12-inch Dance 90s Remix

Three-CD various artists remix set • outstanding value

Rhino continue their rather good 12-inch Dance series with 90s Remix, a new three-CD set that focuses on on dance acts or pop tracks remixed by ‘name’ dance remixers.

This 30-track collection features artists like Simply Red (the David Morales mix of Something Got Me Started), Electronic (DNA Groove Mix of Get The Message), Seal (William Orbit Mix of Crazy), Duran Duran (the FGI Phumpin’ 12” of Come Undone) and New Order (Perfecto Mix of World (The Price Of Love)).

The Simply Red remix is an interesting one, since it is apparently previously unreleased, having been rejected at the time by the band. It only ended up on a white label testing pressing!

But that’s just a taste of what’s on here, there’s plenty of other dance-oriented acts like The Grid, Orbital, Opus 3 and Morcheeba. As usual, any quibbles around selections are nullified by the ludicrously low price – this triple-disc set is just £6.91 in the UK right now (the price of two 12-inches back in the day!)

12-inch Dance: 90s Remix will be released on 22 June 2018.

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Various Artists

12 Inch Dance: 90s Remix


1 Something Got Me Started (David Morales Remix)
by Simply Red

2 Get The Message (DNA Groove Mix)
by Electronic

3 Crazy (William Orbit Mix)
by Seal

4 Take My Advice (Silky 70’s Mix)
by Kym Sims

5 What Can You Do For Me (Klub Mix)
by Utah Saints

6 Love Conquers All (The Morales Mix)
by ABC

7 This Is Your Life (Less Stress Mix)
by Banderas

8 All Join Hands (Extended Mix)
by Ce Ce Rogers

9 Power Of Love (Zanizibar Vocal Mix)
by Deee-Lite

10 Floatation (Sonic Swing Mix)
by The Grid

11 World (The Price of Love) [Perfecto Mix]
by New Order

12 U R The Best Thing (Sasha Full Mix)
by D:Ream

13 Lost In Music (Sure Is Pure Remix)
by Sister Sledge

14 Come Undone (FGI Phumpin’ 12”)
by Duran Duran

15 Tell Me When (Utah Saints Mix 1)
by The Human League

16 Not Over Yet (Perfecto Edit)
by Grace

17 Impact USA (The Earth Is Burning: Diversion)
by Orbital

18 Good Lover (Nelle’s House Mix Version)
by D-Influence

19 Hand In Hand (Looking for Inspiration) [Perfecto Mix]
by Opus III

20 Thank You (MAW 12″ Mix)
by Bebe Winans

21 Professional Widow (Mr. Roy’s Cosmic Cottage Mix)
by Tori Amos

22 Big Love (The Dronez Mix)
by Pete Heller

23 Talkin’ All That Jazz (Dim’s Radio Edit)
by Stetsasonic

24 Dream On Dreamer (David Morales Extended UK Version)
by The Brand New Heavies

25 Return Of The Mack (C&J Extended Mix)
by Mark Morrison

26 The Music That We Hear (Moog Island) [Arthur Baker’s Blowout Express The Music Mix]
by Morcheeba

27 I Know Where It’s At (Wideboy’s Remix)
by All Saints

28 Flame (Armand Van Helden’s Ghostphunk Mix)
by Fine Young Cannibals

29 Confusion (Pump Panel Reconstruction Mix)
by New Order

30 Barber’s Adagio For Strings (Atb Remix)
by William Orbit

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Don’t believe the full Morales Mix of ABC’s ‘Love Conquers All’ has been on CD. Morales Edit was on the reissue CD:



From Discogs 1-6 is mislabelled as The Morales Mix when in actuality it is the Boilerhouse Mix.

Mike Williams

Ordered! The link worked fine. Thanks!


The U.S. Amazon link says that this is currently unavailable.


U.S. Amazon indicates they don’t know if this will return – too much automation, not enough paying attention. You’d think they’d have at least one fan working among them, anywhere across the states.

Paul MacDonald

Besides the nice unreleased Simply Red remix, I don’t think that the remix of D-Influence’s Good Lover has ever appeared on CD. Someone correct me if I’m wrong.

Sergio Hernandez

Never has…vinyl only….this mix alone makes this comp worth it.

Dave McGonigle

Confusion pump panel remix is rather good..as long as one doesn’t consider it to have anything to do with the original!


Can’t wait for this! Great releases with the exception of the *awful* cardboard sleeves they shove the discs in. I wish they had put the series in jewel cases instead! I suppose something more durable is too much to ask for!


Interestingly Hand In Hand by Opus III on this compilation was covered by Grace and it would have been interesting if both versions had appeared instead of the edit of Not Over Yet.

Pete Muscutt

I think the Orbital track was previously only available in the US? (Unless you got it on import…) I seem to remember a compilation called ‘Diversions’ which featured their Peel session and three remixes from the ‘Lush’ single circa 1993??

Dave McGonigle

It was – I think – available on one of the free cassettes that ‘Select’ magazine used to give away in the 90s. Looking forward to it…


“Impact USA” was originally released in 1993 onto “Diversions”, a North America only compilation EP: https://www.discogs.com/Orbital-Diversions/master/23482

It received a worldwide release in 2002 on the compilation “Work 1992-2002”: https://www.discogs.com/Orbital-Work-1989-2002/master/23599


Previously, the entries in this series have been released in pairs. Any hint of what will be released at the same time as this?

Euan Shanks

Fantastic. Another great set to add to my collection. These remixes look fantastic, especially the new order tracks.


Confusion (Pump Panel Reconstruction Mix) is dreadful trust me.


“Confusion (Pump Panel Reconstruction)” is a great remix. It has been released on CD before, e.g. on the “Blade” OST [ https://www.discogs.com/Various-Blade-Music-From-And-Inspired-By-The-Motion-Picture/master/46709 ], and on New Order’s “The Rest Of” compilation [ https://www.discogs.com/NewOrder-The-Rest-Of-NewOrder/master/39409 ]

I wish the other remix from Pump Panel, “Confusion (Pump Panel Floatation Mix)”, was selected for this 3xCD compilation, as it is harder to get: https://www.discogs.com/Pump-Panel-Confusion-Re-Mover/master/230099


dont trust him its a cracking remix and still stands up today also known as the track from the night club scene at the beginning of Blade

Jeremy R. Bromley

There is some good stuff on this compilation, I’m a bit disappointed about a couple of the mix choices though – particularly the Human League Tell Me When (Utah Saints Mix 1), instead of the far superior Mix 2. And Tori Amos Professional Widow.

But I’ll probably end up buy this as I have most of the sets in the collection.

Auntie Sabtina

Not Over Yet is the Perfecto Edit and not the full 12″ version then. Previously released sets have discs in cardboard digifile packaging, the price of previous releases fell to about £5 or so too.

Nazz Nomad

Enough worthy entries that allow me to not dust off the original 12” singles when I need to scratch the itch for hearing these. Stupid low price for some great and some rare mixes.