Release date: 06/14/1999
Genre: Dance, Pop
Expanded CD edition of the second album by The Other Two, the electronic pop duo featuring Stephen Morris and Gillian Gilbert of New Order. The Other Two came into being in 1990, spurred by the pair's work on television soundtracks, and a temporary lull in New Order activity during which Electronic and Revenge also released albums.
Released in 1999, Super Highways was produced by O2 and Tim Oliver, with vocals shared by Gillian and Melanie Williams, the latter best known for her vocal on the Sub Sub hit Ain't No Love (Ain't No Use). The title track was released as a single; bonus remixes by Andy Votel, Cevin Fisher and K Klass are also included here.
Remastered by Stephen Morris, the CD runs for 76 minutes, with detailed liner notes in the booklet.
1. You Can Fly
2. Super Highways
3. The River
4. One Last Kiss
7. New Horizons
8. Cold Feet
9. The Grave
12. Weird Woman
13. Super Highways (Votel Mix)
14. You Can Fly (Cevin Fisher Mix)
15. Tasty Fish (K-Klass Mix)
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