Flaming June (song)

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This article is about the 1997 trance song . For the painting by Frederic Leighton, see Flaming June.

Flaming June is a 1997 hit trance song performed by BT from the Perfecto album ESCM. The track reached #19 on the UK Top 40,[1] is considered a dance anthem in the dance music scene,[2] and is widely referred to as an example of progressive trance music. Flaming June features co-production credits from German DJ and producer Paul van Dyk and was remixed by Chicane.

The title of the song seems unconnected with the well-known 1895 painting of the same name. According to BT, he got the name from a cab driver on his way to a recording studio who commented that it was "Flaming June", referring to the particularly hot weather that day.

Formats and Track listings[edit]

12" single version
  1. "Flaming June" (BT & PvD Original Mix) (9.14)
  2. "Flaming June" (Chicane Remix) (9.20)
Double pack 12" single version
  1. "Flaming June" (BT & PvD Original Mix) (8.50)
  2. "Flaming June" (Lemon D Remix) (8.13)
  3. "Flaming June" (H.H.C. Remix) (7.26)
  4. "Orbitus Teranium (Album Version) (8.28)
UK. Promo CD
  1. "Flaming June" (BT & PvD Edit) (3.46)
  2. "Flaming June" (BT & PvD Mix) (8.50)
  3. "Orbitus Teranium (Album Version) (8.28)
UK. Maxi Single 1
  1. "Flaming June" (BT & PvD Edit) (3.46)
  2. "Orbitus Teranium (Album Version) (8.28)
  3. "Orbitus Teranium (Lenco Shift Mix) (6.03)
UK. Maxi Single 2
  1. "Flaming June" (BT & PvD Mix) (8.50)
  2. "Flaming June" (Lemon D Remix) (8.13)
  3. "Flaming June" (H.H.C. Remix) (7.26)
  4. "Flaming June" (Simon Hales Orchestra) (5.12)
UK, Australian and European Maxi Single
  1. "Flaming June" (BT & PvD Edit) (3.44)
  2. "Flaming June" (Chicane Remix) (9.20)
  3. "Flaming June" (H.H.C. Remix) (7.26)
  4. "Flaming June" (BT & PvD Mix) (8.50)
US American
  1. "Flaming June" Track 6 (Digital Empire: Electronica's Best Disc 2) (8:38)
Global
  1. "Flaming June 2010" Track 12 (Anjunabeats: Anjunadeep:02 Mixed By James Grant & Jaytech)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chart Position sourced from Chart Stats, http://www.chartstats.com/songinfo.php?id=25408 ,retrieved on July 06 2007
  2. ^ Mixmag magazine, "His Royal Trancesnessness", August 12, 2001

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