E Mello E Muneca E-Angel E-base E-Bomber E-Connection E-Go E-klips E-Magine E-Male E-Motion E-motion (2) E-Rotic E-Type E:Motion Eagle J and Played PNM EAMS Earlwood East and West East Beat Syndicate East End East Goes West Easy Lady Ebanks Raymond Ebodisco Echidna Echo Bass Eclipse Eclipse (2) Eclipse (3) Eclipse (4) Eddie D EDDim Eddy N Eden Eden (2) Eden (3) Edison Edison (2) Edoff Martina Edyta and Co Egg Records Egler Viola Egma Egory Eiben Christiane Eiffel 65 Einstein Einstein Doctor Deejay Eisele Michael Eject Ejszakai Jarat Ekstedt Karin Eku El Chicko El Falaki Amir El Sonido ELA Elan Elastic Band Elastique Electra Electric Gold Electropump Elektra Elektra (2) Element Louis Elen I Rebyata Eleonore Elephant And Castle Elevate Elevator System Eliane Elissa Elix T Ella G Ellas Ellas 3 Ellektronica Ellen Gee Emanuella Emel Emeralds Emergency Emjay Emme Katie Emotions Emphasis Emy En-rage Encore Ender Dream Endless Summer Energy 4U Energy Go Energy Productions Energyzer Enerjay Enflame Engelina Engelmann Bjorn Engels Gottfried Enigma Enlarge Enola Enrico Enterprise Records Entity Records Entropya Envoy Enyosion Epopea Erica C Erika Ernestine Eruption Eryx Escapade Escape From Escrima Eskimoes ESP Espago Eleonora Espresso Esquema Esquille Essential Essono Estelle Linda Esther Esther G Estrada Maria Estrella Esty Kim ETD Eterna Eternal City Eternal Sound Eternity Ethereal Ethik Etno Etoile Eu-Jheene Euphoria Euphoric Euphrasia Euro Company Eurobeat Eurogroove Europhoria Eva Eva (2) Eva and DJ Nelson Eva Ninety Four Evan Evans Barbara Evans Tania Evelyn Evelyne Even In Eden Evergreen Evermind Every Street Everyday People Evidence Evita EVO Evoke Ex-Melody Ex-N-Tric Ex-Plain Excess Exciter Exdream Exex Exil Exit Exit (2) Exit Records Exit Way Exotic Exotica Exotica (2) EXP Expected Two Experience Of Music Exposed Expression 4 Extrarecord Extreme Records Eye Of Angel Eye To Eye
Englishman Ian Freeman aka E.Mello, a former member of the Starlight Express ensemble and an educated dancer, was engaged in 1991 as songwriter and rapper for the group Bass Bumpers. He also created the choreographies for the shows.
Artists and groups featuring E Mello
Bass Bumpers - Bass Bumpers Megabump (1992), Get The Big Bass (1991), Good Fun (1994), Keep On Pushing (1995), Move To The Rhythm (1992), Runnin' (1993), The Music's Got Me (1992)
Deep In The Underground (1996)
Deep In The Underground was produced, written, composed and arranged by Mario Slijngaard and Didi Hamann, mastered by Maarten De Boer. The release included a CD-ROM part with infos and games. Label : Zavoy Records
Thansk to Eurodance Rage
Fly Me Over The Rainbow (1995)
The Antwerp Conspiracy (1995)
Thanks to Abelito
Fire of St Elmo (19th Jul 1994)
This project features the rapper Max P and a female vocalist. The CD single included a Radio Edit, a Club Mix, an Occult Version and a B-side called What Is Love. Music was composed by Julian Feifel and Patrick Magnet (who also took part to the project Sub Zero). Lyrics were written by Cedric Bradley, Julian Feifel and Patrick Magnet. The single was produced by Hot Stuff musicproduction, mixed by Jeo for Matiz, published by Hot Stuff / Pink / Hanseatic / Chocolate Records. It was released under Edel records.
Thanks to Eurodance Rage and Necronomic
Eurotoxic (31st Jul 2017)
1.Daddy Likes Apples, 2.Summer Will Make It Right, 3.Drunk Natashka, 4.Enjoy The Ride, 5.Pick Up The Phone, 6.Dr. Hormone, 7.Varadero, 8.Mr. Romantic, 9.Dancefloor, 10.Sleep With You, 11.This Weekend I'm Free, 12.Lucky Bastard, 13.Teachings Of The Dragon, 14.Arrhythmic, 15.Lonely, 16.Don't Break My Heart, 17.Metro, 18.Love Me Tonight, 19.Eurotoxic Megamix,
Tell Them To Call Me Dr Dance (29th Sep 2018)
1.I Want You My Baby, 2.Ekaterina, 3.Goodbye My Dear, 4.Play It Louder, 5.Family, 6.Game Of Love, 7.Pippi, 8.Freestyle Generation, 9.Mr. Romantic (New Vocal Version), 10.Daddy Likes Apples (New Vocal Version),
Daddy Likes Apples (8th Sep 2015)
Enjoy The Ride (30th May 2016)
Drunk Natashka (23rd Jan 2017)
Dancefloor (8th Sep 2017)
Love Me Tonight (12th Nov 2018)
Love Me Tonight (27th Nov 2018)
Forced To Dance (21st Aug 2019)
Project E-Bomber was founded by Slovak eurodance producer Michal Karpac (Pulse Of The Beat) in Summer 2015. E-Bomber isn't his pseudonym but only the project name. First "E" stood for Eurodance music style. It was a the tribute to legendary project E-rotic. Some excellent eurodance remixes of dance hits were published under alias E-Bomber
Debut single Daddy Likes Apples contained quite hot lyrics and had to be rated E (Explicit) for e-shops.
2016 : E-Bomber's second single Enjoy The Ride was out on May 30th under Dmn Records
2017 : First E-Bomber album Eurotoxic was out in July. Next single was entitled Dancefloor.
2018 : second album was called Tell Them To Call Me Dr Dance.
Thanks to Michal
Dreamin' Of You (18th Mar 1996)
Dreamin' Of You was written and composed by Roger P. and Chicco. Vocals were done by Chicco and B. The 2 first mixes of the CD were remixed by Misar (aka Mike Staab the producer of Magic Affair) and Wagenknecht (who also produced the project Le Voyage and remixed Pearl's Summer Holiday). A remixes CD was released in September 1996.
Passion of My Life (1996)
Thanks to Eurodance Rage
Mistery & Harmony (1995)
The single was written by Tripodi, Facchinetti, Flexxter (aka Severo Lombardoni). Vocalist was not credited, her voice probably belongs to Maria Capri. Label : Discomagic / Lombardoni Ed. Mus.
Thanks to Marian Stoica
You're Still The One (1997)
Looking For Love (1997)
Take Me Home Tonight (9th Jul 1997)
I Don't Want To Wait (1998)
Show Me Love (1998)
Big Big World (1999)
E-Magine is formed by Rachid Wehbi and Kimberley Wetmore. They have released many songs on compilations such as You're Still The One, Looking For Love, Take Me Home Tonight, I Don't Want To Wait, Show Me Love and Big Big World their latest single. E-Magine has also played a key role in the success of Interhit's Mega Hits Dance Party series and Priority's Country Hits Dance Party album. Rachid provides the brilliant production surrounding Kimberley's appealing vocals and the result is pure hi-energy dance magic
Thanks to Gianni
Let's Dance ()
Single was released as white label only.
So In Love With You (30th Aug 1995)
Musical team : Danski, Delmundo, Pryme (rapper), Rachel (vocalist). Released under Dino records.
Rachel also appeared on H.L.D.'s song You're Gonna Want Me. Pryme (or Prhyme) took part to the projects King Bee (Must Bee The Music), Sonic Surfers. (Beat Of Zen, Everybody). He produced the compilation Hip Hop II.
Danski and Delmundo are also the producers of the Vengaboys. Not to be confused with the house project E-Motion produced by Justin Oliver & A. Angus, which released the singles Naughty North, Sexy South (1996), I Stand Alone, Broken Wings, In The Moment. or with the German E-motion which released the eurodance single Dance To The Music.
Dance To The Music (1995)
The single Dance To The Music was written by Mariole, Learmond Jr. (who was also featured by Paradiso on the track The Hustle), Andy Smith and Andy Williams within an hour and recorded that afternoon in a studio in Neston. Raps and vocals was done by Learmond Jr. Female vocals were done by a studio vocalist called Karen. It was published by Paradigm Music in 1995 (licensed in 1996 under Popular Records L.L.C), original composition by Paradigm, engineering & additional production by Jon Maidment. Single was licenced from Paradigm Productions Ltd. & Xclusive Records Ltd. Learmond JNR appeared courtesy of Rhythm & Rhyme.
Courtney Dean St Patrick Williams and Richard Wayne Williams, well-known for being the rappers from LOFT, are sometimes wrongly credited as rappers, but this is a mistake with the name of one co-writers, Andy Williams.
Not to be confused with the house project E-Motion produced by Justin Oliver & A. Angus, which released the singles Naughty North, Sexy South (1996), I Stand Alone, Broken Wings, In The Moment, or with the Dutch E-motion which did the nice eurodance track So In Love With You.
Thanks to Learmond Jr.
Sex Affairs (1st May 1995)
1.Max Don't Have Sex With Your Ex, 2.Big Max, 3.Sex Me, 4.Come On Make Love To Me, 5.Fred Come To Bed, 6.Wild Love, 7.Sex On The Phone, 8.Falling For a Witch, 9.Take My Love, 10.Final Heartbreak, 11.Max Don't Have Sex With Your Ex (Remix), 12.Fred Come To Bed (Remix),
The Power Of Sex (Japanese version) (1996)
1.Help Me Dr. Dick, 2.Willy Use A Billy... Boy, 3.Why, 4.Ecstasy, 5.The Power Of Sex, 6.Love And Sex Are Free, 7.Talk To Your Girl, 8.Fritz Love My Tits, 9.Erotic Dreams, 10.Tears In Your Blue Eyes, 11.Gimme Good Sex, 12.Angel's Night, 13.Freedom, 14.Willy Use A Billy... Boy (The House Remix), 15.Help Me Dr Dick (The First Aid Remix), 16.E-Rotic Megamix, 17.Willy Use A Billy... Boy (Without Sexy Heavy, 18.Breathing Voices), 19.Help Me Dr. Dick (DR's Hospital Remix),
The Power Of Sex (27th Jun 1996)
1.Willy Use A Billy, 2.Why, 3.Help Me Dr Dick, 4.Ecstasy, 5.The Power Of Sex, 6.Love And Sex Are Free, 7.Talk To Your Girl, 8.Fritz Love My Tits, 9.Erotic Dreams, 10.Tears In Your Blue Eyes, 11.Gimme Good Sex, 12.Angel's Night, 13.Freedom, 14.Willy Use A Billy... Boy (The House Remix), 15.Help Me Dr Dick (The First Aid Remix),
Sexual Madness (Japanese version) (1997)
1.Sexual Madness, 2.Turn Me On, 3.Save Me, 4.Give Me Delight, 5.Don't Say We're Through, 6.All I Desire, 7.I Want You, 8.Gotta Get It Groovin', 9.Shenandoah, 10.Send Me A Message Of Love, 11.Is It You, 12.When I Cry For You, 13.Lay Me Down, 14.Dreams Never Die,
Thank You For The Music (Japan) (1997)
1.Intro, 2.The Winner Takes It All, 4.Fernando, 5.One Of Us, 6.S.O.S, 7.Rock Me, 8.Money, 9.Chiquitita, 10.Lay All Your Love On Me, 11.Waterloo, 12.Dancing Queen, 13.Thank You For The Music, 14.Outro,
Thank You For The Music (as Jenn & C) (1997)
1.The Winner Takes It All, 2.Fernando, 3.One Of Us, 4.S.O.S, 5.Rock Me, 6.Money, 7.Chiquitita, 8.Lay All Your Love On Me, 9.Waterloo, 10.Dancing Queen, 11.Thank You For The Music, 12.Outro,
Sexual Madness (5th Jun 1997)
1.Sexual Madness, 2.Turn Me On, 3.Save Me, 4.Give Me Delight, 5.Don't Say We're Through, 6.All I Desire, 7.I Want You, 8.Gotta Get It Groovin', 9.Shenandoah, 10.Send Me A Message Of Love, 11.Is It You, 12.When I Cry For You,
Thank You For The Music (20th Oct 1997)
1.Intro, 2.The Winner Takes It All, 3.Angel Eyes, 4.Fernando, 5.Chiquitita, 6.Lay All Your Love On Me, 7.One Of Us, 8.Dancing Queen, 9.Money Money Money, 10.Rock Me, 11.S.O.S, 12.Waterloo, 13.Thank You For The Music, 14.Outro (Thank You For The Music),
Greatest Tits (Japan) (1998)
1.Willy Use A Billy, 2.Turn Me On, 4.Help Me Dr. Dick, 5.The Winner Takes It All, 6.Fritz Love My Tits, 7.Gotta Get It Groovin', 8.Fred Come To Bed, 9.Sex On The Phone, 10.Sexual Madness, 11.Max Don't Have Sex With Your Ex, 12.Gimme Good Sex, 13.In The Dark Of The Night, 14.Megamix (extended version), 15.Willy Use A Billy, 16.Help Me Dr. Dick, 17.Turn Me On (Club version), 18.The Winner Takes It All (Classic version),
Greatest Tits (18th May 1998)
1.The Horniest Single In The World, 2.Max Don't Have Sex With Your Ex, 3.Willy Use A Billy, 4.Help Me Dr, 5.Fred Come To Bed, 6.Turn Me On, 7.Gotta Get It Groovin', 8.Gimme Good Sex, 9.Fritz Love My Tits, 10.Sex On The Phone, 11.Sexual Madness, 12.S.O.S, 13.The Winner Takes It All, 14.Baby Please Me, 15.In The Dark Of The Night,
Kiss Me (Japan) (23rd Mar 1999)
1.Kiss Me, 2.Temple Of Love, 3.Give A Little Love, 4.Don't Talk Dirty To Me, 5.Nick Please Not So Quick, 6.Wild And Strong, 7.Sam, 8.Do It All Night, 9.Dance With The Vamps, 10.Dr Love, 11.Makin' Love In The Sun, 12.Wish You Were Here, 13.Nick Please Not So Quick (Flute Version), 14.Kiss Me (Extended Version), 15.Sam (Extended Version),
Mambo No Sex (8th Nov 1999)
1.Kiss Me, 2.Temple Of Love, 3.Give A Little Love, 4.Don't Talk Dirty To Me, 5.Nick Please Not So Quick, 6.Wild And Strong, 7.Sam, 8.Do It All Night, 9.Dance With The Vamps, 10.Dr Love, 11.Makin' Love In The Sun, 12.Wish You Were Here, 13.Nick Please Not So Quick (Flute Version), 14.Kiss Me (Extended Version), 15.Sam (Extended Version), 16.Mambo No Sex, 17.Mambo No Sex (Extended),
Gimme Gimme Gimme (19th Jan 2000)
1.Gimme Gimme Gimme, 2.Get Away, 3.Hearts Are A Changing, 4.Chico Chaco, 5.Missing You, 6.In The Heat Of The Night, 7.Don't Make Me Wet, 8.Touch Me, 9.Don't Go, 10.Mambo No Sex, 11.I'm Horny, 12.Dynamite, 13.Shy, 14.My Heart Goes Bumm Bumm, 15.Gimme Gimme Gimme (Extended Version),
Missing You (13th Mar 2000)
1.Queen Of Light, 2.Get Away, 3.Hearts Are A Changing, 5.Missing You, 6.In The Heat Of The Night, 7.Don't Make Me Wet, 8.Touch Me, 9.Don't Go, 10.Gimme Gimme Gimme, 11.I'm Horny, 12.Dynamite, 13.Shy, 14.My Heart Goes Bumm Bumm, 15.Queen Of Light (Extended Version),
Dancemania presents E-Rotic Megamix (27th Sep 2000)
1.Turn Me On, 2.Dynamite, 3.Cat's Eye, 4.Sex On The Phone, 5.Gimme Gimme Gimme, 6.Do It All Night, 7.Fritz Love My Tits, 8.Willy Use A Billy, 9.Temple Of Love, 10.Help Me Dr, 11.Gotta Get It Groovin', 12.Kiss Me, 13.Max Don't Have Sex With Your Ex, 14.In The Heat Of The Night, 15.Missing You, 16.Nick Please Not So Quick, 17.Fred Come To Bed, 18.Get Away, 19.In The Dark Of The Night, 20.Wild And Strong, 21.The Winner Takes It All, 22.En Mon Coeur, 23.Move Me Baby, 24.Ooh Lalala, 25.Test My Best, 26.Cat's Eye (Ventura Mix),
Sexual Healing (May 2001)
1.L.O.V.E . (Sex On The Beach), 2.Sexual Healing, 3.Tempt Me On The Line, 4.Ralph, 5.Veejay The DJ, 6.Shag Me, 7.Lay Back, 8.Seven Seconds, 9.Jonny Y, 10.Got To Get It, 11.Baby Please Stop, 12.When I Lie, 13.Test My Best, 14.L.O.V.E . (Sex On The Beach) (remix), 15.Sexual Healing (Remix),
The Very Best Of E-rotic (Japan) (6th Oct 2001)
1.Willy Use A Billy Boy, 2.Max Don't Have Sex With Your Ex, 3.Fred Come To Bed, 4.Sex On The Phone, 5.Help Me Dr, 6.Turn Me On, 7.Flitz Love My Tits, 8.Gotta Get It Groovin', 9.The Winner Takes It All, 10.Baby Please Me, 11.Kiss Me, 12.Oh Nick Please Not So Quick, 13.Temple Of Love, 14.Do It All Night, 15.Gimme Gimme Gimme, 16.Dynamite, 17.In The Heat Of The Night, 18.Test My Best, 19.L.O.V.E. (Sex On The Beach), 20.Ralph Don't Make Love By Yourself, 21.Sexual Healing,
Sex Generation (26th Nov 2001)
1.King Kong, 2.Mi Amante, 3.Billy Jive (With Willy's Wife), 4.Untouchable Feeling, 5.Crying Like A Child, 6.Rock Me Baby, 7.It's Just A Little Flirt, 8.The Story Is Over, 9.Bad Boy, 10.Sex Machine, 11.Molly Dolly (Loves A Lolly), 12.Skin To Skin, 13.Billy Jive (With Willy's Wife) (Extended Version), 14.Mi Amante (Extended Version), 15.King Kong (Extended Version),
The Collection (2002)
1.Max Don't Have Sex With Your Ex, 2.Fred Come To Bed, 3.Sex On The Phone, 4.Big Max, 5.Willy Use A Billy... Boy, 6.Help Me Dr. Dick, 7.Fritz Love My Tits, 8.Why, 9.Gimme Good Sex, 10.Turn Me On, 11.Sexual Madness, 12.Gotta Get It Groovin', 13.Give Me Delight, 14.Save Me, 15.The Winner Takes It All, 16.Angel Eyes, 17.Dancing Queen, 18.S.O.S., 19.Baby Please Me, 20.In The Dark Of The Night,
The Collection (2002)
1.Kiss Me, 2.Oh Nick Please Not So Quick, 3.Temple Of Love, 4.Do It All Night, 5.Gimme Gimme Gimme, 6.Dynamite, 7.In The Heat Of The Night, 8.Get Away, 9.Mambo No. Sex, 10.Cat's Eye, 11.En Mon Coeur, 12.Move Me Baby, 13.Ooh Lalala, 14.Test My Best, 15.L.O.V.E. (Sex On The Beach), 16.Ralph, Don't Make Love By Yourself, 17.Tempt Me On The Line, 18.Shag Me, 19.Got To Get It, 20.Sexual Healing,
Total Recall (5th Feb 2003)
1.Max Don't Have Sex With Your Ex 2002, 2.Willy Use A Billy ... Boy 2002, 3.Gotta Get It Groovin' 2002, 4.Sexual Healing 2002, 5.Fred Come To Bed 2002, 6.Sex On The Phone 2002, 7.Gimme Gimme Gimme 2002, 8.Do It All Night 2002, 9.Fritz Love My Tits 2002, 10.Turn Me On 2002, 11.L.O.V.E . (Sex On The Beach) 2002, 12.Oh Nick Please Not So Quick 2002, 13.Max Don't Have Sex With Your Ex 2002 (Extended), 14.Fred Come To Bed 2002 (Extended), 15.Gotta Get It Groovin' 2002 (Extended),
Cocktail E-rotic (9th Jul 2003)
1.Lemmings On The Run, 2.I Feel Your Heartbeat, 3.Rave Me Dave, 4.I'm Over You, 5.Cocktail D'Erotique, 6.Kiss My Lips, 7.Latin Lover, 8.Heartbreaker, 9.Gimme Your Jimmy, 10.Don't You See The Light, 11.Dangerous Kiss, 12.Is That The Way You Are ?, 13.Bolero, 14.Lemmings On The Run (Extended Version), 15.I'm Over You (Extended Version), 16.Gimme Your Jimmy (Extended Version),
Max Don't Have Sex With Your Ex (23rd Jun 1994)
Fred Come To Bed (1st Mar 1995)
Sex On The Phone (6th Jun 1995)
Willy Use A Billy... Boy (4th Oct 1995)
Help Me Dr. Dick (10th Jan 1996)
Fritz Love My Tits (28th May 1996)
The Power Of Sex (Jun 1996)
Gimme Good Sex (16th Sep 1996)
Who Wants To Live Forever (Nov 1996)
Turn Me On (Jul 1997)
The Winner Takes It All (13th Aug 1997)
The Horniest Single In The World (27th Apr 1998)
Baby Please Me (May 1998)
Thank You For The Music (17th Nov 1998)
Oh Nick Please Not So Quick (Mar 1999)
Kiss Me (20th May 1999)
Don't Say We're Through (28th Jun 1999)
Mambo No Sex (27th Sep 1999)
Gimme Gimme Gimme (13th Jan 2000)
Queen Of Light (14th Feb 2000)
Missing You (10th Apr 2000)
Don't Make Me Wet (3rd Jul 2000)
L.O.V.E . (Sex On The Beach) (2001)
King Kong (Oct 2001)
Billy Jive (With Willy's Wife) (3rd Oct 2001)
Mi Amante (1st Jul 2002)
Max Don't Have Sex 2003 (2003)
Video Starlet (4th Mar 2016)
Mr Mister (2nd Feb 2018)
Max Don't Have Sex With Your Ex (1994)
Fred Come To Bed (1995)
Sex On The Phone (1995)
Willy Use A Billy... Boy (1995)
Fritz Love My Tits (1996)
Gimme Good Sex (1996)
Help Me Dr. Dick (May 1996)
Producers : David Brandes, John O'Flynn (lyrics), Felix J. Gauder, Domenico Livrano (keyboards), Domenico Labarile.
Max, Don't Have Sex With Your Ex (ranking # 7 in the German charts and # 1 in Israel, gold record in Germany) was the first hit the group recorded in 1994. About 15 years later, it was revealed that the rapper's voice actually belonged to... Deon Blue of Pharao !
After this great success, they came with another hit Fred, Come To Bed (ranking 3 in the German charts, # 2 in Israel, once again gold record in Germany). The saga continued : 'After Max had sex with his Ex, I ended up in bed with Fred' explains Lyane Leigh. "It is only a song, in real life I am still a single woman" she says. Many guys would probably die to become a Fred - she has so many male fans that it is quite hard to keep them away from her. According to rumors, the second part of the group, Raz-ma-Taz, became a collector of... bras. During their tournee in Germany his female fans were throwing bras on the scene !
The group usually performed in clothes that kept the body rather uncovered. Both Lyane and Richard loved to dance a lot, and their dance was quite "hot" and exotic. But their private life was quite different. While Richard usually did not dare to miss any good night party and usually was winning the title of the "King of Flirt", Lyane usually stayed in the hotel. She did not like night escapades, she also did not like an alcohol, with few exceptions when she drinks some champaigne on a very special occasions. In 1995 Richard moved to his new house Chateau Navagne (built in 1292) near Maastricht in Belgium with his friend, Rod (from Fun Factory) leaving his apartment to Deon Blue (ex Pharao rapper) with whom he shared it.
After the single Sex On The Phone (ranking #6 in the German charts, 230.000 sold records) E-Rotic released their first album Sex Affairs in 1995 on Intercord. This album includes the whole 'story' and practically every song E-Rotic made, was a hit on the spot. Of course 'making love' sounds are all over this album, but again, even most devoted bigots shouldn't mind the way it has been done. The cartoon above is the part of CD insert, indicating that story of Max, Fred and the girl continues. It was the break through all over Europe : e.g. 15. ranking in the German charts, leader in Finland; 3 times gold record, 1 platinum and 1 triple gold. In the end of 1995 E-Rotic released a single Willy Use A Billy... Boy where a new 'character' was introduced to the scene, ranking 11 in the German charts, and gold record.
In the next single released in February 1996 Help Me Dr. Dick, girl is seeking further help but this time a 'professional' one. Another character: 'Fritz' who had been introduced originally in track Fred Come To Bed finally appeared in the newest single released in April 1996 : Fritz Loves My Tits. Both Help Me Dr. Dick and Fritz Loves My Tits were first songs by 'new' E-rotic formation. At this time effectively, Lyane and Richard had left the project by themselves. David Brandes had his own version about this : he explained that the duo was getting too big for their boots, and that once they stole the keys of their tour bus to avoid doing a TV show, so afterwards he fired them. To the contrary, Richard explained that they were not fired but left : "He took money from live shows and had no respect for the live group E-rotic. The first E-rotic had nothing fake about us we both rap and sing". Lyane adds that "We were never shown in the videos and so we had problems with our concerts, cause no-one really knew us as persons".
Lyane and Richard created the project SEX Appeal, based on the same concept as E-rotic. According to what Lyane explained, the contract that she had signed obliged her to keep on singing in studio for E-rotic till 1999, so she stayed as studio vocalist. But actually, her contract was only for one year and she renewed regularly, since this allowed her to earn a lot of money.
The new official E-Rotic members were the model Jeanette Christensen and the rapper Terence d'Arby. E-Rotic gave few concerts in Germany and one in Poland and, in the beginning of June 1996 E-rotic released next single called The Power Of Sex from the album that has been released in the end of June under the same name. The new album contained songs performed by the old and the new team.
Around October 1996 E-Rotic released a new single called Gimme Good Sex. Terence d'Arby left the group, and his place was taken by another American singer/dancer Ché Jouaner. In the end of 1996 group was on tour in Europe, visited Finland where E-Rotic was a quite popular group
In June 1997 they released their third album called Sexual Madness. It was slightly different from the sound of Sex Affairs or Power Of Sex (no news from Max, Fred and his friends) anyway fans of the group had everything to be delighted with this pure Eurodance album.
Just in the end of August 1997 the group released a new single that did not appear on their recent album. It was a cover of ABBA's megahit The Winner Takes It All (which peaked # 7 in Israel). It seemed that E-Rotic tried to change its image with a modified music concept. All this happened with their fourth album called Thank You For The Music, a tribute to the now classic Swedish pop group ABBA.
The album was released in France under the project name Jenn and C (Jenn probably stood for Jeanette and C. stood for Ché). The album title and tracklisting was the same as the Japanese one.
On April 1998, E-Rotic released another album, targeted mostly towards the Japanese market. Entitled with humour Greatest Tits, it was a summary of the previous singles of the group. Only 3 titles were original ones : The Horniest Single In The World (a megamix of 5 of their biggest hits), Baby Please Me and In The Dark Of The Night both written by David Brandes and John O'Flynn. The first of them was a typical E-rotic song recorded in style we well know this group from. The second was slower breath-taking eurodance song. Once again fans had some reasons to be worried : was it really the end of the wonderful dance act ?
Fortunately not ! On March 1999, E-Rotic's last album was released. Entitled Kiss Me, it was only released in Japan. An excellent Eurodance album in the most purest E-Rotic style ! In November, the single Mambo No Sex was released. Inspired of Lou Bega's huge hit Mambo N° 5, it summarized the whole E-Rotic story. This was the first track featuring Lydia as studio singer. In December 1999, the Kiss me album was at least released in Europe under the title of Mambo No Sex. with 2 additionnal tracks which were 2 versions of Mambo.
The beginning of the year 2000 saw the release of a new album. Entitled Gimme Gimme Gimme, it contained Mambo No Sex plus 14 brand new tracks and was only relaesed in Japan. During the same period, E-Rotic released a single to compete for the Eurovision 2000 : Queen Of Light was a very good dance track, unfortunately with no raps and no sexual contents. They won the preselections but unfortunately, they were finally not chosen to represent Germany in this contest. During the preselections, Jeanette had to sing live, and everyone could hear that she was probably not the real voice of the song.
While a new album entitled I'm Missing You (the alter ego of Gimme Gimme Gimme) was released in Germany on April 2000, together with the single of the same name, E-Rotic was already working on a new album which release was first planned for October 2000. It was entitled Sex Generation. Its release will be delayed to February 2001 because of Che's departure. Instead, an album entitled Dancemania Presents E-Rotic Megamix will be released. It will contain 5 new original tracks : Cat's Eyes which is the next single to be released in Japan, En Mon Coeur, Move Me Baby, Ooh Lalala, and Test My Best.
December 2000 : The new single to be released in Germany in entitled Sexual Healing. A rumor said Ché would be back but was not confirmed by Bros Music. However, the E-Rotic management said that they were planning a new rapper.
2001 : In March 2001 E-Rotic performed at the TV-show "Kinderquatsch mit Michael" with the song In The Heat Of The Night. On 9th of May the new album Sexual Healing was released in Japan. The next single L.O.V.E. was first released as a part of the japanese compilation Dancemania X9 and it was planned for release in Europe too.
For a Japanese tour, Jeanette recorded some raps of the songs with her own voice, for example for songs such as Give Me Delight with Jeanette rapping.
August 2001 : After Ché, Jeanette left E-rotic to start a solo carreer under the simple name of Jeane. But her debut single did not have the success expected... A second Best Of album was released in October in Japan.
October 2001 : After the Best Of, E-rotic released on the 3rd of October a new single entitled Billy Jive (With Willy's Wife). An awesome track with the real E-Rotic style ! The release was limited to Japan. It included a B-side entitled Skin To Skin. The new front lady was Yasemin Baysal, who was the first singer of the Felix J. Gauder project Das Modul. E-rotic also signed under a new label in Germany, ePark (the same as Captain Jack).
The 29th of October another single was released from the forthcoming album, this time in Germany : it was entitled King Kong. Then followed the new album on November 7th in Japan (planned for release later in Germany), his title was Sex Generation. The first singles were performed by the duo singer-rapper we are used to, and once again there was a rumor according to which Ché would be back... Another rumor said Lyane would have taken part to 3 songs of the last album.
2002 : on the 5th of January E-rotic appeared on RTL2 Germany for the broadcast Apres-Ski 2002, we could see that effectively Ché was back, with Yasemin as new female vocalist. But in April they both left the project : Ché was planning a new single and Yasemin went back to her job of manager in a big company. At first there were rumors telling that E-rotic's story in Germany was over, but finally it seemed to be wrong.
E-rotic planned to release an edited version of Mi Amante as a single in the next months, but after the leaving of Yasemin, nobody knew if the song would be released under E-rotic. Bros-Music told, that another band, maybe The Lovers, or an unknown project named E.R. would release that song, remixed in a more latin version. It was finally released as E.R. A new album was released in Japan, it was be once again a "best of" compilation : a double CD entitled The Collection.
In Germany, the next single was Max Don't Have Sex With Your Ex '02. It was taken from the forthcoming album Total Recall, which only contained remakes of old E-rotic songs. Lyane's voice was used in the remakes. If this one was successful, the following track to be released would be Fred Come To Bed 2002. In April Davis Brandes promised unofficially that there would be a brand new E-rotic album coming after...
May : the name of E-rotic's new female vocalist was revealed : Lydia Madawjewski. Actually she was the vocalist who has always been singing in studio, after Lyane could leave the project for good in 1999. David Brandes also recently revealed he was himself the real rapper of the project, apart from the very first single.
The new album of E-rotic that is planned to be released after Total Recall will be called Cocktail D'Erotique (or rather : Cocktail E-rotic). First released in Japan, it will include 15 or 16 tracks, all brand new. Among them there will be a song entitled Gimme Your Jimmy, and another one called Is That The Way You Are.
2003 : E-Rotic performed live on the German TV-channel RTL 2 on the 6th of January 2003. They sung their new single Max Don't have Sex 2002. We could discover Lydia on stage... and the face of the new rapper ! His name is (according to rumors) Robert Spehar, he is a DJ and a model. On the 5th February, E-rotic released their album Total Recall (all their hits remixed in eurotrance style) in Japan.
In October, E-rotic released the track Heartbreaker as promo in Japan. It ranked #1 on a radio chart
2004 : E-rotic will release a megamix in Japan in August.
2005 : E-rotic was put to a halt, which did not mean that it would not start again one day. David Brandes was very busy with his other projects, Gracia, Virus Inc or Vanilla Ninja (on their first album, the melody of E-rotic's Don't You See The Light was re-used. On their second album, E-rotic track's Save Me was covered under another title : My Puzzle Of Dreams.)
2006 : King Kong was translated in Japanese and re-released in Germany and Japan by the project Shanadoo (it had been actually covered a previous time by another Japanese project : Hinoi team). Shanadoo, David Brandes' new project, featured 4 cute Japanese girls. The next single was once again a cover : My Samurai was based on the melody of Fred Come To Bed. Then came in November a slow track called Guilty Of Love which copied The Power Of Sex. Their first album also included a cover of Give A Little Love and Just A Little Flirt. The track Passion In Your Eyes was based on Shenandoah. One Tear Ago recycled the melody of Is It You. The track Like An Anime used the melody of Ecstasy. Wake Me was inspired from Save Me. Listen To The Rhythm was based on the melody of Willy Use a Billy... Boy.
2007 : and recycling goes on... in July, Shanadoo released a single entitled Fly Me To Shanghai, built on the melody of Nick Please Not So Quick. The new album The Symbol was once again full of E-rotic covers : Lover On The Run (based on Lemmings On The Run), Heart To Heart (built on Test My Best), Bonjour Tristesse (Dance With The Vamps), You Are My Daydream (I Feel Your Heartbeat), From Time To Time (Rave Me Dave). There were also 2 covers : Gotta Get It Groovin and L.O.V.E.
2008 : according to some rumors, E-rotic could release a new track. It would be a cover of Vanilla Ninja's track Liar. But finally, nothing came out. The same year, Miki vs Niki released a cover of Shenandoah entitled Shenandoah Vaim.
2014 : Lyane Leigh was officially back to front E-Rotic on 90s festivals stages, along with Stephen Appleton, a new rapper and actor from Cologne. Stephen was born in 1980 in Monrovia (Liberia). She announced that she was working in studio on some brand new E-Rotic songs, that would be included on a new Best Of album planned for 2015. Production and recordings were made by Icezone Music
2016 : E-Rotic's released their brand new single Video Starlet
Remixes done under the name E-Rotic:
Heart Attack - Get Me Going (1994)
Hit 'n' Hide - Space Invaders (1998)
Odyssey - Face To Face (1995), Everybody Move (1995)
3H Music/SEX Appeal homepage
E-Roticdance.com - Blossom's French E-Rotic Homepage
Thanks to Shimon O'Hana for the charts positions
Thanks to Andy, Sascha Busch, Anton "MC Ka$per" Skaletsky, Daniel Peyer, Chris, ReBel, Sigi Paul, Tomas Näslund, Kittygirl, Klems, Moonlight, Touko Korpela and Andrei Dinu for the latest informations
Artists and groups featuring E-Rotic
Love Message - Love Message (1996)
Made In Sweden (Nov 1994)
1.Made In Sweden, 2.Set The World On Fire, 3.This Is The Way, 4.So Dem A Com, 5.Fight It Back, 6.Until The End, 7.When Religion Comes To Town, 8.Will I See You Again ?, 9.Do You Always, 10.Russian Lullaby, 11.Me No Want Miseria, 12.Set The World On Fire (Unplugged),
The Explorer (23rd Oct 1996)
1.The Explorer, 2.Calling Your Name, 3.Back In The Loop, 4.I Just Wanna Be With You, 5.Free Like A Flying Demon, 6.You Know, 7.Forever Wild, 8.Fall From The Sky, 9.I'm Not Alone, 10.We Gotta Go, 11.You Will Always Be A Part Of Me, 12.So Dem A Com (Explorer mix),
Last Man Standing (27th Nov 1998)
1.Ultimos Homo Statans, 2.Angels Crying, 3.Here I Go Again, 4.Princess Of Egypt, 5.Hold Your Horses, 6.I'm Flying, 7.Morning Light, 8.I'll Always Be Around, 9.Walk Away, 10.I'll Find A Way, 11.So Far Away, 12.Angels Country, 13.PoP Preludium,
Last Man Standing (5th Jan 1999)
1.Ultimos Homo Statans, 2.Angels Crying, 3.Here I Go Again, 4.Princess Of Egypt, 5.Hold Your Horses, 6.I'm Flying, 7.Morning Light, 8.I'll Always Be Around, 9.Walk Away, 10.I'll Find A Way, 11.So Far Away, 12.Angels Crying (Country), 13.PoP Preludium, 14.Here I Go Again (Extended version), 15.Angels Crying (C&N Extended),
Greatest Hits (24th Nov 1999)
1.Set The World On Fire, 2.This Is The Way, 3.Do You Always, 4.So Dem A Com, 5.Russian Lullaby, 6.Free Like A Flying Demon, 7.Calling Your Name, 8.Back In The Loop, 9.I Just Wanna Be With You, 10.You Will Always Be A Part Of Me, 11.Angels Crying, 12.Here I Go Again, 13.Princess Of Egypt, 14.Hold Your Horses, 15.I´m Falling,
Greatest Hits (24th Nov 1999)
1.This Is The Way (Waterdreamix), 2.Back In The Loop (Antiloop Snap Out Of It Mix), 3.I Just Wanna Be With You (Andre´s Boogie Buster Short Mix), 4.Calling Your Name (Antiloop Garage Club Mix), 5.Angels Crying (C&N Radio Edit), 6.Russian Lullaby (Dogshit Le Club Mix), 7.Princess Of Egypt (Pinocchio Remix), 8.Here I Go Again (Richi´s Extended Version), 9.So Dem A Com (Lori Brune Edit), 10.Hold Your Horses (Hartmann/Langhoff Club Mix), 11.Set The World On Fire (UK Biff & Memphis Remix),
Euro IV Ever (21st Nov 2001)
1.Norby 4 Ever (Live at Dreamland), 2.Life, 3.Africa, 4.Banca Banca, 5.Arabian Star (Live at Dreamland), 6.When I Close My Eyes, 7.Loneliness Ring The Alarm, 8.Star, 9.Time, 10.No More Tears, 11.Borschtjii, 12.Campione 2000, 13.Oh Weda (Song from Sveakampen),
Loud Pipes Save Lives (2004)
1.Loud Pipes Save Lives, 2.Paradise (feat. Na Na), 3.Camilla, 4.The Predator, 5.Dans La Fantasie, 6.The Original You, 7.Far Up In The Air (feat. Na Na), 8.Forever More (feat. Na Na & LG), 9.Rain, 10.If Heaven Were To Fall, 11.Lost And Goodbye,
Loud Pipes Save Lives (Sport edition) (2004)
1.Loud Pipes Save Lives, 2.Olympia, 3.Campione 2000, 4.Paradise, 5.The Predator, 6.Dans La Fantasie, 7.The Original You, 8.Far Up In The Air, 9.Forever More, 10.Rain, 11.If Heaven Were To Fall, 12.Lost And Goodbye,
Euro IV Ever in America (2006)
1.Loud Pipes Save Lives, 2.Paradise, 3.Life, 4.Arabian Star, 5.When I Close My Eyes, 6.Dans La Fantasie, 7.Time, 8.Banca Banca, 9.Africa, 10.No More Tears, 11.Far Up In The Air, 12.Forever More, 13.The Predator, 14.Star, 15.Borschstjii, 16.Campione 2000,
14 Hits (1st Jan 2006)
1.Set The World On Fire, 2.Here I Go Again, 3.This Is The Way, 4.Paradise (feat. Nana Hedin), 5.Until The End, 6.Russian Lullaby, 7.Africa (feat. Nana Hedin), 8.Calling Your Name, 9.Hold Your Horses, 10.Fight It Back, 11.Angels Crying, 12.I Just Wanna Be With You, 13.Olympia, 14.Campione,
Eurotopia (31st Oct 2007)
1.True Believer, 2.The Tide, 3.Eurofighter, 4.Make Us High, 5.Like A Child, 6.Staying Alive, 7.To The Lions, 8.Ding Ding Song, 9.Inside,
1.True Believer, 2.The Tide, 3.Eurofighter, 4.Make Us High, 5.Like A Child, 6.Staying Alive, 7.To The Lions, 8.Ding Ding Song, 9.Inside, 10.True Believer (Extended version),
Numania 1 (1991)
We Got The Atmosphere (1992)
I'm Falling (Sep 1993)
Set The World On Fire (18th Jul 1994)
So Dem A Com (1995)
This Is The Way (Mar 1995)
Do You Always (21st Jul 1995)
Russian Lullaby (10th Nov 1995)
Set The World On Fire '96 (Jan 1996)
Megamix (Apr 1996)
Free Like A Flying Demon (Sep 1996)
Calling Your Name (Feb 1997)
Back In The Loop (4th Apr 1997)
I Just Wanna Be With You (28th Jul 1997)
You Will Always Be A Part Of Me (Dec 1997)
Angels Crying (28th Oct 1998)
Here I Go Again (26th Nov 1998)
Princess Of Egypt (Aug 1999)
Hold Your Horses (11th Sep 1999)
Es Ist Nie Vorbei (with Blümchen) (2000)
Campione 2000 (29th May 2000)
Life (Oct 2001)
Africa (17th Mar 2002)
Banca Banca (24th Jun 2002)
Paradise (15th Mar 2004)
Olympia (14th Jun 2004)
Camilla (14th Jun 2004)
The Predator / Far Up In The Air (5th Jan 2005)
True Believer (15th May 2007)
Eurofighter (Oct 2007)
Line Of Fire (13th Feb 2008)
The Tide (Oct 2008)
Make us High (2009)
Rain (Mar 2009)
Ding Ding Song (Jul 2009)
Back 2 Life (17th Jan 2011)
Ride The Lightning (2nd Sep 2019)
Set The World On Fire (1994)
This Is The Way (1995)
This Is The Way (UK Remixes) (1995)
Location : Bromma, Sweden
The BendOver Band : E-Type, Dilnarin "Dee" Demirbag (dancer), Andreas Hörnsten (bass), Markus Alderbäck (keyboard)
Guest vocals : Nana Hedin, Birgitta Edoff, Anna Nordell.
Bo Martin Erik 'E-Type' Eriksson was born in Uppsala, Sweden, in 1965. His father is Bo 'Bosse'G. Eriksson, well known from the science TV program 'Vetenskapens Värld' (World of Science). His mother is called Elisabeth, and his sister Erika. In his teens he moved to Bromma, and now he lives in the middle of Stockholm. His pseudonym comes from the model of Jaguar his father owned. According to other sources, somebody once referred to Martin as "den där e-typen" (that e-fellow). One rough translation later and an artist name was born...
His musical career started early. He was a drummer for many years for a hard-rock group called Hexen House, then played with speedmetalband called Manninya Blade till "they actually fired my ass when I humbley suggested that mayby not all songs have to be 12 minutes long and all about dark death and doom" E-type recalls. He met up with Stakka Bo in 1991, with three singles as a result (We Got The Atmosphere/The Dream in 1991 and Numania 1/Obey in 1992 ). This lead to a work as DJ at one of the most popular TV-station in Sweden - Z-TV. The summer of 1993, his first solo single, called I'm Falling, was released without reaching any great success.
The great breakthrough came in 1994 when the collaboration with the Cheiron producers Denniz PoP, Max Martin and Amadin was started. The work with E-Type's debut-album Made In Sweden begun. The first result of the hard work in the Cheiron studio came the same summer, when the single Set The World On Fire (with vocals by Nana Hedin) was released. It climbed the charts like a speeding bullet and sold gold in Sweden. It reached # 1 on the Swedish Dance Chart, # 2 on the Swedish sale-chart and # 4 in Israel.
The follow-up, This Is The way, reached No. 1 on the sale-chart and was the most sold single in Sweden for several weeks. It was # 7 in Israel. Eventually four singles were released from the album : the ballad Do You Always (Have To Be Alone) and Russian Lullaby (co-written by Jonas Berggren from Ace Of Base). The album itself was released in November 1994 and made it up to No. 2 on the album-chart. All in all, over 100 000 copies were sold in Sweden and the album was listed for 26 weeks.
E-Type's tremendous success during 1994 was heavily rewarded at Swedish Dance Music Awards in March 1995. He took a grand slam and won three of the most prestigious prizes: Best song, Best artist and Newcomer. At the same time Denniz PoP was chosen as the best producer for the second time.
Now the whole world was screaming after E-Type. 1995 meant a lot of travelling around the globe for E-Type and his Bend over Band. During the latter part of 95 E-Type was touring in Asia, here the hysteria is getting bigger for every day. Six singles where released in France, except the four released in Sweden, one of them So Dem A Com. Also the US and UK have shown their interest. This Is The Way reached No. 15 on the Billboard Club Chart and No. 6 on the UK Club Chart.
During 1996 E-Type and the producer-team spent a lot of time in the studio working with the new album The Explorer, which was released in Sweden on the 23rd of October. The album was preceded with the single Free Like A Flying Demon that was released in September. It was No. 1 for several weeks. and so far it has sold more than 20 000 copies (gold).
On The Explorer, E-Type has still been working with producers Denniz PoP, Max Martin and Kristian Lundin. But the music has changed. On this record you will find more guitars and less techno-sounds than on the previous album. Still this album is a dance-album, including an amount of great songs. Back In The Loop is the wildest song since Russian Lullaby and the album contains a lot of more interesting material. The sales in Sweden are well above 100 000 copies. E-type himself describes the album as heavier and more brutal than Made In Sweden, something you certainly have to agree with.
In the middle of November the second single Calling Your Name was released. As usual it entered the dance- and sale-chart at a high position. In a few weeks time it had advanced to No. 1 at the SDC. The remixes were made by Antiloop and Pierre Jerksten. The story went on. A handful of singles were released: Back In The Loop, a song about being on tour together with the Bend over band, the great summerhit I Just Wanna Be With You and the fifth and last single You Will Always Be A Part Of Me, which also contained a megamix of the most popular E-type singles.
E-type's status as a national hero in Sweden had been very big for a long time, but when E-type went back to his roots, with a more eurodisco-like sound, his popularity increased enormously in first of all the Nordic countries. The first taste of things to come was given to the public in June. Angels Crying, as the single was called, rapidly walked its way up the charts and set the standard for the album and the following single Here I Go Again, which both topped the dance and sales-chart and peaked # 8 in Israel. Another wall in the E-Type home was decorated with gold and platinum awards. The album everybody had been waiting for was released on November 27th. E-Type lived up to the great expectations. It was his third album, and also the third album on which he had worked together with the Cheiron-producers.
Though all the success this year has been the darkest for E-type and the Swedish music-business in a long long time. On August 30th the famous producer and close friend to E-type, Denniz PoP died. Since December 1997 Denniz PoP knew that he had cancer, and already in February he was too sick to be able to collect his Grammy at the Swedish awards. He was only 35 years old.
For the fourth time in five years E-type was the most successful male artist at the prestigious 'Tracks-listan' on the radio-channel P3. E-Type and the Bend Over Band will hit the roads once again this spring, and all the Nordic countries will be able to see the show where wildness is personified.
But E-Type has also become a writer. A great Swedish publishing company has accepted his manuscript for a children's' book about the period of the Vikings. It was to the editor under a false name. He also wrote some songs for the Army Of Lovers and the group Maxi.
1999 : E-Type has been nominated for a Swedish Grammy in the category 'Modern dance', along with Dr. Bombay, Richi M and Black Moses. Among them, E-type has to be considered the favourite. All the Grammy nominations are official since January 14th, but some have been public since the end of last year. The Cheiron-producers Max Martin and Kristian Lundin have also been nominated, in the classes 'best producers' and 'best composers'. The winners are to be presented in February and the show will be broadcasted on Swedish TV.
The release of the third single from Last Man Standing, called Princess of Egypt, was originally set to January 22nd, but the single was delayed. As to the sound, it had an Egyptian theme and gave some associations to When religion comes to town. The single included an extended version, a remix made by Pinocchio and the video of Angels Crying in Mpeg-format. The single reached position # 6 in Israel.
2000 : E-Type has released a single Campione 2000, for the football championship Euro 2000. The single was very successful, reaching # 4 in Israel. Nana Hedin is not with the band anymore. During the summer he made a song with Blümchen, Es Ist Nie Vorbei, it will be featured on E-Type's next album which was at first planned to be released in the spring 2001. Dee left the prject to start a solo carreer.
2001 : E-Type released his new single Life in November 12th. The forthcoming album, entitled Euro IV Ever, was postponed to the end of 2001. It was at first entitled Eurofighter until the day of September 11th 2001, where the title was changed. It was finally released in November, most of the tracks feature the voice of Na Na as female vocalist. E-Type gave a release-party on the 25th of November.
2002 : the next single to be released was the beautiful track Africa, in March . It peaked to position #5 in Sweden. On the 27th of April, E-type appeared on the broadcast "Who Wants To Be A Millionnnaire" on Swedish TV 4. The follow-up was Banca Banca, a latino track, on June 24th.
2003 : E-type did a series of concerts at the beginning of the year, called the "Eurometal tour". With him, a team including a few new faces : Johan Dereborn (bass), Mikkey Dee (drummer for Motörhead for many many years, and a good friend to E-type and Johan), Roger Gustafsson (guitarist, who was already a part of the previous tour), Pontus Norgren (heavy rockin' guitarist and a skilled sound engineer), Therese Löf and Linda Andersson (vocalists).
A new album was being prepared, but it would not be finished before February of the next year. The production of the album took a bit longer than expected and Martin had so far written about 10 songs for the album. At this time the album's name had not even been decided yet... but it should be a traditional E-type album, without any boring country of metal tracks.
2004 : Max Martin, Rami and E-type started producing the new single on Januray 1st. Called Paradise, it was be out on the 28th of February. The new album, finally entitled Loud Pipes Save Lives, will be released on the 24th of March.
On the release day of his new single, E-type competed, among several Swedish artists, to be chosen as the artist who will represent Sweden for the Eurovision contest. One could see that Nana Hedin was back for good in the group. The drummer was still wearing a Motörhead T-shirt (E-Type wore a MSG-tshirt) ! During his performance, the audience did not stop clapping their hands. "I admit that my participation in this contest is mainly for promoting my forthcoming album. I'd never reject an opportunity to prove my skills in front of 3 million people. I apologize to all my eurodance-fans, but I must spread my wings and do crazy things sometimes". E-Type was selected for the big final in Stockholm in in a couple of weeks...
After all these years, E-type really became a name in his homeland. The King of Sweden himself loves his music. He was even invited to the Emirate of Bahrain, because the Emir also was one of his fans. E-Type received from him a white stallion as a gift but... the horse is still waiting for the end of his quarantine period at the Swedish border !
At the beginning of April, Paradise reached #11 in Finland and entered the Finnish Dance chart at position #28.
E-type's next single was released on hte 14th of June. Outside Sweden, it was Camilla, second track to be taken from the brand new album. In Sweden, the lyrics were changed, and the single was called Olympia. It will be hymn of Swedish olympic team.
2005 : E-type's new single was actually a double one. It contained The Predator and Far Up In The Air.
In July, E-type took part to a new Swedish TV-series about redesigning old swedish cottages (torp), among other things he made a loo in the form of an ancient viking-style church made of wood.
2006 : E-type is ready to conquer the American market with the help of Airus Entertainment (lead by Henri Bonan, the one behind releasing Da Buzz in the US). The album that has been officially released in the United States is a mixture of Euro IV Ever and Loud Pipes Save Live, is entitled Euro IV Ever in America.
E-type performed in Stockholm on a big soccer afterparty on June 10th and June 20th.
E-type started writing new songs this Fall/Winter. He started a record company called Lulubelle records
2007 : in May, E-type finished recording his new single True Believer in studio with Max Martin and John Amatiello producing. The new single, written by E-type and Savan Kotecha, featured vocals by Sanne Karlsson (no relationship with Whigfield). The future new album will be entitled Eurotopia. In July the video for his new single True Believer was shot. The video was inspired from horror movies such as Evil Dead. 4 young people go out to a cottage in the forest and party. A curse is set when they start playing musi on a tape recorder. Two off the young people were changed to demons. In one scene of the clip, E-type even lost his head...
In August the title of E-type's forthcoming single was revealed : it will be entitled To The Lions. The official video for True Believer was released : it was finally not the gore movie that E-type promised a few weeks ago, but a live video shot during Skellefteå 2007. True Believer reached gold in Sweden.
E-type's new single will not be entitled To The Lions but Eurofighter. The radio release was initially set for September 17th but was finally postponed. So was the album... Eurotopia was finally out on October 31st. It contained only 9 tracks, since E-type could not write an intro for it (he still could not play the piano because of his broken hand), but all of them were excellent dance tracks. For once, some of the tracks did not feature E-type's voice at all.
During the winter monthes, E-type toured across Sweden with Julgalan, a Christmas festival gathering several national artists.
E-Type and Jakob Samuelsson, from the band The Poodles, wrote a song entitled Line Of Fire that will compete in Melodifestivalen 2008, the Swedish Grand Prix. "That's gonna be fun and only fun, we will not win there for sure, but we will have fun, the kinda fun you can only have in a band" E-type explains.
2008 : E-Type and The Poodles did not make it to the final, but they will perform thir song again at the second-chance contest in March.
2009 : Ding Ding Song will be digitally released in the Netherlands.
2010 : E-Type announced that he was back in studio again. But this time he would opt for a more modern sound...
2011 : E-Type's new single was entitled Back 2 Life. It was more electro than eurodance. In November, he took part to second season of real-TV show "Så mycket bättre".
2012 : E-Type plans a new best of album.
E-Type's Unofficial Danish Site
Thanks to Shimon O'Hana for the charts positions
Thanks to AquaStealth, DJ Baboon, Anton “MC Ka$per” Skaletsky, Apho, Tavi Meran, Klems, reBeL, Mikoo, Ivo Ivanov, Martin & Necro and Denis "DJ Hooligan" Zhabkin for the latest informations
Get Up (1994)
Into Eternity (1995)
Open Your Mind (9th Mar 1995)
Come Into My World (1997)
Label : EMI Sweden
Writers : Stefan Andersson, Fredrik Andersson, Johan Piehl, Håkan Mattsson
Members : Linda Andersson, Håkan Mattsson, Johan Piehl
Rapper : Tino
Stefan Andersson is also the producer of Basic Element. The second single Open Your Mind was released in 1995, the CD included a Euromix, an Italomix, a Jiltmix and a Mad Indianmix. It was released under EMI Svenska.
Not to be confused with the house project E-Motion produced by Justin Oliver & A. Angus, which released the singles Naughty North, Sexy South (1996), I Stand Alone, Broken Wings, In The Moment.
Thanks to DarkSideOfDream and Klems
Living For The Night (1994)
German dance/techno/trance label based in Deggendorf , home for artists such as DJ Taylor & Flow, Central Seven, DJ Bobo, DJ Visage, DJ Valium, Imperio, Dr. Alban, DJ Kirk and Solid Base. Sublabels : Metrovynil, Peanuts Records
Take Me Away (2012)
Paradise (22nd May 2012)
Another Night (16th Apr 2013)
Adrian Bruno aka Earlwood is an Australian music producer based in Sydney. His music ranges from uplifting handsup, trance to real eurodance. His most successful song was Paradise, which gathered more than 100,000 views on Youtube. He also released a cover of Real McCoy's Another Night under his label EWD Records. Take Me Away (a cover of Crossfire song) was said to have been released, along with a real eurodance remix by Poison Beat but can't be found on any online shop.
Earlwood regularly published new demos and unofficial remixes on his Soundcloud account.
Thanks to Gianni
The Queen Is Alive (1995)
Love Transmission (1994)
1000 Nights And One (1995)
This project featured the performers Eran Ginzburg and Regi Gedeon. The CD maxi of Love Transmission included an Airplay Mission mix, a 7" Mission mix, a Club mission mix, an Impact mission mix, and a Jungle mission mix. It was produced, and written by Marc Z, composed by Marc Z and Alex Hahn. The record that has been released in the US, UK and 20 more territories.
It's Raining Men (1997)
All I Need (27th Feb 2003)
No Gravity (26th Jan 2004)
Unity (28th Jun 2005)
Don't Stop Movin (6th Feb 2006)
Records company : SAIFAM.
It's Raining Men is a cover of the famous Weather Girls hit. It appeared on the compilations Pure Volume One - A Dance Anthology and 90's EP Vol. 33. It was licensed in Spain under Max Music. The single only inlcuded 2 version (East Main Edit and 8 Vocal Mix) but the CDM was richer...
The other singles were released as vinyls only under the label Stop And Go.
Thanks to reBeL
Friendship Hymn (1994)
Label: X-Plode. Produced and arranged by Michael "Bristol" Adam and Reiner Schultz, manufactured and distributed by Bellaphon, published by and licensed from Rolf Budde Musikverlage, this mostly instrumental single sampled the Soviet Union's hymn.
My Body Dance (1999)
This project of Davide Marsilio and Sante Pucello featured vocalist Samantha Boni. The single was written by Annerly Gordon, Davide Marsilio and Sante Pucello.
Thanks to Davide Marsilio
Rapper and songwriter Raymond Anthony Ebanks contributed to projects Bomfunk MC's, Soup De Loop and Rama.
Artists and groups featuring Ebanks (Raymond)
Naked Eye - Dance All Night (1994)
Rama - Crying Out (1994), Light My Fire (1996)
Soup De Loop - I Gotta Get Away (1997), Love The Way (1996), What Was Said And Done (1997)
Donde Vas (1994)
Big City Beach (1994)
Count To Three (1996)
Dance Your (1996)
Ebodisco is a project of Ángel Gil Cubells
Thanks to Abelito
Crazy For You (1996)
Crazy For You was produced and written by Andrea Mazzali, M. Marchesi and R. Lupi. Vocals were done by Silvia Braga. Label : Got It
Gotta Dance With The Music (7th Nov 1994)
You Gotta Be My Lover (Dec 1994)
Givin' It Up (Feb 1996)
Say Up And Down (Apr 1996)
Ride The Night (30th Jun 2011)
Gotta Dance With The Music (1994)
Echo Bass' producer is Brixt, he is also known for producing the song Sempre Di Piu by Davinia. The single included a Radio edit, a Club mix, a Tribal mix and an Extended mix. The co-producer and co-writer for Gotta Dance With The Music was Belonius (Pierluigi Giombini, who later created the project Web). This single featured the voices of Ely and Baba X. It was a big hit and sold over 100.000 copies worldwide. A remixes CD was released, it included a Edit remix, a Brixt mix, a Dr.k. mix, and a Sub team mix.
Givin It Up was also a very good eurodance hit. Their last single was entitled Say Up And Down, in Reel 2 Real style. Thami Dee was co-producer and also took part to the vocals.
You Gotta Be My Lover was only release on a promo compilation of the records company Airplay.
A sample of Say Up And Down was used into Club System's single Move On in 2002.
Thanks to Florent "v_uba" - GUKP EuroHits
Let The Music Play ()
(You Just Got To) Let The Rhythm Move You (1994)
Is It Love (23rd May 1995)
I Want You Forever (16th Nov 2014)
You Make My Day (1st Oct 2015)
Elcipse was a project produced by Team 3 (Judith Samson Kruit, Mark Nieuwenhuijzen and Errol Lafleur) & Silverius (Silveer van Deinsen). Musical team was made of female vocalist Miriam Maas-Schevers (whose voice sounded so similar to Caren Miller from Mr President, that some people even though that Caren also did the vocals of Eclipse), T. Korremans, Harald Bruystens and Jason S. Jake "Jay" Weastell. Rodney Vincent Harar is rapper on stage.
Let The Rhythm Move You was released in the Netherlands under Blueprint label and licensed in Germany under ZYX. It featured the raps of Max P. The lyrics were written by J. Weastell and H. Bruystens, the music was composed by T. Korremans. The maxi-CD contained 3 mixes and a B-side entitled Show Me Your Love. It was produced and arranged by Team 3 Productions, recorded and mixed by Team 3 Studios in Weesp (Holland).
Is It Love was released in 1995 under Blueprint Netherlands. Style was rather euro-rap.
2014 : Eclipse was back, with performers Miriam Maas-Schevers and Rodney Vincent Harar and a new single entitled I Want You Forever. It was released under School Of Music And Lyrics.
2015 : Eclipse's new single was entitled You Make My Day. It was originally made in the mid-90s. While Miriam's original voice was recovered using the phase cancellation technique, music was re-recorded as close to the original as possible. Female raps were also added.
There are a lot of projects called Eclipse in the musical business. No relation with the other projects Eclipse from Germany, Italy or from Australia.
Thanks to Arno Maas, Risonaldo Jr, Hugues and Necronomic
The Look Of Love (1996)
In The Name Of Love (1997)
Eclipse is a project by the produers of Culture Shock. The project featured Dominic Cincotta on lead vocals (Dominic already appeared in the videoclip of Culture Shock's last single Who's Gonna Cry For You). The Look Of Love was released in 1996, it was a cover of the ABC classic. It was produced by Jamie Jimenez, Paul Brandoli and Sam Panetta. Additional vocals were done by Melissa Langton.
No relation with the other projects Eclipse from the Netherlands or from Italy.
Thanks to Klems
Satisfy My Soul (1999)
Makes Me Love You (1st Oct 1999)
The Music (2002)
Take Me Down (2003)
For Your Love (2004)
Eclipse was an Italian House project of DJs Gianni Bini and Paolo Martini. They joined forces to create Ocean Trax Records, purveyors of some of the finest European House tunes around. But before recording under the monikers House of Glass and Bini & Martini, they were both successful DJ's in their own right. They also stand behing the projects B+M, H.O.G. Present The Groovelines, House Of Glass, and Subsystem.
They were revealed in 1999 with their single Makes Me Love You which sampled of Sister Sledge's classic Thinking of You. It was released under Ocean Trax in Italy, Roadrunner Records in the Netherlands, Azuli Records in the UK, Tinted Records in Australia, 541 in Belgium.
The following singles were The Music (2002) and Sneaker Pimps cover Take Me Down (6 Underground) (2003). Both featured the voice of Deanna Della Cioppa. The B-side Six was an instrumental version of the first tracks of the single.
2004 : Eclipse's new single was entitled For Your Love. It featured diva Michelle Weeks.
2007 : they released the single Void Of Silence.
They remixed Romina Johnson and Backstreet Boys.
No relation with the other projects Eclipse from the Netherlands or form Australia.
Change Your Love (1994)
Viva El Amor (1996)
Eclipse was a project of Joachim Heider and Mr Kalif. Change Your Love was released in 1994 in Germany under BMG Ariola Media GmbH. It featured vocals by Angela Martin. Second single was entitled Viva El Amor, it was inspired by James Bond theme song.
I Want You Baby (1994)
Real Love (1994)
Love Is Temptation (1994)
Eddie D. was a project founded by Bruno Lazzaroni. It featured a solo male vocalist. Single Real Love was rather house/garage. Produced by Roby Benvenuto, it was written by Jimmy Mc Foy, Raff Todesco, Roberto Bonizzoni and Sergio Bonzanni. Singles Love Is Temptation and I Want You Baby (originally released on a promo sampler DAT in 1994, then digitally in 2010) were eurodance songs. Label : Benvenuto Ed. Musicali
Never Say Goodbye ()
Fall In Love ()
If I Could Be You ()
ED Devote (6th Nov 2017)
Really On My Mind (1996)
Just Be Good To Me (1996)
Really On My Mind was written by Eddy N, Thomas Detert, Mike Griesheimer & Jennifer Lee Michell. Vocals performed by Eddy N & Jennifer Lee Mitchell. Produced, arranged and mixed by Thomas Detert & Mike Griesheimer at Farmyard Studio, Germany. They were sponsored by Baustelle-essen.
Just Be Good To Be (a cover of the SOS Band) featured the female vocalist Nicole Wetzel, who used to be Activate's first female vocalist.
Thanks to reBeL
Fever (9th Jul 1996)
Musical team : Sartorello, Minca, Altin, Abrami. The single was produced by Quasar Team and Mark Weight, performed by M+M Productions.
Voice of Silence ()
You Make Me Feel (22nd May 1995)
Welcome To Wonderful Land (1996)
Edan was a project based in Suonenjoki, Finland. Eden's members were female vocalist Milla, rapper MC Swept (Rap Machine) and dancers Nanno and Zone. MC Swept is also an experienced DJ. His rap sounds very similar to O'Jay from Real McCoy. Milla has studied classical music.
Their first single was You Make Me Feel, which released 22nd of May 1995. This single also included another great track called Lonely Rider. The second single Entrance was released the same year : it featured 3 different mixes (Radio Edit, Ufo Mix and World Version).
In 1996 their third single was Welcome to Wonderful Land. This single also included another mix of Entrance, as well as a B-side called Move (Just a Little Bit). Their record company was Poko records.
They recorded an album called Voice of Silence, but it was apparently never released.
Thanks to MikeBoy
Summer In Jamaica (1997)
Tell It To Your Heart (1997)
When You Come To Me (1998)
Eden was a Spanish project. Tell It To Your Heart was produced by Alex Garcia Ber and Berni Villanueva. Summer In Jamaica was produced by Alex G. Ber. Label: Max Music
When Susannah Cries (1998)
Single When Susannah Cries was probably a cover of Espen Lind's hit. It was produced by Mauro Farina and Factory Team
Thanks to Ulysses
The Whistle (1996)
Like A Fool (1997)
Single The Whistle was produced and arranged by José Vicente Molla and J.J. Verdú, mixed at Contraseña Studios and released under label Lethal Records.
Then came single Like A Fool . According to One Way Records label, it was produced by Mauro Farina and Factory Team. But according to Lethal Records, to was produced by José Vicente Molla and J.J. Verdú.
2007 : Like A Fool was re-released under Spanish label Freneti-K Records
2013 : Like A Fool was re-released under Contraseña Records
Thanks to Ulysses
I Need You More (1995)
Martina Edoff was born 20th April 1968 in Motala (Sweden).
She's been working as vocalist for many artists, such as Dr Alban then E-type, but also Ulf Lundell, Wilmer-X, Ace of Base or Peter LeMarc. She also did background vocals for her former Dr Alban co-vocalist Nana Hedin.
Before 2006, she was known under the name of Birgitta Edoff. Actually Birgitta was her middlename. Since 1992, she had switched from Birgitta to Martina, but still in 1995 people had not got it and kept on crediting her as Birgitta.
In 1997 Martina was a member of the group Koolmatch.
Then she created the project Divas together with the vocalist Mia Löfgren (formerly from Rednex).
Martina Edoff took part to the real-TV program Fame Factory in 2003 and 2004. She released some songs on the Fame Factory compilations, such as One More Time, Standing In The Light or Can't Stop The Rain. She contributed to the musical White Christmas between 6-17 december 2005.
2009 : Martina is lead vocalist in the hard rock band Cougars. Their single Tear Apart was released in June.
2010 : Martina is a member of the Heart Attack project, a Swedish tribute to Heart, an American rock band. She plays the role of Ann Wilson. In June, they won the "battle of the Tribute band 2010" in Vainnarna, which is held every year in Sweden. They won the opportunity to perform at Sweden Rock Festival.
Martina Edoff official website
Thanks to Anton "MC Kasper" Skaletsky and Martina Edoff herself
Artists and groups featuring Edoff (Martina)
Ace Of Base - Ravine (on the album The Bridge) (1995)
Cougars - Tear Apart (2009)
Dr Alban - Long Time Ago (1997), This Time I'm Free (1995)
E-Type - True Believer (2007)
Hedin Nana - Wherever You Go (2005)
Koolmatch - Everyday Life (1997)
Look Twice - Go Away (1995)
Memento Mori - Lost Horizons (on the album Rhymes Of Lunacy) (1995)
Popsie - Latin Lover (1997)
Swing - Sweet Dreams (1994)
Loosing My Religion (1993)
Loosing My Religion was a cover of R.E.M.'s hit Losing My Religion featuring vocals by Maria Capri. Label: Remix Records
Egg Records was a sublabel of SAIFAM Srl.
Female vocalist for the group Cardenia.
Artists and groups featuring Egler (Viola)
Cardenia - Happy Station (1994), Passion (1994)
Let the Bass Kick (1991)
Don't Have To Be Jesus (1992)
Never Gonna Lose Your Love (9th Jul 1993)
Love Is (6th May 1994)
Make My Day (7th Mar 1995)
Tell It To My Heart (26th Jun 1995)
Let The Bass Kick 2002 (2002)
Producers : Ege Van Kruysdjik, Marcel Theunissen. Ege van Kruysdijk was born on 15th May 1971 in Holland. When he was young he started as a DJ in some clubs around Eindhoven. Later he met Marcel Theunissen and then they started to produce their own music. They made some remixes for Dutch radio-programms like the "Ricksmix"
Egma (made of the producers first names, Ege and Marcel) began as a Dutch techno project. 2 singles were released : Don't Have To Be Jesus and Let the Bass Kick (at the Mid-Town-label).
Then they joined the eurodance movement, re-creating the project around a female vocalist, Ilse Geels. The male singer (and co-writer) was as a model called Henk van de Wiel. Another member then joined the project : Margo Smulders, who had begun her career as a dancer, while she was studiing to become a dance teacher. Never Gonna Lose Your Love was a huge hit all over Europe (especially in France where it stayed #1 during 10 weeks) but surprisingly it was less successful in Holland (only 3 weeks in the Dutch charts). The trio appeared on the Dance Machine stage in Paris in June 1994.
At this time Ege was DJ at disco-club Freebird (at this time this club was called Key-West) in Asten together with Ruud Van Rijen. Meanwhile Marcel was DJ in Eindhoven at disco-club Diamonds.
After the single Love Is (position # 4 in Israel), the team changed : a new male singer, Michael Robby (born in 1974), joined the project. Then came the single Make My Day, that they sung at Dance Machine, followed by Tell It To My Heart.
Ege (who also appears under the nickname of Terranza) and Marcel (aka Nich) also produced the projects Usha (I Want You (You Want Me), Camen (Better Off, Shake You Down), The Company (Open Your Eyes), No Sense, Revolution Team, Wonderland (In Our Dreams, Movin' Around and Be On A Star), Sound Victory (Understand This Groove) and some projects inging in Dutch such as Pilleboer. Ege also produced the girl band Close II You with Ed van Otterdijk. Marcel, with the help of Martijn de Vries, stood behind the projects Central Seven and Cinderella.
They also realized the 'House Party Mix' and Megamix 1993 together with Martin Boer. They have also written and produced the single Can't You Feel It by BWX in 1997. Ege and Marcel did some remixes for artists like 2nd Nature (the E & M club mix), Twenty 4 Seven, Dolce Vita, Semper, London Beat.
On the 8th March 2002, Henk was murdered in Paris.
Margo released some solo singles (My Heart Goes Up in 2004, All Out Of Love in 2006) under the stage name Keira Green.
Thanks to Shimon O'Hana for the charts positions
Freedom was written and produced by Ottorino "Ottomix" Menardi and Suzy Dal Gesso, released on 1995 under label New Music (NMX 1530). Vocals were done by Susy Dal Gesso.
Thanks to Gianni
Time After Time (2007)
Christiane Eiben (also known as Christiane Lupp or Chrissie) started her musical carreer when she created her own band in 1982. In 1991, she took part to Matthias Reim's Tour as background singer.
In 1994, with Burkhardt Eiben, she took part to Friends of Carlotta, a five-persons band who specialized into pop hits covers (she won an award from the Paul Mc Cartney Universität, Videopreis, Plattenvertrag BMG).
In 1994 she started collaborating with DJ Bobo. She also did backing vocal on DJ Bobo's albums There Is A Party, World In Motion, Level 6, Planet Colors and Visions. She has received two gold awards for solo and backing vocals in albums: There Is A Party and World In Motion.
In 1995 she did a Tour with Juliane Werding. The same year she took part to the singer Roland Kaiser's Tour, and still does.
Christiane Eiben took part as vocalist to many Axel Breitung eurodance projects : Urgent C, Osmania and many more. From 1996 and going, she also took part to the projects Enflame (duet with Nancy Baumann, under the name Chrissi), Centory, Hand In Hand For Children, Peter Imhof, David Hasselhoff (she did vocals on the song Queen of Rain on his albums I Live For Love and Hooked on a Feeling), Roberto Blanco, Cindy & Bert, Jürgen Marcus, and Rex Gildo.
2001 : she did vocals on the Bellini single Brazil (which was a collaboration between the Bellini team Gottfried Engels & Ramon Zenker, and Axel Breitung)
In 2003 she appeared on Allan Taylor's album Hotels and Dreamers.
2007 : Christiane published 2 songs on a compilation entitled Audiophile Female Voice : Hello (a cover of a Lionel Richie song) and Time After Time (a Cyndi Laupe cover)
Nowadays she can be heard and seen in radio (she recorded many jingles) and TV projects. She is a member of the Seven Up band.
Thanks to Necronomic and Andrew-FK
Artists and groups featuring Eiben (Christiane)
Add - Train To Nowhere (1996), You're The One (1996)
Allan Taylor - Hotels and Dreamers (album) (2003)
Beat System - Stay With Me (1995)
Bellini - Brazil (2001)
Bizarr - Jane Is Calling (1995)
Club B4 - Queen Of Rain
DC Tools - Take My Heart (1996)
DJ Bobo - Hard To Say I'm Sorry (2001), I Believe (2003), Love Is All Around (1995), Take Control (1993), There Is A Party (album) (1994), Together (1999)
David Hasselhoff - Queen of Rain
Enflame - Listen To Your Heart (1998)
Feel Real - Abra Cadabra (1994)
Free 2 Dance - Piece Of Heaven (1996)
Fresh Sydney - Rhythm Typer (1995)
Gibbs Michael J - Back To Heaven (1995), Save My Soul (1995)
Indra - Anywhere (album) (1995), We Belong Together (1995)
Ixiomara - The ABC Of Love
La Poche - No Hollywood Dreams, System Machinery
Loft - It's Raining Again (1995)
Osmania - Face Of A Stranger (1995)
Papa Winnie - All Of My Heart (1996)
Real Hype - Train Of Love (1996), Train To Nowhere
Reduction - Living In A Promised Land (1996), Together, Waves (1995)
SAY - What's Your Face (1997), Winner Of The Game (1995)
Silent Circle - Every Move, Every Touch (1994)
UC Colours - U Got The Rhythm (1995)
Unit T - Give Me Time, No Secrets
Urgent C - Face Of A Stranger, Queen Of Rain, Shaitao, Wish You Were Here (1995), You'll See (1996)
Europop (30th Nov 1999)
1.Dub In Life, 2.Blue (Da Ba Dee), 3.Living In A Bubble, 4.Move Your Body, 5.My Console, 6.Your Clown, 7.Another Race, 8.The Edge, 9.Now Is Forever, 10.Silicon World, 11.Europop, 12.Hyperlink (deep down),
Contact (24th Jul 2001)
1.Lucky In My Life, 2.New life, 3.One Goal, 4.King Of Lullaby, 5.I Deejay With The Fire, 6.Crazy, 7.Far Away, 8.I Don't Wanna Lose, 9.Morning Time, 10.Life Like Thunder, 11.Back In Time, 12.Johnny Grey, 13.Brightly Shines, 14.Losing You, 15.People Of Tomorrow, 16.Journey, 17.80'S Stars (featuring Franco Battiato),
Eiffel 65 (2003)
1.Viaggia Insieme A Me, 2.Quelli Che Non Hanno Eta, 3.Una Notte e Forse Mai Piu, 4.Tu Credi, 5.Voglia Di Dance All Night, 6.La Mia Lente, 7.Non E Per Sempre, 8.Like A Rolling Stone, 9.Figli Di Pitagora, 10.Sopra Un Palco Per Tutto Il Mondo, 11.Oggi, 12.Cosa Restera (In A Song), 13.Io E La Mia Stanza,
Eiffel 65 (2003)
1.Voglia Di Dance All Night (2004 Rmx), 2.Follow Me, 3.Just One Night And Maybe Good Bye, 4.Time Is Not Our Cage, 5.You Believe, 6.Going To Dance All Night, 7.The Filter, 8.Like A Rolling Stone (English Version), 9.On A Stage All Across The World, 10.Today, 11.The World Inside My Bedroom, 12.Tu Credi (The Complete Opera By La Premiata Ditta Molinaro & Lobina), 13.Viaggia Insieme A Me (Roberto Molinaro Radio Concept), 14.Una Notte E Forse Mai Più (Roberto Molinaro Radio Concept), 15.Living In My City (Theme From The Turin Winter Olympic Games 2006),
Blue (Da Ba Dee) (29th Apr 1999)
Move Your Body (Aug 1999)
My Console (2000)
Back In Time (2000)
One Goal (May 2000)
Too Much Of Heaven (11th May 2000)
Losing You (2001)
Lucky In My Life (5th Jun 2001)
80s Stars (22nd Oct 2001)
Cosa Resterá (In A Song) (29th May 2002)
Quelli Che Non Hanno Età (2003)
Viaggia Insieme A Me (2003)
Una Notte E Forse Mai Più (Nov 2003)
Voglia Di Dance All Night (2004)
Panico (26th May 2016)
Blue (Da Ba Dee) (1999)
Una Notte E Forse Mai Più (2003)
Viaggia Insieme A Me (2003)
A Decade In Blue (Da Ba Dee) 2009 Remixes (2009)
Move Your Body: Golden Remixes (31st May 2010)
Blue (Da Ba Dee) Bottai Remix (15th Dec 2017)
Label : Bliss Corporation. Eiffel 65 is formed by Jeffrey Jey (who writes the lyrics) Maurizio Lobina and Gabry Ponte.
Maurizio Lobina was born in Asti, he started studying the piano at the age of 5 and got into his first band at the age of ten. He grew up listening to all kinds of music and playing practically everything from house to reggae. This has made Maurizio one of the most incredibly talented Bliss Co. musicians. Famous also for his long and fast fingers. In the BlissCo World he is in charge as well of the A/R Dept. Gabriele is a professionnal DJ, he mixes the tracks for the group (under the name of DJ Gabry Bridge) and appears on the stage.
The project's name was chosen by chance. They entered many words they liked in a software that allows to create names from words according to the coincidence principle. Eiffel came out, and the number 65 was added by mistake afterwards. The '65' was part of a phone number that was inadvertently scribbled next to the name 'Eiffel' when the text was submitted for printing. 'To find a name of a group it is always a delicate process, in how much it would have to represent the artist or the music'.
Their debut single, Blue (Da Ba Dee), with its vocoder-enhanced vocals, topped the charts in England (where it 2nd best selling single for the year 1999), Germany, France, Canada, Australia, Spain, Switzerland, Austria, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Greece, Belgium, Holland, and Ireland, and became a long-lasting number one. In Italy it was ran every 150 seconds according to statistics and went Platinum. In Israel it was number 1 and reached # 6 in the USA.
Once it's heard, it's never forgotten, as its lasting hook, uplifting verses and body-rocking rhythem are pure energy shot straight to the heart. It's inception began with Maurizio's piano riff before Jeffrey wrote the lyrics. 'Maurizio said 'come up with strange lyrics,'' explains Jeffrey. 'I started thinking about the way people are and about lifestyles-the way you buy your house, pick your girlfriend, your job, or the neighborhood in which you live. Then I came up with a color, a color that describes someone's lifestyle.' The text of Blue is based on the persons and as they are made. 'That is, everyone of we has of the ideas, opinions and a style of life that prefers. I identify this with a color, in the case of Blue the crowds are alive, a funny protagonist in a way that it wants to paint with the blue color. Blue like the sky, the sea, the Earth seen from the space and beautiful the Corvettes of years 70.' they explain.
Blue was also released, almost at the same time, by Stay C Paton in the Netherlands.
The debut album of the band, Europop, contains 13 tracks, all kind of music in the limits of Eiffel 65, and went double Platinum. In Findance Awards '99, Eiffel 65 was chosen for the second best band of the year, the best newcomer band and their song, Blue (Da Ba Dee), was the second best song of the year. The music video of Blue was the second best music video of the year.
'It's important that people get a positive message,' says Jeffrey about Eiffel 65's music. 'We don't throw something down and criticize. We want to think and use our minds to fix things. Things should be built rather than taken apart. There should be something to be happy about.' Blue (Da Ba Dee) is a mix of dance and English pop, a song with a disco beat. 'We're more like an old-fashioned Depeche Mode, a solid structure, but more futuristic,' he says. 'We are electronic, but we look for new sounds like The Chemical Brothers. It's easy to sing to and to dance to.'
Meanwhile, they remixed Kim Lukas' single All I Want and a single of Ann Lee. Their second single, Move Your Body, was also quite successful since it went number one in 7 countries. It reached # 24 in Israel, # 3 in UK. It was followed by Too Much Of Heaven, a more low-tempo track, saying that the people are only thinkin' about money, forgeting about what's really important : love, friendship. It went # 1 in Israel and # 1 in Italy. Their following release was entitled One Goal (for the Euro 2000 football championship). During the Summer 2000, Eiffel 65 toured in the whole United States, from New York (in May) to San Francisco (in July).
While the latest statistics are saying that Europop sold in over 10.000.000. copies all over the world, they already talk about the second album for winter 2001. It will be entitled Contact. Maurizio explains : "We like this title because it is inspired by the movie, and it talks about the contact with an alien civilization, which is a fascinating matter. We mainly consider Contact as the perfect word to describe the meeting point of our musical experiences and growth ". Jeffrey says : "It makes me think about the forgotten great space which means that is incredible to understand how small we are compared to the great space that surrounds us and where it ends and where it begins".
Eiffel 65 participated at the Los Angeles Grammy Awards 2001, where they received a nomination as Best Dance Group, together with Baha Man, Jennifer Lopez, Moby and Enrique Iglesias. On the 2nd of May, 2001 they participated in the World Music Awards in Monte Carlo, as award presenters. On the 15 of May, 2001, they went to Los Angeles to receive an award from B.M.I. U.S.A. for the hit Blue. This prize was being awarded for the "most played song of U.S. radio during the year 2000".
2 singles have already been released from this forthcoming album. The first one is Back In Time, released in the beginning of 2001, the seoncd one is Lucky (In My Life), to be released after the 20th of May. It has been chosen as a single because of its sunny and summery style. Eiffel 65 will participate at Festivalbar, where they will be introducing the new single. They will be singing 4 times, including the final evening.
The new album, released in 2001, was entitled Contact. Then a new single came out in 2002 : it was called Cosa Resterá (In A Song). The track Elephants In Amsterdam was not released as single, it was going to be included in the album Contact. Bliss Corporation gave it as award to the winners of one online contest on July 19th of 2002.
Eiffel 65's third album was at first planned for October 2002 but it was delayed.
2003 : Eiffel 65 took part to San Remo awards contest with their freshly released single Quelli Che Non Hanno Eta. It was their first "totally italian spoken" song... The record appears to work good. Meanwhile DJ Gabry Ponte of Eiffel 65's new single is De Musica Tonante which contains a remix of Geordie which is also a radio single by Londonbridge. He also has been playing a remix of The Man In The Moon in his DJ sets.
2004 : their new single was entitled Tu Credi / Voglia Di Dance All Night.
2006 : After Gabry Ponte left the group, Jeff and Maury created a new project called Bloom 06.
2009 : Bloom 06 contributed to a remake of Alexia's song Il Branco. The new version is in English, entitled "We" is the power. It was included on her new album Ale & C.
Remixes done by Eiffel 65
883 - La Regina Del Celebrita, Viaggio AlCentro Del Mondo
Alex Party - U Gotta Be
Alphaville - Big In Japan
Andreas Johnson - Glorious
Ann Lee - Ring My Bell
Anna Bettz - Black & White
Anna Vissi - Everything I Am
Aqua - Freaky Friday
Bloodhound Gang - The Bad Touch
Cool & The Gang - Get Down On It
Gala - Everyone Has Inside
Jane Birkin - Je T'aime
Jean Michele Jarre - Tout Est Bleu
Kim Lukas - All I really want
Laura Pausini - Il Mio Sbaglio Piu Grande
Love Inc. - Here Comes The Sunshine
Lutricia Mc Neal - Fly Away
Mr. Lilu - Little Girl
Nek - La Vita E' Rmx
Piero Pelu - Toro Loco
Regina - You & Me
S Club 7 - Reach
Simon J - Paradise
Supereva - I'm Thinkin' Of You
Superpop - Anywhere
Toni Braxton - Spanish Guitar
Unique - Forever
Eiffel 65 on the Top
Eiffel 65 homepage by Dangerous Minds
Sephiroth's Eiffel 65 Page
Eiffel 65 Center
Thanks to Shimon O'Hana for the charts positions
Thanks to Queen of Lullaby from Eiffel 65 Spain
Thanks to David Hurt, Vincenzo Roselli and Ben Smith for the latest informations
The Theory Of Emcees Squared (1990)
1.Rhymes Unlimited, 2.Are We Ready To Party, 3.Can I Get A Witness, 4.Ladies, 5.Friday Night & Saturday Morning, 6.Gotsatago, 7.My Rhymes Are Smoking, 8.Only The Funkiest, 9.Food For Thought, 10.On The Ill Tip,
Friday Night and Saturday Morning (1988)
The Freeze (1989)
Are We Ready To Party (1990)
Einstein first came to the scene when he featured on CJ Mackintosh's The Tables Are Turnin in 1987, this lead to him getting a deal with Music Of Life. Influenced highly by american hip hop, he released many 12 inches and a debut album called 'The Theory Of Emcees Squared' which gained a bit of commercial success. He later became MC Mario on the chart smash 'SuperMario Land' by Ambassadors Of Funk.
In 1989, his voice was featured on Simon Harris' Another Monsterjam.
In 1991, he was featured on Technotronic's single Turn It Up. The same year, he appeared on Dannii Minogue's Jump To The Beat.
In 1994 he appeared on Eurogroove's single Scan Me, along with Dominique Atkins. Together, they were also featured on Don't Keep Me Hangin' On.
In 1995, he contributed to the vocals on Serena's Ridin' High.
In 1996, he recorded The Power 96 for Snap.
Artists and groups featuring Einstein
CJ Mackintosh - The Tables Are Turnin' (1987)
Dannii Minogue - Jump To The Beat (1991)
Eurogroove - Scan Me (1994)
Serena - Ridin' High (1995)
Simon Harris - Another Monsterjam (1989)
Snap - The Power '96 (1996)
Stock Aitken Waterman - Roadblock (1991)
Technotronic - Turn It Up (1991)
Aggressiva (with Michael DJ Hammer) (1992)
1.Synthex, 2.Hexadecimal, 3.Hell's Rhythm, 4.Fire Storm, 5.Klangberg, 6.Techno Runner (by Michael DJ Hammer), 7.Aggressiva (by Michael DJ Hammer), 8.Heuro Scream (by Michael DJ Hammer), 9.Halloween (by Michael DJ Hammer), 10.Pastik (by Michael DJ Hammer),
The Shadow And The Planet (1996)
1.Welcome On Board, 2.Back From Galaktika, 3.Space Bubble (Extented Mix), 4.The Shadow And The Planet, 5.Elektro Woman (Interconnection Mix), 6.China Space, 7.Automatik Sex (Geilheit in Frankfürt Mix), 8.New Form Of Life, 9.Automatik Sex (Germany Mix), 10.Future Baby, 11.Cosmic Radio Station (Euro Cosmic Mix), 12.Elektro Woman (Dedicated To The May-Day Remix), 13.Astralis,
Disco Loco (14th Nov 1991)
Für Elise (1992)
You're My Destiny (19th Jun 1992)
Klangberg Kartoonia (28th Nov 1992)
Automatik Sex (22nd Apr 1994)
Elektro Woman (13th Sep 1994)
Cosmic Radio Station (12th Apr 1995)
Space Bubble (4th Oct 1995)
Back From Galaktika (12th Feb 1996)
Virtuality (23rd Jul 1996)
UFO (5th Nov 1996)
In Japan (10th Jul 2000)
Explorya (20th May 2016)
Disco Loco (1992)
Automatik Sex (1994)
Elektro Woman (1994)
Cosmic Radio Station (1995)
The producer Claudio Zennaro released under the name of Einstein Dr Deejay many eurotrance hits, the most successful being Automatik Sex and Elektro Woman. 2 very confidential albums were also released.
Apart from his own singles, he also contributed to the first single of the project Mo-Do Eins Zwei Polizei.
It is less well-know that Claudio Zennaro started his carreer much earlier. He even released a first and very rare vinyl album, that he shared with another DJ called Michael DJ Hammer). It was entitled Agressiva and the style (a sort of underground house with a little gothic touch) was very far form the second album. It contained one the of the tracks that he released as single the same year : Klangberg Kartoonia. Strangely, the 2 first singles Disco Loco and You Are My Destiny were not included on the album.
In 1992, Claudio composed a track entitled Für Elise, from the famous Ludwig van Beethoven theme, which appeared on the Italian compilation Tendenthia 5 - La Classica, from a series mixed by Zennaro himself. The compilation also contained some other tracks atrranged by Zennaro's team, under pseudonyms.
After one year of silence, Einstein Dr Deejay was back in 1994 with the big hit Automatik Sex. Jasmine (Moka DJ's friend at this time) was the voice. It peaked #7 in in the maxi sales charts in France, #21 in the club charts.
Federica Micheli was the voice of the follow-up Elektro Woman (and maybe Cosmic Radio Station ?). Elektro Woman was #10 in in the maxi sales charts in France, #15 in the French club charts. Patty Musolino contributed to the vocals of Space Bubble.
1996 was a very rich year for Einstein Dr Deejay, with 3 singles released. Back From Galactica was #39 in the Austrian charts. The last one is the very rare UFO, which seems to have been released in Italy only, as vinyl, and not to have had the success expected.
Several years after, he is ready to climb the international charts once again with his newest single In Japan, an absolutely high-end production, with very particular vocals, trendy sounds and a dreamy refrain. The idea of the track was started with his friend Killer Faber in the studios of Expanded in Bologna, and finished at Dancelab in Austria. This song is a potential top-hit. It was released in Italy under the Hitland label.
More recently, Claudio began a collaboration with Norbert Reichart (Imperio's producer). This is how he took part to the production of Formula 1, the first single of DJ Visage. The studios have been transferred from little to Montecarlo and that's where they make all their productions. They use the most modern mixers, expanders and soft.
Currently Claudio lives in Montecarlo, even if periodically he returns to Udine (his city) in order to be with his daughter Elena (9 years old) and his family. His DJ activity has been practically supplanted by the one of full time-producer. Even if from time to time he makes some appearances in Austria and more rarely in Italy for very particular events.
2000 : At the end of 2002, Einstein Dr Deejay teamed up with the Ramirez Team to release the maxi Infierno under the name Audiowerk Z (Label DFC).
2004 : Einstein Dr Deejay was back with Audiowerk Z for the single Last Train To Amsterdam.
2006 : in September a dance single was released under the name Einstein Doctor Deejay feat Will K, entitled Ce silence me devore. It was composed by Chirico and Facchinetti.
Thanks to Nico, GUKP, Klems, Astralys and Ligeia for the latest news
Under the name of DMP (Dance Music Production) and Attack II he collaborated with Dietmar Stehle to produce the Loft and Intermission project, and some tracks featuring Nina and Lori Glori. Then he created the team M&G-Productions with Giora Schein to produce acts such as Garcia.
Artists and groups featuring Eisele (Michael)
Captain Hollywood Project - All I Want (1993), Find Another Way (1995), Flying High (1994), Impossible (1993), More And More (1992), Only With You (1993), Rhythm Of Life (1994), The Way Love Is (1995)
Captain Hollywood - Danger Sign (2001)
Daisy Dee - Just Jump (1996)
Garcia - Kalimba De Luna (1999), La Vida Bonita (1998)
Intermission - Real Love (1996)
Loft - Hold On (1993), Love Is Magic (1994), Wake The World (1994)
Nina - The Reason Is You (1994)
Ophelia - Hand In Hand (1994)
Love Me Inside Out (11th Sep 1995)
This project is produced by Nostradamus. The lyrics were written by Nostradamus and Pesch CC. The vocals were done by Zusanne.
Neked Adom Mindenem (1996)
1.Intro, 2.Duborog, 3.Olelj At, 4.Sajtbol Van A Hold, 5.Arra Gondoltam, 6.Neked Adom Mindenem, 7.Legyen A Szex..., 8.A Vagy, 9.Atmegyek Erted, 10.Tell Me, 11.Reggel, 12.Atmegyek Erted (House Version),
Neked Adom Mindenem (1996)
Hungarian project Éjszakai Járat was produced by Zoltán Makai. It featured a rapper and a female vocalist. They released one EP entitled Neked Adom Mindenem in 1996, followed by a complete album with the same title. Label : Williem's Records
Karin Strömfelt was female vocalist for Dreamland under name Karin E or Kay. She also did vocals on Magic Key's only single Sunny Lovin (another Esquille project) and for Miisa project
Artists and groups featuring Ekstedt (Karin)
Dreamland - Anything For U (1995), Can't Get Enough (1996), Get On Up (1994)
The Secret Of Love (1994)
Records company : BlackBeard. The producers were Maui and Max Serra. The single included 4 versions : Sing A Song Version, Picante Version, Noche Argentina Version and Bonus Slow. It was released in Germany under ZYX on the 10th November 1995.
Thanks to Alex Capilé
El Chicko ()
El Chicko was perfomed by Sandra Pires and Roger Chapman
Amir Adam El-Falaki was born in Copenhagen (Denmark), on the 12th of August 1973. He is 1,86 m tall and he loves playing football, dancing, and playing with his Playstation. Amir is of Moroccan descent and speaks Danish, English, Arabic, and French. His name literally means "Astronomical Commander" in Arabic. When he was a child, Amir wanted to be a doctor.
Before becoming a part of Toy-Box, he used to be a dance teacher and a dance director. He also did some modelling.
2007 : Amir was a dancer in Julie Lund's song Merhaba at the Danish national Eurovision semi final, Melodi Grand Prix. Their song, however, did not qualify for the final round.
Amir founded the dance academy Danseplaneten.
Ola' Pachanga (1994)
Dreams was a cover of the huge hit released by Gabrielle earlier that same year. Label : Akropolis.
Thanks to Vision
Better Than You (1995)
Better Than You was written by E. Irizarry and C. Rosario, produced and mixed by Charlie "Babie" Rosario, mastered by Don Grossinger, engineered by Larry Storm. Label: Strictly Rhythm. It was licensed under labels Feel The Rhythm in France and ZYX Music in Germany.
Thanks to Gianni
Get It Out! (1992)
1.Everybody's Talkin', 2.If You Leave Me Now, 3.Call It A Day, 4.Miami, 5.Shadow, 6.Drive Along, 7.The Sounds Of Silence, 8.Get It Out, 9.Time, 10.To Be Or Not To Be, 11.Your Way, 12.Like Guido Sarducci,
Love Is In The Air ()
I You Leave Me Now (1992)
The Sound Of Silence (1992)
Everybody's Talkin' (5th Aug 1992)
Running Up That Hill (29th Jan 1994)
Love Is Life (28th Jun 1994)
Ventura Highway (1995)
Everybody's Talkin' (1992)
Love Is Life (Moratto Remix) (1994)
Label : Flying Records. Elastic band is an Italian project featuring non other than the Italo disco star Tom Hooker himself. Their first single was I You Leave Me Now, originally sung by the group Chicago, released in 1992
Running Up That Hill was composed by Alex Party. Originally published under the Italian label Flying, it was released in Germany under ZYX. The follow-up was entitled Love Is Life, once again with a contribution of Alex Party in the remixes.
Thanks to BroderTuck, Christian DTM NoLimits
Dancing Into Danger (1996)
Label : Dance Master Records. Dancing Into Danger, a cover of Inker & Hamilton, featured a solo female vocalist. It appeared on Bulgarian unofficial compilation Dance Dance Dance 4.
Thanks to Gianni
Everybody was arranged by S. Saccavino, directed by Quattrocchi, mixed and programmed by A. Badella, written and produced by Alex Badella and Steven Saccavino for Active STP, recorded at Active Studio in Torino (Italy). Published, maufactured and marketed by Lupomannaro s.a.s. Label: Feel and Keep
Hey Mr Devil (10th Apr 1995)
Hey Mr. Devil was written by Tobias Dannappel and Kenneth Hill, who was also the rapper. Music was composed by André Tanneberger aka ATB, who was also producer, mixer and arranger. Vocals were done by Isabelle Rau. The saloon mix was done by Luke Skywalker and Rico Novarini (aka Enrico Zabler from the Masterboy). Label : Coconut.
Do You Like Brahms (5th Mar 2001)
Dancing Through The Night (1995)
Dancing Through The Night is a very good eurodance track which was produced by F. Zafret. Label: Delta City
It Could Be Love (1997)
The single was produced, arranged and mixed by A. Ferraris and L. Stanga. The 70ths Funk mix was mixed by Cuttin' Cream, the Club mix was done by DJ Luca Motta. Label : Dance Factory (EMI)
Thaks to Eurodance Rage
French DJ/producer Louis Element (real name : Louis Corte) was born in Metz (France) in 1973. At the age of 14, working as a radio DJ on Fréquence Sud-Canal 102, opening the airwaves to his passion for Funk and Disco music. After two years spent as a sports journalist/producer on RTL TV in Luxemburg, he played in clubs and radios, until he started his own record company in Paris, composing, writing, singing and producing along with former partner Johnny Williams. Together, they created the dance projects Sub Zero, Kiss The Beat, House Control, Roman Photo, B-One, Miranda, Cocoon IV and many others. He also did remixes for La Bouche, Rozlyne Clarke, Larusso, Nadiya, Alliage, and many more.
Then he moved to South America, settling down in Brazil. Afterwards, he went to Los Angeles.
As of 2007, Louis Corte is still producing music for his own record company, in House, trance, eurodance and Electro styles.
2008 : he decided to take a new direction, cultivating his passion from his own, updated recording studio. He released a solo single as Louis Corte entitled Mathilde A.
Artists and groups featuring Element (Louis)
B-one - Can't Stop The Boogie (1995), Celebrate The Music (2000), It's A Shame (1996), Play The Game (1997), The Future (1997), The Rhythm (1995), Voyage Voyage (1998)
De Nature - Ne M'oublie Pas (1995)
Direct 2 Dance - Burning Up (1995)
Dynamo (2) - Party People (Jump) (1995)
House Control - Calling The Night (1994)
Kiss The Beat - Power People (1993)
Miranda - A La Fiesta (1999), Eldorado (2000), Fiesta (album) (1999), Vamos A La Playa (1999)
Sub Zero - Feel The Vibe (1994)
X-Pose - All My Life (1995)
1.Теkhno-Ekspromt, 2.Uletai, Uletai, Uletai, 3.Staryi Blyuz, 4.Mne Bolshe Ne Zhal, 5.Privet, Moi Kapitan, 6.Volshebnitsa Osen, 7.Goryatsaya Postel, 8.Bai Bai Bai Bai, 9.Baby (Strannik Sudby), 10.Oglyanis Nazad, 11.Pod Plakuchei Ivoyu, 12.Moi Son, 13.Byt Mne Ne S Toboi, 14.Ostrov Razluk, 15.Dva Dykhaniya - Dve Sudby, 16.Anghel Moi (Megamix),
Элен и ребята (Elen I Rebyata) project name was probably an homage to famous 90s teen TV series Helen & The Boys. The trio released an album Техно-Экспромт (Теkhno-Ekspromt) which contained some nice eurodance songs (among them, a Russian cover of Sabrina's Angel Boy) as well as Italo-disco tracks.
Jump To Me ()
Jump To Me was produced by Tiziano Giupponi (who also contributed to Cappella's U & Me RAF Zone mix), arranged, recorded and mixed by Ricky Vallini, Tiziano Giupponi, and Roland Brant at Musicstore Studio (Bologna - Italy). Vocals were done by Max-Lino. It was released in Italy under Disco Più Srl Milano, licensed in France under Ed. Midasol / Sound Of Paris / Happy Music, under Max Music in Spain, distributed by Sony.
Thanks to Astralys
Artists and groups featuring Eleonore
Axelvis - Gotta Be Free (1995)
Dr T - Do You Feel It (1994), Down On The Road (1994)
Wake Up (C.L.U.B. Unite) (1997)
DJ Keep This Feeling (1998)
Burning Up (1999)
Swedish project Elephant & Castle was founded by Johan Lagerlöf and Jan Nordlund in 1997, with members of eurodance project Flexx. The Elephant and Castle is a major road junction in Central London, England. Eurodance diva Nana Hedin was featured on Wake Up (C.L.U.B. Unite) and DJ Keep This Feeling. Leila K was featured on Burning Up.
Easy To Believe (1993)
Mrs Brown (1995)
We Will Be One (2nd Jun 1995)
The videoclip of the single was directed by Patric Ullaeus (who also directed clips of Toni Cottura, Nana, Daisy Dee, Pappa Bear, AK Swift, Masterboy, Pandora...).
The single We Will Be One included a Basement Radio Edit, a 1st Floor Euro Mix, a 2nd Floor Dance Mix, a 3rd Floor Trance Mix and a Penthouse Extended.
There was also a single featuring the Nordic Vikings, entitled Touchdown.
The singer of Elevate, Bosson, is nowadays a big pop-star in europe with with hit singles like You Opened My Eyes, I Believe and One In a Million which was chosen to be the lead music theme for the movie "Miss Congeniality" with Sandra Bullock. He has toured with artists like Kylie Minogue and Britney Spears. In Spring 2004, he attended the Swedish pre-eliminatory contest for the Eurovision song contest, with the song Epharisto.
Thanks to reBeL, BroderTuck and Vision
Everybody Come On (1995)
Get Up (1996)
Members of Elevator System are Jely and Alioccha. Their label was Dance Plant/Cold Front. Their songs Everybody Come On and Get Up were only released on compilations
Thanks to Klems and Gianni
Lero Lero Lero Le Le! (1999)
Take My Heart (1999)
Call Me Baby (2000)
Elaine was a project of Vanni Giorgilli featuring a solo female vocalist. Label : Do It Yourself Entertainment. Take My Heart was written and produced by Saverio Ariemma, arranged and mixed by Max Boscolo and V. Giorgilli.
Single Shararì featured Susan D.
Thanks to Gianni
I Can't Stop - Freestyle Hits (2000)
1.I Can't Stop, 2.Back To Me, 3.Say Goodbye, 4.When I'm Gone (Trixie Remix), 5.Mamboleo (Freestyle Remix), 6.Show Me How You Love Me, 7.Forever Love, 8.Without You, 9.Something In My Heart, 10.I'll Keep Searching, 11.Don't Say, 12.Forbidden Lies, 13.Bailando, 14.De Addios, 15.I Can't Stop (Pop Mix),
I'm With The DJ - Greatest Hits (2009)
1.The Incredible (E.L.I.S.S.A), 2.Remember Dance, 3.Truth (Mixshow Edit), 4.Back For My Love, 5.You Will Find Me, 6.The Weekend, 7.Vola, 8.Damelo, 9.I Dream, 10.If Tomorrow Never Comes, 11.If I Let You Go, 12.Talking S.H.I.T., 13.I Feel Like An Angel, 14.Tanti Auguri (Gelateria Italiana Edit), 15.Spirit Of Life, 16.Fly Away, 17.Truth (Acoustic Mix),
I'm With The DJ - Greatest Hits (2009)
1.Real Issh, 2.Mamboleo, 3.Bailando, 4.Back To Me, 5.If I Could Fly, 6.Right Here Waiting, 7.Show Me How You Love Me, 8.The Light (Becca Remix), 9.All I Ask 3:56, 10.Who's Crying Now, 11.Summer Of Love, 12.Yo Quiero Bailar, 13.Forever Love, 14.The Light (Original Radio), 15.Ritmo Caliente, 16.Calor,
We Are Together ()
Show Me How You Love Me (Do You Love Me) (1996)
When I'm With You (1998)
Without You (1998)
Yo Quiero Bailar (2003)
Shake Your Body (1996)
Shake Your Body featured a solo female vocalist. It was arranged by Luca Contini and Giorgio Dolce, edited by Alessandro Coluccini, produced by Alessandro Coluccini, Christian Ciardella and - Roby Achilli. Label : J & Q Records.
Forever (11th Mar 1994)
The single Forever included a DFC Remix, a Sundance Mix, a Radio Euro Mix, a Euro Mix, and a Nubian Mix. It as producer by Davide Marsilio (who also produced FUNO Bee In My Bonnet) and Theo Spagna (aka Giorgio Spagna). The first mix was arranged at Scientific Studio, the others tracks in Alamode Studio and Avalon Studio.
It was licensed in Germany under ZYX, in Spain under Max Music.
Thanks to Eurodance Rage
Lo Echamos A Suertes ()
Spanish dance act that recorded the cover of Ella Baila Sola's hit Lo Echamos a Suertes. It was included in the compilation Puzzletron 4.
Thanks to Ulysses
Ellas 3 (1998)
1.Loca Por Tí, 2.Busco Un Chico, 3.Luz De Luna, 4.En Algún Lugar, 5.Así Es El Amor, 6.Tómbola, 7.Bote De Basura, 8.Corazones Confundidos, 9.Por Él, 10.Cada Día Más,
Luz De Luna ()
Bote De Basura ()
Corazones Confundidos ()
Ellas 3 is a girls trio from Mexico. Their member are Lish, Floria and Joanna.
The group formed in the preparatory, at that time they were named "3-2-1". They competed in the contest "Valores Juveniles Bacardí y Compañía" in the year 1996 with the song Quiero Bailar, winning 3rd place. They were spotted by Carlos Lara, who became their manager and producer. They got signed under the first records company to which they were presented : Universal Music. Luz Blanchet (art designer) and Arturo López Gavito (Universal Music director) found the project name Ellas 3.
Their first single Luz De Luna went straight to Top Ten of the most listened songs of the moment. Then came Bote De Basura, followed Corazones Confundidos. The girls appeared in events such as "Vox F.M.", "Rockola - Coca Cola", "Festival Acapulco '98"; in the festival "Un Mundo Mejor". They recorded together with Kabah, Lynda, Mercurio, Aranza and other Mexican dance and pop singers, the song l Pescador for an event dedicated to the Pope in the Aztec stadium in 1999.
Tómbola is a cover of the spanish singer Marisol.
Thanks to Abelito
Get It On (1995)
This group (whose name is also written Electronika and Electronica) features one rapper and one female vocalist (who could be Viviana from Da Blitz). They only recorded very energetic Eurodance single, Get It On, which could be found on the French compilation Hit des Clubs 6 and which was released under the Megafont label in Italy, licenced under Atoll Music in France.
The single was produced by Zucket (Luciano Zucchet) and Gabeauty (aka Massimo Gabutti), written by Gianfranco Randone, Massimo Gabutti and Roberto Molinaro.
Movin' On (2001)
Producers : Alessandro Gilardi and Claudio Varola. The song Movin' On appeared on the 5th mix of the game Dance Dance Revolution and on compilation Dancing Mania Powerhits.
Emanuella project featured vocals by Taleesa
Can We Talk (1997)
1.Knock, 2.I Love The Way You Smile, 3.Jump In The Water, 4.Slowly, 5.Impossible To Resist, 6.Music To My Eyes, 7.Sunshine, 8.On & On, 9.Can We Talk, 10.Round And Round, 11.Happy To See You Again, 12.Let You Go, 13.Where Chocolate Grows, 14.Village Ghetto Land,
1.It Must Be Love, 2.I Found Lovin, 3.Everything, 4.It Isn't You, 5.Nice & Slow, 6.Best Of Everything, 7.Free, 8.Break It Up, 9.Thinking About You, 10.Who Is It, 11.Make You Feel Good, 12.What A Day, 13.Baby Be Mine, 14.Easy Come Easy Go,
Komm in mein Leben (Oct 2007)
1.Komm in mein Leben, 2.Ein E wie kein E, 3.Wenn es regnet, 4.Salla, 5.Das Leben geht weiter, 6.Geh Deinen Weg, 7.Glücklich, 8.Nina (Du fehlst), 9.Alles und nichts, 10.Du könntest (Alabama), 11.Die Welt (auf meinen Schultern), 12.Solange, 13.Verloren in Musik, 14.Salla (full Turkish),
She (1st Apr 2012)
1.What If, 2.Millionaire, 3.I Should Love You (I), 4.Spy On Your Phone, 5.Cashew Nuts, 6.Small World, 7.She, 8.I Know, 9.Heal the Wwworld, 10.Blind, 11.Land, 12.I Should Love You (J), 13.I Should Love You (C), 14.She (Remix), 15.Sevda Cicegi,
(I Love) The Way You Smile (1995)
On And On (25th Dec 1997)
Everything (12th Apr 1999)
Wenn es regnet (2008)
Spy On Your Phone (2012)
Dragon (10th Nov 2017)
Emel in Arabic means "wish for the future". Emel Aykanat was born June 8th, 1975. Already in the tender days of her childhood her musical talent was so obvious (she played the accordion, keyboards, violin and bass) that her father invested his savings in microphones, tape recorders or drum machines in order to satisfy the artistic restlessness of his offspring, rather then spending them on vacations.
At the age of 17, she toured through Europe as a background singer with a German pop and soul band called Six Was Nine. She took part to eurodance project Nite Squad with rapper Soul SK. She was then hired by DJ Bobo to sing the hits Somebody Dance With Me and Keep On Dancing with him. This is how she took part to DJ Bobo's very first album, but she was not credited for this, so she sued the company and won the trial... DJ Bobo had to re-record both songs with new vocals by Christiane Eiben. In 1993, these "new vocal versions" were released.
Then Emel felt self-assured enough to tackle a solo career. In 1996, she published her first song Can We Talk, causing quite a lasting sensation with it. she singles Slowly, Sunshine and On And On all appeared in the charts of Switzerland and the respective video clips were taken up for rotation by Viva and MTV. These singles were soul and r'n'b oriented... She also visited the B-side of Soul SK's single Son Of A Preacher Man, which was entitled Once Bitten Twice Shy
2001 : she was part of a duet with the Swiss rapper Bligg.
2004 : Emel was the Swiss spokespersons for Eurovision Song Contest 2004. She was featured by P. Moos on a song of his album entitled Gib Nöd Uf.
2005 : Emel did a 1 year and a half tour with the German group Fettes Brot.
2007 : Emel released a new album entitled Komm in mein Leben (meaning : come in my life)
2009 : she was also part of the Swiss jury in the Eurovision Song Contest 2009.
2011 : Emel entered the Swiss selection for 2012's Eurovision Song Contest with a song entitled She. She performed it on 10 December 2011.
2012 : she released a single called Spy On Your Phone and a new album entitled She.
Emel Official website
Artists and groups featuring Emel
Bligg - Alles scho mal ghört (2001), Predicto (2001), Wundervoll (2005)
DJ Bobo - Keep On Dancing (1993), Somebody Dance With Me (1993), Take Control (1994)
Major T - Keep The Frequency Clear (1994)
Marquis - Melody (1997)
Nite Squad - Mr Dee Jay (1993)
Samurai & P Moos - Lah Mi Fluege (2008)
Stress - Juste Nous Trois (2003)
Twin Control - U and Me (1994)
Youturn - It's Allright (1993)
Do It For Love (1993)
Come With Me (1994)
Label : LED records
The female vocalist on Do It For Love was Annerly Gordon (who was officially credited) with a male backing vocalist, Gino Caria. The vinyl contained 3 versions: Extended LED Mix, Radio Mix and Instrumental Mix. It was written by A. Gioia (who also contributed to One Nation - Heaven, Hyena - Naked In The Rain and Viva - Je T'aime I Love You), Gino Caria, Stanga and Gechele, arranged and mixed by Stanga and Gechele, produced by A. Gioia.
Come With Me featured Clara Moroni's voice. The vinyl contained 3 versions: Eurobeat, Radio Mix and Instrumental Mix. Written By A. Gioia , Clara Moroni and P. Zollo, mastered by Stanga and Gechele, producer, arranged and mixed by A. Gioia and P. Zollo
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Let Me Be (24th Jul 1993)
In The Heat Of The Night (1994)
Another Way (1994)
Dance Into the Fire (1994)
I'll Be Back (1995)
Emergency are J.C. Felipe & J.P. Pons. Produced by DJ Movement Records. Let Me Be was written by Pieradis Rossini. Another Way was written by Pieradis Rossini, G. Fanelli and A.Carino. It was released in 1994 as 12". The follow-up In The Heat Of The Night was written and composed by G. Fanelli & M. Rizzi.
Antoher single entitled Dance In To The Fire was released in 1994 under
WH Records, licensed under Boy Records Spain. The vinyl had a different tracklisting
from the CD-single. It included an Extended Club Mix, a House Mix and a Hard
Trance Mix, as well as a track called People Are Still Having Sex. It
was written and composed by Bessy Gordon, Johnny Williams and Laurent Miqueu,
produced and mixed by Johnny Williams and Denis Groffe for WH Records. Maybe
it's the same project, maybe not.
In Your Arms (Aug 1995)
1.Sound Of My Heartbeat, 2.In Your Arms, 3.Flying To The Moon, 4.Bring Me, 5.Summertime, 6.So Far Away, 7.Be My Man, 8.Fascinated, 9.You Say Love, 10.Every Night, 11.Falling In Love, 12.Sing It, 13.Point Of No Return, 14.Fascinated (Underground Mix),
In Your Arms (1998)
1.In Your Arms, 2.Sound Of My Heartbeat, 3.Bring Me, 4.So Far Away, 5.Fascinated, 6.Every Night, 7.Flying To The Moon, 8.Summertime, 9.Be My Man, 10.Falling In Love, 11.You Say Love, 12.Sing It, 13.Be My Man (Dub mix), 14.Emjay Megamix,
Sound Of My Heartbeat (Sep 1994)
Fascinated (Apr 1995)
Flying To The Moon (Jun 1995)
In Your Arms (Aug 1995)
Point Of No Return (Oct 1996)
We All Need Love (Dec 1997)
Let it Go (Sep 1998)
Over And Over (1999)
Love Will Keep Us Together (1999)
Is This For Real (Nov 1999)
Origin : Ottawa, Canada . Real name : Marie Josée Riel.
Emjay was born on December 9th 1974. Her musical history began at age 12, with a 7 year stint singing as a backup vocalist with a local Ottawa band. She devoted virtually all her spare time practising the many different choreographs, along with gruelling aerobic training to ensure she was in top shape for her live performances of non-stop singing and dancing. Even at that young age, Emjay was willing to work hard and do what it took to attain her dream; to one day becomes a 'lead singer'. The effort was well recognised; the band won 8 American Guild Awards. Still with the band in 1993, Emjay won first place as 'Pop Solo Artist' at the American Guild Awards.
Emjay did background vocals on Memories, a track on Capital Sound's first album.
In 1994 she recorded a solo project, resulting in her first recording contract, and the song Sound Of My Heartbeat, which charted at #7 on The Record's Dance chart. More singles followed, Fascinated rose to #5 (and was covered by a project named Microcosmica, with raps added), Flying To The Moon to #3 and, of course, her biggest success yet, In Your Arms. In July 1995 she performeds at the Théâtre du Forum in Montreal alongside Bananarama, Whigfield, Los Del Mar, and BKS (among others), in front of a crowd of 5 000 persons.
August of 1995 saw the release of Emjay's first album, In Your Arms. Even then she sizzled with Diva authority. This debut earned her 5 hitsingles, along with many opportunities, including the honour of a nomination for Best Dance Recording at the 26th Annual Juno Awards (29thJanuary 1997), and a MuchMusic Video Award. She was also spotlighted by several major Television and Radio shows, and appeared at a number of major concert events, including MuchMusic's Winterlude, Toronto Radio station Energy 108's 'Energy Rush', and many more.
On the 24th of August 1996 Emjay performed live at the Kingswood Music Theatre at Canada's Wonderland in Toronto in front of a crowd estimated at around 15 000. The event, sponsored by Energy 108, also included artists Coolio, BKS, Ruffneck, Temperence, and many other artists. On the 1st of December 1996 she was nominated on The First Annual Cyberspace Euro-Energy Awards. On 22nd February 1997 she performed for the second year on Parliament Hill at Ottawa's Winterlude. The event was broadcast live across the nation on television stations CityTv, Much Music and Musique Plus. Then on 9th March 1997 she was at the 26th Annual Juno Awards at the Copps Coliseum in Hamilton, Ontario.
Emjay is an overall talent. She is a stunning young woman whose vocals are several notches above the competition. Her performances have a winning memorable quality ; smooth and assured, attributes that only come with experience. She is blond-haired with brown eyes. She has a big sister called Julie and a kid brother called Patrick. Her hobbies are swimming, in-line skating, working, reading, painting and dancing. She recognizes one default : she is not a morning person. Moreover she loves to shop, buy shoes, anything and everything that has a sale tag on it even if she doesn't need it. She believes in angels, in destiny, and in faith, and hates jealousy, competition and selfishness. She loves performing live in front of her fans. She has two tattoos : one of an angel, the other is a heart with a music note and two piercings: nose and navel. She is still a single person (in spite of rumors about a romance with a member of the Backstreet Boys). Before starting a musical carreer, she used to be a babysitter for 5 years, then a mail clerk for the Canadian government and an operator for Bell Mobility paging service.
When Emjay's not performing, she writes songs with her two best friends, Dan and Jean and spends time in the studio and travels to Montreal to rehearse the many choreographies with her dancers... Emjay is also taking singing lessons to keep her vocal cords in top notch. She is also spending a lot of time on the phone to personally keep in touch with her many business associates to ensure everything remains on the right track.
November 1997 marked the signing of Emjay to Tycoon Records : she had recorded her first new single We All Need Love, and was working on the full album, first scheduled for release in mid-1998. She has been chosen as the opening act for The Backstreet Boys' Canadian Tour, starting in Halifax on December 27th and ending in Québec City on January 7th. January 4th 1998 was the first filming date for Emjay's new music video. On 27th June 1998 she performed with various artists in front of 70,000 people in Little Italy in Toronto for the WorldCup Soccer game.
Afterwards, everything became very quiet around her... She recorded 2 tracks in French : Le blues du chardo et Jusqu'au bout du monde, for a TV series called "les Francoeurs". These tracks were absolutely not eurodance.
2005 : a single was released under the name Emjay. But it was only the scene name of Maarten Ossewaarde, a DJ from Amsterdam. Entitled Make Some Noise, it was chosen as anthem for the Global gathering Festival '05 and it entered the UK top 40 dance at #25. No relationship with the real Emjay.
2006 : Emjay performed live in Toronto on the 17th May, she sung all her former hits.
2010 : some previously unreleased tracks were published on Youtube : It Doesn't really Matter Now and the balled Who Gave Up For Love.
© 1996-1998 Emjay Official Site
Emjay at Canadian Eurodance
Thanks to James N, Klems and Nelson
Artists and groups featuring Emjay
ABA/Z Project - Living My Life (2019)
Emjay - Flying To The Moon (1995), Sound Of My Heartbeat (1994)
We Can Dance (1996)
Shake Your Love (1996)
We Can Dance and Shake Your Love was written by Giovanni D'Orzario, Matteo Pacifico and Tony Green, produced by Tony Green. Both were released in 1996 under Popular Records.
Thanks to Gianni
Happy Strings (1993)
Feeling Emotions (1994)
Label : The Ultimate Records. The first single released by this Italian project was entitled Happy Strings.
Feeling Emotions was a powerful track featuring one or 2 vocalists or vocal samples, belonging to Shin, Blind Truth feat. Tata Vega - Why Can't We See, and maybe Annerly Gordon. The vinyl contained 3 versions : Club Mix, Tropical Mix and a Radio Mix. It was produced by Maurizio Braccagni and Roberto Gallo Salsotto.
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Got 2 Be Better (1995)
Got 2 Be Better featured samples from female vocals and male raps. It was released on compilation Ultimate Dance - Up And Dance under label LaserLight Digital.
Thanks to Gianni
Never Never (1996)
Never Never was recorded at Dr. Albert's Studio is Ceggia (Italy) . It was written, arranged, mixed and produced by Alberto Bertapelle. He thanked Special Leroy, Cristine (maybe the vocalist ?), Walter mix
Saviour (1st Feb 1993)
1.Run To You (12'' Version), 2.Why Don't You, 3.Saviour (12'' Version), 4.In My Mind, 5.Don't Let It Die, 6.House Of The Rising Sun (12'' Version), 7.Give It Up, 8.Ease The Pain (12'' Version), 9.In Your Eyes, 10.Be Yourself (12'' Version), 11.Why Don't You (Stonebridge Club Mix), 12.House Of The Rising Sun (Dub Mix),
Run To You (1st Nov 1992)
Give It Up (1st Oct 1993)
Why Don't You (19th Mar 1994)
House Of The Rising Sun (15th Oct 1994)
My Crying's Done (1995)
Rage aka En-rage are the producers Barry Leng and Duncan Hannant. Barry Leng was also behind the group E'Voke, who released a successful dance version of John Waite's Missing You. The project featured vocals by Tony Jackson and later on by Steve Lee.
Under the name Rage they released their first single in the end of 1992 : Run To You (a cover of a Bryan Adams song) was a big hit in Germany, reaching # 71 in the Best of Charts, and peaked at # 14 between January and February 1993. It was #3 - UK Charts between October and November 1992 and #12 in the Netherlands Singles Chart in 1992. Since, Run To You was also covered by Jaymz Bee and more recently Novaspace.
The first album was called Saviour, all sung by Tony Jackson, containing all the first hits. Then came the single Give It Up, still released in 1993. It was a cover of a single originally released by Creation (from the same producers, under Deconstruction records)
The next single was entitled Why Don't You, out in 1994, and it was included on the compilation Ronny's Pop Show Vol. 21. It featured the voice of Tony Jackson.
The follow-up and last single House Of The Rising Sun, still with Tony Jackson's voice, was featured on the compilation Hot & Fresh. It was an cover of a traditional song already covered by the the French megastar Johnny Hallyday under the name Les portes du pénitencier. A video was shot, directed by Lindy Heymann.
All the singles were released under Pulse 8 Records (London) in UK and Intercord in Germany.
In 1995 a single entitled My Crying's Done was released, still under Pulse 8 Records in the UK, and under CNR in the Netherlands.
Not to be confused with the metal band of the same name.
Thanks to Apho, Christian Icking and Mikoo
Le Disc Jockey (23rd Sep 1997)
Le Paradis (4th Nov 1998)
Le Soleil Noir (20th Jul 2000)
Le Disc Jockey (1997)
Vocalist : Sabine Ohmes (who also took part to Sash 's hit Encore Une Fois)
Share A Little Shelter (25th Sep 1998)
Share A Little Shelter featured vocals by Luisjo. Label: Chin Chin Pum
Caribbean Feeling ()
Caribbean Feeling was released under digital compilation Best Of 90s in 2005. It was a re-release of Rytmica's song under another project name.
Naktyje (Jul 1995)
1.Naktyje, 2.Aara, 3.Energy 4U, 4.Praeitis, 5.Vienas Bet ., 6.Atgal Į Skausmą, 7.Tu iuklė, 8.Niekada, 9.A Vėl Sugrįau,
Energy 4U is a Eurodance project from Lithuania under M.E.G.A. Records, produced by Ramūnas Bradūnas, who was also the singer and producer of the projects Magic Funnies and Juodos Roės. They consisted of a male rapper (presumably Ramūnas Bradūnas) and a female vocalist, whose name is unknown. In June 1995, Energy 4U released a song called Naktyje to the compilation Bumas under M.E.G.A. Records. In July 1995, they released their first and only album, Naktyje, on cassette only. Very little information about Energy 4U was known at the time, with no promotion being done outside of the compilation release and no known information released to magazines at the time, according to collectors from this era.
The album is believed to be Energy 4U's last release. On July 11, 2004, producer Ramūnas Bradūnas died in a traffic accident at the age of 29.
Thanks to Tyler
There's A Music (25th Feb 1994)
Label : EW. There's A Music (Reaching Out) was produced and written by Antonio Nunzio Catania (who also did the raps) and Ingo Kays.
Thanks to Necronomic
Production company based in Roma. 5 labels were created : D-Vision (Robin S), X-Energy (JK, Whigfield...), Extreme, (Future City) Interstate and Next (General Base)
Who Can Make Me Feel (1994)
Who Can Make Me Feel was written by Antonio Puntillo and Francesco Scandolari. It was recorded, arranged and mixed by Francesco Scandolari (aka Doc Franz), produced by Antonio Puntillo. Label: In Out
Thanks to Gianni
Just Say No (3rd Nov 1998)
If You Believe (20th Dec 1999)
You're Still The One (1st Aug 2000)
Label: Houzy Records. Enerjay was a project of DJ Stefy Energy (Stefania Finessi). The sound was euro with a touch of Italo house in the Gigi d'Agostino style.
Just Say No was co-produced by DJ Kharma, written by P. Scognamiglio.
The follow-up single If You Believe was recorded by Stefania Finessi, Mauro Farina, P. Noblie and F. Serra, recorded at Factory Sound Studio, Verona (Italy), with additional production and remix by Factory Team Special. Enerjay also thanked Free Sound Studio (Modena) & Alex Baraldi. The single featured Melody Castellari and Vittorio Fraja.
The last single You're Still The One featured vocals by Silvia Testoni. It was composed by Stefania Finessi, written by A. Baraldi and S. Rampini, recorded and mixed by DJ Stefy Nrg & A. Baraldi Thanks to AR.EM, Riccardo Rinaldi, C. Alberto Bonazzi, B&B Production Studio (FE), DJ Scott.
Later, Stefy Energy kept on a solo carreer, releasing several singles, including one featuring Taleesa called The Promise You Made in 2003.
Thanks to Klems and Gianni
Hold On To Your Dream (25th Mar 1998)
Listen To Your Heart (14th Sep 1998)
Label : Intercord. Enflame was a solo-project from Nancy Rentzsch.
The first single was entitled Hold On To Your Dreams, sung with Trixi Delgado from Masterboy. It was composed by DJ Bobo, Nancy herself and Axel Breitung. The second single, Listen To Your Heart, was composed and written by Nancy and Gordon Lighthouse. It was a duet with the vocalist Chrissi, aka Christiane Eiben, who took part to many Axel Breitung projects.
She gave up the project after 2 singles. The reason was she worked so hard for DJ Bobo as a background-singer, dancer and costume-designer (and later as a wife) so she had not the time for another job.
Singer and songwriter Engelina Andrina Larsen grew up in Bornholm singing with her two older sisters. Her father Henning Larsen is a songwriter. She started her carreer singing jazz/soul.
In 1997 she moved from Århus to Copenhagen, where she met producer and disc jockey DJ Encore in 2000 through an employee at Sony/ATV Music Publishing. One of the first songs they worked on together was I See Right Through To You, which was later chosen as the theme song to the first season of the reality television show Big Brother Denmark in 2001.
After an album and 4 singles with DJ Encore, she joined the girl pop trio Sha Li Mar, together with Christina Undhjem (former leadsinger in Youknowwho) and Ida Corr (backing vocals for Gnags among others). The group were part of the band in the 4th season of the prime-time television show Venner for livet (literally "Friends forever") on TV 2 in 2002. They released a self-titled album the same year.
2004 : Engelina wrote and sung on Moth's single Foxy. She also wrote lyrics for Multiple Personalities (Incredible) and Maria Lucia (That's Just Me).
2005 : Engelina wrote and sung on Asle's single Remedy.
2007 : she co-wrote the song Like a Drug, with Cutfather, Jonas Jeberg and Adam Powers for Kylie Minogue's album X.
2006 : she wrote the single Freak for Love for Cara Dove, Jade for Moth, and 2 tracks for Chris Minh Doky album The Nomad Diaries.
2008 . she wrote 4 songs for Ayoe Angelica's album I'm Amazed.
2009 : Engelina recorded a single called Do You Feel, a collaboration with Funkstar Deluxe. She formed a band with 2 other artists.
2010 : Engelina is working on a new single with Poster Child, a pop rock band from New York. She wrote the song Saturday for Basshunter, Do You Feel for Funkstar De Luxe and Why People Dance and My War for Asle.
2011 : Engelina currently lives in Copenhagen. She co-wrote Morten Hampenberg's I Want You (To Want Me Back) and Svenstrup & Vendelboe's Dybt Vand.
2012 : Engelina wrote Medina Lyser i mørke and The Storm's Raver.
Artists and groups featuring Engelina
Asle - Remedy (2005)
DJ Encore - High On Life (2001), I See Right Through To You (2001), Intuition (album) (2001), Walking In The Sky (2001), You've Got A Way (2002)
Moth - Foxy (2004)
Björn Engelmann did recording mastering for the projects E-type, Ace Of Base, Black Jaguar and Goblin.
Thanks to reBeL
German DJ and producer Gottfried Engels was born February 2nd 1949. He used to work as a photographer. During the 70s, he was one of the first DJs in Germany. He used to run club "Neuschwanstein" and during 14 years one of the biggest vinyl-shops in Cologne, Music Man.
He stood behind eurodance projects such as Zhi-Vago and Andrea True, but was more well-known for taking part to trance project Paffendorf and samba project Bellini. He also contributed to BB Inc., BB'S, Crime Club, Funky Town, Hans K., The Object, Paradyze Club, STFU, Supercharger and Tom Tom. In 1997 he founded label Gang Go Music with Louis Spillmann. They were later joined by Piet Blank from Blank & Jones. More recently, Gottfried was CEO of label Tiger Records.
He died on August 22nd 2015.
Artists and groups featuring Engels (Gottfried)
Andrea True - Lovin' You (1995)
Zhi-Vago - Celebrate The Love (1996), Dreamer (1996), Teardrops From Heaven (1997), With Or Without You (1996)
MCMXC a.D. (1990)
1.The Voice Of Enigma, 2.Principles Of Lust, 3.Sadeness, 4.Find Love, 5.Sadeness (Reprise), 6.Callas Went Away, 7.Mea Culpa, 8.The Voice & The Snake, 9.Knocking On Forbidden Doors, 10.Back To The Rivers Of Belief, 11.Way To Eternity, 12.Hallelujah, 13.The Rivers Of Belief,
The Cross Of Changes (1993)
1.Second Chapter, 2.The Eyes Of Truth, 3.Return To Innocence, 4.I Love You... I'll Kill You, 5.Silent Warrior, 6.The Dream Of The Dolphin, 7.Age Of Loneliness (Carly's Song), 8.Out From The Deep, 9.The Cross Of Changes,
Le Roi Est Mort, Vive Le Roi! (1996)
1.Le Roi Est Mort, Vive Le Roi!, 2.Morphing Thru Time, 3.Third Of Its Kind, 4.Beyond The Invisible, 5.Why! ..., 6.Shadows In Silence, 7.The Child In Us, 8.T.N.T. For The Brain, 9.Almost Full Moon, 10.The Roundabout, 11.Prism Of Life, 12.Odyssey Of The Mind,
The Screen Behind The Mirror (1999)
1.The Gate, 2.Push The Limits, 3.Gravity Of Love, 4.Smell Of Desire, 5.Modern Crusaders, 6.Traces (Light And Weight), 7.The Screen Behind The Mirror, 8.Endless Quest, 9.Camera Obscura, 10.Between Mind & Heart, 11.Silence Must Be Heard,
Love Sensuality Devotion (The Remix Collection) (2001)
Love Sensuality Devotion (The Greatest Hits) (2001)
Voyageur (8th Sep 2003)
1.From East To West, 2.Voyageur, 3.Incognito, 4.Page Of Cups, 5.Boum-Boum, 6.Total Eclipse Of The Moon, 7.Look Of Today, 8.In The Shadow, In The Light, 9.Weightless, 10.The Piano, 11.Following The Sun,
15 Years After (2005)
A Posteriori (2006)
1.Eppur Si Muove, 2.Feel Me Heaven, 3.Dreaming Of Andromeda, 4.Dancing With Mephisto, 5.Northern Lights, 6.Invisible Love, 7.Message From IO, 8.Hello And Welcome, 9.20.000 Miles Over The Sea, 10.Sitting On The Moon, 11.The Alchemist, 12.Goodbye Milky Way,
Seven Lives Many Faces (2008)
1.Encounters, 2.Seven Lives, 3.Touchness, 4.The Same Parents, 5.Fata Morgana, 6.Hell's Heaven, 7.La Puerta Del Cielo, 8.Distorted Love, 9.Je T'Aime Till My Dying Day, 10.Déjà Vu, 11.Between Generations, 12.The Language Of Sound,
The Platinum Collection (2009)
Classic Album Selection (2012)
The Enigma Collection (23rd May 2014)
1.Encounters, 2.Seven Lives, 3.Touchness, 4.The Same Parents, 5.Fata Morgana, 6.Hell's Heaven, 7.La Puerta Del Cielo, 8.Distorted Love, 9.Je T'Aime Till My Dying Day, 10.Déjà Vu, 11.Between Generations, 12.The Language Of Sound,
Love Sensuality Devotion: Greatest Hits & Remixes (23rd Sep 2016)
1.The Landing, 2.Turn Around, 3.Gravity Of Love, 4.T.N.T. For The Brain, 5.Modern Crusaders, 6.Shadows In Silence, 7.Return To Innocence, 8.I Love You... I'll Kill You, 9.Principles Of Lust, 10.Sadeness, 11.Silence Must Be Heard, 12.Smell Of Desire, 13.Mea Culpa, 14.Push The Limits, 15.Beyond The Invisible, 16.Age Of Loneliness, 17.Morphing Thru Time, 18.The Cross Of Changes,
The Fall Of A Rebel Angel (11th Nov 2016)
1.Circle eight, 2.The omega point, 3.Diving, 4.The die is cast, 5.Mother, 6.Agnus dei, 7.Sadeness (part II), 8.Lost in nothingness, 9.Oxygen red, 10.Confession of the mind, 11.Absolvo, 12.Amen,
Sadeness Part I (1990)
Principles Of Lust (1990)
Mea Culpa Part II (1990)
The Rivers Of Belief (1990)
Carly's Song (1993)
Return To Innocence (1993)
The Eyes Of Truth (1994)
Out From The Deep (1994)
Age Of Loneliness (1994)
Beyond The Invisible (1996)
T.N.T. For The Brain (1996)
Gravity Of Love (1999)
Push The Limits (2000)
Turn Around (2001)
Silence Must Be Heard (2001)
Following The Sun (2003)
Hello and Welcome (2006)
20.000 Miles Over The Sea (2006)
Eppur Si Muove (2006)
The Same Parents (2008)
La Puerta Del Cielo (2008)
Sadeness (Part II) (10th Oct 2016)
Amen (18th Nov 2016)
Sadeness (Part II) (Oct 2016)
Enigma is a German electronic / new age project formed in 1990 by composer and producer Michael Cretu aka Curly M.C., David Fairstein and Frank Peterson. Sandra often provided vocals.
Their first single Sadeness was a worldwide hit, topping charts everywhere, especially in Germany and France. It created controversy, firstly due to the mix of religious and sexual elements. And later, because the gregorian vocals were used without permission; a lawsuit followed in 1994. Debut album, MCMXC a.D. received over 57 platinum awards worldwide.
In 1993, Michael Cretu was given an offer by producers to compose the full soundtrack of the motion picture Sliver, but he was unable to accept the offer. Instead, he came up with Carly's Song (Age of Loneliness in the album and video releases) and Carly's Loneliness, which were used in the movie and credited in the motion picture soundtrack as well. Sophomore album Cross of Changes was released and it it was also very succesful. Return to Innocence became one of the project's most popular international singles. It sampled vocals of a duet of Amis people singers without their permission. In 1994, song was covered by eurodance projects The Corporation and LaNotte.
1996 saw the release of third album Le Roi est mort, vive le Roi! (French for "The King is dead. Long live the King!").
2000 : new album The Screen Behind the Mirror was out. Gravity of Love and Push the Limits were released as singles from the album.
2001 : a new single called Turn Around was released, together with best of compilations Love Sensuality Devotion: The Greatest Hits and Love Sensuality Devotion: The Remix Collection
2003 : after 2 years of silence, Enigma released their new album Voyageur, showing a major saw a change of direction which surprised the fans.
2005 : a special limited-edition album called Fifteen Years was released, to commemorate the fifteen years of Enigma
2006 : 6th studio album was out on September 26th. It was entitled A Posteriori.
2008 : on September 19th, Enigma's seventh album Seven Lives Many Faces was released worldwide.
2009 : in November, Enigma released a new best of CD compilation : The Platinum Collection. The first CD featured Enigma hits, the second contained remixes and the third was a collection of "lost tracks", musical experiments which never were finalized and released previously. Worldwide release followed in 2010.
2010 : on October 5th, the "Enigma's Social Song" project was launched to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the first album MCMXC a.D.. Enigma fans were asked to submit vocals for a new Enigma song. The final mix of the single named MMX The Social Song was released on 15 December.
2015 : a new album is planned.
Way Up In The Sky (1994)
Let The Kingdom Come (1994)
Running Free (1995)
Enlarge was created by Mal Raceburg and featured a female and a male vocalist. First single Way Up In The Sky was written by Mal Raceburg and released in 1994 under label Main Movement Records. The same year, another single entitled Let The Kingdom Come was out, featuring vocals by Alexa Pirot. Last single was Running Free, released in 1995
Thanks to Gianni
Call My Love (Tututu) (2001)
Call My Love (Tututu) was produced by Alber One Carpani and Marco Parmigiani, written by A. Carpani, M. Parmigiani, M. Marani, R. Arduini and Stefania Aggio (probably also the vocalist). Executive producers were Max Marani and Roby Arduini.
Thanks to Gianni
Don't Go Away (1999)
Don't Go Away featured a solo male vocalist. It appeared on Denis Curman's compilation Europlus vol. 1.
Enterprise Records was an Italian label which was marketed and distributed by Media S.r.l. Label Founder & A/R Manager was Claudio Zennaro, a.k.a. Einstein Doktor Deejay.
Iventi d'Azzuro Labelmania
Entity is a sublabel of Sintetico Music, Italy
Mind Cables (1993)
Label: Extreme Records. Ths single was composed by L. Cesaoroni and I. Drago, arranged and mixed by I. Drago and Lambi, produced by Indeep Studio & Energy Production Srl. It contained samples which were also used in Key Motion's Automatic Love.
Do You Want Me (1995)
Envoy is a project of Stefano Mango, who also contributed to Pan Position, among many other projects. Label : Audience records.
Thanks to Gianni
Life Is A Game (25th Jan 1999)
The Final Countdown (5th Jul 1999)
Satisfaction (7th Feb 2000)
Ecstasy, Don't Take It (19th Feb 2001)
Enyosion was a project of Radikal records. Beatman and Extasy (Don't Take It) were covers of tracks released some years ago by a eurodance project called Saxman.
The Final Countdown was a cover of Europe's hit. There were 6 mixes
on the 12" vinyl single and 3 mixes on the CD Maxi Single. The Final
Countdown was featured on the the compilation Disco Dance Hits 2
Thanks to Vision
People Of The Night (27th Jul 1994)
People Of The Night (1994)
Label : Lupomannaro. Epopea is a project created by Paul Manners. The single was licensed under CNR music in the Netherlands, Hit Plus in Belgium, Flarenasch in France, ZYX in Germany (everytime with a different sleeve). On the ZYX version, credits were mentioned this way : "Born at Byte Studios, Italy. Fondled dressed and guided by Paul Manners. Fed by Jordan D. and Paul Manners. Loved by Max Monti. Married by Alex Badella. Adopted by Poldo. Vocals from the soul of Epopea. Guitars fombraced by Paul Manners".
The following year, a remixes vinyl was released, containing remixes by Alex Natale and the Visnadi bros.
Thanks to reBeL
Szerelemre Születtem (1994)
Voice Of Fortune (1995)
Erica C. was a project produced by Axel Breitung for the Hungarian market. Both singles were released under Record Express.
Voice Of Fortune was in the real Breitung style. The CD maxi included 2 Hungarian versions of the song.
Erica C's single appeared on a video collection DVD which gathered other tracks maybe never released as singles (Good Times, It's All Right, Tiszta őrület, Mr. Hóember, Csak te vagy), as well as songs recorded under various names : Zoltán Erika, E. C. Dance Stars... Maybe one and only person ?
Just Be (1995)
Viva Forever (1998)
Single Just Be was written by Wilko. Vocals were probably done by Sandra Chambers and Emanuela Berti. It was released in 1995 under label Selector.
Next single Viva Forever was a cover of the Spice Girls.
Thanks to Andrew-FK
Call Me (1994)
Keep On Dancin' (Thru The Night) (1995)
Do You Really Want My Love (1995)
The first single Call Me was composed by Music by Michael B., Pomez di Lorenzo and Jay Jay Kaye. Backing vocals were done by Sasha. It was produced by Michael B. and released under Phonogram GmbH in 1994.
The next one, Keep On Dancin' (Thru The Nite) was written by Michael B. and Pomez di Lorenzo. The track 4 was remixed by K.K. Project. It was produced by Michael B. and released under the label Mercury Records in 1995.
The last single Do You Really Want My Love was released the same year. Written by Michael B. and Pomez di Lorenzo, produced by Michael B, it was released under Blow Up. Track 3 was mixed by K.K. Project, track 4 by Interleave
Thanks to reBeL and Alex Capilé
Look In My Eyes (13th Oct 1995)
Another single is mentioned, simply called In My Eyes (maybe it is the same single). It was producer, composaed and written by Mattias Sjölund.
Thanks to reBeL
Say Goodbye (26th Mar 1996)
Eryx London is a singer and songwriter born in Roma. She also spent some time in London, Sheffield and Trieste. She started collaborated with Italian producers Dario Minca, Francesco Contadini, Marco Sartorello and Paolo Altin in the Black Out Studio in Trieste (Italy) in the 90s.
Single Say Goodbye was produced by Marco Sartorello, Tony Catania, Ingo Kays (from Scatman's team). Say Goodbye was written by P. Altin and F. Abrami, vocals by Eryx, composed and arranged by Quasar Team, computer programming by D.Minca. Executive producer was Vincent Messina. It was published under Not Only Music Publ. / BMG Ricordi. A videoclip was shot for the song in Venice. Story of the video was supposed to take place in 1696.
Eryx London is also believed to have done vocals for Shalima's single Don't Let Me Go in 1994, as her name is mentioned in the record's credits ("Special thanks to Eryx and Franz"). She was featured on Basic Emotion's euro-reggae cover of Don't Cry For Me Argentina in 1996.
Eryx performed twice at the prestigious "Beach Bum Festival" in Jesolo (Italy). She also participated twice in the program "Sala Prove" (meaning Rehearsal Room in Italian) on channel Rock TV.
2006 : Eryx recorded a 4 demo songs entirely produced by her, with the collaboration of Simone D'Eusanio (violinist for Antonella Ruggero and Elisa) and Giovanni Vianelli (pianist for Angelo Branduardi). It was spotted by Michael Pergolani and Renato Marengo who invited her in the studios or Radio 1 Rai, dedicating to her many specials of their program "Demo".
2008 : end of the year, she founded a new alternative rock band called HOOSH, a duo with a guitarist-programming-engineering called The Jab. They played live in festivals for Radio Rai 1 and Mei in Faenza Italy, as well as In Orbit Sessions in Slovenia.
2012 : In July, HOOSH published their first (self-titled) album HOOSH. Sound was rock-alternative-punk, and it was entirely self-produced.
2013 : they toured in London in March and once again in August. End of the year, the band split because Eryx moved to London permanently, while the Jab chose to stay in Italy.
More recently, Eryx collaborated with Cosmo Cocktail, a synthwave music producer and DJ from Trieste, Italy. She lives in London, United Kingdom. She sings Indie Rock and Alternative. She recorded songs such as Selfish and Big City which don't seem to have been released officially.
Thanks to Paolo Altin himself and to Andrew-FK
Eryx London on RockIt
Artists and groups featuring Eryx
Basic Emotion - Don't Cry For Me Argentina (1996)
Shalima - Don't Let Me Go (1995)
I Don't Know (1996)
I Don't Know was written by D. Gibson and R. Varig. It included remixes by John Soroka, DJ Insane and Frederique Finesse. Vinyl was released under Escape Records, licensed in Germany under ZYX. The song was featured on the compilation D.J. Mix '97 Volume 1.
Melody To Escape (1994)
Label : Atomic Energy. The single was produced by Lory M. DJ.
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Deeper (26th Sep 1994)
Train Of Thoughts (30th Nov 1994)
Musical Team : P. Newman. Released under Freeze Records. Produced by Tall Paul.
Singles collection 1999-2003 (2017)
1.Anything For Love, 2.Anything For Love (Extended Mix), 3.Anything For Love (Second Unit Mix), 4.Anything For Love (Relab Remix), 5.Say You'll Never Go, 6.Say You'll Never Go (Extended mix), 7.Don't Give Up, 8.Be With You, 9.Be With You (Lucky Boyz Remix), 10.Flower In Snow, 11.Out Of Control, 12.Hold On,
Be With You (2001)
Say You Never Go (2001)
Anything For Love (2002)
Eskimoes was created by Peter Karlsson and singer Cecilia Joelsson. Peter was first introduced to music back in the 60s by his grandfather and musician Elving Bäckmark. As a teenager Peter had mastered several instruments and was playing a wide range of genres with different bands and groups. He also recorded a few eurodance tracks, which were never released...
Be With You was written by Peter Karlsson. Say You Never Go was written by P. Karlsson and C. Joelsson. Anything for Love was #1 on the German dance hit list. They played on most major scenes and clubs in northern and southern Europe.
A collection of their singles, which were only released on Creon Records DJ's Only promo compilations before, was out digitally in 2017 under label The Native North, Peter Karlsson's label.
Thanks to Gianni
Play No Games (1995)
Play No Games featured a solo female vocalist called Laura B. It was produced by ESP, written by Flexter (S. Lombardoni), M. Giannotti, N. Calgari and Tony Carrasco.
Give Me Your Love (1993)
You're So Vain (1993)
Flash In The Night (1994)
Singer, dancer and VJ Eleonora Espago released her first single in 1993. 2 other releases followed. Then she was featured on Wind Sings single In The Summertime / Summer Wind.
Artists and groups featuring Espago (Eleonora)
Wind Sing - In The Summertime / Summer Wind (1994)
Drive Me Crazy (3rd May 1999)
Label : X-energy records. The single included not less than 11 remixes : Easy Dalpe radio edit, UK radio edit, Radio edit, Dindon radio edit, Extended radio mix, Dindon radio mix, Ooh dance mix, Matrix full mix, Original extended mix, Easy Dalpe mix, and a UK extended mix. It featured vocals by Melody Castellari.
Thanks to Klems
A Mirage (1995)
Give Me (1995)
A Mirage was produced, arranged, and sung by Raul Nacher. This song was dedicated to the memory of Paco Cortés. Label : Prodisc.
Raul Nacher also stood behind the projects Ness, Personal Inc, Alkimia and Notre Dame.
Thanks to Gianni
Just 4 you (1987)
Such A Good Good Feeling (1990)
Beethoven (26th Feb 2012)
Rock This Club Down EP (2013)
Born Eskil Jakob Stiernborg, Swedish producer Esquille stood behind eurodance project Dreamland. He also contributed to Soda, Magic Key and Jam Planet
Artists and groups featuring Esquille
Concept Of Sound - Take Me Away (1995)
Dreamland - Anything For U (1995), Can't Get Enough (1996), Get On Up (1994)
Don't Leave Me Now (1999)
Touch The Sky (1999)
My Destiny (2000)
Show Me The Way (2003)
Essential is a project of X. Ten (who also stood behind Speed Limit) and J. Aboro. The singles were produced by Xasqui Ten for Ten Production (BCN). Tracks were written and recorded at Ten Studios BCN.
The first single Don't Leave Me Now featured Alex. Touch The Sky and Goodbye featured Lisa Allison (real name : Alicia Torres). My Destiny featured Roslyn.
Alicia Torres nowadays lives in Barcelona. After Essential, she released 3 solo-singles under her own name Alicia : Open Your Eyes, Super Girl and Tonight. In 1998, she was the vocalist of BB Team project's single Ibiza's Angel. She also collaborated with Spanish DJ Monica X on the song I'm the DJ.
Thanks to Yane the Greek, Sergio and Abelito
I Can't Understand (14th Jan 1994)
This project features a female vocalist and a rapper. The single I Can't Understand was composed and written by Florian Richter and Joe Essono, produced by JRK (Jürgen Ralf Kahle), co-produced by Florian Richter, released under Dance Street in Germany, licensed through Toco International for the Netherlands and Antilles.
Thanks to Tomi and DanceWebSite
Linda Estelle (Linda Roza Blokland), the resonant voice of T-Spoon, was born in Arnhem in the Netherlands on the 23rd of January 1974.She has two sisters, Wendy and Sara. At the age of 16 she began singing in studios. She is blond-haired and 1,70 m tall.
After finishing high school (HAVO) she was employed in an art gallery, while occupying her spare time singing radio jingles and doing vocal studio sessions. Her interest in singing got started at a very young age and it only grew bigger and bigger. She eventually went on to working together with the boys of Arnhemsgewijs and Replay, both two very succesfull Dutch R&B groups. There was one thing that she was certain of and that was that she wanted to end up in the entertainment business.
At the end of 1995 she bumped into Remy de Groot, the manager of T-Spoon. She auditioned for T-Spoon and they must have liked what they saw, because Linda was chosen as their new vocalist. She made her debut on T-Spoon's fifth single See The Light. The song originally didn't contain her voice but only vocals from Shamrock and guest vocalist Johnny Kelvin. Linda's vocals were added on the single-release. Linda could be heard on every song of the album Lexicon of Melody.
Linda admires Withney Houston, Michael Jackson, Taylor Dayne, the Prince. She's also impressed by singers such as Bjork and Alanis Morisette. This shows her broad interest in music.
Linda also enjoys going out to nightclubs. 'The Luxor' in Arnhem and Amsterdam's 'iT' and 'Challenge' night spots are her favourite nocturnal destinations. She also admits to being a bit of a filmbuff. Her favorite actor is Harrison Ford. 'The Mask', 'Single White Female' and 'The Fugitive' are among the films she prefers. Being of Surinam descent it's not a surprise to learn that she loves Surinamian and spicy Mexican food.
She loves animals and has two cats and two dogs at home. Linda is very fond of winter vacations although she freely admits that skiing is not one of her strong points. She still lives in Arnhem with the love of her life, her husband Edmond. And she hopes to stay part of T-Spoon for a very very long time...
2002 : Linda joined Des'ray (of 2 Brothers On The 4th Floor) and Anita Doth (former vocalist of 2 Unlimited) for a a one time project called Divas Of Dance. They will do remakes of old songs, but they will also do hitmixes of their greatest hits in their shows.
2010 : Linda and Shamrock are touring as T-spoon reloaded.
T-spoon Official website
Artists and groups featuring Estelle (Linda)
Sinharaja - Hold On (2010), Losing Grip (2009)
T-Spoon - A Part Of My Life (1995), Delicious (1999), Fly Away (1997), I Want To Be Your Man (1999), See The Light (1995), Sexy Lady (2001), Someone Loves You Honey (1996), T-Spoon (album) (1999), T-Spoon (album) (1999), Ticket To The Tropics (2013)
TTOO - Be Free (2013)
Toprak - Fatale Druk (2006)
I Want (1995)
Spanish singer Esther Sierra recorded the single I Want in 1995. Producer was Pedro Cortés. Label: State Records.
Thanks to Ulysses
Call Me (1996)
Label : Dino. The project features a solo female vocalist. The single was written by Eric Elston/Ronald S, produced By S.M.S. For Hithouse Productions
Thanks to EuroBoy
Bailando was a cover of Paradisio's hit. Vocals were probably done by Maria Capri. Label: House Of Music
Thanks to Andrew-FK
Never Be Lonely (1997)
Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps (2000)
El Ritmo Caliente (2000)
Contigo! (Cha Cha Cha) (2001)
La Playa Del Sol (2001)
Y Sigue Sigue Mas (2004)
Estrella was a eurodance/latin dance project of Graziano Fanelli and Max Castrezzati featuring vocalist Mary Crisci. Label : New Music International
Variety Show (2003)
1.Prelude..., 2.Fame, 3.Dedicated To You, 4.American Boys, 5.Book Of Life, 6.Maybe, 7.Think About The Children, 8.You Got Me Movin', 9.Make You Mine, 10.Gigolo, 11.One More Night, 12.Dancin' With Myself, 13.Squeezetoy, 14.Pictures, 15.Summer In The Street, 16.Gigolo (STG Mix), 17.Dedicated To You (STG Mix), 18.Teddy Bear, 19.You Got Me Movin' (Widelife Radio), 20.You Got Me Movin' (Widelife Mixshow),
The Best of Kim Esty (14th May 2009)
1.Pictures, 2.Summer in the Street, 3.He Doesn't Like Me (Whisper Twins Vs Sbd Remix), 4.Gigolo, 5.Heartbreaker, 6.Takin It Day By Day, 7.Yummy Yummy Yummy, 8.Squeezetoy, 9.Gilligan, 10.Maybe, 11.Dancin With Myself, 12.He Doesn't Like Me (Original Mix), 13.Funky Little Beat, 14.You Got Me Movin, 15.Your Loves Feels Like Dynamite, 16.Make You Mine, 17.Careless Whisper,
Dedicated To You ()
Summer In The Streets ()
Make You Mine ()
Come On (1988)
Funky Little Beat (1993)
Summer In The Street '95 (1995)
I Dream Of Happiness (1995)
Yummy, Yummy, Yummy (1999)
He Doesn't Like Me (28th Apr 2009)
Gilligan (30th Mar 2010)
Kim Esty was born in Toronto. She is the younger of two children born to European parents (Austrian & German). When she was a child, she learned how to play the accordion. Later, during her high school years, she entered numerous contests and productions with the visions of being a singer and a songwriter.
At the age of 16 Kim joined a cover band which performed at high schools and other venues. After 2 years, she left the band to begin creating her own music style with the help of a vocal coach. She composed and recorded several songs. She released Your Love Feels Like Dynamite in 1988. Vince Degiorgio signed her to his own label in 1989. She started working with Barry Harris (Kon Kan - I Beg Your Pardon, Outta Control), Marco Lucianni (Dirty Dancing soundtrack), toured with Kon Kan in the US, and South East, Asia, Singapore, Indonesia, Taipei, Korea, Malaysia.
During the summer of 1993, her third solo single Summer In The Streets that she co-produced with Massimo "Mo" Rosati scored a hit in clubs and pop/dance radio stations. It went #1 in Toronto's Energy 108 charts and stayed there during 5 weeks.
Follow-up was Funky Little Beat, produced by Kim Esty and Barry Harris. Then a '95 version of Summer In The Streets was released. In 1995, came eurodance single I Dream Of Happiness
She also recorded song Two of Hearts, a collaboration with producer Vince "Smash" Digiorgio, a cover of Stacey Q hit. A the single version of this track was planned for release in February 1997 in Germany.
In 1998 she contributed to the Boomtang Boys's single Squeeze Toy. They had remixed the 95 version of her single Summer In The Streets. She also did vocals on 2 other of their album's tracks : Dancin' With Myself and Pictures and joined them on their 1999 Canadian tour.
1999 : following the phenomenal success of Squeezetoy, Kim released Yummy, Yummy, Yummy on the YTV compilation with friend and producer Colin McMillan. She opened up her Squeezetoy Studios. Kim Esty created a new project : the Kartoon Kids, a group of hip and youthful characters and their pets with catchy lyrics and upbeat music geared to 2-7 year olds. She also did vocals for the project.
2003 : A best of entitled Variety Show was released.
2009 : she released The Best Of Kim Esty as well as a brand new single He Doesn't Like Me.
2010 : Kim released the single Gilligan.
Artists and groups featuring Esty (Kim)
The Boomtang Boys - Squeezetoy (1998)
Right Here Waiting (1999)
Right Here Waiting (a cover of Richard Marx) was produced by Max Cassan and Gianni Vitale, arranged and mixed at Music Design studio and Gramvussa Studio.
Thanks to Gianni
You And Me For The Eternity (1995)
Eterna was a project of Francesco Marchetti. You And Me For The Eternity was producer and arranged by Francesco Marchetti at "Ghost Studio" in Garda Lake in Italy. Executive producer was Ricky Persi.
Get What You Want (1996)
Eternal City is a project of X-Energy records. The vinyl of Get What You Want contained 4 different mixes. It was mixed by Nicoromano, produced, mixed and written by Claudio Mangione and Walter Edlingto. The rapper was called Mo, the vocals were done by Tanja K. Alley.
Thanks to reBeL
Hungry Waters (1996)
Eternal Sound was a project of Victor Grafia (Sensity World). Vocals were done by Sensity World vocalist Aina, who was not officially credited.
Thanks to Gianni
Come Together (17th Nov 1995)
Label : Total.
Thanks to reBeL
Label: Bit Music
Thanks to Gianni
My Heaven (1996)
Producer : Franco Diaferia. Label: Synth Records. The single My Heaven was arranged and produced by G. Lo Buono, written by G. Lo Buono and M. Tomaselli, recorded and mixed at Synthesis Studio in Italy. The team thanked R. Fontolan and Chicca.
Thanks to Emperor Absolutus, Gianni and Capitaine
You Got To Fly (1992)
You Take My Body (1995)
You Take My Body was arranged and recorded, mixed and written by Giuseppe Lo Buono and Sergio Olivieri.
I Want Your Love (1994)
Label Italian Style. The vocalist was Laura Piazzai aka Lory L.
Thanks to Dj Marto Aida and Klems
This Is The Night (1994)
Love Me Right (1995)
Eu-Jheene was a group gathering 5 boys, among them Glenn Frey (who would afterwards become a member of the group Touché) and Stylus.
This Is The Night was produced by Mathias Seemann and Stylus, composed and written by Timothy Davis, John Dillard and Stylus. It was recorded at Carry Studio in Bremen, and Das Studio (belonging to Kai Matthiesen from Mr President). It was published under Carry Records, distributed by Da Music.
Thanks to reBeL and DanceWebSite
Tears Of Pain (1994)
The Boy With The Thorn In His Side (1994)
Euphoria was a project created by Oscar Montesinos and Pablo Gil Poveda. Tears Of Pain was released under Lucas Records in 1994. Vinyl included Lágrimas De Dolor, the Spanish version of the song as B-side. Single Alegre was released under Contraseña Records. Single The Boy With The Thorn In His Side featured vocals by Susana Bosquet was was released under label Sotelo Internacional Records.
Project was also featured on Valentino's single Roses Garden.
Thanks to Gianni
Artists and groups featuring Euphoria
Valentino - Roses Garden (1996)
Teach Me How To Live (10th Jul 1993)
Do You Like (25th Apr 1994)
Label : Big Bubbles. The project was created by the same team as Phantom 6 : the very mysterious Force Synthesis and Pulsar Power.
Do You Like featured a female vocalist and a ragga-rapper. A videoclip was shot for the single.
Thanks to reBeL
Don't You Feel It On The Dancefloor (1992)
Kids In America (1994)
I'm Ready (1994)
Euphrasia is a project of Peter Neefs and Carolina Guilini.
Kids In America (Kim Wilde cover) was composed, produced and remixed by Peter Neefs, executive producer was Carolina Guilini. Vocals were done by Barbara De Jonge. It was released under CNR Records.
I'm Ready was produced and recorded by Peter Neefs, executive producer was Carolina Guilini. It was released under Game Records.
Love Me (1997)
Love Me was featured on the Canadian compilation Freestyle Dance Collection Vol. 5
Night And Day (1997)
Eurobeat was a Swedish Eurodance group consisting of Flexx rappers Chris Ljung & Malvern Mandengu, and Flexx producers Johan Lagerlöf and Jan Nordlund (aka Bass Nation). They also contributed to project Elephant & Castle. Radio version of their only single Night and Day was available on compilations '97 Club Dance Best Vol. 1 and Keep On Moving 2.
The Best Of Eurogroove ()
1.Move your Body, 2.Dive to Paradise, 3.It's on you (Scan me), 4.Clock - Whoomp (There It Is), 5.Be happy, 6.The brand new Kind (Always), 7.Rescue me, 8.Boogie Woogie, 9.Take me up, 10.Bananarama - I found Love, 11.Don't keep me hangin' on, 12.Newton - Sky High, 13.The Outhere Brothers - Don't Stop, 14.N-Trance - Set You Free, 15.Let's go, 16.The Windsong,
The Best Of Eurogroove ()
1.Wishing You Were Here, 2.Wishing You Were Here (United Mix), 3.Wishing You Were Here (Gold Mix),
Eurogroove #01 (Japan) (3rd Aug 1994)
1.Scan me (Original Mix) (Feat. Dominique & Einstein), 2.Don't keep me hangin' on (Feat. Dominique), 3.Scan Me (12' Club Mix) (Feat. Dominique & Einstein),
Eurogroove #02 (Japan) (5th Oct 1994)
1.Dive to Paradise (Remix) (Feat. Silvia), 2.Scan me (Cappella Remix) (Feat. Dominique & Einstein), 3.Move your Body Baby (Club Groove Mix) (Feat. Final Touch), 4.Be Happy (Extended Mix) (Feat. Final Touch),
In The Groove (1995)
1.Eurogroove Theme, 2.It's On You (Scan Me), 3.Dive To Paradise, 4.Move Your Body Part 1, 5.Be Happy, 6.Don't Keep Me Hangin' On, 7.Rescue Me, 8.Move Your Body Part 2, 9.Let's Go, 10.Boogie Woogie, 11.Eurogroove Theme Out,
Eurogroove #03 (23rd Feb 1995)
1.Be Happy (Super London Club Mix), 2.Boogie Woogie (Original Mix), 3.Rescue Me (Remix), 4.Move Your Body Baby (Original Mix), 5.The Brand New Kind (Always) (Club Mix), 6.Don't Keep Me Hangin' On (Tribal Mix), 7.The Windsong (Radio Mix), 8.Take Me Up (Ragga Mix), 9.Scan Me (Club Mix), 10.Dive To Paradise (Dive ! Sub-Dub Remix), 11.The Brand New Kind (Always) (Hard House Mix), 12.Rescue Me (Sex Groove),
Eurogroove #04 (23rd Aug 1995)
1.Rescue me (Euro Mix) (Guest Vocal: Dannii Minogue), 2.I found Love (Performed by Banararama), 3.Dive To Paradise (Feat. Silvia),
The Best Of Eurogroove (25th Dec 1995)
1.Move your Body, 2.Dive to Paradise, 3.It's on you (Scan me), 4.Be happy, 5.The brand new Kind (Always), 6.Rescue me, 7.Boogie Woogie, 8.Take me up, 9.I found Love (Bananarama), 10.Don't keep me hangin' on, 11.Let's go, 12.The Windsong,
United Nations Of Remixing (1996)
1.Move Your Body (Hyper Go Go 12' Mix), 2.Dive To Paradise (Anthology Mix By Floor Jam/Marshal Stax), 3.It's On You (Jon Of The Pleased Wimmin Club Mix), 4.It's On You (Hyper Go Go 12' Mix), 5.It's On You (Felix Da Housecat Mix), 6.Move Your Body (Happy Clappers Extended Mix), 7.Move Your Body (Boyz With Pride Extended Mix), 8.Move Your Body (Todd terry Extended Mix), 9.Move Your Body (Checkpoint Charlie Mix By Three Wise Monkeys),
In The Groove (1996)
1.Eurogroove Theme, 2.It's On You (Scan Me), 3.Dive To Paradise, 4.Move Your Body Part 1, 5.Be Happy, 6.Don't Keep Me Hangin' On, 7.Rescue Me, 8.Move Your Body Part 2, 9.Let's Go, 10.Boogie Woogie, 11.Eurogroove Theme Out,
In The Groove (1996)
1.Move Your Body (Hyper Go Go 12'' Mix), 2.Dive To Paradise (Anthology Mix By Floorjam / Marchal Stax), 3.It's On You (Scan Me) (Jon Of The Pleased Wimmin Club Mix), 4.It's On You (Scan Me) (Hyper Gogo 12' Mix), 5.It's On You (Scan Me) (Felix Da Housecat Mix), 6.Move Your Body (Happy Clappers Extended Mix), 7.Move Your Body (Boyz With Pride Extended Mix), 8.Move Your Body (Todd Terry Extended Mix), 9.Move Your Body (CheckPoint Charlie Mix By Three Wise Monkeys), 10.It's On You (Scan Me) (Unknown Remix), 11.Move Your Body (Unknown Remix), 12.Dive To Paradise (Unknown Remix), 13.Move Your Body (Unknown Remix),
In The Groove (1996)
1.Eurogroove Theme, 2.Be Happy, 3.Move Your Body (Fwd Edit), 4.Boogie Woogie, 5.Dive To Paradise (Fwd 7' Edit), 6.It's On You (Scan Me), 7.Let's Go, 8.Don't Keep Me Hangin' On, 9.Rescue Me (Fwd Radio Edit), 10.Move Your Body (Boyz With Pride Mix), 11.Rescue Me (Clock Mix), 12.Dive To Paradise (Fwd 12' Mix), 13.It's On You (Hyper Go Go 12' Mix), 14.Move Your Body (Boyz With Pride 12' Mix), 15.Eurogroove Theme Out,
Take Me Up ()
Scan Me (1994)
Move Your Body Baby (1994)
Don't Keep Me Hangin' On (1994)
Rescue Me (1995)
Boogie Woogie (1995)
Move Your Body (20th May 1995)
Dive To Paradise (5th Aug 1995)
Let's Go (18th Oct 1995)
It's On you (Scan Me) (21st Oct 1995)
Producer/ writer: Tetsuya Komuro and FKB (France, Tony King and Boris) - Mixed
Label Avex UK
The members of the project are 2 men and one girl. The sound is Eurodance, in a style that reminds of Cappella.
The very first singles were released only in Japan. Scan Me was written by Kenzo/Tetsuya Komuro, mixed by Pete & Steve Hammond. Then came Move Your Body Baby, featuring Final Touch, and the same mixers team, released in 1994 too.
The single that started it all in UK was entitled Move Your Body. Released in 1995, it was # 21 in Israel and # 24 in UK. It included a Boyz With Pride 12" Mix, a FKB 12" Mix, and a Hyper Go Go 12" Mix. Then came a remixes CD with a Boyz With Pride mix, a Happy Clappers Club Mix, a Tees Inter Acid Mix (by Todd Terry), and a CheckPoint Charlie mix. It was released under Avex UK.
The follow-up single was Dive To Paradise, released the same year. The female vocalist was called Silvia. The CD single featured a FKB 7" Edit, a FKB 12" Mix, a Boyz With Pride 12" Mix and an Anthology Mix.
It's On You was released in 1995 too, under Avex UK. It was written by Tetsuya Komuro and Kenzo. 5 mixes were included on the CD single : a FKB Edit, a Jon Of The Pleased Wimmin Club Mix, a Hyper Go Go 12" Mix, a Felix Da Housecat Mix and a FKB 12" Mix.
Almost at the same time, a single entitled Let's Go was out in Japan exclusively. It was released under the label Cuting Edge, with 4 different mixes : a Radio Mix, a FKB Club Mix, an Original TV Mix and an Instrumental version.
Eurogroove released their first album In The Groove in 1995. It featured 11 tracks, including all the past and forthcoming singles. Many artists took part to the album : Danii Minogue (on Rescue Me and Boogie Woogie), Dominique (on Don't Keep Me Hangin' On and Scan Me), Einstein (on Scan Me), Final Touch (on Move Your Body Baby and Be Happy), and Silvia (on Dive To Paradise).
At the same time, another album was released in Japan, with a totally different tracklisting and even unreleased tracks. There was also an album entitled Best Of Eurogroove, containing 19 tracks : mainly tracks by Eurogroove but also by other projects such as Clock, N-trance, Newton and Bananarama. There was also a bonus track called Wishing You Were There.
The follow-up Rescue Me featured the voice of Danii Minogue. It was written by Danii Minogue, Jeoy Johnson and Dee Wright, mixed by Pete Hammond & Steve Hammond, released in Japan and in UK as well. The CD single included not less than 6 mixes : starting with a FKB Radio Edit, then a Love To Infinity Radio Edit, a Love To Infinity 12" Mix, a Clock 12" Mix, a FKB Extended Mix, and a Shades All Day Mix.
Then came Boogie Woogie, once again with guest vocals of Danii Minogue. This time, it was released only in Japan. The follow-up was entitled Take Me Up (with Don't Keep Me Hangin On as B-side) but it never went further than a promo vinyl.
Thanks to Shimon O'Hana for the charts positions
Thanks to Eric-X
Listen To The Rain (1997)
Europhoria is a Canadian project which released only one but very brillant eurodance single. The track was featured on a compilation called Tony Monaco's Euro Heaven - Volume 2 from Popular Records. Apparently it was never released as vinyl or CD.
Project featured female vocalist Debbie Fredericks and rapper Rocko T. Bello.
Place 2 Be (1996)
Label : Polydor
Thanks to reBeL
Mil Recuerdos (1996)
Label : Code Music. Mil Recuerdos was arranged and produced by Ivan and Xasqui Ten. Zombie was produced, arranged, programmed and mastered by Elio DePalma. Eva also contributed to projet Piropo.
Thanks to Abelito and Gianni
Artists and groups featuring Eva (2)
Piropo - Our Life Our Nature (1996), The Promise You Made (1997)
Meteor Man (1997)
Label : Contraseña Records. Project was made of vocalist Eva Gómez Ortíz and DJ and composer Nelson Clofent Soler. Single was recorded at Hillbilly Studios in Sagunto (Spain). It was produced and mixed by J. M. Piqueras.
2009 : Eva released a solo single entiteld Codigo De Barras.
Open Your Eyes (1995)
Open Your Eyes was composed and written by S. Dian, mastered by Inzadi, produced by Team Records, recorded and mixed by Sandy Dian and Mr. Christian D.J. Vocals were done by Timea. Label : L'Altro Mondo
The Other Side (25th Feb 2004)
1.Everything I'd Ever Do, 2.By Your Side, 3.Will You Love Me Forever, 4.The Way We Used To Make Love, 5.Ablazed, 6.Will It Ever Be The Same, 7.I Wish I Could Save The World, 8.Do You Want My Love, 9.Don't Wanna Hurt You, 10.Farewell, 11.The Other Side (instrumental), 12.Will You Love Me Forever (SoundFactory Radio Mix), 13.By Your Side (Dance Remix) bonus track, 14.Everything I'd Ever Do (Euro Mix) bonus track,
Under Your Spell (25th Oct 2006)
1.Turn The Lights Down Low, 2.Under Your Spell, 3.Nobody Else Like You, 4.The Moment I Miss You, 5.Dance With Me, 6.Afterglow, 7.Calling For You, 8.Na Na Nee,
Everything I'd Ever Do (2003)
Will You Love Me Forever (Feb 2004)
Under Your Spell (13th Mar 2006)
The Moment I Miss You (21st Jun 2006)
Nobody Else Like You (4th Oct 2006)
Text: Evan, Malin Eriksson and Jonas Sjöström
Evan (real name Pontus Hagberg) was born in Stockholm and grew up in Bollnäs, but is now back in to Solna. As models of music, he has Jim Steinman, Freddie Mercury, Dennis Roussos, Vangelis and Michael Jackson. The 1980's has been an inspire for Under Your Spell and it has taken several years between strophe and refrain for Evan.
Evan was discovered when people on the radio station RIX FM found a demo-CD and realized that they was listening to "perfect" music. The first single Everything I'd Ever Do was released in 2003.
Many of Evan's songs has a sense of movie with undertone of longing and tragedy. On his CDs it's often Evan himself doing all work: he is writning, singing, recordning, mixing and producing.
Evan is already working on his second album
2006 : Evan competed on Saturday 11th March in part 4 of the Swedish Melody Grand Prix in Gothenburg with his song Under Your Spell. He was not selected to represent Sweden at the Eurovision contest.
Thanks to Mikoo
Go To The Top (2001)
Music has always Barbara's passion. Born in the New Jersey (USA), she moved with her family to Florida and started singing gospel and classical. She came to Europe where she started a modelling carreer, then she went back to her first love : music.
In 1993, Barbara Evans contributed to Wildside's single My Body and to B&W's single Hello (duet with Cristina Dori) (label : 21st Century records).
She appeared in a few soaps, such as Miami Vice and As the World Turns. She took part to San Remo festival in 1997 and 1998, and collaborated with various Italian artists such as Paolo Conte, Elisa, Zucchero, Andrea Mingardi, but also international artists such as Mariah Carey and the Blues Brothers. She also recorded jingles for the Fiat Stilo and Citroen.
Teaching herself to play piano and guitar is a real challenge but she has already composed fifteen songs that are now being arranged. She did a cover of Barry White & Love Unlimited's 70's hit I'm So Glad That I'm A Woman and is completing her summer tour promoting the track.
She is described as "solar and gifted with a definite and limpid voice". Her live performances are exuberant and energetic. She always manages to capture and involve her audience, which is typical of someone who is determined and positive.
2001 : Barbara released a solo single entiteld Go To The Top.
2005 : she co-wrote with F. Contadini and recorded the single Saved By The Music under the name House Groovers feat. J&B.
She had also written 2 pop ballads this year. Her first release will be a song called I Can Wait that she had originally written for her 13 year old niece Tiffany Evans who signed with Columbia earlier this year. The track was not accepted by the record company for this young star so Barbara decided to record it herself. It was produced by singer/songwriter/producer Jarvis Evans.
In November Barbara appeared at The "PIPER's Pics" TV. This time she was as nervous as ever singing her very own song I Can Wait in front of a live audience for the very first time. She was called back for the November 26th episode.
2006 : Barbara is performing as a lead vocalist with City Lights, one of the most successful South Florida bands. She's co-producing Eniam, a promising rapper from Miami. She is also collaborating with rapper and producer Traffic from Nashville. Their first RnB ballad has been recorded. She plans to establish her very own record label soon. She also gave her voice for a beer commercial on National TV stations in Italy.
2009 : in May, she contributed to Amadeus Project - Love Is Like The Sun.
Artists and groups featuring Evans (Barbara)
Amadeus Project - Love Is Like The Sun (2009)
B&W - Hello (1993)
B5 - Listen To Your Heartbeat (1994)
Club 23 feat Barbara Evans - Why Do We
Flares - I'm So Glad That I'm A Woman
House Groovers feat. J & B - Saved By The Music (2005)
Karin Di Ponti - Angels
The Bon Bons - The Clapping Song
The Skill - Make Me Happy (1998)
Wildside - My Body (1994)
Prisoner Of Love (17th Mar 1998)
Tango Magic (17th Mar 1998)
Come Into My Life (2003)
Strength To Carry On (Come Into My Life) (Nov 2003)
Tania Evans was born in Edmonton (North of London) of born of Jamaican parents in 1967. She is 1,73 m tall and weights 56 kg. Her parents are named Christian and Sharon. She has a sister called Pauline and a brother named Paul. She began to work as a standardist, then in a McDonald's during 2 years. She followed puericulture courses and loves children. She describes herself as energetic, romantic, with a very artistic temper, sensitive, loyal and generous, but she admits not to be very patient. She believes in God. Cats fascinate her. She likes travelling in order to dicover new cultures and new meals. She likes swimming, walking and painting.
Tania had founded her own band back in 1989 (Empire State), she released a cover of a song initially sung by Diana Ross (her idol) which failed, and also sang backgrounds with Neneh Cherry, Osibisa, James Taylor Quartet and others. Torsten Fenslau noticed her as she was singing in a discotheque in London. That's how she became the female vocalist of Culture Beat from 1993 to 1997, afterwards she tried again to succeed in a solo career. "I felt it was time to move on and I had been with them for almost 4 years and I also needed to express different sides of my music and ability", she remembers.
In 1998, she released a solo single, entitled Prisoner Of Love that she composed herself with Peter Ries. The single included a remix by Hendrick Schimann and Mike Romeo. It was released by Columbia/Sony Music. It reached top 10 of USA Billboard Club Dance chart. She also appeared on the Kosmonova's single Singing In My Mind.
She lives in London, near Kensington.
More recently she recorded some tracks such as Back In My Life (for the German compnay Superflaush), and 2 others very rare : Where Does The World Go and Tango Magic.
She recorded a few tracks with Simon Westbrook (who composed for Gina G and Diana Ross among others). In 2000 she took Olu Yenigba as agent, in London (he also manages the carreers of Shahin Badar and Colin Daley).
In 2002, Tania released a house-style single entitled The Strength To Carry On (Come Into My Life) under Risque label (Capp Company), a song she had written in 1995. An unreleased mix, 2 Step mix, is available on Capp Company website.
2003 : her new single was released as vinyl. It was produced by Doug Laurent.Tania played the role of Aretha Franklin in the musical The Black Heroes Hall of Fame.
2004 : in June, she sung during 6 monthes at the Sheraton Hotel in Bangkok (her repertoire only included reggae, soul and rock, unfortunately for eurodance fans).
2008 : she still lives in London. In an interview, Tania talked about the other jobs she did besides singing : she is into property development and dental nursing. "I spent all of my 20s doing music intensely so I have had a nice long rest and realize that it is my main path and calling in life.", she explained. But she is not against doing the music full time again. "I have been thinking a lot about the fans and my music so I will take a lot more control when I have the entire infrastructure in place and will sell it myself on the net."
In November, she was said to be recording some new music stuff in various styles (soul, blues but also dance music). She was planning a tour across Europe and Russia for 2009 to perform the Culture Beat classics and of course some newer songs.
Tania tours in clubs and 90s festivals with a rapper, singing Culture Beat's hits.
Thanks to Ulrich Valtat and Denis "DJ Hooligan" Zhabkin
Tania Evans fansite at Myspace
Artists and groups featuring Evans (Tania)
Culture Beat - Anything (1993), Crying In the Rain (1996), Got To Get It (1993), Inside Out (album) (1995), Inside Out (1995), Mr Vain (1993), Serenity (album) (1993), Take Me Away (1996), Under Pressure (1997), Walk The Same Line (1997), World in Your Hands (1994)
Evans Tania - Prisoner Of Love (1998)
Kosmonova - Singin' In My Mind (1998)
Monica De Luxe - Can't Let Go (1992)
1.Everybody, 2.Funny Bunny Boy, 3.Moviestar, 4.Blue Sky Black, 5.Get It Up, 6.I Belong To You, 7.Play With Me, 8.All That I Need, 9.Gimme Some Time, 10.Let's Forget About Time, 11.Funny Bunny Boy (Jam & Delgado Special Mix),
1.Everybody, 2.Funny Bunny Boy, 3.Moviestar, 4.Blue Sky Black, 5.Get It Up, 6.I Belong To You, 7.Play With Me, 8.All That I Need, 9.Gimme Some Time, 10.Let's Forget About Time, 11.Be My Baby, 12.Funny Bunny Boy (Jam & Delgado Special Mix),
I Wanna Dance (2000)
1.Oh Mama, 2.Boys From The Land, 3.Come And Get Me, 5.One More Try, 6.You And I, 7.Woodpeckers From Space, 8.When I'm Dancing, 9.El Cielo, 10.My Lover, 11.I Wanna Dance,
Funny Bunny Boy (1998)
Blue Sky Black (1999)
Play With Me (1999)
Produced by Cool Music Sweden
Evelyn (real name : Eva Lindgren) is from Sweden, she lives in Stockholm and she was 24 years old when she started her musical carreer. She worked as a fashion model in Barcelona and has been voted 'Miss Täby' in her homeland. Her musical background ranges from choir singing in school to several live solo performances in the U.S.A where she lived for one year.
Her debut single was Funny Bunny Boy, released in the autumn 98. It has been produced by Johnny Jam and Delgado who were responsible for the megahit Barbie Girl by the Danish band Aqua. The single didn't do as well as it was hoped for in the charts, but it was played quite often in the clubs. The next thing we heard from her was a song called Blue Sky Black, a great song which is not released as a single, but was included on a soundtrack to a swedish film called 'Fucking Åmål'. Her second official single was called Play With Me. The song was about a dildo... and one was offered to the first buyers of the CD-single. The whole thing made some people furious, especially in Norway...
Evelyn's debut CD album, called Partystarter was finally complete, after many months of hard work. Almost all of the songs had been written by Evelyn, together with her producer Mats From. Here is how Evelyn comments the songs of her debut album :
"Everybody : this song starts the album, just because this was the first song that Roy, the label's director, heard. The chorus was very hard, I had to do it again a thousand times (she laughs) ! It gave a partystarter feeling.
Funny Bunny Boy : a song full of humor ! During the recordings, people asked me what my mood was. I replied : "It's Funny Bunny". Mats told me "What a great title !". As soon as I got home, I started working on this idea. 2 months later, the song was completed and it really sounded great !! (This song became her first hit single in Europe)
Movie Star : it's a fast-paced dance track ! The original was a song recorded by Harpo and released in 1976. I just love this pop cover.
Blue Sky Black : the writing and recording of this track were completed in only 2 days, in spite of what this song became my favourite. She was the last song to be added to the album.
Get It Up : the elegant chorus id not fit well, we had a lot of troubles. We finished the recorded after 2 weeks
I Belong To You : it was quite a bothering song at the beginning, since lyrics and melody did not fit together. However, we wanted to complete it, and finally we obtained a Madonna-like chorus. The acoustic guitar sound and the wind noise provide a nice sensation, which makes of this song one of my favourites.
Play With Me : if I listen to this song again, I understand with how much pleasure I finished it. Lyrics are about friendship. One may say that this song personifies the album. I recommend it for happy evenings.
All That I Need : this song changed a lot since the first demo version. Even if it was very powerful at the beginning, it finally became very groovy because of the accumulation of voices. This one must be played very loud !
Give Me Some Time : this is the very first song we wrote together ! It's a special song, not only because it was the first milestone of the album, but also the beginning of our friendship. It was finished faster than expected.
Let's Forget About Time : the lyrics were not written yet, I always hummed it Even if this one was quickly finished, I like the sound and the lyrics.
Be My Baby : Daniel found this song among his oldies as he was working as a DJ. Meanwhile, Mats who was completely drunk shouted : "This will be the next song we'll do !". That's the reason why we did this cover. Anyway, this song had a great feeling, hasn't it ? Otherwise, I wouldn't have finished it...
2000 : Evelyn has just completed another hit-packed album titled I Wanna Dance. Aiming for the charts with songs like Woodpeckers from space, My Lover, Hotpants, Sam Fox And An Orange Rescue, Space Boogie, and of course I Wanna Dance. Just like Partystarter, Evelyn had written most of the songs on the new album.
2001 : Evelyn started working on her third album. The release was planned for the Summer but nothing ever came.
Evelyn's official site at Cool Music Sweden
Thanks to Eric-X, Klems and Régis
Feel The Music (1996)
Feel The Music was written by F. Diaferia and Maurizio Tomaselli, produced and arranged by Giuseppe Lo Buono. Executive Producer was F. Diaferia
Thanks to Gianni
The Look Of Love (1995)
Spanish eurodance act that was produced and mixed by Elio de Palma. It recorded a cover version of ABC The Look Of Love. Label: Blanco y Negro.
Thanks to Ulysses
It's Gonna Be Love (1995)
It's Gonna Be Love was written by Gianlorenzo Tubelli and Marco Franciosa. Label: Reflex Records
Thanks to DJ Marto Aida
When I Dream ()
This very nice eurodance song featured a female vocalist and a rapper. Maybe it was never released officially, not even on a promo compilation.
Label : DUE. Superstar, a nice eurodance track with a strong touch of dream house, featured vocals by Audra J. It was recorded at Pleasure Inc. Studio and mixed at Gallery Studio, arranged by Alessandro Costa, Roberto Nardiello and Andrea Maggio, produced by Andrea Maggio. The team thanked E. Puccini, P. Fontanive, E. Magagnini, M. Cordoni, G. Bennati, C. Silvestri and F. Nicolodi.
Ernie's Adventures (22nd Apr 1994)
I Like What I Like (15th Oct 1994)
Ernie's Adventures was composed by Kai Matthiesen (from Mr President's musical team) and Billy King. Wood mixes 1 & 2 were remixed by DJ Steven Edwards in the UK. Recorded at Das Studio and arranged by K. Matthiesen. Lyrics were written by Neimanas, Cat & B.King. Raps were done by King B, who was also rapper on Mind Control's single Feel The Rhythm. The record was made in Germany by Warner Music
The second single I Like What I Like was released under ZYX, maybe it's the same project, maybe not...
Thanks to Christian DTM NoLimits and Necronomic
Italian Trance & Dance label based in Rome, sublabel of Wax Production
Mira Mi Candor (1995)
I Don't Know (1996)
EVO means Extreme Virtual Orchestra. I Don't Know was originally a song released by Noa. The single was producded and arranged by Giogio Constantini, recorded and mixed at Extreme Studio (Venice - Italy). Vocals were done by Belen Thomas. Concertmaster was Andrew McGill.
Thanks to reBeL
I Believe (1994)
It's My Life (1995)
Runaway (25th Aug 1995)
Arms Of Loren (10th Jun 1996)
Missing You (20th Nov 1997)
Arms Of Loren 2001 (2001)
E'voke featured 2 female vocalists called Marlaine Gordon and Kerry Potter. Kerry and Marlaine attended the Sylvia Young stage school and upon graduating starred in the BBC sitcom "Us girls". Marlaine also played the role of Lydia in Eastenders between 1994 and 1995.
In 1994, they released their first single on the FFRR label, a dance cover version of Stevie Wonder's I Believe (with the B-side It's my life). Although it was not a commercial hit (only reaching number 79 in the charts), it did fairly well in the clubs. The track was produced by Barry Leng and Duncan Hannant who went on to write E'voke's original hits. It's My Life reached # 4 in Israel.
In late 1995, E'voke released the track Runaway under label Ffrreedom/FFRR Records. Single reached #30 in November. The lead remix of the track sounded quite similar in sound to N-Trance's Set you free that had been a massive hit earlier in the year.
In 1996, E'voke scored their biggest commercial and club hit with Arms of Loren. Two mixes, vastly different in sound were created. The Steinway mix, which is still played today in clubs, being the more commercial and the Nip n Tuck mix being the main radio edit. Once again, the song was released on a different record label- Manifesto Records. The song was widely played in clubs and the radio and was touted to become a major hit upon it's release. It reached #25 in August 1996 in the UK, and hit #1 in the UK dance chart.
All was quiet until early 1998 when a new E'voke record was promoted (this time on Pulse8 Records), a dance cover of John Waite's Missing you produced by Barry Leng. However, due to the closing of Pulse8 Records, the song was delayed. Meanwhile, Marlaine Gordon was featured on The Whitehouse's single Ain't No Mountain High Enough. Missing you was eventually picked up by yet another record label : Eternal Records/WEA. However, there proved further delays and despite a "Christmas Version" being commissioned, the track was not released until early 1999. The track was not a hit, missing the Top 100 altogether and E'voke split up.
2000 : Marlaine released the solo single Step Away.
2001 : the head of Inferno Records, who had always believed that Arms of Loren had never reached its real potential, played the track down the phone to DJ Ferry Corsten. Corsten liked the track so much that he created his own remix to the track, basing it on the Nip N Tuck mix from the 1996 release. The remix was picked up by Inferno Records : this was the 6th record label E'voke were signed to. It and planned for release in early 2002. There was a lot of excitement regarding the re-release which had proved to be a big success in clubs. A promo video was shot (which did not feature Marlaine nor Kerry). There was even talk of the girls reuniting to promote the track, although this never happened. However despite all the hype, the track failed to set the charts alight, charting at #31 in January 2002 - six places lower than the original version.
Since then, Kerry has appeared in bit parts in Casualty and the League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse.
2011 : producer Duncan Hannant remixed the single Arms Of Loren.
Thanks to Shimon O'Hana for the charts positions
Thanks to Tavi Meran, Nico and Mikoo for the latest news
Love Destiny (1994)
Label : Soul Xpression. Lyrics were written by Emmanuella Gubinelli (Taleesa), music was composed by Riccardo Ballerini.
I Wanna Be A Star (1995)
This Dutch project featured a rapper called Edison Themen (who was also one of the producers) and a female vocalist called Sabrinah. 2 other members of the project were Clifton Van Windt and Fred Fernandes.
Eccentricity was produced and arranged by Clifton Van Windt, Edison Themen, Fred Fernandes, released under Columns Disc. I Wanna Be A Star was written, produced, arranged and mixed by Clifton Van Windt, Edison Themen and Fred Fernandes, released under Blue Art Records. It announced an album entitled Ex-N-tric on tour, which was probably never released.
Thanks to EurodanceRage and Gianni
Check Out (1991)
Don't You Know (2nd Jun 1994)
Ex-Plain was a project of Luc Rigaux and Patrick Samoy, more famous as the Unity Mixers, who stood behind projects such as Apotheosis and Paradisio, among many others.
Check Out was arranged by Patrick Samoy, written by Patrick Samoy, Luc Rigaux and Hamid Abbouz. It featured backing vocals by Najat and Tommy Jay.
Don't You Know, released 3 years later, featured raps and lyrics by Hamid Abbouz.
Thanks to BroderTuck and Gianni
Get Closer (1994)
The Night (25th Mar 1994)
This project features the voice of Valery D. Valerie Dore was an italo disco project fronted by Monica Stucchi, born on May 28th, 1962 in Monte Carlo (or Milan). Real voice of the first singles were done by Dora Carofiglio. The concept of Excess was releasing eurodance remixes of Valerie Dore's 80s hits.
The single The Night was composed by Nicolosi and Addoms, originally released in 1984. The remixed version was released under Active Music.
Get Closer (the original version was released in 1985) was licensed in France under the label Panic Records/Active Music, producer by Wilko (Sefe's producer).
A single called Deep Sound was released under the name Excess in 1995. Maybe it's the same project, maybe not.
Thanks to reBeL and Alex Capilé
I Wanna Leave U (1995)
I Wanna Leave U featured a solo female vocalist. Recorded at Bungle Studio, it was composed, arranged and mixed Cristiano Zivelli and Guido Zen, mastered By Guido Inzadi. It was released under label Dance "O" Matic, published by Many Edizioni Musicali S.r.l., manufactured and distributed by Discomagic S.p.A.
Thanks to Gianni
Fight Fire With Fire (1996)
Fight Fire With Fire 2007 (2007)
This track was released under the label Easy Beat (Delta Dance). It was produced by Sinclaire, written and composed by Panigada, Leonardi and Harris. The project was made of Clara Moroni and Ronnie Lee.
2007 : Fight Fire With Fire was remixed by Roberta Grana & Fausto V. Guio.
Iventi d'Azzuro Labelmania
Go Go! (1995)
1.Go Go Happy Go, 2.Man On The Round, 3.Holiday, 4.Miracle, 5.Dream On, 6.Tell Me, 7.Sing With Me, 8.Love Is Strange, 9.Na-Na-Na, 10.Memory-Megamix, 11.Sing With Me (Radio Mix), 12.Go Go Happy Go (Radio Mix), 13.Miracle (Radio Mix),
I Want You (1996)
1.I Want You, 2.Natasha Dancing, 3.Subway In New York, 4.Day Dream, 5.King Of The Night, 6.Like In Paradise, 7.Baby Baby, 8.I Give You, 9.Jamie, 10.Do You Understand, 11.Na Kameni, 12.Kamarat, 13.Elan Megamix 96,
We Can Do It (1997)
1.We Can Do It, 2.Say Good Bye, 3.A Keď, 4.Coy Chico, 5.Hey Dady, 6.Love Song, 7.Be With You, 8.Môe Ísť, 9.Dance And Celebrate, 10.Together, 11.Moderní Děvče, 12.Exil Mix,
1.Pohoda, 2.Mám Maly Stan, 3.ZRPS, 4.C'est La Vie, 5.Blondína, 6.Taka Cudná Oslava, 7.Parohy, 8.Let's Go, 9.Sen, 10.Vdaka Ti, 11.Tiffany (Instrumental),
Go, Go Happy Go (1995)
Exil featured the female vocalist Karin Kormutova and the male vocalist and composer Peter Baraník. Their album Go Go! was produced by Jozef Krajčovič. All tracks were arranged and played by Tibor and Roman Jediný. Saxophone was played by Karol Lago. The album included many excellent eurodance tracks, as well as a megamix of 19 covers of 70s and 80s party hits (such as Queen Radio Gaga or Boney M's Rivers Of Babylon).
For the following album I Want You, the team changed a little bit. Karin was replaced by Ivana Kalajová, Miloš Kralovič also joined the team.
Then came the album We Can Do It in 1997 under the label Monitor-EMI.
The last album Pohoda was released in 1998 under the label Musica. The groupe had been renamed Exil Plus.
Thanks to Klems
Don't Tell Me All Your Dreams (8th Jun 1994)
This project features a rapper and a female vocalist. The label was Freaky Records. Female vocals were done by Brenda Hale, male vocals by Roger Sanchez, raps by Dwayne Cewis. It was written By Cewis, Alvarez and Sanchez.
Thanks to David Nivin "Captain DJ"
Ya Uzhe Ne Tvoya (1996)
Exit was a Russian eurodance project featuring a solo female vocalist and a rapper. Ya Uzhe Ne Tvoya (Я Уже Не Твоя, meaning I'm not already yours) was their only single known so far. No relation with Dutch project Exit.
Thanks to Gianni
Exit Way present Trance In Progress (1997)
1.Fantasy, 2.Again, 3.Back For You (First trip), 4.Joy, 5.Asa Rave, 6.My God, 7.Synthology, 8.Psyko, 9.Back For You (Another back), 10.Dati Traccia,
Welcome To The Future (1994)
Back To The Promised Land (5th May 1995)
This Is The Planet (Sep 1995)
Flying In The Space (Dec 1995)
Back To The Promised Land (Oct 1996)
Back For You (1997)
Welcome To The Future (1995)
The project Exit Way was created in November 1994 by Alessandro Jacobone (then employee of one large from Milan software company) and Marco Marsili.
The first single Welcome To The Future had some success in Italy, selling more than 13.000 copies. It entered charts (the Deejay Parade for instance) and was featured on many compilations.
Back To The Promised Land was released under Unknown Label, a sublabel of Klf Music, published under LJS in Italy in 1995, it was a dream house track composed and written by Alessandro Jacobone and Lovercraft, produced by Alessandro Jacobone, Lovercraft and Mauro Cicali
In 1995 they left their records company and went to FMA, under which they released the records This Is The Planet (featuring Manola) and Flying To The Space with the collaboration of Giorgio Prezioso and Clara Moroni. Meanwhile, they contributed to the composition of Sound Creation, the first single of the project The Alternative Creators produced by Prezioso, who was so enthusiastic that he wanted Alexander also on his new single Feel The Rhtyhm.
In 1996 the progressive versions of the two first singles were released under ZYX in Germany, along with other garage/underground versions. End of 1997, the first album Exit Way present Trance In Progress was released, along with the new single Back For You, still under Unknown Label/KLF Music. In the whole, Exit Way releases were licenesed in more than 30 countries.
Thanks to reBeL and grof pl.
Exit Way at MTV.it
Song Cherry featured a female vocalist and a rapper. It was released on Canadian compilation Keep On Dancin Vol. 1 - Wicked Dance Tracks in 1996.
Thanks to Gianni
Can You Imagine (1995)
I Want Your Sex (1996)
I Would Die For Love (2003)
What Is Love (2004)
Project Exotica featured vocalist Josephine Hiebel aka Lian Ross. The single Can You Imagine was written and composed by L. Ricco, Leroy Skeete and Iceman, produced by Team 33, and released by Sony Music Entertainment.
7 years later, Exotica was back with a new single entitled I Would Die For Love.
The Summer Is Magic (a cover of Playahitty's hit) was released by another Exotica project.
Thanks to WebDJs
The Summer Is Magic '95 (1995)
The Summer Is Magic was a cover of Playahitty's hit. It included a B-side entitled Feel The Magic and was produced by the Rapino Brothers. No relationship with other project Exotica.
Before The Night (2nd Sep 1992)
Welcome To The Dance (1993)
Shake Your Body (Jun 1993)
Save Me (1st Nov 1993)
The Sound (1994)
Step By Step (1995)
Dream Of The Night (1996)
Dunga Dunga (1997)
Shake Your Body (1993)
Save Me (1993)
The project is made of Luca Galati, Jimmy Nicoli and Mario Borgonovo. The female vocalists were Julia and Katia. The single Shake Your Body was produced by DV Factory, recorded at AGE studios, mixed and arranged by J. Nicoli and L. Galiati.
The two first singles Before The Night and Shake Your Body became big club hits. Welcome To The Dance unfortunately hadn't the same chance. This was the beginning of the end : the two next singles, Save Me and The Sound (which melody was inspired from Corona's hit The Rhythm Of The Night, and lyrics taken from Class Action Weekend, already covered by various projects such as The Todd Terry Project - Weekend in 1988, Amy-Lou Charles - Weekend and Period - The Heart Break in 1992 ) almost passed unnoticed... Then came Step By Step, a very rare single.
Dream Of The Night was featured on the Japanese compilation Dancemania vol 3. The last single Dunga! Dunga! had been compared to Me & My's Dub I Dub.
Thanks to Florent "v_uba" (Eurohit.Music), EuroBoy, Apho and Alex Capilé
Don't Break My Heart (1995)
This single was released under the label Inner, as well as other projects such as Basic Sight and Tohony B. It was produced by DGM for Pull Music. Additional production and remix were done by First Project. It featured a solo female vocalist, probably Antonella Massaro.
Thanks to Cyber-dance andAndrew-FK
This is the Progressive World (1999)
1.Progressive World, 2.Speed it up, 3.Pan Experience, 4.House is this, 5.Displaced, 6.Irresistibility, 7.Accelerator, 8.Experimental, 9.Critical Level, 10.Roll off, 11.Progression, 12.Get into the Groove, 13.Wet, 14.Progressive World (Original Version), 15.The Sonic,
Experience Of Music (2000)
1.Space Bass, 2.Hardhouse, 3.Pan experience, 4.Irresistibility, 5.Get Into The Groove, 6.The Sonic, 7.Heaven, 8.Displaced, 9.Fly Away,
Enjoy The Shiny Days (7th Dec 2007)
1.Hardhouse (Radio edit), 2.Digital Love (Gregor's Vocal cut), 3.(Do you think it's) Magic? 2.7, 4.Planet Fun (Radio edit), 5.Space Bass (Radio edit), 6.Rebirth Of Tonight (Experience of Music 2007 cut), 7.Digital Love (Experience of Music club mix), 8.(Do you think it's) Magic? (Eurodance radio edit), 9.Shiny Day (No space for grind mix), 10.Hardhouse (Extended mystic mix), 11.Moments of Life (Short cut),
Second Level (21st Jan 2011)
1.Summer Of Freedom (BM radio version), 2.I'm Losing Control (Radio edit), 3.After Spring, 4.Search For Happiness, 5.Summer Dream, 6.Space Cruiser, 7.Digital Love (Spacial Radio edit), 8.I'm Losing Control (Gregor's Break de Beat mix), 9.No Man's Land, 10.Summer Of Freedom (Gregor's Vocal Trance remix), 11.I'm Losing Control (Eurorap edit),
3 (19th Dec 2014)
1.Free Your Soul (let it flow) (Dance Radio Mix), 2.Beach Party (Radio Mix), 3.We Won't Stop (Radio Edit), 4.After Spring (NaXwell Remix), 5.Electrical Madness (Neo Mix), 6.Search For Happiness (Radio Remix), 7.Electrical Madness (Original Club Mix), 8.Free Your Soul (let it flow) (Greg's Club Mix), 9.After Spring (Angleman's Club Mix),
Get On The Floor ! (26th Apr 2019)
1.We Won't Stop 2k18 (TN'T Party Zone Remix), 2.Get on the Floor (a Woman like you) (Radio Mix), 3.Planet Fun 2.0 (Doo Doop Doo Doop), 4.Get on the Floor (a Woman like you) (Quickmix Future House Club Remix), 5.Rock 'n' Roll, 6.Journey of Life (90s Radio Mix), 7.Flux, 8.Eat my Beat, 9.Journey of Life (Bmonde 90s Dance Mix), 10.Free your Soul (let it flow) (Quickmix Remix Edit), 11.Electrical Madness (Jan Player Global Mix Edit), 12.We Won't Stop (Dancefloor Formation Piano Remake), 13.Beach Party (Original Radio Edit),
Best Of Experience Of Music Tunes 2002-2020 (24th Apr 2020)
1.We Won't Stop (2k20 House edit), 2.Free Your Soul (Let It Flow) (Quickmix remix), 3.Journey Of Life (Dancefloor Formation remix), 4.Hardhouse (Radio edit), 5.Rebirth Of Tonight (Experience Of Music remix), 6.Electrical Madness (Radio edit), 7.After Spring (NaXwell remix), 8.I'm Losing Control (Radio edit), 9.Get On The Floor (A Woman Like You) (Quickmix remix), 10.Space Bass 2k20 (Radio edit), 11.Digital Love (Gregor's version),
Progressive World (1998)
Progressive World (2000)
Hardhouse (1st Jul 2002)
Do You Think It's Magic (1st Mar 2003)
Hardhouse Resurrected 04 (2004)
(Do you think it's) Magic? 2.4 (2004)
Shiny Day (20th Oct 2006)
Digital Love (4th May 2007)
(Do you think it's) Magic? 2.7 (5th Oct 2007)
Summer Of Freedom (26th Mar 2010)
I'm Losing Control (22nd Oct 2010)
(Do You Think It's) Magic ? (18th Feb 2011)
Electrical Madness (13th Jan 2012)
Beach Party (20th May 2012)
Mental Confusion (23rd Jul 2012)
After Spring (24th Oct 2012)
We Won't Stop (8th May 2013)
Best-Of Electro EP 2012 - 2013 (24th May 2013)
Free Your Soul (Let It Flow) (31st Oct 2014)
Move it Mommy (14th Nov 2014)
Move it Mommy 2k16 (4th Mar 2016)
Space Bass (12th Aug 2016)
We Won't Stop 2k18 (4th May 2018)
Get On The Floor (A Woman Like You) (3rd Aug 2018)
Journey of Life (3rd May 2019)
Shut The Fuck Up (22nd Nov 2019)
Space Bass 2k20 (31st Jan 2020)
We Won't Stop 2k20 (27th Mar 2020)
Get On The Floor (A Woman Like You) - Remix Edition (28th Sep 2018)
Cologne based and experienced Dance Music producer team is made of Frank Winkelmann & Gregor G. Schydlo. Frank is producer and songwriter. Gregor cares about composing, arrangements and mixing.
1998 : the promo-single Progressive World was released (without vocals).
1999 : the promo-album This is the Progressive World was released
2000 : Diana's voice was used in the single Progressive World.
2001: a dance-pop track called Remember Me, was recorded with Franca Morgano.
2002 : the single Hardhouse featured the voice of Lyane Leigh
2003 : the single (Do you think it's) Magic featured the voice of Lyane Leigh. The Experience Of Music team produced a single for a German artist. Unfortunately it was never released.
2004 : 2 tracks : Hardhouse Resurrected 04 and (Do you think it's) Magic? 2.4 were released
2005 : Experience of Music did 2 remixes for BPM's single No End No Limit. BPM and Experience Of Music are currently working together on a project called Reunion Of Dance.
Frank Winkelmann is planning a new Experience Of Music release for 2006. Experience Of Music did 2 remixes on BPM's last single Catwalk To Heaven.
The track Remember Me feat. Franca Morgano was recorded in a new 2006 version and released on the CD-Compilation The Best Techno Hitz Ever Vol. 2 by Warner Music Singapore - in Germany available at several download stores, too.
On 20th of October occured the international mp3-release of Shiny Day, the new single of Experience of Music after 3 years of silence. The single featured Sue (LOFT's new vocalist).
2007 : the brand new single is entitled Digital Love, its release is planned for May. In October, the single (Do you think it's) Magic? 2.7 was released. The term Experience Of Music is from 8th October 2007 a registered trademark in Germany.
On December 7th, their first album was out as international digital release. It will be entitled Enjoy The Shiny Days.
2009 : after 2 years of silence, Experience Of Music are back with a new voice, Kitty, and new dance tracks. The new single is entitled Summer of Freedom.
2010 : Experience Of Music are planning to release a new album in 2011. Their current single Summer Of Freedom will be featured on a Polish eurodance compilation. The next single will be entitled Im losing Control. Their remix of Shanghai'd Beats' Nite of the Groove was released. They will release their second album at the end of January. It will be entitled Second Level and will include 10 tracks plus a bonus track
2011 : Experience Of Music published a snippet of their future single in collaboration with LOFT rapper Richie Williams. Former General Base frontman MIC did the rap parts for Experience Of Music next single Electrical Madness.
They made two Electro-House mixes for the Dutch Top-act The Shrink Reloaded for the track Beat of Zen 2k12. One of them was published on the 2-CD compilation HouseNation Todays & Future Trax (ZYX Music). The whole single release is published by Sounds United Germany.
2012: Without a doubt the year 2012 was the most successful in experience of music history. Featuring the ex front-man Michael K. from 90'ies top act General Base, their single Electrical Madness was published on more than 20 releases (CDs und digital bundles) on famous record labels like ZYX music etc. and reached the DJShop.de sales charts. The follow up single Beach Party (feat. Richard Williams) was similar successful. And not enough - the two guys released a third single that year called Mental Confusion. Later that year a remix was produced for Hula's new own single I miss U - the one guy of the famous Outhere Brothers. The same month, their new single After Spring was digitally released. It reached entries at Dance-Charts.de and Swiss DJ Charts.
2013: for their new single We Won't Stop they took the main hookline from their European Dance-Charts hit After Spring and completely reproduced a new song called We Won't stop. They featured Lightwarrior a.k.a. Shamrock (ex T-Spoon member) with his incredible rap attax. With LUNA he brought a fantastic lead voice into this track. In May Experience Of Music released their first electro EP with their 3 most recent hit tracks from 2012 - 2013. The release EP comes in 8 versions - including 4 remixes of Electrical Madness as well as remixes of NaXwell for After Spring. I miss U was finally released under DMN Records in July.
2014 : at the end of the year Experience Of Music collaborated with Elyse G. Rogers, who fronted Maxx under the stage name Linda Meek. The single Free Your Soul (Let It Flow) was released on 31 October worldwide on their own label and reached Top 10 in US Masspool Digital Charts. Mid of November the single Move it Mommy featuring The Outhere Brothers was released in 8 versions on ZYX Music Records. On 19th December they released their 3rd studio longplayer 3 with two unreleased mixes.
2015 : The official lyrics video for Move it Mommy was released on YouTube on the ZYX Music channel. The Free your Soul track was remixed by Frank "Quickmix" Hassas and put on the well known Dubstep (5) CD series made by ZYX. Frank did a remix for DJ Pierre Feroldi (Cappella etc.) and his new single Passion. It was released under The Groove Society/SONY Music. In December Frank did an over one-hour-interview on Radio Disco Show broadcasted on HOLA.FM - Radio Fuerteventura.
2016 : Experience Of Music and The Outhere Brothers released a 2k16 version of their single as a 13 remixes package on March 4th.
2017 : successful remixes were done for the 90s dance act Tamo Another Night 2k17 and for DJ Moltenis Cappella cover version of their 1991 hit single Everybody. Cappella founding member Pieradis Rossini also was involved in that release.
Thanks to Frank Winkelmann himself
Artists and groups featuring Experience Of Music
20 Fingers - Fuck Song (2020), Shut The Fuck Up (2020)
Feel My Body (1995)
Blue Monday (1995)
Feel My Body appeared on compilation Australian Techno & Dance Vol.1. This compilation gathered founds that were fowarded to Greenpeace in support of a Nuclear free Pacific. Blue Monday, a happy hardcore cover of New Order, was produced and remixed by Pee Wee Ferris. A videoclicp was shot for this song and it appeared on Australian Rental VHS Release of Little Big League Part 1. Label : Roadshow Music.
Put Me On The Move (1993)
Fade To Grey (1993)
You've Got Me Down (Oct 1993)
I Can Dance And Fall In Love (1994)
I Dream Your Love (1995)
Produced by Franco Diaferia and Roberto (aka Roby) Fontolan
Put Me On The Move was released under the label Big Noise in 1993. Fade To Grey was produced by: R. Fontolan for Sintetico Srl Production. The executive producer was F. Diaferia. It was engineered by William Walker, recorded and mixed at Synthesis Studio, licensed under Boy records in Spain.
I Can Dance And Fall In Love (produced by A.Y. Aulicio and Roby Fontolan) and I Dream Your Love was released under the Over Records label. I Dream Your Love was also released under project name Valley 68
Thanks to Gianni, Nico and grof pl.
This label is owned by the Italian records company Energy Records. Under this label were released the singles of the projects Future City , some of M-System, X-position, Phase III, Inside Out, Gitanica, Q-Base, Ironya, NODS, Advisory, Anima Latina, Safety House, Gener8, Bluebeat, Entropya, Heavy Mental, Jupiter, DJ Chico, Dilemma, Faith, Kiss Of Love, Joy Boys, Groove Corporation...
Baby Cry (31st Mar 1994)
Label : Out records (OUT 3710). The single was produced by Claudio Giarelli and Diego Donati, written by Di Robbio and Sarah Grimaldi.
Thanks to Simone Lacrimi
Moonlight Shadow (1996)
Moonlight Shadow was a cover of Mike Oldfield featuring vocals by Eva Aliaga. It was produced by Javier Pascual Campoy, Manuel Fernandez Benavent. Label: Discoshop Productions