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Dreamland

Dreamland   (Sweden)

EuroDance group
Added : 19/08/2000
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Get On Up
Anything For U
Can't Get Enough
Summer Is Here
Get You
93 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

 

Dreamland singles

Get On Up Get On Up 7th Mar 1994  
Anything For U Anything For U 1st Feb 1995  
Can't Get Enough Can't Get Enough 25th Oct 1996  
Summer Is Here Summer Is Here Promo only 1999  
Get You Get You Promo only 2000  

 

 



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Dreamland biography

Label: FMR productions. Producer : Esquille. Vocals : Karin E (Karin Stromfelt)

Dreamland was formed in 1992 by the producer and writer Esquille. After working with different artists he met the singer 'Kay' Karin Stromfelt in 1994, which resulted in a single release. The duo picked up the American rapper Glenn Carter (who hid behind the pseudonyms of Nice Skills and G-Sharp) and started to perform in various clubs. At the same time they recorded a new single Anything 4 U. The song hit the target like a bomb, with releases in 12 countries including the US (it was licensed in Spain under Contraseña). Suddenly Dreamland became a big name in Eurodance. Another hit single was released, entitled Can´t Get Enough. Until recently, one believed that no video was released for this song, but one (unreleased ?) video was finally revealed by Esquille himself. The dance act kept up the work until Glenn left the group in 1996.

Afterwards Esquille did some tracks on the Remixed Records 'DJ's Only' - a record label only for DJs from Remixed Records own DJ-club. In 1998 Esquille and Kay re-united in 1998 and they decided to record a new album with a more housy style. You will hear a touch of the good old 70ties and 80ties, which is their new source of inspiration. But you will still find the strong hooks and happy melodies.

1999 : the next single was entitled Summer Is Here. It contained a megamix. Several unreleased songs were featured in that megamix, among others a song called Can You See The Fire wich played from 06:25 - 7:25. But this single is impossible to find nowadays : maybe it was just a promo, or it was never released.

There could have been an entire album released, self-titled Dreamland, it contained 13 tracks in happy-house style. The promo track Get You has been out for a while, and available for download on MP3.com. Kay wrote the lyrics. It's simply about love, the neverending theme. 'The main idea was to get the groovy vocals to fit into the bass line.' she explains 'We worked three weeks from scratch to master. The vocals was recorded at one night. Mixing and producing took a few more nights.'

Anders Lennartson
MP3.com
FMR Music
Thanks to Christian DTM Nolimits, euroknighd, SP, reBeL, DJ Brothers and Vision

Dreamland biography was last updated Sat, June 17th 2017

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