9 published by Warner Chappell / Universal Music Publishing. ℗ 2002 International Deejay Gigolo Records. Licensed courtesy of Emperor Norton Records.

Track 2-10 published by Edition Soder And Wacha / Gold Musikverlag / Warner Chappell / Hypernorm. ℗ and © Chicks On Speed Records 2002. Licensed courtesy of Chicks On Speed Records.

Track 2-11 published by Copyright Control / Warner Chappell. Mixed for This Much Talent. ℗ 2001 Wall Of Sound Recordings. Licensed courtesy of Wall Of Sound Recordings.

Track 2-12 published by Universal / Momentum Music 3 Ltd. ℗ 1979 Beggars Banquet Records Ltd. Licensed courtesy of Beggars Banquet.

Mixed and edited for House Of Wax Productions.

Manufactured, marketed and distributed in North America by Ultra Records. This compilation ℗&© 2002 Ultra Records, Inc.

There are a couple of errors in the liner notes and artwork and have been corrected for this submission. Errors include:
Track 1-11 is spelled as 'Crockets Theme' rather than the proper 'Crockett's Theme'.
Track 2-4 credits 'Frank Stallings Jr.' instead of 'Felix Stallings Jr' for a writing credit.
Track 2-10 erroneously credits 'Logan' as 'Logan Logan' with a writing credit.

Discs are housed in a regular sized, double-disc jewel case. The jewel case is housed inside of a cardboard slipcover.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 17465 11362 8
  • Barcode: 617465113628
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): Z11441 25 UL1136-2 0 1 MUSIC CONNECTION
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): Z11443 25 UL136-2.2 01 MUSIC CONNECTION
  • Matrix / Runout (Mother / Stamper Code): M0S1
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1 & CD2): ifpi L909
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 & CD2): IFPI 2U3W



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January 21, 2020
Don't waste your money and time on this...on the surface it looks like a cool concept, that is, a mixed comp that weaves in and out of classic 80's and new electro to creative effect...but all you get is about 80% electro tracks du-jour, with a small handful of 80's tracks that don't fit into anything here at all. And it's *BARELY* even "mixed"...more like very lazily and poorly sequenced.

A poor effort. There's a reason Ultra never made anything past a Volume 01 of this mess.