Red Light District ‎– Did You Hear Me?

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Additive ‎– 12AD 025
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Did You Hear Me? (Phase I Mix) 8:05
A2 Did You Hear Me? (Phase III Mix) 4:55
AA1 Did You Hear Me? (Phase II Mix) 8:42

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  • Barcode: 724388555364

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
7243 8 85553 2 6 Red Light District Did You Hear Me ?(CD, Maxi) Additive, EMI Electrola 7243 8 85553 2 6 Germany 1998 Sell This Version

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geogan

geogan

March 9, 2016
Loved this track for years. To be honest I have often thought while listening to it, that I would love to have this track blasted out of church speakers during my own funeral. Powerful breakdown/speech and then slams back in at full power/volume. amazing track!
mallam

mallam

May 26, 2015

an absolutely messy and strange trancer from taucher thoughtfully provided with very hard to mix in and out of structure...but the big breakdown with the god speech is a must for any late 90s hard trance fans pure quality
djease

djease

November 14, 2014

16 years late. Dunno how this gem of a tune passed me by. Picked up on wax only today. I am embarrassed to be so late!
electronicaz

electronicaz

October 22, 2008

Mind-blowing trancer from a couplpa geniuses.... In 5/4 timing too for you saddo musicians out there like me, most unusual but feckin amazin when stompin to it in a major kinda fashoin... Also, samples came from R&S track - House Of God by DHS cat - RS 9115... How's that for mega sad... although I bet someone else will tell us a prior release that those samples came from too! Long live the dedicated music masters that we all proclaim to be...! Hurrah!
Drevilc

Drevilc

July 7, 2008

This is a truly amazing track. Yes the lyrics do tend to get into the religous cult weird territory, however if you ignore that, the track itself takes you away from it all into a great place. I must admit this track is one of my all time classics. I give this the "Best in dance tracks ever award". I first found this on a pre recorded mix cd which my mate took on holiday to Ibiza in 1998. I kept having to repeat it as I enjoyed it so much, as did all the other girls on that particular holiday. I tracked down the song again and managed to get it on vinyl and have been very happy ever since. I would definately use this track in any mix I ever did. I cannot get enough of this track. I would like to know if anyone knows anything of the artist Red Light District? As this song is as brilliant as the areas! Right on Red Light District. If you havent heard it and you like progressive trancey house, it is definately a must listen too. My total best wishes Dr Evil C in the House.
richg101

richg101

May 22, 2008
An absolute gem from back in 1998. Produced by heroes of the era 'Torsten Stenzel' and 'Dj Taucher'. I remember this track being one of the most standout tracks included in Ministry of Sound's first 'Clubbers Guide to Ibiza' double cd.

The track is built around a non typical dance melody structure. Unlike the usual group of four bars' setup, the melody of this track spans over five bars making it extremely hard for a dj to mix in and out of.
psymonkey

psymonkey

July 8, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

The Reverend’s speech on this album is an all-time classic. Absolute pure 100% televangelical comedy! And I quote "Now let me tell you something. We are still beautifying God's house, and I need 100 people to write me this week, and send in a little offering of fifty dollars or more. Let God use you this week, for his glory. Let us beautify the house of God together; I am excited about the house of God. I am Excited! And I believe it's time that all of us fall in love with the house of God. Oh we love all the houses, but it's time to fall in love with God's house, to fall in love with doing something, for the house of God. I need at least 100 of you listening now, to write me and send me fifty dollars or more this week, for the ministry itself. For the work of God, for the beautification of the house of God. And when you send something for God's house, God's gonna put a miracle in your house." Absolute comedy. A must have record for the humor alone, and a pretty damn good track to begin with. Extremely long break-down but well worth it for the entertainment value alone!
spoons

spoons

September 8, 2003

I listened to this recently for the first time in years and it took me right back and reminded me that I actually find this track a bit disturbing. Its' a bit deep and dark for trance.