The Friday Mixtape: 7/9/10 — White Label Madness!

It’s White Label Friday, kids! When I say dance, you best dance, muthafucka!

Note: It should be said up front that most of these MP3s were acquired during the Wild West days of Napster, meaning that most of them are vinyl rips and have since been reissued on CD or higher-bit-rate MP3. But hey, free is free, right?

The Damned – Alone Again Or (Extended Version) original version from the album Anything (1986)
Shannon – Let the Music Play (Omar Santana Remix) original version from the album Let the Music Play (1984)
Rock and Hyde – Dirty Water (Extended Version) original version from the album Under the Volcano (1987)
The Thompson Twins – Lay Your Hands on Me (UK 12″ Mix) original version from the album Here’s to Future Days (1985)
Duran Duran – Notorious (Latin Rascals Mix) original version from the album Notorious (1986)
Joe Jackson – You Can’t Get What You Want Til You Know What You Want (Extended Version) original version from the album Body and Soul (1984)
Roxy Music – Angel Eyes (12″ Mix) original version from the album Manifesto (1979)
Aztec Camera – Deep and Wide and Tall (Breakdown Mix) original version from the album Love (1987)
KTP – Certain Things Are Likely (Garage Mix) original version from the album Certain Things Are Likely (1986)
Tee Vee Toons – Jane, Get Me Off This Crazy Thing! (12″ Master Mix) original version from the 12″ single Jane, Get Me Off This Crazy Thing! (1986)
Wang Chung – Wait (Extended Mix) original version from the album Points on the Curve (1984)
Frankie Goes to Hollywood – Welcome to the Pleasuredome (Original 12″ mix) original version from the album Welcome to the Pleasure Dome (1984)
Julian Cope – Trampolene (Warne Out Extended Mix) original version from the album Saint Julian (1987)
John Mellencamp – Love & Happiness (London Club Mix) original version from the album Whenever We Wanted (1991)
New Order – Shellshock (Dub Mix) original version from the soundtrack Pretty in Pink (1986)

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