Rhythm Quest ‎– The Dreams EP

Network Records ‎– NWKT 40
Vinyl, 12", EP, 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM

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Mastered at J.T.S. Studios
Recorded and Mixed at Moonraker Studio (Manchester)
and Geralds Place (Manchester)
℗ Network 1992
© Zap Art 1992

Side A plays at 45 RPM
Side B plays at 33 ⅓ RPM

Vocal sample is taken from Mariah Carey - Someday.
Track A samples vocal from The Mohawks - The Champ

B1 samples Robert Englund from Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare (1991)

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  • Barcode: 5 016846 102360
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): NWKT 40 A₂ * MAX *-J.T.S.-*
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side B): NWKT 40 B₂ * MAX *-J.T.S.-*

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June 11, 2018

Best Version Hands Down (Or Up!!!) Is Closer To All Your Dreams (Hibrid Mix)...Played At Raven 6 And Everywhere Else! Play It Loud And Rush Your Nuts Off...As A Footnote Someone Here Refers To The Tune As Cheesy? That Is One Thing This Tune Is Not, So It Might Not Be To Everybody's Taste But Calling It Cheesy Is A Tad Harsh For What Is A Great Track..


February 2, 2014
edited 3 months ago
The best track on the master release edition is "The Dream People" by a country mile in my not so humble opinion. Proper, underground hardcore. Underrated, underplayed and undervalued. Compared to the overplayed, cheesy hibrid mix of title track which everyone and their soppy, smelly, old stinky dog bang on about. Pure cheesy kaka.

The best version overall of "Closer" is the "Truly Happy Mix" - which ironically isn't that happy, but rather dark in its vibe, although still totally epic.


July 6, 2011
edited over 6 years ago

i agree with bottom coments,, it is a classic tune,, and if any old skool heads wouldnt remeber this,, he or she must of taken too much drugs or something illegal,, LOL. thanks for info i didnt know what it sampled or anything as metioned below.. cheers... TOP TUNE...



April 29, 2011
edited over 7 years ago
Vocal Samples is taken from the mariah carey song someday and all so used on the nipper -now thats wot i call a bootleg record too.


June 9, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

Much has been raved about the Hibrid Mix of Closer To All Your Dreams, and it IS a classic tune from hardcore’s glorious 1992, even without sounding extremely 1992-like. The first break has the Mariah Carey sample over piano and strings, then the bass and the drums simultaneously kick in, and that might make for a climax on almost any dancefloor.
The two other tunes on this record often go unnoticed, yet deserve a mention as well.
The Piano Mix builds upon a formula tested by Bizarre Inc., Dream Frequency et al., profits from neat production, and the piano featured is really nice (not the same one as in the Hibrid Mix).
The Dream People is clearly the most hardcore tune of the pack. It’s dark, has nasty synths and uptempo breakbeats, and production-wise it is in touch with the leaders of the scene in early ’92.