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Peppermint Lounge - Perfect High mp3 download
Singer: Peppermint Lounge
Title: Perfect High
Released: 1983
Country: US
Style: Synth-pop, New Wave, Minimal, Italo-Disco
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 845
MP3 size: 1524 mb

Peppermint Lounge - Perfect High mp3 download


A Perfect High (Radio Version) 5:15
B Perfect High (Instrumental) 4:29

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – WOM Musikverlag


  • Producer – Jörg Burckhardt
  • Written-By, Producer – Matthias Elvers


Super Sound Single

© Copyright by WOM Musikverlag · Kiel
® Reg. Warenzeichen der WOM GmbH · Kiel
℗ 1983

Made in Germany

Durations on label are not correct, actual measured times listed above

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 9813

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DE-183 Peppermint Lounge Perfect High ‎(12", Single, RE, RM) Dark Entries DE-183 US 2017
WOM 50 111, 50 111 Peppermint Lounge Perfect High ‎(12", Single, Blu) World Of Music, World Of Music WOM 50 111, 50 111 Germany 1984

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Here is a short, edited A/B test of the Dark Entries reissue vs the original 12":(links expired)I think they're pretty similar. If anything, the original pressing kinda edges the DE reiessue on the high frequencies.But it's minimal. A great reissue by Dark Entries in my opinion, well worth buying.
The original WOM file has expired... In my opinion it is obvious that the Dark Entries was mastered from vinyl.I returned my copy of the reissue because it is so bad.After getting my hands on an original 1983 copy I cannot agree with you that it's only the high frequencies which the Dark Entries pressing lacks. The whole stereo image is different, where the Dark Entries sounds very centered and over compressed. The first beat on the Instrumental Version is cropped at the beginning and both tracks are faded earlier than the original. The Instrumental misses a couple of seconds.
dark entries reissue coming november 6. unlike the flexx split w/ twilight ritual from a while back it properly replicates the original 12" artwork & tracklist so i'd hold out for this one
Haha, nice to read their review of the song on the DE page.I kinda feel special :P
Bought my 12" copy 15 years ago - 2 euro, sold it in 2007 - 80 euro. A cashcow if you find it.
An outstanding piece of music, which is quite hard to classify.For a start, the female vocals are very New Wave / Alternative Rock (think Siouxsie Sioux).Next, there is a fantastic throbbing bassline. Almost prototype EBM.Then there is an irresistible synth riff, which screams Italo Disco (the very highest quality kind, not the trashy sort).This riff transforms throughout the song, until finally it is released into a free-flowing workout that Klaus Schulze or Jean-Michel Jarre would be proud of.So yeah, it's pretty hard to classify this song. On the one hand you could say it's Italo Disco.But it's far too cool to be Italo Disco (and yeah yeah, I know there are cool Italo tracks).No. To me this falls more into the New Wave category. People will probably claim this for the Minimal scene, but to me it's a rather impressive rock song in an electronic suit.Whatever you want to call it, it is a sublime track.-----For reference, there is no "Full / Extended" version. The Radio Version is simply the original version. The Instrumental version replaces the vocal with a cheesy Italo organ riff (plus it ends a damn sight shorter than the listed duration, actually at around 4:25).Also, it is worth noting that the lyrics are inspired by the poem "That Perfect High" by Shel Silverstein.
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