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Another One Bites The Dust

Another One Bites The Dust (Cedric Gervais And Second Sun Radio Edit) 3:23
Written by John Deacon
Performers: Queen vs. The Miami Project
Appears on:
Another One Bites The Dust 7" picture disc vinyl, Another One Bites The Dust CD single, Another One Bites The Dust promo CD (white), Another One Bites The Dust promo CD (red)
This is an energetic remix that speeds up the track and is definitely meant for the club circuit. This remix was completed by Miami producer/DJ Cedric Gervais and production house Second Sun. If you're into remixes, this isn't bad and the whole song seems to be in there.

Another One Bites The Dust (Cedric Gervais And Second Sun Vocal Mix) 7:17
Written by John Deacon
Performers: Queen vs. The Miami Project
Appears on:
Another One Bites The Dust 12" clear vinyl, Another One Bites The Dust CD single, Another One Bites The Dust 12" promo vinyl (red label), Another One Bites The Dust promo CD (white), Another One Bites The Dust promo CD (red)
This remix extends the Radio Mix, with a long intro and some added effects throughout. It closes with a similarly long outro.

Another One Bites The Dust (Cedric Gervais And Second Sun Club Mix a.k.a. Cedric Gervais & Second Sun Dub Mix) 7:57
Written by John Deacon
Performers: Queen vs. The Miami Project
Appears on:
Another One Bites The Dust 12" promo vinyl (red label), Another One Bites The Dust promo CD (white)
The backing dance track from the Radio Mix has been stretched to more than twice its original length and the vocals have almost entirely been dropped (except a few samples).

Another One Bites The Dust (Oliver Koletzki Remix) 6:15
Written by John Deacon
Performers: Queen vs. The Miami Project
Appears on:
Another One Bites The Dust 12" clear vinyl, Another One Bites The Dust CD single, Another One Bites The Dust 12" promo vinyl (white label), Another One Bites The Dust promo CD (white)
This remix from German DJ and producer Oliver Koletzki is a calmer remix from the Miami Project singles, with some spacey synthesizers and effects. It runs a bit long, but isn't too bad.

Another One Bites The Dust (A Skillz Remix) 5:35
Written by John Deacon
Performers: Queen vs. The Miami Project
Appears on:
Another One Bites The Dust 12" clear vinyl, Another One Bites The Dust CD single, Another One Bites The Dust 12" promo vinyl (white label), Another One Bites The Dust promo CD (white)
A Skillz (a.k.a. Adam Mills) remixed this somewhat disjointed version of Another One Bites The Dust. There are times in this remix when it doesn't seem to know what it's doing or where it's going, but it still remains a fun alternative version.

Another One Bites The Dust (Soul Avengerz Remix) 7:14
Written by John Deacon
Performers: Queen vs. The Miami Project
Appears on:
Another One Bites The Dust CD single, Another One Bites The Dust promo CD (white)
This remix by Soul Avergerz (Paul Gardner and Wayne O'Connell) is lengthy and repetitive. I guess the unwritten rule of the dance remix is the longer, the better. Repetition is not bad if it's something worth repeating. The original is such a simple, catchy song, that two things will grow out of its success: a lot of remixes and a lot of remixes like this one. They all start to sound the same and this one sounds the most the same.

Another One Bites The Dust (Soul Avengerz Dub) 7:05
Written by John Deacon
Performers: Queen vs. The Miami Project
Appears on:
Exclusive Internet Download, Another One Bites The Dust promo CD (white)
Another uninspired remix with a sampled chorus and guitar set to a dance back beat.

Another One Bites The Dust (Dj Pedro And Oliver Berger Remix) 6:30
Written by John Deacon
Performers: Queen vs. The Miami Project
Appears on:
Another One Bites The Dust CD single, Another One Bites The Dust promo CD (white)
There are no verses to the song, just "Another one bites the dust" sampled over and over. The rest is the usual dance mix fodder, with little recognizable as anything Queen.