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REMIXES AND RARITIES' celebrates the expansive sound of Matt Bianco featuring a selection of recordings from across their first four studio albums: 'Who's Side Are You On?' (1984), 'Matt Bianco' (1986), 'Indigo' (1988), and 'Samba In Your Casa' (1990). Containing remixes of the band's many singles including the highly sought after Steve Anderson remix of 'Half A Minute', never released commercially until now. Among the rarities is a previously unreleased version of 'You're The Rhythm' featuring the spectacularly soulful Kym Mazelle, the First Lady Of House Music, on lead vocals; and the original version of 'Blame It On That Girl'. An essential companion piece to the deluxe editions of 'Who's Side Are You On', 'Matt Bianco', and 'Indigo', each of which have been released on the Cherry Pop label and have sold extremely well. With a 20-page booklet containing comprehensive credits and a fully illustrated discography. Remastered from the original master tapes stored in the Warner archives.
REMIXES AND RARITIES' celebrates the expansive sound of Matt Bianco featuring a selection of recordings from across their first four studio albums: 'Who's Side Are You On?' (1984), 'Matt Bianco' (1986), 'Indigo' (1988), and 'Samba In Your Casa' (1990). Containing remixes of the band's many singles including the highly sought after Steve Anderson remix of 'Half A Minute', never released commercially until now. Among the rarities is a previously unreleased version of 'You're The Rhythm' featuring the spectacularly soulful Kym Mazelle, the First Lady Of House Music, on lead vocals; and the original version of 'Blame It On That Girl'. An essential companion piece to the deluxe editions of 'Who's Side Are You On', 'Matt Bianco', and 'Indigo', each of which have been released on the Cherry Pop label and have sold extremely well. With a 20-page booklet containing comprehensive credits and a fully illustrated discography. Remastered from the original master tapes stored in the Warner archives.
5013929444089

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Format: CD
Label: CHERRY POP
Rel. Date: 04/22/2022
UPC: 5013929444089

Remixes & Rarities (Uk)
Artist: Matt Bianco
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Get Out of Your Lazy Bed (Extended Version)
2. Half a Minute (Extended Version)
3. More Than I Can Bear (Remix)
4. Yeh Yeh (Dance Mix)
5. Dancing in the Street (Dance Mix)
6. Smooth (Extra Smooth)
7. Don't Blame It on That Girl (Rare Groove Sax Version)
8. Good Times (New Long Version)
9. Nervous (Re-Recorded Version)
10. R;B (Vocal Dub Mix)
11. Wap Bam Boogie (Latin Remix Edit)
12. You're the Rhythm (Harding/Curnow Remix)
13. What a Fool Believes
14. MacUmba (Rumba Mix) Matt Bianco
15. Featuring Chulito
16. Samba in Your Casa (Cahassa Mix)
17. You're the Rhythm (Alternate Version) Matt Bianco Featuring Kym Mazelle
18. Nervous (7" Remix Instrumental)
19. R;B (Percapella)
20. Half a Minute (The Quica Frenzy)
21. Don't Blame It on That Girl (Original Mix)
22. Slide (Original Mix)
23. Indigo (Original Mix)
24. R;B (Original Mix)
25. More Than I Can Bear (Re- Recorded Version)

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REMIXES AND RARITIES' celebrates the expansive sound of Matt Bianco featuring a selection of recordings from across their first four studio albums: 'Who's Side Are You On?' (1984), 'Matt Bianco' (1986), 'Indigo' (1988), and 'Samba In Your Casa' (1990). Containing remixes of the band's many singles including the highly sought after Steve Anderson remix of 'Half A Minute', never released commercially until now. Among the rarities is a previously unreleased version of 'You're The Rhythm' featuring the spectacularly soulful Kym Mazelle, the First Lady Of House Music, on lead vocals; and the original version of 'Blame It On That Girl'. An essential companion piece to the deluxe editions of 'Who's Side Are You On', 'Matt Bianco', and 'Indigo', each of which have been released on the Cherry Pop label and have sold extremely well. With a 20-page booklet containing comprehensive credits and a fully illustrated discography. Remastered from the original master tapes stored in the Warner archives.
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