Considered an undying anthem within club culture, "Plastic Dreams" never fails to bring smiles and yells from dancefloor revelers. Recognizable immediately by its droning synth and rolling organ riffs, this track has become a classic late night staple at inner city clubs. It has even replaced "My Eyes Don't Cry" by Stevie Wonder as the song of choice for dancers doing the hustle in some cities. Affectionately known in Detroit as the "Hustle Song," it was re-released as Plastic Dreams Revisited on Epic Records with mixes by esteemed remixer David Morales, who works the track in his classic N.Y.C. style, house producer Angel Moraes, who graces listeners with a deeper and more elemental reworking of the track, and, of course, not forgetting the original 12" mix by Robin "Jaydee" Albers.
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AllMusic Review by Ian Dinsmor