Ah, think back to the days of 1999 and 2000 when anything was possible, the internet wasn't as all encompassing in your life, and 'Sandstorm' played on every radio and CD deck.
The man behind this omniscient track went by the name of Ville Vartanen, but he's best known simply as Darude. Since releasing 'Sandstorm' back in '99, the DJ has been working steadily and now, it seems, he's been called forth by his home nation of Finland to represent them at this year's Eurovision.
His song, 'Look Away', which he co-wrote with Sebastian Rejman, was voted in as the choice by Finnish viewers and an international jury last night. Darude had been previously confirmed as Finland's representative, and his song was confirmed last night on Finland's 'UMK' programme on national broadcaster Yle.
'Look Away' won by a clear margin of 12 points, beating two other songs - 'Release Me' and 'Superman'. So, the question remains, is it any good?
Have a listen and see what you make of it yourself. You can definitely hear it being blasted in the middle of a spin class, which let's face it, is where most Eurovision songs end up nowadays.