Blue Skies (BT song)

Blue Skies (BT song)

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"Blue Skies" is a song by BT with featured vocals by Tori Amos. Released as a single in the United Kingdom in October 1996, and appearing on the BT album "Ima", released in November 1996, it hit number one on the United States Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in January 1997.

"Blue Skies" also appears on the "Party of Five" soundtrack. Many versions (remixes) of the song exist.

CD single versions of the song:
# Blue Skies (Radio Edit)
# Delphinium Days Mix
# Paul Van Dyk's Errinern Indigo Mix
# Paul Van Dyk's Blauer Himmel Dub
# Robbers Of Antiquity Alien Disco Mix

12" single versions of the song:
# Blues Skies (Radio Edit)
# Rabbit in the Moon's Phathomless Mix
# Deep Dish Blue Phunk Mix
# Deep Dish Blue Phunk Dub
# BT's Liquid Oxygen Dub

The album "Ima" includes the original version of "Blue Skies", as well as the Delphinium Days mix.

ee also

* Number 1 Dance Hits of 1997
* List of artists who reached number one on the U.S. Dance chart
* Other Tori Amos songs that have hit number one on the dance charts:
** "Professional Widow"
** "Jackie's Strength"


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