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Relax (Remixes) Single

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Even folks who weren't all that into Frankie's "Relax" when it was originally released in the 80's find themselves impressed with the new 2001 mixes. Of course, that's no surprise to us considering Club 69's dance floor demi-god Peter Rauhofer is behind 'em. If you thought it was a nasty little anthem before, wait 'til you hear Rauhofer's epic "Doomsday Club Mix" which puts the original vocals in an even darker, sexual setting.This domestic single also features new mixes from Cold Cut and Saeed & Palash, giving you even more music to beat off to. Ahem.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Relax (Peter Rauhofer's Doomsday Radio Mix)
  2. Relax (Peter Rauhofer's Doomsday Club Mix)
  3. Relax (Saeed & Palash Addictive Journey)
  4. Relax (Cold Cut Remix)
  5. Relax (Peter Rauhofer's Doomsday Dub)
  6. Relax (Original New York 12in Mix)
  7. Relax (Original Radio Mix)


Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 7, 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single
  • Label: Star 69
  • ASIN: B00005LN56
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #340,828 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By A Customer on August 8, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Right on schedule, somebody remixed "Relax" yet again and the results are pretty damn sexy, which is appropriate given the song's subject matter. The track listing is as follows:
1. Peter Rauhofer's Doomsday Radio Mix. Rauhofer is a world class DJ who used to do a lot of remixing under the moniker Club 69. This mix is an edit of the club mix and just distills the basic elements of that down to a radio-friendly 4.5 minutes.
2. Peter Rauhofer's Doomsday Club Mix. This is around 10 minutes of throbbing, banging, club-ready Frankie. Rauhofer uses a great many of the lyrics from the original mix and the effect of the entire mix is fantastically dark and sexy. To make it club compatible for 2001, things are speeded up a bit but not obnoxiously so. The production is spare but isn't lacking at all.
3. Saeed & Palash Addictive Journey. This mix is a little more straight-ahead dance. Lyrical use is minimal and there are elements of trance. Clocks in at nearly eleven minutes
4. Cold Cut Remix. This mix is amusing because it embellishes the original lyrics with snippets of spoken word type stuff that pertains to not relaxing. There's scratching, vocoder robot stuff and big bombastic drum noise. It definitely has the feel of an eighties era production. Not blatantly danceable.
5. Peter Rauhofer's Doomsday Dub. You know what a dub is, right? Rauhofer strips out most of the vocals and leaves you with the dark, subversive beats of the club mix (track 2). There's enough of the original in the song that you'll know what you're listening to.
6. Original New York 12" Mix. Score! Anytime a remix CD is created for an old song like this it only makes sense that the best known original remix be included and that's what this is.
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this relax remix is as good as the other ones i have. for all of the remixes there are i still seem to be happily surprised. no doubt not everyone will agree. this is my opinion and iam sticking to it.. music48
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