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ONO: I’m Not Getting Enough (remix) #1 on Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart.

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ONO: I’m Not Getting Enough (2009 Remixes)

Mixes by Dave Aude, Ralphi Rosario, Eddie Amador, Craig C & Niques, Zoned Out, Morgan Page and Double B.
Available NOW from the iTunes Music Store on Mindtrain/Twisted Records

01  I’m Not Getting Enough (Dave Aude Club Mix)   7:08
02  I’m Not Getting Enough (Dave Aude Dub)   6:52
03  I’m Not Getting Enough (Eddie Amador Club Mix)   8:50
04  I’m Not Getting Enough (Eddie Amador Dub)   9:04
05  I’m Not Getting Enough (Eddie Amador’s Space Transmission Vocal Mix)   8:35
06  I’m Not Getting Enough (Eddie Amador’s Space Transmission Dub)   8:56
07  I’m Not Getting Enough (Craig C & Niques Tribal Vocal Mix)   8:09
08  I’m Not Getting Enough (Craig C & Niques Tribal Dub)   7:02
09  I’m Not Getting Enough (Zoned Out Mix)   6:43
10  I’m Not Getting Enough (Morgan Page Vocal Mix)   7:37
11  I’m Not Getting Enough (Morgan Page Dub)   7:37
12  I’m Not Getting Enough (Double B Club Mix)   5:53

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ONO TOPS BILLBOARD HOT DANCE CLUB PLAY CHART
WITH CONTAGIOUS #1 SINGLE
“I’M NOT GETTING ENOUGH” (THE REMIXES)

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FEATURING MIXES BY DAVE AUDE, RALPHI ROSARIO, MORGAN PAGE, EDDIE AMADOR, CRAIG C. AND NIQUES, ZONED OUT and DOUBLE B.

RELEASE MARKS THE INIMITABLE POP ICON’S 3rd CONSECUTIVE CLUB CHART-TOPPER

NEW YORK – Yoko Ono soars to the top of the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Charts with her explosive remix single, “I’M NOT GETTING ENOUGH” (Issue Date: 6/13/2009). Featuring vibrant reworks by DAVE AUDE, RALPHI ROSARIO, MORGAN PAGE, EDDIE AMADOR, CRAIG C. AND NIQUES, ZONED OUT and DOUBLE B, the song marks the inimitable avant-garde pioneer’s third consecutive #1 club chart-topper following last year’s “NO, NO, NO” (THE REMIXES) and “GIVE PEACE A CHANCE” (THE REMIXES).

It’s the latest offering from the trailblazing pop icon’s groundbreaking and critically-acclaimed remix series, which has seen her collaborating with an eclectic assemblage of contemporary “A-List” dance, electronic and indie music innovators such as PET SHOP BOYS, FLAMING LIPS, BASEMENT JAXX, DANNY TENAGLIA, FELIX DA HOUSECAT, TOMMIE SUNSHINE, PEACHES, ANTONY (of ANTONY AND THE JOHNSONS), CSS, LINUS LOVES, THE SLEEPY JACKSON and CAT POWER.

I’M NOT GETTING ENOUGH”, which was originally lifted from Ono’s 2001 album BLUEPRINT FOR A SUNRISE, spent an impressive 11 weeks on the Billboard Club Play Chart before nabbing the coveted #1 spot beating out releases from contemporary pop, dance and rock music heavyweights like THE KILLERS, RIHANNA, BRITNEY SPEARS and AKON.

It is further evidence of the enduring vitality and versatility of her original works, which have been embraced by a new generation of enthusiastic dance and indie music hipsters worldwide.

I’M NOT GETTING ENOUGH” (THE REMIXES) is available on iTunes as a digital-only “green” release on MIND TRAIN / TWISTED RECORDS.

“Her long-underrated talent for simple, direct melodies makes it easy for these disciples to rescore Ono’s songwriting in their own lingo.”
Rolling Stone

“The mixes are a testament to the impressive scope of Yoko’s influence.”
BBC

“In one of those spectacular back-flips of pop fashionability, the music of Yoko Ono is now being sourced by a new generation for whom her uncompromising vocal intensity is the perfect match for the complex architecture of their sampled beats.”
Independent News

“Makes a startlingly effective case for Ono’s songwriting skills.”
The Guardian

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UPDATE:

29 May 2009: Currently #3 with a bullet in Billboard Hot Club Play Chart

NEW YORK – Yoko Ono continues to heat up dancefloors and the club charts with her latest remix single, “I’M NOT GETTING ENOUGH” (THE REMIXES). Currently #3 with a bullet on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Chart (Issue Date: 6 April 2009), the song has been brilliantly reinvented into a searing and undeniably flirtatious club anthem courtesy of vibrant interpretations by DAVE AUDE, RALPHI ROSARIO, MORGAN PAGE, EDDIE AMADOR, CRAIG C. and NIQUES, ZONED OUT and DOUBLE B. It’s another testament to the trailblazing pop icon’s well-documented fascination with contemporary dance and electronic music.

Yoko explains: “Whenever I hear dance music, my body starts to move before I think. It’s very instinctive and liberating. I think we should dance through life instead of marching. Marching is not an aggression, really, but it’s something that can become like an aggression. Dance allows you to free yourself. You can have fun…it’s joyous, unrestrained and very healthy too. Sometimes it’s nice to just jump around.”

“I’M NOT GETTING ENOUGH” follows the digital release of “GIVE PEACE A CHANCE” (THE INTERNATIONAL REMIXES) and the milestone success of Yoko’s two consecutive #1 Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Chart singles: “NO, NO, NO” (THE REMIXES) and “GIVE PEACE A CHANCE” (THE REMIXES). It is the latest offering from the notorious avant-garde pioneer’s groundbreaking and critically-acclaimed remix series, which has seen her collaborating with an eclectic assemblage of contemporary “A-List” dance, electronic and indie music innovators such as PET SHOP BOYS, BASEMENT JAXX, FLAMING LIPS, DANNY TENAGLIA, FELIX DA HOUSECAT, TOMMIE SUNSHINE, PEACHES, ANTONY (of ANTONY AND THE JOHNSONS), CSS, LINUS LOVES, CAT POWER and many more. It’s also further evidence of the enduring vitality and versatility of her original works, which have been embraced by a new generation of enthusiastic dance and indie music hipsters worldwide.

I’M NOT GETTING ENOUGH” (THE REMIXES) have been commercially released as a digital-only green release single on MIND TRAIN / TWISTED RECORDS, available at the iTunes Music Store.

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