Various - Out & About With Billy FLAC album
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|1||–Boy George||When Will You Learn (Dado Club Mix)
Producer – Boy George, Mike KoglinRemix – DJ Dado, R. Gallo Salsotto*Written-By – George O'Dowd, John Themis, Mike Koglin
|2||–Ultra Naté||Free (M&S Philly Klub Mix)
Producer – John Ciafone, Lem SpringsteenProducer [Additional Production By] – Fran Sidoli, Ricky MorrisonRemix – Fran Sidoli, M&S, Ricky MorrisonWritten-By – John Ciafone, Lem Springsteen, Ultra Naté
|3||–Billie Ray Martin||Your Loving Arms (Junior's Soundfactory Vocal)
Producer – Billie Ray Martin, The GridRemix, Producer [Post Production By] – Junior VasquezWritten-By – Billie Ray Martin, David Harow*
|4||–Club 69||Much Better (Extended Mix)
Producer, Mixed By – Peter RauhoferVocals [Uncredited] – Suzanne PalmerWritten-By – Leee John, Nick Nice, Stonebridge
|5||–Black Box||I Got The Vibration (A Postive Vibration) (Kamasutra Funky Club)
Mixed By – Alex Neri, Marco BaroniProducer – Black BoxRemix – KamasutraWritten-By – D. Benati*, D. Davoli*, M. Limoni*, V. Semplici*
|6||–Pulse Featuring Antoinette Roberson||The Lover That You Are (Club Vocal)
Featuring – Antoinette RobersonProducer, Arranged By – Hex Hector, Soul SolutionWritten-By – Carla Bianco, David Morales
|7||–Sandy B||Make The World Go Round (Deep Dish 12")
Producer, Written-By – Brinsley Evans*, Thomas Del Grosso*Remix – Deep DishRemix [Reconstructed By] – Dubfire & Sharam
|8||–Byron Stingily||Get Up (Everybody) (Parade Mix)
Producer, Remix – Paul Simpson, Zack TomsWritten-By – Byron Stingily, Paul Simpson, Zack Toms
|9||–Blackout||Gotta Have Hope (Dillon & Dickens 2001 Funk Mix)
Producer, Written-By – Ramanauskas*, Van Dorsselaer*, Glen*, Course*Remix, Producer [Additional Production By] – Dillon & Dickins
|10||–Summer Junkies||I'm Gonna Luv U (Jason's Peepshow Club Mix)
Producer, Written-By – Summer JunkiesRemix, Producer [Additional Production By] – Jason Nevins
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – More Protein Ltd
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Strictly Rhythm Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Elektra Entertainment Group
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – MCA Records
- Licensed From – Twisted America Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Finetune Recordings, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Jellybean Recordings
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Champion Records Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Nervous Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Panic Records
- Copyright (c) – Finetune Recordings, Inc.
- Distributed By – Nu Gruv Alliance
- Produced For – Mood II Swing Productions, Inc.
- Produced For – M&S Productions
- Produced For – Slam Jam Productions
- Produced For – Unique Productions
- Produced For – Higher State Productions
- Produced For – Nevco Productions Inc.
- Produced For – So Hip It Hurts Productions
- Remixed At – Bass Recording Studio
- Mastered At – Trutone Mastering Labs
- Published By – Wanton Music
- Published By – Notting Hill Music
- Published By – peermusic
- Published By – Copyright Control
- Published By – Ultra Blue Music
- Published By – Commitment Music
- Published By – Jessica Michael Music, Inc.
- Published By – Moody Black Keys
- Published By – Connor Ryan Music, Inc.
- Published By – EMI Virgin Music, Inc.
- Published By – WB Music Corp.
- Published By – Gli Gnomi Edizioni Musicali S.r.l.
- Published By – Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
- Published By – House Of Fun Music
- Published By – Pookaluta Music
- Published By – Jelly's Jams LLC
- Published By – Class Clown Music
- Published By – Champion Music
- Published By – EMI Publishing
- Published By – Sorted Music, Inc.
- Published By – Higher State
- Published By – NGA Music
- Design – Steven Cox
- Legal [Legal Counsel] – Bob Reicher, Brett Green*
- Mastered By – Joe Yannece
- Producer – Anthony Sanfilippo, Vinny Vero
NotesTrack 1 published by Wanton Music / Notting Hill Music / Peer Music / Copyright Control. ℗ 1997 More Protein Limited.
Track 2 published by Ultra Blue Music (ASCAP) / Commitment Music (ASCAP) / Jessica Michael Music, Inc. (ASCAP) / Moody Black Keys (BMI) / Connor Ryan Music, Inc. (BMI). Produced for Mood II Swing. Remix and additional production for M&S Productions / Slam Jam! ℗ 1997 Strictly Rhythm Records, Inc. Original version from the album “Situation:Critical”.
Track 3 published by EMI-Virgin Music, Inc. (ASCAP) / WB Music Corp. ℗ 1995 Elektra Entertainment Group. Original version from the album “Deadline For My Memories”.
Track 4 published by Notting Hill Music / Copyright Control. Produced and mixed for Unique Productions. ℗ 1997 MCA Records by arrangement with Twisted. Original version from the album “Style”.
Track 5 published by Gli Gnomi Ed. Musicali Srl, administered by Warner/Chappell Music, Inc. (ASCAP). Mixed for Bass Corporation. Remixed at Bass Recording Studio. ℗ 1998 Finetune Recordings, Inc. Original version from the album “A Positive Vibration”.
Track 6 published by House Of Fun (BMI) / Pookaluta Music (BMI) / Def Mix (ASCAP). ℗ 1996 Jellybean Recordings.
Track 7 published by Jelly’s Jams / Class Clown Music / Champion Music. Reconstructed for Deep Dish Productions. ℗ 1996 Champion Records Ltd.
Track 8 published by EMI Publishing (BMI) / Sorted Music, Inc. (BMI). ℗ 1997 Nervous Records. Original version from the album “The Purist”.
Track 9 published by Higher State (PRS). Additional remix and production for Higher State Productions. ℗ 1998 Finetune Recordings, Inc.
Track 10 published by NGA Music (ASCAP). Remix and additional production for Nevco Productions. ℗ 1997 Panic Records.
Produced for So Hip It Hurts Productions. Mastered at Trutone.
℗© 1998 Finetune Recordings, Inc. Distributed by Nu Gruv Alliance. Printed in the USA.
℗© 1998 Finetune Recordings, Inc. Distributed by Nu Gruv Alliance. Made in the USA.
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6 56281 00062 0
- Barcode: 656281000620
- Matrix / Runout: RBO3651-FINE006
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L156
- Mould SID Code: IFPI A601