I prefer The Final Remix and Original Mix more - love both of them and can't decide which one is better. I actually thought creating a separate thread on trancefix about this track, just didn't have time.
This track is dedicated to Torsten Fenslau (one of the ex-members of Culture Beat, old friend of Oliver Lieb and one of the most influential producers of the late 80's-early 90's German dance scene) and Henrik Klein Rasmussen aka Little Jam (who made another one of my favourite tracks "Flaming Star", he died by suicide in 1997 after suffering depression).
Original is more spacey, with a nice intro, played a lot by Paul Oakenfold in the past.
Krystal - Burning Flame (Original Mix)
And the Final Mix has more "german" vibe and is more energetic. I'm ok with the vocal version, as there is also an instrumental one.
Krystal - Burning Flame (The Final Remix)
Wish I had them both on vinyl, especially the original - only 50 copies were ever made and the price on discogs goes up to €330 at the moment (though I'm not sure they are even selling such gem). I believe this one and "Lexicon 4 - Reach Me (Original Mix)" are probably the most desirable records I'd like to own.
I have never before heard about this release. Its Nosie Katzmann on vocals.. he and Torsten made this legendary tune back in the days:
Abfahrt - Come Into My Life (S.M.I².L.E. Version)
Nosie also wrote the lyrics for eurodance classixx like: Culture Beat - Mr. Vain, Jam & Spoon - Right In The Night, Intermission - Peace Of My Heart and for many, many more... strange to hear him on such an obscure limited release