Melanie C ‎– I Turn To You

Virgin ‎– VSCDE1772, Virgin ‎– 7243 8 97021 2 5
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Vocal reproduction for Z Management
Track 02 remixed for SBP / 7pm Management (UK)
Mixed at Stone Room, Stockholm
Track 01 & 02 published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd / EMI April Music Inc (ASCAP) / Future Furniture Music (ASCAP)

Tracks 01 & 02 ℗ 2000 Virgin Records Limited
© 2000 Virgin Records Limited
Made in the EU.
Northern Star - the album out now.

Cardboard sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 724389702125
  • Barcode (Text): 7 24389 70212 5
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1 to 3): IFPI L046
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): ifpi 1Y08
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): ifpi 15F0
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): ifpi 1593
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1, 3): EMI UDEN 8970212 @ 1 1-1-6-NL
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): EMI UDEN 8970212 @ 1 1-1-9-NL
  • Rights Society: bel BIEM
  • Label Code: LC 03098
  • Price Code: F: PM537

Other Versions (5 of 35) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
7243 8 38773 1 7 Melanie C I Turn To You(12") Virgin Records America, Inc. 7243 8 38773 1 7 US 2001 Sell This Version
none Melanie C I Turn To You(CDr, Single, Promo) Virgin Records Ltd. none Australia 2000 Sell This Version
VSTXDJ1772 Melanie C I Turn To You (Mixes By Tilt)(12", Promo) Virgin VSTXDJ1772 UK 2000 Sell This Version
VISA 6233 Melanie C I Turn To You(CD, Single, Promo) Virgin France VISA 6233 France 2000 Sell This Version
VSLH 1772 Melanie C I Turn To You(7", W/Lbl, Juk) Virgin VSLH 1772 UK 2000 Sell This Version


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April 1, 2018
edited 3 months ago
Can't believe no one's mentioned this yet, but there are actually TWO different Hex Hector Radio mixes of this song. They're both the same length and are very similar in instrumentation, with just a few noticeable differences.

Radio Mix One is the most common, and appears on most singles. This one is what his 10+ minute club mix is an edit of.

Radio Mix Two appears only on some singles but I'm not sure exactly which ones. Pretty sure the Australiasia one has it, and on at least some of the Northern Star album reissues where they have the Hex Hector Radio mix as a bonus track, it is this mix (again not sure which releases specifcally).

When you listen to Mix Two, you'll notice the following differences vs. Mix One: The intro has the tweaky-sounding acid synth part much higher in the mix, and the spacey-sounding synth is moved more to the background. Also, in the 2nd half of each chorus "Who can turn me around...when I'm upside down...", it has the same piano part from the LP version, which is missing from the other Hex radio mix, and his club mix.

Both mixes contain the "Where would I be..." bridge, which for whatever reason Hex left out of his club mix.


December 17, 2012
I have to say I agree with the ohter reviewers here. It might be a bit cheesy, and being a big pop hit from a former Spice Girl massively dents any street-cred this may have, but this is a great tune that gets me every time; Hex Hector's epic mixes are superb, rising and falling with the song, and when he kicks her back in for a few final reiterations of the title line, it is just spellbinding. Mel's voice ain't half bad and feels quite emotional in this song, which to me seems to be a quasi-religious expression. I don't think she is talking to a lover so much as an entity of faith, a "God " if you will. I'm an atheist so while I don't subscribe to such things, the feeling within the song is very strong.


October 5, 2011
Memory's, Memory's, Memory's.....The first time I heard this song was in late spring 2000 on a a mixed dj cd(DJ BOOM BOOM - best of nyc underground 4!!!)

During that time this song hadn't quite made it's way to the radio yet, not at least for a few more months. It was very much underground in terms of what NYC sounded at that time.

This is probably Hex Hector's finest moment IMO!! It was a song that truely had to be experienced in a huge venue like EXIT. The mixes that you would hear along with this were so energetic & "polished" sounding. I remember asking myself "How can music evolve from this?", and thinking that this NYC "sound" had reached it's peak.

If you were around 19 back then like me and lived near NY or NJ, you couldn't escape songs like this (and you didn't want to!!..)

Very magical times that are permanently etched in my brain.

Can't we go back?