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Pauline Henry - Do Over Album
Pauline Henry - Do Over Album
Performer: Pauline Henry
Title: Do Over
Label: Sony Soho Square
Country: UK & Europe
Released: 1996
Style: Soul, RnB/Swing, Downtempo, House
Cat: 484058 9, 484058 2
Rating: 4.6/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2392 mb | MP3 size: 1391 mb | WMA size: 1371 mb
Genre: Electronic / Funk

1Fools Paradise6:09
2Love Hangover (Tee's Freeze Mix)
Engineer – Bill KlattProducer [Additional Production], Remix – Todd Terry
4Be Thankful For What You Got4:00
5Groove With You4:00
6Save The Overtime For Me4:15
7Revolution (Louie Louie Remix)
Remix [Produced By] – Louie Louie
8Never Knew Love Like This (K-Klassic Mix)
Engineer – Andrew WilliamsRemix – K-Klass
9Happy (Dancehall)3:52
10Sugar Free3:59
11Sugar Free (Master Mix)
Engineer – Andrew Parker Keyboards – Toby BakerRemix – Gil Cang
12Love Hangover (Joey Negro's Extended Mix)
Producer [Re-produced By], Mixed By – Andrew "Doc" Livingstone, Dave LeeRemix – Joey Negro
13Never Knew Love Like This3:35
14Love Hangover5:24
15When Love Calls4:17


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
484058 2Pauline Henry Do Over ‎(CD, Album)Sony Soho Square484058 2UK & Europe1996
484058 4Pauline Henry Do Over ‎(Cass, Album)Sony Soho Square484058 4Turkey1996
XPR3050Pauline Henry Do Over ‎(LP, Promo)Sony Soho SquareXPR3050UK1996


Made in Austria, released with white twin tray

Front insert & CD1 (with catalog number 484058 2) are identical to Pauline Henry - Do Over

Only CD2 durations listed on the release, CD1 track times derived from media player

1-1 is a cover of Surface - Happy
1-2 is a cover of William DeVaughn - Be Thankful For What You Got
1-3 is a cover of Diana Ross - Love Hangover
1-4 is a cover of Alexander O'Neal Featuring Cherrelle - Never Knew Love Like This
1-5 is a cover of The Isley Brothers - Groove With You
1-6 is a cover of Meli'sa Morgan - Fool's Paradise
1-7 is a cover of Gladys Knight & The Pips - Save The Overtime (For Me)
1-8 is a cover of Atlantic Starr - When Love Calls
1-9 is a cover of Juicy - Sugar Free

2-2: Gil Cang for NLH Productions
2-4: Todd Terry for Big Management NYC
2-5: Dave Lee & Andrew "Doc" Livingstone for Z Productions


  • Barcode (Text): 5 099748 405890
  • Other (rear insert, CD2): 01-484058-11
  • Other (CD1): 01-484058-10
  • Label Code: LC 6140
  • Rights Society: SACEM/SACD/SDRM/SGDL
  • Rights Society: MCPS/BIEM/SDRM
  • Other (rear insert): CX
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): S0148405810-0101 12 A3
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI 941B
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI L552
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): S0148405811-0202 11 A1
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 941C
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI L551


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.


Comments (1)
After the stellar album with the Chimes, Pauline Henry's solo career never really took off. The first album "Pauline" showed a lot of promise but didn't repeat the success. Henry followed with a covers album – which as a concept is always risky. On the other hand, after the huge success of the U2 cover "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" with the Chimes and the moderate hit Henry enjoyed with the remake of Bad Company's "Feel Like Making Love" (from "Pauline"), the choice was hardly surprising. But they set the expectations high – and unfortunately Henry doesn't quite manage to make the songs her own on "Do Over". The song choice was apparently by Henry herself. Six of the (only nine) songs were also relatively recent, from the 80s. They probably hadn't earned classic status by 1996. Neither had enough time passed that the songs would automatically sound fresh on "Do Over" – and no big attempt was made on "Do Over" to break new ground. Case in point is "Happy". It rolls on very nicely but it's quite close in sound to the original (by Surface, 1987). It's also very hard to surpass Diana Ross's sublime "Love Hangover" and Henry's version sounds a bit harsh. On "Sugar Free", Henry does add much-needed soulfulness to the song.

"Do Over" was repackaged with a bonus disc due to the original edition apparently not selling well. The 5 remixes make a nice addition, but the whole contents of the 2xCD set would have fitted on one disc (75 mins). It is not claimed on the release that CD2 is a "proper" remix album – but it could have been one. It's a shame a remix album wasn't released because the bonus disc is short (barely over 30 minutes) and the mixes chosen are not even the best ones. Furthermore, "Revolution" comes from Henry's first album and is the exact same remix that was already included as a bonus on the CD and cassette versions of "Pauline".

What could the remix album have been like then? Most notably, no remixes of "Happy" are included. Granted, that single probably wasn't yet released at the time... But great mixes by Danny D, Maurice Joshua and Blacksmith were released. The "Happy" CD also includes the non-album track "Somewhere", which would have made a nice addition. "Somewhere" is not the Sondheim song or any other cover, however, but a Henry original. Another no-show is Ashley Beedle's remix of "Love Hangover". Since "Do Over" is a covers album, "I Still Haven't Found" and "Feel Like Making Love" would have fitted here well. The Chimes track had already been included on earlier Henry singles, so it's not like there was any contractual reason preventing it. This would have been the perfect opportunity to release some of the vinyl promo only remixes on CD.

If a 'special edition' of "Do Over" album ("Do Over Over"?) would be released now, I would be tempted to include the 1998 Henry one-off single, too. The title "If I Can't Have You" suggests it's a cover of the Bee Gees song, which would fit the covers album idea perfectly – but it's not. Still, great remixes were released on the single, by Eric Kupper, Stonebridge and Phat 'N' Phunky – and no one would mind them being added on the bonus remix disc. "I Still Haven't Found", "Somewhere" and the regular "If I Can't Have You" (and why not even "Feel Like Making Love") could be added on CD1, to add more content to the 43-minute album.