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The Club Mixes 2000

The Club Mixes 2000
Frankie Goes to Hollywood
Released 14 November 2000 (2000-11-14) (Germany)
Genre New Wave, Dance
Label Repertoire - REP 4913
Producer Trevor Horn, Stephen Lipson
Frankie Goes to Hollywood chronology

Maximum Joy
(2000)
The Club Mixes 2000
(2000)
Twelve Inches
(2001)
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Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

The Club Mixes 2000 is a remix album by Frankie Goes To Hollywood. It was released in 2000 by Repertoire Records of Germany.

The album's tracklisting is made up almost exclusively of new remixes commissioned by ZTT in 2000 for the Maximum Joy hits compilation campaign.

Track listing

CD One

  1. "Relax" (Club 69 Future Anthem Part I) - 11:27
  2. "Welcome to the Pleasuredome" (Nalin & Kane Remix) - 11:29
  3. "The Power of Love" (Rob Searle Club Mix) - 8:41
  4. "Two Tribes" (Apollo Four Forty Remix) - 6:10
  5. "Warriors of the Wasteland" (Paralyzer's Warriormix) - 5:20
  6. "Welcome to the Pleasuredome" (Stripped Down Mix by Thomas Schumacher) - 7:07
  7. "Relax" (Marc et Claude's Respect Remix) - 7:54
  8. "Two Tribes" (Olav Basoski Tiberium Power Mix) - 9:45
  9. "Rage Hard" (Kay Cee Remix) - 7:44

CD Two

  1. "Welcome to the Pleasuredome" (Paralyzer's Pleasuremix) - 7:07
  2. "Two Tribes" (Rob Searle Club Mix) - 9:20
  3. "Maximum Joy" (DJ Rene Club Mix) - 9:50
  4. "Welcome to the Pleasuredome" (Sander's Coming Home Remix) - 10:18
  5. "Two Tribes" (Fluke Magimix) - 5:26
  6. "Welcome to the Pleasuredome" (Sleaze Sisters' Remix) - 7:37
  7. "The Power of Love" (Minky's Yaba Mix) - 8:13

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