Jaydee ‎– Plastic Dreams

Label:
Epic ‎– 49 74992
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A Plastic Dreams (Long Version) 10:35
B1 Plastic Dreams (Trance Mix) 6:55
B2 Plastic Dreams (Tribal Mix) 7:20

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Recorded and mixed at the Binnenplaats-Vianen, Holland.
Licensed from R&S Records.
© 1993 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
℗ 1993 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
Featured on the Epic Rave Compilation, "Welcome to The Future," 57133.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 9870-74992-1 0
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): XSS 74992A-1A VLADO
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side B): XSS 74992B-1A VLADO

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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guilhermexavier

guilhermexavier

August 10, 2015
I remember, back in 1997, watching the video at TV, that colorful-lisergic-flowers popping and fading in and out, as if the music was being drawn at the screen. That was the second time I heard the tune and since then it is one of my favorites ever.
WeedMusic

WeedMusic

February 18, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
Recently I was visiting NYC, record shopping. We went to Junior's in Brooklyn for dinner. We were sitting by the bar and they had a DJ playing dance classics. I looked up once I noticed what the DJ was doing. When we got there he was spinning early 70's tunes like Manu Dibango's "Soul Makossa", and moving through the 70's and 80's chronologically. All his choices were essential, but then he got to the 90's and "Plastic Dreams" comes on. I was not into dance music when this first came out, so the tune never really registered with me, until that night. There were already a few people dancing in the corner, but when "Plastic Dreams" came on, people just lit up and started dancing, they were line dancing with choreographed moves. Watching old and young people in Junior's dancing in unison to this tune made me realize what a amazing track this tune is, the DJ played all 10+ minutes the people line danced for the whole song. So I slept on this classic for 20 years until I heard it in the right time at the right place and all the pieces came together.