Five remixes grace this release, a remake of the unforgettable (and often-remade) Belinda Carlisle classic from 1988. It's good to see these remixes finally released here in the US, since they've now been out for several months overseas. To be honest, the mixes do sound somewhat similar to each other in their chord structure (keeping true to the original version), and none are longer than six-and-a-half minutes long. Four out of the five mixes on this CD5 are full vocal mixes; the Hans Brinker Mix is more or less a dub, with few vocals (but still excellent production).
My favorite of the bunch is the Pascal 12" Mix, simply because of the chorus harmonies being featured by themselves, after the chorus is sung. Also, the Soda Club Mix I found enjoyable because the beats have that trademark Classic Paradise "sound" that Soda Club (aka Love To Infinity) have used so expertly over the years.
Mike Lewis' Mix is also available on Soda Club's brand new full-length album Anthem Alert (a 2CD set with bonus remixes and plenty of DVD remix videos). Getting back to the "Heaven Is A Place On Earth" remixes though, anyone who's looking for a good set of trance/dance remixes for a solid, singable song should look no further than Soda Club's latest release. The disc comes in a cardboard case with two hot pictures of vocalist Hannah Alethea, but no credits of any kind - writer, producer, or remixer. To be sure though, "Heaven Is A Place On Earth" is a welcome release - nothing fancy here, just great dance music!