This track was preceded at each show by a recorded announcement: "Please welcome Miramar recording artist Tangerine Dream." Only approximately the first half of the track as released on Oasis was played. One can virtually hear the seam where the track is cut on Oasis! The second half of the track as played live is essentially just a bridge ramping down into Touchwood.
Mostly the same as the studio version (on the Rockoon Special Edition CD single), but with a few mildly altered e-percussion highlights. Linda Spa on lead sax; the final bar was doubled to allow a bit of extended sax soloing. The version on 220 Volt Live has a goodly number of synth highlights that are apparently embellishments not actually played live.
Only approximately the first half of the track as released on Turn Of The Tides and Dream Encores was actually played. Again, as on Waterborne, one can almost hear the split on the studio version where the track is severed.
The body of this track is the same as its namesake on 220 Volt Live, but the intro to this track on that album is a studio fabrication (which makes it sound like it leads off a set, which it never did). The "real" live version begins with a new music bridge that leads into the atmospheres you hear on 220 Volt Live just before the neurotic sequencer pattern kicks in.
Essentially the same as the 220 Volt Live version, though of course Edgar's guitar solo would vary from show to show. The very high-register guitar at the end of the solo on 220 Volt Live was not evident on any of the fantapes.
The live version was interspersed with Looney Tunes samples -- Bugs Bunny ("And now...on with the show!") and Daffy Duck ("Saaaay....this stuff works great!"). The samples do neither appear on 220 Volt Live nor on the Dreamtime CD single.
(All times rounded to nearest 15 seconds and include bridges following song, if any.)
Large parts of this section have been taken from the site What Dreams Are Made Of by kind permission of the authors John A. Burek and Mark Schaffer.