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Saturday, June 25, 2011

Olivia Newton-John - Xanadu (The Remixes)




“Xanadu” is the title song from the album Xanadu, the soundtrack to the 1980 film of the same name.

The song is performed by the Electric Light Orchestra and Olivia Newton-John. Newton-John sings the primary vocals, with ELO adding “parenthetic” vocals in the style of their other songs on the “Xanadu” soundtrack, along with providing the instrumentation. A rare collaboration for ELO, the single reached no.1 in several countries and was the band’s only UK #1 single when it peaked there for two weeks in July 1980. The song peaked at #8 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the US.

 Olivia performed the "Re-Glittered" mix during 2008's Gay Mardi Gras in Sydney Australia.


RELEASE INFORMATION:
Label: MCA Records
Released: 1980
From The Soundtrack: XANADU
Remixes By: Direct Hit Remix Service
Steve Anderson For DMC
Artwork: DjPaulT

TRACKS:
1. Xanadu '95 (Direct Hit Mix Re-Edit) (7:20)
Remix -Direct Hit Digital Mix Jamie Sciban and James Arnold

2. Xanadu '95 (Direct Hit Original 12" Mix) (6:16)
Remix -Direct Hit Digital Mix Jamie Sciban and James Arnold

3. Xanadu 2000 ( Re-Glittered by Steve Anderson and His Merry Mirrorball Men 7'' Mix) (5:17)
Remix -   Steve Anderson

4. Xanadu 2000 (Re-Glittered by Steve Anderson and His Merry Mirrorball Men 12'' Mix) (10:34)
Remix -   Steve Anderson

5. Xanadu (Original Version) (3:29)
 Producer - Jeff Lynne



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2 comments:

Chad Moore said...

Thanks so much for posting these fantastic remixes!

Anonymous said...

thanks a lot for this remix of Xanadu

I am not a total fan of Olivia, but Love a lot od her songs, and bought some Best of CD

I loved Grease and Xanadu
(got the albums in cd and vinyles)

so it is real plesure to get remixes


Philippe from France