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Who Is....That Band, That DJ, That Solo Artist, That Group, That Singer, even That Tune? Through the chasms of Time & Space, over the masses of Listeners and Dancers, across the Oceans of Elixir and Knowledge foretold....Well, wherever the travelling Enquirer has come from "The Dark Tower" shall not fail their "Questions", as long as the "Question" is asked correctly and clearly. i.e: "Can you tell me who sang a song in the 1980's, it went something like dom, de, di, dom, dom, dom?" Though we are now an established "Block" that resides heavily within "The Internetwork", even we are immune to mind reading and mind control - for the moment at least - so please be clear.
E.P: PKA - Let Me Hear You (Say Yeah)
Track: A (Side)
Label: Stress Records
Cat #: SST1
Format: Vinyl 12"/45rpm
Country: United Kingdom
Credits: Producer - Philip Kelsey
Written By: Philip Kelsey
PKA - LET ME HEAR YOU (SAY YEAH)
PKA. Real Name: Philip Kelsey. 1990’s progressive house
producer and remixer for DMC, most well known for his dancefloor hit "Let Me
Hear You (Say Yeah)”, and PKA - Temperature Rising.
Also Created and Produced the PKA - Powergen 12" Single.
EP: PKA - Powergen (Only Your Love)
Label: Stress Records
Catalog#: 12 PKA 1
Format: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Style: Breakbeat, House
Credits: Producer, Engineer, Performer - Philip Kelsey*
Vocals - Narine (tracks: A1 to B1)
Written-By - Kelsey*
PKA _ POWERGEN (High Rise Mix) Rare.
Earthbound - One Nation, Trance Nation
Earthbound is a trance group from Borås, Sweden with the
following two members: Anders Eriksson and Fredrik Johansson.
Earthbound was formed in 1994 by Anders Eriksson, Fredrik
Johansson and Carl-Oskar Andreasson. After the first EP "Hypocondric Lovesick EP”
in 1996, Andreasson left the group.
In 1997, Earthbound released a single called "Heartbeat” and
in early 1998 they released "Everyone” that became a radio hit in Sweden.
But it was with "Essence of Life” in 1999 that the real
breakthrough came. The track was remixed by Skynet UK and John "00” Fleming and
was also released in England by Eve Records.
Later in 1999, the release of "One Nation - Trance Nation”
became Earthbound’s greatest success. The single was then followed by the
double-disc album, also called "Earthbound”. This album was also nominated for
a Swedish "Grammis” Award under the category "Best Modern Dance”.