Red Light DistrictDid You Hear Me?

Label:Additive – 12AD 025
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Style:Trance, Progressive Trance


A1Did You Hear Me? (Phase I Mix)8:05
A2Did You Hear Me? (Phase III Mix)4:55
AA1Did You Hear Me? (Phase II Mix)8:42

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Digitally recorded at Polaris Lab Studio Germany.

℗ 1998 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Additive.
© 1998 Additive.

Made in EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 724388555364
  • Barcode (Text): 7 24388 55536 4
  • Price Code (F): PM 212
  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout stamped): 12 AD 025 A ̶2̶-1-1- 1
  • Matrix / Runout (AA side runout stamped): 12 AD 025AA-1-1-

Other Versions (5)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Did You Hear Me ? (CD, Maxi-Single)Electronic, EMI Electrola, Additive, Positiva7243 8 85553 2 6UK1998
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Did You Hear Me? (5×File, WAV, Reissue)Planet Love ClassicsPTLC008Germany2012
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Did You Hear Me? (5×File, MP3, Reissue, 320 kbps)Planet Love ClassicsPTLC008Germany2012
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Did You Hear Me? (5×File, WAV)Planet Love ClassicsPTLC008Germany2012
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Did You Hear Me? (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Advance, White Label)Additive12AD 025UKUnknown



  • electronicaz's avatar
    Having loved this track forever I have just noticed Torsten Stenzel, one half of Red Light District, is the guy who remixed my own track 30 odd years ago when I was Love Groove and signed to Millennium Records, he remixed my track Dirty Laugh in case you're interested!
    • soulfood357's avatar
      Does anyone know the name of the preacher where the original vocal sample is taken from? Thanks.
      • Mr.TomServo's avatar
        Edited 2 years ago
        I absolutely love vintage '90s melodic trance ... but I've always thought this tune is vastly overrated. Maybe some people are really sweet on it because of the long, drawn-out spiritual sample, which is certainly fine (though I'm a secular guy, and the sound byte seems somewhat ironic anyway, given that he's appealing for money in a rhetorically sanctified cash-grab). Regardless, the melody---sort of like a digital-horn in its stylings, and a little too loud right at the break---is just "okay," or at best, "good." Indeed, to my mind, there are so many more amazing trance tracks from '98 and the late '90s more generally.

        To be clear, I have the record and did use it in some sets back in the day, I just don't quite understand the massive reputation given what else was coming out at the same time. So I await the angry trance-villagers with their textual torches and verbal pitchforks, but I can't go any higher than 3/5 for this one, its place in trance history notwithstanding.
        • Bigfella888's avatar
          22 years old and STILL gives me goosebumps....the phase II mix is where it`s at.......
          God didn`t hear you....he was too busy having a mix!!!!!
          • geogan's avatar
            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's avatar
              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's avatar
                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's avatar
                  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's avatar
                    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's avatar
                      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.


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