Various ‎– Trax Re-Edited (The Original Chicago House Label Reborn)

Harmless ‎– HURTCD098
2 × CD, Compilation

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1-01 Virgo 4* Take Me Higher (Ray Mang Re-Edit)
Edited By – Ray MangWritten-By – E. Lewis*, M. Sanders*
1-02 Farley 'Jackmaster' Funk* Farley Knows House (PPF Jack For Daze Dub)
Edited By – PPF*Written-By – F. Williams*
1-03 Frankie Knuckles It's A Cold Cold World (Hotel Motel Re-Edit)
Edited By – Hotel Motel (3)Written-By – B. Walton*, F. Knuckles*
1-04 Adonis We're Rockin' Down The House (Toby Tobias & Hardway Bros Re-Edit)
Edited By – Hardway Bros*, Toby TobiasWritten-By – M. Smith*
1-05 Mr Fingers* Washing Machine (Swag's Ariston Re-Edit)
Edited By – SwagWritten-By – L. Heard*
1-06 Master C&J* Dub Love (Mark Broom Retouch)
Edited By – Mark BroomWritten-By – Lee*
1-07 Ralphi Rosario Ft. Xavier Gold* You Used To Hold Me (Justin Harris Respectful Redo)
Edited By – Justin HarrisVocals [Featuring] – Xavier Gold*Written-By – R. Rosario*
1-08 Willie Wonka What Is House (Andy Blake Re-Edit)
Edited By – Andy Blake (3)Written-By – W. Wonka*
1-09 Jack Frost Clap Me
Written-By – J. Frost*
1-10 Jamie Principle Waiting On My Angel (Leftside Wobble Re-Edit)
Edited By – Leftside WobbleWritten-By – B. Walton*, F. Knuckles*
2-01 Virgo R U Hot Enough (R&R&S Re-Edit)
Edited By – R&R&SWritten-By – Virgo
2-02 Frankie Knuckles Ft. Jamie Principle Baby Wants To Ride (Bubba & T. Bone's Still Believing Re-Edit)
Edited By – Bubba & T.Bone*Written-By – B. Walton*, F. Knuckles*
2-03 Kevin Irving Children Of The Night (Disco Bloodbath Re-Edit)
Edited By – Disco BloodbathWritten-By – K. Irving*
2-04 Mr Fingers* Can You Feel It (John Daly Re-Edit)
Edited By – John DalyWritten-By – L. Heard*
2-05 Mr Lee* Pump Up Chicago (JD Twitch Re-Edit)
Edited By – JD TwitchWritten-By – L. Haggard Jr.*
2-06 Pierre's Pfantasy Club Fantasy Girl (Bleepfunk's Acid Sweatbox Remix)
Remix – BleepfunkWritten-By – P. Jones*
2-07 Spanky Acid Bass (Neville Watson Re-Edit)
Edited By – Neville WatsonWritten-By – E. Smith*, N. Jones*
2-08 Ron Hardy Sensation (Richard Sen Re-Edit)
Edited By – Richard SenWritten-By – R. Hardy*
2-09 Robert Owens Bring Down The Walls (Leo Zero Re-Edit)
Edited By – Leo ZeroWritten-By – L. Heard*, R. Owens*
2-10 Adonis No Way Back (Greg Wilson Re-Edit)
Edited By – Greg WilsonWritten-By – M. Smith*
2-11 Master C&J* Face It (Leftside Wobble Re-Edit)
Edited By – Leftside WobbleWritten-By – C. Bias*, J. Jones*, K. Saunderson*, A. Echols*

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1-09 is listed as 'Clap Me (KiNK Cover Version)', but is actually the original Jack Frost recording, included instead by mistake.

Compiled in collaboration with
Packaged in standard two disc jewel case with an outer card slipcase.
This compilation: ℗2010 Demon Music Group Ltd. ©2010 Demon Music Group Ltd.
Manufactured in EU.

CD1 Total 75.26
CD2 Total 71.11
All above track times and totals are as printed on packaging and in booklet.
Total running time from CD player differs slightly: CD1 75:10, CD2 71:00

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (text): 5 014797 020986
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): HURTCD098/A | *043023 |
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): HURTCD098/B | *042873 |
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1 & CD2): IFPI LD11
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 & CD2): IFPI 5Q92

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February 26, 2011
edited over 7 years ago
OK, so I know we are supposed to be "green" these days. Use the bus, eat less or no meat, use energy saving lightbulbs and recycle our waste. But music? Surely we dont have to keep recycling that as well? Well, sadly, it appears we do. I have listened to this online and found it quite depressing {not only because I remember the originals from pirate radio and nights out lost in the dry ice}. A prime example is the re-edit of "Face It" which strips all the moody late night soul and throws in a Reese sample {which presumably the teen/early 20s market this compilation is aimed at won't be familiar with}. I thought we had reached saturation point with all the disco and latterly cosmic re-edits {some of which I admit have been pretty good, in part because some of the originals are so hard to find}. This CD only serves to remind us how great the TRAX originals are but apart from this does very little. It also makes me think "what next, Kraftwerk re-edited or maybe Dubstep remixes of ABBA"....oh and listen to the new "version" of R U Hot Enough if you want a giggle!


February 20, 2011
edited over 7 years ago

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