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The Offer - Cover Me mp3

The Offer - Cover Me mp3 Performer: The Offer
Title: Cover Me
Style: Trance, Euro House
Category: Electronic
Date of release: 1993
Country: Germany
Label: Eurostar
Catalog number: 39830185
Size MP3: 1842 mb
Size FLAC: 2965 mb
Rating: 4.7


1Cover Me (Extended Mix)5:47
2Cover Me (Spectral Mix)6:02
3Cover Me (Radio Mix)3:49
4Cover Me (Guitar Version)4:05


  • Artwork By [Cover Design] – Oliver Kratz
  • PerformerPatsy, PvLS
  • ProducerTritone
  • Written-ByPatsy Hohl, P. von Lanken-Schulz


(p)+(c) by Tritone Music
Cover Design for Tritone Artwork

Our regards to:
Stephen R. Donaldson, Alexandra Stadler, Doc Peer "The healer" Winter, T. Teubner, V. Simmering, DJ Ernesto, P. Balkhausen, Hagen P., HvLS, Susanne Ritter, E. Berger, The Hindelangs, Fips, Antje
Furth, Sabrina, Alan Gaskell, Babsi (The voice)

Patsy uses B&K-Guitars
This record is dedicated to Mickey Kearns, wherever you are!

Tritone Music supported by eli
Distribution by EUROSTAR


  • Barcode: 4 012175 301857
  • Matrix / Runout: BOD EURO 39830185


  • Distributed By – Eurostar


User reviews
I just got the CDM for 1 measly Euro. Great hypnotic classic trance and heavenly underrated. The Guitar Version is crap though, the Guitar simply ruins the delicate atmosphere present in the other versions. I probably would had rated this 5/5 if it wasn't for the dull Guitar Mix. I recommend either the Spectral Or Extended Mix. There is also a quite rare Razormaid Mix like Beyonder26 mentions. I'm not a fan of their mixes, but I will probably buy the compilation were the remix appears on. Still highly recommended and indeed a track designed for pressing the repeat button.
I've found this record 13(!) years after its release and i'm excited that not more people know and like this record!
There must have been a tragical error in the marketing sector of the record company, way back when Torsten Fenslau played this tune in his clubnight radio show in may 1993 for the first time.
Doesn't sound not a bit dusted or out of date after all this time, esp. its atmospherical piano-part and the vocals take their part it sounds timeless, organic and "natural", simply a kind of tune for which the repeat-button on you cd-player seems to be designed for.

Especially when driving on highways (at night!) be careful: This tune hHas a nearly hypnotical effect, slightly pitched up to 3-4%, in the Extended Mix or the rare Razormaid-Mix!
Brilliant work!