AcenClose Your Eyes (Optikonfusion!) (Remix I) / Close Your Eyes (The Sequel) (Remix II)

Label:Production House – PNT 034R
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Style:Breakbeat, Hardcore


AClose Your Eyes (Optikonfusion!) (Remix I)
AAClose Your Eyes (The Sequel) (Remix II)

Companies, etc.



Generic black die-cut sleeve.
No release date is given.
No durations given.

Published by FJR/Handle Music Ltd.
Manufactured in the UK

Incidental information:

Track A Samples:
Vocal from The Doors - A Little Game
Vocal from The House Crew ft. MC Juice - All We Wanna Do Is Dance - (Drop The Bass)
Vocal from Think - Once You Understand - (Overdose)
Vocal from LL Cool J - Mama Said Knock You Out - (Farmers (What?), Farmers (What?), I'm ready (We're ready!), I think I'm gonna...)
Vocal & guitar from The Beatles - Here Comes The Sun

Track AA samples:
Vocal from Public Enemy - Can't Truss It
Vocal from Public Enemy - Caught, Can We Get A Witness

The Beatles sample was removed on compilations (including 75 Minutes) due to copyright issues.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 018890 121342
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): PNT-034R-A PA 5938 'LUV U KAREN'
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side AA): PNT-034R-AA 'LUV U KAREN'

Other Versions (3)

View All
Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Close Your Eyes ('XXX' Mix) / Close Your Eyes (Vitamin 'E' Mix) (12", 45 RPM)Production HousePNT 034UK1991
New Submission
Close Your Eyes ('XXX' Mix) / Close Your Eyes (Vitamin 'E' Mix) (12", 45 RPM, Test Pressing)Production HousePNT 034UK1991
Close Your Eyes (Optikonfusion!) (Remix I) / Close Your Eyes (The Sequel) (Remix II) (12", Test Pressing, White Label, 45 RPM)Production HousePNT 034RUK1992



  • aidiothir's avatar
    Edited 2 months ago
    The non-Beatles version is the one and only great version of this track actually, and the only one worth having and playing.
    All the others, ('XXX' Mix), (Vitamin 'E' Mix), (Optikonfusion!) (Remix I), (The Sequel) (Remix II) are trash in my opinion.
    I have both PNT 034, PNT 034R on 12'' vinyls and they sound like shit, especially the original PNT 034 mixes. Both over-rated records. No kidding here.
    At least ''Optikonfusion! mix'' is similar yet inferior to non-Beatles version. That's something from nothing but.............
    Nothing like the greatness of trip 2 the moon trilogy, or window in the sky.
    But each on their own...........
    • oldskool4's avatar
      Breakbeat hardcore at its best 🔥🔥🔥🔥love this … BANGER .. anything acen
      • randyj's avatar
        Got a copy with the AA label on both sides of the record - otherwise, it's the same as the regular release with A side and AA side pressed (but with the AA side label on both sides).
        • ozbeatproject's avatar
          Legendary tune remembered well and looking at the Credits you would not expect anything less.
          • Stuck_In_1992's avatar
            For me, this song is so played out however I must remember that this very tune is what turned me on to U.K. Ardkore in the first place. If it wasn't for this my interest in dance music wouldn't have progressed passed Maurice This is Acid. Really the only bad thing about this record has nothing to do with Acen or the record itself. The problem is, this record got played in the United States way too much. Distribution for these records here was crap so American DJs played the hell out of whatever they could find and this record was always at the top of that small pile. It got rinsed at the Limelight, The Shelter, and at every single revival night after the fact. It's hard to love this record now since I heard it so often in the 90s. Though, if it wasn't for this one I wouldn't be here typing this review with the handle "stuck_in_1992" so I thank you Mr Razvi. Thank you for introducing me to this great dance music.
            • aidiothir's avatar
              Edited 7 years ago
              The non Beatles version of Optikonfusion! mix is highly better and more complete than the Beatles one, as with the late part of the track, after the omitted sample, is different with extra rave stabs and not so repetitive as the usual Beatles version. I was always hearing only the non Beatles version playing in radio stations back in time, and for my surprise i just discovered recently the Beatles version and realized that is the only one existed on this release. Where is the non Beatles version???? I can't find it and i need to buy it. Can anyone tell me where is it?
              • Jarren's avatar
                Edited 8 years ago
                Can someone please confirm the legend that the version without the "Here Comes The Sun" sample is labelled "(Optikonfision!)!!"?

                I have never seen a label with "(Optikonfision!)!!". Typo or not.
                • europa1705's avatar
                  Both top remixes, I was lucky enough to pick up the one with the Harrison sample for a couple of quid. The Sequel is not often played, but it should be; extremely creepy and sinister in places, although the bass can be a little heavy and drown certain parts out.
                  • fishing_daniel's avatar
                    Edited 11 years ago
                    i remember this tune from 1992, what a graet trak and a lot better than the first one. a must have!!!
                    • dj.xray's avatar
                      as others have said,get the one with the original george harrison on it,not the revocalised b.....ks.classic production house...made in london.banger!


                      For sale on Discogs

                      Sell a copy

                      45 copies from $10.53



                      Videos (4)