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Reload! Frankie: The Whole 12 Inches

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Reload! Frankie: The Whole 12 Inches

Reload! Frankie: The Whole 12 Inches
Frankie Goes to Hollywood
Released May 1994
Genre Pop/Rock/Dance
Label ZTT4509-95292-2
Producer Trevor Horn, Stephen Lipson
Frankie Goes to Hollywood chronology

Bang!... The Greatest Hits of Frankie Goes to Hollywood
Reload! Frankie: The Whole 12 Inches
Maximum Joy
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Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Reload! Frankie: The Whole 12 Inches is a remix album by Frankie Goes to Hollywood. It was released by ZTT Records in 1994 as a complementary album to Bang!... The Greatest Hits of Frankie Goes to Hollywood.

Reload! contains classic and new mixes of 5 Frankie Goes To Hollywood singles. Many of these mixes were also released on the Twelve Inches collection.

Track listing

  1. "Relax" (New York Mix) – 7:24
  2. "Relax" (Ollie J Mix) – 6:27
  3. "Relax" (Trip O Matic Fairy Tale Mix) – 7:49
  4. "Two Tribes" (Carnage Mix) – 7:56
  5. "Two Tribes" (Intermission Legend Mix) – 5:15
  6. "Welcome to the Pleasuredome" (Pleasurefix Mix) – 9:40
  7. "Welcome to the Pleasuredome" (Brothers in Rhythm Rollercoaster Mix) – 14:37
  8. "Rage Hard" (Young Person's Guide Into the 12 Inch Mix) – 10:04
  9. "Warriors of the Wasteland" (Twelve Wild Disciples Mix) – 9:43
  • The New York mix of "Relax" is the third 12" mix, which was originally released as the Sex Mix (as, confusingly, were the first two). It features four minutes of instrumental loops and textures before cutting to the standard vocal mix.
  • The Ollie J and Trip O Matic Fairy Tale mixes were first released on the 1993 reissue of "Relax". The latter mix features vocal samples from "Relax", and an interpretation of the "Two Tribes" riff.
  • The Carnage mix is an instrumental run through "Two Tribes", with "my name's Nash, mine is the last voice you will ever hear" over a stripped down version of the last chorus, then looping round for a vocal run through the track, with an extended middle eight. The Annihilation mix is the one that people remember.
  • The Legend mix appeared on a German 12" single in 1993, featuring four Intermission remixes, using vocal samples from the original track.
  • The Pleasurefix mix is actually the original 12" mix of "Welcome to the Pleasuredome" (released as the Real Altered or Alternative to Reality mix) and is an instrumental run through followed by a vocal run through. It is not the same as the Pleasure Fix mix that appeared on the b-side of the "The Power of Love" 12" single.
  • The Brothers in Rhythm Rollercoaster mix of "Welcome to the Pleasuredome", one of the 1993 remixes, follows a similar pattern to the album version, but with completely retooled backing.
  • Young Persons Guide is 10:04 on this compilation, compared with over 12 minutes on the 12" releases. It fades in the 2nd verse of the main song.
  • Twelve Wild Disciples is a sampled and reconstructed version of the song according to the info on the sleeve of the 12" mix. The format is an instrumental run through, break to 4 loops of the middle 8 with extra keyboards, then a vocal run through.

External links

  • Discogs
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