React 2 Rhythm ‎– Whatever You Dream

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Intoxication (Dubfield Mix) 8:01
Shine 4:35
Peace 4:37
All Or Nothing 4:44
Whatever You Dream (Dark Mix) 6:31
Nu-Yorker Magic 5:06
Strangest Dream 4:28
I Know You Like It 5:59

Versions (5)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GRCD 002 React 2 Rhythm Whatever You Dream(CD, Album) Guerilla GRCD 002 UK 1992 Sell This Version
X2-13150 React 2 Rhythm Whatever You Dream(CD, Album) Guerilla, I.R.S. Records X2-13150 US 1992 Sell This Version
GRMC 002 React 2 Rhythm Whatever You Dream(Cass) Guerilla GRMC 002 UK 1992 Sell This Version
X4-13150, X2-13150 React 2 Rhythm Whatever You Dream(Cass, Album, Dol) Guerilla, I.R.S. Records X4-13150, X2-13150 US 1992 Sell This Version
GRLP002 React 2 Rhythm Whatever You Dream(LP) Guerilla GRLP002 UK 1992 Sell This Version

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devotown

devotown

September 17, 2019
referencing Whatever You Dream, Cass, Album, Dol, X4-13150, X2-13150
A U.S. promotional cassette also exists. Guerilla, I.R.S. #X4-13150 with same tracks. White lettering on clear tape case. J-card is black and white and features text only, no design like commercial release.
adylee

adylee

February 7, 2019
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Whatever You Dream, CD, Album, GRCD 002
i remember picking the CD single The Complete Intoxication from Virgin records (remember them...) back in the early 90's for the Original mix' strange it isn't included on here... (although the dubfield mix is better a choice then the clubfield mix) it would have been better suited and has a nice "warm" 90's feel sound to it.....i dont see it on any other releases either.
also the UK and US release are vastly differnt in sound quality/volume...
mjb

mjb

October 14, 2017
referencing Whatever You Dream, CD, Album, X2-13150

As reviewed by me in August 1994:

Summary: A quality example of the analogue-rich trance sound of 1992 that is easy to find and painless to listen to.

Even though I liked "Intoxication" I always passed over this album when I saw it 2 years ago. I should have taken a chance on it; it is great! It's not IDM or nothing, but it's some of the most coherent, musical trance techno I've heard. This is miles away from the kind of trance being put out now by Cosmic Baby, Sven Vath and that crowd. The cuts on this album are fuller, richer, and far less formulaic than its successors. It could have been better if they had included the original version of Intoxication in addition to the Leftfield remix, but there's really not a dud on the whole disc. The female jazz vocals on the first half unobtrusively complement the last 4 tracks' dancefloor-driving intensity. Maybe not ahead of its time or particularly experimental, React 2 Rhythm's debut album is at the very least one of the high points of 1992's trance explosion. Let's hope they keep up the quality on future releases, unless they've decided to regroup as Where Are They Now.
RobMo

RobMo

April 21, 2014
referencing Whatever You Dream, CD, Album, GRCD 002
The most criminal thing about this album release is there was never a follow up. This R2R album, a collection of tracks (well programmed across the disc), hints at further directions. Intoxication has now become the only HIT from this that still appears on many compilations from the 90's. The other notable track 'whatever you dream' occasionally appear, but, this entire collection is a 'Swiss Army Knife' of dance music when it was interesting, when it begged and borrowed from other genres and moods, when it was unafraid to do something quite leftfield (no pun intended). My CD still sits proudly in my collection to this day, and still sounds fresh. BUY IT