Jaydee ‎– Plastic Dreams (Remixes)

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R & S Records ‎– RS 97125 X
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
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A Plastic Dreams (Peshay Remix)
Engineer – DecoderRemix, Producer [Additional] – Peshay
8:25
B1 Plastic Dreams (Hohner Retro Mix)
Flute [Abuse] – Art Sokol*Other [Abused By] – P. Pulsinger*Remix, Producer [Additional] – Smart Mob
6:09
B2 Plastic Dreams (Boom Boom Satellites Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Boom Boom Satellites
7:56

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Published by TBM / First Impression.
Track A engineered at Tech Itch Studios.
Track B1 Recorded at Jesus Baumwolle's Living Room.

℗ 1992 R & S Records
© 1997 R & S Records

Other Versions (5 of 119) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RS 92027 Jaydee Plastic Dreams(12") R & S Records RS 92027 Belgium 1992 Sell This Version
SPV 055-66613 Jaydee Plastic Dreams(CD, Maxi) Total Recall (3) SPV 055-66613 Germany 1993 Sell This Version
JD 02 PROMO Jaydee Plastic Dreams(12", Promo) R & S Records JD 02 PROMO Belgium 1997 Sell This Version
SP411 Jaydee Plastic Dreams (2011 Remixes)(7xFile, MP3, 320) Spinnin' Records SP411 Netherlands 2011
RS 97002 Jaydee Plastic Dreams 1997(12") R & S Records RS 97002 Belgium 1997 Sell This Version

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moonmaniac

moonmaniac

March 1, 2008
Boom Boom Satellites remix is one of those tracks that spun my head a couple of times around it's axis the first time I heard it. it's a very original interpretation and bring alot of new elements while blending in the wellknown organ, the drums & bell pad.

The bassline is beefed up hard and backed up with a downtuned distorted guitar, a key element in most early BBS productions. Some rock drums have been added along with Jaydee's classic drumrhythm. Track builds up pretty hard and then the organ is introduced but it isn't played in it's usual melody, BBS have rearranged the phrase and it's well executed.

Looking at the track 10 years after it was released it's a very big-beat influenced sound to it, both Norman Cook & The Chemical Brothers used to do remixes like this and it's hard not call it dated since the overwhelming backlash of 'Big Beat'. But I don't really care since the remix is that well done and it stands head over shoulders with the countless remixes that have been done of this classic over the years.