Various ‎– In The Mix Ibiza

Virgin EMI ‎– VTDCD228, Box Music (3) ‎– 7243 8 46437 2 0, Wise Buddah ‎– VTDCD 228
In The Mix (2) – Ibiza
2 × CD, Compilation, Mixed

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1.01 Stardust Music Sounds Better With You (Radio Edit) 4:07
1.02 The Tamperer Feat. Maya Feel It (Radio Version)
Producer – Falox
1.03 Tori Amos Professional Widow (Armand's Star Trunk Funkin' Mix)
Remix – Armand Van Helden
1.04 David Morales Presents The Face (3) Needin' U (Radio Edit)
Presenter – David Morales
1.05 Cevin Fisher's Big Freak The Freaks Come Out (Sharp Freaks At Trade Mix)
Remix – The Sharp Boys
1.06 Run-DMC Vs Jason Nevins It's Like That (Drop The Break (Radio Edit)) 4:12
1.07 Diva Surprise Feat. Georgia Jones On The Top Of The World (Original Mix) 4:46
1.08 Storm Storm (Original Club Mix) 4:06
1.09 The Shrink Nervous Breakdown (Original Rophynol Mix) 2:54
1.10 Golden Girls Kinetic (Rhythm Masters Melodic Mix)
Remix – Rhythm Masters
1.11 Agnelli & Nelson El Nino (Matt Darey Latino Remix)
Remix – Matt DareyVocals [Uncredited] – Marcella Woods
1.12 Lucid I Can't Help Myself (The Lucid Vocal Mix)
Vocals [Uncredited] – Clare Canty
1.13 Energy 52 Café Del Mar (Nalin & Kane 1998 Mix)
Remix – Nalin & Kane
1.14 Binary Finary 1998 (Paul Van Dyk Remix)
Remix – Paul van Dyk
1.15 Perpetual Motion Keep On Dancin' (Let's Go) (Vocal Pressure Mix) 3:13
1.16 Paul van Dyk For An Angel (Paul Van Dyk Remix) 3:15
1.17 Blue Adonis Disco Cop (Original Climax Mix) 4:54
1.18 Nalin And Kane* Beachball (Tall Paul Mix)
Remix – Tall PaulVocals – Andrea Kanta*, Shondell Mims
1.19 B.B.E. Seven Days And One Week (Club Mix) 4:26
2.01 The Source Feat. Candi Staton You Got The Love (Now Voyager Radio Mix) 3:23
2.02 Mansun Wide Open Space (Perfecto Mix)
Remix – Perfecto
2.03 Mousse T* Vs Hot 'N' Juicy Horny (Mousse T.'s Extended Mix) 3:00
2.04 Ultra Naté Free (Radio Edit)
Producer – Mood II Swing
2.05 Stardust Music Sounds Better With You (12" Club Mix) 3:59
2.06 Barbara Tucker Everybody Dance (The Horn Song) (Vocal Club Mix)
Producer – DJ Pierre
2.07 D'Menace Deep Menace (Joey Negro's One Way Mix)
Remix – Joey Negro
2.08 Danny Tenaglia Music Is The Answer (Tourism Mix)
Featuring – Celeda
2.09 Lovestation Teardrops (Lovestation Classic 12")
Vocals – Fayleine Brown
2.10 CJ Bolland Sugar Is Sweeter (Armand's Drum 'n' Bass Mix)
Producer – Kris VanderheydenRemix – Armand Van Helden, John "Horse" McMannVocals – Jade 4 U*
2.11 Baby Bumps Burning (Blocksters 12" Mix)
Remix – Blockster
2.12 Jaydee Plastic Dreams (Original Club Mix) 2:55
2.13 Age Of Love The Age Of Love (Johnny Vicious Remix)
Remix – Johnny Vicious
2.14 Dario G Sunchyme (Radio Edit) 3:48
2.15 Wink* Higher State Of Consciousness (Dex & Jonesey's Higher Stated Mix)
Remix – Dex & Jonesey
2.16 Camisra Let Me Show You (Tall Paul Remix)
Co-producer – Larry LushRemix – Tall Paul
2.17 Free Fall* Feat. Jan Johnston Skydive (Original Mix) 4:39
2.18 Ayla Ayla (Space Brothers Meet Sacha Collisson Remix)
Remix – Sacha Collisson, The Space Brothers
2.19 Airscape Amazon Chant (Never Ending Original Mix) 3:26
2.20 Fatboy Slim Rockafeller Skank (Radio Edit) 3:55

Companies, etc.



"32 Non Stop Hits In The Mix"
"The Original"

Printed in the EU.
Made in the EU.

Durations not stated on release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 724384643720
  • Barcode (Text): 7 24384 64372 0
  • Label Code: LC 3098
  • Rights Society: bel BIEM
  • Other (CD1 Cat#): 7243 8 46438 29
  • Other (CD2 Cat#): 7243 8 46439 28
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1&CD2): IFPI L041
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): 846438 2 .1 :1:4 EMI SWINDON
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): ifpi 1438
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): 846439 2 . 2:2:4 EMI SWINDON
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 1444



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April 10, 2017
edited about 1 year ago

This is an incredible listen, especially the first CD. The second is less in quality, but still up there in satisfaction.

Starting with disc 1, I thoroughly enjoyed the listen. It starts off with a vastly overrated Stardust' Music Sounds Better With You, followed by The Tamperer's Feel It (Radio Version), and Tori Amos' Professional Widow. The Face's Needin' You is a nice tune, and then you have Storm's Storm (Original Club Mix) which is a classic mix, followed by an even better listen with The Shrink's Nervous Breakdown (Original Rophynol Mix). The three greatest back-to-back songs were Agnelli & Nelson's El Nino (Matt Darey Latino Remix), Lucid's I Can't Help Myself (The Lucid Vocal Mix) and Energy 52's Café Del Mar (Nalin & Kane 1998 Mix). I did listen to Binary Finary's 1998 closely and while I did like the inclusion, I prefer the original '98 version. Paul Van Dyke's For An Angel is remixed here, and in it is great. It ends poorly with Seven Days & One Week by B.B.E. Don't get me wrong, it's a great track but that anthem, along with Born Slippy always seem to be shoved into the end of these CD's just to fill up space. The mixing is superb and it is definitely a masterpiece, so it is definitely worth it!

As mentioned many times, second discs tend to be vastly inferior and full of 'filler' tracks. While there were a few songs on disc 2 that were fillers, I also got a feeling of 'why are these even on here' for a couple. Why is Stardust's Music Sounds Better With You (12" Club Mix) included here AGAIN when it had already been featured, same version on the first disc? I also had questions regarding the inclusion of Mousse's vs Hot n Jucy's Horny, since it was already featured on 'In The Mix 98 Vol. 2'. That would be the only reason as to why I don't give the album 5/5 stars, since many hits here were featured on previous installments of the 'In The Mix' series. The rest however, were pure and sheer brilliance. I enjoyed Lovestation's Teardrop, CJ Bolland's Sugar Is Sweeter (Armand's remix) and Jaydee's Plastic Dreams in particular, but tracks 17-19 are the greatest inclusions. These are: Freefall's Skydrive, Ayla's theme and Airscape's Amazon Chant. However, the last track was completely unnecessary - Fatboy Slim's Rockafeller Skank (Radio Edit) which was seriously chucked in to fill up disc space. A few other honorable mentions are The Age Of Love theme, Mansun's Wide Open Space and Barbara Tucker's Everybody Dance (which does not seem to appear very often). So yeah, there are definitely a few flaws, but it is still a very entertaining listen and worth it.

The bottom line, I love the album, especially the first disc which is near 'perfect' in my eyes. The mixing was great, along with many great inclusions. Sadly, the negative aspects only came down to a few 'filler' entries and repeated tracks but that does not outweigh the positives.