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Tracklist

1Pulse And Thunder (Original Mix)5:26
2Pulse And Thunder (Trance Mix)7:51

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FNDREC 01Day V Lately Pulse & Thunder ‎(2xFile, WAV)Found Records FNDREC 01UK2011
noneDay V Lately Pulse And Thunder ‎(CDr, Single, Promo)Found Records noneUK2011
noneDay V Lately Pulse & Thunder ‎(2xFile, AAC, Single, 256)Found Records none2011

Crédits

  • EngineerDave Spencer
  • Producer, Written-ByDay V Lately

Notes

Pressed by Curved @ Hackney

Released on 7 February 2011, to coincide with the launch of Yell's fictional 'Day V Lately' TV advertising. Please note that the artwork/labels state 1992, the year it was supposedly released, and the year stated by Lately during the TV advertisement.

200 copies pressed and distributed as a promotional item within the music industry.

Covers for this release were individually distressed and creased prior to distribution so as to appear old/worn. The 'ringwear' and light circle under the title is printed and part of the design. Released with a white 'Found Records Presents' sticker on front cover.

Vidéo

Album

Day v Lately Pulse & Thunder. Duration: 7:25 File type: mp3. Play online Download. Download Day v Lately Pulse & Thunder. download 7:25. This is the REAL track. Day V Lately - Pulse and Thunder original mix. Day V Lately added 9 new photos to the album Ministry of Found Dance & Music Exchange. 5 April 2011 . Ministry of Found Dance & Music Exchange. Mixmag loves the new Yell ad starring Day V Lately and couldnt help wondering what a music video for his Pulse and Thunder track would look like. We think this video starring a much younger looking Ulrika Jonsson and Day V is pretty close Mixmag loves the new Yell ad starring Day V Lately and couldnt help wondering what a music video for his Pulse and Thunder track would look like. We think this video starring a much younger looking Ulrika Jonsson and Day V is pretty close Day V Lately. Day v Lately. Riva Starr. Day V Lately - Pulse & Thunder. Google Search Songstats Pre-Save To Collection. Short Link. By using this site you agree to the placement of cookies on your computer. See details & manage here. Redirected from Day V Lately. Hartley is a fictional character in a popular advertisement promoting the British Yellow Pages, first shown in 1983 when British Telecom was privatised. The advertisement shows an elderly gentleman acted by Norman Lumsden asking in several second hand bookshops for Fly Fishing by J. No bookshop has it, and he goes home dejected. His daughter, sympathising, hands him the Yellow Pages and one of the shops he phones has a copy. He is delighted

Télécharger le Day V Lately - Pulse And Thunder gratuitement
Interprète:
Day V Lately
Titre:
Pulse And Thunder
Genre:
la taille du FLAC:
1560 mb
la taille du MP3:
1315 mb
la taille du WMA:
2812 mb
Pays:
UK
Publié sur:
Feb 2011
Label:
Found Records
Style:
Progressive House, House, Trance
Classement:
4.2
Catalogue №:
Found 293
RuTGamer
Hi all. I managed to get a copy.... Thanks to Ed's Vinyl.... Well at least i have a record of it now..!!! :)
Alsalar
Day V Lately is an actor called Matthew Jure; I spotted him in tonight's Waking the Dead. I don't think it's really an old tune. Good advertising campaign, though.
NI_Rak
I don't know anything about the yell advertising campain or why these tracks had to wait many years to get a pressing. I was lucky to discover a "real" progressive house / trance tune on vinyl after so many years of rather annoying electro house tracks.So, why the hell are there only 200 copies "within the music industry"? I don't want a bloody mp3 of this, I want the record. What is the problem with making more copies for all the real music lovers out there?
Clodebd
I'm not joking. It is only my opinion and I know that I am not alone with it. I think the track is good. I like the oldschool flavour and compared to all the dull soulless stuff they produce nowadays this has potential. I don't mind if there is any campaign behind it or if the track is old or new. I just don't like if i like a track but have no chance to get hold of it. As a record, of course. So my demand for vinyl these days is very high. Btw. thank you for your advice.
Castiel
Youre joking right? Putting aside the track isnt particularly good, the reason there is "only 200 copies "within the music industry" is that the record only exists as a vinyl copy at allbecause the PR company behind the Yell ad campaign thought it would be ever so chucklesome to create some authentically aged records to give to certain people and companies as a promotional item. Through a rather silly set of circumstances I got hold of one of them and sold it here on discogs.The reason that there isnt 'more copies for all the real music lovers out there' is that the PR company arent a record company - they arent being paid to sell records, they are being paid to advertise Yell. And the demand for vinyl these days, especially for a rather flaccid and throwaway 'trance' tune, isnt all that high. The whole point of the campaign is that vinyl is (wrongly) perceived as a quaint music medium from the past.How you would get a copy of this on vinyl I have no idea short of contacting the PR company in question to see if they have any left. Though again why you want this dull track so badly is beyond me. Id spend your hard-earned on some classic 90s trance and prog instead rateher than something that sounds something like the default alarm ring on a cheap mobile phone or a demo track on Dance eJay
Ramsey`s
For all those wanting the truth about Day V. Lately (although god knows why) ...He is/was a real DJ/producer. The track was his most 'famous' track back in the early 90's. It is now part of that stupid Yell.com advertising campaign, as is that ridiculous website that's meant to look like it's from back in the day. If you look at the domain registration it's owner is Edward Morris (from Rapier who produced the campaign for Yell.com)Here is a video explaining: http://www.campaignlive.co.uk/News/MostRead/1053823/Behind-scenes-Yells-Dave-V-Lately-campaign/Now back to searching for Fly Fishing !
Via
If you've got it check this: http://www.facebook.com/yellChance of a £10,000 prize for uploading a picture
Nirn
Except that uploading a pic of the record listed on discogs should you own a copy wont win you a prize.How the competition works is a sleeve of Pulse & Thunder is placed in certain record shops around the country, you find it, you take a pic of it, you upload hte pic to facebook, you get entered in the draw, you put the 'record' back.Quote marks on 'record' because in fact there isnt even a record in the sleeve, its a 12 round plastic thing with competition entry instructions on it.I could have sent a pic in of the copy i had but seeing as the company running the competition is the company that sent it to me in the fist place, i think i might be disqualified.
GYBYXOH
Well after all the hype and controversy here on Discogs my prediction above was right... it does exist!
Ballagar
The website mentioned by Starcraft1980 was only registered at the end of last year!http://www.whois.net/whois/dayvlately.com
Akinonris
But he still ain't the guy from the Yell advert! Is this the guy on Twitter?
Akir
That's why the crime stats are high Stuberto, the guy in the Yell advert is an actor called Matthew Jure and he aint so music producer. Looks like the haircut and clean shave put you off- should have gone to specsavers. The guy on twitter is a fake collecting followers on the back of Yell's marketing for Pulse and Thunder.
KiddenDan
Best not ask your help on Crimewatch if a haircut and a clean shave puts you off! The guy from the "website" is the same guy from the advert.
Silvermaster
here is the real day v lately http://dayvlately.com/oops they should of checked that out first
ALAN
No, thats part of Yells advertising campaign.Check the whois record - dayvlately.com was registered in December 2010 by Ed Morris.Ed Morris is the guy in charge of Rapiers creative partner in charge of Yell.coms latest advertising campaign.If they were a bit cleverer they'd have done a private whois record - not that clever really.http://www.campaignlive.co.uk/News/MostDiscussed/1053823/Behind-scenes-Yells-Dave-V-Lately-campaign/
Samut
The guy who has released this track aint the guy from the Yell advert. He is gathering followers on Twitter around 1800 making out he is the guy to sell his gig. Rumour has it he's from Bury or thereabouts not London... just a fake. They say the guy from the advert has rumbled him..haha Vinyl rules forever.
Authis
Ah, and the guy on the Day V Lately website linked above IS the guy from the advert, as you can tell by his face.
GODMAX
Why do you assume the guy in the accent is from London when he clearly has a Manchester area accent? I'm not disputing whether or not the Twitter guy is the real thing or not, but he definitely does not have a London accent (trust me, I'm from the Manchester area myself).
Berenn
Ok, they even stole our logo the was designed specifically for our label back in 1993. Al that is different is they turned the baseball cap peak the opposite direction. Blatant! Skie
Painwind
Imitation and flattery my dear Skie! ;)
Quamar
At the end of the day its a fictional advert 25 years on from the original, and it doesnt matter what year it was released
Foginn
This is not a genuine release from 1992. It was produced in 2011, and is a marketing vehicle for Yell.com. It's intended to be part of Yell's fictional 'Day V Lately' promotional campaign and is an extension of the television advert.
Mohn
No, thats part of Yells advertising campaign.Check the whois record - dayvlately.com was registered in December 2010 by Ed Morris.Ed Morris is the guy in charge of Rapiers creative partner in charge of Yell.coms latest advertising campaign.If they were a bit cleverer they'd have done a private whois record - not that clever really.http://www.campaignlive.co.uk/News/MostDiscussed/1053823/Behind-scenes-Yells-Dave-V-Lately-campaign/
Delan
dan.s.jones, see Serengaeth's comment with regards to the website. I am a genuine Discogs member and I reserve the right to moderate submissions for accuracy. If you cannot accept this fact, then whichever person involved in the campaign who joined Discogs and submitted the release should not have done so in the first place.
Sardleem
So, I did some research. I'm pretty much certain the the dayvlately.com website is part of the marketing campaign. For a start, the only track mentioned anywhere is "Pulse and Thunder". Secondly, there are a lot of chronological discrepancies:1. Found records was established 2005 as part of Floodgate records.2. The email address for dayvlately is [email protected] but hotmail didn't exist until 1996!3. The HTML/CSS code for the website has fixes for Internet Explorer 6, which wasn't released until 2001 and pretty modern HTML coding too. The website itself looks like something spat up by the Geocities-izer.4. Finally, the whois record for the domain dayvlately shows thatDomain name: DAYVLATELY.COMCreated on: 2010-12-02Updated on: 2011-01-20Expires on: 2011-12-02It's a great marketing scheme for Yell, and they went all out!The song is a pretty neat trance throwback that reminds me of the nineties, which is pretty good considering that's why it was written. I can't say that I listen to an awful lot of trance these days but I grew up drinking this music in and just like the ad campaign it brought all kinds of memories flooding back.
Zbr
your completely wrong Bosscat2 it was released in the 90's. All you need to do is a quick google search and you will find a very 'old and rather poor quality website for a Bury DJ named Day V Lately. http://dayvlately.com/ and you will also see that the website hasn't been updated since 1997. Before you start your next little rant make sure you do some research first hey !!!
FLIDER
I just told you when it was made - about 2 weeks ago to be precise. If it sounds similar to something else then there's no harm in that, is there? If and when it blows up, then maybe copyright lawyers will get the phone call.
ᴜɴɪᴄᴏʀɴ
if its the track i heard on you tube. if not made before 1995 is a rip off from the da hool track. which is a very good song.
Amarin
yell!...
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