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Walking on Thin Ice [Single, Maxi, Import]

Ono Audio CD
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1. Pet Shop Boys Radio Mix
2. Danny Tenaglia Walked Across The Lake Mix
3. Pet Shop Boys Electro Mix
4. Felix Da Housecat's Tribute Mix
5. Pet Shop Boys Extended Dance Mix
6. Rui Da Silva's Kismet Mix
7. Peter Rauhofer Electro Mix
8. Orange Factory Radio Mix
9. FKEK Vocal Mix
10. Peter Rauhofer Chill Mix

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ONO Walking On Thin Ice (2003 US only 10-mix CD single featuring mixes by the Pet Shop Boys Danny Tenaglia Felix Da Housecat and Peter Rauhofer picture sleeve with great matching artwork on the CD and inlays throughout!)

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5.0 out of 5 stars Wicked remixes March 28 2004
Format:Audio CD
It's nice to see Yoko finally getting some credit in the music industry. Regardless of what people think of her personally this single alone shows what kind of talent this woman has and the potential for great work from her if paired with the right person. I was especially excited for the Felix remix but enjoyed everyone on this single. PICK IT UP!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Mix Mix Remix..... Dec 10 2003
Format:Audio CD
What can I say? Yoko has gone even further than Bowie this time! 19 remixes of 1 song........ What song could possibly be worth 20 version?
Danny Tenaglia Dub
Danny Tenaglia Walked Across The Lake Mix
Felix Da Housecat Tribute Mix
Felix Da Housecat Tribute Mix Edit
FKEK Vocal Mix
FKEK Hard As Ice Dub
FKEK Vocal Mix Edit
Orange Factory "Larry" Dub
Orange Factory Radio Mix
Peter Rauhofer Future Mix
Peter Rauhofer Electro Mix
Peter Rauhofer Chill Mix
Pet Shop Boys Electro Mix
Pet Shop Boys Radio Mix
Pet Shop Boys Extended Dance Mix
Pet Shop Boys Electro Mix Edit
Pet Shop Boys 7" Mix
Pet Shop Boys 12" Mix
Rui Da Silva's Kismet Mix
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5.0 out of 5 stars The PSB did it justice Dec 2 2003
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
The Pet Shop Boys touched this classic song and made it GOLD, as a Club DJ I look for beats like this...I ONLY use the two PSB remix's and the crowd love them....
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great mixes Nov. 1 2003
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
This is a truly incredible CD that brings Yoko Ono's message to many people in unique and creative dance remixes. Some of the best mixes of the year. I find these really dancefloor ready and the floor responsive.
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5.0 out of 5 stars If you missed it in the 1980s, don't miss it now Oct. 11 2003
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
I became a Yoko fan in my early teens in the late 1970s. In 1981 when "Walking on Thin Ice" came out on 45, I bought it and I thought it was brilliant. I still do. You would think more John Lennon fans would have wanted to hear the record that he and Yoko were working on the night he was killed, but no, "Walking on Thin Ice" was never listened to or appreciated like it should have been. This was the era of the early New Order, Depeche Mode, OMD, and Pet Shop Boys records. You would think "Walking on Thin Ice" would have fit right in. Was it not marketed properly? Maybe. But I remember calling a radio station to request it in the 1980s, during the naivete of my high school years, and being told "This radio station plays no Yoko Ono whatsoever." Now "Walking on Thin Ice" has been remixed and reissued, bright shiny and new, for the millennial dance floor. All the remixes bring creative inspiration to the song while remaining true to Yoko Ono's classic release. It's as haunting and enchanting as ever. And am I the only person in the world who's ever counted how many times Yoko sings "Ice!" on the original 45? "Ice! Ice! Ice! Ice!" 128 times. That's the date John Lennon died, 12-8 of 1980.
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Format:Audio CD
With the imput of her late husband John Lennon, "Walkin on thin ice" was a Yoko Ono song that had an edge but came out right
when disco/dance music was being drowned out by punk rock backlash. This rhythmic propulsion had allot going for it but
just didn't get the maketing. These new mixes should find themselves in the dance clubs where it will be better appreciated. Many of the mixes are so far removed from the original song but they use just enough of Yoko's original, most are at least very interesing versions. I enjoy
the Pet Shop Boys contributions cause I know allot of their style but many others here are also great, PSB shine on this kinda thing and its good
to hear this great song make a comeback thanks to all that contributed to this gem.
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5.0 out of 5 stars On Yoko Aug. 12 2003
By N310EA
Format:Audio CD
I was at spinitonline.com listening to samples of DEBORAH COXS' new album REMIXED (WHICH YOU NEED TO PURCHASE) and i ended up looking at current hot playlist.... The last two songs were Walking on Thin Ice by "Yoko Ono." Now I have heard of her before but did not know one thing about her music. I listened to the samples and i was floored by the haunting vocals of the song. Then I by chance read the reviews here at this site and it led me to purchase the disc. I LOVE IT. AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME. And as one reviewer put it, yes, all my friends are asking "what is that your playing?!" They love it. BUY THIS CD. ONO'S chilling vocals and the hot beats are amazing.
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I still have my "Walking On Thin Ice" 45 that I would play when I dj'd a disco party back in 1981. The original is one of the best songs of the 80's. The beginning guitar intro sucks you in like a funnel. Playing it in my car is like gliding above the clouds.
Anyhow, this ten version cd is overkill of the best kind. The variations have a similar dance theme but blend into interesting and diverse variations. I'll highlight my favorite tracks.
The first track, by the Pet Shop Boys, starts out very Giorgio Moroder of Donna Summers fame. The Pet Shop Boys use the same intoxicants to stimulate and surge every fibre of one's "I can't stop shaking my entire" being. The second track, by Danny Tenaglia, is a fast paced s l o w dance. It's the kind of beat one wants when dancing close to someone you really want to be intimate with. Track five, more Pet Shop Boys madness. Kind of music that would be great for a 360 degree surround film of one flying over clouds and mountains, etc. Lastly, track ten by Peter Rauhofer, this is the most innovative and brilliant reinterpretation of Yoko's "Walking On Thin Ice". When I listen to this one I can feel the chill of the ice hanging from the ceiling as I see my breath smoking and swirling through the frigid air (and I live in Florida). While all the versions offer something unique and of value, four of them are outstanding. Track ten is absolutely brilliant.
If Yoko is doing a dance cd as I've heard, I hope " Hell In Paradise" and "Cape Clear" are being considered as extended plays.
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