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Blue AmazonAnd Then The Rain Falls

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And Then The Rain Falls (Blue Amazon Original Mix)16:04
And Then The Rain Falls (Angels Thunder Mix)9:50
And Then The Rain Falls (Blue Amazon Rain-A-Pella Mix)3:45

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    Cover of And Then The Rain Falls, 1997, VinylAnd Then The Rain Falls
    12"
    Jackpot – WIN016RUK1997UK1997
    Recently Edited
    Cover of And Then The Rain Falls, 1997, VinylAnd Then The Rain Falls
    2×12", 33 ⅓ RPM
    Sm:)e Communications – SM-9063-0US1997US1997
    Recently Edited
    Cover of And Then The Rain Falls, 1997-05-05, VinylAnd Then The Rain Falls
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single, Stereo
    S3 – BAS301, Jackpot – BAS301UK1997UK1997
    Recently Edited
    Cover of And Then The Rain Falls, 1997-05-05, CDAnd Then The Rain Falls
    CD, Single
    CD2
    Jackpot – BAS301CDX, S3 – BAS301CDXUK1997UK1997
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    Cover of And Then The Rain Falls, 1997-05-05, CDAnd Then The Rain Falls
    CD, Single
    CD1
    Jackpot – BAS301CD, S3 – BAS301CDUK1997UK1997
    Recently Edited
    Cover of And Then The Rain Falls, 1997, VinylAnd Then The Rain Falls
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo, Stereo
    1/3
    S3 – BAS3POO1Y, Jackpot – BAS3POO1YUK1997UK1997
    Recently Edited
    Cover of And Then The Rain Falls, 1997, CDAnd Then The Rain Falls
    CD, Maxi-Single
    DanceNet – JACK004-EPDAustralia & New Zealand1997Australia & New Zealand1997
    Recently Edited
    Cover of And Then The Rain Falls, 1997, VinylAnd Then The Rain Falls
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo
    2/3
    S3 – BAS3POO1X, Jackpot – BAS3POO1XUK1997UK1997
    Recently Edited
    Cover of And Then The Rain Falls, 1997-04-14, VinylAnd Then The Rain Falls
    12", Promo
    3/3
    Jackpot – BAS3POO1W, S3 – BAS3POO1WUK1997UK1997
    Recently Edited
    Cover of And Then The Rain Falls, 1997, CDAnd Then The Rain Falls
    CD, Maxi-Single, Promo
    Jackpot – BAS3PD1UK1997UK1997
    Cover of And Then The Rain Falls, 1997, CDAnd Then The Rain Falls
    CD, Maxi-Single
    Sm:)e Communications – SM-9063-2US1997US1997
    Recently Edited
    Cover of And Then The Rain Falls, 1997, VinylAnd Then The Rain Falls
    12", White Label, Promo
    Jackpot – 31 3001 21UK1997UK1997
    Cover of And Then The Rain Falls, 1997, VinylAnd Then The Rain Falls
    12"
    Jackpot – WIN016UK1997UK1997
    Recently Edited
    Cover of And Then The Rain Falls, 1997, VinylAnd Then The Rain Falls
    2×12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label
    Sm:)e Communications – SM-9063-0US1997US1997
    New Submission
    Cover of And Then The Rain Falls, 1997, VinylAnd Then The Rain Falls
    12", Promo, White Label
    Jackpot – BAS3 P001ZUK1997UK1997
    Recently Edited
    And Then The Rain Falls
    12", White Label
    Jackpot – BAS3POO1WUK1997UK1997
    New Submission
    Cover of 'And Then The Rain Falls Angel Moraes Rmx, 1997, Vinyl'And Then The Rain Falls Angel Moraes Rmx
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label
    2/3
    S3 – BAS3POO1X, Jackpot – BAS3POO1XUK1997UK1997
    Cover of And Then The Rain Falls, 1997, VinylAnd Then The Rain Falls
    12", White Label, Promo
    Hand written
    Jackpot – 31 3001 20UK1997UK1997
    Recently Edited
    And Then The Rain Falls
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo, White Label
    S3 – BAS3POO1YUK1997UK1997
    New Submission
    Cover of And Then The Rain Falls, 1997, AcetateAnd Then The Rain Falls
    Acetate, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single Sided, Single
    Not On Label – noneUK1997UK1997
    New Submission
    Cover of And Then The Rain Falls, 1999, VinylAnd Then The Rain Falls
    12"
    Vapour Recordings – VR12007Australia1999Australia1999
    Cover of And Then The Rain Falls, 1999, VinylAnd Then The Rain Falls
    12", White Label
    Vapour Recordings – VR12007Australia1999Australia1999
    New Submission

    Reviews

    • Booj1Boy's avatar
      Booj1Boy
      Edited one year ago
      Great track, but the A side has a weird pressing quirk. Starting at the break about 9 minutes in, (and especially at 12 minutes in), the track keeps losing volume until it's much quieter by the outro. The BPM also starts to drift after this, however the break allows for a good transition, so it's still DJ-able. These issues don't appear on the CD single version.
      • bertrandjp90's avatar
        bertrandjp90
        It seems some mixes play slower here, due to a sample rate issue. If you extract the track, and import it as raw data but with 48khz sample rate, it will play at the correct speed.
        Tracks 3, 4 are affected. The rest of the tracks seem to be at the correct speed.
        • Hazumuchan's avatar
          Hazumuchan
          This was one of those remix singles that shaped how I viewed remixes. The 15+ minute Javelin Mix was an epic journey, even if it took forever to get to the chorus. The Andy Ling one felt like a militaristic little slice of hard dance. Angel's Garage Dub floated through the ether, while the Blame D&B remake was very stellar indeed! Pure magic for me, this one was!
          • NicScarlet's avatar
            NicScarlet
            The previous reviewer pretty much hits the nail on the head. Forget the rest and head straight to the Angel Moraes Garage Dub. I wouldn't call it dark especially, more hypnotic, deep and moody - with that heavy bass-line underpinning the simple hook-line. I first heard this as the opening track on John Digweed's "The Winning Ticket" mix back in '97 and knew I had to track down an unmixed copy. One of those tunes you always remember.
            • ledjfab's avatar
              ledjfab
              Edited 17 years ago
              I own this single mainly for the unedited Angel Moraes version. Usually, it's played a little bit slower (as it appeared on the Sm:)e CD-Single). The track starts with a melodic loop that is replayed constantly for about 10 minutes, with the only vocals "And Then The Rain Falls". It's probably one of the darkest track I have heard in my life. It's like everything's been destroyed around you in an atomic war, and just when you think this is the worst thing that have ever happened: "... The Rain Falls..." I find it interesting under this point of view, and rather sarcastic.
              The Radio and Javelin mixes are very average stuff in my point of view. Nothing very special. The Blame remix is an Ambient/Drum 'N' Bass version with not much vocals. Can be played as background music. 3/5