Reese* & Vicky Fee / StrifeII Featuring Serenity (5) / Carbon Based ‎– In My Dreams / Just In Time To Catch The Sunrise / Cyclone (Mitosis Remix)

Electromagnetic ‎– EMAG004
Vinyl, 12", Limited Edition, 45 RPM

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A Reese* & Vicky Fee In My Dreams
Engineer – Maurice TrudellWritten By, Producer – Maurice Trudell, Vicky Fee
B1 StrifeII Featuring Serenity (5) Just In Time To Catch The Sunrise
Edited By [Vocals] – Robin PetrasEngineer, Lyrics By, Written-By, Producer – Robert Walker (3)Vocals – Margaret Joslyn
B2 Carbon Based Cyclone (Mitosis Remix)
Remix – MitosisRemix, Producer [Additional] – Sam GonzalezWritten-By, Producer, Engineer – Teemu Lahtinen, Toni Eronen

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Limited to 100 copies

℗ 2007 Electromagnetic/Electronica Exposed
© 2007 Electromagnetic/Electronica Exposed

B2 recorded at CD Studio, Finland.



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December 30, 2007

"In My Dreams" is a nice breakbeat hardcore tune with a happycore edge to it. Very upbeat and happy with some nice vocals by the wonderful Vicky Free, one of the few happycore vocalists who can hold a tune. Not a real pounding, epic tune, but a nice semi-relaxed tune to give the crowd some time to relax and enjoy quality music.

"Just In Time To Catch The Sunrise" is an interesting hardcore breaks tune, done slower in an oldskool style, but with nuskool style happycore vocals. Lyrics are pretty good, but the pitch variation in the vocals could be better. It's got a nice, short sample from the movie "Pump Up The Volume" in there too.

The Cyclone remix is a little crazy. I mean, I think it's breakbeat hardcore, or drum&bass, or noize. I'm not sure, but it's evil. Pounding breaks over freeform with a dark edge, not something for the happycore crowd. In fact, I'm not sure what it's doing on this record. I like it though, it's just different.