Arome ‎– Somebody

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Overdose ‎– DOSE 074
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Sides are swapped on the label and sleeve, the DJ Scot Project Remix is actually on the A-side.

"Oh Yeah" sample original by First Choice - Let No Man Put Asunder (1983), better known as "Thousand" by Moby.
Vocal sample "Somebody Give The Lord A Handclap" is an interpolation (no sample) to The Hallucination Generation ‎– Somebody Give The Lord A Handclap (1992).

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TP9125MX Arome Somebody(12") Temprogressive TP9125MX Spain 2001 Sell This Version
DOSE 074 Arome Somebody(12", Gen) Overdose DOSE 074 Germany 2001 Sell This Version
DOSE 074 Arome Somebody(12", W/Lbl) Overdose DOSE 074 Germany 2001 Sell This Version

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Dj_Sigma

Dj_Sigma

October 2, 2010
edited over 8 years ago

The Scot Project Remix is 1 of the best Hardtrance tracks ever made in my opinion. Great build up, spine-tingling break and explosive climax. Like only Scot can, many people would say.

Nice trivia is that the vocal is copied 1 on 1 from the accapella of B.E.T.A. Unit - Somebody, a (little bit average) Cosmic Gate production. (http://www.discogs.com/BETA-Unit-Somebody--The-Clap/release/153805)
TerraTrax

TerraTrax

June 2, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

In 2001 Somebody (DJ Scot Project Remix) was hit no. 1 on the hard trance scene in Denmark. Specially when the whole track breaks down and the smashing theme blows out the speakers. Even though the track haven't been played much the last few years it can still be spinned and no doubt the crowd will freak on it.
DJ Scot Project's remix rocked the show totally so the Hangover Help mix wasn't played much.
Timunition

Timunition

May 27, 2004


The 'Hangover Help' mix has a pounding bass line and has a very dark melody, as though something very evil is about to happen! The breadown includes the effective use of the sample:'Somebody give a little hand clap'. This mix was favoured by DJ Mark E.G. on its release in 2001.
The 'Scot Project' mix is for the more progressive trancefloors but does pump along with its crisp production.