Columbia Germany's Dream Dance series compiles up-to-date club music, providing around 40 tracks in each two-disc package. Although a fair percentage of the tracks included were bona fide dancefloor hits, there's a great deal of nondescript fluff surrounding them, making the sets ideal only for the most patient fan of trance and progressive house. Dream Dance, Vol. 2 includes Carl Cox's "Sensual Sophis-ti-cat," Jaydee's "Music Is So Special," Doctor Twilight's "Theme From Mission: Impossible," Trance A 190's "Harmonica," Dance 2 Trance's "Hello San Francisco," Jam & Spoon's "Follow Me," Visions of Shiva's "How Much Can You Take," and Scooter's "Cosmos."
Dreamland is the debut studio album by Robert Miles. It was released on June 7, 1996, in Europe, where it was a hit, and was also released in the United States about a month later, with a new track sung by Maria Nayler, "One and One." This new track became very popular and was later released as a single in the US and Germany. At the end of 1996, Miles released a new version of Dreamland, called Dreamland - The Winter Edition, in Germany. It was largely similar to Dreamland, but contains the tracks "For Us" and "One and One" (which was not released on the European version) and removes "Fable (Dream Version)", and was also released in the East Asian country of Japan.