Eurythmics / Angel* ‎– Angel / Sweet Dreams (Nightmare Mix)

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RCA ‎– DAT 25
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Promo
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A Eurythmics Angel
Producer – David A. Stewart, Jimmy IovineWritten By – Lennox/StewartWritten-By – Lennox*, Stewart*
5:05
AA Angel* Sweet Dreams (Nightmare Mix)
Engineer – Ren*Producer – Dave Angel, Dave DorrellWritten By – Stewart/LennoxWritten-By – Lennox*, Stewart*
7:26

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A: ℗ 1989 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by BMG Ariola Munchen GmbH
AA: ℗ 1990 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by BMG Records (UK) Ltd.
Produced by Dave Angel & Dave Dorrell for A.M.P.M. Productions

D'n'A Ltd./BMG Music Publishing Ltd.
Marketed & distributed by BMG Records (U.K.). Ltd. Manufactured in the U.K.

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johnnybrookes70

johnnybrookes70

February 16, 2019
in my opinion this is by far the best mix of sweet dreams great intro great tune
8892sales

8892sales

May 19, 2018
Angel - Sweet Dreams (Nightmare Mix)

Trying not to repeat what others have already mentioned. This was the best example of a cover version or remix of the Eurythmics in my opinion. Creates a dark, moody, tense, gritty atmosphere. The other instance of it being sampled of what I recall is Lamborghini (Original) which this creams all over. Wasn't a big fan of that one to be frank.

The original white label titled Triple XXX of this is a really horrendous pressing though. The ones I've come across anyway. Slightly different intro aswell. Classic of classics.
bloodhoundcoverband

bloodhoundcoverband

November 2, 2016

equals master release of nightmare remix / angel - sorry none of the heavily wanted bootleg versions
ian_s

ian_s

January 31, 2015
edited 7 months ago
The owner of Blackmarket Records, Rene Gelston financed the white label release (500 copies) of this prior to it being signed by RCA. Angel had met Dave Dorrell in Berwick Rd market and Dave had rang up RCA to see if they would sign it. They initially refused to release due to the sample not being cleared, so Dorrell managed to get the ok from Dave Stewart. Angel then went into a professional studio and remixed it for the RCA release.