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Blondie CD, The Remix Project, Remade, Remodeled, Debbie Harry, Fibits: CD, LP & Cassette Store

$5.00 USD

Cd, case and inserts are in mint / near mint condition.  Original Mesa Records release.  There is a tiny promo hole on the barcode, no hole on cd case.

1. Heart of Glass - (Richie Jones Club Mix)
2. Dreaming - (The Sub-Urban Dream Mix)
3. One Way or Another - (Damien's Supermarket Mix)
4. Atomic - (Diddy's 12" Mix)
5. Rapture - (K-Klassic Mix)
6. The - (Sand Dollar Mix) Tide Is High
7. Heart of Glass - (MK 12" Mix)
8. Call Me - (E-Smoove's Beat Vocal Mix)
9. Dreaming - (Utah Saints Mix)
10. Atomic - (Armand's Short Circuit Mix)
11. Fade Away and Radiate - (108 BPM Mix)

Producer:    Giorgio Moroder, K-Klass, P. Diddy, Armand Van Helden, Mike Chapman, Marc Kinchen, Tommy Musto, Richie Jones, E-Smoove, Vincent M. Vero, The Black Dog, Phillip Damien, Utah Saints, Pete Arden

Album Notes
Blondie: Debbie Harry (vocals); Chris Stein, Frank Infante (guitar); Jimmy Destri (keyboards); Nigel Harrison (bass); Clem Burke (drums).Personnel: Mac Quayle (keyboards); Eric Kupper, Matthias Heilbronn, Richie Jones, Tommy Musto (programming).Audio Mixers: Guido Osorio; Guy Hatton.Audio Remixers: Pete Arden; Vincent M. Vero; E-Smoove; Phillip Damien; Marc Kinchen; K-Klass; Diddy; Richie Jones; Armand Van Helden; The Black Dog; Tommy Musto; Utah Saints.Recording information: Lion Seeds, Leeds, England; Pharmacy Recording Studio, Wrexham, Clywd, Wales; World Recording Facility.Photographer: Thomas Pitts.Following 1989's ONE MORE INTO THE BLEACH, 1995's REMIXED, REMADE, REMODELED is the second collection of remixes of classic Blondie singles. But where ONCE MORE gave equal weight to Debbie Harry solo singles and kept the revisionism to a minimum, no one will ever mistake these drastically-revamped versions for the originals.Lengthy--only two of the 11 tracks are under seven minutes--and based on the dancefloor trends of the mid-'90s rather than new wave forms of the late '70s, these are less remixes than completely new reinterpretations. "Dreaming (The Sub-Urban Dream Mix)" and "One Way or Another (Damien's Supermarket Mix)" are among the most successful of the revamps, but best of the lot is the new version of "Dreaming" by the UK's Utah Saints, who transform the manic original into something almost delicate, but still with a dancefloor edge.

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