So, it looks like you guys enjoyed last week’s Dance Party. I’m glad — I had fun putting it together and even more fun dancing around my living room listening to the finished mix.

A few of this week’s remixes are 100% ridiculous and unnecessary, but, to me, that just makes them more fun. And if you’re someone who can’t stand your favorite rock song having a dance remix, then you should just move along.

For the record: the Huey Lewis remix included here makes me incredibly happy. Go ahead and judge me all you want. I don’t care.

Also, I know that Starship remix is a hot mess — I think it’s hilarious, so I included it to give you a good laugh.

Alright, enough talk. Let’s dance.

Billy Idol – White Wedding (Parts 1 & 2)
INXS – Devil Inside (Extended Mix)
The Bangles – Hazy Shade of Winter (Purple Haze Mix)
Pat Benatar – Love is a Battlefield (Extended Version)
Eurythmics – I Need a Man (Macho Mix)
Sparks – I Predict (12″ Mix)
Robert Palmer – Addicted to Love (12″ Mix)
Bruce Springsteen – Dancing in the Dark (12″ Remix)
George Harrison – Got My Mind Set On You (Extended Version)
Huey Lewis & the News – The Power of Love (Original Long 12″ Version)
Steve Winwood – Higher Love (Remix)
Phil Collins – Sussudio (Extended Version)
The Escape Club – Wild, Wild West (Extended Version)
Starship – We Built This City (Extended Club Remix)
Tears for Fears – Shout (12″ Mix)

Oh, I forgot to mention this last week: the tracks in these mixes will only be up for a week. Once the next week’s post goes live, the previous week’s mix will be deactivated. So, get ’em while they’re hot!

About the Author

Kelly Stitzel

After shutting down her own blog, Looking at Them, in mid-2008, Kelly migrated over to Popdose, bringing with her Soundtrack Saturday, the most popular column from her old site. Kelly makes a living as a fashion and marketing copywriter, which takes up a lot of her time. However, when she is able to write about things that have nothing to do with her day job, she contributes reviews and musings on music, film and a variety of other topics. In addition to Soundtrack Saturday, columns she's written include Filminism and Pulling Rank.

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