Dead Or Alive ‎– You Spin Me Round (Like A Record...) Remix '97

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Polygram ‎– 571 345-1
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Clear Transparent
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Tracklisting Masquer Crédits

A1 You Spin Me Round (Like A Record...) (400Hz Kleopatra Remix)
Remix – 400 Hz
6:43
A2 You Spin Me Round (Like A Record...) (400Hz Marc Antoine Remix)
Remix – 400 Hz
6:58
B1 You Spin Me Round (Like A Record...) (Jail House Club Remix) 4:59
B2 You Spin Me Round (Like A Record...) (400Hz Marc Antoine Edit Remix)
Remix – 400 Hz
4:11

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Notes

Track A1: Even if the name is the same, this version is longer than the 4:12 version of the Nukleopatra French edition and of the You Spin Me Round/Sex Drive US EP

Code barre et autres identifiants

  • Barcode (Directly Scanned): 731457134511
  • Rights Society: SACEM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): DFI 97 5 571345 1 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): DFI 97 5 571345 1 B

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Cat n° Artiste Titre (Format) Label Cat n° Pays Année
A4861, A 4861 Dead Or Alive You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)(7", Single) Epic, Epic A4861, A 4861 UK 1984 Vendre cette version
EPC A 13.4861 Dead Or Alive You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)(12", Maxi, Promo) Epic EPC A 13.4861 Spain 1984 Vendre cette version
XPCD2809, SAMPCS 12598 1 Dead Or Alive You Spin Me Round XXI(CD, Single, Promo) Epic, Sony Music XPCD2809, SAMPCS 12598 1 UK 2001 Vendre cette version
ES-20060 Dead Or Alive You Spin Me Round (Like A Record) (7", Single) Epic ES-20060 Philippines 1984 Vendre cette version
EPC A 4861 Dead Or Alive You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)(7", Single) Epic EPC A 4861 Spain 1984 Vendre cette version

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darlingkandie

darlingkandie

19 septembre 2008

A gorgeous clear vinyl pressing and an eye-catching sleeve are the best aspects of this release, as the actual mixes contained here are boring in the extreme.

The main version contained here is an atmospheric house track, around 130 bpm, with some techy synth stabs. A timpani-flavored intro sounds promising, but the mix rapidly goes nowhere. How much you like it will depend on how taken you are with the synth programming, as very little of the original track is used. There are no full vocals except for the song's chorus, which you will definitely be tired of by the time you're done listening. Sealing the doom is the treatment given to Pete's aggressive vocals, which are reverbed here so as to sound soft and non-threatening. The mix appears in three forms, all with the prefix "400hz".

The one exception is the very interesting "Jail House Remix", which replaces the more techy aspects of the mix with a warm, disco-influenced bassline that is drastically different from the original track, yet works very well. This mix also features the complete vocal elements, verses intact. However, if you bought the US edition of "Nukleopatra", this mix appeared on the CD as a bonus track, so you have already heard it.

Frankly, these mixes sound as if Marc Antoine was not interested in them. Technically they are well done, but there's nothing memorable here, except for the brief moment of inspiration in the "Jail House" mix. It would be better if this were the main mix with a few versions instead of an odd b-side cut. And even though the record is smoothly produced, I'd welcome something a little more rough around the edges if it were somewhat exciting, as we've all heard this song so many times before.