Beyond Religious beliefs was both group and record label, and was headed by joint-songwriters Karen Mercer (vocals) and Pete Spence (instrumentalist), located in Enfield, London, Britain. The group produced their debut with both Worlds EP in 1993, which comprised four songs of synthesized dub and ambient home. The group, previously referred to as Chromatic, was created following issues with that clothing’s efforts to secure a significant label record agreement. Beyond Religious beliefs staked their state (and an Organization Allowance offer) with tracks which were generally completely shaped compositions instead of merely rhythmic paths. Subsequent produces included ‘Globe Of Our Very own’ (a promotional just discharge), ‘Magic’, ‘Recovery Me’ (remixed by Marc Wilkinson from Traveling Information) and ‘Bring FOR THE Goodtimes’.