United kingdom production team Una Mas (yet another in Spanish language) comprises songwriter Simon Law and previous associate engineer Lee Hambin. They fulfilled at Fallout Shelter studios before making a decision to start operating collectively for different dance artists. In 1999, program vocalist Lurine Coto became a member of them to create their first monitor, recorded within an improvised studio room in Simon Law’s cellar. With “All I WANT,” Una Mas became mixed up in local home music picture. “I’LL Follow,” made by Full Purpose including examples from traditional “Ain’t No Hill High Enough,” adopted in 2002.