Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp ‎– Take Me

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City Beat ‎– CBE 1268
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Southside
A Take Me (The Prodigy Mix)
Producer [Additional], Remix – The Prodigy
6:32
Northside
AA1 Take Me (Anthem Mix) 4:24
AA2 Moog Addiction 4:12

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Written, produced, mixed & arranged for Dream Productions.
℗ & © CityBeat Records/Beggars Banquet 1992.
Made in England.
Distributed By Warner Music UK.

Track B2 samples vocal from Zhana - 'Sanctuary Of Love'.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 012093 426860 >
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5012093426860
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout hand etched, side A): CBE 1268 A1 SOUTH SIDE 2 DAMONT E ANDY '92
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout hand etched, side AA): CBE 1268 AA1 NORTH SIDE DAMONT

Other Versions (5 of 14) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BB 2035 MX Dream Frequency Take Me(12") Bull & Butcher Recordings BB 2035 MX Italy 1992 Sell This Version
Torso 12220 Dream Frequency Take Me(12", Single) Torso Dance Torso 12220 Netherlands 1992 Sell This Version
NM573MA Dream Frequency Take Me(12") Max Music NM573MA Spain 1992 Sell This Version
CBE 1268 Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp - Take Me(12", Com) City Beat CBE 1268 UK 1992 Sell This Version
INT 125.941 Dream Frequency Take Me(12") Blow Up, City Beat INT 125.941 Germany 1992 Sell This Version

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Gregster_1

Gregster_1

December 27, 2017
Its a song to really move your ass too. Those of us who remember early 90s can appreciate a great song like this...
FAUX.CODA

FAUX.CODA

October 31, 2017
Moog Addiction is the real killer here. Prodigy mix has gotta be one of their weakest tracks from back in the day. It's quite clunky and dated, the Anthem Mix is much better imo. However I went to an oldskool rave recently and the younger crowd really didn't go for the Anthem Mix, although the older folks (ie. those who "were there" in '92) loved it. The piano and vocal are very uplifting but I don't think it has aged too well. Anyway, back to Moog Addiction -- what a whopper of a tune with great samples (that vocoded "Energize" is a personal favourite) and solid structure. Powerful stuff!!!
tangee

tangee

January 19, 2017
The Anthem Mix Pisses All Over The Prodigy Mix..Prodigy Were Ok But They Weren't As Hardcore As Some!!
pmono1980

pmono1980

January 4, 2012

TOTAL CLASSIC,THIS TUNE GOT ME INTO DANCE MUSIC IN THE EARLY 90'S
HIGH ENERGY VOCAL AND A PIANO MELODY TO DIE FOR WHAT MORE COULD YOU ASK FOR
STONKER OF A TUNE, BRING BACK THE 90'S HaPpY dAyS
MartinJames

MartinJames

August 24, 2008

This was yet another hell raiser with the Prodigy providing a killer remix, although it was not the first effort from them that got huge dance floor success. Their very first release in Feb 1991 contained the all time classic "Android" which was curiously a B side track, and massively popular everywhere it was played, and has since been reissued and illegally repressed at least twice due to high demand.

Then in August 1991 Charly was released, which had another B side belter of a track in "Your Love". There was of course other popular releases from them around this time(Everybody In The Place), but by the time this remix of "Take Me" came around and blew everyone away, they had pulled off a trifecta of ground-breaking classics which defined their style and formed the basis for their runaway success in years to come.
qlasse

qlasse

December 30, 2003
Classic track. One of the major rave anthems for 1992, and most likely the tune that established The Prodigy in the arena because of their wicked remix.