Friday marks 30 years since the Red Hot organization released Red Hot + Blue, an HIV/AIDS benefit compilation. To commemorate the anniversary, the nonprofit has announced several reissues dedicated to fighting HIV/AIDS through popular culture.

The organization will reissue Red Hot + Blue, which includes songs by U2, Tom Waits, David Byrne, Thompson Twins, Sinéad O’Connor and more. In addition, they’ll release the indie rock anthology Red Hot + Bothered from 1995 on streaming services for the first time ever.

Other reissues include 1997’s Silencio=Muerte: Red Hot + Latin — which focused on fighting AIDS in Latinx communities — and 2001’s Red Hot + Indigo, a tribute to Duke Ellington. 1996’s Offbeat – A Red Hot Sound Trip, an offshoot of The Beat Experience, is also being reissued.

All releases arrive digitally on October 23rd; the organization will release more archival material leading up to World Aids Day on December 1st.

To accompany the announcement, Red Hot released six vintage remixes of Neneh Cherry’s “I’ve Got You Under My Skin,” the opening track to Red Hot + Blue. The remixes were done by Blacksmith, David Z, Afrika Baby Bam and more. You can hear them here.