The Invitation
unofficial compilation album
Country Unknown Question-mark duran duran wikipedia logo discogs collection
Catalogue no. Unknown
Label BBG
Format CDr
Length 14 tracks
Released Unknown
Genre Pop
Producer Various
Duran Duran

The Invitation is an unofficial Duran Duran compilation album, released by BBG.

About the albumEdit

The album is a collection of Duran Duran mixes from 1995 to 2000. The collection includes five cover versions of Melle Mel's "White Lines".

The compilation also features an alternate cover recording of Led Zepplin's "Thank You", plus acoustic versions of "Someone Else Not Me and "Starting to Remember".

The first song 'ever' to be sold legally as a download on the internet was "Electric Barbarella" in 1999, which is included.

Track listingEdit

  1. "White Lines" (Junior Vasquez Mix)
  2. "White Lines" (Junior's Hhouse Mix)
  3. "White Lines" (Global Groove Mix)
  4. "White Lines" (Blizzard Mix)
  5. "White Lines (GM Melle Mel Remix)
  6. "Thank You" (Alternate)
  7. "Electric Barbarella" (Single Edit / No Solo)
  8. "Electric Barbarella" (All Fired Up Mix)
  9. "Electric Barbarella" (Internet Remix)
  10. "Playing With Uranium" (Invitation Mix)
  11. "Someone Else Not Me" (En Espanol)
  12. "Someone Else Not Me" (French Version)
  13. "Someone Else Not Me" (Acoustic)
  14. "Starting to Remember" (Acoustic)

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