U2 ‎– Discothèque

Island Records ‎– CIDX 649, Island Records ‎– 854 877-2
CD, Single

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1 Discothèque (DM Deep Club Mix)
Engineer [Remix] – Steve Barkan*Producer [Remix - Additional] – DM*, Satoshi TomiieRemix – David Morales
2 Discothèque (Howie B, Hairy B Mix)
Mixed By, Recorded By – Hairy BRecorded By [Assistant] – Conal MarkeyRemix – Howie B.
3 Discothèque (Hexidecimal Mix)
Programmed By, Engineer [Remix] – Ben HillierRemix – Steve Osborne
4 Discothèque (DM Tec Radio Mix)
Engineer [Remix] – Steve Barkan*Producer [Remix - Additional] – David Morales, Satoshi TomiieRemix – DM*

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All tracks contain a sample from "Fane" written by Simon Pike and performed by Freeform. Courtesy of Skam Records.
Mastered at Masterdisk, New York.
Post production & supervision Spiritual Productions, Inc.
All titles published by Blue Mountain Music Ltd.
Recorded at Hanover, Dublin, Windmill Lane Recording Studios, Dublin and South Beach Studios, Miami.
℗ & © 1997 PolyGram International Music B.V.

Issued in slimline jewel case with sticker on front with catalog numbers.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 42285 48772 5
  • Matrix / Runout: CIDX649 10447971 01 & MADE IN U.K. BY PMDC
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L134
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0465
  • Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS
  • Label Code: LC0407
  • Other (Distribution Code): PY940

Other Versions (5 of 41) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CID 649, 854 775-2 U2 Discothèque(CD, Single, Dig) Island Records, Island Records CID 649, 854 775-2 UK 1997 Sell This Version
422-854 789-1 U2 Discothèque(12", Single) Island Records 422-854 789-1 US 1997 Sell This Version
12ISD649DJ, 12 ISX 649DJ U2 Discothèque(3x12", Promo, Set) Island Records, Island Records 12ISD649DJ, 12 ISX 649DJ UK 1997 Sell This Version
12 ISD 649 DJ U2 Discothèque(12", Promo) Island Records 12 ISD 649 DJ UK 1997 Sell This Version
none U2 Discothèque(CDr, Single, Promo) Island Records none UK 1997 Sell This Version


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June 16, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

David Morales & Satoshi Tomiie takes the familiar deeper new york route for their stonker of a remix. Starts out with a small breakbeat section to add a solid beat section and then head into a smaller vocal introduction breakdown and then gets the pace going again and bring back the funk. Not perticulary Morales best remixwork but it's banging work
Howie B takes the foundation of the original and adds a bleepy broken touch to it, it's a fairly decent remix but i can't get into it for the life of me.
Steve Osbourne also takes the broken route but this one is more or less the original clubbed up a bit and then added a breakbeat to it. It's a well produced remix, but then again all of his remixes (together with Oakenfold) of U2's big tracks has been


May 3, 2004

Discotheque is, in my opinion at least, one of U2's better recent singles, and these are some very good remixes.

The David Morales mixes are very 1997, they seem almost about to erupt into hip house at times. Their style is more of a light dancefloor track, and rather unlike U2.

Howie B's 2 mixes are similar, but also very different. The Hexidecimal mix is a chunky clubrock stormer, with a great bassline which stays true to the original track while simultaneously beefing it up for the clubs. The Hairy B mix is almost a dub of the Hecidecimal mix, removing some of the tune and lyrics, and bringing in weird sampled vocals near the end, almost a Tone Loc style rap.

The Hecidecimal mix is probably the better of the four, but it's also on the 1990-2000 Greatest Hits album. If however you also like the DM mixes this is worth a buy, for the variation between all four versions.