In the Meantime, In Between Time

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In the Meantime, In Between Time
EP by The Party
Released September 17, 1991 (U.S.)
Recorded 1990
Genre Pop, dance-pop, teen pop, bubblegum pop
Label Hollywood / Elektra Records
Producer Jellybean Benitez, Stephen Bray, Albert Fields, Julian Raymond, Andre Williams, Keith Williams
The Party chronology
The Party
(1990)The Party1990
In the Meantime, In Between Time
Singles from In the Meantime, In Between Time
  1. "In My Dreams"
    Released: 1991
  2. "Private Affair"
    Released: 1992

In The Meantime, In Between Time is a 1991 album released by pop group The Party. The album features covers and remixes and was intended to keep fans occupied until The Party finished their next album, but the EP took on a life of its own. The cover of the Dokken song "In My Dreams" ended up being the band's biggest hit on the charts, peaking at #34 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #35 on the Billboard Hot Dance chart.[1] "In My Dreams" would land the group an appearance on Club MTV, a return to MMC, another Disney Channel special entitled, Go Party!, and another concert tour opening for Hi-Five.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "In My Dreams" (Don Dokken, George Lynch, Jeff Pilson) - 3:35 - Deedee
  2. "Private Affair" (Diane Warren) 4:14 - Albert
  3. "Sugar Is Sweet" (Remix) (Billy Steinberg, Tom Kelly) - 3:53 - Deedee & Albert
  4. "I Gotcha" (Albert Fields, Chase Hampton, Damon Pampolina) - 4:05 - Albert & Chase
  5. "Adult Decision" (Remix) (Allee Willis, Danny Sembello) - 4:16 - Deedee
  6. "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding?" (Nick Lowe) - 4:12 - Chase & Albert
  7. "I Know What Boys Like" (Christopher Butler, Merovigian) - 3:49 - Tiffini
  8. "Spiders and Snakes" (Jim Stafford, David Bellamy) - 3:40 - Damon
  9. "That's Why" (Power Mix) (Stephen Bray, Linda Mallah) - 4:16 - Albert
  10. "My Generation" (Pete Townshend) - 3:20 - Damon


  1. ^ ""In My Dreams" Chart History". Retrieved 2009-11-02.