Dream Frequency

 
 
Dream Frequency are an English house and hardcore band, formed in Preston, Lancashire. It was founded in the late 1980's  and consisted of Ian Bland and American singer Debbie Sharp. They initially performed at local events in the English rave clubs such as Shelley's. By 1990 they released, "Love, Peace And Harmony" and 'Live the Dream' (name taken from the infamous Blackburn rave at the time) on the Citybeat label. They almost got signed to Madonna's Maverick label in 1993 until they found out that vocalist Debbie Sharp was pregnant and stopped negotiations.
 
In early 1992, the project gained their first hit single with "Feel So Real", which peaked at #23 in the UK Singles Chart. Shortly thereafter, "Take Me" (1992) reached #39 in the UK chart. In 1994. They also had two small hits with "Good Times" (1994)  which reached #67 and "You Make Me Feel Mighty Real" (1994) which reached #65. After a long pause, Dream Frequency became active again at the beginning of the new millennium, and was still represented both nationally and internationally.