Major T. ‎– Keep The Frequency Clear

Hansa ‎– 74321 18943 2
CD, Maxi-Single


1 Keep The Frequency Clear (Clear Airplay Mix) 3:43
2 Keep The Frequency Clear (250 Hz Frequency Mix) 5:10
3 Keep The Frequency Clear (Frequency Mix) 5:09

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Cover says: Voices of "DJ BoBo" and "Intermission"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 4321-18943-2 6
  • Barcode (String): 743211894326
  • Matrix / Runout: SONOPRESS I-0055/4321189432 A1
  • Label Code: LC 0835
  • Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Other: F: BM 620

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
08 32535 20, 18944 1 Major T. Keep The Frequency Clear(12", Promo) Hansa, Hansa 08 32535 20, 18944 1 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
74321 18943 2 Major T. Keep The Frequency Clear(CD, Maxi) Hansa 74321 18943 2 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
08 32657 20 Major T. Keep The Frequency Clear (Remixes)(12", Promo) Not On Label 08 32657 20 Germany 1994 Sell This Version


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February 10, 2008
The cover saying "voices of DJ Bobo & Intermission" was an inside joke from the producer Dee Bass (Dieter Bohlen - founder of Modern Talking). Maybe another one of his many schemes, just a trick to get the attention, who knows. But the voices were definately not from DJ Bobo and Intermission. Anyone into 90s euro dance can tell that a second!
As far for the track, it was one of Bohlen's best productions in the mid '90s. Totally suitable for the 1994 euro dance (cheese?) scene and much more fashionable than his Blue System productions of the same area.


October 15, 2003
As with HIT THE FLOOR, Dee Bass (a.k.a. Dieter Bohlen) scored a notable success with the MAJOR T. project in 1994. On this debut single, the sleeve baits the listener to hear "Voices of DJ BOBO and INTERMISSION" singing in couple. Being no expert at identifying voices, I can't tell whether the male part was actually sung by DJ BOBO, whereas INTERMISSION is much more akin to herself.

Anyway, be prepared for a cross between "Somebody Dance With Me" and "Take a Piece of My Heart" with slight references to Bohlen's own project BLUE SYSTEM.

Overall, it's a solid dance track, if still somewhat a "typical" Bohlen-sounding, lacking a punch that luckily blessed a few songs to come under MAJOR T. next.

As a debut song off either project, "Energizer" was much more of a better-crafted digression for Dieter Bohlen.