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Erasure.Club

Erasure.Club
Erasure
Released 10 August 2009 (2009-08-10)
Recorded 1985-1987
Genre Synthpop, dance
Label Mute - ERAS1CD
Producer Flood, Stephen Hague, Dave Jacob, Erasure, Gareth Jones, Mark Saunders, Martyn Phillipps, David Bascombe
Erasure chronology

Pop! Remixed
(2009)
Erasure.Club
(2009)
Phantom Bride EP
(2009)

Erasure.Club is a remix EP by Erasure. Featuring six remixes (four previously commercially unavailable), it was released on 10 August 2009 (2009-08-10) by Mute Records.

In 1990, Mute was the one who released a series of rare promotional Erasure 12" single, using the umbrella term "Erasure - Club" for the series.[1] The four singles released were "Push Me Shove Me" (ERAS1) from the Wonderland album, "Sometimes" (ERAS2) from The Circus, "Ship Of Fools" (ERAS3) from The Innocents and the standalone "Abba-esque Remixes" (ERAS4).

Erasure.Club collects six mixes from the first three 12" singles - three from ERAS1, one from ERAS2 and two from ERAS3 - as ERAS4 was eventually given a commercial release.

Due to copyright clearance issues, Fortran 5's remix "Who Needs Love (Like That) - Winnie Cooper Mix" from ERAS2 isn't included on the EP.[2]

Track listing

No. TitleRemixer(s) Length
1. "Push Me Shove Me (Moonbeam Mix)"  Jon Marsh 6:22
2. "Push Me Shove Me (Catatonic Mix)"  Jon Marsh 4:13
3. "Senseless (Avalon Mix)"  Bruce Forest 6:26
4. "Ship Of Fools (Orbital Southsea Isles Of Holy Beats Mix)"  Dr Alex Paterson & Thrash 9:40
5. "Sometimes (Danny Rampling Mix)"  Danny Rampling 6:01
6. "Weight Of The World (Heavy 'B' Mix)"  Bruce Smith 5:03

Track 4 and 5 were commercially released in 1992 on the "Who Needs Love (Like That)" limited remix single.

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