UK dance outfit Dreamhouse (Paul Barry, David Riley, and Jules Tulley) met each while working at the legendary DREAMHOUSE Studio in Kingston Upon Thames, just outside London. Dreamhouse's self-titled debut is a vibrant piece of dance that the majority of club-hoppers will undoubtedly love. Renowned dance mixer/band member David Riley's Jamaican roots can be detected in his rap for the leadoff single "Stay" (a huge '60s hit for Maurice Williams), as well as covers of the Four Seasons' "Sherry," the Four Tops' "Baby, I Need Your Lovin'," and the Grass Roots' "Let's Live for Today." Dreamhouse were not merely a cover band, proven by the enjoyable original tracks as "Just as Long as I Have You," "Forever," and "Hay Que Linda."
While the record was beginning to take shape, Paul Barry continued to work on another project at the Dreamhouse studios which soon became a worldwide smash recording: “Believe” for CHER and then writing “Bailamos” which launched Enriqué Iglesias.