Set You Free - N-Trance
Set You FreeElectronic Pleasure dance 90s trance eurodance electronic
Set You Free is the first hit single from dance group N-Trance, featuring vocals from Kelly Llorenna. It was first released as a white label record in 1992, when Llorenna was still a teenager, and was given a full release the next year on the All Around the World record label, reaching number 81 in the UK Singles Chart. The following year the song was remixed and re-released, this time becoming their first Top 40 hit when it peaked at number 39 in April 1994. This release was re-issued in January 1995, entering at number 6 and climbing to number 2, making it N-Trance's highest charting single in their home country, a record it still has today along with their cover of Stayin' Alive by the Bee Gees. It spent 15 weeks in the top 75 and was the 17th biggest selling single of 1995, and was included on their album Electronic Pleasure. In Australia it peaked at number 11 and was the 39th biggest selling single of 1995. In 2001 the song was given a trance remix by DJ Rob Searle, returning the song to the top 10 when it peaked at number 4 in September that year. The song again appeared in the charts at the beginning of 2005, when it reached number 64. In 2008, the song was covered by Scottish indie rock band Frightened Rabbit and released as a b-side to their single Head Rolls Off. The song was also covered by Malcolm Middleton (formerly of Arab Strap) at the 2008 Latitude Festival.
N-Trance are an eclectic British Eurohouse/techno group, formed in 1990. N-Trance have had several hit singles of which their biggest include "Set You Free", "Stayin' Alive" and "Forever". The group was founded by Dale Longworth and Kevin O'Toole in Oldham, England in 1990. Other members have included Kelly Llorenna, Rachel McFarlane and Richard Lyte (Ricardo Da Force). Longworth and O'Toole met at The Oldham College, both being aspiring sound engineers. Show more ...
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