Peirre's Fantasy Club* ‎– Dream Girl

Hot Mix 5 Records ‎– HMF 111
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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  • Matrix / Runout (A side): HMF- 111-A 12T719 8-88 576-14
  • Matrix / Runout (B side): HMF- 111-B 12T719 8-88 576-14
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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March 12, 2019
edited 2 months ago
Jancito303 is correct. Dream Girl and Fantasy Girl are Pierre classics. The Wet Dream Mix was the one in 1988 and took our minds away into the (Ph)uture with its relentless hypnotic bassline, occasionally but pleasantly interrupted by those wonderfully dropped soulful keys and yearning vocals. One of those tunes you just wanted to go on forever. Still sounds as timeless as it did then. The S12DJ-008 release (noted as Fantasy Girl and coupled with Acid Trax) despite apparently being mastered from CD is nice as well.


January 20, 2019
Want to absolutely tear it on an acid house revival party?
Drop Acid Over, transition to Jamie Principle Rebels, and then drop this (wet dream mix).
Can't get any better.


April 13, 2017

The Ralphi Rosario mix (B1) is amazing. Probably of the best Acid House songs that I can remember.


June 17, 2010
edited over 8 years ago
I heard "Dream Girl" the first time in the club "Space" in Ibiza in the year 1988 around 9am. It was far away from the club de non jours, but incredible back in that days. Back than i came from Germany without having any idea about acid house! I heard that sound and thought i was getting shot into a new millenium!! Until now "Dream Girl" is one of my alltime favorites. I guess it left a mark! Heavenly sweet, passionate and sentinental, touching the soul. Thank you for that great record....


October 15, 2001
edited over 17 years ago
The best way to use this classic cut is to mix out of the break with Farley's/John Rococo piano mix of Move.

This is classic house at it's best. Nothing beat riding around the Chicago skyline with this playing in the background.