Commander Tom ‎– Are Am Eye? ('95 Millenium Mix)

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Noom Records ‎– NOOM A
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Vinyl, 12", Single Sided, Limited Edition
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A Are Am Eye? ('95 Millenium Mix)

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"previously unreleased"

Other Versions (5 of 32) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NOOM 013R-6 Commander Tom Are Am Eye? (Remixes)(12") Noom Records NOOM 013R-6 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
MS 05R Commander Tom Are Am Eye? - The Remixes(12") Mindstar MS 05R Belgium 1995 Sell This Version
MS 05 CDM Commander Tom Are Am Eye?(CD, Maxi) Mindstar MS 05 CDM Belgium 1996 Sell This Version
none Commander Tom Are Am Eye 2.3 (The Rebirth)(CDr, Maxi, Promo) Pulsive none Germany 2003 Sell This Version
BITCDM 513 Commander Tom Are Am Eye? 1999(CD, Maxi) BIT Music Scandinavia BITCDM 513 Scandinavia 1999 Sell This Version

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zykotik

zykotik

September 30, 2014
The opening of this version is taken from an old hardcore track, Acen - Trip II The Moon Part 2, which also uses the orchestral tune from You Only Live Twice.
maxjpeters

maxjpeters

January 11, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
The 'strange ambient symphonic part' you mention was the string section originally used in the Theme tune for the James Bond movie 'You Only Live Twice'.

It was then sampled in the Robbie Williams track 'Millennium'
Asherett

Asherett

August 2, 2004
edited over 12 years ago

This is probably one of the hardest and strangest versions of "Are Am Eye?" I've heard. Rather eclectic, it opens with some samples from what sounds like old radio broadcasts, then an acidy sweeping 'alarm' line before presenting a rock-hard beat (with the trademark cut hihat stabs). After a while the alarm returns, before the track cuts directly to a strange ambient symphonic part (sounds like some 50's musical tune...?). It then cuts directly to the RMI 'theme', the infamous hoover wails, before reintroducing the beats after a very nice hihat buildup. Then, nearing the end, it cuts abruptly again and goes back to the symphonic part for a while, this time together with the beats, then the hoover stabs and beats to the end, where again we hear the radio samples.
A release well worth having, if only for the 'guess-which-famous-tune-remix-THIS-is'-factor :)