H and M H2 Blond HAD Haddaway Hagen Natascha Hahn Alex Haire Hale Brenda Haman Hamilton Louise Hamlet HAND Hand In Hand For Children Handed Laura Hands Of Belli Hann Lilly Hanna Happiness Happy Hours Happy Ones Happy Project Happymen Harajuku Haris Niki Harmatika Harris Barry Harris Jackie Harris Mark Harris Michael Harris Paul Harris Tina Harrow Den Hartmann Peter Hascakova Barbara Hasma Hassas Frank Havana Hawking Hayden Dwight Haynes Head 2 Head Head Over Heels Heaps Of Time Heart Attack Heartclub HEAT Heatboxx Heaven Heaven and Earth Heavy Mental Hecuba Hedin Nana Hedra Heidi Heitman Isabelle Helixia Hellenbrand Kevin Hemm Patty Hendrickx Sophie Henry Janet Herbie Herceg Boys Hermes IV Hermes Linda Heros Rod Herrera Lorena Hesse Kirstin Hi-Basic Hi-Bias Hi-Q Hiebel Josephine Hietikko Amina High and Mighty High Energy High Power High Radiation High Score High Speed High Spirit High Spirits High State Logic Highland Gal Hillary (2) Hit The Floor Hit'n Run Hit'n'Hide Hit-O-Matic Hithouse Hits Tania Ho-Dads Holiday Up Hollywood Hollywood Extreme Holy Moly Homeboyz Honey C Hooker Tom Hope Horler Natalie Horos Horton Ray Hot 2 Handle Hotline Records House Control House Corporation House Dee House Of Dreams House Of Love House Traffic Housecream Housecut Houseland Houston Erika Houzeboyz HP Baxxter HR Beat HSL Hubo Bosss Hudson Melvin Hugh K Hugo Hugovox Human Nature Human Race Human Rights Humanize Hunga Munga Hunt Lisa Huntington Eddy Hurricane Hustin Jean-Francois Hydra Hydrophobia Hyena Hype HYPE (2) Hype (3) Hype Blast Hyper-Active Hyperlogic Hypermatic Hypn-o-matic Hypnosis Hypnotic Beat HYRA Hysteria Hysterie
Snowline (Good Vibration) (1993)
H&M is a project of Joachim Muno and Udo Niebergall. Snowline was released under ZYX.
Body Talk (19th Sep 1994)
Label : Phonogram/Mercury
Spirit Of The Night (13th Feb 1995)
H.A.D. stands For Human Athletic Dance. The project features the rapper Tony Dyer (aka AD Neal) and the female vocalist Nathalie. The single was composed and arranged by Catalano and James Power, hook texted hy James Power. It was also released under IDP.
Thanks to Magnus "EuroBoy" Svensson
The Album (14th Sep 1993)
1.What Is Love, 2.Life, 3.Yeah, 4.Come Back (Love Has Got A Hold On Me), 5.I Miss You, 6.What Is Love, 7.Stir It Up, 8.Sing About Love, 9.Mama's House, 10.Rock My Heart, 11.Tell Me Where It Hurts, 12.Shout, 13.Life (Everybody Needs Somebody To Love),
The Album 2nd edition (29th Nov 1993)
1.What Is Love, 2.Life (Radio Edit), 3.Yeah, 4.Come Back (Love Has Got A Hold On Me), 5.I Miss You (Radio Edit), 6.What Is Love (Rapino Brothers Mix), 7.Stir It Up, 8.When The Feeling's Gone, 9.Sing About Love, 10.Mama's House, 11.Rock My Heart, 12.Tell Me Where It Hurts, 13.Shout, 14.Life (Album Re-mix),
The Drive (23rd Jun 1995)
1.Fly Away, 2.I Know, 3.Breakaway, 4.Lover Be Thy Name, 5.Waiting For A Better World, 6.Give It Up, 7.Catch A Fire, 8.Desert Prayer, 9.The First Cut is The Deepest, 10.Baby Don't Go, 11.Freedom Is, 12.Another Day Without You,
Let's Do It Now (28th Mar 1998)
1.Let's Do It Now, 2.You're Taking My Heart, 3.Touch, 4.Who Do You Love, 5.What About Me, 6.Satisfaction, 7.Make Me Believe, 8.I'll Do For You, 9.Bring Back My Memories, 10.Don't Cut The Line, 11.I'll Wait For You, 12.Mr President,
All The Best His Greatest Hits (30th Aug 1999)
1.What Is Love (Original 7" Mix), 2.Life (Radio Mix), 3.I Miss You (Radio Edit), 4.Rock My Heart (Radio Mix), 5.Mama's House, 6.Fly Away (Radio Edit), 7.Stir It Up, 8.Who Do You Love (Matrix Radio Edit), 9.Catch A Fire (Radio Edit), 10.What About Me (Radio Version), 11.You're Taking My Heart (DJ Stevie Steve's Radio Edit), 12.Lover Be Thy Name, 13.Come Back (Love Has Got A Hold On Me), 14.Shout (Album Version), 15.What Is Love (Tod Terry's TNT Radio Edit '99), 16.What Is Love (Mosquito Headz Millenium 7" Mix), 17.In The Mix,
My Face (3rd Sep 2001)
1.Bounce, 2.Deep (Radio version), 3.You've Got The Music, 4.Gotta Be, 5.Push Push, 6.Man On The Moon, 7.It's Not Fair, 8.Love Is Blind, 10.Man Of Me, 11.Bit Of Angel, 12.Heaven, 13.Deep (Live version), 14.Miss Joan,
Love Makes (21st May 2002)
1.Miss Joan, 2.You've Got The Music, 3.Gotta Be, 4.Love Makes, 5.It's Not Fair, 6.Deep, 7.Love Is Blind, 8.Show Me Your Dreams, 9.Heaven, 10.Man Of Me, 11.Bit Of Angel, 12.Bounce, 13.Man In The Moon,
What Is Love: The Best of (2004)
1.What Is Love, 2.Life, 3.Tell Me Where It Hurts, 4.Rock My Heart, 5.Mama's House, 6.Stir It Up, 7.Shout, 8.I'll Do For You, 9.Bring Back My Memories, 10.Let's Do It Now (Matrix Radio Edit),
Love Makes (re-release) (6th Sep 2004)
1.Miss Joan, 2.You've Got The Music, 3.Gotta Be, 4.Love Makes, 5.It's Not Fair, 6.Deep, 7.Love Is Blind, 8.Show Me Your Dreams, 9.Heaven, 10.Man Of Me, 11.Bit Of Angel, 12.Bounce, 13.Man In The Moon,
Hit Collection Vol.1 (10th Jan 2005)
1.What Is Love, 2.Sing About Love, 3.Life, 4.I Miss You, 5.Rock My Heart, 6.Give It Up, 7.Come Back, 8.Fly Away, 9.Catch A Fire, 10.Stir It Up, 11.Freedom Is, 12.I'll Do It For You, 13.The First Cut Is The Deepest, 14.Touch, 15.Yeah, 16.Mr. President,
Hit Collection Vol.2 - The Very (10th Jan 2005)
1.Mama's House, 2.Satisfaction, 3.Let's Do It Now, 4.Desert Prayer, 5.Baby Don't Go, 6.Bring Back My Memories, 7.Lover Be Thy Name, 8.I'll Wait For You, 9.Don't Cut The Line, 10.Shout, 11.Make Me Believe, 12.What About Me, 13.Tell Me Where It Hurts, 14.Waiting For A Better World, 15.You're Taking My Heart, 16.Who Do You Love,
Rock My Heart (25th Jan 2005)
1.What Is Love (Mosquito Headz Millenium 7' Remix), 2.Rock My Heart (Extended Mix), 3.Fly Away (Extended Version), 4.over By Thy Name, 5.Another Day Without You, 6.ome Back (Love Has Got A Hold On Me), 7.Yeah, 8.tir It Up, 9.Tell Me Where It Hurts, 10.Mamma's House, 11.Sing About Love, 12.When The Feeling's Gone, 13.The First Cut Is The Deepest, 14.Who Do You Love (Dance Force Remix), 15.Life (Album Remix), 16.Megamix (What Is Love/ Life /I Miss You),
What Is Love (1st Jul 2005)
1.What Is Love, 2.Catch A Fire, 3.Lover Be Thy Name, 4.I Miss You, 5.The First Cut Is The Deepest, 6.Mr. President, 7.Tell Me Where It Hurts, 8.Make Believe, 9.Sing About Love, 10.Another Day Without You, 11.I Know, 12.Don't Cut The Line, 13.Give It Up, 14.Come Back (Love Has Got A Hold On You),
Pop Splits (18th Jul 2005)
1.Spaceman, 2.Catch U If I Can, 3.Missionary Man (feat Della Miles), 4.Shout, 5.Return Her Love, 6.It Was Nice, 7.Lay Your Head, 8.What In The World, 9.Not In My Bed, 10.All I Want Is You, 11.High On You, 12.Fallen Angel,
Gotta Be (4th Nov 2011)
1.Waist Of Time, 2.I'm All You Need, 3.Don't You Wait, 4.Jump Up, 5.Anything, 6.Love For Free, 7.Ella's Eyes, 8.All That's Left, 9.Slave To The Rhythm, 10.China Girl, 11.Heaven, 12.Man Of Me, 13.Show Me Your Dreams, 14.Gotta Be, 15.You've Got The Music, 16.Bounce, 17.Confused, 18.Looking For A Star, 19.All We Need, 20.Black Coffee (Full Mix 24), 21.Love After Love (Full Mix 24),
What Is Love (The Mixes) (29th Nov 2013)
1.What Is Love (Eat-This-Mix), 2.What Is Love (Tour De Trance-Mix), 3.What Is Love (Mosquito Headz - Millennium 7' Remix), 4.What Is Love (7' Mix), 5.What Is Love (12' Mix), 6.What Is Love (Club Mix), 7.What Is Love (Pump Mix '99), 8.What Is Love (Tee's Club Mix By Tod Terry), 9.What Is Love (The Re-Freshmento Extro Mix), 10.What Is Love (Rapino-Brothers-Mix), 11.What Is Love (Tnt's Alt.Radio Edit'99), 12.What Is Love (Lynx & Pico Remix),
What Is Love (The Mixes) (29th Nov 2013)
1.What Is Love (Klaas Radio Edit), 2.What Is Love (Klaas Clubmix), 3.What Is Love (Klaas Impact Mix Edit), 4.What Is Love (Klaas Impact Mix), 5.What Is Love (Bodybangers Remix Edit), 6.What Is Love (Bodybangers Remix), 7.What Is Love (Spinnin Elements Remix Edit), 8.What Is Love (Spinnin Elements Remix), 9.What Is Love (Cansis Remix Edit), 10.What Is Love (Cansis Remix),
The Hit Mixes (29th Nov 2013)
1.Fly Away (Radio Edit), 2.Fly Away (Extended Version), 3.Fly Away (Tinman's Mile High Mix), 4.Fly Away (Sequential One Club House Remix), 5.Fly Away (Side By Side Mix), 6.Fly Away (Maxi-Flight-Remix), 7.Fly Away (Hyper Space Mix), 8.Fly Away (Overworld Dub Mix), 9.Fly Away (Tinman's Smooth Landing), 10.Fly Away (Red City Vocal Mix), 11.Fly Away (Development Corporation Mix),
The Hit Mixes (29th Nov 2013)
1.Life (Mission Control Mix), 2.Life (Bass Bumpers Remix), 3.Life (Radio Edit), 4.Life (12' Mix), 5.Life (Club Life),
The Hit Mixes (29th Nov 2013)
1.Rock My Heart (Radio Mix), 2.Rock My Heart (Extended Mix), 3.Rock My Heart (Trime' n 'Delgado' Remix), 4.Rock My Heart (Genetic Heartbeat-Mix), 5.Rock My Heart (Celebration Mix), 6.Rock My Heart (Trime' n 'Delgado' Club Mix),
The Hit Mixes (29th Nov 2013)
1.Catch a Fire (Catania's Maxi Version), 2.Catch a Fire (House Mix), 3.Catch a Fire (Catania's Radio Edit), 4.Catch a Fire (The Soapy 12' Mix), 5.Catch a Fire (Extended House Mix), 6.Catch a Fire (Tinman Desert Storm Mix), 7.Catch a Fire (Tinmans Nemesis Dub), 8.Catch a Fire, 9.Catch a Fire (Extended Version),
The Hit Mixes (29th Nov 2013)
1.Who Do You Love (Dance-Force-Remix), 2.Who Do You Love (Matrix Radio Edit), 3.Who Do You Love (Missing Radio Edit), 4.Who Do You Love (Full Power Club Mix), 5.Who Do You Love (Who Do You Dub Mix),
The Definitive Greatest Hits (15th Jul 2015)
1.What Is Love (7 inch mix), 2.Rock My Heart (radio mix), 3.Life (radio edit), 4.Catch A Fire (radio edit), 5.Fly Away (radio edit), 6.Don't Cut The Line, 7.I'll Do For You, 8.Satisfaction (Love Don't Come Easy), 9.You're Taking My Heart (original radio edit), 10.Mama's Hous, 11.I Miss You (radio edit), 12.What Is Love (Todd Terry's TNT radio edit), 13.Catch A Fire (house mix), 14.Fly Away (Development Corporation mix), 15.I Know, 16.When The Feeling's Gon, 17.Lover Be Thy Name, 18.Stir It U, 19.What Is Love (Mosquito Headz - Millennium 7 inch remix), 20.Life (Bass Bumpers remix), 21.Rock My Heart (Celebration mix), 22.Who Do You Love (Matrix radio edit), 23.Spaceman (radio mix), 24.The First Cut Is The Deepe, 25.Bring Back My Memories, 26.I Miss You (club mix), 27.Life (album remix), 28.What Is Love (Pump mix '99), 29.You're Taking My Heart (Gordon's Golden extended dance mix), 30.Catch If U Can, 31.Missionary Man (feat Della Miles), 32.What About Me (Haddboys mix), 33.Mr President, 34.Tell Me Where It Hurt, 35.Turn Her Love, 36.I'll Wait For You, 37.Spaceman (Earth mix), 38.Shout, 39.What About Me (radio version), 40.Who Do You Love (Missing radio edit), 41.Klaas Meets Haddaway - 'What Is Love 2K9' (Klaas radio edit), 42.Klaas Meets Haddaway - 'What Is Love 2K9' (Spinnin Elements remix edit), 43.In The Mix,
Waiting For A Better World ()
Another Day Without You ()
What Is Love (18th Jan 1993)
Life (20th Jul 1993)
I Miss You (30th Oct 1993)
When The Feeling's Gone (1994)
Rock My Heart (7th Mar 1994)
Stir It Up (25th Apr 1994)
Fly Away (17th Apr 1995)
Catch A Fire (24th Jul 1995)
Lover Be Thy Name (23rd Oct 1995)
Break Away (1996)
What About Me (1st Aug 1997)
Who Do You Love (12th Jan 1998)
You're Taking My Heart (20th Apr 1998)
What Is Love (The Millenium mixes) (2nd Aug 1999)
Deep (3rd Aug 2001)
Love Makes (4th Mar 2002)
What Is Love 2003 (19th Jun 2003)
Spaceman (Jul 2005)
Missionary Man (2nd Sep 2005)
Follow Me (2007)
I Love The 90s (2008)
What is love 2K9 (2009)
You Gave Me Love (26th Mar 2010)
Up And Up (20th Nov 2012)
What Is Love (1993)
Rock My Heart (1994)
Catch A Fire (1995)
Fly Away (1995)
Musical team : Dee Dee Halligan, Junior Torello. Nestor Alexander Haddaway was born 9th of January 1965 in Tobago, Trinidad (West Indies).
His father is a marine biologist and his mother a nurse. He has lost any contact with his brothers and sisters. The artist grew up in Washington DC, USA (or New York according to a French magazine). He was very shy and stuttered during his childhood. He used to be a fan of the Beatles, Police and Prince, he learns how to sing, to dance, and to play the trumpet and the guitar, before relocating to Cologne, Germany in 1987, to find employment as a singer and dancer. He has a college degree in marketing (previously he began medecine studies in the Chicago University but he gave up after 2 years and a half), his own business career (he is a stylist and a choreograph), his own fashion company (Energy) and until 1994 was completely self-managed. Prior to his chart residencies he was also a professional American footballer for the Cologne Crocodiles.
There he formed a band, Elegato, with keyboard player Alex Trime, before embarking on solo work with the production duo of Dee Dee Halligan and Junior Turello in 1992. Halligan and Turello are also known as Tony Hendrik and Karin Hartmann respectively, and jointly head the Coconut record label. They had previously produced Bad Boys Blue, Chypnotic and the Hollies. Backed by the songwriting and production expertise of Trime, Halligan and Turello, What Is Love, originally written as a ballad, only for his own pleasure, eventually reached # 2 in the UK charts in April 1993, as well as # 2 Israel, # 11 in the US Billboard Hot 100 chart (where it sold Gold), # 1 in Europe, and #1 at MTV Europe. It was covered by Tee Green in 1993 and by St James in 2002. The style was also imitated by plenty of artists, for instance Bobby Ross in his single What About It or Daddy K in his single Voulez-vous Coucher Avec Moi. Licensed to Arista Records from his German home at Coconut Records /Logic Records, Haddaway he scored a huge crossover hit throughout Europe.
Life also earned good chart position a few months later, ensuring Haddaway's status as Europe's most successful solo artist of 1993. It stayed # 1 for 2 weeks in Israel, reached # 6 in UK, # 33 in the US, # 1 in Europe, and # 1at MTV Europe. Haddaway was elected male singer of the year in 1993 in Israel.
His debut album, however, was little more than a roster of fillers sandwiching the hits. It featured the voices of Lisa Noya, Elkie Schlimbach and Rena R. Otta as background. It achieved gold status in France and reached # 8 in the UK charts in November 1993. Haddaway himself, though often compared to the Eurodance fare of 2 Unlimited and Cappella, is a far more sophisticated proposition. In 1994 he again scored significant success with two further singles, I Miss You (a slow, which reached # 7 in Israel, # 7 in UK , and # 3 MTV Europe) and Rock My Heart (which stayed # 1 in Israel for 2 weeks, and reached # 8 in UK, # 6 at MTV Europe) and began his first European tournee. Rock My Heart was covered by the Italian project Orlando.
The second album, The Drive was then released in 1995. The first single to be released was Fly Away, it reached # 4 Israel, # 20 UK, # 12 MTV Europe The follow-up Catch A Fire reached # 4 in Israel, but failed to enter the top 40 in UK. Who Do You Love, released in 1998, was # 26 in Israel.
3 other songs : Breakaway, Waiting For A Better World, and Another Day Without You were at first planned to become singles. They were released as promo, but finally the official release was cancelled.
In 1995 he left Cologne to settle in Monaco (to avoid paying taxes). The clothes he wears are very important for him : he likes dressing cool but smart. He is absolutely athee. He thinks that love will be the main value for the forthcoming century. He presents himself as being patient, tolerant, and having a sens of logic. He only sleeps 5 hours a night. With his girlfriend Marijke (now : Gloria ?) he spends 6 holiday weeks a year in his native country. He loves reading and going out to search for mushrooms. He likes eating spicy food and finds German meals tasteless.
1998 : he released his third album Let's Do It Now. 3 singles were taken from this album : What About Me, Who Do You Love and You're Taking My Heart.
1999 : a Best Of album was released.
2001 : Haddaway is back with a brand new single entitled Deep and an album : My Face containing 13 new tracks, unfortunately with a majority of ballads and too little danceable tracks.
2003 : Haddaway released his new single What Is Love Reloaded under the label Kontor. The vinyl included 3 mixes : a Reloaded mix, a Jens O. hard remix, and a What is club mix. A new album is planned : entitled Overdrive, it will include new version of What Is Love (Reloaded).
2004 : in February Haddaway took part to the German TV program Comeback - Die Grosse Chance. The concept of the show was to select who, among stars who had a huge success during the past years and were now almost forgotten, would have the opportunity to record a new single. In the first broadcast they sung their biggest hit (for Haddaway, it was of course What Is Love). Then, during the following shows, they had to sing a song of different styles, sometimes very far from the style in which they had succeeded. An eliminating vote from a jury and the public ended every show. Among the other competitors, the rapper Coolio, the singers Emilia, CC Catch, Limahl, Chris Norman, the Weather Girls... Even if all his appearances were technically perfect, he was finally eliminated in March after 4 shows. He recorded with all the other artists a single under the name Comeback United Survivor.
2005 : in January, 2 best Of albums were released : Hit Collection Vol.1 and Vol. 2, gathering the main tracks of his previous albums.
Haddaway took part to the UK TV show Hit Me Baby One More Time, based on the same concept than Comeback the previous year. Unfortuntaly, he did not make it to the final.
In July he released another best of album entitled What Is Love, which had approximatively the same tracklisting as Hit Collection Vol.1. Then came a brand new single entitled The Spaceman. Unfortunately if was not eurodance, but a ballad. It contained another slow acoustic song on the B-side entiteld Shout. It entered the German charts. Finally, the brand new album was released on the 18th of July. Entitled Pop-Splits, it contained 12 brand new tracks.
2007 : Rumors tell that Haddaway could be back with a new album, named Crucified, the release date is not yet known. A DVD entitled All The Best | His Greatest Hits & Videos was released.
2008 : What Is Love was chosen for the new Pepsi light ad (with probably a little reference to the movie A Night At The Roxbury as well), broadcasted during the Superbowl 2008. Dr Alban and Haddaway released working together a new single. Entitled I Love The 90's, it was released on May 31st. Female vocals were done by Malin Sundström, from the Caramell project.
2010 : Haddaway now lives in Kitzbühel (Austria). In March, he was back with a new single entitled You Gave Me Love, a pure eurodance track in the What Is Love style, produced by Tony Hendrik.
2012 : Haddaway and The Mad Stuntman (Reel 2 Real) released a collaboration entitled Up And Up. Lynx & Pico did a remix of What Is Love which entered the official Danish sales chart Tracklisten and was nominated for Danish Deejay Awards for best Danish remix of the year.
2013 : Emergency Gate did a heavy metal of What is Love, with Haddaway himself as guest. In August, he was featured on 2 releases of Blutonium Boy : Everything and Wild Wild Baby. In November, 2 mixes collections of Haddaway's greatest hits were released : What Is Love (The Mixes) and The Hit Mixes (in 5 volumes).
2014 : in March, What Is Love was covered by Almighty Showgirls. In April, Haddaway and Loona were featured on Swiss DJs duo Flava and Stevenson's album Quantum Of Dance.
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1989 - 1998
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Artists and groups featuring Haddaway
Blutonium Boy - Everything (2013), Wild Wild Baby (2013)
Emergency Gate - What Is Love (2013)
Oh L'Amour ()
Rockabilly Mädel (1991)
You & You (Jan 1997)
Calling You (Sep 1997)
My Heart Will Go On (Feb 1998)
Sweet La La Love (Jun 2000)
Que Sera (Jan 2001)
Without You (Feb 2002)
Hero (Jul 2002)
Love Keeps Us Together (6th Mar 2003)
You & You (1997)
Natascha was born in Austria in December 1974. Her musical carreer started in 1979 when, as she was only a child, she took part to the TV broadcast Sing Mit, singing a folk-song. Then in 1981 she appeared in another broadcast, together with the Austrian singer Reinhold Bilgeri. Some years passed... and in 1989 Natascha took part to the Rudi-Carrell-Show, (broadcasted in Germany, Austria and Switzerland) where she performed Madonna's hit Like a Prayer.
In 1991 she took part to the preselections for the Eurovision contest. But her song Gebt den Kindern dieser Welt..., composed by former members of the group Joy, was not elected. The same year she released her first single, Rockabilly Mädel, a cover-version of Rockabilly Rebel. But it did not have that much success. Meanwhile, from 1990 to 1994, she worked for Sony, recording background vocals for various productions.
In 1993 she contributed to the song Die jungen Klosterfrauen in the TV show Elf 99. This song was a dance-version of the Grand-prix winner title of folk music An a Wunder hob' i glaubt. It was released as a single afterwards.
In 1996 she took part to the show Teleclubbing, in which she presented the Chippendales and also performed. This same year she signed a contract with the Spanish label Blanco y Negro Music S.A
Her first major breakthrough was You & You, released in 1997. It was written by Joan Enric Garde and Joan Vives, published by Actual Music and released by Quality Records. It reached #2 in the Spanish charts and stayed there several weeks. It was licensed to other countries including the USA, and remixed by producers for record companies, such as Todd Terry's label Warlock Records for worldwide export. This song was aired for a perfume TV-commercial.
The same year she released Calling You, a song that she had co-written. It was nominated best song in the field of "Other musical categories" by SGAE (Society of Authors and Music Publishers) and AIE (Association for Artists) in Spain. Also, it was signed under Sony Music for compilations.
In February 1998 she released a dance-version of the theme song from the motion picture Titanic, My Heart Will Go On. It was #14 in the Spanish charts for two weeks.
The same year her voice was featured by the project Space Airhon Bananas, on the track Crash Boom Bang : she co-wrote the music and the lyrics.
In 1999 she co-wrote the single Just Tell Me Why for Spanish Italodance singer Cassandra. Then in 2000 she co-wrote the singles Rien Ne Va Plus and Doobi Doobi Doo (Don't Be Shy) to the same singer.
The same year, came the track Sweet La La Love, that she co-wrote by F. Galera, R. Herrera, one of her best tracks. It was released under Vale Music and licensed in several countries.
Later she oriented her carreer to eurotrance. She took part to the German project Glow and won the VIVA-Contest 2001 with the song Every Single Day. In 2001 too, she released the single Que Sera in Spain.
2002 : the single Without You was released, still under the label Vale Music in Spain. It reached #13 in the spanish airplay-charts. She co-wrote with Ruben Herrera an album for the Spanish artist Gisela. She also started working on her own first album.
Natascha currently lives in Lustenau in Austria. She is fluent in German, Spanish and English.
2010 : Natascha announced that she was working on a new album, which would be released in 2011. She is also writing songs for other artists. One of her songs was 2nd place in the catagory "Pop" of an international songwriting competition.
Natascha Hagen Official Website
Thanks to Abelito
Artists and groups featuring Hagen (Natascha)
Glow - Every Single Day (2001)
Smart & Smiley - Beauty Of Life (1999)
Space Airhon Bananas - Crash Boom Bang (1998)
German producer Alexander Hahn contributed to projects Zed, Coco and JIL
Artists and groups featuring Hahn (Alex)
Coco - I Had A Dream (1994)
East Beat Syndicate - Love Transmission (1994)
JIL - You Can Find Yourself (1994)
Zed - Teach You 2 Love (1995)
What A Feeling ()
Eye Of The Tiger (1995)
Vocals were done by Sandy Chambers. It was produced by Antonio Summa and Roby Benvenuto.
Pillow Talk (1989)
Hey Mr. Love (1992)
Brenda Hale was born in New York. She covered Snap's hit Mary Had A Little Boy under the name Stax. She was featured by the project Cosmo Crew on the track Show No Shame, along with Eric Singleton. The track was included on their single Back It Up). Then she released a solo single entitled Rain, produced by Salvatore Battiato. Afterwards, she joined the project Beat Production for the single Tell It To My Heart.
Brenda also contributed to Exit's Don't Tell Me All Your Dreams, XL's single I Love Music and to Mariam Dee & Latino Party's - Mister Groove.
Thanks to Apho
Artists and groups featuring Hale (Brenda)
B.A.T. - Super Love (1989)
Beat Production - Tell It To My Heart (1996), The Beat Is My Life (1994)
Cosmo Crew - Show No Shame (1991)
Exit - Don't Tell Me All Your Dreams (1994)
Mariam Dee & Latino Party - Mister Groove, Week Ends (1991)
Mata Hari - Spy In The Name Of Love (1995)
Stax - Mary Had A Little Boy
XL - I Love Music (1990)
Forever Give Me Your Heart (1996)
Forever Give Me Your Heart was released on a vinyl which also included 3 versions of Master G - Dangerous Traks. It was mixed and arranged by Ancelotti and Olindo Angelucci, written by Olindo Angelucci and Pierluca Bertuzzi. Label: Double Side.
Don't Leave Me (11th Aug 1995)
Label : Expanded music. The single Don't Leave Me was composed by G. Tramacere and A. Charles, published under B. Mikulski Publishing, recorded at Studiotracks (Brescia, Italy) and produced by Lawyers and Jurga for BIT Music. The Freak mix was done by Massimo Alberti. Additional production and arrangements were done by G. Tramacere and T. Della Plata. It was licensed under ZYX in Germany.
Thanks to John and Alex
1.Summernight Party, 2.Swedish Fantasy, 3.Hand in Hand, 4.Disco Dancer, 5.Free, 6.Feelin' So High, 7.I Gave You All, 8.Without You, 9.Hamlet, 10.Swedish Fantasy (G-Remix), 11.Feelin' So High (Garage Edit), 12.Summernight Party (Club Trax), 13.Swedish Fantasy (Henry's Special), 14.All Nations All Friends.mp3,
Rock Da Box (1997)
1.Summernight party, 2.Swedish fantasy, 3.Hand in hand, 4.Disco dancer, 5.Free, 6.Feeling so high, 7.Without you, 8.I gave you all, 9.Hamlet, 10.All Nations All Friends, 11.Feelin' So High (Garage Edit), 12.Summernight party (happy summer mix), 13.Hand in hand (Bluebubble mix),
Swedish Fantasy (1997)
Feeling So High (1997)
Hand in Hand (1997)
Disco Dancer (1997)
Summernight Party (18th Jun 1997)
This project features a female vocalist and a rapper. Tracks were composed by Sherif Osman, and lyrics were written by H.B (aka Boudali Hosni). The project was produced by S.Osman , E.Puumalainen , M.Saurio and E.Rislakki. Their record label was Snap Records.
The single Summernight Party was licensed in Denmark under Poul Hansen / Kick Records.
After the album Hamlet was released, one of the members left. The project was renamed New Hamlet. The producer and composer remained Sherif Osman. The new lyricist were A. Bekaj and N. Käcklund.
Thanks to jakeX, Gianni and Eric-X
Hamlet at Serious Eurodance
Pray The Bible (1997)
Pray The Bible was composed and arranged by Massimiliano Troiani, Pino Firmani and Valentine Ducros, p produced by T&F (Frankie Tamburo & Mauro Ferrucci). Bass was played by Ingo Peter Schwartz, guitar was played by Enrico Q. Label : Train! Records
Thanks to Marian Stoica
Children (Apr 1996)
Children Need A Helping Hand (22nd May 1997)
Go Hand In Hand For Christmas Day (Dec 1997)
Children Of The World (23rd Nov 1998)
Future In Your Hand (3rd Dec 2001)
Never Give Up (25th Nov 2002)
This is a collective welfare project gathering DJ Bobo, Captain Jack, Mr President, N'sync and the Backstreet Boys among others.
The first single of this project was released in April 1996 and was called Children. The track featured artists like Culture Beat Noble Savages, Masterboy, Mr President, DJ Bobo, Rednex, Fun Factory, Boyzone, Worlds Apart, Backstreet Boys etc. CD-maxi included Radio Mix, Airplay Mix, Instrumental Version and personal statements of artists. In October of the same year was a concert called Charity where this song was performed. The Charity concert became a tradition.
The single Children Need A Helping Hand was composed and written by Axel Breitung. It was released under EMI. Once again the benefit of the Hand In Hand For Children project went to an association to help children suffering from cancer.
In December 1997 came the follow-up. Go Hand In Hand For Christmas Day was written by Dietmar Kawohl & Peter Bischof-Fallenstein. It features the voices of Bed & Breakfast, Funky Diamonds, Lyte Funkie Ones, Joy Suger & Cream, Lorenza, Amex Love, Sista Sista, 3 Deep, R&B and Michael Evans. The CD included a Radio Version, a Christmas Eve Mix, a Stevie In Wonderland Mix, a Children´s Version - R&B Special, and some personal Xmas messages. This single was re-released in November 9th 1998.
The next single to be released was entitled Children Of The World. It featured Aaron Carter, the Backstreet Boys, ´N SYNC, Mr. President, 4 The Cause, Pappa Bear, DJ Bobo, Sash, Kisha, Sqeezer, 2-4 Family, Andreas, Biber, Daniel Hall, R´N´G, and Gil.It contained a Radio Mix, an Extended version, an Unplugged version and a Sing Along mix.
In December 2001 was released Future In Your Hand. The song featured DJ Bobo, Bosson, DJ’s @work, Mr. President, Band Ohne Namen, Orange Blue Brandon Stone, Bell Book & Candle, Ayman & etc… The single contains a Radio Version, an Urban Radio Version, an Extended Version, a Karaoke Version & Brandon Stone’s song Peace To The World.
In November 2002 was released the single called Never Give Up. It was
performed by DJ Bobo, ATC, Brandon Stone, Bell Book & Candle, Band Ohne
Namen, She'Loe & Isabel. CD-Maxi Included a Radio Edit, an Extended Version
& Instrumental Version.
Thanks to D-man '94, Anton "MC Kasper" Skaletsky and TSPW
Without You (1996)
The single was released under the label Evidence. Producer Max Minoia thanked Alessandro Dell'Olmo, Patrizia G., Stefano Refolo, Nadia "Hunt" Basso, Tony Paoloni, Massimiliano, Manuel and his family.
Thanks to Marian Stoica
74-75 (4th Sep 1995)
This is a great euro cover of The Connels' hit. The project features the voice of Nancy Edwards. The single was produced by Andrea Morando, released in Germany under ZYX and in Italy under Reflex records.
Bang Bang (1997)
I Feel My Heart (1995)
I Feel My Heart was written by Wilko and Maurizio Giannotti. Label: Extrarecord.
Love (11th Jun 1994)
Label : Silykon. Love was written by A. Plebani, A. Douglas Meakin, G. Costantini, recorded by Enrico Plebani and Giorgio Costantini at La Rotonda Studio in Roma, mixed by Fulvio Zafret at Palace Recording Studios in Udine. It was licensed under Prodisc in Spain and Mikonos Records in France
Thanks to reBeL
Shine appeared on Polish compilation Maxi Dance Vol. 6 '96
Dreaming (9th Oct 1995)
Label : Ra.Re
Thanks to reBeL
U Should Be Dancin' (1996)
The project feature a rapper and a female vocalist. The single Time was a very good eurodance track. U Should Be Dancing was a disco cover of the famous Bee Gees hit.
Thanks to Yane The Greek
...Are You Ready (1993)
Love Is You (1996)
Label : Do It Yourself Entertainment. Happymen are Fabrizio Mascheroni, GianLuca Mensi, Max Moroldo and Rossano Prini. ...Are You Ready was eurodance, the follow-up single Love Is You was more happy-hardcore.
Thanks to Steve
Artists and groups featuring Happymen
Gala - Freed From Desire 2003 (2003)
Musical Dance EP ()
Just One Look (1995)
1.Can You Feel The Love Tonight, 2.With One Look, 3.Beauty And The Beast, 4.From A Distance, 5.Colors Of The Wind, 6.I Dreamed A Dream, 7.When You Tell Me That You Love Me, 8.If You Really, Really Love Me, 9.On My Own, 10.I Still Believe, 11.I Will Always Love You, 12.Licence For Lovers, 13.Greatest Love Of All, 14.The Phantom Of The Opera, 15.Harajuku's Theme (Instrumental),
Musical & Disney Gala For Dancing (24th Feb 1998)
1.This Is The Moment, 2.Can You Feel The Love Tonight, 3.With One Look, 4.Beauty And The Beast, 5.I Dreamed A Dream, 6.Someone Like You, 7.Someday, 8.When You Tell Me That You Love Me, 9.Colors Of The Wind, 10.On My Own, 11.I Still Believe, 12.If You Really, Really Love Me,
The Best Of Dance Mixes (16th Sep 2002)
1.To Love You More, 2.Can You Feel The Love Tonight, 3.Colors Of The Wind, 4.Beauty And The Beast, 5.Someday, 6.I Still Believe, 7.Greatest Love Of All, 8.With One Look, 9.I Will Always Love You, 10.On My Own, 11.I Dreamed A Dream, 12.When You Tell Me That You Love Me, 13.One Moment In Time, 14.License For Lovers, 15.From A Distance, 16.If You Really, Really Love Me, 17.Phantom Of The Opera, 18.Memory,
Come Back And Stay (18th Dec 2007)
1.Come Back And Stay, 2.Can You Feel The Love Tonight, 3.With One Look, 4.Beauty And The Beast, 5.I Dreamed A Dream, 6.If You Really, Really Love Me, 7.Stay Forever Mine, 8.Someday, 9.Bright Eyes, 10.When You Tell Me That You Love Me, 11.Be There, 12.Colors Of The Wind, 13.On My Own, 14.To Love You More, 15.I Still Believe, 16.From A Distance, 17.Someone Like You, 18.This Is The Moment,
Trance Symphony (1st Jun 2010)
1.Symphony, 2.Anything But Love, 3.Apologize, 4.Don't Cry Out Loud, 5.I Have A Dream, 6.Evergreen, 7.A Moment Like This, 8.I Dreamed A Dream (2010 Version), 9.Everlasting Love, 10.Can Your Feel The Love Tonight (2010 Version), 11.Bright Eyes (2010 Version), 12.Somewhere Over The Rainbow, 13.Don't Say It's Over, 14.Please Be Mine, 15.Lost Without Your Love, 16.Want To Have You By My Side,
Musical & Soundtrack Favorites For Dancing (26th Nov 2010)
1.Can Your Feel The Love Tonight, 2.With One Look, 3.Beauty And The Beast, 4.I Dreamed A Dream, 5.If You Really, Really Love Me, 6.Someday, 7.When You Tell Me That You Love Me, 8.Colors Of The Wind, 9.On My Own, 10.I Still Believe, 11.From A Distance, 12.Hunchback's Theme,
Phantom Of The Opera (8th May 1992)
Phantom Of The Opera 94 (7th Mar 1994)
On My Own (20th May 1994)
Can You Feel The Love Tonight (10th Nov 1994)
Colors Of The Wind (22nd Aug 1995)
Beauty And The Beast (1996)
Someday (13th Sep 1996)
This Is The Moment (26th Nov 1997)
To Love You More (26th Nov 1999)
Phantom Of The Opera 2000 (4th Dec 2000)
Come Back And Stay (2007)
The concept of the Harajuku project is to release dance versions of well-known ballads from musicals (Les Misérables) and Disney films (Lion King, Beauty And The Beast). These interpretations appealed to the musical God Andrew Lloyd Webber and to the Disney studios because of their sensitive way of converting their hits. The project was named after Harajuku (原宿 "meadow lodging") which is the area around Harajuku Station on the Yamanote Line in the Shibuya ward of Tokyo, Japan.
The project was created by Tony O'Melley & Peter O. Scott. Several vocalists were featured : Stephanie O'Hara appeared on most singles, but there was also Silvia Krüger, Kristina Bach and Natalie Grant (who had released a single called Whitney-Esque in 1993, Memory in 1994, and Licence For Lovers).
Vocals on Phantom Of The Opera (Techno House Remixes) and Phantom Of The Opera (The '94 Remixes) were done by Christine (aka Kristine, Kristina Bach or Kerstin Bräuer). Kristina Bach has recorded several singles and albums. She was born the 7 April, 1962 in Mettman / Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany.
Vocals on On My Own were done by Silvia Krueger (aka Silvia Krüger). Later, vocals were done by Stephanie O'Hara in the other version of the single.
Vocals on Can You Feel The Love Tonight were done by Stephanie O. (aka Stephanie O'Hara or Stefanie Obst).
Vocals on Colors Of The Wind were done by Stephanie O'Hara again.
Vocals on Someday were done by Stephanie O'Hara, and backing vocals were done by Nela Schellhorn.
Vocals on To Love You More were done by Stephanie O'Hara.
Vocals on album Just One Look were done by Kristina Bach, Natalie Grant, and Stephanie O'Hara.
Vocals on album The Best Of Dance Mixes were done by Kristina Bach, Natalie Grant, Stephanie O'Hara, and Silvia Krüger.
Thanks to Abelito
Dreaming A Dream (1997)
1.Dreaming A Dream, 2.Teach Me Tonight, 3.My Heart Belongs To Daddy, 4.They Can't Take That Away From Me, 5.You've Changed, 6.Cheek To Cheek, 7.The Masquerade Is Over, 8.Smile, 9.Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You, 10.I'm A Fool To Want You, 11.What A Little Moonlight Can Do, 12.Who Can I Turn To, 13.His Is The Only Music That Makes Me Dance,
Niki Haris & Friends (2001)
1.Dreaming a Dream, 2.Teach Me Tonight, 3.My Heart Belongs to Daddy, 4.They Can't Take That Away from Me, 5.The Masquerade Is Over, 6.Smile, 7.What a Little Moonlight Can Do, 8.Who Can I Turn To, 9.This Is the Only Music That Makes Me Dance,
1.The Fall, 2.Upper Room, 3.What's It Gonna Be, 4.Love Will Be Around, 5.Spanish Harlem (Latin Groove), 6.Ain't That The Way, 7.Some Day, 8.Do You Love As Good As You Look, 9.Total Love, 10.Throw It Away,
The Beginning... (2002)
1.Just A Closer Walk, 2.God's The Best Thing, 3.Lord Don't Move The Mountain, 4.To God Be The Glory (The Tribute), 5.We Adore Thee, 6.Someone Needs A Prayer, 7.My Faith In You, 8.Blessed Assurance, 9.You've Got A Friend / Precious Lord, 10.Reprise (Closer Walk),
Live In Switzerland (2002)
1.Time After Time, 2.Too Marvelous For Words, 3.Old Fashioned, 4.The Very Thought Of You, 5.Something's Gotta Give, 6.My Romance, 7.The Lady's In Love, 8.The Birth Of The Blues, 9.Gonna Laugh You Right Out Of My Life, 10.Throw It Away, 11.I Wish You Love, 12.Here's To Life,
1.Cheek to Cheek, 2.Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You, 3.Get Outta Town, 4.For a While, 5.This Can't Be Love, 6.Guess Who I Saw Today, 7.Fly Me To The Moon, 8.I'm a Fool To Want You, 9.Down Home Blues, 10.I Love to Be Here with You,
Total Love (2001)
Rain (13th May 2016)
Two Friends (27th Oct 2017)
Daughter of Grammy nominated jazz pianist Gene Harris, Niki was born April 17, 1962. She grew up in Middle America, Benton Harbor, Michigan. She was college educated in Southern California. Niki then pursued her singing career in the usual amusement parks and clubs in the California area
She is mostly known for being one of Madonna's vocalists. She also worked with names such as Ray Charles, David Sanborn, Patrice Rushen, Michael Sembello, Leann Rimes, Michelle Branch, Santana, Kylie Minogue, Luther Vandross, All Saints, Wilton Felder of the Jazz Crusaders, Stanley Turrentine, the Righteous Bros., Julian Lennon, Anita Baker, Mick Jagger, Whitney Houston. She also contributed to the soundtracks of "Corrina Corrina", "The Big Green", "Coyote Ugly", and Disney's "Anastasia". She also recorded on her own (albums Dreaming A Dream in 1997, The Beginning... in 2002), and contributed to the projects Snap! (on the singles Exterminate and Do You See The Light) and Natural Selection. Niki also regularly tours with her father.
Niki is also a choreographer : after choreographing the MTV Awards for Madonna, Niki helped stage scenes for Sharon Stone in "Basic Instinct" as well as choreographing for the television series "Melrose Place". Her actress carreer include lead appearances in Madonna's "Truth or Dare" and featured artist on the HBO special "Sandra After Dark" as well a roles in Al Pacino & Robert DeNiro's "Heat". Niki has also recorded multiple television themes as well as co-writing and performing 2 new songs for the Fox series "Dark Angel".
Artists and groups featuring Haris (Niki)
Donna De Lory - Be the Change (2016)
Jellybean - What's It Gonna Be (1990)
Natural Selection - Do Anything (1991)
Snap - Do You See The Light (1993), Exterminate (1993)
The Perry Twins - Bad, Bad Boy (2009)
Feel It ()
The Wailin EP (1996)
Filter Queen EP (25th Feb 1997)
Funk Like Dat (Apr 1997)
Why'd Ya Let Her (9th Feb 1998)
Dive In The Pool (2000)
Beg For It (2000)
Based in Toronto (Canada), the DJ, producer, songwriter and artist Barry Harris started DJing in 1983 on his college radio with the intention that it would lead him to remixing. Actually it didn't and he got frustrated, so frustrated about it that by 1988 he said "screw it then... I'll make my own record". This is how he created the project Kon Kan (a twist on the phrase "Can Con" (Canadian Content) which is the rule that forces Canadian radio station to play 30% Canadian music). That first record was I Beg Your Pardon. By 1989 it went top 15 on Billboard in America and top 5 around the world. He teamed up with the vocalist Kevin Wynne who contributed to the project's album, then left in 1989.
He was co-producer of many Eurodance projects such as Outta Control (with Rachid Wehbi and Kimberley Wetmore) or E-Magine (still with Kimberley Wetmore) and artists like Engelbert Humperdink. He also remixed Ondina's singles. Between 1993 and 1995 Barry Harris also released singles under the name Top Kat (with Terry Kelly). Their single Feel Cool charted well on Billboard's Hot Dance Music Club Play chart. Then he created the project Killer Bunnies with Rachid Wehbi and the vocalist Simone Denny.
In 1998 he moved to Los Angeles. Under the name of Thunderpuss, he produced or remixed tracks with Chris Cox (chairman of the independant label Interhit Records) for Whitney Houston, Amber, Britney Spears, Abigail, Billie Myers, The Tamperer, Duke, Madonna, Donna Summer, Giorgio Moroder and many more. Thunderpuss also released their own chart hits : a cover version of I Just Want To Be Your Everything featuring Thea Austin (released fall of 1997), Godzilla (released in May 19th, 1998) and Heroes (June 4th, 1998). The name of the project has its own history : "Chris's wife came up with Erotic Thunderpuss. I thought it was too pornographic, so Chris suggested Thunderpuss. At the time I said well how about Thunderpuss 2000, it sounds a little fun and cartoonish and besides... remixers only get about 3 years to be popular (if they should be so lucky to become popular in the first place!). So we agreed on Thunderpuss 2000. Well much to our surprise we were still hot by the end of 2000. I really didn't want to have an old name... like who would care about Thunderpuss '98... so we just started to drop the 2000 by fall of that year" Barry explains. In only five years , Thunderpuss remixes scored 31 #1's on Billboard's Hot Dance Music Club Play Chart and several more on the Maxi-Singles Sales Chart
With the underground solo-singles Wailin, Filter Queen and Why'd Ya Let Her Barry Harris proves to be a multi-talented dance music producer, remixer, and artist. Why'd Ya Let Her is the follow-up to last years Billboard Top 40 Dance Chart hit Funk Like Dat, which set dance floors on fire in the Spring of 1997.
2000 : Barry Harris released a solo single entitled Dive In The Pool, featuring he vocals of Pepper Mashay (who had also done vocals for the project Acapulco Heat).
2003 : Thunderpuss split in September 2003 to pursue solo projects. "Thunderpuss had just run its course," he said. "I wanted to do other things. I felt it was time for another chapter.". Barry Harris was chosen to be Junior Vasquez’s first guest DJ at Sound Factory's spanking-new Raw party in December. He does a weekly mix show on XM Satellite Radio every Saturday at midnight.
Barry remixed the theme song for the hit show Queer Eye For The Straight Guy entitled All Things.
2005 : Barry Harris remixed To Sir With Love by Chaka Khan in March.
Barry Harris says David Bowie is his biggest idol of all times. Barry has always been a music fanatic all his life in one way or another. Outside of remixing and DJing, he plays guitar, bass and piano
Not to be confused with the jazz artist of the same name.
Remixes and productions as Thunderpuss
Aaliyah - Got To Give It Up
Abigail - If It Don't Fit, Let The Joy Rise
Amber - Above The Clouds, Sexual (Li Da Di), Need To Be Naked, Taste The Tears
Anastacia - Love Is A Crime, Boom
Ayumi Hamasaki - Surreal, Trauma
Ann Nesby - Lovin Is Really My Game (as Thunderpuss)
Backstreet Boys - The Call
Billie Meyers - Kiss The Rain
Boa - Amazing Kiss
Bob Sinclar - Freedom
Boomkat - The Wreckoning, What U Do 2 Me
Brian McKnight - Still
Britney Spears - Don't Let Me Be The Last To Know, I'm A Slave 4 U, I'm Not A Girl, Not Yet A Woman, Sometimes
Celine Dion - I Want You To Need Me
Cher - Song For The Lonely
Christina Aguilera - I Turn To You, The Christmas Song, What A Girl Wants, Lady Marmalade
Donna Summer - Love Is A Healer
Enrique Iglesias - Be With You, Escape, Hero
Gloria Estefan - Out Of Nowhere
Janet Jackson - All For You
Jennifer Holiday - Think It Over, A Woman's Got The Power, Alive, Feelin' So Good, Play
Loleatta Holloway - Share My Joyn
Leann Rimes - Can't Fight The Moonlight, Tic Toc
Madonna - Die Another Day, Don't Tell Me, Thunderpuss GHV2 Megamix, What It Feels Like For A Girl
Mary J Blige - Rainy Dayz, No More Drama
Mirwais - Disco Science re-mix with Giorgio Morodor
Shakira - Underneath Your Clothes, Ready For The Good Times
Sonique - Love Is On Our Side, Sky,Your Love Washes Away
Tamia - Stranger In My House
Taylor Dayne - Naked Without You
Whitney Houston - It's Not Right, But It's Okay, My Love Is Your Love, Try It On My Own, Whatchulookinat, Same Script, Different Cast
Artists and groups featuring Harris (Barry)
Outta Control - One of Us (1997)
Real name : Jacqeline Arlissa Harris. She was born in Pittsburgh.
Jackie Harris is Turbo B's cousin. In 1989 she bumped into him at a concert when she was working for Moses P. After that, she became vocalist for Snap. She appeared on their very first hit The Power. She left the group in 1991, being replaced by Penny Ford.
She also contributed to the project Security, along with her sister Tina and Liza Da Costa (Captain Jack's female vocalist). Tina also did vocals on Public Art's first single.
Thanks to Nico
Artists and groups featuring Harris (Jackie)
Public Art - I Wanna Feel The Music (1993)
Security - I Can Make You Dance (1994)
Snap - The Power (1989)
The American rapper Mark Harris is also know under the pseudonym of The Infinit One. He was rapper for many German eurodance projects.
He took part to the Masterjam project under his real name, appearing on Rhythm's In Your Mind and I Wanna Know. He replaced Ian Carma as rapper for the project Future Beat, his voice could be heard on the tracks Dance To The Rhythm, The Only One, For Your Love, X-Tasy (LP - mix), and Destiny (only the Remix single : Maxi Remix, Remix Edit and Radio Remix).
1994 was a very busy year for Mark, since he was also featured by Megatronic for the single Into The Fire and by Project P for the single I Give You All My Love. He even visited JAP Davis's singles Walking On Air and Black & White.
The next year, he appeared on Riverside People - Fantasy Dancing (along with Kid Lotus) and Space Misson - Red Martian (along with the vocalist Tina Safrany, with whom he had already worked as a member of Megatronic and Project P).
Thanks to Necronomic
Artists and groups featuring Harris (Mark)
Masterjam - I Wanna Know (1995)
Megatronic - Into The Fire (1994)
Project P - I Give You All My Love (1994)
Space Mission - Red Martian (1995)
American rapper, choreographer and dancer Michael E. Harris aka "The Juice" was born in Detroit (Michigan) in 1970. He's been in the dancing business since the age of 14. He came come from the US to Germany in 1994 as a GI, and worked in the kitchens. Then he met producer Norbert Reichart. He used to perform in groups called Cosmic Breakers and Fendis Five. Then he became Imperio's rapper, contributing to the first album. Afterwards, he left the project. He is said to have taken part to technical work on U2's single Last Night On Earth in 1997
He founded Juice Productions.
2005 : he worked as an engineer assistant on Switchfoot's album Nothing Is Sound.
2008 : he did additional engineering and producing on Wires On Fire's single Annie Carr / Mask.
2010 : he lives in Altanta (Georgia) and founded LKHYYM Group, a company dedicated to promote alcaline water machines. He also gives dance classes at Little 5Points Community Center.
Artists and groups featuring Harris (Michael)
Decadance - Latin Lover (1994)
Imperio - Nostra Culpa (1995), Quo Vadis (1995), Veni Vidi Vici (1994)
Music Of Your Mind (1994)
Shine On Me (1994)
Love Song (5th Jun 1996)
The song Shine On Me was released in 1994 in Italy (DJ Movement records), and in 1995 in France under the label Ramdam Factory. It was produced and mixed by P. Rossini, arranged by P. Rossini, G. Fanelli and A. Carino.
Music Of Your Mind was written and arranged by Graziano Fanelli, Marco Rizzi and Pier Rossini, mixed by Marco Rizzi and Pier Rossini, produced by Pier Rossini. On the sleeve one could real Paul Harrys, but since it's almost the same musical team as the previous single... One can guess it's only a mistyping. It was licensed under Atomic Energy Records in Italy and Dance Street Records in Germany.
Thanks to Dj Marto Aida
I Must Not Be Kinky (1991)
Everything's Gonna Be Alright (as Sweetbox) (1998)
Love Makes The World Go Round (2003)
1.Ohh Baby, 2.Crush On You, 3.Who's That Guy, 4.I Feel You Feeling Me, 5.Apartment 424, 6.Falling 4 U, 7.Do You Love Me, 8.Can I Be Your Sunshine, 9.My First Love, 10.On My Mind (feat Kevin Tyson), 11.Love Makes The World Go Round, 12.Do You Really Want To Hurt Me, 13.I'll Do 4 U (feat Kevin Tyson), 14.Still-In-Love (feat Damon Elliot), 15.I Tried, 16.Ooh Baby (Royal Philharmonic Symphony orchestra mix), 17.Do You Really Want To Hurt Me (Classic mix), 18.Crush On You (Buckhead bangers mix), 19.Who's That Guy' (Raw flava remix),
Tina Harris who got her start in the music industry as a dancer for Snap, while her sister Jackie was vocalist, and her cousin Turbo B was rapper. In the middle of the 90s she was working in the various groups as rapper.
She also contributed to the project Security, along with her sister Jackie and Liza Da Costa (Captain Jack's female vocalist). Tina also did vocals on Public Art's first single. B.O.Y. is Jackie and Tina Harris.
The year 1998 saw the first introduction of Tina Harris to the world as Sweetbox, a project of Paramusic records. As the front person of the project, she wrote all 11 tracks on the multi platinum selling album (Everything's Gonna Be Alright). The Sweetbox album was released in more than 45 countries and sold more than 5 million albums/singles worldwide and received numerous awards and accolades.
Tina left Sweetbox, being replaced by Jade Villalon.
In May 2003 Tina wrote, arranged and produced a solo album called Love Makes The World Go Round, released under her own name.
She took part to the projects:
Cutoff - Move (La La La) (under pseudonym B.O.Y)
Dancefloor Syndroma - Power Of Luv, Can't You See, Brand New Way (under pseudonym Juicy)
Public Art - I Wanna Feel The Music (under pseudonym B.O.Y)
Up-rising feat Tina Harris - Hands To Heaven (And Pray)
Security - I Can Make You Dance
The Element feat. Tina Harris - All I See Is The Future (1998)
ZZ Music - Stay In Love
Thanks to Necronomic
Tina Harris Official website
Artists and groups featuring Harris (Tina)
Public Art - I Wanna Feel The Music (1993)
Security - I Can Make You Dance (1994)
ZZ Music - Stay In Love (1994)
1.Bad Boy, 2.Overpower, 3.Future Brain, 4.Make Ends Meet, 5.Mad Desire, 6.Charleston, 7.Feedback, 8.Jade (I Wanna Be There), 9.Broken Radio,
Day By day (1987)
1.Day by day, 2.Don´t Break My Heart, 3.Catch The Fox (Caccia Alla Volpe), 4.Don´t Forget (To Buy This Record), 5.Dangerous, 6.Tell Me Why, 7.Energy Rain, 8.Hold On Tight, 9.High Dee Ho,
1.You Have A Way, 2.Lies, 3.My Time, 4.Waiting For The Sun, 5.Bring Me To Life, 6.We Need To Be Together, 7.I Wanna Go, 8.I Love The Night, 9.Born To Love (Dance Version), 10.Thank you D,
The Best of Den Harrow (1989)
1.Holiday Night, 2.I Wanna Go, 3.Lies, 4.Charleston, 5.Bad Boy, 6.Energy Rain, 7.Don´t Break My Heart, 8.My Time, 9.Catch The Fox (Caccia Alla Volpe), 10.Day By Day, 11.Future Brain, 12.Thank You D, 13.Mad Desire,
Maxi Greatest Hits (1991)
1.To Meet Me (12" version), 2.A Taste Of love (12" version), 3.Future Brain (US remix), 4.Bad Boy (12" version), 5.Don´t Break My Heart (12" version), 6.Broken Radio (remix), 7.Re-Catch The Fox (Remix), 8.I Wanna Go (album verision), 9.Holiday Night (12" version), 10.I Love The Night, 11.Dangerous, 12.Make Ends Meet (from 12" Bad Boy 1985), 13.Groove Don´t Break My Heart,
I, Den (1996)
1.I Feel You, 2.The Universe Of Love, 3.Don´t Break My Heart, 4.A Taste Of Love, 5.Future Brain, 6.Mad Desire, 7.Take Me, 8.Tomorrow Is Another Day, 9.Catch The Fox, 10.Bad Boy, 11.A Taste Of Love (remix ´97), 12.The Universe Of Love (Extended mix), 13.I Feel You (Extended mix),
Back From The Future (1999)
1.Italian Megamix, 2.Don´t Break My Heart, 3.Mad Desire, 4.Bad Boy, 5.Future Brain, 6.Catch The Fox, 7.Charleston, 8.European Megamix, 9.Let Me Go, 10.Go Away, 11.The Ones, 12.Darlin´, 13.Livin´ 4 U, 14.Give You My Love, 15.Don´t Break My Heart (Club radio edit), 16.Let Me Go (Club radio edit),
To Meet Me (1983)
A Taste Of Love (1984)
Mad Desire (1985)
Future Brain (1985)
Bad Boy (1985)
Catch The Fox (1986)
Don't Break My Heart (1987)
Tell Me Why (1987)
Energy Rain (1987)
Day By Day (1988)
Born To Love (1988)
You Have A Way (1988)
My Time (1988)
Holiday Night (1989)
Take Me Back (1989)
All I Want Is You (1992)
Real Big Love (1992)
Take Me (1994)
The Universe Of Love (1994)
You And The Sunshine (1994)
Tomorrow Is Another Day (1995)
I Need A Lover (1995)
I Feel You (1996)
Future Brain´98 (1998)
Go Away (1999)
Don't Break My Heart 2000 (2000)
Push Push (2006)
FEDEN - Lo so (2007)
2 Meet Me 2012 (10th Apr 2012)
Composers : Roberto Turatti, Miki Chieregato, H.T.Beecher, M.Natale, S.Melloni, M.Farina, F.Serra, A.Bindella...
According to his official biography, Manuel Stefano Carry was born on June 4th, 1962 in Boston, Massachusetts (USA) but he moved to Italy when he was 4 or 5, therefore he spoke better Italian than English. He was actually born Stefano Zandri in Nova Milanese, but in the 80s, being born in the US was more trendy in the English-speaking music business. His father worked as an architect. When his parents divorced, he (as well as his sister and brother) stayed with his mother. As a 7 year old child he learnt how to play piano and guitar, then during his high school years in Milan he was further developing interest in music. Also at that time he started practicing judo, bodybuilding and breakdance.
Since his early age he knew that he wanted to be a part of showbusiness. Thanks to his good look and very well defined body he was discovered as a photomodel. Soon after he met Roberto Turatti who at that time was a DJ in a discoteque in Milan, the American Disaster. Turatti and Miki Chieregato became his producers with mission to make Manuel become a star. He chose his artistic pseudonym of Den Harrow (based on the Italian word "denaro" which means money) and took extensive vocal lessons. Actually he never had a very strong voice, and some of his singles were actually sung by Tom Hooker (Don't Break My Heart, Bad Boy, Catch the Fox, Future Brain) and some others by Anthony James (Holiday Night, My Time, You Have A Way), Chuck Rolando (To Meet Me, A Taste of Love) and even Silver Pozzoli (Mad Desire).
The two first songs he released were To Meet Me and A Taste Of Love. They became quite popular in South European countries, but Den had to wait until 1984 for a real success. This year he released his first official single, Mad Desire, that sold more than 1 million copies and won 3 golden records. In 1985 he released Future Brain that made him win the 'Festivalbar' and 'Vota La Voce' contests. With his first album Overpower and the next singles released in 1986 Bad Boy, Charleston and Catch The Fox he became one of the most famous disco stars in Europe. These singles sold a total 1,5 million copies, received a Golden record in France, entered three times in 'Top 5' singles in Italy and a Silver Otto (a grammy award from the German music magazine Bravo).
In 1987 he released two singles from his second album Day By Day. Born To Love made him win his second 'Festivalbar'. Don't Break My Heart, his biggest hit ever, became n°1 in Germany and reached the 'Top 5' in Italy, Spain, Greece and Benelux. It received a Gold status in France and Platinum status in Canada. When he sung that song in Peters Popshow concert in Westfalenhalle (Dortmund, Germany) it caused a massive hysteria. This time Bravo magazine gave him a Golden Otto.Don't Break My Heart is now a part of Classic Italo-Disco sound. 1987 was also the year when his gave his first real live tournee.
In 1988, in Germany and in England, he stayed at the top of the charts during one whole year and received his second grammy award, even overtaking Michael Jackson in the charts and obtaining a Golden Record. Bravo ranked him on 4th place, and in 1989 on 9th. In 1989 he released his third album Lies that attracted attention of BMG/Ariola, earning more than 19 millions German Marks. Adidas and Coca Cola even hired him for their commercials.
In 1992 he signed a new contract with the German Polydor label and released his fourth album All I Want Is You produced by Jennifer Rush and Natalie Cole. It reached N°4 in the German charts and sold 800 000 copies. In 1993 he released his fifth album Real Big Love, once again produced by Natalie Cole
In 1996 he started working with Mauro Farina of SAIFAM . He recorded several new tracks such as Take Me, The Universe of Love, Taste Of Love, I Feel You, Future Brain 2000 and Don't Break My Heart 2000. Farina's Factory Team remixed some of his old productions (for instance To Meet Me). Under the One Way Records label he also released his sixth album I Den. On ths album, one could hear the 2 singers who also contributed to Orlando.
In 1997 he moved to California to take part in the TV series Sunset Beach
In 1999 he left SAIFAM and recorded his 7th album Back From The Future that was released on Niteline Records.
2005 : he hosted the Italian-language TV show Radio Harrow on the satellite TV channel Match Music.
2006 : he took part in reality show L'isola dei famosi (the Italian version of "Celebrity Survivor") on Rai Due.
2007 : he released a new song, entitled FEDEN - Lo so, written and sung with his wife.
2010 : Tom Hooker and Miki Chierigato recorded and published on YouTube a press conference-style video in several languages in which Hooker stated and demonstrated that he was the vocalist on most of the Den Harrow records.
2001 : in February, Tom Hooker re-recorded and released Future Brain, along with a videoclip.
2012 : with other competitors of the previous seasons, he was back on L'isola dei famosi, still on Rai Due, but he had to quit the show because of health problems. He recorded 2 Meet Me 2012 with Hitfinders.
Thanks to Olga Sviridova, Klems and Sascha Busch
Along with Jan Langhoff, he has produced songs and albums for the projects and artists Aqua, Elize, Chipz, Ace Of Base, Me & My, Tiggy, A-Teens, Smile, Zoom and many more...
They also did remixes for E-type, Ace Of Base and again many more...
Thanks to Anders Bøgh
Artists and groups featuring Hartmann Peter
Aqua - Lollipop (Candyman) (1997), Roses Are Red (1996)
Chipz - Chipz in Black (2003), Gangstertown (2006), One Two Three (2005)
Double Divine - Your Loving (1994)
Dr Alban - Mr DJ (1997)
Me and My - Baby Boy (1995)
Tiggy - Daddy Boom (1997), Simsalabim (1997), Waiting (1997)
Zoom - Take Everything (1998), Words (1999)
1.Hlas (11.12.1979), 2.So tell me, 3.Ty si slnko, ja som dazd, 4.To co je vzacne, 5.Los rayos de la luna, 6.Si jediny, 7.Srdce, kotva, kriz, 8.Calling my angel, 9.Moj svet, 10.High and high, 11.Believe, 12.Som tu, 13.Par noci, 14.Startling numero,
Ver, Ze Ja (1997)
1.Hral na trubku, 2.Sme iba my, 3.Tajny dotyk, 4.Alan, 5.Reflection Of My Heart, 6.Ver, ze ja, 7.Posledny tanec, 8.To nie je zle, 9.Nestaci milovat, 10.Len tak-tak, 11.Laska je blizko, 12.V mojom uzemi, 13.Moj Exupery, 14.Blizky neznamy (piesen pre Leona),
Moje naj... (2002)
1.Hral na trubku, 2.Srdce, kotva, kriz, 3.Ty a ja, 4.Tajny dotyk, 5.To co je vzacne, 6.Alan, 7.Ty si slnko, ja som dazd, 8.Nech zije kralovna, 9.Anjel II, 10.Nestaci milovat, 11.Los rayos de la Luna, 12.Posledny tanec, 13.Buvaj dieta krasne, 14.Ked pride laska, 15.Si jediny, 16.Sen,
Secrets of Happiness (2003)
1.You are the King of my heart, 2.Only we are here, 3.I still love you, 4.The song about us, 5.I remember the time, 6.I would be so happy, 7.It is worth it, 8.We are free (09-11-2001), 9.Until I can go back, 10.You will not!, 11.You know very well, 12.Cause I, 13.Rose in a paradise, 14.Secrets of happiness,
Christmas Album (2004)
1.Christmas Time, 2.Angels, 3.Ave Maria (by Shubert), 4.Joy To The World, 5.Oh Holy Night, 6.Xmas Time, 7.Hark The Herold Angels Sing, 8.Ave Maria, 9.Pie Jesu, 10.Jesus Light And Salvation, 11.Dream A Dream, 12.What Child Is This, 13.Ave Maria (by Bach), 14.Silent Night,
Me & My Music (2006)
1.Me & My Music, 2.Akoby Sa Nic Nestalo, 3.Before Your Love, 4.You're Calling, You Say, 5.One True Thing, 6.For My Girls, 7.Fly with Me, 8.Ak Chces, 9.It is Worth It, 10.About Life, 11.Ako Ziadna Ina, 12.Nech Stastie Mas, 13.Christmas Time, 14.Moj Exupery, 15.You will Not!, 16.Like Nobody Else, 17.The Light of My Life,
Ty Si Slnko Ja Som Dazd (1997)
Female vocalist of MC Erik & Barbara.
Barbara Hačáková was born on 11th of December 1979 in Koice. Very soon she was attracted by music and had a gift for it, so she started learning the piano and singing. This is how Barbara describes her relation to music : 'It comes from somewhere from inside me. I express my joy and sorrow by music, by my own compositions, by singing and dancing and playing the piano. I can not imagine my life without music. Each kind of music evokes some response. It either gives me an energy or brings me down. The music can make me happy too. When I was four years old I couldn't understand why people spoke to express themselves. It's a strange thing, but I prefer selfexpressing by singing. I couldn't find anything nice in the spoken language, it's without melody. That's why I everything set to music. I can not live without music.'
When she was about 12, she took part in 'Mini-Playback-Show' competition where she imitated her pop-idols Michael Jackson, Madonna and 4 Non-Blondes. Later she also performed at the 'Talent show'. At that time, people started to talk about this young singer with her incredibly crystal voice. She began to sing at the Kosice Jazz Club songs by Jackson, Madonna, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston and especially Queen.
The breakthrough in her career (and private life too) came in February 1994 when she was asked to sing high vocals for the song Par Bielych Ruzi by the group Maduar, where Erik was already a member. They liked her voice and therefore Barbara was featured on other songs of the group.
Inspite the great success of the album I Feel Good, Erik and Barbara decided to leave Maduar and establish a new formation. They named it MC Erik & Barbara . She got much more place for her and she could take part in making of the whole new album U Can't Stop as her voice appeared in each song of the album. The success of their first project was immediately followed by many concerts, live performances, making videos etc. Being busy, Barbara had to interrupt her studies at a Secondary School (second class) and continue to study according to an individual studying plan. In October 1996 she spent two weeks in England to improve her English. In 1997 she attended the fourth class of grammar school.
While working with the group, sha also cared about her solo-carrer. Se released a song entitled Laska Drz Ma Nad Hladinou and she was also featured on the song Usmev (Smile) and on the Duro Cierny & Company project Cierny Kvet (Black flower). On October 20th, 1997 she released her solo album which was more popstyle-like. There were also some film offers made to her. But the fame did not spoil her and she is the same kind and modest girl. In her free time she like to meet her friends and play basketball.
The same year, she recorded a soundtrack for the movie Fountain for Suzanne and for the main part of the Musical "Mary Stuart".
In 1999, Barabara finished her second solo album Ver, Ze Ja, ("Believe in me") under Universal Records, Slovakia. After completing her contract requirements with Universal Records she arrived in the United States in December of that year as a permanent resident of Florida.
Barbara's father is an academic painter and her mother (who worked as a sound engineer at the Slovak TV and later worked for an international magazine) now cares for her daughter's careeroui and accompanies her on her tours. Barbara's 4 years older brother is following his father and studies design at the University.
2002 : Barbara is now very busy with her solo carreer.
2014 : Barbara did vocals on a track of Miroslav Jaro' album #5.
MC Erik and Barbara Website
Thanks to Nolimits for the latest informations
Artists and groups featuring Hascakova (Barbara)
MC Erik and Barbara - Dancing Queen (1996), Gold - Zlat¸ Hity (album) (1999), I'm Free (1995), It's Your Day (1996), Never Gonna/Sen (1996), Save The Jungle (1996), Second And More (album) (1997), Second (album) (1996), Sugar Sugar 2000 (2000), Summer Nights '95 (1995), U Can't Stop 96 Version (album) (1996), U Can't Stop (album) (1995), U Can't Stop (1995)
Maduar - Do It (1994), I Feel Good (album) (1994), I Feel Good (1994)
Walking On Sunshine (1995)
Walking On Sunshine was a cover of a disco song originally released by Eddy Grant. It was recorded at Soundcheck Studio, engineered and programmed by W. Marchesoni, mixed by Fulvio Zafret, producer and mixed by Atelier Folie. B-side Lupita was written by Franco Rago, Gigi Farina and Walter Marchesoni.
Revolution (18th Jun 2015)
Frank Hassas did studies in Kaufmännische Berufsfachschule Berlin. He started his artistical carreer as a break-dancer (under the scene name Mr. Atomic), then as a DJ (as 'Quickmix' and 'DJ King Of Rock'). In 1984 and 1985, O-Jay and him started to make "Freshline Radio Show" Tapes that they sold to shops and restaurants.
In 1987, still under the alias Quickmix he founded with O-Jay and The A (Aram Mouchegh) his first own hip hop band, Masterplan. They were the first German Hip Hop band to get a deal with Select Record Label (UTFO, Whistle). The first single was called We Wanna Be Stars but it was not very successful. The following year, Frank with O-jay and Karim Zouaoui (DJ Careem Da Dream) created the first German Hip Hop Electro Band, The Alliance. They sold 20000 units of the first single Action on the basis of self-distribution. The Alliance was one of Germanys most successful Hip Hop bands from 1988-1989. Records were released under Freshline Records, a label founded by Frank and O-Jay. They also worked on a project called The Admirers, releasing a cover of Joyce Sims' Come Into My Life.
At the same time he founded Fresh Beat Magazine, the first Hip Hop magazine in Germany, which was distributed by the World of music (WOM) chain. He also started his own radio show which also became a huge success.
In 1989, Frank and O-jay founded MC Sar & The Real McCoy. Their first singles (Pump Up The Jam Rap and It's on you) were massive successes Europewide and all went Top 10. They created the project Rap IV Rap (known for their cover of Soul II Soul's Keep On Movin').
1993 the next eurodance project was born : Maxx. Combining Club Sound with Ragga Vibes, the two initial singles Get a Way and No more went Top 10 all over Europe and reached Gold Status. Frank was credited as Dakota O'Neill.
In 1994, MC Sar & The Real McCoy was shortened into The Real McCoy, and got signed to BMG Germany and Arista Records USA. The Real McCoy had countless Top 5 Hits in the USA, UK, Japan and Europe and sold more than 8 million records worldwide. Their incredible success was honoured by dozens of Platinum and Gold awards, the MTV award, Billboard Award, a Grammy nomination as the most successful foreign Popact in the USA and the German Echo award. Frank was honoured by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers for the Song Another Night, which stayed in the US Billboard Charts for almost one year.
Frank founded and leads Quickmix Entertainment Group. He also worked as an engineer for the duet of Mariah Carey and Joe and wrote/produced several songs for one of Germanys biggest actresses and singers, Yvonne Catterfeld.
Artists and groups featuring Hassas (Frank)
Construction - Sex Is Like Fire (1992)
Maxx - Get-A-Way (1993), Move Your Body (1995), No More (I Can't Stand It) (1994), You Can Get It (1994)
Real McCoy - Automatic Lover (1994), Love And Devotion (1995)
I Can't Stay Away From You (1996)
I Can't Stay Away From You is a nice eurodance track with a touch of garage.
His real name is Alexander Horvath. Co-producer of Pharao with DJ Stevie Steve, he also stands behind the projects Prophet and Aquarius.
Artists and groups featuring Hawking
Aquarius - It Feels Like Summer (1994)
Deep Vision - Sometimes (The Sun Shines) (1995)
Hugo - Show Me The Way (1996)
Pharao - I Show You Secrets (1994), Once Upon A Time (1997), Temple Of Love (1997), There Is A Star (1994), World Of Magic (1995)
Prophet - It's Gonna Be The Night (1995)
Da Don (2005)
1.You Aint, 2.Clap, 3.Bounce, 4.Ride, 5.Jungle Loving, 6.War, 7.How Low, 8.The Streets, 9.Your Eyes, 10.Shake it like you black, 11.Oh Nah Nah (remix), 12.Run, 13.Bun It,
Songwriter, rapper, producer and vocalist Dwight Anthony Hayden aka MC Dilly was born in Jamaica, close to Port Antonio, one of the main tourist area. He got interested in music at a very early age : he did his first appearance at a local stage show as he was only 9. Some years later, be moved to Bronx (New York), where he hooked up with reggae dancehall sound, building his American fan base. After graduating Truman High School, he did not have any money for college. So he joined the US Army, which brought him to Germany.
There, he continued his musical carreer by collaborating with Sahara music and Intercord records, out of Fulda and Stuttgart. He learned how to perform and record professionally. He also picked up on producing, arranging, mixing and song writing. This is how Dwight became ragga-rapper for the project 2 For Love, his first major project. With ex hair model Jacky, they released two singles and toured all over Germany, performing with some of Europe's big names such as La Bouche, DJ Bobo, Reel 2 Real. and C-block. He also contributed to Matchboxx Love Peace And Harmony.
Then, Dwight went back to America to build his recording company and label UNT Records in the Midwest. He released 2 compilations under that label : Mercenaries and Colabo. In spite of many attempts, he did not got the expected success, so finally Dwight went back to Europe, this time Italy. He met DJ Lele Finetto who let him freestyle in the clubs in Vicenza, gaining popularity among a military community. Then he started collaborating with DJ Tony Prince who wanted him as a vocalist. He worked in Venice, Milan, Florence, Rome, Bologna, Treviso, Verona, Rimini and Naples, and also visited neighboring countries (Slovania, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary and Spain).
2004 : he contributed to Ottomix's single Raggasex and to PLM's The Big Casino "Hoes" (with vocals by Reuben Ehigie, production by Lele Finetto and Ottomix). He started touring Europe and Asia. He also went to Afghanistan and Iraq with MWR and AKA Productions for the US military intertaining soldiers and family members across the globe.
2005 : he released his solo album Da Don under UNT Productions. He describes the style as dancehall reggae with a Hip Hop twist. He also released two singles (Run, Bounce) from the album.
Artists and groups featuring Hayden (Dwight)
2 For Love - Ding Ding (O Na Na) (1994), Only For Love (1994)
Matchboxx - Love Peace And Harmony (1997)
Ottomix - Raggasex (2004)
PLM - The Big Casino Hoes (2004)
Robert Haynes was rapper for Le Click
From the time he was a tender teen, Robert Haynes' interests were deejaying and music. His path to success differed greatly from Kayo's, starting in the U.S. and miraculously ending up in Germany. He studied piano and performed in his high school band. During his college years, he worked at University of California, Berkeley's radio station KALX as an announcer and DJ. From there he joined the army in 1984, which landed him in Germany where he really launched his career as a DJ and producer.
Robert started deejaying in clubs around Frankfurt, increasing his popularity on the German scene. As a writer and producer, he has worked with a number of groups. His biography included a single recorded with Devica which hit the German and Billboard 12' single sales charts with What is Sadness in 1991. This experience established Robert's rapping career with various record companies and projects, namely Le Click's Tonight Is The Night and La Bouche's Sweet Dreams where he also participated as a co-writer. He could also have been featured on Cartouche Touch The Sky.
In 1994 he remixed Joy-Lab - Freedom (Free Your Mind) and in 1996 Tongue Forest's And You Got The F... Nerve To Call Me Coloured.
Artists and groups featuring Haynes
Device - What Is Sadness? (1990)
Joy-Lab - Freedom (Free Your Mind) (1994)
La Bouche - Sweet Dreams (1994)
Le Click - Call Me (1997), Tonight Is The Night (1995)
Love Taker (1994)
Label : Boy Records. Antoher single was released under the same project name : Make The Tribe Feel Good (label Marguerite). Maybe it's the same project, maybe not
Don't Make Me Wait (1995)
The single was released under One-Way records (SAIFAM Publishing Group). It featured Neil A. Barni.
Die Macht (1995)
Label: Big Trax
Thanks to reBeL
Get Me Going (4th May 1994)
Move Me Stranger (9th Jan 1995)
I Was Made For Loving You (7th Nov 1996)
Eye Of The Tiger (25th Mar 1998)
Get Me Going (The E-Rotic Remixes) (1994)
Get Me Going was # 1 in Israel Dance Chart. It was recorded at Bros Studio, written and composed by the duo Brandes O'Flynn with Domenico Livrano. Felix J. Gauder did some of the remixes.
Thanks to Shimon O'Hana for the charts positions
Don't Stop (1993)
Don't Go Breaking My Heart (1994)
Everlasting Love (1994)
Stay Another Day (1995)
Sugar Sugar (1996)
I'd Love You To Want Me (1996)
Alone (21st Apr 1997)
Baby Forever (26th Apr 1999)
Looking For You (22nd Jul 1999)
With Me (27th Mar 2000)
Bye Bye (10th Jun 2007)
Big Girls Don't Cry (24th Oct 2007)
I'll Stand By You (20th Nov 2007)
Barracuda (27th Nov 2007)
There Must Be An Angel (18th Jan 2008)
Freedom (18th Apr 2008)
Massachussets (18th Apr 2008)
Touch My Body (6th May 2008)
Don't Forget About Us (24th Jun 2008)
Going Back To China (23rd Oct 2008)
Blue (Da Ba Dee) (2009)
Do The 45 (15th Jan 2009)
I Believe (21st Jan 2009)
I Stay In Love (1st Mar 2009)
Behind (1st Apr 2009)
Sweet Dreams (5th May 2009)
Naughty Girl (21st May 2009)
We Belong Together (28th Jul 2009)
Battlefield (1st Aug 2009)
Something Stupid (3rd Sep 2009)
I Am (14th Apr 2010)
Try Sleeping With A Broken Heart (22nd May 2010)
Bang A Boomerang (28th Jul 2010)
Parachute (30th Jul 2010)
Put It In A Love Song (30th Jul 2010)
Super Trooper (7th Aug 2010)
Who's That Chick (22nd Dec 2010)
Money Money Money (14th Feb 2011)
The Warrior (21st Feb 2011)
Dancing On My Own (16th Mar 2011)
Crazy Beautiful Life (19th Mar 2011)
Dreams (10th May 2011)
Sister Golden Hair (9th Jul 2011)
Love You Like A Love Song (8th Sep 2011)
Push Up (4th Nov 2011)
Stereo Hearts (19th Nov 2011)
Give (10th Dec 2011)
Dance Through Fire (21st Mar 2012)
She Works Hard For The Money (19th Jul 2012)
Broken Angel (29th Sep 2012)
Only You (13th Mar 2013)
Eat You Up (23rd May 2013)
Ready To Love (12th Jul 2013)
Sing La La La (10th Sep 2013)
The Fox (11th Nov 2013)
Slow Down (19th Mar 2014)
Fight (21st May 2014)
Rude (15th Jul 2014)
She Ain't You (22nd Jul 2014)
Blink (26th Aug 2014)
Real Love (13th Jan 2015)
Love Me Harder (12th Mar 2015)
I Like You (28th Mar 2015)
I Want You To Know (14th Apr 2015)
Let Your Hair Down (16th Apr 2015)
Ain't Nobody (Loves Me Better) (16th Sep 2015)
A Whole New World (3rd Nov 2015)
Locked Away (18th Nov 2015)
I Know What You Did Last Summer (9th Feb 2016)
Rivers (11th Mar 2016)
How To Love (9th Jun 2016)
We Wanna (10th Jun 2016)
If You Could Read My Mind (6th Nov 2016)
Gonna Catch You (17th Jan 2017)
Love Is Love Is Love (12th Sep 2017)
Love So Soft (12th Oct 2017)
Mary's Little Boy Child (10th Nov 2017)
Love Will Save The Day (9th Feb 2018)
Muscles (13th Apr 2018)
Production : SAIFAM Publishing Group. The project was presented as the collaboration of one American boy and Spanish vocalist Anna Carena, who both began singing when they were children, and haven't stopped yet. Their talent had taken they to venues in the UK, and in a lot of other countries. Classically trained vocalists who started out in opera, then went into pop music and from there they branched into dance-music. This choice perhaps because they thought that dance-music just stuck with them. All the singles were released in Italy as vinyls.
The first single to be recorded and released under the name of Heartclub was Don't Stop (a cover of a hit by Fleetwood Mac). It was the 19th single to be released by the 21st Century label.The vinyl included a New Power Mix and a Radio Mix, as well as a B-side entitled Make Me Happy, composed and written by Mauro Farina, G. Crivellente and Fabio Serra. It was Arranged and Produced by Farina, Crivellente and Fadinger. It was recorded and mixed at Factory Sound Studios in Verona.
The two next singles, released in 1994, featured the voice of Ian Lex. Don't Go Breaking My Heart was a cover of a song by Ann Orson and Carte Blanche. Apart from the original mix and a VDA version, the vinyl included a B-side called Baby Dance.
Everlasting Love was originally a hit of the UK band Love Affair back in 1968. It had been covered a many artists, including Sandra and Worlds Apart. The Heartclub version came in three flavours : Factory Team Edit, Radio Edit and V.D.A. Edit. The vinly also included a B-side : Everlasting Groove, composed and written by M. Farina, G. Crivellente, F. Serra and R. Facchinetti.
Stay Another Day, a cover of East 17, featured the voice of Pete. There were 4 tracks on the vinyl : a Reggae Mix and a Factory Team Edit, as well as the B-side Another Groove.
For the next single, Heartclub changed once again the vocalist : Sugar Sugar (a hit of the 60s band The Archies), released in 1996, featured the voice of Duffy. 3 versions of the song were available : a Radio Hard Club, a Summer Mix and a 12" Hard Club. There was as usual a B-side : Sugar's Groove.
The same year, I'd Love You To Want Me (originally sung by Lobo) was released. Only 2 mixes of the song were available : a Factory Team Mix and a Sun Mix. With a B-side : Groove To Me... I'd Love You To Want Me was also released in Germany, this time as CD-maxi.
The follow-up was a combination between Heartclub and the group 3 Boys. Alone (cover of the Bee Gees) was released in 1997, it came with a Dance Floor Mix, a Short Edit and a Houzy Mix. And of course it's B-side Alone Groove. Alone was also released in Germany.
After 2 years of silence, another single was released under Heartclub's name. This time, it was an original song and not a cover. It featured the voice of Angelica (probably Tracey Saunders). There were only 2 tracks on this vinyl : a Factory Dance Mix and a Factory Alternative Mix. The same year, Looking For You was released. Once again, only 2 remixes were available : a Factory Team dance Mix and a Happy Mix.
With Me was the last single to be released by Heartclub. The vinyl included a Factory Dance Mix and a Factory "Up" Mix.
Heartclub recorded a cover of La Bouche's famous hit Sweet Dreams.
Thanks to Klems
Artists and groups featuring Heartclub
Reggaeton Nation - Angel (2017)
U Gotta Feel The Rhythm (1996)
The sincel was written by Gareth Young, Jon Bennett, Terry Felton and Treana Morris.
Because I Cry (Aug 2014)
Jealousy (Trust Me) (24th Nov 2014)
Russian eurodance music project Heatboxx was formed in 2014 and consists of producer D-Base, rapper and lyricist Dagoth and vocalist Zoya. Their first song Because I Cry was presented on 17 August 2014.
1.Welcome To Heaven's World, 2.Remember (Joyboy Batu Mix), 3.Don't You Want My Love (Joyboy House Mix), 4.I'm Not Scared (Euro Mix), 5.I Wanna Dance To Change (Euro Mix), 6.I Wanna Know (Dance Mix), 7.I Want Let You Free (Kadiz Boys Club Mix), 8.Close Your Eyes (Joyboy Dream Mix),
Label : Edivox
Thanks to Gianni
The Different Story (28th Oct 1996)
Thank God It's Friday (1998)
Label : Chin Chin Pum (Spain) in collaboration with SAIFAM.
Mentahsma (18th Mar 1994)
The single was released as vinyl only, under Extreme Records.
Don't You Want Me (1993)
The project's name comes from a queen in Greek mythology, the wife of King Priam of Troy. Don't You Want Me was mixed and arranged b G. Cavicchi, Leo Rosi and M. Gurrieri, written by J. Watley.
Made In Sweden (1994)
The Explorer (1995)
Last Man Standing (1998)
Euro IV Ever (2001)
Fame 2000 (2000)
It's Raining Men (2004)
Wherever You Go (Mar 2005)
Nana Hedin was born on the 24th of May 1968 in Eskilstuna. She started singing at the very early age of 3, then as she was only five she did her first performance at the childrens' day Festival.
Between 1988-1991, Nana was a member of the band Chris at the Moment. In 1992 she started to work with Dr Alban on his tours around the world. The next year she joined the famous Swedish Comedian and author Jonas Gardell. Four big live shows, TV shows and albums has been done since then and NaNa is talking about her work with Mr. Gardell as important for her growth as an artist.
"The fact that I'm not a skinny woman, dancing and running around like crazy in the show, has had a big impact on the female audience, writing letters about how important it has been for them to see a larger woman on stage, feeling good about herself. It has also been important for me to see their positive reactions and it has made me a better performer", NaNa says.
Female vocalist for E-Type, she also took part to the projects Safe (Love Is All We Need) and Amadin (Take Me Up), to the realization of DJ Bobo's album World In Motion and to Flexx's single Wake Up. She also made some backvocals for the worldfamous panflute musician Dana Dragomir, the sisters Graaf (You Got What I Want in 1998). Despite the fact that she participated these worldwide hits, she's still unknown to ordinary people.
Sometimes, she was so sought after that she had to take part to several groups at the same times ! For instance, in the summer of 1997 she was touring with E-type and Jonas Gardell. She was very busy but managed to take a short trip with Dr. Alban aswell to Egypt for a one night gig.
Nana sang on one of the songs to the Swedish movie "Bert - den sista oskulden". That song was made by Michael B Tretov (who also stands behind ABBA). Commercials like "RFSU" in 1993 and the company "Norwegian Adelsten" also contributed to make her voice very popular.
She has been working as a streetmusician and has been singing some blues as well.
Today Nana Hedin focuses on a solocareer, and says she doesn't dare to dream about the future : "It's more important to concentrate on what I'm doing today", she says.
Her very first solo song was called I'm Alive, that Nana co-wrote, along with the two musicians Mikael Hujanen and Johan Nilsson. "And I prefer not to make pure dancemusic only, she says.". Unfortunately for eurodance fans...
Among her favourite artists are Sting and Gladys Knight, to name a few. "I Saw a Dan Reed concert a few days ago... ooh, it was awesome" she explains. She loves all movies by Luc Besson (and Eric Serra's music) and another favorite of her is Rumblefish with Mickey Rourke. She has freckles in the summertime and blue wonderful sparkling eyes. She is 1,56 m tall. Blue is her favorite colour and she loves to watch the moon, so she tattoed a blue moon in a "DreamCatcher" on her shoulderblade. She loves to eat Thai-food and pasta. When she is traveling she usually collects masks from the countries she's visited. She loves scuba-diving.
2001 : Nana contributed to Britney Spears album Britney as backing vocalist. The same year she released the single Fame 2000 under the name NaNa D'Aquini. A new name because NaNa wanted to separate her work on the single from her work as a backvocalist. A video was shot in Las Vegas. The song was played both in clubs, radio and on tv in Sweden. The song became very popular with the gay club scene, climbed to nr.5 on the Swedish Dance Chart and stayed there for four weeks. There was no album made, since Nana and her records company realized they couldn't find a song good enough for a second single : "I would rather make no album, then a bad album", she says. The same year, Nan did backing vocals on A-Teens' Teen Spirit album.
2003 : Nana did backing vocals on Celine Dion's album New Day Has Come.
2004 : Nana Hedin is back with E-type ! She appeared on stage with him, singing his brand new single Paradise... The same year she released a cover of It's Raining Men (originally by the Weather Girls) on the compilation Absolute HitMania.
2005 : Nana will do a solo perfomance with the song Wherever You Go at the Swedish Eurovision pre-contest.
2009 : Nana Hedin was diagnosed with a malignant cancer of the tongue.
Projects using Nana Hedin's voice
Ace of Base - Life Is A Flower
Amadin - Take Me Up
Ardis - Love Addict (album) (1994)
Dr. Alban - Look Who's Talking Now
DJ Bobo - World In Motion album (as background vocalist)
Elephant & Castle feat. Nana Hedin - DJ Keep This Feeling, Wake Up '98
E-Type - Set The World On Fire, This Is The Way, Callling Your Name, Free Like A Flying Demon, Back In The Loop, I'm Not Alone...
Flexx - Wake Up
Gary Barlow - Hero
Five - Slam Dunk Da Funk
Herbie - I Believe
Papa Dee - The Tide Is High, The First Cut Is The Deepest, Just Let The Music
Stakka Bo - Down The Drain, Living It Up, Here We Go
Safe - Love Is All We Need
Thanks to reBeL
Nana Hedin bio by 1720 and Jo
Thanks to Ewa for NaNa's offical website
Artists and groups featuring Hedin (Nana)
5ive - 5ive: The Album (album) (1998), Slam Dunk Da Funk
A*Teens - Half Way Round the World (2001)
Ace of Base - Flowers (album) (1998), Life Is A Flower
Amadin - Take Me Up (Alrabaiye) (1993)
Aqua - Aquarius (album) (2000), Around The World (2000), Cartoon Heroes (2000), We Belong To The Sea (2000)
Ardis - Love Addict (album) (1994)
Britney Spears - Baby One More Time, Baby One More Time (album) (1999), Born to Make You Happy, Britney (album) (2001), Don't Let Me Be The Last To Know (2000), Oops!...I Did It Again, Oops!...I Did It Again (album) (2000), Stronger, You Drive Me Crazy
Concept Of Sound - Share A Piece Of Your Heart (1996)
Cool New Sound - Livin' In The 90's (1993)
Céline Dion - I'm Alive, New Day Has Come (album) (2002), On ne change pas (2005), One Heart (album) (2003), That's The Way It Is
DJ Bobo - World In Motion (album) (1996)
Dana Dragomir - Pandana (album) (1995)
Dr Alban - Away From Home (1994), Let The Beat Go On (1994), Look Who's Talking (1994)
E-Type - Africa (2002), Angels Crying (1998), Back In The Loop (1997), Calling Your Name (1997), Euro IV Ever (album) (2001), Free Like A Flying Demon (1996), Here I Go Again (1998), Hold Your Horses (1999), Life (2001), Loud Pipes Save Lives (album) (2004), Paradise (2004), Set The World On Fire (1994), This Is The Way (1995)
Elephant And Castle - DJ Keep This Feeling (1998), Wake Up (C.L.U.B. Unite) (1997)
Estelle Milburne - Light Me Up (1994)
Flexx - Wake Up (1993)
Garou - One Woman Man (2003)
Gary Barlow - SuperHero, Twelve Months Eleven Days (album)
Herbie - I Believe (1995)
Papa Dee - First Cut is The Deepest, Just Let the Music, The Journey (album) (1995), The Tide is High
Pavarotti & Friends - Pavarotti & Friends for Cambodia & Tibet
Safe - Love Is All We Need (1995)
Stakka Bo - Down The Drain (1993), Here We Go (1993), Living it Up, Supermarket (album) (1993)
Reflection was produced and written by Massimo Zennaro. It featured a solo female vocalist.
Thanks to Gianni
1.Zpoved, 2.O to nejde, 3.V napoji cinka led, 4.Pritele mas, 5.Doufam, 6.Zvedava, 7.Make-up, 8.Jenom kousek nestaci, 9.Fotka, 10.Holka tvrdohlava, 11.Neusinej, 12.Marne se divam,
Zlatej Dul (2002)
Bud A Nebo (2004)
Ja Jsem Porad Ja (2005)
1.Ja Jsem Ja, 2.Kure na grilu, 3.Ruce za hlavou, 4.Jen tak zit neumim, 5.Budem 100x krasnejsi, 6.Vim uz svy, 7.Primi zasah, 8.Tata se diva, 9.Uplne vsechno, 10.Tak se mi vtirej, 11.Fotka, 12.Ztraceny raj, 13.Kdyz se nacancam, 14.Slava blaznivym napadum, 15.Cesta kolem tela, 16.Skandal, 17.Ave maria, 18.Kdyz cowboy spi, 19.Tezko se loucim, 20.Do manzelskych posteli, 21.Saman bango hue,
Best 1982 - 2006 (1st Jul 2006)
1.Já jsem já, 2.Kure na grilu, 3.Ruce nad hlavou, 4.Jen tak ít neumím, 5.Budem 100x krásnìjí, 6.Vím u svý, 7.Prímý zásah, 8.Táta se dívá, 9.Úplnì vechno, 10.Tak se mi vtírej, 11.Fotka, 12.Ztracený ráj, 13.Kdy se naèanèám, 14.Sláva blbým nápadùm, 15.Cesta kolem tìla, 16.Skandál, 17.Ave Maria, 18.Kdy Cowboy spí, 19.Tìko se louèím, 20.Do manelských postelí, 21.aman Bango Hue,
Kdyz Se Nacancam ()
Kure Na Grilu (1982)
Give Me the Music (1995)
Ave Maria (1996)
Heidi Janku was born in 1962 in Ostrava, where she keeps on living. Her singing carreer started in 1982. She scored her first and also biggest success during the 80s with the songs Kure Na Grilu or Kdyz Se Nacancam.
In 1995 year she was back on stage together with the pure and very nice eurodance tracks Give Me The Music, which was written by Erik Aresta (alias MC Erik) and Ave Maria, composed by J. Parma, written by J. Kruta, produced by J. Rohhácek in 1996. Both were released under Prolux Records / Roznov Pod Radhostem. Both MCD are to date very rare for many collectors all over the world.
Thanks to EurodanceRage, Blueeuroboy and EuroBoy
Female vocalist for Solid Base.
She was born in Oslo, Norway on January 2nd 1972 as a Capricorn. Ever since childhood she's had a passion for singing, dancing and acting. She got a lot of support from her parents since they also used to sing, in a well known group in Norway.
However, she moved to Gothenburg, Sweden at the age of 10. She studied at Södra Latins gymnasium and, when she reached the age of 14, she went to learn classical singing at the 'Stage School' located in Gothenburg. A few years later she moved to Stockholm and continued her education at Södra Latin. She had been working in a video store for a while. "It was great ! I was kinda like the manager of the store and I loved it, because my whole family is made of movie maniacs".
She began to sing in various talent competitions for a few years. Then followed lots of engagements at the Apollo Theatre in Stockholm. One day she got a telephone call from Pat Reiniz (producer of Rednex and Cool James & Black Teacher). He was wondering if she would like to come and sing for him. That's how she took part to Cool James & Black Teacher's album Zooming You in 1994 (on Innocent Children and on The Rhythm Of The Tribe).
At work she met Niclas Lindberg (the producer of Snipers). He recommended her for the Solid Base project (at that time, they already had a female vocalist but they were not satisfied of her). Solid Base liked her singing skills, she was selected among 25 vocalist, this is hwo a very intense and professional partnership begun.
"I have always been singing. Both my parents were singers as well, so for me it was very natural" she explains. As for her musical tastes, Isabelle likes LL Cool J, she admires Whitney Houston and Lauryn Hill.
After 16 years in Sweden, Heitmann moved back to Norway to live in the Majorstua area in Oslo. Isabelle now lives in Los Angeles, USA and she is now known as Isabelle Holender.
Thanks to Tavi Meran
© Remixed Records
Artists and groups featuring Heitman (Isabelle)
Cool James and Black Teacher - The Rhythm Of The Tribe (1994)
Solid Base - In Your Dreams (1994), Mirror, Mirror (1995), Sha La Long (2000), Sunny Holiday (1998), This Is How We Do It (1999), Ticket To Fly (1999), You Never Know (1996)
Call Me (1995)
Label: Power Fly. The single was produced by S. Lombardoni. It featured vocals by D. Harry and Wanda Fisher. The B-side was written by Flexter.
Thanks to David Nivin "Captain DJ"
Good Times (2010)
Set Me On Fire (2010)
Sparks Will Fly (12th May 2014)
Kevin Hellenbrand was born 14th February 1985 in Brunssum (Netherlands). Beside his love for singing and dancing, he has a weakness for cellphones, computers and all other electronic gadgets. He can be busy with them whole day long and he likes to solve technical problems which others can't solve. In sports, he is also shining. He started breakdance at the age of 8, then streetdance when he was 12. He had to make a hard decision when he was 16: he had to choose between becoming a professional soccerplayer, or go on seriously with singing and dancing. When he became European Streetdance Champion in 1999, Kevin knew it for sure: "I only wanted one thing : conquer the world of showbizz !". In 2002, he opened his own dance school.
In 2003, he became a member of bubblegum project Ch!pz. He kept on playing soccer, but now he does that on his CIOS-opleiding. "Maybe once I will be cheered in a soccerstadium. Seeing 80 000 people go crazy for Chipz, that sounds really cool to me", Kevin says.
2008 : his dance school Hellenbrand Studio became an event and enterteinment agency.
2009 : Ch!pz split up.
2010 : Kevin released 2 solo singles : Good Times and Set Me On Fire
I Totally Miss You (1996)
Single was a cover of the Bad Boys Blue's hit. Label: Discomagic Records
Thanks to Gianni
Love Is In My Dreams (1994)
Keep Our Love Away (1994)
Sophie (aka Sofia) is a vocalist, composer and writer. She started studying classical singing. The single Love Is In My Dreams was written by Ch. Lassmann, John Hurry, Mike Fast, Rachid Mir and Sophie Hendrickx herself, released as she was only 14.
Later, she quitted eurodance to collaborate with artists and groups such as M. Morgan, Syndicate of Law and Malcom Mc Laren, from Brussels to London. She wrote songs, and also recorded jingles and did some stage appearances with the blues band Comin'soon. She also performed in piano-bars with So & Phil, singing jazz covers. She contributed to Nightraxx I Believe (written and composed by Lester jee, V.Rouffet, S.Hendrickx and F.Degryse) .
She is currently member of a trio called Benelux, singing jazz and bossa.
Thanks to Eurodance Rage
Artists and groups featuring Hendrickx (Sophie)
Nightraxx - I Believe
Janet took part to many eurodance projects such as Pearl (Summer Holiday), Indee and Centory : she sung the vocal parts of Point Of No Return, along with Anita Davis.
Thanks to Tavi Meran
Artists and groups featuring Henry (Janet)
Centory - Point Of No Return (1994)
Cool Cut - Please Let Me Know (1997)
Indee - Come With Me (It's Alright) (1994)
Pearl (2) - Kissing Like A Virgin (1996), Summer Holiday (1995)
1.Right Type Of Mood, 2.Pick It Up, 3.Big Funky Dealer, 4.I Believe, 5.RainbowChild, 6.Come Together, 7.The Skank, 8.Gangs To The Max, 9.Free, 10.Jessica, 11.Change,
Pick It Up (7th Jul 1994)
Right Type Of Mood (6th Mar 1995)
I Believe (8th Jun 1995)
Big Funky Dealer (27th Sep 1995)
Rainbowchild (21st Nov 1995)
The Skank (1996)
Clap Your Hands (1996)
The Rush (18th Aug 2017)
Herbie St Clair Crichlow aka "Diamond" was born in England and raised in Barbados. He was produced by Denniz Pop and appeared on Cheiron records. The first 3 singles he released were eurodance style. The female vocals of I Believe were done by Nana Hedin and Dayeenehas. One of the remix of this single was done by Amadin. Herbie has also co-written songs for many artists such as E-Type. He currently lives in Sweden.
In 1996 he released Clap Your Hands which was a hip-hop track. A forthcoming CD album was announced but it never came out.
In 1997, he was awarded the U.N Non Violence project Special Award
2000 : Cheiron Studios closed and Herbie formed Dreamstate Productions with Eric Le Tennen
Recently, Herbie produced the Swedish version of the real-TV program Popstars.
A few years later, the boys band Five released their first single Slam Dunk (Da Funk) which was based on the same beat and melody as Herbie's old song.
Herbie stands behind many hits of pop and dance artists such aslike Backstreet Boys, Robyn, Leila K, The Fooo, Drain STH, Five, Al Dimeola and Jessica Folcker, amongst many others. His songs have been Grammy nominated 5 times. He was also 4-time ASCAP-awarded for "Most played song of the year"
Thanks to Mikoo and Vision
Artists and groups featuring Herbie
3T - Gotta Be You (1997)
E-Type - Hold Your Horses (1999), So Dem A Com (1995)
Herbie - Big Funky Dealer (1995)
Kalsi Joel - Screams (2014)
Leila K - C'Mon Now (1996), Close Your Eyes (1993), Open Sesame (1992), Slow Motion (1993)
Redward - Raspberry Push (2017)
T.O.F. The Original Flyguy - Doin' It Again (1996)
Waldo's People - Bounce (To The Rhythm Divine) (2000)
Ganga Futura (2001)
1.Technoid 1, 2.Technoid 2, 3.Technoid 3, 4.Technoid 4, 5.Technoid 5, 6.Technoid 6, 7.Technoid 6, 8.Gangay,
Gangay was featured on Croatian compilation Europlus vol. 1. A promo album entitled Ganga Futura was released in 2001 under label Desato.
Do You Believe In Love (1995)
Do You Believe In Love was written by L. Asquini, it was recorded and mixed at Uprise Recording Studio by Lolly. Vocals were done by Mary B. It was produced, arranged and written by M. Zorzini.
Thanks to Gianni
Not A Love Song (1994)
Vocalist, composer and lyricist Linda Hermes released solo single Not A Love Song under label Lupomannaro (licensed under Max Music and Atoll Music in France). She did vocals on AVM Project Life Time. She recorded jingles for Epson, Rminterme, Tour Sciistico and Tim Imax. She is also a vocal coach and lives in Munich, Bonn (Germany) and Rimini (Italy)
Artists and groups featuring Hermes (Linda)
AVM Project - Life Time (1997)
Know By Now (1994)
Rod Heros featured the vocalist Simone Rod. Always (Bon Jovi cover) was released under Out Records, licensed in Spain under Max Music. Know By Now was released the same year under the label Power Fly. Both singles were arranged and mixed by Antonio Summa .
Thanks to Abelito
Lorena Herrera (1996)
1.Tiri-Tiri, 2.Soy, 3.Olvídate, 4.Los Pecados De Amor, 5.Oh Yeah!, 6.Pim Pam Pum, 7.Esa Soy Yo, 8.Corazonadas, 9.Yo Viviré, 10.Soy (Remix),
Dame Amor (1997)
1.Ritmo Tequila, 2.Nunca Dejaré De Amarte, 3.Desnúdame El Alma, 4.Despacito, 5.Dame Amor, 6.Siénteme, 7.Eo Deseo, 8.Más Allá Del Momento, 9.El Amor Que No Tiene Rival, 10.Los Magos De La Noche,
Aquí Estoy (2002)
1.Aquí Estoy, 2.Déjame, 3.Ámame, 4.Abrazando Tu Recuerdo, 5.Oro Molido, 6.Callaré, 7.Vamos A Darnos Tiempo, 8.Envidia Me Da, 9.Recuerdos, 10.Baila Mi Ritmo,
1.Sobreviviré, 2.Qué Culpa Tengo Yo, 3.Déjame, 4.Mi Amor Por Tí, 5.Como La Flor, 6.Eres Mi Todo, 7.Que No Quede Huella, 8.De Qué Me Sirve, 9.Obsesión, 10.Abrázame, 11.Abrázame (Remix),
Desnúdame El Alma (30th Jun 2009)
1.Desnúdame El Alma, 2.Gritaremos Ante El Mundo, 3.La Chica Espacial, 4.Sobredósis, 5.Ya, 6.Sexy Lover, 7.Sexy, 8.Dame Amor, 9.Solo Quiero, 10.Dentro De Ti,
Circuit Mixes (22nd Nov 2014)
1.Desnúdame El Alma (Circuit Remix), 2.La Chica Espacial (Circuit Remix), 3.Ya! (Circuit Remix), 4.Desnúdame El Alma (Circuit Club Remix), 5.Ya! (Circuit Club Remix), 6.Sexy (Circuit Remix), 7.Desnúdame El Alma (Circuit Dub-Step Remix), 8.La Chica Espacial (Circuit Radio Remix), 9.Ya! (Circuit Radio Remix), 10.Mix Circuit (Desnúdame/Chica Espacial/Ya!), 11.Sólo Quiero (Circuit Dance Remix), 12.Ya! (Circuit Trance Remix),
Los Pecados De Amor (1996)
Yo Viviré (1996)
Pim Pam Pum (1996)
Dame Amor (1998)
Ritmo Tequila (1999)
Aquí Estoy (2002)
Como La Flor (2004)
Desnúdame El Alma (Aug 2009)
Masoquista (18th May 2015)
Flash (3rd Sep 2015)
Plastik (16th Feb 2016)
Karma (23rd Aug 2016)
Freak (5th Mar 2017)
Tocame (31st Jan 2018)
Born Lorena Herrera de la Vega in Mazatlán, Sinaloa, she is a Mexican singer, actress and... sex symbol. She moved with her family to Mexico City, where she began a career as a fashion model. She became highly successful in Mexico, and gained an international reputation, posing for calendars and ads in Mexico and South America. She won the "Look of the Year" contest, awarded in Mexico.
Lorena then began working in Mexico's Low budget films. She has been involved in more than 50 films (the first one being "Los mayates atacan" in 1987) since she began her career as an actress in Soap operas (including the mega-hit telenovela, "Dos mujeres, un camino").
Her very first (self-titled) album was released in 1996 under EMI Music. Then came Dame Amor the following year, along with a remixes album named Soy (Remix). She started gaining internationel recognition and did some tours in South and North America. In 1998, she released a book entitled "Tips De Belleza".
Lorena Herrera has been a scandalous person since she became famous. There have been rumors of her actually being a transsexual. Lorena is also a gay icon.
After a pause of a few years, she was back with a new album in 2002, called Aquí Estoy. 2 years later, her new album Sobreviviré was out.
2004 : she married actor and model Roberto Assad
2009 : she's currently promoting her latest album Desnudame El Alma, released on June the 12th. The first single taken from the album is called Ya.
2015 : Lorena was back with a new single called Masoquista, along with a very hot video. Then in September, she released Flash.
2016 : Lorena's new single was entitled Plastik. Then came single Karma.
2017 : Lorena released her new single entitled Freak
Thanks to Abelito
Born 1980 in Köln, vocalist and actress Kirstin Hesse started her singing carreer in 1988. She was lead singer for the project Move Generation on their euro-reggae single Catch Me I’m falling in 1996. She then became Activate's new female vocalist on the single Fall in Love With You in 1997. Afterwards, she recorded a duet with Christian Wunderlich entitled Forever tonightunder the alias Kirstin Hall. In 2000, she did vocals on Miss Shiva feat. K's Just more. She also did background vocals for Sash!, Alexander Klaws and Yvonne Catterfeld and was lead vocalist of the band Stereo Gold.
She then concentrated on her TV and theater actress carreer, doing however some appearance with her duet Butterflies.
2003 : she played in many TV series : "Für alle Fälle Stefanie", "Schwer verknallt", "Mein Leben und ich", and "Schwanennächte".
2005 : she played during 2 years in the theater play "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change" and in the sitcom "Angie".
2007 : while she was still appearing in the sitcom "Angie", Kirstin played a role in the theater play "4 Frauen & Ein Unfall". She appeared in the movie "Robert Zimmermann wundert Sich über die Liebe".
2008 : she appeared on a print ad-campaign for Air Berlin. She moderated the Fashion Design Award NRW 2008 and played in a Schimanski episode, as well as in the TV-movie "Ein Rockstar zum Frühstück".
2009 : she did a TV-spot for Bahlsen country chips and played a in a theater play entitled "Non(n)sens". She had a role in the movies "Die Superbullen", "Neander Jin" and "Cagecrawler".
Kirstin is blond with blue eyes and is 1.64 m high.
Artists and groups featuring Hesse (Kirstin)
Activate - Fall In Love With You (1997)
Came To Me (1993)
Can You Feel It (1993)
King Kong (1993)
Future Day (1994)
Label : DJ Movement. Team : P. Rossini, P. Peroni, C. Aiello & M. Giorgi
Go! was produced by P. Rossini & M. Mori. King Kong featured DJ G.
Can You Feel It was arranged by Pierpaolo Peroni, produced, mixed and arranged by Pieradis Rossini, recorded by Ars Nova. All tracks were composed by P. Rossini, P. Peroni, C. Aiello & M. Giorgi.
Future Day was arranged by A. Carino and Graziano Fanelli, produced and mixed by Pieradis Rossini.
Thanks to Yane the Greek
Records company of YBZ. They have also distributed singles for the 2 Brothers on the 4th Floor , DJ Dado, Temperance and La Cream in Canada.
Since its inception in 1990, Hi-Bias Records has grown not just in credibility, size and stature, but it has also become one of the most successful independent labels Canada and the rest of the world has ever seen. Created to fill the needs and desires of DJs and dance music enthusiasts globally, this worldly vision has not been compromised in the label's eight-year history. Hi-Bias is recognized as one of the most innovative and creative labels having received numerous headlines, write-ups and reviews. The label founder, Nick Fiorucci, an internationally acclaimed DJ/Producer himself, has over a dozen years of experience with remix credits which include Urban Cookie Collective, M-People, Masters at Work, Kristine W, Jay Williams, Sunscream, and Camille to name but a few. When looking only at the last five years of its existence, the results this independent label has achieved are nothing short of astronomical : 1 Juno Award victory (and 7 nominations), 1 Much Music Video Award for the best Canadian Dance Video (7 nominations), a Canadian Music Industry nomination for best independent label, dozens of Top Ten Dance videos and National Dance singles, 2 Top 40 National Contemporary Hit Radio singles, Gross international sales exceeding 1 million units.
The talents of the label are not confined to the studio or music it produces, it spills over into other areas as well. Everything from CD jackets, label designs, press releases, production, artist development and mastering are all done within the confines of its four walls by staff. All these elements combined have helped establish Hi-Bias as one of Canada's top 7 labels. Hi-Bias Records is steeped with a history and more importantly a success story which has catapulted it head and shoulders above most other independent labels worldwide. The formula used to achieve this lasting success has not come about overnight, nor has it stagnated. Instead, it has evolved, reshaped and redefined itself to manifest not only the true ideals of the label but of the artists it represents as well.
In this competitive day and age high expectations are not met with substandard attitudes or fads looking to cash in on the current craze. Hi-Bias is not a fad. It has entrenched itself within the sometimes-unstable dance music realm proving that innovation, determination and creativity are crucial ingredients to longevity within the dance music business.
Feel It (1993)
Let's Go To Heaven (20th May 1994)
Sweet Dreams (11th Jun 1997)
Sweet Dreams was a cover of the Eurythmics hit
Thanks to reBeL
Do The Rock (1981)
I Know (1981)
Mama Say (1983)
Upside Down (1995)
We Got To Move (1996)
Killing Me Softly (1996)
This Must Be Love (1998)
Josephine Hiebel (aka Jo Hiebel, Josy or Jobel) is mostly known for contributing to the euro-disco project Lian Ross, produced by her husband Luis Salazar. Previously, she release some solo singles under the stage name Jobel and she was a member of band Creative Connection with Athina Haikali and Leroy Skeete Davis.
In the 90s, she did vocals for the eurodance projects Tears'n'Joy (under the scene name Joy) and Exotica (under the name Jobel). She was also featured by Avantgarde, Stockholm Underground, Happy House, Boom Boom Club, Hi-Q, and Dana Harris. In 1998 she visited Negakuss' album Neuer Kurs. In 1999 and 2002 Josephine contributed as studio vocalist to Fun Factory's Next Generation and ABC Of Music albums. In 2003 she became 2 Eivissa's new vocalist.
Thanks to Klems
Artists and groups featuring Hiebel (Josephine)
2 Eivissa - Boy Are You Ready (2003), El Pelotón (2001), Fire In The Sky (2003), Meaning Of My Life (2002)
Avant Garde - You Got To Be Strong (1994)
Avantgarde pres. Toni Torres - On The Road Again (2007)
Cherry - If You Believe (1999)
Creative Connection - Call My Name (1985), Don't You Go Away (1986), Scratch My Name (1985), You're My Heart, You're My Soul (1985)
DJ Pierro - Another World (1996)
Dana Harris - My World Is Empty Without You
Dreamscape - I Fear
Exotica - I Want Your Sex (1996), What Is Love (2004)
Fun Factory - Sha-La-La-La-La (1999)
Happy House - Celebrate (1996)
Hi-Q - Feel It (1993), Let's Go To Heaven (1994)
Negakuss - Neuer Kurs (album)
Piero - I Need Your Love
Ross Lian - Do You Wanna Funk (1987), Fantasy 2004 (2004), Fantasy 93 (1993), Fantasy 98 (1998), Fantasy (1985), Feel So Good (1989), I Wanna (2005), It's Up To You (1986), Keep This Feeling (1994), Never Gonna Lose (2005), Neverending Love (1986), Oh Won't You Tell Me (1987), Say Say Say (1988), Say You'll Never (1985)
Stockholm Underground - Gimme Gimme Gimme (1992)
Tears N'Joy - Go Before You Break My Heart (1993), I Will Always Love You (1993), Take My Life (1995)
Amina Hietikko studied in Lärkkulla stiftelsens folkakademi. She was a member of the dancebands Pumpa På and Press Twice. She did backing vocals on Tino's first album Come And Get It. She then replaced Suzie Aldabbaghin as female vocalist in Sound of RELS.
2001 : she entered the project Time Beat 4. She contributed to the singles Feels Good and Feel The Rhythm.
She used to work for ISS Aviation.
Artists and groups featuring Hietikko (Amina)
Press Twice - Don't Make Me Wait (1996), Part Of The Secret (1996)
Sound Of RELS - I've Got (1997)
Tino - Come And Get It (album) (1996), Come And Get It (1996), Maximum Energy (1997)
Tell Me (30th May 1994)
Label : UCA. High & Mighty features a rapper and a vocalist. It is produced by Thomas Butch and Raymund Beyer.
Summer Boy (1997)
High Energy is a Czech eurodance project made of Amos B (aka Amos Rendjambe), Beatrice and David Freedom. Summer Boy was produced by Miqal P. Eso and Lauter Von Bach at Vintage Studio in Prague. Label : Ultranoise
Amos B released a solo track entitled Tonight on compliation Pop Life Dance Hits '96 - Vol. 3
Thanks to Gianni
I Need Your Love (1994)
I Need Your Love featured a female vocalist and a rapper. It was written by Antonio Polichiso, produced by Gérard Langella, programmed by Lori Bruno
Thanks to aldo
Fly Away (1996)
High Radiation's songs were released on compilations only. Project featured a female vocalist and a rapper. Radiate appeared on Hit News Vol. 13 in 1994. Fly Away was featured on Polish copmpilation Snake's Music Presents Vol. 1 '96. It was licensed by Swedish label Peermusic AB.
Thanks to Marian Stoica
Game Over (30th Sep 1996)
High Score features 2 female vocalists. The single, an awesome eurodance track, was produced, composed and written by G. and M. Cope, published by Classic Arts/Polygram, released under the label Metronome. The CD single included 3 mixes (radio mix, X-tended Winner mix and High level rave mix ) a demo version of a PC game called Die Piratennsel.
Baby On Board (1995)
Label : Out Records. Baby On Board was written by Ilario Corona and Riccardo Gobbo
Start The Burning Move (23rd Sep 1994)
Mr Moon (14th Feb 2000)
Behind this German project stand the producers Wolfgang Sommer and Danky Cigale, also responsible for small acts such as Passpar-2.
A remixes CD was released for the single Start The Burning Move. It inlcuded a Cantanias Dollhouse mix, a IQ mix, a Piano mix, and a Piano radio edit.
If You Can Believe (1993)
Crime Of Passion (1994)
No Body (1994)
Let Me Love You (1995)
It's A Strange Emotion (1996)
Also known as HSL. Label : DJ Movement records. If You Can Believe featured the voice of Lorna Rowe. Crime Of Passion, released in 1993, was written and composed by Pieradis Rossini, G. Fanelli and Paola Peroni.
Thanks to Gianni
I Want To Be Free (1995)
Label : Five O' Clock Record. I Want To Be Free was written by Giuseppe Miramonti and Marco Parmigiani, producer and arranged by Marco Parmigiani.
Voulez Vous (2000)
Label: Dance Or Die Records. Vocals could belong to Simone Jay.
Thanks to Marian Stoica
Energizer (24th Jan 1994)
Love Generator (25th Jul 1994)
Behind this project stands the German producer Dieter Bohlen (aka Dee Bass). 2 singles were released. On the sleeves you can see a cross symbol that reminds of the iron cross, and the colors association could remind bad memories... Let's hope it was only a coincidence.
Love Generator featured the female vocalist Shelina and the rapper D-Tok. It was released under the label Hansa. Energizer featured raps by Patrick Lemoine, actor in ARD TV series "Sterne des Südens" (Patrick also sung Whatever You Dream, the serie's theme).
Thanks to EuroBoy and Necronomic
Jump '94 (1994)
Eye Of The Tiger (1995)
Jump was a cover of the old Van Halen hit from the 80's. Mastered by Björn Engelman and Peter Dahl, It featured vocals by T-Vox and raps by PA
Two different maxis were released. The German version contained 4 versions : Jump '94 (Short Radio), Jump '94 (Long Radio), Club 144 and Like a Ball. The Swedish maxi contained 3 versions: Jump '94 (Short Radio), Jump '94 (Long Radio) and Jumperibump. It was published by Cheiron Songs and Released by Cheiron Records.
Eye of The Tiger was featured on a number of compilations and at least two different versions of the song exist: Radio Mix & Dance Mix.
Thanks to Vision
On A Ride (1998)
1.On a ride, 2.Space Invaders, 3.Sundance, 4.Boomerang, 5.California, 6.Partyman, 7.Doo Run, 8.True Love, 9.World Of dreams, 10.Mr Melody, 11.Be My Bodyguard, 12.Book Of Love,
1.On Stage Tonight, 2.Come Come Come, 3.Kingdom Of Eternity, 4.Run Run, 5.If You Really Want Me, 6.I Don't Wanna Leave, 7.Whisper You're Mine, 8.Stay, 9.Lonely Raider, 10.Guardian Angel, 11.Say Goodnight, 12.Space Invaders (2000 Remix),
On A Ride (1997)
Book Of Love (1998)
Space Invaders (29th Jun 1998)
World Of Dreams (1999)
Kingdom Of Eternity (1999)
Sundance (Johnny Jam & Delgado version) (Jun 1999)
Come Come Come (2000)
Hit'N'Hide is a project of Johnny Jam & Delgado. Six weeks at Number One on the Danish singles chart, platinum status for the single Space Invaders and gold status for the album On A Ride thats the story so far for Hit'N'Hide, the latest export from Scandinavias new wave of Eurobeat. That Danish success story soon spread throughout Scandinavia with Top 5 and gold status in Norway and a Top 20 hit in Sweden. Space Invaders, which is currently being promoted in the U.K. by record label All Around The World, was recently picked as Pop Single Of The Week in The Tip Sheet, the U.K.s highly opinionated music bizz mag.
Hit'N'Hide are two Danes in their early twenties, Jeanne C & Morgan, are a pair who have always been obsessed with music. Morgan has worked extensively throughout Europe as a DJ and is owner of a discotheque. Jeanne C had always dreamed of being a singer, with an ambition to maybe sing for as many as five or ten thousand people. This is a dream currently under serious revision given that shes already achieved her original modest ambitions.
Sundance was remixed by Johnny Jam & Delgado and re-released in 1999 (the original version was a single in 1997).
2013 : Hit'n'Hide are in the studio recording new songs and they announced that their new material would be different from their 90s songs. They have already recorded new songs, including their new single which is scheduled to release sometime in 2013.
Thanks to Tyler
Melody Of Life (1996)
My First, My Everything! (1997)
Label: Dance Factory
Henri J. Lookers contributed, with or without Ronald Fiolet, to Aura, Disc-O-Magic, Double Cross, Duration, FLO Project, Gay Men, General Noise, Herodes, Millennium Platform, Miyon, Neon, Shrink, The, Threesome, Unsatisfied Evil, Weakest Link
Melody Of Life was released in1996. It was produced, arranged and written by Henri Lookers, Huib Schippers and Ronald Fiolet. Raps were done by Stanley Foort, vocals by Jhony D.
The follow-up single was released the following year. It was produced, recorded and mixed by Henri Lookers and Ronald Fiolet. Vocals were done by Marscha.
Thanks to Apho and Petio
1.Move Your Feet To The Rhythm Of The Beat, 2.I Felt Acid House Love, 3.The Deep Piano House, 4.I Don't Know (1018 mix), 5.Everybody (Got To Get Some), 6.I Like Hithouse (The Hithouse Theme), 7.Jack To The Sound Of The Underground, 8.R, 9.Blast Off, 10.Jack To The Sound Of The Underground (Meltdown mix), 11.Jack To The Sound Of The Underground (Acid mix),
Jack To The Sound Of The Underground (Dec 1988)
Move Your Feet To The Rhythm Of The Beat (Mar 1989)
I've Been Waiting For Your Love (1990)
Jack To The Sound Of The Underground '94 (9th May 1994)
A Bright Day (11th Jan 1995)
I've Been Waiting For Your Love (5th Oct 1995)
Musical team : Peter "Hithouse" Slaghuis, D.C. Wooding and Edward S.Barkey. Vocals by Hithouse
Hithouse is the project from the Dutch DJ Peter Slaghuis, born in 1961 (Hithouse is the direct English translation of Slaghuis). In the early 80's he began to work as sound technician and as DJ. In the mid-80's he was involved in the 80s dance pop act Video Kids that had a few hits in the Netherlands. When Housemusic came up he was with Eddy de Clerq and Joost van Bellen the first Dutch house DJ's. In 1988 he made the sample track Jack To The Sound. This anthem got a big hit. It was the first dutch-made househit. One of the sounds of the summer of love 88' (1988 was the year that house conquered the dancefloors of England, The Netherlands, Germany and Ibiza). After that he got some other hits. In 1990 Peter worked together with DJ Paul Elstak (later Paul Elstak had big hits with his happy hardcore). Peter was getting an important man in Dutch house music.
Then came the single Bright Day featuring the voice of Dave DMD. Reggie Magloire was featured on the tracks I Want U 2 Move (B-side of A Bright Day) and I've Been Waiting For Your Love.
But on 5th September 1991 he died in a car accident. A black day in Dutch dance history.
In 1994 his anthem Jack To The Sound Of The Underground was back again. Bright Day then I've Been Waiting For Your Love were re-released in 1995.
The Prodigy used the sample for their biggest hit ever No Good (Start the Dance). The original got re-released too. In 1999 the German Mix team D.O.N.S. made a new version from this unforgettable track
Remixes done by Peter Slaghuis
Alexander O'Neal - Fake (1987)
Alyson Williams - Sleep talk (1989)
Bomb The Bass - Say a little prayer (1988)
Debbie Gibson - Only in my dreams (1988)
Europe - Rock the world (1987)
Gwen Guthrie - Ain't nothing going on but the rent (1986)
Herb Alpert - Keep Your Rap On Me Keep Your Eye On Me
Kylie Minogue - Got To Be Certain (1988)
Mac Band - Roses are red (1988)
Madonna - La isla bonita (1987), True blue (1986)
Maria Vidal - Body rock (1987)
Mel & Kim - Respectable BPM 122 April 1987
Michael Zager Band - Let's all chant (1987)
Natalie Cole - Pink Cadillac (1988)
Nu Shooz - I can't wait (1987)
Pebbles - Girlfriend (1988)
Pet Shop Boys - Domino Dancing (1988)
Petula Clark - Downtown (1998)
Sabrina - Boys (1988)
Shalamar - Second time around (1989)
The Communards & Gloria Gayner - Never can say goodbye (1988)
Tiffany - I think we're alone now (1988)
Was Not Was - Walk the dinosaur (1987)
Thanks to Rogier Verkroost
Artists and groups featuring Hithouse
Wise Guys - Samplification (1988)
Female vocalist for the dance act Masterjam .
Show Me (Secret Dreams) (1995)
Liberty / Rhythm Is An Option (1996)
Label: Pure Records. Ho-Dads from Turku, Finland are Maya, Mark Mound and Mike Pryde. They wrote both music & lyrics and did the arrangements themselves, though the idea for the Liberty lyrics came from Ränni the producer. Remixes were done by Jaakko "JS16" Salovaara.
Thanks to reBeL
Hey Hey Hey (1995)
This Italian project featured the famous female vocalist Clara Moroni. The vinyl contained 4 versions: Original Club Mix, Optical Up, Marbella Beach Club and Optical Dub. It was produced by M. Capaldi, written by M. Giunta, L. Vio and Clara Moroni, arranged and mixed by Holiday Up (M. Giunta, L. Vio and M. Capaldi), recorded at State Studio Vimodrome (Italy). Label: Satellite Records, distributed by Discomagic Records
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Apocalypse Kiss (1996)
Lights, Camera, Revolution (1996)
Hollywood featured 2 girls : singer Hannah Edgren and keyboardist Stacy Leigh. Project included a third member called David Gray, who was Stacy Leigh's then-boyfriend, as a synth programmer. Their music, a mix of eurodance and dream house, was also called "romo" (Romantic Modernism).
Apocalypse Kiss was produced by The Rapino Brothers with additional production and remix by Higgo and Matt Gray, programmed by Barry Francis and released under label Mother Records. A video was shot for the song. Later, duet reformed as Fubar.
Thanks to Gianni
Pray 4 Your Sex! (24th May 1994)
The single Pray 4 Your Sex was released under Weryton in Germany and BMG Ariola in the Netherlands. It was written by Don Gray and Peter Berliner, featured vocals by Andrea Barker, was produced by Garp and Don Gray, engineered by Erik Lauterwald.
Feels Like I'm In Love (1996)
Feels Like I'm In Love was a fast-paced eurodance track with a strong touch of happy hardcore. It featured a rapper and a female vocalist. It was writtend by Ofer Bar-Emun and Paulo. Label : Alabianca.
Can't Let Go (1994)
I Want You (Tonight) (1995)
A Whiter Shade Of Pale (1995)
Label : Discomagic. Can't Let Go contained only 2 versions : a Maranza Mix and a Main Power Mix. I was produced by Franco Tripodi and Rino Facchinetti.
I Want You (Tonight) was composed and written by Bobby Flexter, produced by Franco Tripodi. It appeared on the Italian compilation Hits All Right in 1995. The vinyl contained 3 versions : Dance Version, Digital Version and Another Version.
A Whiter Shade Of Pale was originally released by Procol Harum in 1967. It was covered more than a hundred times. The male vocal was Alan Jones (Alan Jones project from Power Fly Records). The vinyl contained 5 versions : Original Mix, Universal Remix, New Club Remix, Happy House Remix and Happy Dub Remix. It was produced by Bobby Flexter, Franco Tripodi and Rino Facchinetti.
Thank to reBeL, Gianni and Alex Capilé
Stop The Disease (1993)
Stop (The Disease '97 Remix) (1997)
Honey C is a project of Philippe Van Mullem (who also contributed to the project Una and stood behind the project Quadran). The single Waiting featured vocals by Catherine Mees.
Thanks to Apho
Only One (1986)
1.Only one, 2.Come back home, 3.Love attack, 4.I want to love, 5.Talk with your body, 6.Falling into love, 7.Indian girl, 8.We can start it all over again,
Bad Reputation (1988)
1.Feeling okay, 2.Bad reputation, 3.Don't give up, 4.Looking for love, 5.No more heaven, 6.Hey girl, 7.Help me, 8.Atlantis, 9.Happy human, 10.Feeling okay reprise,
Fighting For Our Love (1992)
1.Fighting for our love, 2.What about me, 3.Mister nobody, 4.Lonely, 5.Day one, 6.Living in the sunshine, 7.Come with me, 8.Angel eyes, 9.Everybody wants more money, 10.Do you wanna, 11.Communication,
Flip Over (1980)
Talk With Your Body (1981)
I Want To Love (1981)
Come Back Home (1982)
Dove Andiamo (1982)
Indian Girl (1984)
Give It To Me (1984)
Real Men (1985)
Swiss Boy (1986)
Looking For Love (1986)
Only One (1986)
Help Me (1986)
Feeling Okay (1988)
Bad Reputation (1988)
Hey Girl (1988)
No More Heaven (1989)
Living In The Sunshine (1990)
Fighting For Our Love (1992)
Change Your Mind (2011)
Nobody Loves Me (29th Jan 2014)
Illusions (21st Feb 2014)
Tell Me (3rd Nov 2016)
American singer and photographer Tom Hooker aka Thomas Barbey was born Thomas Beecher Hooker on November 18, 1957, in Greenwich, Connecticut. His granddad, John Barbey, co-invented "Lee" jean, and one of his aunts, Harriet Beecher Stowe, wrote famous anti-slavery novel Uncle Tom's Cabin.
His family moved to Europe when he was only six months old. At the age of 10, he started his musical career as a drummer. At 13, he created his first band. At 15, he first appeared in public at a concert as a drummer/singer. He studied languages in Switzerland.
In 1980, he moved to Italy, where he was discovered by Italian producers Roberto Turatti and Miki Chiregato. His first hit was Flip Over, b/w the track We Can Start It All Over Again. He had his first major success in 1986 with Looking for Love. The same year, he released Swiss boy under the scene name Lou Sern. He co-wrote (under the name T. Beecher) and sang lead vocals on the first two Den Harrow albums.
By 1988, he moved to photography and his music style changed with his single No More Heaven. His last single was Run Away, a nice eurodance track released under One Way records and licensed in Germany under ZYX, which was unfortunately a commercial failure. During the 90s, he did some English vocal coaching, advising artists such as Spagna.
In 1994, Hooker left the music scene to move to America to marry Suzanne Berquist. He settled in Los Angeles and changed his name to Thomas Barbey, his mother's maiden name. He began a career as a visual artist, creating surreal photographs, called photomontage. He currently exhibits in galleries in many countries around the world. "I'm retired and I'm rich. I know it may sound strange to you but I was also doing it for the money. It was just a job. A very fun one at times" he explained in an interview.
2010 : In October, he collaborated with his longtime musical colleague and fellow composer, Miki Chieregato, to produce and release a brand new single and video, Change Your Mind. Miki and him published a video in 3 languages to prove that he was the real singer on Future Brain, accusing Den Harrow to have written threats against him and his family. Afterwards, Den Harrow recorded a filmed answer in Italian...
2011 : he released a new recording and music video of the Den Harrow track Future Brain, which featured himself. The same year, Miki and Tom released the single No Elevation.
Artists and groups featuring Hooker (Tom)
Elastic Band - Everybody's Talkin' (1992), Love Is Life (1994), Running Up That Hill (1994), Ventura Highway (1995)
GHYBLJ - Love Inspection (1995)
Harrow Den - Bad Boy (1985), Catch The Fox (1986), Future Brain (1985)
Huntington Eddy - Band Bang Baby (1989), May Day (1988), Physical Attraction (1989), USSR (1986), Up And Down (1986)
Future World (24th Jul 1996)
The single Future World was released under the label Dance Pool (Sony). It was produced by Michael Schendel and Erik Trinkaus for Private Area Productions. The lead vocals were done by Raquel Gomez-Rey.
Bonn-based Natalie Christine Horler was born on September 23rd 1981 and grew up in Germany. The daughter of David Horler, an acclaimed jazz musician and arranger who worked with likes of Quincy Jones, Stan Getz and Tony Bennett, Natalie grew up around music, though was more influenced by stars like Maria Carey and Whitney Houston than her dad's trombone playing. Her mother, Christine, is a foreign languages teacher.
She began her musical career by singing in bars and casinos. At age 18 she started doing studio work and recorded several tracks for different DJs. In 2004, through her studio work, she met Cologne-based producers Yann Peifer (Yanou) and Manuel Reuter (Manian) who invited her to front their new project, Cascada. Natalie also worked on many projects for DJ Manian (such as Siria's 2 first singles) and a 2 Vibez song produced by Bass-T entitled Sometimes. Her most notable song is Piece Of Heaven as Akira. The same year, she appeared on the German adaptation of Star Search in 2004.
2006 : In the autumn of 2006, Natalie made her first foray into television as the guest host of the viewer request show Back @ Ya on bpm:tv, a Toronto, Canada-based cable channel.
2010 : In November, Natalie had to cancel some live appearances because she underwent a vocal chords sugery and was not allowed to speak during several weeks.
2011 : In April, she was among the stars to support children real-TV show "Dein Song" on German TV channel Ki.Ka. According to rumors, Natalie is engaged to a man known as Maurice, a banker and former model who comes from North Rhine-Westphalia.They were privately married in Italy in May 2011, with Natalie wearing a dress she had designed herself. In July, Natalie did a (very) sexy photoshoot for German edition of Playboy Magazine. In September, she announced that she would be a member of the real-TV show DSDS 2012 jury.
Thanks to Tavi Meran
Artists and groups featuring Horler (Natalie)
2 Vibez - Sometimes (2004)
Akira - Piece Of Heaven (2004)
Cascada - A Neverending Dream (2006), Au Revoir (2011), Bad Boy (2004), Because The Night (2008), Blink (2014), Dangerous (2009), Evacuate The Dancefloor (2009), Everytime We Touch 2006 (2006), Everytime We Touch (2005), Faded (2008), Fever (2009), How Do You Do (2005), Last Christmas (2007), Madness (2014), Miracle (2004), Miracle (2007), Night Nurse (2010), One More Night (2007), Pyromania (2010), Ready For Love (2006), Reason (2015), San Francisco (2011), Truly Madly Deeply (2006), Truly Madly Deeply (2006), What Do You Want From Me (2008), What Hurts The Most (2007)
Diamond - Reason (2005)
Siria - Endless Summer (2004), I Will Believe It (2005)
Keep On (1st Jul 1994)
Let's Do It (1995)
Horos was a project of Cristian Gomiero, Daniel Danieli (aka Marco Rancati) and Sam Paganini. They released 2 singles : Keep On in 1994 under Dig It International and Let's Do It in 1995 under Domino Records.
The One 4 Me (2000)
Hotel California (2001)
Rayland Horton was born in Heidelberg (Germany), where his parents worked for the US-Army. He has a twin sister and 3 other siblings. Shortly after his birth, his family went back to the US and he grew up in Seattle and Washington, becoming a real little gospel star at the age of 9. He remembers his first solo sing part at the choir very good and remembered, that all the people screamed as he started to sing. That's how he decided to devote his life to music
Ray started his carreer as a studio singer for the Milli Vanilli project. After the playbakc affair was discovered, he became singer/rapper for band The Real Milli Vanilli in 1990, along with Brad Howell, Gina Mohammed, Icy Bro and John Davis. 2 years later, he became a member of group Try'n'B and contributed to hits such as Sexy Eyes and Tell Me Where It Hurts. He took part to a few other projects before entering Toni Cottura's new formation Fun Affairs. Legend says that he was spotted in January 1998 after singing on Steve Browarczyk (another former Fun Factory member) phone-answer machine. Toni was amazed at his vocal skills and only a few days after, Ray was in the Booya studios to record Nana's song Remember the Time .
Since then Ray, toured with the Booya Family and recorded vocals for more Nana songs, such as Dreams, Pocket Full of Memories and You. Then Rays first solo single Because I love you (a cover of Stevie B's hit) was released. Ray's first pop/RnB album First Time was released in 1999. Then followed the singles I Cry and Tell My Hear, but they were less successful. After that, the Booya Family split. Ray worked with Criss Tonino and for the groups Minimax Project, Sonat and Sozey, for Phatt Krazy records. Around 2000-2002, he recorded the songs The One 4 Me and was featured on the song Winner 4 Life.
In 2003, Ray visited Peaceworkers' Stop The War (From Starting). Then everything became very quiet around him...
In Bamberg (Germany) where he was living until the end of 2008, he met producers Drastic and DMO from the Chrome Headz. Ray was impressed by their performance and that's how they started working together, releasing singles Under The Bridge, Our Story (Happy Birthday), Crappy New Year, From me 2 U...
2012 : he was featured on Movetown's single Here Comes The Sun. He also took part to real-TV show The Voice Of Germany
Ray nowadays lives in Franken, Germany. Besides his activities of songwriter and producer, he is also a vocal coach
Artists and groups featuring Horton (Ray)
Abrokwa Nana - Remember The Time (1998)
Criss Tonino - The Story (1998)
Minimax Project - Winner For Life (1999)
Peaceworkers - Stop The War From Starting (2003)
Try 'N' B - Try 'N' B (1992)
If U Wanna Dance (1995)
If U Wanna Dance was made of samples from female vocals and male raps. It appeared on compilation Ultimate Dance - Up And Dance under label LaserLight Digital.
Thanks to Gianni
Iventi d'Azzuro Labelmania
Calling The Night (1994)
House Control includes a female vocalist called Suzanna K and a rapper who is not credited but could be Johnny Williams himself. They only released one single entitled Calling In The Night. It was released under the label WH records in 1994 was produced by L. Element & Johnny Williams.
Johnny Williams & L.Element were amongst the most productive dance makers in France in the nineties. B-One & Roman Photo are the most famous but they are also behind Direct 2 Dance (Burning Up), Dynamo (Party People) Cocoon IV (Chrysalis), 2Nature (Ne m'oublie pas), Special (Call Me), X-Pose (All My Life), Marina Johnson (Be My Lover), K-Niel (SOS)... Johnny Williams, who owns now a big label with more than 1000 records under license is currently writer and composer of french successful lolita Lorie.
Thanks to Blade and Nicolas
House Of Hell (1990)
I Know I Can Do It (1990)
Jammin On The Dance Floor (1991)
Waste Your Time (1992)
I Let You Go (1993)
Don't You Want Me (1993)
Do You Want My Love (8th May 1993)
Bump (4th Sep 1993)
Label : Italian Style Records.
The project House Corporation started in 1990. The performers varied from one release to another : sometimes a duet female vocalist + male rapper, sometimes a female rapper with male vocalist. The musical team was made of Albanese, P. Feroldi, C. Paitoni and R. Revera.
House Of Hell was the very first single, released in 1990. Then came I Know I Can Do It the same year, produced by Pierre Feroldi. This single, which included vocal samples from Simone's My Family Depends On Me, was re-released in 1994.
In 1991 was released Jammin On The Dance Floor, a quite low-tempo track, with vocals taken from the hit I Wanna Give You Devotion, once again produced by Pierre Feroldi alone. It also contained samples from PKA's Let Me Here You Say Yeah
Waste Your Time came in 1992. It was produced by Pierre Feroldi. Mixes were done by M. Marcolin and V. Gaffurini.
1993 was a hectic year of House Corporation with 4 singles released. First came the single Bump, which included a part of the raps originally used in Paula Abdul's Cold Hearted. It was produced, arranged and mixed by Alessandro Gilardi, Diego Abaribi and Walter Cremonini.
I Let You Go was released the same year. The raps reminded of DJ Supreme. It was produced, arranged and mixed by Alessandro Gilardi, Diego Abaribi and Walter Cremonini. The follow-ups were Do You Want My Love which was licensed in Spain under Area International, and Don't You Want Me (1993) Produced and Mixes Cremonini, Gaffurini, Gilardi & Marcolin.
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Only For You (14th Jul 1994)
The single was released under the Italian label Progressive Motion records.
Thanks to reBeL
Mirrors (Bells' Song) (1995)
Here We Go (1996)
The single Here We Go was producer, programmed and mixed by A. Louis, Sampleking and Tension 808, written by A. Louis, Ailette Tom, Inma Summa, Sampleking and Tension 808. It featured vocals by Denise Stahile, who also contributed to another project of the same team, MAD.
Thanks to Eurodance Rage and BroderTuck
(To The Land Of The) Day Dream (1995)
(To The Land Of The) Day Dream featured vocals by Tina Washington. Executive producer was Simone Gritti. It was written by Orlando, Bernini and Lombardoni.
I Got You Run (9th Nov 1992)
Rock You (15th May 1993)
Everyday Of My Life (6th Mar 1995)
Your Love Is Real (19th Feb 1996)
Let The House Fall Down (4th May 1998)
House Traffic is a project of the label DJ Movement Records.
The very first single I Got You Run featured Ars Nova. It was released in 1992.
The single Rock You featured 5 mixes : a Radio Cut, a Vocal Mix, a Dub Static Mix, and a Usu Mix, and a Bonus Beat. It featured the voice of Aretha Day.
The single Everyday Of My Life included a Radio Flute mix, a River Mix, a Highway Mix, and a Musk Mix. Vocals were done by Yvonne Yanney. It was also released in Germany under the label ZYX. It was produced by Paola Peroni, written and recorded by Charlie Aiello, Miki Giorgi, Paola Peroni, Pier Rossini.
Let The House Fall Down featred vocals by Michelle Weeks.
Thanks to Alex Capilé
I Can't Go On (10th Apr 1993)
Get Me Into Your Heart (25th Mar 1994)
Lonely Mind (2nd Jul 1994)
Beat It (19th Feb 1996)
You, Danger (Apr 1996)
Dance Boom Boom (12th Jun 1996)
Lucky Love (21st Jan 1997)
Boys Boys Boys (Mar 1997)
Gimme Hope Jo'Anna (23rd Jun 1997)
Knowing Me, Knowing You (20th Nov 1997)
Saturday Night (1998)
You Get My Heart (22nd Mar 1999)
Life (5th Jan 2000)
Piece Of My Heart (19th Jun 2000)
Honey Honey (2nd Apr 2001)
Vacation (3rd Jan 2008)
On My Own (7th Feb 2008)
Teardrops On My Guitar (27th Mar 2008)
Forgive (2nd Jun 2008)
Rush (16th Jun 2008)
Still Not Sorry (22nd Jul 2008)
Lovelight (14th Oct 2008)
Wonderful (9th Dec 2008)
You Belong With Me (15th Dec 2008)
Heavy Cross (2nd Dec 2009)
Ease On Down The Road (2010)
Make Me (5th Feb 2010)
Walk Right Now (4th May 2010)
Brass In Pocket (22nd May 2010)
Downtown (10th Jun 2010)
If We Ever Meet Again (30th Jul 2010)
Touch (25th Sep 2010)
Shadows Of The Night (12th May 2011)
Another Night (30th Jul 2011)
Good Feelin' (9th Sep 2011)
She Makes Me Wanna (27th Oct 2011)
Never Will Be Mine (24th Nov 2011)
#1 In Heaven (7th Apr 2012)
Her World Goes On (11th Apr 2012)
Glad You Came (25th May 2012)
Be My Lover (14th Jul 2012)
How We Do (Party) (26th Jul 2012)
We Are Never Getting Back Together (10th Nov 2012)
Red (30th Nov 2012)
State Of Grace (12th Dec 2012)
Stay Strong (20th Apr 2013)
I Knew You Were Trouble (9th May 2013)
Get Ready (24th Jul 2013)
They Long To Be Close To You (4th Mar 2014)
Find You (26th Aug 2014)
Break Free (27th Sep 2014)
Animals (13th Dec 2014)
Up (27th Jan 2015)
Hold Back The River (28th Apr 2015)
Touch Me (All Night Long) (23rd Jun 2015)
Alone (27th Oct 2015)
Ain't Too Cool (30th Jan 2016)
Candyman (3rd May 2016)
Hallelujah (23rd Dec 2016)
I Don't Wanna Live Forever (17th Jan 2017)
Silly Love Song (30th Jun 2017)
Put A Little Love In Your Heart (3rd Nov 2017)
Come Back & Stay (13th Jan 2018)
Records company : SAIFAM Publishing Group. All singles were recorded and mixed either at Factory Sound Studios, either at Mela Studio (both located in Verona). According to the project's official biography, the project featured Jo'-Jill House and Steve Cream, two 25 years old English artists, close friends not only on the stage. They have always had the passion for the music, and they were moving the first steps in the show business working like sessionmen in several record productions, when they met the producers Farina-Crivellente. The Housecream project was born. Although the music, their job in the clubs and the work in the studios for their new releases they don't leave their old habits. Jo'-Jill dedicates her free time to the dance and the photography, Steve dedicates his free time to his dogs.
The first single to be released by the project was entitled I Can't Go On. It was arranged and produced by F.C.F. (Farina/Crivellente/Facchinetti) with additional Production by Johnny Mix and Fabio Serra. It was mixed at Factory Sound Studios in Verona. Additional Remix by AGENT 333. It was released in 1993 under the label 21st Century.
Then, the next year, came the very nice Get Me Into Your Heart, featuring the voice of Jo. The music and the lyrics were written by M. Farina, G. Crivellente, and Annerly Gordon (which can make us think she is also the real vocalist) and F. Serra. It was produced by M. Farina and G. Crivellente with additional production by Johnny Mix and Fabio Serra, just as the previous single. On the vinyl one could find an Instrumental version, a V. D. A. Edit, and of course a radio version and a club mix. It was also released in Germany as maxi-CD, under the label ZYX.
In 1994 too was released the follow-up single : Lonely Mind. Same production team, and once again it featured the voice of Jo (maybe Annerly) with a rapper. The track would be later covered by TH Express, another SAIFAM project. The vinyl included a Club Mix, a Factory Team Remix and a Radio Mix (done by Johnny Mix and Fabio Serra), and a V.D.A. Edit (done by F. Turatti)
Then came Beat It in 1995, still produced by the duo Farina-Crivellente in collaboration with F. Turatti and Factory Team.The vinyl included the following mixes : Factory House Edit, Energy Power Mix, Euro-dance and Radio Mix
You Danger was released in 1996. It was composed and written by M. Farina, F. Turatti, G. Crivellente and Clara Moroni (who could also be the vocalist).
It was followed by Dance Boom Boom, a track written and composed by M. Farina, R. Stecca and F. Serra, with 4 mixes (Factory Team Mix, Radio Edit, Party-Mix and 70's Mix, these 2 latest being produced by R. Stecca and F. & M. Smania).
In 1997, a very prolific year, was released Lucky Love, which was composed by A. Bindella, M. Farina and F. Turatti. There were 3 mixes included : an Alviz Mix, a Guitar Latino Mix and a FM Edit.
The follow-up to Lucky Love was Gimme Hope Jo'Anna, a cover of Eddy Grant's hit. It included a B-side entitled Gimme Groove Jo'Anna, and featured the voice of Duffy. It was produced by M. Farina and F.Turatti, recorded for once at Universal Studios (still in Verona). Then came Knowing Me Knowing You, a cover of ABBA, with a B-side named Houzy, produced by F. Turatti alone.
The year 1998 started with Saturday Night, composed and written by F. Serra, M. Farina and G. Crivellente, back to Factory Sound Studios. Apart from the usual Factory Team Mix there was also a Barbie Mix and a 7" edit.
In 1999 was released You Get My Heart, produced by M. Farina and Factory Team, with 2 mixes only : a Factory dance Mix and a Factory Alternative Mix. Afterwards came Life, written and composed by M. Farina and F. Serra, the same year.
2000 : Housecream released Piece Of My Heart, composed and produced by the same team as usual.
2001 : their latest single was Honey Honey, once again a cover of ABBA.
2010 : Housecream released an bouncy cover of the Pretender's Brass In Pocket.
Thanks to Klems and Gianni
Don't Need Your Lovin' (1994)
All Of My Love (1995)
Crazy For Your Love (1996)
All Of My Love was written and composed by F. Scandolari and L. Carpella, recorded and arranged by F. Scandolari and L. de Preti, mixed by F. Scandolari at Union Studio, produced by Roby Arduini
Thanks to reBeL, Gianni and grof pl.
I Love You Tonight (1996)
Producer : Franco Diaferia. Label: Synth Records. The single was co-produced and arranged by R. Sansone, recorded and mixed at Synthesis Studio in Torino (Italy).
Keep On Dreamin' (Apr 1999)
Erika Houston took part to Photo's single Your Lover. She released a solo single in 1999 entitled Keep On Dreamin'.
Thanks to Marian Stoica
Artists and groups featuring Houston (Erika)
Photo - Your Lover (1996)
Father And Son (1996)
Don't Look Any Further (1997)
Lady Marmalade (1997)
All That I Need (1998)
Life Is A Rollercoaster (2000)
Let's Dance (1st Oct 2009)
Uptown Girl (1st Nov 2009)
We Will Rock You (18th Mar 2010)
Label : One Way Records. This Italian project specialized into dance covers of pop and rock classics. Their first single Father And Son was pretty successful. September and Lady Marmalade featured vocals by Vivian.
Who the Fuck Is HP Baxxter (25th Jan 2013)
Sweater Weather (28th Jun 2013)
H.P. Baxxter (real name Hans Peter Geerdes) was born on March 16th 1966 in Leer (Germany). He studied law for one semester, but he ultimately completed an apprenticeship as a wholesale and foreign trade buyer. Then he moved to Hannover to make music... In 1986, he founded the band Celebrate the Nun, together with his friend Rick J. Jordan (real name : Hendrik Stedler) and HP's sister Britt Maxime. They split in 1991, and HP found a job in Edel records A&R department where he met Jens Thele.
In 1993, HP, Rick, Jens and Ferris Bueller (H.P.'s cousin), started the remix team The Loop which had its own Loop! D.C. Studio in Hamburg. They also founded Scooter... With over 20 top-ten hits, they became the most successful single-record German acts.
2004 : he split with his girlfriend Lital Hoch.
2006 : on May 6th 2006, he married his girlfriend Simone Mostert (his second wife). He was jury member of Viva's casting show Hot Or Not.
2007 : In December, HP Baxter co-presented The Dome 40 and Scooter performed Behind The Cow.
2009 : on July 30th, during the video shoot of J'adore Hardcore in Mallorca, H P Baxxter was almost a victim of a car bomb attack. According to Michael Simon, HP went to report a theft to the police. When the police sent him away to find a translator from German to Spanish, Baxxter left, and within minutes the bomb exploded.
Together with with other German artists Jeanette Biedermann, Tobias Künzel (from Die Prinzen), Guildo Horn and Sylvia Kollek, HP was a member of the German national jury of Eurovision Song contest in Moscow.
2011 : HP and Simone got divorced, on the morning of The Stadium Techno Inferno...
2012 : HP will be among the 4 jury members of X Factor 2012 on German channel Vox.
HP is 1,88m tall. He is also known under various nicknames : Candyman, Sheffield Dave, Screaming Lord, Ice, Chicks Terminator... He owns and collects many old British cars. Baxxter has stated that he is a fan of the United Kingdom, and the people of the U.K. "Find out what you are unable to do and then go and do it!" is one of H.P.’s favourite quotes.
Artists and groups featuring HP Baxxter
Scooter - Aiii Shot The DJ (2001), Back In The UK (1995), Break It Up (1996), Call Me Manana (1999), Endless Summer (1995), Faster Harder Scooter (1999), Fire (1997), Friends (1995), Fuck The Millennium (1999), How Much Is The Fish (1998), Hyper Hyper (1994), I'm Raving (1996), I'm Your Pusher (2000), Let Me Be Your Valentine (1996), Move Your Ass (1995), No Fate (1997), Rebel Yell (1996), She's The Sun (2000), The Age Of Love (1997), Vallée De Larmes (1994), We Are The Greatest / I was Made For Loving You (1998)
Hok Baba Jimmy (1996)
Label : Hawk Records. Andy White was the producer of the project (he has also contributed to BASP and Mach 7). Hok Baby Jimmy was written by H.R. Beat. It was engineered by Anders Thorslund at City Recordings Studio in Stockholm. Sleeve design by Madeleine Gröndahl.
Thanks to reBeL and EuroBoy
See High State Logic
Cool It (1996)
She Was Crying (1998)
No, it's not spelled the wrong way ! Their name is Hubo Bosss with three s.
A first single was recorded in 1995. Entitled Cool It, it featured the lyrics of Lydia Hermann (who had previously collaborated with Felix).
Music and lyrics were written and composed by Hubo Bosss and Paul Simmons. The single Angel was recorded by Kurt Höfler at the HÖF-Audio Studios. All tracks were produced and published by HÖF-Audio. The maxi Angel contained 4 tracks : Radio Edit, Extended Version, Time Spirit Mix and the bonustrack I Want Your Love Forever. At this time, Hubo performed with 2 girls called Claudia and Nicole.
Hubo Bosss released one more single under just his last name. Unconfirmed information say that another maxi called Heaven was released.
Thanks to Vision, EuroBoy, BroderTuck and reBeL
Melvin Hudson was rapper for Joy Salinas, he appeared on the singles People Talk and Hands Off. He was also featured by Max 'N' Frank Minoia on the singles Groove On and Rumors, by Livexpress (aMax 'N' Frank Minoia production) Soul Train To Paradise in 1992, and sooner by Paradise Orchestra on Satisfy Your Dream in 1989.
He also released a solo single in 1989 called Right On Time.
Georgia On My Mind (17th Sep 1992)
Shine On (6th May 1993)
One More Time (17th Jun 1994)
Unreleased Dubs (9th Oct 1995)
Higher (6th Feb 1996)
Hugh K (Hugues Kanza) is a Belgian artist. Shine On, one of his his first singles, was released in 1993 under Private Life Records. It included an Extended Version, a Radio Organ Edit, an Organ Mix and a Feeling Version. It was composed by Vito Lucente (aka Junior Jack) and E. Imhauser, arranged by V. Lucente, produced by PLRP.
Then came One More Time the next year. One could find on the CD-maxi a radio edit, an Extended version, an Underground Mix, an Underground Radio a Dub version and a N.Y. Live Dub.
His third single Unreleased Dub included a Shelter Dub, a Limelight Dub, a N.Y. Live Dub and a Impuls By Night Dub of his hit Shine On. His last single Higher was quite succesful, especially in England (a UK-remixes CD was even released in February 1997). It was produced by PLRP (Private Life Records Portugal).
His singles were licensed under ZYX in Germany.
He also took part to Junior Jack (his former producer), Kaf'e, Mr. Jack, and Room 5.
Hugo Rap (1994)
Hoppla Hugo (1995)
I Know It's Heaven (1995)
Show Me The Way (1996)
Hugo was at first a video game character used for TV shows (in France this show was named Hugo Délires, presented by Karen Cheryl). In Germany, someone had the idea the he could also be the hero of a dance song.
A first single entitled Hugo Rap was released in 1994 (with a B-side : Hugo Hop), composed and written by Neil Anthony Quinton.
Then, a maxi called Hoppla Hugo was out in 1995. It contained 4 versions : Radio Edit, Extended Mix, Dance Mix and Power Mix. It was once again produced, composed and written by Neil Anthony Quinton and published by Roba Music. There were also a compilations series : Hugo's Mega Dance. The same year, a single called I Know It's Heaven was released as the Hugo & The Witch.
Show Me The Way was released in 1996 under Metronome Musik GmbH in Germany. It was composed by Alexander Hawking (who also wrote the lyrics) and Sebastian Pobot. The maxi featured four mixes : Video Mix, Hugo's Mega Dance Mix, Wunderbar Party Mix and Ride Your Snowboard Remix. It's an uptempo, happy eurotune featuring a female vocalist called Judith Hildebrandt (no relationship with the Mr President vocalist)... and of course Hugo's German voice.
Thanks to Vision
The Voice (1995)
Label : Reflex Records. The single The Voice was arranged by S. Ghilardi, lead vocals were sung by Giorgia Barrows. It was licensed under Max Music in Spain.
Beam Me Up (19th Dec 1994)
Beam Me Up is a very interesting eurodance track released in 1995 under ZYX. It was composed and written by J. Kjolhede, J. Lokosa, A. Gregl and T. Schmidt.
No relationship with Human Nature, Australia's most successful vocal boy band.
The project featured vocals by Kate Mc Kanzie. Label : Dig It.
Never was written by Claudio Bernobic, Luigi Modolo and M. Zorzetto, recorded and mixed by Claudio Fabbri at One Touch Studio, produced by C. Bernobic and L. Modolo, with additional production by Nenad Cirjak. Vocals were sung by Julia. The Bingo Boys were thanked. Label: DFC
Do You Know My Name (2nd May 1994)
Take Me To Your Heart (2nd Oct 1994)
Humanize's 2 singles were relased in Italy under the label Italian Style.
Do You Know My Name was also released in Germany (label Motor Music) the same day of the year 1993. It was composed and written by G. Piano, C. Piccinelli, M. Marcoli and V. Gaffurini (ISP 1230).
The follow-up Take Me To Your Heart was released in 1994 (ISP 1274). It was written by G. Piano, W. Cremonini, A. Gilardi and L. Piccinelli. It was produced by Humanize, arranged by G. Piano, mixed by W. Cremonini and A. Gilardi.
Thanks to grof pl.
Feel The Power ()
I've Gotta Have Your Love (1995)
The Hunga Munga is an African tribal weapon. I've Gotta Have Your Love was arranged by Steven Saccavino, written and produced by Alex Badella and Steven Saccavino, programmed and mixed by Alex Badella. Label : Feel & Keep.
Thanks to EuroRama
A Little Piece Of Magic (1989)
Something Strong (1988)
Lady Marmalade (1990)
I Gave You All This Love (1991)
Take Good Care Of Me Baby (1997)
Lisa Hunt has sung with some of the biggest names in the industry, from Ray Charles to Pavarotti. She has sung with Zucchero, Paul Young, and as lead vocalist for UK artist Lovestation (Shine On Me in 1993), Mad Moses (Stand Up in 1998) and Eastern Street (Treat Me Right). She also worked in collaboration with Jimmy Barnes, Diesel, and even rocked with Midnight Oil (Australia). Critics have called her a "true force of nature".
Lisa Hunt was the vocalist of the German project Hysterie, and the Italian project Dance Nature (and maybe some other eurodance productions). She also recorded the single Love Come Rescue Me with Lovestation.
Lisa Hunt now sings soul music. She released some singles, such as Shine in Switzerland and Germany (2002), and The Key in Italy and Canada (2002). She recorded a solo album called Can You Feel It and went on tour in 2003 (Lisa Hunt's Forver Souls Show). In 2004 a new tour is planned (Lisa Hunts Summer Of Soul Tour 2004).
Artists and groups featuring Hunt (Lisa)
Dance Nature - Rhythm Of Love (1995)
Hysterie - Are You Man Enough (1996), Call Me (1993), Midnight Hour (1993)
Mad Moses - Stand Up (1998)
The Club - It's A Love Thing (1994)
Bang Bang Baby (1989)
1.Hey Senorita, 2.Physical Attraction, 3.God Is Love, 4.Meet My Friend, 5.Romeo, 6.Bang Bang Baby, 7.May Day, 8.USSR, 9.Take A Look In My Heart, 10.Up and Down,
Up And Down (1986)
Meet My Friend (1987)
May Day (1988)
Physical Attraction (1989)
Band Bang Baby (1989)
Hey Senorita (1989)
Shock In My Heart (21st Dec 1989)
Love For Russia (2009)
Also see his interview
Edward Huntington was born on 29 October 1965 in England. His father worked in coal-mine and mother was a house-wife. His parents wanted Eddy to be a doctor or a priest, but his plans were connected with music.
When Eddy was seventeen years old he started work in the shop with the music records. When he was 20 he's gone to London, where he's been working for several years in various discoteques as a DJ. With the money he earned, he paid for the dance-course in the well-known studio "Pineapple". In the meantime Eddy has been working as a model, as well. During one of his shows he met Roberto Turatti, Den Harrow's producer.
His greatest hits are: USSR, Up And Down, Physical Attraction and May Day. He released the only one album titled Bang Bang Baby in 1989. He also released his own version of Den Harrow 's song Meet My Friend.
Huntington left the music industry in the early 1990s and trained to become a primary school teacher in the UK. He taught at Eldon Grove Primary School in Hartlepool teaching children. He provided after school drama and singing lessons as well as everyday lessons. He then moved to Thailand for 2 years with his wife teaching at Bangkok Patana School. There his youngest son was born, which prompted a move back to England, where he is the deputy head of a community primary school.
2003 : USSR was remixed by Beatbone.
2005 : he opened the Discoteka '80s concerts in Russia.
2009 : he released the single Love For Russia.
Artists and groups featuring Huntington (Eddy)
Beatbone - USSR 2003 (2003)
Power To Jump (1994)
Power To Jump sampled female vocals of Jeriko We Are The Power. It was produced, conducted and mixed by Gian Luca Casini and Robby Ruini aka DJ Hurricane, published by Gli Gnomi Ed. Musicali Srl, released under the label Heavy records.
Belgian producer, sound engineer and flute player Jean-François Hustin contributed to eurodance projects such as Black Diamond, Bobbylone, Dolbee, Jerrel, Technotronic, Rozlyne Clarke
During his carreer, he also worked a huge number of artists, such as Abel Azdad, Airco, Alain Pire, Ana Leonora, Aprile, Arielle Dombasle, Arker, Arthur Devreux, Atomique DeLuxe, Avex Group, Bender & Schillinger, Bitchaeikuu, Bendee Oz, Benjamin Schoos, Big Moustache Bandits, Birane, Black sun act, Blondstone, Blue Velvet, Bouther & Bouther, Bulbes, Bruno Bailly (Bluemix), Carrefour Bongos, Chickfight, Céléna et Sophia, Claire Spineux, CNR Music, Coka Mangue Camara, Cyclo, Dalton Télégramme, Daniel Romagnoli, Dany Willem, David Atria, De Ferre Trio, Didier Dessers, Djinn Saout, Dock in absolute, Donjona, Droma, Dyna B, Ensemble Darius, Erno, Erwan#Erwan, Eté 67, Fabian Munda, Fantome, Filiamotsa, First Rage, Flying Fish Jumps, Folk en stock, Frakas Productions, Full of Suedoises, Grand Blanc, Green moon, Géraldine Cozier, Hoboken Division, Home Records, Impact FM, Jacques Duvall, Jali, Jennifer Mc Cray, Joachim Caffonnette Quintet, Karim Baggili, Karma Nova, Keep The Blues, Kiss me Tiger, Kloé K, Konoba, La Horde, La Mante productions, LG Jazz Collective, La Première, Laurent Barbier Quartet, Le crapo, Léa Cohen, Les Rtardataires, Li-lo*, Lieutenant, London Records, Luna Gritt, Marka, Miam Monster Miam, Michèle Bernier, Michel Fourgon, Mr Yaz, Mustafa Avsar, Nicolas Michaux, Nommo, Nook Karavan, Oldan, Oleando, Olivia Auclair, Olivier Gustin (Signal Flow), Oscar Lezar, Perry Rose, Philippe Doyen, Photis Ionatos, Pinto, Puggy, Quintessence, Rastaban, Renaud Patigny, Ruby, RTL, Sara Giraudeau, Seed To Tree, Silence Breakers, Silva, Studio32 (Christophe Dubois), Steven Kamperman, Syma, T&T, Tali Toké, Tedmo Festival, Télévesdre, Temsé, The Black Hat, The loved drones, The Yokel, Universal Music, Va à la Plage, Verginiya Project, Vincent Clastrier, Vivacité, Vincent Mossiat, Waves of Paranoia, Wendy Nazaré, Yannick Poinsignon, Yew, Yvette Berger, Zach Février, Zola Quartet
He currently works as a sound engineer in Liège province studio and for Signal Flow audio teaching centre
Artists and groups featuring Hustin (Jean-Francois)
Black Diamond - Go With Love (1995), Let Me Be (1994)
Bobbylone - Give Me You Love (1995)
Dolbee - Yes I Wanna Do (1994)
Jerrel - It Must Be Love (1995), Tell Me The Secret (1995)
MC X - The Night Is Mine (1995)
Voice X - Let's Get Movin' (1994)
Secrets (25th Mar 1994)
Miracle Of Love (10th Feb 1995)
These 2 singles were released under the Italian label Domino Records. Secrets was wirtten and composed by G. Trivellato, produced by G. Trivellato and G. Sacchetto, arranged by M. and F. Smania and Neuromancer, recorded and mixed at ladyland Recording stuido. Lisa F. was credited on this single.
Feelings And Memories ()
Label: Exex Records
Thanks to Steve
I've Got To Dance (1992)
Bach Is Back (Jan 1992)
Naked In The Rain (1994)
My Life (1995)
Bach Is Still Alive (1999)
Hyena is a band now composed of two elements : Morena (female lead vocalist, dance) and Nana (male rapper and dance).
The first single Bach Is Back came out in January 1992 and was the first track released by LED Records. It was a techno track that was really successful, especially in Japan where it entered Top 5 club charts with AVEX. Then followed the singles I've Got To Dance, also released in 1992, still featuring Morena who confirmed her talent in the world of dance music, with DJ Patric and Ricky Traum as guest.
In the end of 1993 Morena recorded Starlight, Hyena's third single; as lead vocalist and a few months later obtained good results all over Europe and in other countries as Canada and Australia. Then she met Nana (maybe Nana Abrokwa ?), a young coloured African rapper with a catchy voice and a nice way to sing and established with him the new band. Now Hyena's group is working on a new single with LED production team. This new team recorded Naked In The Rain in 1994. It was produced, written and arranged by Gino Caria and A. Gioia, remastered by L. Stranga & I. Gechele.
The following year, My Life was released under the label Why, a subdivision of LED, produced by G.Caria and S.Spiritelli. In the US, it was licensed under Lime. More recently Bach Is Still Alive was released in 1999.
Bach Is Back is still on the market with Toshiba's compilation Dancemania Super Techno and a Japanese top selling remixing team is working on a new millennium remix.
LED Records website
Thanks to Leonardo Marmolejo Maldonado and EuroRama
1.You Don't Know What I Want, 2.Find Another Way, 3.Dingabong, 4.You And I, 5.Hands Up, 6.All Of Your Dreams, 7.True Love, 8.Run Away, 9.Don't Want You To Go, 10.Promises, 11.Like It Fast, 12.Dingabong (Underground mix),
Run Away ()
True Love ()
You Don't Know What I Want (1995)
Set U Free (1996)
Hands Up (1996)
All Of Your Dreams (1997)
The Norvegian project Hype, produced by LéCream, is made of 2 rappers (among them, David J, who had also taken part to the project Black Label) and the female vocalist Linda Johansen, who is one of Norway's most famous nude model, as well as former editor-in-chief of porn magazine Lek (and not a pornstar as usually mentioned). Maybe that's why their first and only album was called Provocative... The song All Of Your Dreams was originally released on the album in 1995 as a ballad, but on the single release in 1997 it was remixed into euroreagge.
The album was recorded in Studio Nova, Norway. It was mixed and mastered by Robert O. Engen. All songs were published by Air Music/Hype Records.
The album track Hands Up was originally recorded by the Swedish project Black Label, (Lé Cream also took part to this project) but for some reason they never released it as maxi (only as promo single). They gave it to Hype (on the cover of Hype's album one can read "copyright by Svenska EMI")
All Of Your Dreams, Hype's last single, was released in 1997. The same year, Linda adopted one of the first Bengali cats that were imported to Norway.
2000 : Linda opened 2 beauty salons, Beauty Lounge and Beauty Express. Later, she launched her own brand of make up.
2004 : Linda released her autobiography, entitled For alles øyne.
2013 : Linda took part to season 9 of Skal vi danse? (Norway's version of Dance with Stars) but unfortunately she was the first eliminated.
Thanks to Jøsse, reBeL, Necronomic and MelodyMan
Thanks to Lé Cream himself
Pump This Party (1994)
Label : DMX (Discomagic). The single was composed and arranged by M. Gioia , M. Minieri and P. Micioni. The executive producers were Paul and Peter Micioni. It was mixed by P. Micioni, recorded by M. Gioia and M. Minieri at Gimmick Studio in Rome (Italy), produced for Big Doings Productions.
No to be confused with the Norwegian project Hype.
Thank to Martin
Thanks to Apho
Oh Hanukkah (2013)
Tonight (Jan 2013)
Ever Since I Met You (30th May 2014)
Vocals on Tonight were done by Amanda Martindale and Chandice Anastasia, while raps were performed by Menga and Scatter Brain. Oh Hanukkah appeared on compilation Christmas Joy & Passion
Let Me Feel It (1994)
Label: Euphoric. Let Me Feel It was produced and written by Corky & Casta
Thanks to Gianni
Only Me (1995)
U Got The Love (Aug 1996)
Only Me (98 remixes) (1998)
Hyperlogic is a project of Paul Janes. He is a well-known UK hard-house producer, remixer & engineer. He has had a heavy hand in the makings of today's Hard Dance scene. He has recorded under many pseudonyms for labels including Tidy Trax, Untidy Trax, Nukleuz, Vicious Circle Recordings, Tripoli Trax, Elasticman, Nebula, Bulletproof Records, Recharge, Frantic, Overdose Records & Hotwax to name a few. He released tracks under the names and aliases Eldon Tyrell, Ground Zero, Houserockers, Majestic, Red Hand Gang, The, UK Gold, Untidy DJ's and Untidy Dubs. He contributed to the projects APA, Lexa, Lunn & Janes, Terrance & Phillip.
Only Me was released in 1995 and the maxi contained 4 versions of the song; Hyper Edit, P+C Mix (dont by Tall Paul and Craig Yefet), Red Jerry Mix (Red Jerry took part to projects such as JX and remixed 20 Fingers' Short Dick Man) and Journey Part 1. The label was Systematic.
A promo version was also released, it included a remix by Moratto.
The follow-up single was entitled U Got The Love, out in August 1996. A remixes vinyl was released the same month, under the name U Got The Love disc 2.
The '98 mixes of Only Me were released under various names. The one called Only Mr '98 included contained 2 remixes by Doug Laurent. The one called The Recycle EP Disc One contained 1 remix by Doug Laurent along with a track of Signum. They were released under Tidy Trax and Edel records.
Thanks to Vision
Show Me How U Feelin' (1994)
Hypermatic was a project produced by Denzil Slemming and Nick Name featuring a female vocalist and a male rapper. Show Me How U Feelin', a superb eurodance track, was featured on Japanese compilation Maharaja Night House Revolution Vol. 9.
Sexy Feeling (1994)
Both singles were arranged by Armando Maggiorana and C. Italiano. Label : CUT Records.
Lost In Space (1992)
1.Lost Memory's, 2.Space War's, 3.Planet To Planet, 4.Lost In Space, 5.Battle Of Time, 6.Wave Runner, 7.Last Fight, 8.Vocoder Dream, 9.Lost In Space (Remix), 10.Wave Runner (Dub),
Lost In Space (1992)
Moving Through The Night (22nd Sep 1994)
Label : ZYX
Moving Through The Night was produced, arranged and composed by Humphrey Robertson.
The album Lost In Space was re-released in 2000, in the collection Golden Dance Classics.
Thanks to reBeL
I Like Chopin (28th Aug 1995)
I Believe In Fantasy (16th Sep 1996)
Funky Divas (27th May 1997)
Ocean Of Passion (19th Jan 1998)
Label : Happy Music (distributed by Da Music)
DJ Starmax is the creator of the Hypnotic Beat project. On the single I Believe In Fantasy one could find 4 versions of the song : a Radio edit, a Club mix, an In the Air mix and a Chill Out mix. Vocals were done by Keziban Kacan.
Thanks to Eurodance rage
We Can Make It (1995)
Get Into The Light (10th May 1996)
Get Into The Light was released under DJ Movement records. It featured the voice of Ladiva. Maybe it's the same project, maybe not.
Take Me Higher (1991)
Love Nature (1991)
Energy Express (1992)
Do You Feel (1993)
Something About You (1995)
Label : DJ Movement records. Hysteria was featured by House Traffic for the single Everyday Of My Life and TFO for the single Magic. Do You Feel was written and composed by Pier Rossini, M. Giorgi. N. Brullo, C. Aiello. Love Nature (a trance track with freestyle sounds) was released in 1991 under the label New Music, then it appeared on the compilation The Cyber Selection (released under DJ Movement label in 1995).
Energy Express featured the voice of TFD, it was produced by M. Mori and Pier Rossini.
Another single was released under the name Hysteria : Take Me Higher (vocals by Miss Nina, programmed by Emil Hellman) under BTB. Maybe it's the same artist, maybe not...
Artists and groups featuring Hysteria
TFO - Magic (1994)
Midnight Hour (1993)
Call Me (15th Sep 1993)
(Oh Oh Oh There Is) Nobody (27th Jan 1994)
You're The One (10th Jan 1995)
Are You Man Enough (24th Apr 1996)
Sunshine On You (2002)
Be My Lover (2003)
Hysterie are Mehmet Sönmez (the foundator of the project) & Ramin Naghachian (techno/ambient/trance artist and producer from Frankfurt, Germany). This German project features the voice of Lisa Hunt.
The music of Midnight Hour was composed by Mehmet Sönmez, Amir Saraf, Rashid Nouri & Uli Brenner (also responsible for projects such as La Bouche). The lyrics were written by W. Pickett, S. Cropper and Lisa Hunt herself.
The follow-up Call Me was written by by Lisa Hunt. The music was composed by Ramin Naghachian, Amir Saraf, Mehmet Sönmez, Rashid Nouri & Non Eric. It included a Radio Edit, a A.M. Mix, a Non Eric's Orlando Mix and a Rhythm Mix.
In 1995 came the single You're The One. The music was composed by Mehmet Sönmez, Saraf & Helena Paul. The lyrics were written by Helena Paul and Mehmet Sönmez. The vocals were done this time by Raquel Gomez.
The follow-up was entitled Are You Man Enough. This time Lisa Hunt was back. The music was composed by Frank Love Joy (Mehmet Sönmez), Main Bridge (Ramin Naghachian) & Lisa Hunt. The lyrics were written by Lisa Hunt.
All the singles were released under Logic Records.
In 2002, 2 new singles were released : Sunshine On You and Movin (feat TY).
Thanks to reBeL and Gianni
Ramin Naghachian - Unofficial Discography