PQM* ‎– You Are Sleeping (Remixes)

Yoshitoshi Recordings ‎– YR104
2 × Vinyl, 12", Red Sleeve


  • Producer, Mixed By, Arranged By, Guitar [Acoustic]PQM*
  • Written-ByM. Napuri*


Produced for Abducted Recordings & Nubian Cracker Productions.
Recorded at Nubian Cracker Sound Lab, NYC.
Contains a sample from "Hoes Gotta Eat Too" by DJ Xenamorph by courtesy of Abducted Recordings, NYC.
A1 & D remixed in Melbourne, Australia.
Manufactured and Distributed by Deep Dish Records.
It is possible that this release was repressed with tracks ordered differently.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 704865010418

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
YR071 PQM* You Are Sleeping(12") Yoshitoshi Recordings YR071 US 2002 Sell This Version
YR071 PQM* You Are Sleeping(12", Sti) Yoshitoshi Recordings YR071 US 2002 Sell This Version
YR104 PQM* You Are Sleeping (Remixes)(4xFile, MP3, 320) Yoshitoshi Recordings YR104 US 2003
YR 071 Prince Quick Mix You Are Sleeping(4xFile, WAV, Single) Yoshitoshi Recordings YR 071 US 2002
YOSHICLASSIC5 PQM* You Are Sleeping Remixes(12", RE, RM) Yoshitoshi Recordings YOSHICLASSIC5 US 2015 Sell This Version


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September 2, 2015
Do I really not own this record?


August 20, 2013
edited over 5 years ago
The lyrics are by John Harris, taken from "The Gospel According to John." I describe where the lyrics come from at http://www.darrenabramson.com/?p=6

March 14, 2007
edited over 12 years ago
This could well be one of the greatest remixes ever. Luke Chable turned this song into a progressive masterpiece. The B-Side is reason enough to buy this vinyl. The meaning of the absurd ironically lyrics has been widely discussed, but that's the meaning, they are not ment to be understood in only one way - you gotta check it out yourself. Could be the greatest lyrics ever written for a song, next to Underworld's Born Slippy.

"No Scratch, No Snatch"
Haunting lyrics, beautiful breaks, mindblowing music.. 5/5


February 20, 2004

In my opinion, the Luke Chable Vocal Pass was one of the biggest progressive tunes of 2003.
The haunting beats combined with the vocals creates a monster tune, that destroys the dancefloor.

On a sidenote - I don't know if my copy of this doublepack is the only one - but the labels are completely fucked up. Not only are the sides flipped, but the labels are switched the discs in-between.
So what appears to be the A-side of vinyl 1 is actually the B-side of vinyl 2, and the other way round! Quite disturbing when mixing..