The second remix by the Italian DJ Spankox from the "Re: Versions" remix album. This time the SUN classic "Blue Moon Of Kentucky" was updated to the 21st. century. This release is a vinyl/CD which means that you can play one side on your turntable and the other in you CD player.
Blue Moon Of Kentucky (Spankox Re: Version)
The second remix by Italian DJ Spankox is out; another hit?
The design of this single - the version on Spankox' own Everness label - is in line with the first remix of "Baby Let's Play House". The single features the EPE and Graceland seals, so EPE apparently approved this second mix. The disc itself is another Vinyl/CD, this time black on top and silver on the flipside.
The CD contains three tracks; two mixes, the original version and a ringtone. The "Re: Version" of this SUN classic is a not as extreme as the first remix. DJ Agostino mainly re-edited and re-sampled the original with an additional bass-beat not using futuristic sounds as on his first Elvis remix. The extended version of the mix is a bit too extended, so you simply don't get into the song.
As for the remastered original; for a lot of (old) fans probably the best version on this disc :-)
Kind of dangerous dangerous with a release like this ... just listen to the remix and make up your mind :-) It will probably a never ending discussion between the Elvis Fan vs. SPankox.
As for the opening question, the single hasn't shown up in a chart yet.
- Blue Moon of Kentucky (Re: Version - Highpass Album Cut)
- Blue Moon of Kentucky (Re: Version - Highpass Extended Mix)
- Blue Moon of Kentucky (Original Remastered Version)
- Blue Moon of Kentucky (Spankox Re: Version Ringtone)