Simply Red Announce New Remix Collection

'Simply Red Remixed Vol. 1 (1985-2000)'
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Simply Red fans have a new chance to hear the British soul act's biggest hits in a new way with the upcoming release of Simply Red Remixed Vol. 1 (1985-2000), due Oct. 22.

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True to its name, the 2CD or digital set features 22 remixes from Mick Hucknall and company's first 15 years together, including reworks of "Money's Too Tight (to Mention)," "The Right Thing," "It's Only Love," "Stars," "Fairground" and "Angel." Seven of these versions have never been commercially released, existing only on promotional singles.

You can hear the set's first single, a mix of 1991 single "Something Got Me Started" done by U.S. garage duo Masters At Work, below.

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