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Ultravox "Extended - The 12" Remix Collection"


Re: Ultravox "Extended - The 12" Remix Collection"

Postby Gary Russell » Wed Nov 21, 2018 6:07 am

ZippY wrote:If you look at it chronologically (which I think the intention was), it seems weird to me now that Serenade is placed on the 2nd disc, while it belongs on the first (track 4). After all, it is the Quartet-period.


I assume it, like the OSD mix, is placed on side two because if they're playing by strict chronological release only, that's when it came out - as a freebie with the Greatest Hits album that LGA was released to support.
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Re: Ultravox "Extended - The 12" Remix Collection"

Postby postpunkmonk » Wed Nov 21, 2018 8:35 am

Gary Russell wrote:
ZippY wrote:If you look at it chronologically (which I think the intention was), it seems weird to me now that Serenade is placed on the 2nd disc, while it belongs on the first (track 4). After all, it is the Quartet-period.


I assume it, like the OSD mix, is placed on side two because if they're playing by strict chronological release only, that's when it came out - as a freebie with the Greatest Hits album that LGA was released to support.


Yep. That one only filtered out at the end of 1984 with the initial UK/OZ 2xLP release of "The Collection."
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Re: Ultravox "Extended - The 12" Remix Collection"

Postby ZippY » Wed Nov 21, 2018 10:05 am

postpunkmonk wrote:
Gary Russell wrote:
ZippY wrote:If you look at it chronologically (which I think the intention was), it seems weird to me now that Serenade is placed on the 2nd disc, while it belongs on the first (track 4). After all, it is the Quartet-period.


I assume it, like the OSD mix, is placed on side two because if they're playing by strict chronological release only, that's when it came out - as a freebie with the Greatest Hits album that LGA was released to support.


Yep. That one only filtered out at the end of 1984 with the initial UK/OZ 2xLP release of "The Collection."


I looked it up at Discogs, both of you, thanks anyway :)
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Re: Ultravox "Extended - The 12" Remix Collection"

Postby discoginfo » Sat Nov 24, 2018 3:24 am

This goes for both Serenade (Special Re-Mix) & One Small Day (Final Mix) ---- New (mid-late 1984) Remixes or previously unreleased mixes? (1982 resp. late 1983)
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