Always
by MK

Album: Surrender (1992)
Charted: 12
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Songfacts®:

  • Marc Kinchen is an American DJ and producer of House music. He originally released this track in 1992 under the name of 'MK', and it quickly became a hit in the clubs as well as making its way to top of the US Billboard dance chart.

    The song reached #69 on the UK singles chart after being released in a new set of mixes in January 1995.
  • The featured vocalist is Detroit singer Alana Simon. MK and Alana scored further hits with the singles "Burning" and "Love Changes."
  • There was renewed interest in Kinchen's house tunes following his remix of Storm Queen's "Look Right Through" which peaked at #1 in the UK in 2013. Arising from this, Route 94 produced a new remix of this song the following year, which reached the UK Top 20.

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