Profound songs with deep bass heavy grooves, soul embracing vocals and powerful emotional Hammond organ and Strings arrangements are the Black Tulip trademarks.
Black Tulip's first release "Jam On It" was a well acclaimed club track reviewed in many international magazines and it reached a place in several dance charts.
Their second release "A Song Of Love (In Times Of War)" is a 120 bpm Garage strider pulsating a positive love and peace message with abrasive Hammond organ in compulsive replies to Wendell's vocals it sings of love, a dream that we should all work together to make come true.
In the UK, broadcast of this song has been banned from national airplay on Kiss FM and Radio One due to it's anti-war message (1991, Gulf War) and was played exclusively in the underground sound systems. "A Song Of Love (In Times Of War)" may be have been doomed from mainstream radio acceptance but it was certainly well alive and kicking in the clubs and in the UK underground Garage scene.