Milli Vanilli ‎– Two x 2

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Cooltempo ‎– CTLP 11
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation
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A1 Can't You Feel My Love
A2 Boy In The Tree
A3 Money
A4 Dance With The Devil
A5 Girl I'm Gonna Miss You
A6 All Or Nothing
B1 Baby Don't Forget My Number
B2 Dreams To Remember
B3 Is It Love
B4 Ma Baker
B5 Girl You Know It's True
C1 Blame It On The Rain (Club Mix - Long Version)
Remix – Frank Farian
C2 More Than You'll Ever Know
C3 Take It As It Comes
C4 It's Your Thing
C5 Dreams To Remember (Remix)
Remix – Frank Farian
D1 All Or Nothing (Club MIx)
Remix – Frank Farian
D2 Baby Don't Forget My Number (Remix)
Remix – Frank Farian
D3 Girl I'm Gonna Miss You (Remix)
Remix – Frank Farian
D4 Girl You Know It's True (N.Y. Subway Mix - Long Version)
Remix – Frank Farian

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CTLP D11 Milli Vanilli 2 x 2(2xLP, Comp, Gat) Cooltempo CTLP D11 UK 1989 Sell This Version
CCD 1724 Milli Vanilli 2 X 2(CD, Comp) Cooltempo, Chrysalis CCD 1724 UK 1989 Sell This Version
ZTLP D11 Milli Vanilli 2 x 2(2xCass, Comp) Cooltempo ZTLP D11 UK 1989 Sell This Version
96 933 Milli Vanilli 2 x 2(CD, Comp, Jew) Carrere 96 933 France 1989 Sell This Version
CTLPD 11 Milli Vanilli 2 x 2(2xLP, Comp, Gat) Cooltempo CTLPD 11 UK 1989 Sell This Version

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June 3, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
The "2X2" album was a combination of the original BMG "All or Nothing" european release and the Arista "US Remix album". Cooltempo packaged both albums together as a double disc set for the U.K. market with "All or Nothing" being the first disc, and the "US Remix album" the second.
Keen collectors would note that the cassette version of this release had artist details printed on a sticker on one cassette and a printed fascia on the other. This is because the sticker covered up the original cassette "All or Nothing" title text.
Due to the packaging of two different albums as one, there are several inconsistencies that are present:
1. Both discs contain identical "NY Subway remixes" of "Girl You Know Its True" where a "true" double album would naturally include alternative versions.
2. "All or Nothing" in its original Euro-pop format is markedly different from its remix version which replaces the sung verses with rap vocals.
3. "Dreams to Remember", despite not being a single, is included twice due to its inclusion on the Arista US release.
4. Despite the second disc including remixes of the hit singles, "Blame it on the Rain" is only included once in the package. This is because the track was penned after the original European release.