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Agony & Pain (1993)
Label : Stealth Records. The very hot single Punany was produced and arranged by DJ Moisha & Mixmaster Irving (aka Ivan Pavlin).
DJ Moisha is also known to have remixed many candance and eurodance tracks, such as Capital Sound's Give A Little Love, Corona - I Don't Wanna Be A Star, Roxxy - Live My Life, D.F.S. - Ou Eee Ou, Nadia - Shine On, Naïsa - Please Come Back and Mitch's - I Believe. Ivan is a DJ, producer, remixer and president of XSENTRIX Productions based in Montreal, Quebec (Canada).
The vinyl included a different tracklisting : Hula's Underground Mix, Hula's Vox Mix and Instrumental version.
Thanks to David Nivin "Captain DJ"
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Power Of The Light (16th Sep 1994)
The Way It Is (14th Feb 1997)
Power Of The Light (1994)
The first single to be released by 100% was The Power Of The Light, featuring the voices of Melanie Thornton and Mike Romeo. It was produced by Rachid Nouri and R. Nagachian, under the WEA Music label. On the CD one could find 2 mixes of the song (Radio edit and 100 % mix which was done by Peter Zweier and A. Abraham). The music and the text were written by Mike Bradley, Peggy March and Steve Wittmark. The third track was an instrumental song called Eclypse.
A remixes CD was released, it included an Airplay mix, a Clubline mix, a Paradise mix, and a Cyper mix. One can see a Leonberg wearing a crown on the back side of the sleeves.
The second single was The Way It Is, released in 1996, produced by Rachid Nouri and Boris Bruchhaus. The CD featured a radio version plus 5 remixes. The lyrics were written by Bruce Hornsby and sung by Jon Stanford (with Martha Cambridge as backing vocals).
Some Things Live Forever (1994)
Some Things Live Forever featured lyrics by Gamze, Lynne Kieran and Todd. Raps and lyrics were done by KMC. Bass was played by Willi Langer, guitar was played by Robby Musenbichler, while Bernd Winter and Gernot Resch were behind the keyboards. Lyrics and music were written by Klaus Kofler and Andi Beit (who was also producer and keyboardist). Label: WEA
Thanks to Gianni
Call Me Now (1994)
Spanish dance act that was produced and arranged by Carlos Watermark and Watchmaker. Single Call Me Now featured Phone: Leila (Leila Arab). Label: Run Down Music (Basque Country, Spain).
Thanks to Ulysses
Out Of Space (1998)
This group was maybe established in 1997 by German producer Stefan Benz. It was said that members were rapper Tony Raven and female vocalist Lili Thompson. But this project could have never existed actually.
Other eurodance song entitled Take It Away was actually a track by the Slovenian 2 Alive project.
Thanks to DJ Aaron 'Euromaster'
2 Alive (1996)
1.Vzela Bi Te, 2.Zelja Srca, 3.Nekje Dalec Stran, 4.Oprosti Mi, 5.Obozujem Te, 6.Ne Verjamem Ti, 7.Tell It To My Heart, 8.In The Sky, 9.Take It Away, 10.Megamix,
Cas Za Ljubezen (1998)
1.Cas Za Ljubezen, 2.Izmisljena Slika, 3.Ne Briga Me, 4.Se Eno Noc, 5.Modre Oci, 6.Iluzija, 7.Zivljenje Gre Naprej, 8.Nisem Kamen, 9.Le Kaj Sem Storila, 10.Ko Te Ni, 11.Pojdem S Tabo, 12.Neresnicna Pravljica, 13.Pojdem S Tabo (Rmx),
Tell It To My Heart (1997)
Take It Away (1998)
In The Sky (1998)
Vrni Se (2001)
Vzemi Me (2002)
Noc In Dan (2002)
2 Alive is a project from Slovenia created in 1996. It featured the rapper Goran Bilbija and the female vocalist Vivian Trebicnik. The group was licensed by the records company Megaton Records. In 1996 they released their first album called 2 Alive, which was very succesful in Slovenia.
The biggest succes were Oprosti Mi, Nekje Dalec Stran and Vzela Bi Te. English versions of these tracks (Tell It To My Heart and In The Sky) were released in Germany under the label ZYX. None of the above records were released as singles in Slovenia since the local market (2.000.000 million inhabitants) cannot consume large quantities of singles...
However in 1997 there was a single release of the song Se Eno Noc. On this single the rapper Goran was not present anymore. He had left the group and gone to Italy to pursuit his handball career. After this single release Vivian had to rename the group's name to 2 Alive Vivian and in 1998 she released the album entitled Cas Za Ljubezen also under Megaton Records.
In the year 2000, a remix of Iluzija was released, and a year later
came a track called Vrni Se, this time under the name of Vivian only.
The 2002 release was called Vzemi Me and last year's Noc In Dan
was the last we heard from Vivian... In the meantime Vivian got pregnant, and
it is still not certain whether she will return to the music business afterwards...
Along with the group 4 Fun, 2 Alive were the beginners of Slovenian Eurodance and one of the most played artists in Slovenia clubs ever.
Thanks to Tomaz
Waiting For This Moment (18th Nov 1997)
1.One Night Alone With You, 2.If You Believe, 3.Anything For You, 4.Don't Say Goodbye, 5.Show Me The Way, 6.Don't Wake Me Up, 7.Celebrate, 8.Loving You, 9.Waiting For This Moment, 10.Loving You,
Don't Say Goodbye (1998)
Do You Really Want To Hurt Me (1999)
Records company : Hot Productions/NSP records.
The members of 2 AM are from Toronto. Produced by Victor Franco, their first album, with his vast array of potential hits, will be enjoyed by most Latin Hip-Hop amateurs. All titles have rather superb melodies and some splendid editing sessions, signed by the remarkable Rob "Razor" boys. Backed up by two of the most important Freestyle figures, these artists have done an incredible work on this first album.
The single Celebrate is an amazing eurodance track featuring the voices of Naya and a rapper.
A second album was planned...
Dreams (Aug 1994)
1.Dreams (Will Come Alive), 2.Never Alone, 3.I Can't Believe It, 4.Let Me Be Free, 5.Feel So Good, 6.Do It, 7.Dance With Me, 8.Smile, 9.Can't Help Myself, 10.Turn Da Music Up, 11.Dreams (Twenty 4 Seven Trance Mix), 12.Never Alone (Beats 'R' Us Mix), 13.Turn Da Music Up (Beats 'R' Us Mix),
2 (Nov 1996)
1.Come Take My Hand, 2.There's A Key, 3.Fairytales, 4.One Day, 5.Fly (Through The Starry Night), 6.All I Wanna Do, 7.Mirror of Love, 8.Real-X, 9.Euro Megamix, 10.Happy Hardcore Megamix, 11.Come Take My Hand (Cooly's Jungle Mix), 12.Fairytales (Charly Lownoise & Mental Theo Rave Edit), 13.Mirror of Love (Mastermindz Freaky R&B Mix), 14.There's A Key (Dance Therapy Remixx),
The Remixes Vol.1 (19th Jan 2010)
1.Never Alone (Beats 'R' Us Mix), 2.Dreams (Extended Version), 3.Fly (Atlantic Ocean Dance Mix), 4.Heaven Is Here (Olav Basoski Samplitude Remix), 5.There's a Key (Extended Version), 6.The Sun Will Be Shining (Mark Van Dale With Enrico Mix), 7.Let Me Be Free (Lick Mix), 8.Euro Megamix,
The Remixes Vol.2 (19th Jan 2010)
1.Come Take My Hand (Extended Version), 2.Fairytales (Charly Lownoise & Mental Theo Hardcore Mix), 3.Turn da Music Up (Beats 'R' Us Mix), 4.Mirror of Love (Extended Version), 5.Wonderful Feeling (Sunclub Mix), 6.Living In Cyberspace (Extended Version), 7.One Day (Lipstick Extended Mix), 8.Happy Hardcore Megamix,
The Remixes Vol.3 (19th Jan 2010)
1.Dreams (Twenty 4 Seven Trance Mix), 2.Where You're Going To? (Dance Therapy Clubmix), 3.Fly (Lick Mix), 4.Mirror of Love (2 Fabiola Clubmix), 5.Heaven Is Here (Olav Basoski Remix), 6.I'm Thinkin' of U (Dance Therapy Clubmix), 7.Real-X, 8.Come Take My Hand (Euro Trance Trip),
Best Of (19th Mar 2010)
1.Never Alone, 2.Dreams (Radio Version), 3.Turn da Music Up, 4.Fairytales (Radio Version), 5.One Day (Radio Version), 6.The Sun Will Be Shining (Radio Version), 7.There's a Key (Radio Version), 8.I'm Thinkin' of U (Radio Version), 9.Living In Cyberspace (Radio Version), 10.Heaven Is Here (Radio Version), 11.Do You Know? (Radio Version), 12.Mirror of Love (Radio Version), 13.Wonderful Feeling (Radio Version), 14.All I Wanna Do, 15.Let Me Be Free (Radio Edit), 16.Dance With Me, 17.Can't Help Myself, 18.Feel So Good, 19.Fly (Radio Version), 20.Come Take My Hand (Radio Version),
The Very Best Of (6th May 2016)
1.Can't Help Myself, 2.Turn Da Music Up, 3.Never Alone, 4.Dreams (Will Come Alive), 5.Let Me Be Free, 6.Fly (Through The Starry Night), 7.Come Take My Hand, 8.Fairytales, 9.Mirror Of Love, 10.There'S A Key, 11.One Day, 12.I'M Thinkin' Of U, 13.Do You Know?, 14.The Sun Will Be Shining, 15.Heaven Is Here, 16.Living In Cyberspace, 17.Wonderful Feeling, 18.Stand Up And Live, 19.Shine Like A Star, 20.Dreams (Fragiel Acoustic Version),
The Very Best Of (6th May 2016)
1.Dreams (Louis Bailar & Dimitris Kops Remix) (Previously Unreleased), 2.Turn Da Music Up (Dj Marcello & Rutger 'Rutti' Kroese Remix), 3.Dreams (Will Come Alive)(Twenty 4 Seven Remix), 4.Let Me Be Free(Beats 'R' Us Mix), 5.Fly (Through The Starry Night) (Capella Remix), 6.Come Take My Hand (Reggae Mix), 7.Fairytales (Charly Lownoise & Mental Theo Remix), 8.I'M Thinking Of U (Ferry Corsten Remix), 9.Do You Know (Where You'Re Going To) (Ferry Corsten Remix), 10.The Sun Will Be Shining (Ferry Cortsten Remix), 11.Come Take My Hand (Cooly'S Jungle Mix), 12.Living In Cyberspace (John Van Dongen And Ron Van Den Beuken mix), 13.Wonderful Feeling (Sunclub Remix), 14.Euro Megamix, 15.Happy Hardcore Megamix, 16.Never Alone (Freestyle Maniacs Hdm Remix),
Can't Help Myself (Jan 1991)
Turn Da Music Up (30th Oct 1991)
Never Alone (3rd Dec 1993)
Dreams (11th Jul 1994)
Let Me Be Free (4th Nov 1994)
Fly (Through The Starry Night) (30th Mar 1995)
Come Take My Hand (4th Sep 1995)
Fairytales (Feb 1996)
Mirror of Love (Jul 1996)
There's A Key (Nov 1996)
Christmas Time (Dec 1996)
One Day (May 1997)
I'm Thinkin' of U (Jul 1997)
Do You Know (Mar 1998)
The Sun Will Be Shining (27th Nov 1998)
Heaven Is Here (5th Feb 1999)
Living In Cyberspace (29th Oct 1999)
Wonderful Feeling (14th Jun 2000)
Shine Like A Star (Oct 2000)
Stand Up And Live (29th Jun 2001)
Never Alone 2004 (2004)
Never Alone 2 (2007)
Dreams 2016 (22nd Apr 2016)
Can't Help Myself (1990)
Can't Help Myself (1991)
Turn Da Music Up (The Ultimate Rave Mixes) (1992)
Fly (Through The Starry Night) (1995)
Dutch brothers Bobby and Martin Boer had been experimenting with music for years in a little bedroom. But then in 1990 things really started to happen for them, the single Can't Help Myselfwas picked up by Dutch radiostations and became an international hit.
The composing brothers Bobby and Martin appointed rapper Da Smooth Baron MC and the singers Peggy 'The Duchess' and Gale Robinson to form the 2 Brothers on the 4th Floor stage-act. The next single Turn Da Music was somewhat less successful but really helped spreading the name 2 Brothers on the 4th Floor.
After these two singles the project was put on a halt. Martin movedinto a new professional studio and started making remixes under the name Dancability Productions. He made remixes for acts like Becky Bell and Twenty 4 Seven , he also made the Veronica Megamix 1993 for Veronica Radio. In the meanwhile Bobby was busy designing record-covers and CD-inlays.
In 1994 they decided to revive the 2 Brothers on the 4th Floor-project. Bobby joined Martin in his studio and after a while they finished their first track Never Alone. This single was the first to be launched with rapper D-Rock (Renee Philips) and singer Des'ray (Desirée Claudette Manders).
The renewed style and concept got out real fine. Never Alone topped the charts for weeks (Number 1 in Israel) and even got a golden status. The consecutive single was called Dreams, it went right up to the #1 position (#2 in Israel), and Let Me Be Free got a long stay in the national top 10 and peaked # 3 in Israel. In July 1994 the album Dreams hit the shops, it stood in the national album charts for weeks and got very positive reviews.
In 1995 and 1996 the 2 Brothers on the 4th Floor even widened their success with the singles Fly (Trough The Starry Night), Come Take My Hand and Fairytales. These singles really topped the charts in various European countries and all over the world (Fairytales was #1 in Israel). Some of them were remixed by the Lick project team.
In the end of 1996 they released a single called There's A Key and their second album called 2. The next single to be released was One Day and was a R&B track and not the usual happy hardcore/eurodance style.
The next single to be released was I'm Thinkin' of U. It was also the first single not to be included in any album. In March, 1998 2 Brothers on the 4th Floor released a single, their second from the forthcoming album scheduled for release sometime in the fall of 1998. The single was entitled Do U Know, a mid to low-tempo pop track.
In the beginning of fall 1998 the single The Sun Will Be Shining was released and contained remixes by Mark van Dale & Enrico, Dance Therapy and the Dub Foundation. It also contained a bonus CD-ROM Part with the video of The Sun Will Be Shining and The Making Of. They toured in Canada starting from the end of June.
February 5th, they released a new single called Heaven Is Here. They completely updated the sound to the current future trance hype : with that song they stepped into the same progressive music style as Sash!. For the first time, Des'Ray did all the vocals, singing the verses and the chorus. Remixes were done by Olav Basoski, D-Rock and Marco V. & Benjamin.
29th of October 1999 : the follow-up to Heaven Is Here was finally released : Living In Cyberspace was a cover of the hit Living on Video by Trans-X, already covered by Cardenia among others. It reached #28 in the charts.
2000 : before the Summer 2000 they released a single entitled Wonderful Feeling (which peaked #44 in the charts). At the beginning of October, they delivered 2 singles (among them, the long-awaited Shine Like A Star) and the complete third album to CNR/Arcade. Besides a lot of pushing, no one may take a decision about releasing the new singles, because the company was busy at the moment with a co-operation with another company, which was very frustrating for the group and all his fans.
2001 : At the beginning, the name of the new single was Life and it was initailly planned on the 25th of May 2001. Afterwards it was delayed to June or July. Then it turned out to be Stand Up And Live, planned for June, 29th 2001. It was co-produced by G-spott. At first the record was released as "White label" without the artist name. Therefore it was played by several club-DJ's, Radio 3 and ID&T (Radio) and even nominated to the Fresh Top 40 Tip (The most important Clublist). The record was even played a few times on Radio 3. Since the record was going well on its own, everyone may know that it's from 2 Brothers on the 4th Floor. The release date of the album has not been decided yet.
2002 : Des'ray started a solo carreer whereas D-rock was working with E-life.
2004 : The 2 Brothers On The 4th Floor are going to release a best of album and DVD. The release was at first planned to be in November 2004 in Holland. It was finally postponed to March 2005, then to an undefined date...
2006 : on the 13th January, Des'ray and D-rock performed together in a TV show on the Dutch television. They sung one of the 2 Brothers on the 4th Floor hits. Des'ray said that she could not believe how much people still knew their songs and how much their music was still loved.
In July, Ozi meets Tom Mountain released a cover of their hit-single Dreams. The same year, Dreams was also covered by a Dutch solo singer called Mary (real name : Marieke).
D-rock and Des'ray are still doing performances in Holland. They are speaking with a record company to make a 2 brothers DVD or maybe a best of CD. Nothing has been confirmed yet.
2007 : on 20th August, they released a single entitled Never Alone 2, hidden behind the acronym 2B4TH, under the label Mostiko. It contained a sample from the original hit, and mixes from Anonymous, Juno and Lethal MG.
2008 : D-rock and Des'ray took part to the concert I Love The 90s - The Party in Hasselt (Belgium), on April 12th. A fake third album entitled III can be found on the web, spread by some Russian fans.
2009 : Gabry Ponte vs Format C did a cover of Dreams.
2010 : in May, 2 Brothers on the 4th floor released a new album entitled The Best Of in March, available on iTunes. Shortly after, they released a remixes album in 3 volumes.
2011 : Never Alone as well as a few other 2 Brothers songs featured in the trailer of Dutch movie New Kids Nitro. Quintino & Afrojack used a rap sample from Can't Help Myself in their track Let Me See You Dance.
2013 : 2 Brothers on the 4th floor's hit Dreams was covered by DJane Cassey Doreen
2015 : in May, they released a DJ The Viper remix of their hit Come Take My Hand.
2016 : 2 Brothers on the 4th floor double-CD entitled The Very Best Of, then a 2016 version of their hit Dreams remixed by Louis Bailar and Dimitris Kops
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© Niklas Adolfsson - Dance Artists Infos
© Next Dance Generation
Thanks to Shimon O'Hana for the charts positions
Thank to Eric-X, Klems and Denis "DJ Hooligan" Zhabkine for the latest informations.
Music Of My Life (1994)
I Feel Alive (1995)
You Look Like The Sun (1996)
Magic World (5th Mar 1996)
Love & Emotion (5th Dec 1996)
La Noche (23rd Jul 1997)
2 Colors (also written 2 Colours) are the vocalist Stefy (maybe Stefania Bacchelli) and the rapper Daniel. Theire singles were released under label Not Only Music.
Most singles were produced, written and arranged by M. Sartorello, D. Sion and D. Minca, mixed by Fulvio Zafret.
Single I Feel Alive was wrongly spelled I Fill Alive on the Italian release. The composers on You Look Like The Sun were Daryl Kamyn, David Sion and Mark Weight. The CD included not less than 6 versions and mixes.
Feel The Rhythm (1995)
Feel The Rhythm was produced by Dominic Sas, Remo Martufi and Serge Ramaekers.
Let It Move You ()
This mysterious eurodance project featured a female vocalist and a rapper
Summertime (20th Jun 1994)
Label : Bell records
Thanks to reBeL
Oh La La La (8th Feb 1998)
1.Oh La La La, 2.Open Your Eyes, 3.Move Your Body, 4.Shattered Dreams, 5.Oops Up (Saturday Night), 6.Move Your Body (Latino Mix), 7.B.i.t.c.h., 8.Din-Ge-Lin-Ge-Ling, 9.Move Your Body (Italo Mix), 10.I'm Gonna Be A Star, 11.Oh La La La (S/M Mix), 12.Bailando Y Cantando, 13.Mega-Mix,
Are You Ready? (28th Jul 2003)
1.Intro, 2.Oh La La La, 3.Move Your Body, 4.Meaning Of My Life, 5.Boy Are You Ready?, 6.I Wanna Be Your Toy, 7.Vision Of Love, 8.El Pelotón, 9.Fire In The Sky, 10.Freak It Out, 11.Power Of Love, 12.See The Light, 13.Shine, 14.Siga Me, 15.Viva La Fiesta, 16.Yippie Yeah, 17.Oh La La La (S/M Mix),
Oh La La La (1997)
Open Your Eyes (1998)
Move Your Body (Tu Tu Tu Tu Ta, Oh La) (23rd Mar 1998)
Shattered Dreams (1999)
Bad Girl (1999)
I Wanna Be Your Toy (9th Aug 1999)
Viva La Fiesta (27th Jun 2000)
El Pelotón (2001)
Meaning Of My Life (2002)
Boy Are You Ready (2003)
Amigo (18th Jul 2005)
Allez Allez! (2nd Jun 2016)
Eivissa is the Catalan name of Ibiza island. 2 Eivissa was created in 1997 by Hamburg-based production crew Team 33. Most tracks were written and produced by Ambrogio Crotti, Luigi Ricco (real name Luis Rodriguez) and David Granados Lacera. Project featured vocalist Terri Bjerre and Melannie Molinnus on the first album. Then Terri B left the project to start a solo carreer, being replaced by Jobel (Josephine Hiebel) from mid-1999 on. On stage, the act was fronted by Jane & Francine (aka 2 Blond Bandits) until 2000.
Their debut single Oh La La La hit the charts worldwide, including Spain, USA, Italy, United Kingdom, and Germany.
The project was stopped after 2005, until it was resurrected by Team 33, who produced Hot Summer Night for David Tavaré using a vocal sample from Oh La La La.
Artists and groups featuring 2 Eivissa
2 Bells - Fire In The Sky (2003)
David Tavaré - Hot Summer Night (Oh La La La) (2007)
Tanga Team - Big Fiesta (2008)
Tapo and Raya - Dale Duro (2014)
Just Can't Help Me (1992)
Comin' Now (1993)
Let It Come Into Your Heart (1994)
Take My Love (1997)
Ma Backer (1998)
Love Funky (1998)
Just Can't Help Me (1994)
2 Example project was founded by Mario Percali and Alberto Castaman. First single Just Can't Help Me was recorded and mixed at Mary House (St. Lovigo), released in 1992, it got licensed in many countries and a remixes vinyl followed. Then came Comin' Now the following year. In 1994, Let It Come Into Your Heart was released.
Tyfoon Clubmixes (1996)
1.I'm On Fire (Regg & Arkin mix), 2.Bang To The Rhythm (Sax Mix), 3.Play This Song (Adams & Krimson mix), 4.Show Me The Way (Hi-tech mix), 5.Piano Latino (Extravaganza mix), 6.Fireside (Underground mix),
1.Freak Out (Radio mix), 2.I'm On Fire (Radio Mix), 3.Lift Me Up, 4.Universal Love, 5.Show Me The Way, 6.Lift U Up (Emotional Mix), 7.I See The Light (Dreamland Mix), 8.A World For U And Me (Adams & Krimson Atmoz Mix), 9.Piano Latino (DJ Jan mix), 10.Play This Song (Ultimate radio mix), 11.Raise Your Hands (DJ Joan mix), 12.Lift U Up (E-Raver RMX), 13.My Attitude (Jazzy club mix Feat,
Androgyne (2nd Dec 1998)
1.Sisters & Brothers, 2.Stargate 5, 3.Kinky (2 Fabiola remix), 4.Ragazzi, 5.Feel The Vibe, 6.Flashback, 7.I Feel Like U, 8.Trippin On Air, 9.I Hate 2 Love U, 10.Open Your Heart, 11.The Afterparty, 12.Magic Flight,
Androgyne Clubmixes (2nd Dec 1998)
1.Stargate 5, 2.Sisters & Brothers (Oliver Adams Dub Mix), 3.Kinky (2 Fabiola Remix), 4.Feel The Vibe 5, 6.Magic Flight (Blue Monday Mix), 7.I Hate 2 Love U (Zohra In Wonderland Mix) 8,
Best Of For The Bigga And Bolda (26th Jul 2012)
1.Freak Out, 2.The Milky Way (Mindblowradioversionmix), 3.I'm On Fire, 4.Lift U Up, 5.Play This Song, 6.Feel The Vibe, 7.Flashback, 8.Trippin On Air, 9.Magic Flight, 10.Kunta Kinte, 11.Show Me The Way, 12.Sisters & Brothers, 13.Open Your Heart, 14.Summer In Space, 15.Universal Love, 16.Fab Megamix,
Evolution (11th Nov 2016)
1.She's After My Piano (Remix 2016), 2.Rock It, 3.Lift U Up (Remix 2016), 4.Beautiful, 5.House of Doom (Tomorrowland Remix 2015), 6.Me & U, 7.Flashback (Remix 2010), 8.No Good, 9.Let the Music Play, 10.Push It Up, 11.Doctor Disco, 12.One Night In Dubai, 13.She's After My Piano (Extended Version), 14.Blow Me Away (Bigga & Bolda Mix), 15.Release Your Soul, 16.Yes I Know (Tabularasa Mix), 17.I'm On Fire, 18.Freak Out (Original Tyfoon Mix), 19.Lift U Up, 20.Psycho, 21.Sky and Sand, 22.Ochtendzon,
The Milky Way (1989)
The Milky Way '92 (1992)
Kunta Kinte (20th Nov 1992)
My Attitude (1993)
Mission Of Love (1993)
Play This Song (7th Jun 1995)
Lift U Up (13th Jan 1996)
I'm On Fire (26th Jun 1996)
Universal Love (Oct 1996)
Lift Me Up (25th Nov 1996)
Freak Out (18th Mar 1997)
Magic Flight (28th May 1997)
Flashback (31st Mar 1998)
Sisters & Brothers (2nd Oct 1998)
Feel The Vibe (22nd Dec 1998)
New Years Day (16th Nov 1999)
Summer In Space (5th May 2000)
Straight 2 The Top (3rd Sep 2007)
We Love The 90's (1st Apr 2008)
Blow Me Away (23rd Jun 2008)
Lift U Up 2009 (30th Mar 2009)
Release Your Soul (6th Dec 2009)
Push It Up (5th Jul 2010)
Don't Stop (25th Feb 2011)
Let The Music Play (22nd Jun 2012)
Fire Inside (26th Oct 2013)
She's After My Piano (3rd Mar 2014)
One Night In Dubai (1st Sep 2014)
Beautiful (8th Jan 2015)
House Of Doom (30th Mar 2015)
Rock iT (1st Jun 2015)
Doctor Disco (29th Jun 2015)
Me and U (21st Mar 2016)
Break Away (9th Mar 2018)
Kunta Kinte (1992)
Play This Song (1995)
In 1988 Patrick Claesen, aka Pat Krimson was hired as promotion boy at Antler-Subway Records in Aarschot, Belgium. At that time nobody could have dreamed that this man from Limburg would become one of the driving forces behind this company. He set up a successful record label called Dance Opera and founded the popular Flemish band Leopold 3. Patrick wanted to get his share of the dance hype and therefore began to produce dance products on his own label. One of these products was The Milky Way, the first production under the name of 2 FABIOLA (another tribute to the Belgian royal family). It was not until 6 years later that another record of 2 Fabiola (apart from Kunta Kinte, featuring Blackanova) was released, Play This Song. This extremely catching dance track soon turns out to be a mega formula for their success on the Spanish and Italian music market. The results were 4 weeks number one and for about 6 months a ranking in the official Spanish top 10. This Mega formula didn't pass unnoticed in the Italian charts either: #15 in the official Italian charts. Meanwhile, 2 Fabiola came to be a real band, gradually conquering the European continent with its extravagant looks and strong live-act.
The group involves Zohra (singer, bellydancer), who performed a nunchako dance on stage, integrated in a beautiful choreography elaborated by herself and the sexy go-go dancer Fabio (who stayed with the group until the single Magic Flight). She helped by Carine B who does the background vocals. Apart from this duo, Pat Krimson is on stage too as keyboard man. This trio puts on a stunning 40 minutes show, making the audience wildly crazy. Andrès Romero, a well-known Belgian producer/composer/remixer from Spanish origin (who also did some remixes for Twenty 4 Seven), also took part to the creation of many hits.
2 Fabiola wants to be extravagant in different ways : the way they dress, they way they talk, the way they act. They don't want to shock anyone, they just want to be different. And different they are ! That's one of the main reasons why they are so famous.
The successor record Lift U Up became a huge success once again in Spain and Italy, and this time the Belgian charts didn't let this second success formula go by unnoticed: 5 weeks number 1, both in the Ultratop 30 and the VTW Super 50. And on the top of that, Lift U Up won an award for best Belgian production. The Golden record resulting from these magnificent sales figures, was presented on Friday, June 21, 1996 at club RIO in St.-Katelijne Waver in Belgium. The band was absolutely thrilled with this recognition and said it hadn't expected this kind of success.
In October 1996 the band launched its big Christmas offensive : a X-mas single (the ballad Universal Love), for the Belgian market only, and a debut double album were released. The Tyfoon album, including the hits I'm On Fire, Lift U up, Play This Song and many more, now already accounts for over 25,000 sold copies in Belgium, which means a Golden record again. And while the album was selling like hot cakes, Freak Out, the new single, was being bought on a massive scale too. This up-tempo track with a squelching beat, ecstatic pizzicato tune and summery raga elements is well on its way to become the smashing hit of the spring.
Before Flashback was released, the group decided to make a pause, during which Zorah released her first solo single I Hate 2 Love U. Fabio left the group to concentrate on giving dance lessons. Pat produced some songs like Taboo Bells, My Playground, and Paranoid In Moscow.
Flashback was a highly futuristic number, somewhere between an authentic underground club record and a hypercommercial radio hit. With a combination of genuine trance sounds, along with melancholic melodies and the goading voice of Zohra, Pat, together with her producer Oliver Adams, was again on the trail of the ultimate number one hit. The theme ? Manga, a Japanese cultural phenomenon now also becoming popular among the young of Europe. The choreography and dress, the brand-new Manga look the group has taken on, is yet another of Zohra's achievements.
Afterward they released their single Sisters & Brothers, which was not a big success because they changed their musicstyle to disco, followed by the single Feel The Vibe and the second album Androgyne. Their latest single called Summer In Space and it is featuring Medusa (who is actually Evy Goffin, who later became the leadsinger of the Lasgo project).
In 1999 Pat Krimson started a new project with Nunca, renamed Nunca Brothers in 2001. This same year, the song Es Cubells was released under Pat Krimsons name.
In September 2000 Pat Krimson moved to Ibiza with his girlfriend Ann Vervoort (ex-singer of Milk Inc.), which marked the end of 2 Fabiola and Nunca. Pat started a dance record label called Benimusa Records named after the village they were living in.
In 2001, Zohra who had gone solo as Punk City (together with producer Kris Vanderheyden behind the scenes) released her first single The Mission.
2007 : After 7 years of silence, 2 Fabiola are back. Their new single Straigth 2 The Top was released on September 3rd. It did not feature Zohra who is busy with her model, DJ, TV-series actress and TV-presentor carreer, but Katie Michaelson. The single was written by K. Michaelson, S. Lovchyld, Underscore, Pat Krimson and K. Herme, produced by Pat Krimson and Kristof Herme.
2008 : in April, 2 Fabiola were among the artists who took part to the I Love The 90s concert in Hasselt. Pat was on stage with 2 new singers Viola Furleo (who previously contributed to Basheeba and Indiana) and Loredana De Amicis. They sung some of their former hits, but also We Love the 90s, a new song composed for the party, which was released on April 1st along with a videoclip.
The new single Blow Me Away was released on June 23rd with a new video.
2009 : they had planned to release a new album in October this year, but nothing came out. In December, they released digitally a new single entitled Release Your Soul.
2010 : 2 Fabiola's new single was entitled Push It Up. It was released on July 5th. The video, shot in Ibiza, premiered on July 7th. It introduced a new face : Tamara Reynders (a vocalist from Bilzen), who replaced Loredana. The Push It Up tour started on July 17th.
2011 : 2 Fabiola's new single was entitled Don't Stop.
2013 : Pat Krimson announced that he was working on a new 2 Fabiola single, planned for end of May. But nothing came out...
2014 : 2 Fabiola qualified for Eurosong 2014 semi-final to represent Belgium at this year's Eurovision Song Contest. Title of their song was She's After My Piano. It was finally not selected for ESC, but went viral on the web in no time. Videoclip was directed by Tim Strauwen and shot in Circus Rose Marie Malter and premiered end of April. In August, it was certified gold and won Radio 2 Zomerhit 2014. Because of She's After My Piano's success, next single One Night In Dubai was postponed to September.
Remixes done by 2 Fabiola
2 Brothers On The 4th Floor - Mirror Of Love (1996), There's A Key
Paradisio - Bailando (1997)
Pat Krimson - Tapas Chichi (1996)
Vanessa-Mae - Storm (1997)
2 Fabiola homepage
Antler-Subway Dance Site
M's 2 Fabiola Page
2 Fabiola at Dancevibes Belgium
Thanks to Anton "MC Kasper" Skaletsky, Ubaldo, Paris Gayzine and John
Gotta Believe (1995)
This project only released one eurodance track entitled Gotta Believe in 1994. Lyrics were written by Alessandro Zullo, Paolo Pozzi, Riccardo (Ricky) Stecca and Rachel Doran, the female vocalist. The label was Kiwi Records.
Thanks to Marian Stoica
Forever Dance (1997)
1.First Minute, 2.Cold As Ice, 3.A Better Love, 4.Blame It On The Sun, 5.Stand Up, 6.Lover On The Line (Album version), 7.End Of The Sea, 8.In The Beginning, 9.Only You, 10.Forever Mine, 11.Life Is Going On, 12.Move To The Rhythm, 13.Until We Meet Again (Classic long jam),
Blame It On The Sun (1996)
Lover On The Line (1997)
2 Fast 4 You features Antony Chimento (aka Tony, 25 in 1997), the founder of the project, Alexandra de Rosa (aka Lola, the blond gir, 22 in 1997) et Zelka Cobrda (aka Cherry, the red-haired girl, 21 in 1997). On stage they performed with 3 dancers.
All 3 are Italian and were already members of dance projects. Tony worked as choreographer and dancer in Captain Hollywood Project, T.T. Fresh and Intermission. Lola used to ba a dancer for the Italian act Giovanni Liberi, then she moved to Germany in 1995, where she met Tony. Cherry had worked with Lola in Italy before following the same path as her. Both girls like swimming, skating and of course dancing.
The song was a cover of The Free's famous hit. It was recorded and mixed at Soundhouse Records Studio is Aasen (Germany) by Rolf Wetzel. The CD-maxi included a B-side entitled My New Car, it was written by DJ Crazy, Bogdan C. Mack and Rolf Wetzel, arranged by Markus Weinhold. The single was published by A&A MV - Dusty vinyl, produced by DJ Crazy and Rolf Wetzel.
Rolf Wetzel also produced Gentle's single The Rhythm Of Love.
2 Fast 4 You performed at different dance festivals all across Germany, sharing the stage with artists such as 2 Unlimited, Dr Alban, DJ Bobo and Twenty 4 Seven. They also did a promotional tour.
An album entitled Forever Dance was released in 1997. Among the tracks, the excellent eurodance song Move To The Rhythm which melody was inspired from Antares' Ride On A Meteorite. Fot its release, they did a 70-Shows-Tour as the headliner presented by several radio stations all across Germany. They also recorded their best songs with raps in Italian and in Spanish languages.
Thanks to Hickermann and Klems
2 Fast 4 You at AW Music
You And Me (13th Jan 1997)
I'll Be Waiting For You (14th May 1997)
This project features the female vocalist Nancy Rentzsch and Tanja Geuder. The producers and songwriters are DJ Bobo himself and his own producer the great euro producer Axel Breitung.
You And Me featured a Radio Version, a Club mix, an Extended Version, and a Groovin mix.
The CD maxi of I'll Be Waiting For You, an euro-reggae song, included a Radio Version, a B&B mix, a Summer mix, and an Extended version.
Thanks to DJ Aaron 'Euromaster' and Tristan
Ding Ding (O Na Na) (1st Jun 1994)
Only For Love (7th Nov 1994)
2 For Love are produced by Holger Grauel and Johannes Lowien. The ragga-rapper is Dwight Hayden (aka Dilly) and the female vocalist is Jackie (and not Gladys), a former hair model. Their first single Only For Love was released in 1994, and it was featured in the French compilation Le Club des Clubs III.
The second single was an euro-reggae track called Ding Ding (O Na Na), released in May 1995. It was recorded at X-plane studios and featured the voices of Jackie and Dilly. It was released under Intercord Tonträger. The CD included a Summer radio edit, an Extended summer mix and a Holiday mix.
Thanks to DJ Aaron 'Euromaster' and MelodyMan
Do You Really Want My Love (20th Jan 1995)
You Don't Know (17th Jul 1995)
2 Heads is an eurodance project that only released 2 singles entitled You Don't Know and Do You Really Want My Love (which was so succesful that a remixes CD was also released).
Do You Really Want My Love featured the voice of Raquel Gomez. Music was composed by Mehmet Sönmez, Mamin Naghachian, and Daniel Ibarren. Lyrics were written by Robert Gerding.
U Gotta Listan 2 Da Muzak (1994)
No Tekno No Love (1995)
The project featured the vocalist Miss Ketty and US-born rapper Mackee Johnson.
Their first song was entitled Listen 2 The Music, released under the project name Hot. It was composed and written by Mackee Johnson and T. Heinzer and featured vocals by Evelyne Molla.
Then they were renamed 2 Hot 4 U and the second single No Tekno No Love followed. Inspired from Bob Marley's No Woman No Cry, it was composed by M. Johnson and T. Heinzer, written by by M. Johnson, produced by T. Heinzer, Steven F, R.Kaiser, S.Ruggirello and F.Arneberg. It also featured background vocals by Miss Denisa and Miss Brown.
Miss Ketty and Mackee Johnson are still working nowadays as DJ and vocalists. In 2009, Mackee Johnson released the single I Gotcha.
Thanks to WebDJs
When I'm Cleaning Windows (Turned Out Nice Again) (1994)
Produced by Andy Pickles (who also was a member of Hyperlogic) and Amadeus Mozart. Co-producers were Matt Aitken and Mike Stock. The style was country-dance, reminding of Rednex. Released under FLEX Records.
Thanks to Vision
Johnny (Sees The Fire) (1995)
Label: Snap Records. Finnish project 2 In Line was made of female vocalist Irina Keinänen and composer Mika Hiltula. Their song Halki Tulen Ja Jään (Crack fire and ice) got much radioplay in the mid 90s : it was voted #1 during a total of 7 weeks in Radio 3's playlist.
A videoclip was shot for Make The Right Thing (the English version of Halki Tulen Ja Jään)
No relationship with Spanish project 2 In Line.
I Call You (1995)
Can't You Forgive Me (1996)
Label: Megafont Records (licensed in Germany under ZYX). The vocals were done by Viviana.
The single was mixed and recorded by Angelica "Diabolica" Villella at Bliss recordings, studio C. It was produced by Luciano Zucchet, Massimo Gabutti and Maurizio "Apollo" Lobina, written by Bambini and Gianfranco Randone.
The second single Can't You Forgive Me was released under the label Neurobeat. It was produced by Maurizio "Apollo" Lobina, recorded and mixed by Luciano Zucchet and Massimo Gabutti.
Thanks to reBeL
2 Jays was a project of Simone Pancani and Vanni DJ. It was composed, arranged and mixed at Marasma Studio by Simone Pancani and Vanni DJ. Vocals on Tenderly were done by Chicca and keyboard were played by Andrea. Label : Lizard Bay
Wakin' Up (1995)
The project's name is sometimes written Two Kind or Two Kinds. Created by F. Diaferia, it featured a male vocalist called Charlie.
The vinyl contained 3 versions: Extended Mix, High Speed Mix and an Alternative Mix. It was written by G. Lo Buono and F. Diaferia, produced and arranged by G. Lo Buono. Executive production by F. Diaferia. Label : Synth Records.
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Sweet Little Boy (10th Sep 1994)
Holiday (5th May 1995)
Sweet Little Boy, released in 1994, is the first single from this very mysterious eurodance project from DJ Movement label. It was written and composed by by P. Rossini & P. Peroni.
Don't Stop The Music (22nd Apr 1994)
Don't Stop The Music (Remix) (1994)
The team is similar as Fun Factory. Tony Cottura took part to this project as producer and rapper (under the alias TC), together with Rodney Hardisson. Bulent Aris is co-producer. Lyrics were written by Victor Geddles aka Might V. Music was composed by Tony Cottura and Ariel Piaggi.
Thanks to DJ Aaron 'Euromaster'
Life Is A Bitch... (1992)
Have A Nice Day (1992)
Boom Shakatak (1994)
Let Your Mind Be Free (1994)
The Final Destination (1995)
Label : Come Again Music. Dutch project 2 The Core was created by Denzil Slemming (aka Michael van der Kuy) and Nick Nayme in 1992. Thir first single was entitled Life Is A Bitch... (Then You Marry One). It reminded a little bit of early 90s Twenty 4 Seven released. Then came Have A Nice Day.
In 1994, they released the single Boom Shakatak and the superb eurodance song Let Your Mind Be Free (maybe on compilation only). Then in 1995 came the nice eurodance song The Final Destination, along with a videoclip.
Michael van der Kuy and Nick Nayme also stood behind project Nymphomania.
2 Thousand is a project of Fabio Pierucci and Andrea Verona featuring DD Klein.
Thanks to Abelito
Best Hits ()
1.No Limit, 2.The Real Thing, 3.Do What I Like, 4.Tribal Dance, 5.Faces, 6.Maximum Overdrive, 7.Let The Beat Control Your Body, 8.R.U.O.K, 9.Sensuality, 10.No One, 11.Here I Go, 12.Burning Like Fire, 13.Info Superhighway, 14.Hypnotized, 15.Get Ready For This, 16.The Power Age,
Get Ready (24th Feb 1992)
1.Get Ready For This, 2.Twilight Zone, 3.The Magic Friend, 4.Contrast, 5.Rougher Than The Average, 6.Workaholic, 7.Delight, 8.Get Ready For This (Rio & Le Jean remix), 9.Twilight Zone (Instrumental), 10.The Magic Friend (Instrumental), 11.Rougher Than The Average (Instrumental), 12.Workaholic (Instrumental), 13.Delight (Instrumental), 14.Desire, 15.Eternally Yours,
No Limits (10th May 1993)
1.No Limit, 2.Tribal Dance, 3.Mysterious, 4.Faces, 5.Maximum Overdrive, 6.The Power Age, 7.Break The Chain, 8.Kiss Me Bliss Me, 9.Throw The Groove Down, 10.R.U.O.K., 11.Let The Beat Control Your Body, 12.Invite Me To Trance, 13.Where Are You Now, 14.Shelter For A Rainy Day,
Power Tracks (1994)
1.No Limit (Rio & Le Jean remix), 2.Get Ready For This (800 mix), 3.The Magic Friend (Rio & Le Jean remix), 4.R.U.O.K., 5.Workaholic (Hardcore remix), 6.Twilight Zone (Rapping rave version), 7.Tribal Dance (Extended), 8.Mysterious, 9.Faces (Trance-automatic remix), 10.The Power Age, 11.Juliana's Global Dance Network mix,
The US Remixes (1994)
1.Throw The Groove Down (Album Rap Version), 2.Throw The Groove Down (Album No Rap Version), 3.Throw The Groove Down (12" Club mix), 4.Throw The Groove Down (Defstrumental mix), 5.Throw The Groove Down (Euro Extended mix), 6.Throw The Groove Down (House Mix), 7.Throw The Groove Down (D.S.K. Du Du Vocal mix), 8.Throw The Groove Down (Roach's Ultimix), 9.Throw The Groove Down (Roach's Ultidub), 10.Throw The Groove Down (Voice Of The Underground mix), 11.Throw The Groove Down (Monster mix), 12.Throw The Groove Down (Nite Beat Club mix), 13.Throw The Groove Down (Doctor's In The House dub), 14.Throw The Groove Down (11 Minute excursion), 15.Throw The Groove Down (Mixmaster's Jazzvibe), 16.No Limit '94 (Planet Beats), 17.No Limit '94 (Planet N.Y. Mix), 18.No Limit '94 (Planet Miami mix), 19.No Limit '94 (Freestyle Drumappella), 20.No Limit '94 (Cultured Club mix), 21.No Limit '94 (Cultured Dub mix),
Sin Limites (1994)
1.Caras, 2.Deja El Ritmo Controlar Tu Cuerpo, 3.A Toda Maquina, 4.Ritmo Tribal,
Real Things (6th Jun 1994)
1.The Real Thing, 2.Do What I Like, 3.Here I Go, 4.Burning Like Fire, 5.Info Superhighway, 6.Hypnotised, 7.Tuning Into Something Wild, 8.Escape In Music, 9.Sensuality, 10.No One, 11.Face To Face, 12.What's Mine Is Mine, 13.Nothing Like The Rain, 14.The Real Thing - Tribal Edit,
Hits Unlimited (30th Oct 1995)
1.Do What's Good For Me, 2.No Limit, 3.Get Ready For This, 4.Twilight Zone, 5.No One, 6.Jump For Joy, 7.Tribal Dance, 8.The Magic Friend, 9.Workaholic, 10.Let The Beat Control Your Body, 11.Nothing Like The Rain, 12.Spread Your Love, 13.The Real Thing, 14.Here I Go, 15.Maximum Overdrive, 16.Faces, 17.Radio Megamix,
Singles Collection (1997)
1.No Limit, 2.The Real Thing, 3.Faces (Extended), 4.Maximum Overdrive (Extended), 5.Spread Your Love (Tokapi's Radio Edit), 6.No One (Radio Edit), 7.Tribal Dance, 8.Nothing Like The Rain, 9.Let The Beat Control Your Body, 10.Do What's Good For Me (Radio Edit), 11.Here I Go (X-Out In Club), 12.Twilight Zone (Rap), 13.The Magic Friend (Rap), 14.R.U.O.K., 15.Get Ready For This (Rap), 16.Sensuality, 17.2U Megamix,
II (20th Apr 1998)
1.Wanna Get Up, 2.The Edge Of Heaven, 3.Never Surrender, 4.Closer 2 U, 5.Back Into The Groove, 6.Someone To Get There, 7.I Am Ready, 8.Move On Up, 9.Let's Celebrate, 10.Be Free Tonight, 11.II Unlimited Megamix, 12.2 Unlimited Multimedia,
Best Unlimited (Jan 1999)
1.Wanna Get Up, 2.No Limit, 3.Get Ready For This, 4.Let The Beat Control Your Body, 5.The Edge Of Heaven, 6.Jump For Joy, 7.Closer 2 U, 8.Back Into The Groove, 9.Workaholic, 10.Never Surrender, 11.Tribal Dance, 12.Twilight Zone, 13.The Real Thing, 14.Wanna Get Up (Sash ! Edit), 15.The Edge Of Heaven (Sharp Funky Driver Remix), 16.II Megamix,
Nonstop Mix Best (Apr 1999)
1.Get Ready For This (800° Remix), 2.Twilight Zone (Rapping Rave Version), 3.The Magic Friend (Rio & Le Jean Remix), 4.Workaholic, 5.Delight, 6.Tribal Dance (Extented), 7.Wanna Get Up (Sash ! Extented Remix), 8.Move On Up, 9.The Edge Of Heaven, 10.Let's Celebrate, 11.I'm Ready,, 12.Never Surrender, 13.Be Free Tonight, 14.No Limit (Rap Edit), 15.Let The Beat Control Your Body, 16.The Real Thing,
Greatest Hits Remixes (2001)
1.No Limit (RM radio edit), 2.Twilight Zone (R-control mix), 3.Get Ready For This (K-groove mix edit), 4.Maximum Overdrive (KC radio mix),, 5.Let The Beat Control Your Body (I.O. Sonic remix), 6.Workaholic (B4's Reconstruct mix), 7.Tribal Dance (Almighty mix radio), 8.The Real Thing (B4 za beat single mix), 9.The Magic Friend (MST radio mix), 10.Delight (PKG remix edit), 11.No Limit (Starfighter vocal edit), 12.Twilight Zone (DJ jean edit), 13.Get Ready For This (Sunclub radio mix), 14.The Magic Friend (3 drives on a vinyl radio edit), 15.No Limit (Razor & guido remix), 16.Twilight Zone (Sharp maniac remix),
No Limit - Complete Best of (3rd Mar 2003)
1.Wanna Get Up, 2.Edge of Heaven, 3.Never Surrender, 4.Closer 2 U, 5.Back into the Groove, 6.Someone to Get There, 7.I Am Ready, 8.Move on Up, 9.Let's Celebrate, 10.Be Free Tonight, 11.2 Unlimited Megamix, 12.No Limit (Automatic Remix), 13.Twilight Zone (Rapping Rave Version), 14.Get Ready for This (Rio & Jean Remix '92), 15.Let the Beat Control Your Body (X-Out in Trance Remix),
Very Best of (25th Aug 2003)
1.No Limit (Rap Version), 2.Twilight Zone, 3.Get Ready For This, 4.Workaholic (Vocal Edit), 5.Tribal Dance (Single Version), 6.The Real Thing, 7.Let The Beat Control Your Body (Single Version), 8.The Magic Friend (Single Version), 9.Maximum Overdrive (Single Version), 10.Do What's Good For Me, 11.Wanna Get Up (SASH Radio Edit), 12.Here I Go (Single Version), 13.Faces (Single Version), 14.No One, 15.The Edge Of Heaven (Sharp Funky Driver Remix Edit), 16.No Limit (2003 Version), 17.Twilight Zone (Rave Version), 18.Get Ready For This (Orchestral Mix), 19.Workaholic (Extended Mix),
Very Best of (25th Aug 2003)
1.No Limit, 2.Get Ready for This, 3.Twilight Zone, 4.No One, 5.Tribal Dance, 6.Magic Friend, 7.Workaholic, 8.Let the Beat Control Your Body, 9.Jump for Joy, 10.Do What's Good for Me, 11.Maximum Overdrive, 12.Faces, 13.Nothing Like the Rain, 14.Spread Your Love, 15.Real Thing, 16.Here I Go, 17.Hits Unlimited Megamix,
Trance Remixes (Dec 2003)
1.No Limit (Moon Project Mix), 2.Twilight Zone (PK Hard Trance), 3.Tribal Dance (Tribal Trance Mix), 4.Maximum Overdrive (KG Hitman Remix), 5.Get Ready For This (Yves DeRuyter Remix), 6.Let The Beat Control Your Body (Mistral Remix), 7.Workaholic (K-Groove Trance Mix), 8.The Real Thing (Trance Mix - Edit), 9.The Magic Friend (Black Joker Trance Mix), 10.Maximum Overdrive (Horny Horns Vocal Radio), 11.No Limit (PUSH Trancendental Mix), 12.Twilight Zone (PK Hard Trance Remix), 13.Twilight Zone (R-C Extended Club Mix),
The Complete History (2004)
1.Tribal Dance (Rap Edit), 2.No Limit (Radio Edit, 3.The Real Thing (Radio Edit), 4.Faces (Radio Edit, 5.Twilight Zone (7' Vocal, 6.Maximum Overdrive (Radio Edit, 7.Let The Beat Control Your Body (Airplay Edit, 8.Get Ready For This (Radio Edit, 9.No One (Radio Edit), 10.Shelter For A Rainy Day (Extended Mix), 11.Desire (Album Version, 12.Eternally Yours (Album Version), 13.Tribal Dance 2.4 (Revil O. Rmx), 14.No Limit 2.3 (Master Blaster Rmx), 15.Murphys Megamix (Faces), 16.Faces (Breakbeat Rmx),
The Hits (Feb 2006)
1.Tribal Dance, 2.No Limit (No rap), 3.The Real Thing, 4.Faces, 5.Twilight Zone, 6.Maximum Overdrive, 7.Let The Beat Control Your Body, 8.Get Ready For This, 9.No One, 10.Shelter For A Rainy Day, 11.Desire, 12.Eternally Yours, 13.Tribal Dance 2.4 (Revil O. Rmx), 14.No Limit 2.3 (Master Blaster Rmx), 15.Murphys Megamix part 2, 16.Faces (Automatic Breakbeat Rmx),
Unlimited Hits and Remixes (5th May 2014)
1.No Limit, 2.No Limit (Brasilian remix), 3.Get Ready (rap version edit), 4.Get Ready (Steve Aoki edit), 5.Jump For Joy (Yellow Claw remix), 6.Tribal Dance, 7.Twilight Zone, 8.No Limit (Joachim Garraud remix), 9.No One, 10.The Magic Friend, 11.Workaholic, 12.Let The Beat Control Your Body, 13.Nothing Like The Rain, 14.Spread Your Love, 15.Do What's Good For Me, 16.The Real Thing, 17.Here I Go, 18.Maximum Overdrive, 19.Faces, 20.No Limit (Zatox remix),
Throw The Groove Down (US only) ()
Get Ready For This (1st Sep 1991)
Twilight Zone (13th Jan 1992)
Workaholic (21st Apr 1992)
The Magic Friend (3rd Aug 1992)
No Limit (18th Jan 1993)
Tribal Dance (26th Apr 1993)
Faces (20th Aug 1993)
Maximum Overdrive (8th Nov 1993)
Let The Beat Control Your Body (21st Jan 1994)
The Real Thing (9th May 1994)
No One (19th Sep 1994)
Kids Like You And Me (1995)
Here I Go (6th Mar 1995)
Nothing Like The Rain (6th Jun 1995)
Do What's Good For Me (28th Sep 1995)
Jump For Joy (22nd Jan 1996)
Spread Your Love (29th Apr 1996)
Wanna Get Up (16th Mar 1998)
Edge Of Heaven (15th May 1998)
Never Surrender (19th Aug 1998)
No Limit 2000 (4th Apr 2000)
Twilight Zone 2000 (8th Sep 2000)
Get Ready For This (Deruyter remix) (May 2001)
Get Ready For This (Robbie Riviera remix) (Aug 2001)
No Limit 2.3 (10th Jul 2003)
Tribal Dance 2.4 (Nov 2003)
Get Ready 2013 (28th Oct 2013)
Get Ready For This (1991)
Twilight Zone (1992)
First produced by Phil Wilde and Jean-Paul De Coster as an instrumental in Spring 1991, Get Ready For This reached #2 in the UK charts. Ray Slijngaard was contacted to write lyrics and add the rap to the track. He also suggested bringing in a female vocalist who turned to be Anita Doth (Dels), a singer he knew from the club scene in Amsterdam. The new version was released in September the same year, and was an immediate hit in Europe, Australia and Japan. In autumn 1995 it unexpectedly hit the US Billboard Charts for the second time, peaking at #38.
Twilight Zone was released in March 1992. It was the first track to be written as a team by Jean-Paul, Phil, Anita and Ray. Like the previous release, it went silver in the UK, and brought in the first gold record in Holland, as well as their first #1 in most countries. Anita and Ray recorded 2 videos in 2 days : Get Ready For This and Twilight Zone. Back on the road, they visited Scotland, Belium, Spain, Germany, Greece, Argentina and Brazil, from where they flew directly to the World Music Awards in Monaco for a special guest appearence. Twilight Zone eventually peaked in the Billboard Hot 100 at #48, while they made their first appearance there.
To prove they were more than a single-act, the album Get Ready was released on February 24th 1992. Featuring 9 tracks and 5 additionnal remixes, the album was developed in three parts, including a 'romantic' section featuring some ballads. The succes of the album (golden status in the USA, over 500 000 copies sold, and more than 2 million copies sold across the world) largely confirmed their ambition.
Workaholic was first released April 21st 1992. They visited Finland for the first time, then went for a memorable trip to Japan. In the bus from the airport to the hotel they listened to the first demo of No Limits. They were not convinced, although the Japanese loved it immediately.
August 3rd 1992 saw the launch of one of Anita's and Ray's favourite early singles : The Magic Friend. When shooting the video in Australia's Pinnacle Desert and Wave Rock, they discovered that no less than 3 singles were in the charts there, with the album Get Ready topping the album charts as well. Tour brought them to Germany, Belgium, the UK, Ireland (where they had scored 4 consecutive #1 hits) and Canada, immediately followed by the second US tour. In December they were elected Best Newcomers at the Smash Hits Poll Winners Party.
After some debate, No Limit was chosen to announce the sophomore album, and released on January 18th 1993. It was their biggest hit to date, scoring #1 in 35 different countries (including a six-week run in the UK). It is still the most well-known and played 2 Unlimited track. It picked up an incredible string of Gold and Platinum awards, eventually selling over 2,5 million copies worldwide.
Tribal Dance was originally released April 26th 1994. Worries that the band could not survive the mega-hit syndrome were dispelled when it nearly eulas the success of No Limits. It also heightened the expectations about the upcoming album. During their second visit to the World Music Awards, they picked up an award as the World's Bestselling Dutch Recording Artist. It was covered by Italian project Tribal Unlimited.
May 10th 1993, after being recorded, re-recorded, mixed, and re-mixed, No Limits album was finally released. Part of the delay were the endless interruptions for gigs, promo visits and video shoots which cause recordings to be endlessly rescheduled. After the release, the whole world got on the phone, requesting Anita and Ray for shows, TV appearances, interviews, special events etc. As well as returning to virtually every European country, they undertook an extensive Asian tour, which brought them to India, Hong Kong, China, Korea, Japan, the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand, giving new meaning to the expression "around the world in a day". No Limits was the second most sold single in France for the year 1993.
Thinking of the level of poverty that they saw beyond the walls of luxury hotels during their various tours, Anita and Ray wrote Faces, an unusual choice for a dance act but an indication of their awareness of what is happening elsewhere. It was released on August 20th 1993.
Then the fourth hit of the album, entitled Maximum Overdrive, was released in November 8th 1993. When a concert was cancelled due to illness in Denmark, a riot broke out. A short trip brings therm to Russia for the first time, with 2 shows in Moscow. An East European tour is rounded off at the Mega Dance festival in Budapest, where they play in front of 80 000 people. A last highlight of the year is where they are voted Best Dance Act at the Smash Hits Poll Winners Party.
A complete newly recorded version of the album track Let The Beat Control Your Body was released on January 21st 1994, the first single of the year and the last from No Limits. After being renamed Let The Bass Control Your Body to avoid possible misundestanding in French (never heard of that NdLR), it went to #1 in France. Anita and Ray kicked off the year with a tour in Japan and a visit to the Winter Music Conference in Miami.
May 9th 1994 : The Real Thing was the first release from the upcoming album and another #1 in many countries. Its success is a good indication of what is to come from Real Things. At an early stage of the demo, the 'Bach idea' (based on Toccata and Fugue in D minor) was chosen as a likely single. It turned out to be The Real Thing. The title was a sideswipe at the numerous 2 Unlimited soundalike in the stores at the same time.
June 6th 1994 : The day it was released, the third album Real Things went Gold int he UK and straight to #1 in Germany, Holland and France. The release party was held at Disneyland Paris, with press coverage from all over Europe and a spectacular MTV special. Stylistically, the album ranged from upfront eurodance tracks to trancy mid-tempos and electro-ballads. In some countries the album stayed in the charts for over a year.
Realeased on September 19th 1994, No One was one of the singles to get the most airplay on key radiostations all over Europe. At their biggest show so far, 450 000 people caught them at Holland's Parkpop Festival. The next day they left for Australia to shoot the video for No One on Low Island, part of the exotic Great Barrier Reef.
2 Unlimited went interactive with the release of Beyond Limits, a CD-i which featured videos, music, pictures and background information
At the first-ever European MTV-awards in Berlin, the band was nominated in the category 'Best dance act'. On January 7, 1995, in The Netherlands, they got the B.V. Popprijs 1994 award, with 10.000 guilders, which was donated to the United Nation's fund for UNICEF. They even appeared on the popular British sitcom 'Absolutely Fabulous'.
March 6th 1995 saw the release of the 3rd single from Real Things : Here I Go. With this release they equalled a record of 12 consecutive top ten singles. Other members of this select club included Abba, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Kinks, Madonna and The Bee Gees. At Monaco's annual World Music Awards they picked up their 3rd trophy.
The last release from Real Things was Nothing Like The Rain on June 6th 1995. It was also their first ballad as a single, remixed for the dancefloors. During this period, Phil, Jean-Paul, Ray and Anita said they were working on demos for some new tracks which would open the door for the future changes in style.
In 1995, they released a promo single called Kids Like You And Me, basically just a remake of Do What's Good For Me with different lyrics, only released in the Netherlands.
2 Unlimited has many labels all over the globe. In the States, it's Radikal and Critique that bring the country CD and cassettes. Hot Productions handles 12' releases. In Canada, it's Quality Records. In Holland, of course, it's Byte. Germany gets 2 Unlimited stuff from ZYX Records, France from Scorpio. And the U.K. buys from PWL Continental. Greece is handled by FM Records. In Sweden, the old 2 Unlimited were distributed by CNR records and the new by MNW.
October 30th 1995 saw the release of 2 Unlimited's first best of album. Entitled Hits Unlimited, it gathered the 13 previous hits and 3 new tracks that would be released as singles between the end of 1995 and 1996 : Do What's Good For Me, Jump For Joy, and Spread Your Love. The album includes a booklet, which tells the group's history. Nobody knew it at this time, but these were Anita's and Ray's last appearances with 2 Unlimited. Indeed, Anita and Ray thought they had too little input in 2 Unlimited so they finally left the group to begin a solo carreer.
An interview with Anita Doth in the magazine Nieuwe Revu published many years after (in 2001) gives more details. In the beginning Anita and Ray where friends. But Ray couldn't handle his succes. He had sex with a lot of female fans and sometimes he got agressive against Anita and others. But Anita does not blame it to him, she explains it was psychically too hard for him. Anita is more angry about Jean-Paul deCoster, she describes him as a really egoistic money-grubber. When their contract ended in 1996 Ray and Anita had some bad argues with Jean-Paul and Phil Wilde. In the group, Ray and Anita where responsible for the style, the show, the lyrics and the clothes. They asked for more money and influence. Jean-Paul (who did the finances) refused tot give that. After that, Ray and Anita quitted with 2 Unlimited. After the break, a courtcase followed, once again about money : J.P. deCoster sued Anita for destroying his band. But he lost the case and he had to pay Anita the same amount of the money that he demanded because the statetement considered he paid her too little when she was a part of 2 Unlimited.
There were rumors about vocalist Sylvia Samson, who said she already done backing vocals for several 2 Unlimited songs. It was announced that she was going to be the new official 2 Unlimited frontlady, but when the time came for her to sign the contract she refused on her lawyer's advice. She didn't want to be tied up for 5 years. It was later revealed that the whole Sylvia Samson story was pure invention.
The producers searched for new performers. Romy van Ooijen went to Jean-Paul and said that she was interested. After many talks, auditions and try-outs they came to an agreement and she joined 2 Unlimited. Marion van Iwaarden was completing the duo (Marion was initially written with a 'J', but that was changed into an 'I' because it's easier to pronounce in foreign countries). So, following in the footsteps of Magic Affair, the new 2 Unlimited would become a female duo.
At the time that Romy and Marion joined 2 Unlimited, most tracks for the new album were already finished, sung in by Sylvia Samson. Sylvia's voice was erased out of all the new songs and Romy and Marion re-recorded them with their own vocals.
1998 was the year that the new formation was presented to the world. They released their first single Wanna Get Up on the 16th of March 1998 in Holland and Belgium. The rest of Europe followed in May and the UK followed in June. After several try-out concerts in Russia and England they were finally ready to conquer the world...
A few weeks after the release of Wanna Get Up, which got heavy airplay in Holland on TV and radio, the new album II was released world-wide.... The 20th of April 1998 was the day that the new album got its press release with more than 60 press bureaux from over the world attending it's presentation. One week later it hit the stores, not in all countries though...
Marion stated in an interview that 2 Unlimited would be heading in a pop direction : no more technobeats, no more raps, but fresh pop/dance songs with future trance influences. In the album you could find some eurodisco tracks (booming euro bassdrums combined with disco sounds and the typical 2 Unlimited melodies). The current sound of the European clubs according to Jean-Paul de Coster. Fortunately for the fans, it also contained several powerful and stomping dance tracks too, such as Never Surrender, I Am Ready and Be Free Tonight... I Am Ready sounded a lot like Sash! 's Ecuador. Closer 2 U was rather a jungle/Drum & Bass track. The producers described it as the best 2 Unlimited album until now...
Wanna Get Up was still storming the international charts while the second single was already out in the Netherlands and Belgium. About The Edge Of Heaven, expectations were even higher than they were with Wanna Get Up, because it saw the return of the 2 Unlimited techno sound trademark : a future trance song with an amazing main hook played by a trumpetist. Some described it as a mixture between Infinity from Guru Josh and the Mas Mix of RAF's Ocean Whispers. The video that came with the new single was shot in Sri Lanka.
2 Unlimited have announced the release of a Christmas single on Dutch television. But in the first week of 1999 the record company Byte Records Belgium announced that Romy had left 2 Unlimited. In a radio interview Marion said that she had already known for a month that Romy was going to leave the band. She said that they still kept in touch with each other often, that they've had a great time together and worked together pretty good. Meanwhile, Romy stated that she wouldn't be surprised if Marion left 2 Unlimited within a month.
With the departure of Romy, 2 Unlimited's future was surrounded with mistery. While looking for a replacement for Romy, the producers were said to be busy on a new strategy, while Marion was writing new songs... Another version of the album II album was released. Destinated to the French market, its cover was the same as the previous version, without Romy's photo. The next single to be released was planned to be Closer 2U, because Marion did the lead vocals on it...
2000 : 2 Unlimited were back with a new remake of their hugest hit : No Limits 2000 with remixes of the New Yorkers Razor & Guido and Yves De Ruyter-co-producer Dirk 'Mike' Diericks. Unfortunately it did not mean the comeback of Ray and Anita, and the video was just an animated clip. The single was released in all countries where 2 Unlimited were successful. It was shortly followed by a new album The Millenium Mixes : Byte Records asked several remixers and guest producers (among them Jaydee) to remix 2 Unlimited's best tracks. After the summer the next single was released, a remix of Twilight Zone by DJ Jean.
2001 : according to rumors, all Ray's projects after 2 Unlimited failed. He was said to have went bankrupcy now, and no one knew for sure what he was currently doing. Meanwhile Anita had some success with her solo career, she had already released her third single and said she was happy to work with producers like Adamski and Todd Terry.
2002 : 2 Unlimited released an album entitled Trance Remixes in December. It was a big success.
2003 : some crazy rumors about Ray having died from overdose proved to be totally wrong. Ray was currently working on a brand new project called Legends. He teamed up with Herman Rarebell of The Scorpions to release a single called Eye of The Tiger.
A compilation by Ben Liebrand conatining only 4 DMC remixes only was at first planned, but it was finally cancelled. An album called No Limit Complete Best Of was released in Japan but it was a commercial flop. There was still no certitude if Jean-Paul De Coster (currently very busy working on projects such as Sylver and Kate Ryan) would one day start the project with new performers.
2 Unlimited released a new remake of No Limits under ZYX Music it featured Ray and Anita's original voices. It included remixes by Master Blaster, DJ Sputnik, and DJ Digress. In June it reached #16 in the German charts, so ZYX decided to publish a maxi CD. In the video-clip, one could discover the 2 new faces of the group : Débora Remagen and James Allan, but mostly see parts of the original clip of No Limits with Anita and Ray performing.
Ray appeared 2 times on German TV (ZDF) during Summer 2003, the first time to explain that he was currently negociating a comeback with the 2 Unlimited producers. But finally he asked too much money and was not chosen to be a member of the group again. During the second TV appearance he explained he was not interested in 2 Unlimited anymore, and that now he was a producer. Later, he explained the same to a Spanish magazine which interviewed him in Ibiza.
2004 : the follow-up single was entitled Tribal Dance 2.4. James left the group after the release. He explained he was fed up rapping playback on Ray's voice. He recorded a duo with Damae from Fragma, but the single hasn't yet been released.
Tribal Dance 2.4 entered Austrian charts in February and reached #41 in German DJ Playlist. A DVD & best of album called The Complete History were also released under the German label ZYX. Deborah and Suheil (the new male dancer) were working hard to promote the single. Unfortuntaly, after these last productions, the 2 Unlimited projects seemed once again to have been put aside... Tribal dance 2.4 won't ever be released in Spain because of a fight around the rights between the labels Blanco y Negro Music and the new label Filmax Music.
2005 : DJ Scarecrow used a sample from Twilight Zone in his single Zwielicht. Ray gave an interview in a magazine at the end of the year.
2006 : ZYX in less than 2 years, have acquired most of the rights on the 2 Unlimited productions, they settled in almost all the European countries in order to avoid legal fights with the labels. A new Best Of (digi pack) entitled Hits was released in February, the tracklisting was the same as the bonus CD The Complete History.
In March, Anita appeared on RTL Germany, singing No Limit. The represented 2 Unlimited, but without the authorization of JP de Coster, owner of the project's name.
In Australia, the DVD The Complete History as well as the 2001 Japanese album Greatest Hits remixes was released on the 17th April 2006... The release of Get Ready For This 2006 was cancelled in Australia. A hardcore version of No Limit 2006 was released in the UK.
Deborah and James (and sometimes Sunheil) keep on promoting the 2.4 remixes. 2 Unlimited were planned to appear live in the disco Dream in the UK during the month of August.
Sylver's new single Why featured the melody of 2 Unlimited's No Limit.
2007 : in December Ray did a tour as 2 Unlimited across South America. Apart from the 2U hits, he also sung some unreleased tracks, such as Arabesque, Round And Round, Dance With Me...
2008 : Anita and Ray, former 2 Unlimited members, were said to be negociating for a possible 2 Unlimited reunion, for live gigs. Among other demands, they would like to be authorized to use legally under the band name. Both also also announced that they would release their solo album at the same time, in September. But nothing finally came out.
2009 : in January, BeFour released a cover of 2 Unlimited's No Limit.
14 years after they quitted the project, Ray and Anita announced that are working on some new songs, along with one of their former producers Phil Wilde. They won't be allowed to release the new material under the project name 2 Unlimited. In October, after their surprise appearance during Milk Inc Blackout concerts in Antwerpen, they told that they were planning a world tour. Romy & Marion are back too, recording some new songs. Since they don't have the rights on the 2 Unlimited name either, they will use another project name : Two.
2010 : Ray and Anita released their first single since they reunited, entitled In Da Name Of Love. Luca Antolini released Let The beat Control Your Body in his hard trance single Control Your Body. The follow-up single was at first planned to be Still Unlimited, several times postponed, but they revealed in an interview that it would be entitled Nothing To Lose. In November, Bob Sinclar covered 2 Unlimited's No Limit melody in his new single Tik Tok.
2012 : In July, it was announced that, after many years of trials and negociations, Ray & Anita could now officially use the project name 2 Unlimited again. This wwas the beginning of a new cooperation with producer Jean-Paul de Coster and record label Byte Records. In August, Modana & Carlprit inspired from No Limit melody for thier single Club Go Mad.
Booklet of the album Hits Unlimited
Next Dance Generation © 1997-1998 by CJ Pelupessy
Dance Artists Infos
Michael Crook/Unlimited Too Fan Club
Thanks to Daniel Peyer, Alexander Melnik, Klems, Rogier Verkroost, Anton "MC Kasper" Skaletsky, Christian DTM NoLimits, Krasi, Nico, Dr Buzz, Kizoo and Kristalisator
What U Want (1993)
What U Want featured raps by the M.E.G.A (aka Erik Trinkaus). It was produced by Nino Tielmann, Markus Kissel for TNT Enterprises, published by Jellybabe. Music and words were done by Tielmann, Kissel, 2 X-Treme 4 U. It was recorded at Jellybabe Studio, Akropolis Musik, made In Germany by Warner Music. The single included 4 versions (4 D Air Mix, Dance Mix, X-Treme Dance, and Dub Mix)
Thanks to Necronomic
I Can't Stop (1994)
More Than You (1996)
Label: Rhythm In Action. 2-FM is a project of Davide Marsilio. I Can't Stop featured vocals by Annerly Gordon. It was composed by Davide Marsilio and Vincenzo Pinto, produced by Davide Marsilio, arranged and mixed at Avalon Studio. More Than You was released 2 years later. Arranged and mixed by Davide Marsilio (under the alias F.U.N.O.), it was composed by Vincenzo Pinto and V. Tomaselli. Executive producer was Guido Felicani.
This label of the Italian records compay SAIFAM Publishing Group has become, for every eurodance lover, a synonym of good quality eurodance tracks. Among the projects singed or licensed under this label, the most famous were Wienna, Morgana, A Kay B Jay, Housecream, Heartclub, Bandido, as well as the Dance Classics compilations series.
I'm Gonna Feel You (1997)
You And Me (1997)
Label : Decade Records
Artistic producer of I'm Gonna Feel You was Giuseppe Lo Buono. Franco Diaferia was executive producer and also contributed to composing and writing the song. The song was recorded and mixed at Synthesis Red Studio (Torino, Italy) by William Walker.
Then came the single You And Me. Executive producer was once again Franco Diaferia. Artistic producer was hiding behind the nickname of Master Of Europop. It was recorded and mixed by William "Dr. Sound" Walker.
Stop The Lightning (29th May 1995)
The single features backing vocals by Clara Moroni and the raps of Francesco Guzzi. The 12" contained 4 versions : a Lightning Mix, a Lightning Radio Mix, a Dynamic Mix, and a Dynamic Radio Mix. It was released under Crash records.
Thanks to reBeL and Alex Capilé
Feel Desire (2000)
Feel Desire was written by Davide Daccico and D.D. Klein, vocals were done by D.D. Klein. Some remixes were done by OVNI Project. Label : Major Records
Thanks to Marian Stoica
All Right Now (1994)
Tonight, Tonight (1995)
Tonight, Tonight (1995)
Label : Dureco. 2B Or Not 2B featured 5 girls. First single was entitled All Right Now and was released in 1994. Next single Tonight, Tonight was released in 1995. A videoclip (in which one could only see 4 girls) and a remixes single followed the same year. Both were produced by Team 3 (ManiRock, Masong and Riffi)
Crazy World (20th Jul 1994)
This project is produced by Ruud van Rijen. The name of the performer is Gilly-Mac aka Gilbert Themen.
The single Crazy World was composed and written by Ruud Van Rijen, Gilbert Themen and Jim Soulier, who also did the backing vocals. The E & M Club Mix was done by Ege Van Kruysdjik and Marcel Theunissen (producers of the Egma project). The single also includes a B-side entitled Play The Game (composed by Ruud Van Reijen, Gilbert Themen and Stay C), which was released one year before under the name RVR.
Take Me Now (1995)
I Wanna Be (1995)
Label : Crash! Records.
Take Me Now featured a solo female vocalist. It was arranged and mixed by Doctorsimon and Worker, produced by Graziano Pegoraro.
I Wanna Be was produced by Graziano Pegoraro, written by Ayram, M. Melega, Marco Biondi and Worker.
Thanks to Gianni
Feel The Beat (1994)
Every Day In Love (1996)
This Italian project featured 2 female vocalists : Rachel for the backing vocals (she was featured on Dynamic Work's Show Me and also released a solo single entitled Love Emergency in 1987) and Shey for the hard vocals. Keyboards were played by Bosio Davide and Prolo Giovanni. The vinyl contained 4 versions : Mix Version, Radio Version, Dub Version and A-cappella. It was mixed by Danny Tabotta, recorded at Flying Studio, Gravellona Toce. Label : Dig It International
Later this single, 2WO Shell released other single called Every Day In Love, from 1996
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Italian Dance label, sublabel of Farm S.r.l.
(I Can Get No) Satisfaction (1995)
(I Can Get No) Satisfaction was a cover of the Rolling Stones classic. 155 Jam was written by Claudio Zennaro, Franz Contadini, Fulvio Zafret and Sergio Portaluri.
Hey Everybody ()
You Are My Life (1996)
3 Interface was a Czech project based in Liberec featuring Chaos, D.A.B., Jack Mocňák and Leny. They recorded a promo EP entitled You Are My Life which was written by Jack Mocňák and Patrick Fouquč, recorded and mixed at Spin Studio in Liberec, mastered in Rudolfinum Studio in Prague and released in 1996 under N Musiq label. It was dedicated to the memory of Jan Vích, who was one of the record's producers. It did not include song Hey Everybody.
Everytime I See You (1994)
Spanish dance act 3 Noise was produced by Jose Ramón López Fernández (Ram-J). Single Everytime I See You included track Bang The Beat on B Side and featured vocalist Mike Molina. Single Moonshadow featured guest vocalist Miriam Tome. Label: Liberty Music
Thanks to Ulysses
Make Love (26th Aug 1994)
The musical team includes Manirock, Riffi, Masong, D Source and M. Simons. The project features the voices of the female vocalist Clementia and the rapper Markel.
Success (2nd Dec 1994)
Hand In Hand (12th Apr 1995)
All I Want Is You (8th Aug 1995)
Harder Like Stone (4th Apr 2014)
Success (Lucifer's Remixes) (1994)
Hand In Hand (1995)
Harder Like Stone (Randy Norton 2k16 Remixes) (30th Mar 2016)
3-O-Matic were Nancy Rentzsch (who now married DJ Bobo), Tanja Geuder (28 years old at this time), also joined DJ Bobo's team, and the rapper and songwriter George Walden III aka Wild Thang. The producers were N-Dee (Andy Lutschounig) and Frank Lio (Achim Kleist). Nancy and Tanya had been knowing each other since 1986, when they attended the same dance studio. They toured as dancers with Haddaway in 1993. The project'name came from a play on word. 3 was chosen because they were a trio. The other part of the name came from Variomatic, the automatic transmission in Tanya's car (originally created by Dutch car manufacturer DAF, and which was used in over 40 car brands and models).
3-O-Matic recorded an album in 1996 called Senerata which means "Serenate" in English. The album was coproduced by Antonio De'luque which was also the producer of A.A.A.. Amazing pure eurodance singers were featured in this 3-O-Matic album, such as M.J. Gibbs, MC Bla, Serena.The album contained 8 songs, including the singles Success, All I Want Is You and Hand In Hand. The album was never released, unfortunately.
In 1995 3-O-Matic did two remixes for Odyssey's hit-single Face To Face (the Face The House Mix and the Hard Tribe Remix).
Thanks to Nancy Rentzsch-Baumann and Anton "MC Ka$per" Skaletsky
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1.Can U Feel It, 2.Love Is Alive, 3.Round & Round, 4.Waiting For Tonight, 5.Second Nature, 6.So Inspired, 7.One Night, 8.Step By Step, 9.Love And Emotion, 10.If My Heart Could Talk, 11.Listening To The Rain, 12.Can U Feel It (LCD Galactica Mix),
Can U Feel It (1995)
One Night (1996)
Love Is Alive (9th Sep 1997)
Members: Elaine Borja, Karmine Alers, Maria Christensen. Label : DV8 Records.
Thanks to steve
Words On Wax (4th Aug 2003)
Even if their single was released in 2003, the sound reminds the good eurodance of the 90s. The vinyl contained 3 versions : a Back To The 90's mix, an Upset mix and a Soul solutions version.
Thanks to EuroKidala
Lost Inside Your Love (1993)
4 Ever featured vocalist Barbara Carassi. Single was written by Cinols, Francesco Petrocchi and L. Capretti.
Thanks to Marian Stoica
Shake It (1994)
The single Shake It was written by Denzil Slemming, H.J. "Proove" Proeve and P. Musscher, composed and produced by Denzil Slemming and Proove. Label: Platform Records.
Thanks to David Nivin "Captain DJ".
Remember Me (31st Mar 2006)
Planet Earth (16th Jul 2006)
Take Me To Your Heart (20th Jul 2006)
Let's Do It (22nd Jul 2006)
Remember Me was produced by Frank Winkelmann and Dietmar Barzen, composed by Franca Morgano, Jérôme Favier and Yvan Tarlay and featured vocals by Franca Morgano. It appeared on Asian compilation The Best Of Techno Hitz Ever (Volume 2)
3 next singles were released in July 2006. Label : BME Records Germany.
Thanks to Frank Winkelmann
Wind Of Change (1995)
Back For Good (1995)
Wind Of Change (a cover of Scorpion's hit) featured a solo male vocalist. It was recorded and mixed by Raff Todesco and Sergio Bonzanni at Air Studio. It was released under Magma records in Italy, licensed under Boy Records in Spain.
Thanks to Gianni
Wezmiesz Wszystko (1996)
1.Make A Star (Intro), 2.Wezmiesz Wszystko, 3.Co Sie Jeszcze Wydarzy, 4.Uzalezniasz Mnie, 5.Raz W Koncu Wybierz, 6.Nie Marnuj Naszych Chwil, 7.Pragnienia, Marzenia, 8.Zmienic Mysli Bieg, 9.Labirynt, 10.Twarda Jak Skała, 11.Dotknij Mnie, 12.Niech Spełni Sie (Kazdy Dzien, Kazdy Sen), 13.Nie Wiem Co Robisz,
Wezmiesz Wszystko (1996)
4 Jumps is a Eurodance project from Poland under the Polish labels Star Maker, Dens, and Dance World, established in either 1995 or 1996, made up of vocalist Iza Myszkinis, rappes Tomek and Mariusz, and dancer Martin. They are best known for their song Weźmiesz Wszystko.
4 Jumps first appeared on the scene sometime in 1996. Their first single was their song Weźmiesz Wszystko, which became their most popular song. A music video was filmed for the song, most likely to support the release of their debut album with the same name. During 1996 and 1997, 4 Jumps continued to release songs to compilation sets, such as Niech Spełni Się (Każdy Dzień, Każdy Sen), Nie Wiem Co Robisz, and Co Się Jeszcze Wydarzy. During 1996, 4 Jumps released their debut album Weźmiesz Wszystko, which included 13 songs. The vocalist for the album is Iza Myszkinis, better known under her stage name Izabela and as the studio singer for projects such as Karolina, La Strada, and Starmix. English raps were sone by Dariusz Adekoya. Also in the credits of the album, members Tomek and Maruisz, pictured on the cover, are credited as the rappers for 4 Jumps. The album producers are Krzysztof Czub, better known as Dance Bond, and Jacek Kruszewski and mastered by Grzegorz Piwkowski. The album was released as a CD and a Cassette in Poland during 1996 under Dens and Star Maker.
During year 1997, 4 Jumps released a remix of their hit song titled Weźmiesz Wszystko (Jump Jump Mix) and was featured as singers on a new song titled Świat Się Z Nami Kręci under the name Star Makers feat. Karina Sedkowska, 4 Jumps, Kaska Myszkiewicz, Karolina, D'Adekoya and Cosmica. After 1997, nothing further was released with 4 Jumps so the project is assumed to have disbanded after 1997.
Thanks to Tyler
The vocalist of the project is named Arya (who is said to have also contributed to Medea Eternal Love). Heartbeat appeared on the compilation Maxi Dance Vol. 1/96.
I Just Called To Say I Love You (1995)
The single was a cover of a Stevie Wonder song. Gina Tielman contributed to the lyrics. It was released in France under the label Bellaphon.
Thanks to Hickermann
Do You Wanna Dance (1994)
I Wanna Be Your Love (1995)
4 NF means "4 Night Flames". The single I Wanna Be Your Love was produced by DJ Deba and featured the raps of the famous hip-hop artist Kurtis Blow. Raps in Do You Wanna Dance were done by Dj Deba. It was arranged by Gianni Bragante and producer by Salvatore Cusato.
Thanks to Abelito, Gianni, Eurodance Rage and Necronomic
Never Say Bond (1994)
Label : DJ Movement Records. 4 Non Bonds is a play on words between the 4 Non Blonds (a project of the 90s which had a big hit with their single What's Up) and... James Bond.
The single was written by Paola Peroni, Pieradis Rossini & Graziano Fanelli. Tracks 1 and 4 were arranged by P. Peroni, G. Fanelli & A. Carino at DJM Studio 2. Tracks 2 and 3 were arranged by at DJ Movement Studio 1 by P. Rossini & P. Peroni. It was realized by D.J. Paola Peroni, mixed and produced by P. Rossini.
Thanks to reBeL
Look To The Future (1994)
This single Look To The Future, a powerful eurodance track, was released under the X-Energy label. It was produced, arranged and performed by Andrea Buttignon, Max Suligoi, Robert Miklus and female vocalist Vesna Lavrencic.
Johnny and Mary (1995)
Johnny & Mary was released in Spain under the label Max Music and in the Netherlands under Jive.
A track called U Get What U Get was released in 1999, but it may not be the same project.
Thanks to reBeL
Maniac was a cover of Michael Sembello's hit, one of Flashdance movie leading tracks. For once, verses were not sung but rapped. Single was engineered by Simon Fitzpatrick and produced Tim Hannigan. Label : Redeye Records
Magic Love ()
The EP was recorded and mixed at MWM Studio. Label: DDD
Thanks to David Nivin "Captain DJ"
Do You Want (1996)
Project 4 Ward featured male vocalist Marvin McKay.
Are You Ready For The Summer Nights (1996)
The project featured a female vocalist. The single was written and composed by Mourad Belhadj and Serge Gendrolini.
Hold Me (1994)
European Spirit Master (1996)
The project features the raps of Tony Dyer and a female vocalist. The track was recorded at Dance Master Records (Germany) and released on compilation only. European Spirit Master (also know as "European Spirit Man") was included on the compilation Hit News Vol. 2 '96. It featured a female vocalist and a rapper.
Thanks to Necronomic
Future Love (16th Mar 1994)
Watching You Watching Me (19th Sep 1994)
What Have You Done For Me (1997)
Whatcha Gonna Do (2006)
Gonna Be A Better Day (2006)
4-2 The Floor was a project founded by Martyn Norris from Almighty Records, along with Gary Miller, Paul Barry and Steve Torch.
Future Love was written and produced by Barry Millers and Martyn Norris. It inlcuded a B-side called Energy Express. It was released in March 1994 in England and in October in Germany. Watching You Watching Me included a 7" Radio Mix, an Original Cult Mix, a Michael B. Linney USA Mix, an Illusive Mix and a Kinky Boyz Mix. It was out in September 1994 in England and in November in Germany. It was also licensed in Australia and, 3 years later, in the US. Both singles featured uncredited vocalist Katherine Wood, who was also the voice behind another Almighty Records project : Jane Montgomery.
In 1998, Paul Barry and Steven Torch contributed to Cher's massive hit Believe.
2006 : 4-2 The Floor released 2 digital singles : Whatcha Gonna Do and Gonna Be A Better Day.
Katherine Wood is now known as successful vocalist Katherine Ellis and is the voice behind club hits from Bimbo Jones and Freemasons.
1.Touch Me, 2.I Need You, 3.I Will Survive, 4.Die Walkure, 5.Don't You Love Me, 6.How Longer, 7.Shadows (Remix), 8.Girl To Girl, 9.Die Walkure (Extended Remix), 10.Touch Me (Extended Hard Core Remix),
The Remix Album (1991)
1.I'll Survive (1991 Remix), 2.I Need You (Red Zone Remix), 3.Girl To Girl (Soul Remix), 4.Die Walkure (Remix 89), 5.Touch Me (Sexual Remix), 6.Don't You Love Me (Atomic Remix), 7.How Longer (Molella Remix), 8.Underground Megamix,
Playing with My Heart (12th Aug 1992)
1.Move Your Feet (Overture), 2.Got To Be Free, 3.The Message, 4.Every Beat Of My Heart, 5.Take Time, 6.Knock At Cage Of Love, 7.Move Your Feet, 8.Wild Town, 9.Keep Your Love, 10.Everything, 11.Walking Down,
Greatest Hits 1990-2002 (2004)
1.Don't You Love Me, 2.Touch Me, 3.I Need You, 4.Girl To Girl, 5.Believe In Me, 6.Move Your Feet, 7.Got To Be Free, 8.The Message, 9.Everything, 10.Keep Your Love, 11.Rockin'my Body, 12.Hangin'on To Love, 13.Loving You, 14.Baby I'm Yours, 15.I Got It, 16.Let The Sunshine In, 17.All I Want For Christmas Is You, 18.Taking My Heart,
Greatest Hits 1990-2002 (2004)
1.Move Your Feet (Fargetta Rmx), 2.Music Is Movin' (With Fargetta), 3.Lovin' You (House Mix), 4.Music (With Fargetta), 5.Baby I'm Yours (Van's Hard Radio), 6.Dancin' Throught The Night (As Sharada House Gang), 7.I Got It (Mauro Picotto Rmx), 8.You're Deep In My Heart (As Sharada House Gang), 9.My Heart (Take Love Dub), 10.Walk On Water (With Simone Angel), 11.Move Your Body (With Anticappella), 12.Music (Music Beat Remix With Fargetta), 13.Express Your Freedom (With Anticappella), 14.Move Your Body (Radio Rmx As Anticappella), 15.Don't You Love Me (Dj Herbie Rmx), 16.Touch Me (Mars Plastic Rmx), 17.I Need You (Fargetta Rmx),
Die Walküre (Nov 1988)
How Longer (1990)
Touch Me (Feb 1990)
Don't You Love Me (Apr 1990)
I Need You (1991)
Girl To Girl (1991)
Move Your Feet (17th Oct 1991)
Got To Be Free (7th May 1992)
The Message (29th Jul 1992)
Everything (16th Feb 1993)
Keep Your Love (Jul 1993)
Rocking My Body (1st Sep 1994)
Hanging On To Love (26th Jul 1995)
Lovin' You (2nd Feb 1996)
Baby, I'm Yours (9th Apr 1997)
I Got The Music (1st Dec 1997)
Let The Sun Shine In (Oct 1998)
My Heart (28th Oct 2002)
Touch Me 2010 (25th Jun 2010)
Je cherche aprčs Titine (21st Sep 2010)
Shine On In Love (7th Feb 2013)
How Longer ()
Die Walküre (1988)
Touch Me (1989)
Don't You Love Me (1990)
Girl To Girl (1990)
I Need You (1990)
Move Your Feet (1991)
The Message (1992)
Touch Me (1993 Remixes) (1993)
The first single to be released by 49ers was Die Walküre in 1988. At this time, Pieradis Rossini was a part of the team. He was also behind all the hits from the first album : Don't You Love Me, How Longer, Touch Me (with samples from tracks Rock-A-Lot by Aretha Franklin and Touch Me by Alisha Warren), I Need You, and Girl To Girl, which all reached top ten places in the charts worldwide.
In 1991, Gianfranco Bortolotti of Media Records was searching world-wide for a new singer for 49ers. Over a period of 6 months, a total of 5 singers came to Italy from America and the UK to audition for the new album. The voice had to be perfectly suited and Gianfranco didn't find what he was looking for. The search continued. Finally G.F.B. reached Michael at MCA, who was a personal friend of Ann-Marie Smith's manager. After hearing a demo-tape of her voice Gianfranco knew that the search was over.
Immediately after, Ann-Marie came to Italy to begin work on the new 49ers album. Her desire to succeed made her all the more popular with the production team of Media Records who find her a joy to work with. The first single from the album Move Your Feet stormed the charts all over Europe and America reaching the first position on the world-wide charts.
Summer 1992 was the time for a double production, double success. 49ers released another great mix Got To Be Free obtaining big results from sales and press but it's with The Music Is Moving, the first track made with Fargetta, that she became the queen of the summer. The song was played in every radio, in all kinds of clubs and Ann-Marie was invited to many shows to promote the song and the new album, Playing With Me Heart, released in the Autumn 1992.
She is still at the first position with The Music Is Moving when Media Records released a new single of 49ers The Message which followed the others in success. In December she toured Japan with Mig and Cappella (both artists from Media Records) for a big media event. Then, a new production with Fargetta. This time she made new an old record by John Miels Music! Her powerful voice gave a different interpretation to this classic, giving the new generations the possibility to know it, love it and dance to it.
February 1993, the new single Everything got to the #1 position in 120 Italian radios and scheduled to be released by London Records. Within the first week of may, that got right away in the record mirror club chart at #5.
July 1993: Keep Your Love, a single that had very good response by the audience all over Europe. October 1994: The single Rocking My Body is following the bright walk of success like the previous ones. March 1997: The single Baby, I'm Yours was released, followed by another single called I Got The Music.
The 49ers hoped that the powerful Let The Sun Shine In wouuld bring them more success. This track had got strong vocals and was very suitable for the clubs. Ann Marie Smith at her best ! But it probably did not get the success expected, since afterwards, everything became very quiet around 49ers. The Media records team were busy with other productions.
2002 : on October 28th, a new single was released in Italy. Called My Heart, it included the B-side (Escape) My Heart.
2010 : in June, ZYX release some 2010 remixes of 49ers's hits Touch Me and I Got It. In November, after almost 10 years of silence, 49ers were back with an single reminding of electro/retro style of Yolanda Be Cool & DCUP We No Speak Americano. It sampled the theme and voice of Charlie Chaplin's singing Je cherche après Titine in his movie "Modern Times" in 1936.
Thanks to Onlydance
© Niklas Adolfsson 1996-1999
Summer Summer Sun Of 96 (1996)
Summer Summer Sun Of 96 was arranged and mixed by Milan Saje, composed and written by Frank Setzer and Steve Morel, produced by Après Midi. Label: Blow Up
It's A Holiday (1997)
Label : Dance Development. It's A Holiday was produced and mixed by the Unity Mixers.
Thanks to Abelito
Arabian Holiday ()
Train to Mandalay ()
Voice Of Time ()
4ward is a studio project of Axel Breitung. It is not known how many songs were actually recorded, but 3 of them were released on compilation only.
Arabian Holiday used the melody of Osmania's Face Of A Stranger combined on a slower, euro-reggae rhythm with an Arabian flavor. Train To Mandalay mixed oriental sounds with a powerful eurodance melody which should sound familiar to Axel Breitung productions fans. Voice Of Time reminded of the early DJ Bobo releases.
You're In My Heart Forever (1994)
Label : Discoid corporation (which was also the label of FR Connection). This project should be pronounced as "Forward".
You're In My Heart Forever was mixed by M. Gianfranceschi and F. Alberti at Kristal Studio, produced by Adamo Mosti and Paolo Del Nero. Vox was done by Shanti.
Thanks to reBeL, Marian Stoica and Alex Capilé
Can You Feel It (1994)
No Needs (1994)
Label : Union Records. Can You Feel It was produced, recorded, arranged and mixed Max Persona.
No Voice (1995)
Inside (26th Jul 1994)
This single features the voice of Ondrea Duverney. It was released in Germany
under the label ZYX, first as vinyl, then as CD maxi the next month. It was
also released in UK, distributer by Klone records. Ondrea also sung for the
group Space Family Unit, her voice appears on the single Final.
Thanks to reBeL
1.Cathedral Of Sin, 2.Amokk, 3.Get Up 2 Da Track, 4.La Vasca Se Mueve, 5.Apocalypse (Backwards), 6.La Tierra Ya Destruida, 7.Alarma, 8.Paradoxx, 9.Los Ninos del Demonio, 10.The Demon Attacks (Interlude), 11.Diablo, 12.I'm your Nitemare, 13.666 Devilmix, 14.Diablo (Radio Premier), 15.Alarma (Gabba Bootleg Mix), 16.Apocalypse (Forwards),
1.Far East Intro, 2.The Demon (Pulsedriver Remix), 3.Alarma! (Untidy Remix), 4.Confusion (Album Mix), 5.Bomba! (X-tended Mix), 6.Amokk (X-tended 666 Mix), 7.I'm Your Nitemare (Extended Mix), 8.Diablo (Club Mix), 9.Get Up 2 Da Track (Austin's Power Mix), 10.Paradoxx (Klubbirds Remix), 11.Alarma! (Let's Go Gabba Bootleg Mix), 12.The Fab 666 Megamix (Diablo / Amokk / El Fuego / Paradoxx / La Tierra Ya Destruida / Alarma!),
Who's Afraid Of... (19th Jun 2000)
1.Welcome Back To The Grave, 2.D.E.V.I.L. (Break The Spell Mix), 3.2 The Maxx, 4.Ruido Sintetico, 5.Bomba!, 6.Prince Of Darkness, 7.The Demon, 8.Mueve (Go), 9.Dance 2 Disco, 10.Return of 666 (Interlude), 11.Salute!, 12.Feel The Omen, 13.D.E.V.I.L. (What The Hell Mix), 14.The 666 New Millenium Megamix),
1.Amokk, 2.Supa Dupa Fly, 3.D.E.V.I.L., 4.Bomba!, 5.The Demon, 6.Alarma, 7.Paradoxx, 8.Dance, 9.Disco, 10.Diablo, 11.The Maxx, 12.I'm Your Nitemare, 13.Los Ninos Del Demonio, 14.The Millenium Megamix,
1.video section on DVD,
Hellraiser (Special edition) (2002)
1.Amok, 2.Supa Dupa Fly, 3.D.E.V.I.L., 4.Bomba!, 5.The Demon, 6.Alarma, 7.Paradoxx, 8.Dance 2 Disco, 9.Diablo, 10.2 The Maxx, 11.I'm Your Nitemare, 12.Los Ninos Del Demonio, 13.The Millenium Megamix, 14.Confusion (Bonus), 15.Get Up 2 Da Track (Bonus), 16.La Vasca Se Muev (Bonus), 17.La Tierra Ya Destruida (Bonus), 18.El Fuego (Bonus),
The Ways Are Mystic - Best Of... (Dec 2006)
1.Dance Now! (Screen Cut), 2.Amokk (Video Edit), 3.Policia (Alerta Edit), 4.Confusion (El fuego Edit), 5.Bomba (Video Edit), 6.Alarma (Sequential One Edit), 7.Dance 2 Disco (Dj Piccolo Full Vocal Edit), 8.The God (Kingdom Edit), 9.Insanity (Flashback Edit), 10.Rhythm takes control (666 screen cut), 11.Supadupafly (On Air Mix), 12.The Demon (Pulsdriver re-mix edit), 13.Paradoxx (New Radio Edit), 14.Get Up 2 The Track (666 is back) (Album re-cut), 15.D.E.V.I.L (Club Caviar Edit), 16.I'm Your Nitemare – Nello re-cut, 17.La Formula (Chemico Edit), 18.Diablo (Radio Devil), 19.Superstar DJ (Global Cut), 20.Back On Demand (Screen Cut), 21.Le Bruit De La Porte (666 on stage Edit),
Darkness (The Twelve Inch Collection Vol. I) (26th Oct 2012)
1.Alarma! (X-tended Alert Mix), 2.D.E.V.I.L. (Break the Spell Mix), 3.Diablo (X-tended 666 Mix), 4.Paradoxx (Extended Club Mix), 5.Abracadabra (Magic People - Voodoo People) (Extended Voodoo Version), 6.Supa-dupa-fly (XXL Mix), 7.Rhythm Takes Control (X-tended 666 Mix), 8.Dance Now ! (X-tended 666 Mix), 9.Get Up 2 Da Track (666 is Back) (X-tended Club Mix), 10.Alarma! (Vinylshakerz Remix),
More Darkness (The Twelve Inch Collection Vol.2) (13th Sep 2013)
1.Policia (Alerta! Mix), 2.Amokk (X-tended 666 Mix), 3.Dance 2 Disco (X-tended 666 Club Mix), 4.Los ninos del demonio (Extended Version), 5.The Demon (X-tended Mix), 6.Back On Demand (XXL Mix), 7.Insanity (X-tended 666 Mix), 8.Bomba! (X-tended Mix), 9.Mueve (XXL Mix), 10.I'm Your Nitemare (Extended Version),
Alarma (29th Nov 1997)
Diablo (8th Jan 1998)
Amokk (29th May 1998)
Paradoxx (2nd Nov 1998)
Get Up 2 Da Track (1999)
I'm Your Nitemare (10th Feb 1999)
The Demon (8th Jun 1999)
Bomba! (7th Sep 1999)
Dance 2 Disco (2000)
D.E.V.I.L. (29th Mar 2000)
The Millenium Megamix (14th Aug 2000)
Salute (Apr 2001)
Supa Dupa Fly (12th Nov 2001)
Rhythm Takes Control (24th Jun 2002)
Insanity (May 2003)
Dance Now! (14th Apr 2004)
Atencion (Nov 2005)
Ritmo Fatal (2010)
Whoomp! Supadupafly (15th Jan 2010)
Sexy Loca (Jul 2011)
Back On Demand (3rd Aug 2012)
Rubia (10th Aug 2012)
Superstar DJ (17th Aug 2012)
Super Fly Chicks (Rock da Place) (22nd Feb 2013)
Exit The Arena (13th Oct 2017)
Alarma! (Remixes From Deep Down) (1997)
Amokk / Alarma! (1998)
Rhythm Takes Control (2002)
Exit The Arena (15th Dec 2017)
The project is produced by Thomas Detert und Mike Griesheimer, the same producers who were behind Activate some years ago. They had also produced projects such as Dyno (There Is Progress), A-Trax (Sweet Lullaby), and Boys On 33 (Slam The Jam).
The members are Diablo (real name : Rene), Karin and Mandy. At first they had some problems due to their conspicuous name. "In the beginning some record shops and radio stations didn't want to sell and play our records. But nowadays people have noticed that our music doesn't concern of satanism. We are just party devils", Diablo tells 'The main idea was that we wanted to come up with something new and special. We watched different bands and their live shows. There were only happy and smiling people. We wanted to put a devil to a stage and do a dark show. That's why 666 was good name for us", Diablo explains. Diablo was actually not the real voice, he only lipsynced on stage.
Their music, defined as progressive house, uses two languages : English and Spanish. 'Spanish is erotic, powerful, aggressive and little bit dark' Diablo says. Their first single was nothing else than a cover of Activate's Alarma, combined with a sample of No Good (Start The Dance) by The Prodigy. It had a great success all over Europe. The following singles, Diablo and Amokk, had the same success. Then their first album, entitled Paradoxx, was released.
The newest single Bomba! was released during the Summer 1999, followed by The Demon and more recently D.E.V.I.L., announcing a new album. 'The familiar 666 style continues. We are working with a new album and I think it will be released in the end of the year', Diablo tells.
2000 : 666's following single was entitled Dance 2 Disco, reminding a little bit of the Vengaboys (according to rumors, the chorus was sampled on a verse of Pet Shop Boys - Can You Forgive Her). They also had recently relesed their second album, Who's Afraid Of, in the same familiar 666 style. Then came the singles Salute (released not confirmed) and more recently Supa Dupa Fly (on November 12th 2001). Supa Dupa Fly climbed at 7th position two weeks in a row in the Norwegian Dance Chart, and reached position #26 on the Swedish Dance Chart.
Meanwhile the stage performers team changed : now we have Demon aka Khalid (25 years old) who had worked as dancer / background singer for, among others, 2 Unlimited, T-Spoon and DJ Quicksilver. Floor (26 years old) had worked as dancer / background singer for CB Milton, B.B.E and DJ Jürgen. She has also worked as a model for Diesel and Gap Star. Yvette (25 years old) had worked as dancer / background singer Ricky Martin, Alexia and Alice Deejay.
2002 : 666 came back with the title Rhythm Takes Control ; the female vocal parts were based on Activate's single Let The Rhythm Take Control.
2003 : in March, Liah left the group and was replaced by Sarah. In May, their new single was released in Germany only: Insanity. It features remixes by Megara vs DJ Lee, Noemi, and Secotr 5 vs. Dee K. In June they were back in studios to record a new track called Dance Now (Kick It), which would be performed at all forthcomming Live-Shows...
2004 : Their new single will be called Dance Now! and will be released in January. The follow-up will be called Policia. It contains only male spanish vocals and sounds like their old hits. It was released in France under Airplay records in December. Then Edel Records released it in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Estonia in January 2005, as well as Airbase Recording for Ukraine and Germany.
The former female dancers left the group and were replaced by 2 new ones : Sam and Carry.
2005 : they released a new single called Supa Dupa Fly 2005. Meanwhile, 666 producers started a new project called Vinylshakers, under which they also contributed to the welfare project Help Asia. They covered a song of Murray Head called One Night In Bangkok.
In November, a single entitled Atencion was released by 666 in collaboration with DJ Bonito. It contained the voice samples sounds of their old single Amokk, combined with the melody of Shaun Baker Explode.
2006 : 666 are currently in studio to record a brand new track. They will release a collection of rare mixes and previously unreleased tracks by the end of this year. All tracks are completly re-recorded in 24bit and digitally remastered for the very first time, with really rare unreleased items such as The God, Le bruit de la porte, La formula and Superstar DJ. Called The Ways Are Mystic, this "Best of..." will be followed by a completly new album in April or May 2007 and a new single probably in March 2007. The albums Paradoxx and Who's afraid of? will be totally re-recorded and remastered as well, to be re-issued by fall 2007 probably.
2007 : 666 are back for good ! Their brand new single will be entitled Abracadabra. It featured Spanish male vocals only with technoid sounds and a RnB rhythm. 666 are now Demon with 2 new female dancers : Sina and Lena.
666 are working on a record together with Brooklyn Bounce.
2010 : 666 vs. Tag Team single Whoomp (Supa.dupa.fly) was released in Germany. It's a mash-up between their hit Supadupafly and Tag Team's hit Whoomp (There It Is). It went #19 on the German DJ Chart.
Dance Artists Infos
666 at Dance Street - House nation
666 Homepage - www.666-homepage.com
Thanks to DJ Stakan, Nico, Denis "DJ Hooligan" Zhabkin, Tavi Meran, EurodanceTracks & nolimits
Artists and groups featuring 666
Damon Paul - World of Tuning 2K15 (2015)
Get This Party (1995)
Label : City Limits. The single samples Speakerblow's Get This Party Slammin' chorus. The executive Producer was Franco Diaferia, the producers were A. Y. Aulicio and Roberto Fontolan.
Thanks to Adam
Dolphin Love (1994)
Music was composed by D. Gottschalk & M. LeRoC. Text by M. Epperson & M. Bright. Concept by M. Epperson, realisation by D. Gottschalk. The single was published by Edition Antenna Musik / Aries Lion, recorded and mixed by M. LeRoC at Sound House Studio, Dortmund (Germany).
Thanks to reBeL
Damn' it (15th Jul 1994)
Hey Sweat Dance (26th Oct 1995)
Their first single Damm'it, written by Accatino and Rimonti, was released under the label Reflex. Their second single Hey Sweat Dance (written by Accatino, Rimonti and Festari) was released under the label Domino.
Tonight's The Night (1994)
Label : Made Up Records BV. Tonight's The Night was produced by Denzil Slemming and Humphrey Proeve. It was featured on Japanese compilation Maharaja Night House Revolution Vol. 9.
Living By Numbers (1995)
Label : Inner Records. The single was producer and arranged by D. Marsilio.
Thanks to reBeL
No Matter What (1998)
Label: Bit Music. This cover of a song originally released by Boyzone was recorded and mixed at Ten Productions, produced by Ivan Ten. Title was mistyped "No mather what" on the sleeve.
Thanks to Gianni
I Want Your Love (1995)
840 are the producers José Vicente Molla and Juan Carlos Pla.
I Want Your Love was published under Lethal Records (Contraseña). A newer version of this song was released in 2001.
Thanks to reBeL, Gianni and Ulysses
Key To Survival ()
Key To Survival was released under digital compilation Best Of 90s in 2005.
Feel You Closer ()
Feel You Closer was released under digital compilation Best Of 90s in 2005.
Fire of the Night ()
Fire of the Night was released under digital compilation 90s Forever presents Best Of 90s in December 2005, under label Rhythm Revolution.
Move On ()
I Feel Free (1993)
Are U Ready / Cosmic Generation (1994)
Label : Sound & Vision. 94 Sale is a project of Dave Rodgers
Cosmic Generation and Feel Free appeared on Japanese compilations of the Maharadja Night series.
Success was written by A. Gatti, F. Guio and G. Pasquini. It was featured on the compilation Super Club Groovin' House Revolution Vol .23.
Are U Ready was on House Revolution Vol.27. It was written by F. Guio and G. Pasquini.
Thanks to grof pl. and Crazy4Music
Rain Your Kisses (1994)
I'll Be There (1995)
Hooked re-release (1997)
Hooked (Disc Two) (2000)
I'll Be There re-release (2005)
99th Floor Elevators consist mainly of Derby (UK) born ex-rock vocalist, freelance music journalist and fanzine editor, Adrian Fusiarski. He is supported by a floating group of collaborators & vocalists, most notably the writer, producer & engineer Clive Latham. They produced two massive tracks, Hooked & I'll Be There, with both reaching the top 10 in the UK's National Dance Charts. Subsequently, the tracks have appeared on over 50 major dance albums worldwide. Originally formed in London in the 90's, the project is now based in Southwest Florida, USA.
2006 : an EP of the I'll Be There remixes was being prepared.
Rain Your Kisses was the first single to be released in 1994. Hooked and I'll Be There featured Tony de Vit (the remixer) and the vocals of Ann-Marie Smith. Hooked was re-released in 1997 and 2000.
Thanks to zerotolerance