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BartVanHemelen

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New Sheena Easton compilation to feature CD debut of two remixes of "Eternity" (written by Prince)

https://www.cherryred.co....-1987-3cd/

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Sheena Easton: The Definitive Singles 1980-1987, 3CD

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Released September 17, 2021.

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Sheena Easton’s first-ever collection of every UK and US single A-side from her hugely successful EMI era – including 7-inch edits, 12-inch extended versions and rare dub mixes – many never before available on CD – produced in collaboration with RT Industries.

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DISC ONE:

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The 7-inch Singles

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18 Sugar Walls

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DISC TWO:

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The 7-inch Singles

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6 Eternity (Single Version)

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The 12-inch Singles

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10 Sugar Walls (Dance Mix)

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DISC THREE:

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The 12-inch Singles

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5 Eternity (Shep Pettibone Mix) [Never before available on CD]

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The Dub Mixes

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9 Sugar Walls (Red Mix)

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14 Eternity (Dub) [Never before available on CD]

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Reply #1 posted 07/09/21 3:25pm

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Nice! But it's too bad none of the "101" remixes are on this. I'm happy 2 have the 12" single...

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Reply #2 posted 07/09/21 11:14pm

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MadeUpName said:

Nice! But it's too bad none of the "101" remixes are on this. I'm happy 2 have the 12" single...

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If only there was some clue why they weren't.

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Hint: the clue is in the text I quoted.

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Reply #3 posted 07/10/21 3:50am

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BartVanHemelen said:

MadeUpName said:

Nice! But it's too bad none of the "101" remixes are on this. I'm happy 2 have the 12" single...

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If only there was some clue why they weren't.

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Hint: the clue is in the text I quoted.

lol

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Reply #4 posted 07/10/21 5:32am

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BartVanHemelen said:

MadeUpName said:

Nice! But it's too bad none of the "101" remixes are on this. I'm happy 2 have the 12" single...

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If only there was some clue why they weren't.

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Hint: the clue is in the text I quoted.

Oh! Yeah, "1980-1987", that maybe bodes well 4 a follow-up release 4 1988-2000.

Or are U referring 2 that it's a compilation of "EMI" releases? Well, EMI and MCA are both part of Universal now, so Cherry Red Records probably could have made a deal for both catalogues.

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Reply #5 posted 07/10/21 5:57am

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That's awesome. I actually prefer her version of Eternity to Prince's version.

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Reply #6 posted 07/10/21 6:08am

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embmmusic said:

That's awesome. I actually prefer her version of Eternity to Prince's version.

Chaka's is the BEST

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Reply #7 posted 07/10/21 9:23am

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MadeUpName said:

Or are U referring 2 that it's a compilation of "EMI" releases? Well, EMI and MCA are both part of Universal now, so Cherry Red Records probably could have made a deal for both catalogues.

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Except it's not that simple:

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The reissues of pre-1997 releases from EMI America and EMI Records USA are handled by UMG's Capitol Music Group, Virgin Records' American distributor and a stand-alone British distributor. The distributors of the vast majority of EMI Records' UK catalogue are Rhino Entertainment in the US and WEA International for the world outside the US.

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I suspect that legalities prevent just mixing two catalogs which are "technically" owned by completely different businesses.

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