In our new series we take a look at the biggest tunes in dance music, the tracks that go off every single time.
Is there a more instantly recognisable riff in dance music? ATB's world conquering 1999 hit may be nearly 20 years old, but it still crushes dancefloors to this day.
Released as the German producer's debut single, "9pm (Till I Come)" is the lead single from full length, Makin' Melodies.
With artwork featuring a luscious Mediterranean sea in the sunshine, this track quickly became synonymous with the Europe's biggest party islands. Ibiza in particular embraced the anthem and can still be heard in bars and clubs across the island.
"9pm (Till I Come)" has a special place in our hearts because it was actually Ministry of Sound Recording's first UK No.1. It topped the chart on 3rd July 1999 and stayed there for two weeks, along with a total of four weeks at No.1 in Ireland.
With summer just kicking off revisit this sun kissed classic from another Millennium!
ATB will play Ministry of Sound on Friday 15th June, tickets & info here.
Read about previous Massive Tune Bryon Stingily - "Get Up Everybody" here