The Bells (Fluke song)

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"The Bells (The Peal Sessions)"
Single by Fluke
Released 1991
Format 12" Promotional Vinyl/Promotional CD
Recorded 1991
Genre Electronica
House
Label Circa
Producer(s) Fluke
Fluke singles chronology
"Philly"
(1990)
"The Bells"
(1991)
"Slid"
(1993)

"The Bells (The Peal Sessions)" is the fifth single by the English electronic music band Fluke. Taken from their previous album, Out (In Essence) the track also featured on their other live album, The Peel Sessions, from which the album's linguistic pun subtitle (The Peal Sessions) is derived, and Progressive History XXX, which contains Mix 1.

The lyrics to this track contain references to Jesus and as a result call into question the band's personal beliefs.

Versions[edit]

The Bells (The Peal Sessions) FLPCD1[1][2][3]
Format: Promotional CD
Label: Circa
Released: 1991
Tracklisting: 1. The Bells (Mix 1) (5 minutes 51 seconds) (About this sound sample )
2. The Bells (Mix 2) (5 minutes 31 seconds)
3. The Bells (Mix 3) (5 minutes 36 seconds)

The Bells (The Peal Sessions) FLPR1[1][3][4]
Format: 12" Promotional Vinyl
Label: Circa
Released: 1991
Tracklisting: 1. The Bells (Mix 1) (5 minutes 51 seconds)
2. The Bells (Mix 2) (5 minutes 31 seconds)
3. The Bells (Mix 3) (5 minutes 36 seconds)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Marcolphus' Discographies, Fluke (link)
  2. ^ Discogs, Fluke - The Bells CD5" (link)
  3. ^ a b Global Trance, Fluke (link)
  4. ^ Discogs, Fluke - The Bells 12" (link)