Deep Deep Down - CD1
|Deep Deep Down (Radio Edit)||3:04|
|I Quit (Acoustic Version)||3:56|
|Deep Deep Down (Ray Roc's Soul Latin Club Mix)||9:32|
Cat. no. 668338 2
- The title track is a little different from the album version - it has a new beginning and a rather cool faint scratching sound as if being played on vinyl.
- The second track can also be found on the cassette single of Bugs. It is a rather unusual 'acoustic' track, as it has a huge great electric guitar playing on it, as well as a keyboard. Apart from that, it's an acoustic guitar, the vocals and extra vocal harmonies. There's also no vocals on the bridge, just an instrumental.
- The final track is a dance version, and was arranged, programmed, edited, recorded and mixed by Ray Roc Checo at R.M.I. Recordings.
- It was released on February 7th, 2000
- The CD is white, keeping in tradition of having the CD the same colour as the predominant cover art background.
Deep Deep Down - CD2
|Deep Deep Down||3:30|
|Deep Deep Down (Dave's Way Down Mix)||6:53|
|I Quit (Buffy The Vampire Slayer Video CD Extra)|
Cat. no. 668338 5
- Track 2 is a dance remix, featuring some extra harmonies by Yvonne Gage and Robin Robinson, and also extra guitars, keyboards and bass. It was engineered by Tom Carlisle at The Hutch, Chicago.
- This CD comes with two extra goodies - a poster of the cover of CD1, and also a multimedia portion with the new video for I Quit. The original video was the girls performing in a nicely decorated pink high-rise flat, but Joss Whedon, creater of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, liked the track so much he not only put it on the Buffy soundtrack but also invited the girls to appear as vampires in one of the episodes. The video was re-shot with the girls performing in U.C. Sunnydale and The Bronze; also footage from Season 3 of Buffy was edited to show the girls fighting vampires with Buffy, and appearing as vampires themselves. Whilst the girls are performing in one of Buffy's lecture halls, on the blackboard in the background you can see written the words "Have you ever been down?", a line from Deep Deep Down. Eagle-eyed viewers will also note written in the top-left corner "Prof. M Walsh - Psych 105", as this is the room in which Buffy takes that class. It's at this point that you tell me I should get out more :^)
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