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March 13, 2006 at 8:02 pm 2 comments

The Day The Music Died….

There will be no download from Really Saying Something today.
We are renaming today Black Monday to mark the passing of what the potential to become a musical insitution – we mourn the passing of PWL RADIO.

“It is a shame that this had to happen but we did not have the financial backing needed to keep the station running.

The original plan was to launch on Sky Digital and DAB and also other formats from the start 2 years ago, but this didnt happen.

The fact is an Internet only radio station will not survive. Radio makes its money from sponsors and advertisers and having the internet as the only platform is not attractive to big advertisers.

PWL cant keep putting money into PWL Radio and it has got to a point now where it is loosing money and so has to close.

Thanks to everyone who has supported and listened to the station since it came on air just over a year ago.”


March 13, 2006 at 7:47 pm 4 comments

When they said goodbye

[download When I Said Goodbye LIVE]

March 12, 2006 at 7:02 pm 3 comments

Don’t forget!

you can get even more STEPS over at http://dontstopthepop.blogspot.com/ who have posted more bonus & live tracks!

Head over there to grab Human Touch, To Be Your Hero, Never Get Over You LIVE, Heartbeat Remix & LSL’s sleazy.

As well as the original version of Last Thing On My Mind

March 12, 2006 at 6:46 pm 1 comment

The Last Dance

Push the furniture to the edge of the room, put on your glittery boob tube and turn up the volume!

We’re bringing you afew remixed gems that never saw a commercial release in the UK.
In 2002 STEPS’ final album The Last Dance was released – originally billed as an album of rarities, bonus tracks and such like. The final result was a PWL reliant package which was dominated by remixes – most of which had been available elsewhere.

The release catered only to the most hardcore of fans – and many believe was released only yo fulfil contractual obligations.

Really Saying Something today brings you the best of the unreleased mixes.

[download] Chain Reaction (Xenomania Mix)
[download] Summer Of Love (D-bop Tequilla Sunrise Vocal Mix)
[download] Stomp (John Palmer Club Mix)
[download] Learn To Love Again (Don Grant Mix)
[download] I Know Him So Well (Almighty Mix)
[download] Baby Don’t Dance (W.I.P Pushing It 12″ Mix)

March 12, 2006 at 2:49 pm 9 comments

All my dreams have come to nothing….

If Tragedy was steps official anthem, coming an extremely close second would be ONe For Sorrow.

A beautiful summer track that starts of as a beautiful ballad turning into a dancefloor stomper, about a lost love.
The track was remixed and used to try and crack the American market, with little success.

The track has become a fan favourite and norrowly missed hitting the number one spot – a recurring theme with many of the groups releases.
The video was shot in Italy, right next to the most glamourous of locations –  a sewage works!
One for Sorrow is also the most officially remixed steps track! Today we bring you 10 mixes of the track!

[download] Acapella Mix
[download] W.I.P Mix
[download] 12″ Mix
[download] Sleaze Sisters Anthem Mix
[download] Sleaze Sisters Anthem Edit
[download] Soul Solution Extended Mix
[download] Pimp Juices Acid Disco Dub
[download] Pimp Juices Summer Fung
[download] Tony Moran Extended Mix
[download] Tony Moran Underground club Mix
[download] Tony Moran Underground Club Mix Instrumental

March 12, 2006 at 10:17 am 10 comments

Not To Be Confused with STDs….

tsdIt’s February 1996 the Spice Girls are 6 months away, Eternal are riding high in the charts as the UK’s premier girl group and all of that is about to change…..

Claire, Bonnie & Cossie -TSD – are about to burst into the charts with their infectious tunes.
Well, maybe burst isn’t the right word – more like a damp fizzling defective firework, they sparked and just burnt out. Their debut single Heart & Soul limped into the UK singles chart at the dizzying heights of of number 69, the follow up Baby I Love You fared slightly better at #64

So what does TSD stand for? Absolutely nothing. Zip. Zilch. Nada.
It’s such a shame that their name sounds like a particularly virilant STD…
How did they come up with such an intriguing band name? “We just chose a letter of the alphabet we each liked” – now there’s real girl poweer for you!

However, it’s lucky for us that TSD were a failure. One member went to become ‘The Voice’ of one of the UKs most successful pop acts in recent history – Steps.

[download Baby I Love You] [Download Heart & Soul]

March 11, 2006 at 5:40 pm 8 comments

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