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Lost Witness is the English trance producer and DJ Simon Paul (also known as Si Paul), working in collaboration with songwriter Edward Barton, writer of the 1983 Jane & Barton single, "It's a Fine Day" (later covered by Opus III in 1992), and vocalist Danielle Alexander. He also recorded under the aliases Dusk Til Dawn and The Eden Project. A number of their singles co-written and produced by Simon Kemper were released on major electronic dance label Ministry of Sound. Some included remixes by English producer and DJ Lange. The 2002 single "Did I Dream (Song to the Siren)" is a cover of the frequently-covered "Song of the Siren" from the 1970 Tim Buckley album Starsailor. In 2010, Lost Witness re-released the 1999 single "Red Sun Rising" (with vocals from Andrea Britton). It was given airplay by BBC Radio 1 DJ, Judge Jules. A new single, "Fade Away", was due to be released in January 2011.. In June 2013, they collaborated with Sugababe and former Eurovision entrant Jade Ewen to release the track "Fly".

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Euro Hits 2006 [Bonus Disc] [2006]

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Home4:51

Trance Megamix, Vol. 7 [2006]

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Home2:03

Trance: Vocal Session 2006 [2005]

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Home3:07

7 Colours [2000]

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7 Colours [Radio Edit]3:16

Love Parade [2000]

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Happiness Happening 

Massive Dance [2000]

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Happiness Happening3:35

Space Millennium [2000]

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Red Sun Rising 

Red Sun Rising [1999]

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Red Sun Rising7:16

This Is Ibiza 99 [1999]

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Red Sun Rising7:08

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