Unreleased Cuts Bolster Braxton Remix Disc
Five previously unreleased tracks will be found on the upcoming Toni Braxton set "Un-Break My Heart: The Remix Collection," Billboard.com has learned. Due April 12 via LaFace/Legacy, the 11-track set features Braxton's four No. 1 hits on Billboard's Hot Dance Music/Club Play tally: "Spanish Guitar," "Un-Break My Heart," "I Don't Want To" and "You're Makin' Me High/Let It Flow."
The unreleased versions comprise Joe Clausell's Main Mix of "Spanish Guitar," a club mix of "Hit the Freeway" by HQ2 (DJ duo Hex Hector and Mac Quayle), mixes of "He Wasn't Man Enough" by Peter Rauhofer and Junior Vasquez and a remix of "Maybe" that blends work by HQ2 and fellow DJ duo Dynamix.
Among the previously released tracks rounded up on the set are Frankie Knuckles' Franktidrama club mix of "Un-Break My Heart" and David Morales' Classic mix of "You're Makin' Me High."
Braxton released five studio albums for Arista before signing a new deal in 2003 with Blackground. The status of her first release as part of that pact is unknown.
Here is the track list for "Un-Break My Heart: The Remix Collection":
"Un-Break My Heart" (Soul Hex Anthem Vocal)
"Spanish Guitar" (HQ2 Club Mix)
"You're Makin' Me High" (David Morales Classic Mix)
"I Don't Want To" (Frankie Knuckles Franktified Club Mix)
"Hit the Freeway" (HQ2 Club Mix) Featuring Loon
"He Wasn't Man Enough" (Peter Rauhofer NYC Club Mix)
"He Wasn't Man Enough" (Junior Vasquez Marathon Mix)
"Maybe" (HQ2/Dynamix NYC Club Mix)
"Un-Break My Heart" (Frankie Knuckles Franktidrama Club Mix)
"Spanish Guitar" (Joe Clausell Main Mix)