"Zoo Magazine CD Sampler 06" - Various Artists
U2 Related Content:
- "Discothèque" (David Holmes Mix) - U2 (06:15)
Full Track Listing:
- Discotheque (David Holmes Mix) – U2
- Lovefool – The Cardigans
- Dodssyg Sondag – Ibens
- Come Back Brighter – Reef
- Crazy Egypt – John Cale
- U Love U – Subcircus
- Mrs. Robinson – Art Garfunkel
- Whatever – Butthole Surfers
- Barrel of a Gun (Underworld Hard Miix) – Depeche Mode
- Pleasurama – Martin Hall
- Next to You – Peaches
- Golden Days – Lovebites
- Celluloid Heroes – The Kinks
- Guilty – Gravity Kills
- Truth or Death – Body Count
- Contempt for Ronni – Frank and De Skrigende Halse
- Little Wonder (Ambient Junior Mix) – David Bowie
Zoo Magazine was a Danish Magazine published in the late 1990s. The April 1997 issue featured a cover story on U2, and featured an image of U2 in front of a sunset with Bono wearing a fur cap. The issue was sold shrink wrapped with a CD enclosed within. The CD featured a never before released mix of “Discothèque” by David Holmes. The front of the CD is labeled “Kun I Zoo!” or “Only in Zoo!” and it indeed was the only location in which to initially find this mix on CD, however the song had appeared on the triple 12-Inch vinyl release of “Discothèque” as a single. The track was remixed by David Holmes, a Northern Irish DJ and music producer. Holmes would also later remix a harder to find remix of “Beautiful Day”.
The song was also later released in digital format as a part of “The Complete U2” in 2004 on iTunes. That release is no longer currently available in the iTunes store.
The liner notes contain a picture of the cover of “Pop” and a short review of the album by Zoo Magazine’s Donald Thomsen, which roughly translated reads, “The “Pop” album is the sensual sounds of the greats. “Pop” grows with every trip you take in U2’s challenging, hissing and breathing musical universe. A true masterpiece.”
The CD was presed by Tocano Multimedia.
Discothèque (David Holmes Remix):
Produced by Flood. Additional production and remix by David Holmes. Mixed by Mark ‘Spike’ Stent. Original from “Pop”. This mix from UK DJ 12”.