The Brand New Heavies ‎– Brother Sister

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FFRR ‎– 828 557.2
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This version contains the shorter, reproduced "Radio Version" of Midnight At The Oasis from Midnight At The Oasis, which fades out to end. (An unfaded version of it, at 4:18, can be found here Various - Trippin' On Rhythms)
The original, 4:05 version can be found elsewhere

Mastered at the Townhouse Studios.

Simon & Andrew are Published by Sony Music Publishing UK.

Management... for Wildlife Entertainment.

MARKETED IN FRANCE BY BARCLAY AND IN GERMANY BY METRONOME MUSIC GMBH. (P) 1994 FFRR. THE COPYRIGHT IN THIS SOUND RECORDING IS OWNED BY LONDON RECORDS 90 LTD.

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  • Barcode (Text): 0 42282 85572 5
  • Rights Society: BIEM / STEMRA
  • Label Code: LC 7654
  • Price Code: BA 900
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 8285572 10306111 01 % MADE IN U.K. BY PDO
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 8285572 10306111 02 % MADE IN U.K. BY PDO

Other Versions (5 of 33) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
828 490.2 The Brand New Heavies Brother Sister(CD, Album) FFRR 828 490.2 Europe 1994 Sell This Version
828 490.2 The Brand New Heavies Brother Sister(CD, Album) FFRR, Acid Jazz 828 490.2 Europe 1994 Sell This Version
PRCD 5499 The Brand New Heavies Brother Sister(CD, Album, Promo) Delicious Vinyl, EastWest Records America PRCD 5499 US 1994 Sell This Version
2-92319 The Brand New Heavies Brother Sister(CD, Album) Delicious Vinyl 2-92319 US 1994 Sell This Version
3984 28244 2 The Brand New Heavies Brother Sister(CD, Album) FFRR 3984 28244 2 UK & Europe 1994 Sell This Version

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BalooDP

BalooDP

June 8, 2016
The UK Mix of this album is far superior to the US Mix. Just listen to the track "Dream On Dreamer" and compare to the two albums. It's like night and day. This disco stomper on the UK album features an awesome string section, punchy horns, funky guitar, and a highlighted bongo bridge. In the US mix, many of these elements have been stripped out to leave an absolute husk of a good song. I have no idea why they neutered the track this way, I suppose they felt that it sounded "Too Disco" for 1994 for the American market, and that the radio wouldn't play it. I think it really kept this album from charting higher to be honest.