Specialists in dance music and vinyl, over 60,000 in stock shipping worldwide daily.
Open for mail order transactions as normal.



I Thought It Was You
Vinyl record
Herbie Hancock Vocal Over Pumpin House - Peak Of The Night Floorfiller - Inc Full Intention Extended Remix

London Records and Central Station Records join forces for a spectacular array of new music releases. As the first offering, David Penn takes on the Sex-O-Sonique classic from 1997, which samples the Herbie Hancock anthem 'I Thought It Was You'. David Penn, a master of his craft, has earned critical acclaim for his innovative approach to house music and his ability to create infectious grooves that resonate with audiences worldwide.

Full Intention aka Sex-O-Sonique also deliver their own updated version for 2023.


Play       Cue Sample


Click to listen - add to playlist or download mp3 sample.

I Thought It Was You
I Thought It Was You (Full Intention Extended Remix)

Last FM Information on David Penn

Please note the information is done on a artist keyword match and data is provided by LastFM.
Producer, arranger, DJ and musician from Madrid-Spain. He has his own record company “Zen Records”, and release different projects with different names from 1992. Influenced from its childhood by funky, soul, jazz and by electronic music in his adolescence, he knew that his future would be in music. Very versatile, he try to fuse his different influences with new technologies combining old harmonies with new sounds evolving day to day. One of his biggest hits was “The Night train” from Kadoc, who was selling all over the world more than two million copies (singles and compilations), and was number 12 in the UK charts and number 1 in Holland more than 1 month. In those days he played in Denmark, Germany, France, UK, Holland, Miami & Rusia. In 1994 he met DJ Chus who has been working with him since then in several projects, remixes and gigs. Producer under names as Deux, Montilla, Nuboy or Doblado, David Penn has worked also with DJ Chus, Ceballos, Toni Bass, Halo, DJ Jabato, Sebastián Gamboa, Camilo Franco and Olav Basoski. He made remixes for Jay-J, Junior Jack, Chus & Ceballos, Vibe Residents, Milk & Sugar, Dave Storm, Wackside, Lenny Fontana, Ron Hall, Jason Hates Jazz, Cam or The Thief among others. He had released records all over the world in labels as Defected, Black Vinyl, Purple Music, Azuli, Bluem, Maya or Rise. In 2003 starts a new division of Zen Records called Urbana Recordings with a big DJ recognition, releasing new fresh music from his Mediterranean country. His records are played by djs as Roger Sanchez, David Morales, Bob Sinclar, DJ Chus. Nominated as Best Breakthrough Label in House Music Awards (UK) and Deejaymags (Spain) 2005. As a dj he played in the Winter Music Conference in Miami, in Rusia in front of 5000 people, in Japan, Mexico, Poland, Estonia, Bulgary, Latvia, Lithuania, Croatia, Malta, Egypt, Germany, … In 2007 he received 3 Deejaymags (Spanish Deejay magazine) as: -Best House DJ 2006 -Best House production Montilla “From The Stars” -Best Label Urbana Recordings In 2008, he has been awarded with the 2007 Best Club House DJ award in Deejaymags07. At the moment he´s doing a 2 hours radio show every thursday at (Loca FM Spain) from 22:00 to 00:00 (Europe Time). In his sets, always combines one defined line house with different slopes that go from underground to house more energetic and musical and irresistibly is seduced by classic tracks. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

Last FM Information on Sex-O-Sonique

Please note the information is done on a artist keyword match and data is provided by LastFM.
Sex-o-sonique was formed by Mike Gray and Jon Pearn Mike and Jon use aliases like Anthony Moriah, Deep Down, Disco Roots, Disco-Tex, Essence, Full Intention, Greed, Groove City, Hustlers Convention, Miami Ice, Ronaldo's Revenge, The Rule, Soul Asylum, Storm Life. Sometimes they are simply "Mike Gray & Jon Pearn". Their actual website is Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.