|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Ya Yae Ya Yo Yo Yo||2||Audio||1998||Excession|
|2||Ya Yae Ya Yo Yo Yo||2||Audio||1993||Max Bilt|
|4||Peninsular Enclosure||7||Audio||1997||Swarffinger Records|
|5||Ya Yae Ya Yo Yo Yo||4||Audio||1993||Max Bilt|
|6||Ya Yae Ya Yo Yo Yo (The Awakening)||5||Audio||1994||Zexos Empire|
|7||Operation Dismantled Sun||6||Audio||2000||Swarffinger Records|
|8||Ya Yae Ya Yo Yo Yo||2||Audio||1993||Max Bilt|
Voices Of Kwahn are American vocalist (and performance artist) Anna Homler and multi-instrumentalist Mark "Pylon King" Davies.
The single '[b]Colonist Dreamer[/b]' introduced their elegant fusion of quirky vocals and electronic/ethnic ambience. Originally, on '[r=246418]' [i](Max-Bilt, 1993)[/i], Nigel Butler was the keyboardist and the sound was a light patina of samples, dance beats, dub reverbs and vocal avantgarde (but Homler's contribution is minimal). Butler left, Davies absorbed ethnic influences and Homler's vocals became a staple of the dance/trance format (The Great Call, Silver Bowl) on '[b]Silver Bowl Transmission[/b]' [i](North South, 1996)[/i]. '[r=263694]' [i](Swarffinger, 1997)[/i] is less ethereal and, at times, almost industrial. Heavy on the samples and the percussions. The mini-album '[b]Operation Dismantled Sun[/b]' [i](Swarffinger, 1998)[/i] presents yet another version of Voices Of Kwahn, one that has left behind the ambient/new age leanings of the early albums (and Homler's vocals) and favors a harder, harsher, haunting approach.