I was hear it some years ago, sounds familiar, more like to years 2007 - 2010 don't remember, hear again about 4 months ago in radio and can't find it that radio has songs from 2000 to now, i make my voice version of this song for don't forget what i hear and too for put an example of it, but i don't find anything, too search techno from 1990 - 2010 and don't find it.

The link of my voice version: https://files.fm/u/zf5nf7ggr

Hear the both tracks in link.

The song has a rhythmic, syncopated bassline that repeats the same note for a bar with the rhythm DAH-da-da-DAH, drops a whole step and does the same thing, drops a minor third, same, and then does something more complex.

  • Thank you for creating the voice version, this may really be helpful. But I'm afraid this is not enough per se and you really need to add more objective details to your question. This is techno music, right? Is there someone singing? If so, male or female? Any idea of the speed (bpm)? What instruments? (only synth?) In what country did you hear it? Was it a hit? (did you heard it repeatedly?) Etc. etc.
    – xhienne
    Jun 22 at 10:52
  • I find it today be casuality is Safri Duo - Played-A-Live, nah none signing. Jun 24 at 21:45
  • @xhienne yes i understand about the objective details, the problem i haven't more knowledge of that song than i hear it on radio, that one only plays songs from 2000 to now and the rythm for replay it in my voice version, i haven't knowledge about bpm of song, i only remembered it was like i hear, but now i hear some instruments too, i hear it in spain but i think that not cares because i hear too in internet somewhere but don't remember where, no i only hear it about 4 months ago again and in 2007 or 2010, i don't know nothing more about that song when i was searching it. Jun 24 at 22:24

The song is Safri Duo - Played-A-Live

at second 0:52 you can hear the same rhythm like i make with my voice.

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