Saturday, August 14, 2010


1. MORE TO LOSE [Evo-XR Single Version Reconstruction]

2. MORE TO LOSE [Evo-XR Instrumental Mix]

3. MORE TO LOSE [Evo-XR Remix]


Bitter Heart [12" Extended Mix]
Tell Her [12" Extended Mix]
More to Lose [DMC Remix]
On Your Side [McDoC Evo-XR Re-Mix]

Definitely one of the most popular 80's new wave anthems in the Philippines is Seona Dancing's MORE TO LOSE. In fact, in September 2008, WXB102 Internet radio (Manila's resurrected 1980's FM station that catered mainly to the new wave genre) made an online poll of "The Top 102 Songs of All Time" and "More to Lose" ended up taking the top spot (See the complete list posted by Dr. Stirring Rhod on his blog "The Doctor is In"). The group was composed of Ricky Gervais [the British comedian!!!] on vocals and Bill Macrae on Synthesizers. They only released two singles, 1. Bitter Heart and 2. More to Lose. So the megamix actually contains all of the tracks they've produced. For the reconstruction of the single version, I just edited the extended mix by rearranging the verses according to the original 7" version wherein the 1st verse starts with: "I was tired..." instead of "We used to cry..." (which was the first verse of the 12"er). Then, I also ended up doing an instrumental mix which was used by DJ Doc in his mash-up "Lose Your Song". As for the Evo-XR Extended remix, nothing fancy, just simply stretching out one of my fave tunes back in the day... well OK, up to now it's still among my top picks. Hope you check these out.

4 comments: August 14, 2010 at 10:46 AM  

One word....*FANTASTIC*!

You've done a wonderful job, as always.



McDoC August 14, 2010 at 10:40 PM  

THANKS MissP! Take care always my friend. :)

DrStirringRhod August 24, 2010 at 6:36 PM  

Nice Bing!! THANKS for the credit. :-)

Dr. Rhod

McDoC August 28, 2010 at 10:08 AM  

Hi DSR! Your welcome bro! Glad you like it. CHEERIOS!!! :)

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The EVOlution of eXtended Re-edits, also Reconstructions of some of my favorite songs in classic 70s-80s style of mixing.

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