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Twice As Nice-Be Music
Various Artists, Quando Quango, 52nd Street
Twice As Nice-Be Music
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
 
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LTM are proud to present Twice As Nice, a second compilation of stone classic old school 80's electro and dance cuts produced by Be Music, the tag used by NEW ORDER, as well as Donald Johnson, Mark Kamins and Arthur Baker....  more »

      
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All Artists: Various Artists, Quando Quango, 52nd Street, Section 25, New Order, Marcel King, Shark Vegas, Cheyne, Anna Domino, Thick Pigeon
Title: Twice As Nice-Be Music
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: LTM
Release Date: 9/7/2004
Album Type: Import, Original recording remastered
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Style: Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 5024545269321, 5024545269437

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LTM are proud to present Twice As Nice, a second compilation of stone classic old school 80's electro and dance cuts produced by Be Music, the tag used by NEW ORDER, as well as Donald Johnson, Mark Kamins and Arthur Baker. The set will be available both on CD and as a limited DJ friendly double vinyl set. Twice As Nice is the sequel to our hugely successful 2003 compilation Cool As Ice. Produced between 1982 and 1986 for release on Factory Records and Les Disques du Crepuscule, the Twice As Nice tracklist runs as follows: 52nd Street "Express" #, Cheyne "Call Me Mr Telephone" >, Quando Quango "Low Rider" (remix) >, Anna Domino "Summer" (remix) , Marcel King "Keep On Dancing" *, Shark Vegas "You Hurt Me" (version) *, New Order "Video 586" (edit), Section 25 "Sakura", Thick Pigeon "Jess + Bart" (remix), RFATP "Motherland", 52nd Street "Cool As Ice" (Jellybean Mix) #. Those tracks marked with an asterisk* were jointly produced by Be Music (Bernard Sumner) and DoJo (Donald Johnson, of A Certain Ratio). # indicates DoJo alone. > indicates Mark Kamins. < indicates Arthur Baker. The others are all Be Music (New Order) productions. Several of these tracks, including Genius, Keep On Dancing and Cool As Ice remain influential club classics, and have been extensively sampled and bootlegged. Other classic old school dance cuts include the Madonna-connected Call Me Mr Telephone, an ultra funky remix of Low Rider and both sides of the first, long-lost Factory single by 52nd Street, Express and Look Into My Eyes. Twice As Nice also includes two prototypical sequencer tracks masterminded by Bernard Sumner in early 1982, long before Blue Monday changed music forever. One is an exclusive edit of the original version of 586 by New Order, and the second influential electro-pulse Sakura by Section 25. The album has been digitally remastered and runs for 72 minutes