BT ‎– Flaming June

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Perfecto ‎– PERF145CD2, Perfecto ‎– 0630-19473-2
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1 Flaming June (BT & PVD Mix)
Remix – BT, PVD*Remix, Producer [Additional] – Brian Transeau, Paul Van Dyk
8:50
2 Flaming June (Lemon D Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Lemon D
8:13
3 Flaming June (H.H.C. Remix)
Engineer [Additional], Producer [Additional], Programmed By [Additional] – Nigel ChampionRemix – H.H.C.
7:26
4 Flaming June (Simon Hale's Orchestrata)
Mixed By – John GallenRemix – Simon Hale
5:12

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CD comes in cardboard sleeve with a cardboard outer sleeve.

Track 3 mix courtesy of C.S.M.F. Records Limited, with all additional engineering, production and programming at The Surgery.

Published by Old Gate Music / BMG Music Ltd (Germany).
℗ 1997 Warner Music UK Ltd. © 1997 Warner Music UK Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 0630-19473-2 6
  • Barcode (String): 706301947326
  • Label Code: LC 1557
  • Rights Society: GEMA / BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout: DISCTRONICS S PERF 145 CD 2 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L502
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 8776

Other Versions (5 of 20) View All

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
PERF157CDJ BT Flaming June(CD, Maxi, Promo) Perfecto PERF157CDJ UK 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
0630-19472-2, PERF145cd1 BT Flaming June(CD, Single, CD1) Perfecto, Perfecto 0630-19472-2, PERF145cd1 Germany 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

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DJNORTHENER

DJNORTHENER

March 6, 2015
4 Flaming June (Simon Hale's Orchestrata)
Mixed By – John Gallen
Remix – Simon Hale
5:12
is simply stunning and beautiful, nuff said.
SYSTEM-J

SYSTEM-J

June 12, 2011
edited over 6 years ago

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.
Universe

Universe

September 26, 2006
edited over 10 years ago

The title 'Flaming June' was inspired by a comment made by a Manchester taxi driver to Brian Transeau about the filthy weather at the time. Hence it is appropriate that Simon Hale - a musician who is no stranger to the Manchester music scene - should provide an orchestral version.

Indeed this orchestral version proves the theory that the very best music is essentially based on simple ideas that can be translated into multiple forms. Unfortunately, this idea of providing orchestral versions never caught on.