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P.M. Dawn is a hip hop/R&B musical group, formed by brothers Attrell Cordes and Jarrett Cordes in 1988 in Jersey City, New Jersey. Three years after the formation of band, P.M. Dawn's came up with their debut album called Of the Heart, of the Soul and of the Cross: The Utopian Experience in 1991.
The album featured the international hit Set Adrift on Memory Bliss, which sampled the Spandau Ballet song True. The music video of the song featured a cameo by Spandau Ballet singer Tony Hadley singing the refrain.
It also featured Eric B. and Rakim's Paid in Full (which was, itself, made from a sample of Ashley's Roach Clip from the 70s, the original recording of that drum sample that has been used in dozens of songs since).
PM Dawns debut album Of the Heart, of the Soul and of the Cross: The Utopian Experience reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for one week on the week of November 30, 1991. The record also peaked at number 3 in the United Kingdom. It spawned a follow-up single Paper Doll which peaked at number 28 in early 1992.
Following the release of their debut album, PM Dawn set out on a world tour. P.M. Dawn released their follow-up album; they called it The Bliss Album...? in 1993. It featured vibrations of Love and the Anger and the Ponderance of Life and Existence. The album contained the Billboard Top 10 single Looking Through Patient Eyes, featuring backing vocals by Cathy Dennis.
The Bliss Album also contained sampling George Michael's hit Father Figure, and PM Dawns other hit single (Top 5) I'd Die Without You. The latter track was also featured in the 1992 comedy film, Boomerang soundtrack. The band then embarked on recording More Than Likely with Boy George. The album was P.M. Dawn's definitive work.
The post-daisy-age album featured the psychedelic sound that graced the bands previous work was to be felt and fused with early 90s hip hop samples. It led them set apart from their peers and the album appealed to pop, alternative and hip hop fans. In 1995, the group appeared with Jesus Wept but it could not get off to notable success.
PM Dawns Jesus Wept spawned several singles. The album's highest charting single was Downtown Venus, which peaked at number 48 on the Billboard charts. Dearest Christian, I'm So Very Sorry for Bringing You Here. Love, Dad is a 1998 album by P.M. Dawn. The band contributed a cover of You Got Me Floatin' to the 1993 tribute record Stone Free.
It was a compilation album of 14 Jimi Hendrix songs by musicians ranging from Pat Metheny to Eric Clapton to Living Colour. Mixing the swishing, flanged surreal sounds of the original, from the album Axis: Bold As Love, P.M. Dawn added a layered hip-hop sound and a strong backbeat.
In 1998, they released their fourth album, Dearest Christian, I'm So Very Sorry For Bringing You Here, Love Dad. It was less successful again, and with the album's single, Being So Not For You (I Had No Right) being only a minor chart hit. The next year, in the lawsuit Batiste v. Island Records, Inc., P.M. Dawn was sued for sampling David Batiste and The Gladiators.
David Batiste claimed that the group's song So On and So On used unauthorized samples from his song, Funky Soul. Later the 5th Circuit Federal Appellate Court found that the Batistes point to no evidence in the record. In 2000, PM Dawn issued a greatest hits album, The Best of P.M. Dawn. The album featured the bands previous tracks plus new singles.
After a course of 5 years, the group won the fifth round of NBC's hit TV show Hit Me Baby One More Time. They performed Set Adrift On Memory Bliss, and covered Puddle of Mudd's Blurry.
The year 2005 also saw some major changes within P.M. Dawn. Jarrett Cordes decided to leave the band to pursue an interest in a solo career. His departure led to the introduction of Doc.G, who is also family (paternal first cousin).
In the mid of following year, P.M. Dawn commenced a summer tour called Summer of Bliss, 2006. In an effort to promote a new album, the band played venues across the United States. P.M. Dawn Loves You and a live album were released in 2008.