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BASP

BASP   (Sweden)

EuroDance group
Added : 20/11/2001
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I Can't Get Enough
Party Express
I Wanna Be Happy
In Case Of Emergency
Summernight City
Boom Boom My Heart
92 1993 1994 1995 1996

 

BASP singles

I Can't Get Enough I Can't Get Enough Compilation only 1993  
Party Express Party Express 1993  
I Wanna Be Happy I Wanna Be Happy (feat Steven J) 1994  
In Case Of Emergency In Case Of Emergency 1994  
Summernight City Summernight City Promo only 1995  
Boom Boom My Heart Boom Boom My Heart 1996  

 

 



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BASP biography

B.A.S.P. stands for Bel Air Sound Project. This Swedish eurodance project consisted of Andy White, Anders Thorslund and his sister, vocalist Anne-Lie Thorslund. The first single Party Express was recorded at City Recording Studio in Stockholm. It was written by Anne-Lie, Andy White and Ferrara (aka Janne Forsman), released in 1993.

The single In Case Of Emergency featured raps by Steven J from Mach 7. It was released in 1994 after being recorded at City Recording Studio, in Stockholm (Sweden). It was written by A. Lee, Andy White and S. Rodriguez, published by Hawk Music, the cover was designed by Micke Sj÷blom/Oden Design.

The following single I Wanna Be Happy also featuring Steven J. In 1996 came their last single Boom Boom My Heart : written by Andy White (who was also producer) and A.Lee, it was engineered by Anders Thorslund at City Recordings Studio, still in Stockholm, and published by Hawk Music.

Steven J contributed to the raps on Double Vision featuring Kate's single Free Your Mind in 1995.

Thanks to reBeL, Aldo and EuroHolic

BASP biography was last updated Sat, June 17th 2017

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