Cloud 9 (5)Do You Want Me

Cloud 9 (5) - Do You Want Me album cover
Label:Sub-Urban – SU2
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Style:House, Deep House, Garage House


A1Do You Want Me (Club Mix)8:04
A2Do You Want Me (Bonus Beats)3:00
B1Do You Want Me (Deep Dub)7:01
B2Do You Want Me (Dream Instrumental)4:04



Contains a sample (uncredited) of Surface 'Falling In Love'.

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Do You Want Me (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Sub-UrbanSU2US1992
New Submission
Do You Want Me / Everything's Gonna Be Alright (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Mispress)Sub-UrbanSU2US1993
Do You Want Me (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Locked OnLOCKED005UK1998
Do You Want Me (12", Limited Edition, Test Pressing, White Label)Locked OnLOCKED005UK1998
Do You Want Me (4×File, WAV)Sub-UrbanSU02DUS2007



  • UndecidedMarkus's avatar
    Do You Want Me (Deep Dub) sounds so ahead of its time.. It’s really surprising how it came out in 1992. Great song.
    • Hellskitch
      For 1992 standards, it sure sounds really ahead of its time.
      • chrisnova777's avatar
        the vocals from this track originate in a 1989 release by Andrea Martin i believe
        • jessejessej's avatar
          Edited 9 years ago
          Sounds like the keys sampled the beginning of Surface - "Falling in Love". I have the dusky release which includes the original, one of my favorites.
          • PARSLEY750's avatar
            I've known this track since release but as ever got chored from me bag ouch , Proper tune then and is now
            • AndroidHeaven's avatar
              I cannot fault this track. the majority of what I listen to is techno but this is a beautiful deep house groover. Simonelli is an underated producer and if i ever suggest his work to people I suggest they listen to this one. It will rock any dancefloor... its just such a warm, positive and uplifting track, but in such a laid back way. I hate to use a cliche but ' timeless classic' does fit
              • Pistachios's avatar
                Edited 11 years ago
                The deep dub (B1) shows that Simonelli knew how to produce sublime house music. I have no problem with the vocal but, for me, the instrumental has to be heard on it's own. I don't need anything else on top of that beautiful track. Dig it out and play it again.
                • kramtronix's avatar
                  Ahh, my first Sub-Urban record, and the first time I saw the name Victor Simonelli on a record. Classic Garage Track.
                  • pinkychukkles's avatar
                    Edited 7 years ago
                    Sheer class from Mr. Victor Simonelli, I take my hat off to you. First encountered this track on a Roger Sanchez mixtape from around '92 and it remained nameless for a long time, just that track on that mixtape. Fortunately one of my mates had it, and I could finally put name to track. Like most of Simonelli's work, by himself or with other collaboraters around this time, it's simple yet sublime. Tracks like these typify the Deep House Sound of New York in the early 90s.

                    A bonafide T.U.N.E.


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