Perpetuous Dreamer

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Perpetuous Dreamer was an alias of Armin van Buuren, which is known for the songs "Future Fun-Land", "Dust.wav", and "Dub.wav". These songs have also been produced in various remixes. One of the group's releases, entitled, "The Sound of Goodbye" went to number one the US dance chart.[1] This is one of Armin's early aliases (something very common in the trance genre). This alias has been halted and only had three releases to date in which Armin collaborated with a few artists. Armin now has only two other active aliases known as Gaia and Rising Star. The alias might be revived by Armin in the future, however it seems unlikely.

Releases[edit]

Future Fun-Land[edit]

The first release was called Future Fun-Land. It was released on September 1 1999 on the label Playground Productions. It contained the original instrumental mix, the vocal mix and a bonus song known as "Discended Fun-Land".

Track Writers Length
Future Fun-Land (Original Mix) Armin van Buuren 7:15
Future Fun-Land (Vocal Mix) Armin van Buuren 7:13
Discended Fun-Land Armin van Buuren 7:33

The Sound of Goodbye[edit]

This was the biggest Perpetuous Dreamer release. It is important to note that this track was not released under its original Perpetuous Dreamer mix. Instead Armin van Buuren released it as a variety of remixes. He himself put out two remixes of this track known as the "Armin van Buuren Tribal Feel Remix" and the "Rising Star Remix".

This track was later re-released under the name Armin van Buuren - The Sound of Goodbye. There is a common misconception that the Simon & Shaker Remix is the original mix of the song.

This track contains uncredited vocals from Elles de Graaf.

Track Writers Length
The Sound of Goodbye (Armin van Buuren Tribal Feel Remix) Armin van Buuren, Fuel 2 Fire 8:45
The Sound of Goodbye (Armin van Buuren Tribal Feel Dub Remix) Armin van Buuren, Fuel 2 Fire 8:16
The Sound of Goodbye (Rising Star Remix) Armin van Buuren, Fuel 2 Fire 10:46

Dust.Wav[edit]

Released on December 24, 2002 on Armind. Later released on RazNitzan.

Dust.Wav contains uncredited vocals from Elles de Graaf.

Track Writers Length
Dust.Wav (Rising Star Remix) Armin van Buuren, Adrian & Raz 10:00
Dub.Wav Armin van Buuren, Adrian & Raz 8:50

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). Hot Dance/Disco: 1974-2003. Record Research. p. 201.