Human 2002* ‎– Don't You Mix

Vinyl, 12", Unofficial Release


A Don't You Want Me (Don't You Mix)
B Don't You Want Me (Hou'Star-Mix)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etching Side A): AE 36043
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching Side B): AE 36044

Other Versions (5 of 74) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
VS 466, VS466 The Human League Don't You Want Me(7", Single) Virgin, Virgin VS 466, VS466 UK 1981 Sell This Version
VS 46612 The Human League Don't You Want Me(12") Virgin VS 46612 Australia 1982 Sell This Version
VSN 126 The Human League Don't You Want Me / Seconds(7", Single) Virgin VSN 126 South Africa 1981 Sell This Version
833-0020 The Human League Unlimited Orchestra* Don't You Want Me = No Me Quieres(12", Blu) CBS 833-0020 Ecuador 1982 Sell This Version
VS 1139 The Human League Don't You Want Me(7", Single) Virgin VS 1139 Canada 1981 Sell This Version


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February 5, 2011
edited over 9 years ago
Hou'Star Mix is a driving Tech-Progressive-House tune with a subtle tribal drum added in parts, some echoed spacey vocoder sounds, crisp and clear synths, and nice ambient pads, sounding something like one of the better releases on the Hope label in the early 2000's. Only the catchy synth lines from the Human League track are brought over, and give an already solid track some added appeal. Nice track for a big sound system, and I'd say it's the best remix / use of samples of Human League I've heard.


January 1, 2009

Essentially 2 instrumental re-recordings with elements of the original. The A-side "Don't You" mix appears to sample a bit more so the melody/bassline phases underneath the new drum patterns. This mix also includes "Don't - don't you" vocal sample from Phil Oakey, clipped rather abruptly at the end. However the mix is overly long and repetitive. The "Hou-Star" mix on the B-side has even less to do with the League's original, bar a looped section of the bassline replayed under all new percussion, and is for completists only as it contains no vocal samples atall.