Jamiroquai ‎– Cosmic Girl

Columbia ‎– 82876 88547 1, Sony BMG Music Entertainment ‎– 82876 88547 1
Vinyl, 12"

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A Cosmic Girl (Tom Belton Remix)
Remix – Tom Belton
B Cosmic Girl (David Morales Classic Club Remix)
Remix – David Morales


This is no.2 in a series of 5 reissues.

Other Versions (5 of 30) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
663829 1 Jamiroquai Cosmic Girl(CD, Single) Sony Soho Square 663829 1 UK 1996 Sell This Version
42K 78501 Jamiroquai Cosmic Girl(CD, Maxi) Work 42K 78501 US 1996 Sell This Version
none Jamiroquai Cosmic Girl(CDr, Promo) Columbia none UK 2006 Sell This Version
663829 2 Jamiroquai Cosmic Girl(CD, Maxi) Sony Soho Square 663829 2 UK 1996 Sell This Version
none Jamiroquai Cosmic Girl - EP(4xFile, WAV) Sony BMG Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd. none US 2006



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February 15, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
Tom Belton delivers a funky and sexy update of a classic Jamiroquai song. The bassline is closely related to that of the original version with some great loop patterns on the choruses. Actually, a lot of this remix is closely related to the original. It's worked really well and is, in a way, like a Club Version of the original rather than a completely different remix, which can be a good thing if you like the original as much as I do!

I'd never actually heard the David Morales remix before I got this release and I have to say, the mix doesn't sound all that dated even though it is from over ten years ago! I love the vibe Dave's got going here. It could almost be considered Deep House because alot of today's Deep House is like the sound of the more retro regular-House tunes.

Out of all the reissues, I'd say that this is definately one of the best (the other one being "Love Foolosophy"). It delivers a funky up-to-date vibe on one side, whereas the older remix on the B-side can be disguised as a Deep House tune from about the year 2000!