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Your Smile

by Prism

thc009 : Piano Hardcore : 24 October 2007

Your Smile

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In May 1997, Prism set out to create one of the happiest, bounciest, most uplifting rave tracks ever recorded. The UK happy hardcore scene was at its peak between 1995 and 1997, with techno stabs, gabba kick drums and frantic piano riffs the norm. Using only a Roland W30 workstation, Prism came up with this track, originally entitled Hard Elements, which was renamed Your Smile and remixed into the well known Blue Album mix in July 1997. Later in the year the track went online and gave Prism his first exposure in the fledgling UK Internet dance scene.
Ten years on, Prism's piano hardcore anthem gets the remix treatment with this special anniversary release. Prism himself presents a happy hardcore remake, with Beat Doctor providing an electro house mix. Both the original Blue Album mix and the 1998 remix are also featured with remastered versions of the full mixes.

Download Your Smile - 2007 remix  Piano hardcore  [ 6:35 ]
Download Your Smile - Beat Doctor remix  Electro house / rave  [ 6:18 ]
Download Your Smile - 1998 remix  Happy hardcore  [ 6:00 ]
Download Your Smile - Blue Album mix  Happy hardcore  [ 5:59 ]

About the artist: Prism

PrismMusic style: UK hardcore
First Toucan track: Every Time (1996)
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Creative Commons Licence
Your Smile by Prism is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at http://www.toucanmusic.co.uk/licensing.php. This licence allows these tracks to be used for commercial purposes, including monetized YouTube videos and commercial radio airplay, free of charge and without payment to any third party performing rights organisation providing the artist and Toucan Music is acknowledged. Although the BY-ND licence does not permit derivative works, Toucan Music do permit free use of these tracks in mixed DJ sets.

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