As Detroit was growing into a dance music powerhouse, there was a paralleled growth going on in the UK that sent people into the same frenzy. A group of brothers from Sevenoaks, Kent decided to make some music. Using their father's old tape recorder, they decided to make this tune, "Chime," and released it independently. A few months later, a young label called Full Frequency Range Recordings run by a man named Pete Tong decided to publish the track. The rest is history, with people calling this the British equivalent to "Strings of Life."