Eighties remixes

Hot for the moment is the new version of Luc Van Acker and Anna Domino‘s belpop/cult hit Zanna by Selah Sue, Tom Barman & The Subs for Studio Brussels’ Music For Life 2011.
The original:

The new version:

The new version isn’t bad if you aren’t already tired of Selah Sue’s voice. I’m just glad the didn’t ask Milow as an artist from Leuven, one of the three places the Music For Life glass house will be in, Barman is for Antwerp and the Subs for Ghent, the other two places it will be.

Another great example of a modern take on an eighties song is Drop The Lime‘s remix of (I Just) Died in Your Arms by eighties one hist wonder Cutting Crew.
The remix:
The original was already in my first eighties post:
I still love the original, maybe more of a guilty pleasure. The glitch remix by Drop The Lime is a good track to mix, not that good to just listen to at home IMO.

That’s all I can think of right now. More eighties remixes later! Promised! 😉






One response to “Eighties remixes”

  1. […] already praised Drop The Lime’s remix of this one in another post, but I must admit I like the original even better: (I Just) Died in Your Arms by Cutting […]

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