Saint Etienne ‎– Who Do You Think You Are

Warner Bros. Records ‎– 9 40910-2
CD, Maxi-Single

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1 Who Do You Think You Are (Album Version) 3:52
2 Who Do You Think You Are (Strobelights & Platform Shoes Mix) 7:00
3 Who Do You Think You Are (Quex-RD)
Remix – Aphex Twin
4 Hobart Paving (UK Single Version)
Written-By – Stanley*, Wiggs*
5 Who Do You Think You Are (Nu Solution Mix) 7:46
6 Who Do You Think You Are (Saturday Night Fever Dub) 6:59
7 Your Head My Voice (Voix Revirement)
Remix – Aphex TwinWritten-By – Stanley*, Wiggs*, James*
8 Who Do You Think You Are (Radio Remix) 4:39

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All tracks except 4, 7 are cover versions arised from Who Do You Think You Are.

Tracks 3 & 7 mixed at Llanerlog Studios, Cornwall.
Tracks 2, 5, 6 & 8 additional production and remix for Indeep Productions.

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Original versions of "Who Do You Think You Are" and "Hobart Paving" available on the Warner Bros. album "So Tough" available on cassette and compact disc (4/2-45338).

1 to 3, 5, 6 & 8. Published by September Music Corp. ASCAP
4. Published by Warner Chappell Music Ltd. PRS, admin. by Warner Tamerlane Pub. Corp. BMI.
7. Published by Warner Chappell Music Ltd. PRS, admin. by Warner Tamerlane Pub. Corp. BMI/Copyright Control.
©℗ 1993 Warner Bros. Records Inc., a Time Warner Company.
Made in U.S.A.

Issued in a Digipak®.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 093624061028
  • Barcode (Text): 0 9362-40910-2 8
  • Barcode (Code 39 Barcode In Matrix): 17987
  • Matrix / Runout: [SRC Logo] 1 40910-2 SRC**01 M1S1
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: PRS
  • Rights Society: BMI

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August 31, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

For the U.S. release of Saint Etienne's WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE, Roger Sanchez gets his capable hands on the glistening pop song and reforms it into upbeat house tracks. Get those disco balls spinning for the "Strobelights & Platform Shoes Mix." The vocals get cut up for the "Nu Solution Mix" and "Saturday Night Fever Dub." Obviously, though, the Aphex Twin provides the more interesting mixes, of course, including his stunning "Quex-rd Mix," full of his trademark clanging percussion and transformation of Sarah Cracknell's voice into an Eastern-tinged mantra. His work on "Your Head My Voice" is more ambient and less harsh, but no less fascinating. Worth it for those mixes alone (although you can find them on various compilations).