Shut Up and Dance: The Dance Mixes

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Shut Up and Dance: The Dance Mixes
Remix album by Paula Abdul
Released May 8, 1990
Recorded 1987—March 1990
Genre Remix
Label Virgin
Paula Abdul chronology
Forever Your Girl
(1988)
Shut Up and Dance: The Dance Mixes
(1990)
Spellbound
(1991)
Singles from Shut Up and Dance: The Dance Mixes
  1. "1990 Medley mix"
    Released: 1990
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]
Entertainment Weekly B−[2]
The Rolling Stone Album Guide 1/5 stars[3]

Shut Up and Dance: The Dance Mixes was a Paula Abdul remix album released in 1990. It contains dance remixes of the six hit singles from Forever Your Girl, one remixed album track and one medley. The album was another huge success for Abdul, peaking at #7 on the Billboard 200 and going Platinum (for over one million units shipped in the U.S.) and 5+ million worldwide by July 1990.[citation needed]

Following Abdul's continued UK singles success throughout 1990, Shut Up and Dance was re-released there late in the same year, featuring an additional four tracks.

There were two singles and accompanying music videos released from the project—the "1990 Medley mix"[4] and "Straight Up (Ultimix Mix)".[5]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Cold Hearted" (Quiverin' 12")
  2. "Straight Up" (Ultimix mix)
  3. "One or the Other" (1990 mix) - by Keith Cohen
  4. "Forever Your Girl" (Frankie Foncett mix)
  5. "Knocked Out" (Pettibone 12")
  6. "(It's Just) The Way That You Love Me" (Houseafire edit)
  7. "Opposites Attract" (1990 mix)
  8. "1990 Medley Mix" - by Chris Cox for Hot Tracks remix service
    • "Straight Up" / "Knocked Out" / "Opposites Attract" / "Forever Your Girl" / "State of Attraction" / "The Way That You Love Me" / "Cold Hearted"
Exclusive UK version bonus tracks
  1. "Knocked Out" (Power Mix)
  2. "Opposites Attract" (Shep's Special Mix)
  3. "Forever Your Girl" (Shep's Special Mix)
  4. "Cold Hearted" (Chad Jackson 12" Remix)

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