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What to do when you’ve discovered you own a sound that only children can hear?

First you make a nifty device to stop youths gathering where you don’t want them, then a ring tone that teachers can’t hear, but where do you go next? Quite obviously your next stop should be the hit parade.

Compound Security, owners of such a sound, have got together with Melodi to create a hit-in-the-making; comprised of a dance beat and a "hidden" tune that only the young can hear.

Unashamedly aimed at clubs, the track features audience-participation shouting and "can you feel it" style vocals: to anyone over 30 the whole track is pretty unintelligible, making the act of hiding content superfluous.

After hearing it a few times we were just left with a slight headache, but that might just be a reaction to the modern music enjoyed by today’s youth.

Buzzin’, as the track is titled, is available as an MP3 for a quid, or £3 for a Full Track version.®

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