Wild Colour ‎– Dreams


Versions (8)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
2-43969, 9 43969-2 Wild Colour Dreams(CD, Single, RE) Kinetic Records, Perfecto, Reprise Records 2-43969, 9 43969-2 US Unknown Sell This Version
PERF105T, 0630-11002-0 Wild Colour Dreams(12") Perfecto, EastWest PERF105T, 0630-11002-0 UK 1995 Sell This Version
0-43969 Wild Colour Dreams(12") Kinetic Records 0-43969 US 1995 Sell This Version
SAM 6507 Wild Colour Dreams(2x12") Perfecto SAM 6507 Europe 1995 Sell This Version
SAM6507 Wild Colour Dreams(2x12") Perfecto SAM6507 UK 1995 Sell This Version
SAM1625 Wild Colour Dreams(2x12", Promo) Perfecto SAM1625 UK 1995 Sell This Version
PERF105CD, 0630-11001-2 Wild Colour Dreams(CD, Maxi) Perfecto, EastWest PERF105CD, 0630-11001-2 UK & Europe 1995 Sell This Version
PERF105CD, 0630-11001-2 Wild Colour Dreams(CD, Single) Perfecto, EastWest PERF105CD, 0630-11001-2 UK 1995 Sell This Version


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January 17, 2018
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Dreams, 2x12", SAM6507
Most cheesy Oakenfold record in my opinion, unlike the others.


October 30, 2017
referencing Dreams, 2x12", Promo, SAM1625
any one less ever notice B2 track ? like a hidden track no listed on cover or label or here ?...... only short like a radio mix or something still b side is one you want !


May 1, 2006
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Dreams, 12", PERF105T, 0630-11002-0

In spite of some reservations, I love this record! A cover of the Stevie Nicks classic that has more recently been re-worked by Deep Dish, this was the first time I actually heard this song in any form. As a result the power of the song itself and the mostly excellent mixes overshadowed the shortcomings in the vocal performance, which while not bad, does not match Stevie's. In particular some "diva" wailing sounds thin and strained.

Of the mixes, Oakenfold's Perfecto Mix is a trademark trancey pumper with a bloopy synth riff driving it along, while BT's mix (the best on this package and one of my favourite's of all his work) adds his trademark swirls and twiddles, plus a few extra minutes to make a more epic mix, his particular trademark. The Jeep Mix is a more downtempo diversion, and the Tin Tin Out mix is the only disappointment - a tacky nu-NRG affair which sounded pretty ropey at the time and now feels terribly dated.