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Bedrock Feat. KYOFor What You Dream Of...

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For What You Dream Of... (Full On Renaissance Mix)
For What You Dream Of... (Instrumental Edit)
For What You Dream Of... (Panel Beater Dub)

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    Cover of For What You Dream Of..., 1993, VinylFor What You Dream Of...
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM
    Stress Records – 12 STR 23UK1993UK1993
    Cover of For What You Dream Of..., 1993, VinylFor What You Dream Of...
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single, White Label
    Stress Records – 12 STR 23UK1993UK1993
    New Submission
    Cover of For What You Dream Of, 1996, VinylFor What You Dream Of
    12", Limited Edition, Promo
    Blue
    Stress Records – BED 2UK1996UK1996
    Recently Edited
    Cover of For What You Dream Of (Blue Amazon Remixes), 1996-05-20, VinylFor What You Dream Of (Blue Amazon Remixes)
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM
    Stress Records – 12 STRX 23UK1996UK1996
    Cover of For What You Dream Of, 1996, VinylFor What You Dream Of
    12", Promo
    Stress Records – BED 1UK1996UK1996
    Cover of For What You Dream Of, 1996-05-20, CDFor What You Dream Of
    CD, Single
    Stress Records – CD STR 23UK1996UK1996
    Cover of For What You Dream Of, 1996, VinylFor What You Dream Of
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM
    Quality Music (2) – QLPS 7251Canada1996Canada1996
    Cover of For What You Dream Of, 1996, CDFor What You Dream Of
    CD, Single
    Quality Music (2) – QCDS 7251Canada1996Canada1996
    Recently Edited
    Cover of For What You Dream Of, 1996, VinylFor What You Dream Of
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM
    Vintage – VIN003Netherlands1996Netherlands1996
    New Submission
    Cover of For What You Dream Of, 1996, CDFor What You Dream Of
    CD, Maxi-Single
    Crash Bang! Records – CB696DAustralia1996Australia1996
    Recently Edited
    Cover of For What You Dream Of, 1996-05-20, VinylFor What You Dream Of
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM
    Stress Records – 12 STR 23UK1996UK1996
    Recently Edited
    Cover of For What You Dream Of, 1996, AcetateFor What You Dream Of
    Acetate, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single
    Loud Mastering – noneUK1996UK1996
    New Submission
    Cover of For What You Dream Of, 2002-12-09, VinylFor What You Dream Of
    12", 45 RPM
    S12 – S12DJ070UK2002UK2002
    Recently Edited
    Cover of For What You Dream Of, 2004, VinylFor What You Dream Of
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM, Reissue, Repress
    S12 – S12DJ070UK2004UK2004
    New Submission
    Cover of For What You Dream Of, 2009-09-12, VinylFor What You Dream Of
    12", Single Sided, White Label, Unofficial Release
    Not On Label (Bedrock) – FWY100UK2009UK2009
    New Submission
    Cover of For What You Dream Of, , VinylFor What You Dream Of
    12", White Label
    Stress Records – Bed 1UKUK
    New Submission
    • geogan's avatar
      geogan
      Edited 4 months ago
      Absolute classic - and the amazing thing is, 10:51 long and it doesn't even start the bass until 2:40 into the track... main vocal doesn't begin until 3:40!
      • sy1975's avatar
        sy1975
        First came to light on Sasha's "givin it up" Kiss FM 3 hour mix in Feb 1993. Diggers made a guest appearance and played the original white label mix that at the time he called "The 5th Essence". This was without a doubt was the first mix, minus the vocals and has a different arrangement but I have no doubt became "For what you dream of"...worth listening to this mix on mixcloud.
        • sy1975's avatar
          sy1975
          Amazing tune - Digweed and Muir sampled https://www.discogs.com/Mysterious-You-Gave-Me-Love/release/262809 (You gave me loop)as the inspiration for the drum loop intro to this tune.
          • adamalada's avatar
            adamalada
            Edited 2 years ago
            Screams trainspotting, which isnt a bad label considering how epic the film is, but as a dance music fan since 1997, I had never heard this out until Bedrock's 12 birthday at Brixton academy in 2010. Already had 2 hours of Carl Cox, 3 of Marco Bailey then Digweed comes on and tears the place apart. This was his encore one more and fuck me the place exploded. Never heard it out ever before, or ever since and I think i would like to keep it that way considering how mental everyone went when this came on. And with the Brixton Academy soundsystem, you can imagine how awesome it sounded.
            • FAUX.CODA's avatar
              FAUX.CODA
              OG Renaissance mix retains its 'ultimate' status but the Beach House mix here is quality 'round-midnight club filler indeed. The sort of tune you might go past because its not amazing on first listen, but it's always wise to keep some of these tracks on hand for extended house sets..

              The Future 101 mix hasn't aged very well sonically, and would barely stand up in a prog set today. It sounds too 'remix-y' and has no real magic of its own.

              This pressing is also a particularly satisfying shade of blue, so there's that too I guess!
              • Shane54's avatar
                Shane54
                Job Jobse dropped this at the Beacon Festival By Night programme here in Auckland last weekend. Having loved this song since I first encountered it watching Trainspotting almost a quarter of a century ago, this was intensely meaningful to me.

                I highly recommend both the tune and Job Jobse.
                • Jarren's avatar
                  Jarren
                  Edited 4 years ago
                  Pure class from start to finish. No matter what your preference (House, Techno or Trance), you have to bow to the sheer power of the Full On Renaissance mix.

                  While it's clearly a blueprint for true Progressive House, it was respected right across the board.

                  Smooth vibes to please House aficionados, hard energy to appease the Techno crowd, enough melody to satisfy the burgeoning Trance scene.

                  Sublime.
                  • the1uncle's avatar
                    the1uncle
                    This is the mother of all prog-trance anthems. It is unbelievably driving and energetic and is incredible to think it's now 25-years old. The 'Full on Renaissance' mix truly is tear-jerking stuff.

                    Rather unusually, for the time, Digweed & Muir eschewed the typical 'little girl lost' ethereal vocals that graced the majority of prog/early epic house in favour of the powerhouse lungs of Carol Leeming, who you may be familiar with from 'Joy' by Staxx. And that is what lends 'For What You Dream of' a true uniqueness; never mind the ad-lib and piano arpeggios towards the end. Gives me shivers just thinking about it.

                    This track will truly never die. We'll all be sat here in another quarter of a century's time banging on about how contemporary-sounding it is, and how they really don't make 'em like this anymore. Which they don't.
                    • Johnmarcus's avatar
                      Johnmarcus
                      Massive track, that simply rocks, from the moment the track starts you know you are in for something special and it doesn't disappoint, with its big bold beats, synth rifts that evolve through the track, driving rhythms, epic breakdowns, piano and of course the vocal. The big sound, feel and energy of this track make it almost the perfect club track. Huge huge track, and one of my all time favorites.
                      • dj_norf_yurksha's avatar
                        I couldn't agree more, bona-fide classic, whatever style of house/prog/trance you want to it, defies silly sub genres.

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