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Whitney Houston

Discussion in 'Comeback corner' started by MissGhettoFabulous, Sep 14, 2006.

  1. I just want a proper re issue (including on vinyl) of this:
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  2. You can find this on original vinyl for 50p no?
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  3. Ah yes, but would still love a proper re issue/remaster on all formats.
  4. Still not too sure on the idea of a remake of this, but will wait and see.
  5. + 1
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  6. Next year for the 35th please!
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  7. +1 !!!
    I know you're waiting for the remix collection, but I'd choose Whitney reissue over remix collection every day !
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  8. To be honest, I would do as well, if really had to chose!!
  9. To be fair, if it’s just loosely based on the original with brand new songs and a slightly different variation on the storyline it may well work in a Star Is Born kinda way.
  10. Can anyone tell if the recent digital release of So Emotional Edited Remix is a vinyl rip?
  11. Not too sure, but sounds pretty decent quality anyway.
  12. The Hot Sheet delivers again:

  13. Love these!
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  14. londonrain

    londonrain Staff Member

    Wait, why is that trending?
  15. The Clean Bandit remix of How Will I Know is...beige.

    As a longtime obsessive over Whitney's remixography I would absolutely love something in the style of Love To Love You Donna, which had some amazing modern reworks, but between Kygo's inevitable involvement and this new Clean Bandit remix I have...doubts. If a full album materializes I hope some more interesting collaborators get tapped for it - imagine what Kaytranada or Eli Escobar could do with classic Whitney. In an ideal/just world, Director's Cut would also be involved, but Frankie Knuckles has been gone for almost eight years and (understandably) I don't think Eric Kupper wants to revive that project for new stuff without him.
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  16. Nice to see a video, guess they are trying to sort of push this after all.
  17. londonrain

    londonrain Staff Member

    This is basically one long advert for Hinge starring Heather Morris from Glee. I was half expecting the Hinge logo to appear at the end with some tagline under it.

    Nice to see that at least it’s not as weird a video as Higher Love was. Surprised not to see Grace Chatto aggressively playing an instrument at the camera, though.
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