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Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp - Feel So Real FLAC

Singer:

Dream Frequency

Album:

Feel So Real

Genre:

Electronic style

FLAC album size:

1948 mb

MP3 album size:

1230 mb

WMA album size:

1575 mb

Other music formats:

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Rating:

4.5 ✱

Style:

Breakbeat, House, Hardcore

Country:

UK

Date of release:

1991

Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp - Feel So Real FLAC


Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp - Feel So Real FLAC

Tracklist

Feel So Real (Frenzy Mix) 5:10
Euphoria (Force Mix) 4:09
Step Off (Orbit Mix) 5:09

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CBE 1263 Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp - Feel So Real ‎(12") City Beat CBE 1263 UK 1991
INT 125.933, CBE 1263 Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp - Feel So Real ‎(12") Blow Up, Blow Up INT 125.933, CBE 1263 Germany 1991
BB 2022 MX Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp - Feel So Real ‎(12") Bull & Butcher Recordings BB 2022 MX Italy 1991
9325 Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp - Feel So Real ‎(12") Flarenasch 9325 France 1991
CBE 1263 Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp - Feel So Real ‎(12", Gen) City Beat CBE 1263 UK 1991
CBE 1263 Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp - Feel So Real ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl, Sta) City Beat CBE 1263 UK 1991
CBE 763 Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp - Feel So Real ‎(7", Single) City Beat CBE 763 UK 1991
95250 Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp - Feel So Real ‎(CD, Maxi) Flarenasch 95250 France 1991
CBE 763CD Dream Frequency Feel So Real ‎(CD, Single) City Beat CBE 763CD UK 1991
X14384 Dream Frequency Feel So Real ‎(12") Liberation Records X14384 Australia 1992
INT 825.933, CBE 763CD Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp Dream Frequency Featuring Debbie Sharp - Feel So Real ‎(CD, Maxi) Blow Up, XL Recordings, City Beat INT 825.933, CBE 763CD Germany 1992
D 11183 Dream Frequency Feel So Real ‎(CD, Maxi) Liberation Records D 11183 Australia 1992



Riavay
Feel So Real is in my opinion the epitome of the 1992 piano rave feel-good tune. It has to be one of my all time faves, if not THE all time favourite of this period. Slamming bassline, break beat drums, loads of rave-scene club noises and fills, the strings, the piano drops, the quality screaming vocals. I really do think it is a perfect production than encapsulates a whole space and time of the heady, rave days. Yeah, it is quite commercial (and some would say 'cheesy'), but it has a hard grit to it that provides a great balance and formulates it into a well rounded masterpiece. Ian Bland not only "got" the northern piano club scene, but ran with it like a champion. I keep hearing a slightly different mix of it being played by some DJ's (such as Stu Allan) which isn't on the album or the Frenzy mix. I don't know what it is or where it comes from, but I'd be interested in finding a copy. The B-side to this record also delivers some chunky material that always reminds me of the north-west scene of the time, Bowlers, etc. Hardcore, uplifting, well made. I've spent many a happy time listening to this record.
Qutalan
Couldn't agree more. I used to go to a club night at the Boardwalk in Manchester and when this was dropped the place went mad.Euphoria (Force Mix) is also a banging tune.
Altad
BRILLIANT RECORD, AND WORTH HAVING FOR THIS MASSIVE TRACK ON HEAR, THAT DROPS LIKE A BOMB - B1 Euphoria (Force Mix)
Zetadda
Feel So real, possibly the most uplifting record EVER!
bass
Lieutenant Commander Data: "Our options have not changed." "We can either respond to the Pakled's demands or not, we can either use force or not" Commander Riker: "Allowing them access to our computers is a complete breach of security" Lieutenant Commander Worf: "Then FORCE it must be"! Has there ever been a better movie / TV sample used in the intro for a dance record as there is on 'Euphoria (Force Mix)'? The rest of the track is of course pure rave mayhem. 'Step Off (Orbit Mix)' is even more deliriously fun - break out your white gloves, glow sticks, fluorescent motorway jacket, and whistle for this one. 'Feel So Real (Frenzy Mix)' though is another level entirely. It is the ultimate feel good dance anthem. Less rave oriented than the other tracks on this release, it is more of an upfront house number, but with rave tendencies of course. With it's joyful piano keys, background orchestral sweeps, and female vs male vocals, this track is guaranteed to have you raving along, on the dance floor, at home, in the car, on the train, at a funeral - any and everywhere! Laurant Garnier fans may care to note his contribution to this tracks success. If ever you needed a sudden burst of adrenaline, look no further than the tracks on this release.

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