DNA (dance Music Band) - Discography and Remixography - Singles

Singles

  • 1989: "Lily Was Here" (re-mix) - David A. Stewart and Candy Dulfer
  • 1990: "Tom's Diner" (re-mix) (1990) - DNA featuring Suzanne Vega - UK #2
  • 1990: "La Serenissima" (1990) - DNA - UK #34
  • 1990: "Rusted Pipe" (re-mix) - DNA featuring Suzanne Vega
  • 1990: "Forget Me Not$" (Remix) - Tongue 'n' Cheek
  • 1990: "Love And Affection" - Sinitta
  • 1991: "Ride The Bullet" (Remix) - Army of Lovers
  • 1991: "Shocked" (re-mix) Kylie Minogue UK #6
  • 1991: "Get the Message" (1991) - Electronic
  • 1991: "Rebel Woman" (1991) - DNA featuring Jazzi P - UK #42
  • 1991: "Running Back to You" (Remix) – Vanessa L. Williams
  • 1992: "Can You Handle It" (re-recording) (1992) - DNA featuring Sharon Redd - UK #17
  • 1992: "Blue Love (Call My Name)" (1992) - DNA featuring Jo Nye - UK #66
  • 1993: "Light of the World" (1993) - Kim Appleby
  • 1995: "I Specialize in Love" - Exposé (remixed by Darrin Friedman, original found on 1992 album Exposé)
  • 1997: "The Mummers' Dance" (Single Version) - Loreena McKennitt
  • 1998: "Coconut" - Dannii Minogue (remixed by Flexifinger, original found on The 1995 Sessions)

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