BT ‎– Flaming June

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PERF157T, 3984-21743-0 BT Flaming June(12", Single) Perfecto, Perfecto PERF157T, 3984-21743-0 UK 1997 Sell This Version
0630-19972-0 BT Flaming June(12") Warner Music (Germany) 0630-19972-0 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
PERF145T, 0630-19583-0 BT Flaming June(12") Perfecto, Perfecto PERF145T, 0630-19583-0 UK 1997 Sell This Version
PERF145T BT Flaming June(2x12") Perfecto PERF145T UK 1997 Sell This Version
SAM3153 BT Flaming June(2x12", Promo) Perfecto SAM3153 UK 1997 Sell This Version
SAM3008 BT Flaming June(2x12", Promo) Perfecto SAM3008 UK 1997 Sell This Version
3984-21743-2 BT Flaming June(CD, Maxi) Perfecto 3984-21743-2 Europe 1997 Sell This Version
PERF157CDJ BT Flaming June(CD, Maxi, Promo) Perfecto PERF157CDJ UK 1997 Sell This Version
0630-19472-2, PERF145cd1 BT Flaming June(CD, Single, CD1) Perfecto, Perfecto 0630-19472-2, PERF145cd1 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
PERF145CD1, 0630-19472-2 BT Flaming June(CD, Single, CD1) Perfecto, Perfecto PERF145CD1, 0630-19472-2 UK 1997 Sell This Version
PERF157CD1, 3984-21743-2 BT Flaming June(CD, Single, CD1) Perfecto, Perfecto PERF157CD1, 3984-21743-2 UK 1997 Sell This Version
0630-19473-2, PERF-145cd2 BT Flaming June(CD, Single, CD2) Perfecto, Perfecto 0630-19473-2, PERF-145cd2 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
PERF145CD2, 0630-19473-2 BT Flaming June(CD, Single, CD2) Perfecto, Perfecto PERF145CD2, 0630-19473-2 UK 1997 Sell This Version
PERF157CD2, 3984-21744-2 BT Flaming June(CD, Single, CD2) Perfecto, Perfecto PERF157CD2, 3984-21744-2 UK 1997 Sell This Version
0630194722, 0630-19472-2 BT Flaming June(CD, Single, Car) EastWest, Perfecto 0630194722, 0630-19472-2 Australia 1997 Sell This Version
PRCD715 BT Flaming June(CD, Single, Promo) Perfecto PRCD715 UK & Europe 1997 Sell This Version
Black Hole 375-0, BH 375-0 BT Flaming June(8xFile, MP3, 320) Black Hole Recordings, Black Hole Recordings Black Hole 375-0, BH 375-0 Netherlands 2012
Black Hole 375-0, BH3750 BT Flaming June(8xFile, WAV) Black Hole Recordings, Black Hole Recordings Black Hole 375-0, BH3750 Netherlands 2012
Enhanced248E, ENHANCED248E BT Flaming June (Ashley Wallbridge Remix)(File, AIFF) Enhanced Recordings, Enhanced Recordings Enhanced248E, ENHANCED248E UK 2016
none BT Flaming June (Chicane Remix)(Acetate, 12", S/Sided) Perfecto none UK Unknown Sell This Version
none BT Flaming June(Acetate, 12") Perfecto FC none UK Unknown Sell This Version
none BT Flaming June(Acetate, 12", S/Sided) masterpiece none UK Unknown Sell This Version

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globalunderground

globalunderground

August 30, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Flaming June, 12", Single, PERF157T, 3984-21743-0
I listen to trance since 1992 and i have never encountered a better trance track than Flaming June (PvD & BT mix).What a killer melody! I'm certainly not the only one to say that. It's perfection! It's genius! The original is so good all other mixes sound like crap. I have the double vinyl on Perfecto Records.
vogelsang

vogelsang

January 11, 2016
referencing Flaming June, 2x12", Promo, SAM3008
i bought it for the lemon d remix. its still good
DJNORTHENER

DJNORTHENER

March 6, 2015
referencing Flaming June, CD, Single, CD2, PERF145CD2, 0630-19473-2
4 Flaming June (Simon Hale's Orchestrata)
Mixed By – John Gallen
Remix – Simon Hale
5:12
is simply stunning and beautiful, nuff said.
E808D

E808D

June 28, 2014
referencing Flaming June, CD, Single, CD1, PERF145CD1, 0630-19472-2
Orbitus Teranium in it's original form is one of my favourite tracks from ESCM and this single release features an amazing remix by Tipper. I had always wondered what the mix name 'Lenco Shift' meant but had never looked, until recently when I discovered that Lenco is a California-based company making drag racing gear transmissions - Lenco Shifters! In the 1990's, Tipper famously customised some sports cars with huge and incredibly powerful soundsystems. His interest in performance and racing cars obviously led to the naming of this heavy breakbeat remix.
faemoontrance

faemoontrance

December 17, 2013
edited over 5 years ago
referencing Flaming June, 12", Single, PERF157T, 3984-21743-0
An absolute classic !!!!! ♥♥♥♥
yourma2000

yourma2000

May 30, 2012
referencing Flaming June, 12", Single, PERF157T, 3984-21743-0
This track is my favourite song of all time, BT and PVD really excelled themselves, the end result is one of the best trance records ever! The BT & PVD takes the crown position as the best version of the song, I mean it has to, it's a classic! The Chicane mix is excellent and provides a great Chicane trademark summer atmosphere although at one point there seems to be a volume error right after the big build up to what's supposed to be a defining moment of the track but instead the error kills the vibe and moment that it carries all throughout the track, I'm not sure whether it's down to a mistake during production but I've heard some people say it the problem occurring during the mastering of the CD, not sure whether it applies to the Chicane mixes that are available on vinyl record. The H.H.C. version is also a well made remix with a nice bouncy rhythm which gives you freedom to dance on the dancefloor. The BBE mixes are very smooth and smokey at the same time which is very nice.

Overall it's the best of the best, this is something that should be in every trance fans collection along with the remixes. When people I know say trance music is terrible (they think of disgusting eurodance and house music such as clubland CDs) I play them the BT & PVD mix to show them that they're wrong, I always end up with the reply "Well that is actually a nice song" which just goes to show the calibre and quality of this production, kudos to BT & PVD for their greatest ever work.
SYSTEM-J

SYSTEM-J

June 12, 2011
edited over 7 years ago
referencing Flaming June, CD, Single, CD2, PERF145CD2, 0630-19473-2

This single contains probably the least well-known mixes of this track. The main mix is a massive classic and needs no introduction, although I prefer the full 11 minute mix that I believe is only widely available on Paul Van Dyk's "Perspectives" remix compilation. Lemon D provides a very disappointing drum 'n bass remix. You'd be forgiven for thinking a drum 'n bass remix of a trance record from 1997 would be a lush atmospheric affair, but this is little more than a time-stretched sample of the main melody over a vaguely "dirty" beat.

Much better is the HHC remix. Colin Hudd and Nigel Champion were responsible for some seminal '90s classics, including We're Not Alone, Talisman & Hudson - Leaving Planet Earth and Talismantra - Warmth Reheated, and their remix of Flaming June lives up to that pedigree. They stick within the trance genre but provide quite a different take - less "songy", with the pianos stipped away, and more of an emphasis on a driving bottom end. It's a rare example of a remix of a great track that actually feels worthwhile, and it's the only dancefloor version apart from the original I'd play. Rounding up the package is Simon Hale's Orchestrata version, which will be familiar to most as the hidden track at the end of ESCM. These two versions make this single worth hunting down, and you get a lovely cardboard sleeve for your pennies.
chickenpot

chickenpot

June 7, 2009
referencing Flaming June, 12", Single, PERF157T, 3984-21743-0
Probably two of the worst reviews ever. The mis that PVD played back then was his own remix, not the version released on this vinyl and SHOCK HORROR at having to wait till July to buy it rather than June!! OH NO! Basically this is a prog house/trance fans dream come true. It's very rare that a record comes along that would literally stop people dead in a club and make them cry (many a report of this from when Rennaisance was held at the cross and Sasha dropped it for the first time!)

Sweeping epic chords and powerful piano sections make this a hands in the air classic that chugs along at a perfect pace and never leaves you bored, sections come and go and it finishes on an oh so lovely dnb breakdown that adds a perfect change to the pace of the track to allow you to change direction in your set!

Amazing, 5/5 buy it NOW!
Universe

Universe

September 26, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Flaming June, 12", PERF145T, 0630-19583-0

One of the very best trance records ever made.

The BT & PVD Mix was recorded in conjunction with their mix for 'Forbidden Fruit' by Paul Van Dyk. These two records mix brilliantly, none more so than on Paul Van Dyk's inaugural Essential Mix for Radio 1 back in 1997.

The track builds with piano keys, interspersed with powerful kicks, before the pumping beats start in earnest. A prog style acid line drives it along to the well deserved breakdown, where heavenly bliss takes over.

My only criticisms are:

This is not the longer version that Paul Van Dyk was playing in his sets at the time. Instead this version finishes off with a couple of minutes of drum'n'bass.

Why did we have to wait so long for this record to gain an official release? It was finally released in the UK not in the month of June, but July 1997.