Electronic Pleasure

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Electronic Pleasure
Electronic Pleasure Album.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 1995
Marcus Studios, London
Out Of The Blue, Manchester
LabelAll Around The World
N-Trance chronology
Electronic Pleasure
Happy Hour
Singles from Electronic Pleasure
  1. "Set You Free"
    Released: 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995 and 2001
  2. "Turn Up The Power"
    Released: 22 October 1994
  3. "Stayin' Alive"
    Released: 16 September 1995
  4. "Electronic Pleasure"
    Released: 24 February 1996
  5. "(Just) Let It Go"
    Released: 1996 (Italy)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Music & MediaFavorable[2]
Music Week[3]

Electronic Pleasure is the first full-length studio album released by British electronic music group N-Trance. It was released in November 1995 and the U.S. on 1996.

Critical reception[edit]

Music & Media wrote, "The album of this group, based around Kevin O' Toole and Dale Longworth, consists mostly of high-tempo techno, although some tracks have swingbeat, jungle, ragga and hip hop influences. Gimme 1 2 3 4 5 is one of those groovy mixtures, in which the rhythm around Ricardo Da Force' (KLF) and Jerome Stokes' rapping is much looser. I Don't Wanna Lose Your Love...Again is a touching ballad with warm sax solo."[4] British magazine Music Week noted, "A mixes collection of dance styles, ranging from electro-pop to solid soul. It includes their two hits and a half dozen other tracks which could spin off as successful singles."[5]

Track listing[edit]

All music is composed by N-Trance.

UK Track Listing
1."What Is Your Pleasure?"O'Toole/Longworth/Lyte1:48
2."Electronic Pleasure"O'Toole/Longworth/Lyte3:51
3."Stayin' Alive"Gibb/Gibb/Gibb/O'Toole/Longworth/Lyte4:04
4."I Will Take You There"O'Toole3:58
5."(Just) Let It Go"O'Toole/Longworth/Lyte4:17
6."Set You Free"N-Trance7:16
7."Softly (Dragging Me Down)"O'Toole5:00
8."Do You Wanna Rock?"O'Toole/Longworth3:57
9."Gimme 1 2 3 4 5"O'Toole/Longworth/Lyte/Stokes4:17
10."Turn Up The Power"O'Toole/Longworth3:55
11."I Don't Wanna Lose Your Love...Again"O'Toole4:08
12."That's All We Need"O'Toole/Longworth/Lyte4:11
Total length:52:50
Japan Bonus Tracks
13."Set You Free" (Nymphomania Mix)5:14
14."Turn Up The Power" (Dream Frequency Remix)4:58
15."Stayin' Alive" (Long Version)6:06
U.S. Track Listing
1."What Is Your Pleasure?"1:48
2."Electronic Pleasure"3:51
3."Stayin' Alive"4:04
4."I Will Take You There"3:58
5."(Just) Let It Go"4:17
6."Set You Free"7:16
7."Softly (Dragging Me Down)"5:00
8."Do You Wanna Rock?"3:57
9."Gimme 1 2 3 4 5"4:17
10."I Don't Wanna Lose Your Love...Again"4:08
11."That's All We Need"4:11
12."Turn Up The Power"3:55
Total length:52:50
UK LP Track Listing
1."What Is Your Pleasure?"A1:48
2."Electronic Pleasure"A3:51
3."Stayin' Alive"A4:04
4."I Will Take You There"A3:58
5."(Just) Let It Go"A4:17
6."Set You Free"A7:16
7."Softly (Dragging Me Down)"B5:00
8."Do You Wanna Rock?"B3:57
9."Gimme 1 2 3 4 5"B4:17
10."I Don't Wanna Lose Your Love...Again"B4:08
11."That's All We Need"B4:11
12."Stayin' Alive" (Long Version)B6:03



  • Kevin O'Toole and Dale Longworth: Producer
  • Ricardo da Force: Rap
  • Kelly Llorenna: Vocals
  • Jerome Stokes: Vocals
  • Gillian Wisdom: Vocals
  • Rachel McFarlane: Vocals
  • T-1K: Rap

Other musicians

  • David Grant & Choir: Backing Vocals
  • Snake Davis: Saxophone
  • Vinny Burns: Guitar
  • Bee Gees: Backing Track
  • Martin Ansell & Sandy McLelland: Vocals
  • Lee Limer: Dancin'


  • Nobby: Engineer
  • Richie Rich: Assistant Engineer
  • Timothy Russell - Engineer
  • Adam Lesser - Engineer

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1995–96) Peak Position
UK Albums Chart 99
Finland Albums Chart 31

Release history[edit]

Country Release Date Label Catalog
United Kingdom 1995 (1995) All Around The World GLOBECD2
Germany 1995 (1995) Blow Up INT 845.589
Netherlands 1995 (1995) Royal Records 200 25 34
Australia 1995 (1995) Festival Records RMD 53448
Argentina 1995 (1995) BMG ECD 81.172
Spain 1995 (1995) CNR Music 4900122
U.S. 1996 (1996) Critique 01624 15450-2
Japan 1996 (1996) Avex Trax AVCD-11399
Canada 1997 (1997) Popular Records PR2 3001


  1. ^ a b c d Electronic Pleasure at AllMusic
  2. ^ "New Releases: Albums" (PDF). Music & Media. 16 December 1995. p. 12. Retrieved 18 May 2021.
  3. ^ "Reviews: Albums" (PDF). Music Week. 4 November 1995. p. 32. Retrieved 16 May 2021.
  4. ^ "New Releases: Albums" (PDF). Music & Media. 16 December 1995. p. 12. Retrieved 18 May 2021.
  5. ^ "Reviews: Albums" (PDF). Music Week. 4 November 1995. p. 32. Retrieved 16 May 2021.