Peak on the US Billboard Top 200 chart: #52
- Too Funky - George Michael: Good tune. Surprised it wasn't a hit.
- Do You Really Want to Know - George Michael: This might have been a hit, but it is explicit about HIV/AIDS so no radio station would have touched it in 1992.
- Happy - George Michael: He steals his own backing tracks from I Want Your Sex and ends up with a weaker track.
- Supernatural (Original Arms House Mix) - Madonna: Not really a song that lends itself to a dance remix. Like most of Madonna's work in the early '90s, this isn't very good.
- Crazy (If I Was Trev Mix) - Seal: this is such a great song, it would take an absolute idiot to mess it up. That's not the case here. Not much of a remix; sounds a lot like the version you're heard before with the addition of a decent guitar solo.
- Set Adrift on Memory Bliss (Richie Rich Mix) - PM Dawn: it's funny to hear a remix of a song that is basically a remix in itself (of Spandau Ballet's True). I like True, I like Set Adrift on Memory Bliss, I like this remix.
- Change (Metamorphosis Mix) - Lisa Stansfield: I've always liked Stanfield's voice. This song doesn't disappoint.
- Apparently Nothin' (The Re-Rub) - Young Disciples: I really dig the bass line on this song. Unfortunately, the singer's voice doesn't do anything for me. That's hard to get past.
- Peace (Nu-Mix) - Sabrina Johnston: Great song. Great remix. It's difficult to sit still.
- Thank You (Falettin Me Be Mice Elf Agin) (Todds CD Mix) - Sly and the Family Stone: I love remixes and covers, but leave Sly and the Family Stone alone. Don't mess with perfection.
- Gypsy Woman (Joey Negro's Mindmix) - Crystal Waters: not a horrible song, but this isn't the best remix
- Unbelievable (The Hovering Feet Mix) - EMF: this song is overplayed, but this isn't a bad remix.
- Theme from Red Hot + Dance (Gothic Mix) - tomandandy: Sounds like they wanted one more track for the CD and asked these guys to do a song that sounded kinda like Massive Attack but not as good.