Shades Of Rhythm ‎– The Sound Of Eden (Every Time I See Her)

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ZTT ‎– ZANG 22T, ZTT ‎– 9031-74925-0
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Shadie Side
A The Sound Of Eden (12)
Engineer, Mixed By – Ren SwanProducer – Shades Of RhythmWritten By – Hepburn/Lancaster/SlaterWritten-By – Lancaster*, Slater*, Hepburn*
4:58
Rhythmic Side
B1 Armageddon
Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Shades Of Rhythm, Tekno DreemWritten By – Hepburn/Lancaster/Slater/AnniesWritten-By – Lancaster*, Annies*, Slater*, Hepburn*
3:51
B2 The Sound Of Eden (Instrumental)
Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Shades Of RhythmWritten By – Hepburn/Lancaster/SlaterWritten-By – Lancaster*, Slater*, Hepburn*
5:00

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A - Recorded and mixed at Sarm East Studios.
B1 and B2 - Recorded and mixed at S/O/R Studio One.

℗ 1991 ZTT Records Ltd.
© 1991 ZTT Records Ltd.

The copyright in this sound recording & artwork is owned by ZTT Records Ltd. under exclusive license to Warner Music UK Ltd. A Time Warner Company.

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  • Barcode: 0 9031-74925-0 6

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ZANG 44 CD, 4509-93664-2 Shades Of Rhythm Sound Of Eden(CD, Single) ZTT, S.O.R. Recordings ZANG 44 CD, 4509-93664-2 UK & Europe 1993 Sell This Version
MB014 Shades Of Rhythm The Sound Of Eden 2004(2x12") Maximum Boost Recordings MB014 UK 2004 Sell This Version
ZANG 22 T Shades Of Rhythm The Sound Of Eden (Every Time I See Her)(12") ZTT ZANG 22 T Germany 1991 Sell This Version
ZANG 22, 9031-74924-7 Shades Of Rhythm The Sound Of Eden(7", Single) ZTT, ZTT ZANG 22, 9031-74924-7 UK & Europe 1991 Sell This Version
SAM 815 Shades Of Rhythm The Sound Of Eden / Armageddon(12", Promo) ZTT SAM 815 UK 1991 Sell This Version

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DC110770

DC110770

September 16, 2015

This in my opinion is one of the finest hardcore/house records of the 90's. The lyrics are spot on and have a meaning. The piano is catchy and uplifting. Ok it's not got the depth of other records but it's pure and a timeless classic.
Choc1ce

Choc1ce

June 24, 2013

I want a copy of the sound of Eden. Still sounds like the perfect summer time hardcore/house crossover anthem to this day. Its mellow and smooth and has catchy lyrics. One of 1991's finest records.
Jaym01

Jaym01

January 22, 2012
I read in a magazine that the guys from shades of rhythm were eating in a cafe and looking for somebody to sing vocals on a track and asked there waitress who said she would do it and that's apparently her on the track
more_music

more_music

May 12, 2010
Listening now in the cold light of day, you might criticise the slightly faltering lyrics and looped samples, but to the loved up crowds back in the summer of 1991 they captured perfectly the feel of the moment. This record would have everyone thowing their hands in the air, it was a club anthem like no other - a song that almost every raver seemed to love.
zykotik

zykotik

May 31, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
While Sound Of Eden is okay, it doesn't particularly stand out for me amongst any other "rave-lite" tunes from that era. The real beast on this EP is Armageddon, a screaming monster of a tune that truly causes your bones to shake. Take the stab from T99's Anasthasia, warp it to make it sound even more horrible, lay some massive breakbeats on top and you've got a tune that still causes people to stop what they're doing and get that "what the hell is THIS?!" look on their faces.
manchester

manchester

September 24, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

'The Sound Of Eden' is the finest piece of music to come out of the Rave scene in my opinion. It's a record that will truly stand the test of time because of it's undenying beauty and incredible euphoric feeling. A piece of dancefloor genius that makes guys as well as girls weep. Stunning Rave/House music that will light up any dancefloor, with a vocal and piano breakdowns to die for, backed perfectly by powerful but very funky beats. Fantastic!
metropolis

metropolis

March 14, 2002
If ever there was ever a choon that was made to get every single girl in the place on to the dancefloor, Sounds of Eden is it. You can't help but put your hands in the air, throw your head back, shut your eyes and sing like you've never sung before.

Awesome is a word that's over used these days but it's the only one I can think of to describe hearing this classic thro' a big powerful system.

BigDave

BigDave

March 14, 2002

People WILL know this massive tune instantly by the opening lines "here's another chance for you to dance with me - anymore". Originally released on promo way back in 1989 I belive and given a full (limited) release in 1991 on ZTT. Rumour has it that it will soon be re-issued (probably complete with a new dark 2-step remix) around APRIL/MAY 2002. If it does appear on the shelves of the underground record shops this year - expect it to outsell almost everthing else. It is still a massive tune and older (and wiser) DJ's are still giving it space in their boxes.