Frazier Chorus ‎– Cloud 8 Mixes (Plus Bonus Tracks)

Charisma ‎– 2-96378

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1 Cloud 8 (Future Mix)
Engineer – Steve OsborneProducer – Ian BroudieRemix – Paul Oakenfold
2 Cloud 8 (Raid Mix)
Engineer – Steve OsborneProducer – Ian BroudieRemix – Paul Oakenfold
3 Dream Kitchen (12")
Producer – Hugh Jones
4 Typical (12")
Producer [Additional Production] – Frazier ChorusProducer, Engineer [Remix Engineer] – Hugh Jones
5 Anarchy In The UK
Producer – Frazier ChorusWritten-By – Matlock*, Rotten*, Cook*, Jones*

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Copyright info on back cover and disc face:
Tracks 1 and 2 ℗ 1990 Virgin Records Ltd., tracks 3, 4 and 5 ℗ 1989 Virgin Records Ltd., issued under exclusive license in the United States by Charisma Records America, Inc. All Rights Reserved. © 1991 Virgin Records Ltd.

Printed in the U.S.A.
Made in the USA.

Manufactured and distributed by WEA through arrangement with Atlantic Records.

Published by Blue Mountain Music Ltd. (BMI). Except track 5 published by Warner Brothers Music, administered by WB Music Corp. (ASCAP) / Glitterbest Music, administered by Careers / BMG Music Publishing (BMI).

Tracks 3, 4 and 5 never released in the USA.

Issued in a digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 075679637826
  • Matrix / Runout: 2-96378 (V) . MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Rights Society: BMI, ASCAP

Other Versions (5 of 12) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
VSCDT 1252 Frazier Chorus Cloud 8(CD, Maxi) Virgin VSCDT 1252 UK 1990 Sell This Version
none Frazier Chorus Cloud 8(7xFile, FLAC) Virgin none UK 2008
VSTX 1252 Frazier Chorus Cloud 8(12") Virgin VSTX 1252 UK 1990 Sell This Version
PRCD 030 Frazier Chorus Cloud 8(CD, Single, Promo) Charisma PRCD 030 US 1990 Sell This Version
VST 1252 Frazier Chorus Cloud 8 - The Paul Oakenfold Remixes(12", Sta) Virgin VST 1252 UK 1990 Sell This Version



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August 2, 2013
I own no pop record more mild and quintessentially British than this. The roughest edge on here is on the disc itself. The music's gentleness is taken to such an absurd extreme, even Paul Oakenfold apparently fell asleep at the mixing desk. I'm not sure if it's a deliberate antidote to hedonistic Madchester nights at the clubs, or the future soundtrack to a movie about tranquilizer abuse.