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It's Got You Groovin' (1993)
Written and produced by N Brigade. Mixed by Statikk.
Thanks to reBeL
Feu Sacré (1985)
Bad Boys (1990)
Singer, songwriter and dancer Laurent N'Diaye starred in the movies La Boum in 1980 and La Boum 2 in 1982, playing the role of Arnaud. Then he did vocal and dance studies in Berlin. He released the singles Feu Sacré in 1985 and Bad Boys in 1990. He was frontman for projects Lorenz D and Bangman. He also contributed as songwriter to Black 4 White Cannibal, Digilove Touch Me and PoLo I Want You.
He appeared in some musicals in Germany, Switzerland in Italy. In 2000 he was working on a solo album which would include the song Juanita Banana (a Henri Salvador cover).
Artists and groups featuring N'Diaye (Laurent)
Bangman - Bang Bang (1996)
Black 4 White - Cannibal (1995)
DC Mark - I Need You (1995)
Digilove - Touch Me (1994)
Lorenz D - Mystery (1995)
PoLo - I Want You (1995)
Real name : Andy Lutschounig.
Produced and composer for the project 3-0-Matic, his name also appears on Pharao's first album : along with Frank Lio (aka Achim Kleist) he had produced the tracks King Pharao and It's Your Way under the name Dance Syndicate.
Later, Dance Syndicate established in Munchen and became Syndicate Music and contributed to the projects Worlds Apart, Just Friends, Sqeezer, Atemlos, No Angels, Tears, Bro' Sis and Lou Bega.
2005 : N-dee contributed as composer, instruments player and songwriter to DJ Bobo's album Pirates Of Dance. This was not the first time : Syndicate Music had already composed many songs for DJ Bobo earlier.
Artists and groups featuring N-Dee
2 For Good - I'll Be Waiting For You (1997)
3-O-Matic - Hand In Hand (1995), Success (1994)
DJ Bobo - Pirates Of Dance (2005)
Diskoking - Only Love (2001)
Dreamland (2) - Indian Power (1994)
Just Friends - Take My Heart (1998)
Natural Forces - Energy Of Love (1994)
Noizefactory - Reach Out (1994)
Sqeezer - Blue Jeans (French version) (1996), Sweet Kisses (1996), Wake Up (1998), Wishing You Were Here (1999), Without You (1998)
Save Your Love (1994)
The single was produced by G. Gautschi, written by A.Rosari and F.Antoniali and mixed by M.Lehmann and F.Antoniali
Thanks to WebDJs
Electronic Pleasure (16th Nov 1995)
1.What Is Your Pleasure ?, 2.Electronic Pleasure, 3.Stayin' Alive, 4.I Will Take You There, 5.(Just) Let It Go, 6.Set You Free, 7.Softly (Dragging Me Down), 8.Do You Wanna Rock ?, 9.Gimme 1 2 3 4 5, 10.I Don't Wanna Lose Your Love Again, 11.That's All We Need, 12.Stayin' Alive (Long Version),
Happy Hour (20th Apr 1998)
1.Da Ya Think I'm Sexy ?, 2.Paradise City, 3.Tears In The Rain, 4.Broken Dreams, 5.Feel Good, 6.D.I.S.C.O., 7.Andare Con Me, 8.If, 9.Superstition, 10.Amadeus, 11.The Mind Of The Machine,
Best Of (2002)
1.Set You Free (Rob Searle Remix), 2.Stayin' Alive (Radio Version), 3.Do Ya Think I'm Sexy? (Ultimate Radio), 4.D.I.S.C.O. (Radio Version), 5.Paradise City (Ultimate Radio), 6.Forever (Voodoo and Serano Edit), 7.Electronic Pleasure (Radio Edit), 8.Turn Up The Power (Radio Edit), 9.Broken Dreams (Radio Version), 10.Shake Ya Body (Ultimate Radio), 11.Te Quiero 2001, 12.Tears in the Rain (Radio Edit), 13.Mind of the Machine (Radio Edit), 14.Violent Mechanical Psychopath, 15.Set You Free (Original Radio Mix), 16.Set You Free (Voodoo and Serano Edit), 17.Forever (Infinity Mix), 18.N-Trance Megamix,
Turn Up The Power (28th Mar 1994)
Set You Free (20th Apr 1994)
Stayin' Alive (1st Aug 1995)
Electronic Pleasure (2nd Nov 1995)
(Just) Let It Go (1996)
D.I.S.C.O. (16th Apr 1997)
The Mind of The Machine (Aug 1997)
Da Ya Think I'm Sexy ? (20th Oct 1997)
Broken Dreams (12th Mar 1998)
Paradise City (2nd Jun 1998)
Tears In The Rain (15th Dec 1998)
Shake Ya Body (21st Jun 2000)
Set You Free 2001 (11th Oct 2001)
Set You Free 2002 (7th Jan 2002)
Forever (1st Oct 2002)
Destiny (Mar 2003)
I'm In Heaven (2004)
Nothing Lasts Forever (2009)
Set You Free 2009 (2009)
Is This Love (2010)
Electronic Pleasure (1996)
Set You Free (Spencer & Hill Remix) (4th Apr 2017)
Set You Free (Jase Thirlwall Remix) (30th Jan 2020)
Vocals : Kelly Llorenna,
Jerome Stokes, David Grant (and his choir)
Rappers : Ricardo Da Force, T-1 K
N-Trance have proved themselves to be one of the biggest UK newcomersin 1995 following immense success with their two releases Set You Free and Stayin'Alive. N-Trance are Dale Longworth and Kevin O'Toole ; back in 1991 they met at a Manchester college whilst studying on a sound engineering course.They decided to form a band which went through a variety of names before ending up with N-Trance.
In late 1991 they came to the attention of some local labels and, aftera little deliberation, plumped for PWL-off shoot 380 Records (now more familiaras Eastern Bloc Records) in January 1992. Following a frustrating year without a commercial release they got out of that deal and eventually signed to AATW (All Around The World) in September 1993.
Their first commercial release was Set You Free (the video cost only £ 5,000) which on this occasion reached the dizzy heights of #82 in the national chart. It was re-released in April '94 when it peaked at #39 - at last a top 40 hit and that was thought to be the end of Set You Free.
Turn Up The Power was brought out in October of the same year and went straight into the national chart at 23. Featuring the superb voice of Loveland vocalist Rachel McFarlane and raps by T1-K, Turn Up The Power really established them as a band who make quality music. It also served to re-awaken interest in Set You Free which was re-released in January of last year. Upon it's third release Set You Free really did fly into the charts, debuting at #6, it eventually peaked at #2 - selling a massive 600 000 units in the UK. It was, in fact, the sixth biggest selling single of the year and elevated them to new heights with success across the world including top 20 status in Europe and Australia.
Having a hit of the proportions of Set You Free did present a problem : the follow-up single really did have to be something special. In N-Trance's case - it was. Stayin' Alive featured Ricardo Da Force - formerly of the KLF. When he heard the demo for Stayin' Alive, Ricardo thought it was a track that he had to do. Upon its release in the UK it debuted at #2 - which gave some indication of how strongly it was anticipated by N-Trance's rapidly expanding fan-base and the general public alike. Internationally, Stayin Alive was one of the biggest UK exports of 1995, reaching #1 in Australia and being top 5 in almost every country of the world.
In November 1995, N-Trance's long awaited debut album, Electronic Pleasure, was finally available. It comprised 12 tracks including all the singles. The album did go a little deeper than just being three or four singles packaged with eight fillers; every track was there on merit.
People have commented on how the three singles released so far were differed from each other - the Euro-style Turn Up The Power, 140 bpm breakbeat Set You Free and the groove of Stayin' Alive. The variation of styles continued on the album, but all tracks had the common theme of being great songs (especially the tracks (Just) Let It Go, Do You Wanna Rock and I Will Take You There). Other artists featured on the album included the multi-talented David Grant and his choir; one of the World's best saxophonist's Snake Davis, the female vocalist Gillian Wisdom and the superb ex-Love Decade vocalist Jerome Stokes.
Their next single was Electronic Pleasure - the title track.Once again featuring the raps of Ricardo Da Force and the vocals of Gillian Wisdom it was another superb euro single, probably their best ever, and an obvious smash to follow the success of the three previous hits. It reached #11 in the UK chart. The video, shot in a freezing cold morgue in a disused mental hospital, featured the band's latest toy, a World War 2 army tank
In 1995 N-Trance also made remix for the single Do You Wanna Party of DJ Scott featuring Lorna B.
In 1997 they were back with a single called D.I.S.C.O. a real disco groove in 90's style (the music reminded a track of the Compagnie Creole but it was originally sung by Ottawan in 1980). The raps were done by Ricardo Da Force. Then came The Mind of the Machine with vocals by Kelly Llorenna, also featuring the Brit actor Steven Berkof, which entered top 20. In September 1997 they released a cover of Do Ya Think I'm Sexy (a cover of Rod Stewart 's hit), a song in the same style and concept as their old cover hit Stayin' Alive. Rod Steward did the vocals himself, duet with Ricardo as rapper.
N-Trance released a single in March 1998 called Broken Dreams (an adaptation of Mr. Misters song Broken Wings). N-Trance also finally released the album Happy Hour, containing all the newest hits, a total of 11 songs, unfortunately very far from Eurodance.
Later in 1998 N-Trance released a cover of the Guns'n'Roses hit Paradise City (with Ricardo Da Force and Kelly Llorenna). Their last original single so far was called Tears In The Rain (a duet of Kelly Lorenna with Jerome Stokes). They also did a tour in Australia with with rap legends Run DMC
2000 : they released a cover of Michael Jackson's Shake Ya Body (Down On The Ground) featuring the rapper Lee Woolfe and as usual Kelly Llorenna. This would be the last N-Trance single featuring male rap.
In October 2001, N-Trance released a remix of Set You Free : it contained remixes by Rob Searle, Voodoo & Serano, BM Dubs and Tidy Trax.
One year later, they released a Best of album which was hugely successful. Then in September 2002, they released a brand new single featuring the voice of Kelly Llorenna : Forever, which was pretty succesful. The video was shot at Camelaird Shipyard in Birkenhead, inside one of the biggest warehouses in the country
2003 : Destiny was the name of their following single, once again with Kelly Llorenna, it scored another top 40 hit. Produced by Michael Menke (who produced some videos for Scooter), video was shot entirely on location in Mallorca. During 2003 a new studio was built and work began on their third studio album, Nightfall originally planned for spring 2004. The same year, in September, they produced a track for the singer Karen Parry.
2004 : they are back with a new female vocalist, called Gillian Tennant (ex Q-tex vocalist). The new single is entitled I'm In Heaven.
2005 : N-trance producers are behind the project Freeloaders and their single So Much Love To Give. It entered Top 10 in the UK and Top 50 in Germany. Their dancer Lee Limer did a quick appearance in the TV show Never Mind the Buzzcocks.
2006 : On 8th October N-Trance recorded their new single entitled Nothing Lasts Forever. The following moth, they performed it for the first time in Liverpool. It should be released as promo in 2007.
They plan to finish the previously uncompleted album The Mind Of The Machine. They'll probably do a limited run of CDs but will also be available as a download. It will only feature vocals by members of N-Trance between 1996 and 1998. After this has been done they plan to start a new N-Trance album from scratch, and the old songs that we released that weren't on any previous albums won't be included. They explain that album could be a bit darker than usual, and that they are "tempted to go back to their roots and do a big beat piano style album".
2007 : in February, some new tracks were recorded : As The Sun Goes Down, a dance song, and When Tomorrow Comes, a slow romantic song. No date for a new single however...
2008 : N-trance team are the resident DJ for Clubland Ibiza this Summer, so there will be Kelly Llorenna singing in there quite regularly.
2009 : the producers presented the new performers team who will front the project : the new vocalist Lynsey-Jane Barrow joins the former members T-1K and Lee Limer, the original dancer and showman from the infamous stage performances back in the early 90’s.
2010 : N-Trance released a new single entitled Is this Love, featuring their new vocalist Lynsey Jane Barrow. The name of the forthcoming album is Brainstorm. In October Joe Cox, one of their former dancers, passed away.
Remixes done by N-trance :
Divine Inspiration - The Way (Jan 2003)
DJ Scott featuring Lorna B - Do You Wanna Party
Dreamhouse - Stay (June 1995)
Jeff Wayne - Forever Autumn (April 2000)
Kelly Llorenna - Brighter Day (Nov 2002)
Mix Factory - Take Me Away (Paradise)
Trinity X - Forever (October 2002 )
Scooter - Posse (Nov 2002), Weekend (Jan 2003)
Q-Tex - The Power Of Love (March 2003)
Ultrabeat - Pretty Green Eyes (April 2003)
N-Trance official Website
N-trance at AATW
Thanks to Mheidi, Tavi Meran, Anton “MC Ka$per” Skaletsky, Denis "DJ Hooligan" Zhabkine, and Nico
Italian composer and producer Lorenzo Nabissi contributed to manu Italo-disco projects. He also did composition or songwriting for projects such as That's NRG, Iesha or Lady Pusher.
Artists and groups featuring Nabissi (Lorenzo)
Iesha - Harmony (1995)
Lady Pusher - Feel Pressure (1995)
Mad Angels - Down Dedown (1996)
Oakfield Lisa - La La La (Like Your Firelight) (1996)
Taleesa - Living For Love (1990)
That's NRG - All Nite 2 Nite (1995)
Love, Don't Hate (1994)
The single was produced by Ben De Wittman, Gaby Dirne and Third Ear.
Thanks to Eurodance Rage
Bette Davis' Eyes (1995)
Bette Davis Eyes was a song originally written in 1974 by Donna Weiss and Jackie DeShannon and made popular by American singer-songwriter Kim Carnes. This cover version was arranged and produced by F.L.O. and DJ Halo, mixed by DJ Halo.
Thanks to Gianni
Kiss Of Destiny (1996)
1.Beatman, 2.Shine On, 3.Take Me Up, 4.Live On Love, 5.Free Free, 6.The Fall, 7.Imagination, 8.Catch Me Baby, 9.Get Over It, 10.Be The One, 11.Kiss Me Goodbye, 12.Shine On (Premier Remix),
Kiss Of Destiny Japan release (1999)
1.Beatman, 2.Live On Love, 3.Take Me Up, 4.Free Free, 5.Imagination, 6.Catch Me Baby, 7.Shine On, 8.Get Over It, 9.The Fall, 10.Be The One, 11.Kiss Me Goodbye, 12.What's The Problem? (bonus track), 13.Your Freedom (bonus track), 14.Show Me What You Got (bonus track), 15.Shine On (premier remix),
Live On Love (1995)
Shine On (1996)
Free Free (1997)
Show Me What You Got (1998)
You're The One (1998)
Release Your Soul (1999)
Vocalist : Nadia Robichaud. Label : Numuzik .
Disciplined, open-minded, hard-working, agile, passionate, here is how she was described on her official website. Nadia was born in a family of artists. Nadia trained 24 hours per week for aerobic dance competitions that she had been performing and teaching for several years; she also studied at university in psychology and sociology, trained a group of synchronised swimmers and finds time to devote to her new career. In 1993 she won the Novice National Aerobic Champion title.
Her music has been signed in many countries such as Japan, Asia, Poland, Romania, Mexico, USA, Portugal and the Middle East. Her album Kiss Of Destiny has been released in both Japan and Russia while her singles have been on more than 250 000 albums.
The album was produced by Daniel Bouliane, co-produced by Francois Tessier. It was recorded by Daniel Bouliane & Luc Gregoire, mixed by Luc Gregoire. The songs were recorded & mixed at Onde-Spirale Studio. The guitar on track 6 was by Jose Bergeron, the piano on track 11 by Francois Berube. Back vocals on tracks 2,7 & 12 were done by Pascal Lecoz. Nadia herself also did some additional back vocals. All tracks were arranged by Eric-Jean Baptiste for Premier Muzik Productions at In-Da-Mix Studio, Montreal. It also featured ragga-raper TC (real name: Jason Welch)
Nadia did some TV appearances in Canada, Much Music's show "Electric Circus" and Musique Plus show "Bouge De La".
In 1999 she re-released her album in Japan, it includes Show Me What You Got as bonus track, which was released in Canada in late1998 only on vinyl. The album has two other tracks What's The Problem and the very danceable Your Freedom. Nadia released a new song on a Canadian compilation Le Peep Show feat. Nadia Release Your Soul.
Nadia has come back to her previous job, teaching in the Ottawa/Gatineau region in group fitness and personal training. She is also a certified Reiki Master and a Yanumoja Yoga teacher. She is also the choreographer for "DanceIt International". She founded Studio Lotus.
2005 : she was new RO Noon Television Show Leader of fitness segment.
2006 : on April 29th, she co-presented the Loto Quebec Fitness Presentation at Hilton Casino de Hull.
Nadia's Official Site at Spiralwave
Nadia at Canadian Eurodance
Thanks to Necronomic and Klems
Andreas Nager produced the project Sandman. He also contributed to Mr. French Junior I Feel So Good as composer and songwriter.
Daniela (Big Brother CH) - I Want You
Felder - Church, Sehnsucht, Summerdaze
Friends United Refugees - One Nation, Running For The Future
Gabriel - Let Me In
Girls To Girls - Arise, Blue Like The Sky, Crazy World, Give It Up, Hula Hop, I Feel So Good, Loco-Motion, Maybe One Day
Manfred Ehlert - 7Siech, Bliib wie du besch, Chome ned los vo dir, Grosse Maa, Läbens-Zeiger,
Liebe Schlaf, Nemm mi met, Spiegel, S'tued nömme weh, The 7 Seas Of Life, Träne, Wenn immer, Zyt zomm lo go
Mr. French Junior - I Feel So Good
Nubya - Future For Us, It's Breaking My Heart, Living In The Ghetto
Partyman - Silly
Ravin' Sound Machine - Highway To Hell
Sandman - Dancing On The Beach, Holiday, Secret
System XII - One More Time
Contributions as composer and songwriter
Christine Lauterburg / Zsolt Marffy / Pascal De Sapio - S'Vreneli vom Guggisberg
Cornelia Grolimund - Ufo
Gabriel - Twist & Turn
Natasha Jackson - Breakable
Richy - Set Me Free
Artists and groups featuring Nager (Andreas)
Demiro - My House (1994)
Mr French Junior - I Feel So Good (1994)
On-X - Missing You (1996)
Sandman - Africa (1998), Dancing On The Beach (1997), Holiday (1998), Whenever You Need Me (1999)
System XII - One More Time (1995)
A Dream Today (19th Dec 1994)
Naif is a project of Fulvio Zafret. This one-single project featured the voice of Annerly Gordon. It was composed and written by A. Gordon, Hornbostel, Marvin (both also co-wrote Planarium Love And Passion), C. Zennaro (aka Einstein Dr Deejay), M. Klima, and V. Weller. The single was released under Plastika records.
Thnak to Patrick Jonsson
Colors In The Sky (1997)
Label : Semaphore recordings. The single was engineered, mixed and mastered by Richard Sequeira Kidd with Dean Montenegro and Drag Jako (who both were also producers, songwiters and composers). The executive producer was Patrick Brunner. The whole team also contributed to the project Dad Jeans.
Thanks to EurodanceRage
Dance All Night (1994)
The writers and composers are Hillos, Kaivola (a.k.a Mixmaster K) and Antero. The project is mainly known for having made some excellent eurodance remixes (such as Twenty 4 Seven 's Is It Love), mainly for the Remixed Records label and for having contributed to the project Optical II.
Remixes done by Naked Eye
49ers - Keep Your Love
Captain Hollywood Project - All I Want (Naked Eye Mix)
Maxx - Get-A-Way
Optical II - Let The Rhythm Groove You (Naked Eye Mix)
Pandora - One Of A Kind (Naked Eye Remix)
Solid Base - Together
Twenty 4 Seven - Slave To The Music, Is It Love
T-Spoon - No Time 2 Waste (Naked Eye Remix)
Thanks to Anton "MC Kasper" Skaletsky and Vision
Believe In You (1995)
Nanà is the short name for Nathalie Aarts. Only one single was released under this project name. Believe In You was written and produced by by Marcello Catalano, mixed by Marcello Catalano and Roberto Zucchini, arranged by Marcello Catalano, Alex Gaudino and Walter Bassani. It was released under label Bianco & Nero in 1995, re-released digitally in 2012.
Nanà was featured on IDP - Spirit Of The Night which was exactly the same song as the one released by HAD, with the same rap by Tony T, and a little more vocals.
Thanks to Nathalie Aarts, Andrew-FK and Marian Stoica
Love Is... (6th Nov 1995)
Kiss It ! (1996)
Big Brother Is Watching You (10th Sep 1996)
He's My Favourite DJ (7th Nov 1997)
Miss You (21st Aug 1998)
If You Wanna Dance (28th Feb 2003)
Nancy Anna Francina Coolen was born 10th September 1973 in Asten. Almost from the minute she could walk, she has been busy with singing and dancing. And at the age of 4 Nance joined the local ballet, called the Dinky Dancers. The first two years she danced classic ballet but from the age of 6 she preformed pop-ballet, becoming the 'Miss Dinky Dancer 1984'. At the age of 14 she stroke her audience with a performance in a fashion show.
Only 15 years old, Nance was discovered in a disco, a local DJ introduced her to Ruud Van Rijen. And before she knew she stood next to Captain Hollywood and became one of the members of Twenty 4 Seven. They, together with Hanks & Jacks, were one of the first Eurodance-acts. After Capt. Hollywood left the band, things became very quiet around Nance. After a job in a supermarket producer Ruud van Reijen asked Nance, if she still would be a part of Twenty 4 Seven, Nance agreed, teaming with the new rapper Stay C.
The first year remained quiet for the reformed Twenty 4 Seven, but in 1993, they suddenly became popular all over the world again. Nance just reached the age of 20 when Slave To The Music entered the charts worldwide.
During the first months in 1995 things went wrong around Twenty 4 Seven. During this months everyone denied the argues, but they decided to be quiet for a while. In this time Nance looked beyond Twenty 4 Seven, she presented a TV-program on RTL 5 (a Dutch TV-channel) In this show, called 'Liefde is ' (Love is ), a boy and girl were coupled by Love Is... strips. These boy & girl were chosen out of 200 Dutch youths, and Nance had to keep them under control. This program stopped after one season, even if the youths, the people this show was meant for, were positive about it
During one of the many photo-sessions, Nance met pop-photographer William Rutten. And on the 4th of May Nance & William got married.
Because Nance had a contract with Twenty 4 Seven till July 1996, things became very quiet around her : no new single, no new program, just silence. But many gossip magazins in Holland suddenly wrote about them. Between August 1995 and July 1996 no new material has been released, in many interviews she there would be some, but that didn't happen. The contract with Twenty 4 Seven didn't allow neither Stay-C nor Nance to release new singles.
But Nance didn't lay down. She started a solo carrer, beginning with Love Is in 1995, released under CNR-Music then ZYX the same year. It contained remixes by Martin Boer (from 2 Brothers on the 4th Floor, aka Dancability) and 2 bonus tracks : Shot Of Love and Beats Of Love. It was followed by the very energetic Big Brother Is Watching You and by Kiss It in 1996 (which contained 2 additional versions of Big Brother). An album was even released but it is very hard to find, one could even doubt it really existed (the reference is CD/MC 533 899-2/4).
Live Nance brought stunning shows, also under difficult circumstances. She did festivals together with All Saints, Five and the Backstreet Boys. Although the audience mainly exists of little girls Nance knew how to play them and becomes an absolute favorite. After that she did stadiums for a live audience of more the 60 000 people before the soccer match Chelsea - Feyenoord and performed on festivals like the well-known and extremely popular Beach Pop Festival.
Then came the single He's My Favourite DJ, produced by Cooly D (from Flip Da Scrip). She wrote the script of the video : the heroin of the clip falls in love with the DJ, sees that he is involved with other women and shoots him, ending herself in a mental hospital... Not politically correct enough for the TV channel TMF which censored the video.
Meanwhile, together with Twenty 4 Seven featuring Stella and Stay-C, they performed very much. Moreover on stage solo, she co-hosted some TV-shows.
One of the remixes of her last single Miss You was made by Sash! who also produced the record. Once again the video clip was remarkable. The censored version, the original being too explicit, went on high rotation on every major network and included besides Nance another well known actor, Ferry Somogyi.
Herman Brood, a Dutch singer, performed a song together with Nance and Des'ray from the 2 Brothers on the 4th floor. The three did Here There And Everywhere from the Beatles. This song could be seen on Dutch television at the end of November on La La La Live!
In the following period Nance decided to make a career move towards TV host. She hosted a popular show called Rappatongo some 200 times and became a regular face on prime time National TV. In the meantime Nance was involved in many One Of shows and major TV events and hosted a new game show called Lingo for National TV that was broadcasted on a daily prime time network. She also appeared Vet Heftig, and played the role of Linda in the episode #2.6 of Pittige tijden in 1997.
1999 : Nance released a single in Dutch with the singer Henk Westbroek on the 4th of January.
2000 : Nance divorced from William Rutten.
2003 : Nance released a new solo single, in RnB style unfortunately for eurodance fans, called If You Wanna Dance.
2005 : she was Dutch vote presenter at the Eurovision Song Contest. In September she presented the shows Shownieuws and Domino Day.
2006 : in August, together with Gerard Joling, she presented the show "Sterren Dansen Op Het IJs".
2007 : Nance is taking part to a campaign to raise founds for children suffering from chronic digestive disease. She herself suffers from Crohne disease.Since March, she is one of the hosts of the new real-TV show So You Wanna Be A Popstar jury, with Gerard Joling.
2008 : with Gerard Joling, Nance hosted Dutch version of real-TV show "Popstars"
2009 : in January, she gave birth to her first baby, Robin. Father is baron Pico van Sytzama. Still with Gerard Joling, she presented the second season of real-TV show "Popstars" on channel SBS6.
2010 : she presented the 3rd season of real-TV show "Popstars" as well as the TV game "Het Mooiste Pand van Nederland" on channel SBS6.
2011 : in October, Nance hosted the dogs show "Een Huis Vol Honden". She helped families to chose the perfect dog. She herself owns a chihuahua.
2012 : she left channel SBS6. In July, took part to real-TV show Ranking the Stars on BNN.
2013 : Nance underwent a surgery for a thoracic spinal disc herniation. In June, she was featured on the JockeyBoys' new single Higher
2014 : she joined TV channel RTL4 and hosted show Familie Gezocht.
2015 : she presented lottery program Puur Geluk. During Summer she presented a daily show entitled Wie Doet De Afwas? She also hosts RTL Woonmagazine.
2016 : Nance still presents RTL Woonmagazine on RTL4. She performs from time to time with the Diva's of Dance (currently Des'ray and Ingrid Simons). In May, she took part to the charity collect "Lock me up - Free a girl" to help free girls forced into prostitution in India. In August, a 2k16 remixes packages for the Jockeyboys featuring Nance Higher was released.
2017 : she started presenting TV show Privé VNDG on TV channel Telegraaf VNDG (VNDG means vandaag "today" in Dutch).
2018 : after many years of common life, Nance married Pico van Sytzama.
Thanks to Fred Oudoul for additionnal informations
Thanks to Ruud van Rijen himself
Artists and groups featuring Nance
Henk Westbroek - De Laatste En De Eerste (1999)
JockeyBoys - Higher (2013)
Jockeyboys - Higher 2k16 (2016)
Nance - Kiss It ! (1996)
Twenty 4 Seven - Are You Dreaming (1989), Is It Love (1993), Keep On Tryin' (1995), Leave Them Alone (1994), Oh Baby ! (1994), Slave To The Music (1993), Take Me Away (1994)
Goodbye To Innocence (1994)
God Only Knows (1995)
I'm Some Some (1995)
Never (Don't Need Your Love) (1997)
American filmmaker, singer-songwriter, model and TV personality Nancy Sexton was born July 8, 1969 in Ragersville, Ohio. The youngest of five children, she grew up in a small Amish community in farm country, where she worked as a farm hand bailing hay and milking cows, then at a local factory, and restaurant. She then did her studies in the University of Akron on a full ride basketball scholarship, where she also started her modelling career. Then she moved to NYC where she managed restaurants, worked as a bartender, a waitress, a model and finally began singing with her own band.
She moved to Italy to walk the runways, but soon this became a full-time singing career. God Only Knows was released as Nancy S under label Mystery Records. Lyrics were written by Antonio Summa and R. Bonizzoni, the single was produced by Antonio Summa & Roby Benvenuto. The same year she released a solo single under her complete name, entitled I'm Some Some.
She is also believed to have sung the following songs :
B.A.R. Feat. Roxy - Feeling , Come Together (1995)
Gorky - You're The Best Thing (1995)
Silvia Coleman - All Around The World, Take My Breath Away (1994)
Sound City - Love I've Found (1997)
The Fabolous Sound - Steppin Out (1997)
In 1997, she did vocals on Molella and Phil Jay's single It's A Real World which reached #1 on the Italian Hit Parade, and led her to perform in Festivalbar.
1999 saw her taking part to project E-Magic as vocalist and songwriter. Founders were Nick Ferrando, Rossano Prini and Stefano Marcato. 3 singles were released.
Then she returned home to NYC and began her acting, and writing career. She was the voice of many television and radio spots, including Fox radio spots for Thursday's and Wednesdays.
Nancy also had successful fitness businesses in NYC and Los Angeles and in 2005, she was the star of FitTv's, "The Gym", and Travel Channel's "Ship Out Shape Up". She wrote the 14 day "Fresh 14" program, and launched a line of goal inspired jewelry called "Goalery".
Since 2006, she is the CEO and co-owner (with Alon Bar) of 4881 LLC. They also created the award-winning screenplay "Type O,",
2009 : thanks to her work in stunts and her martial arts background, Nancy played a role in Discovery's "The Colony". She also began writing and directing many television commercials for area businesses.
2010 : she appeared in the movie "In My Sleep".
2011 : she co-authored with Alon Bar the book "Write Your Film", a screenwriting manual exploring the two unique writing system and collaboration.
2013 : she played in the movies Minotaur and Schooled.
2017 : with Alon Bar she wrote screenplay "Scriptapalooza" and the animation feature "Ruby".
She nowadays lives in Los Angeles, California
Thanks to Marian Stoica, Andrew-FK
Nancy Sexton on imDb
Artists and groups featuring Nancy S
E-Magic - Go! (2000), Prepare Yourself (1999), Stop (1999)
Funky Girl - Funky Town (1997)
Molella - It's A Real World (1997)
State Of Mind (1993)
The single State Of Mind was recorded in 1993, but the CDM was released only the following year. Naomi is the name of the female vocalist. The project was produced in Holland, the label was Basic Beat Recordings. The lyricists, composers and producers were D. Van De Pas and R. Sauer (who also produced the artist Nicole). In 1994, Capital Sound made a great euro remix for this single, and it was included in the new CDM. A remixes vinyl was also released, it contained a Da Tribe Mix, a Thotful Mix, a Lemon 8 Groove Dub, and a Summer Mix.
State Of Mind was re-released in August 2003.
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Party Girl (1991)
Stop Running Away (1992)
Groove You (1992)
Shut Your Mouth (1994)
I Need Your Love (1994)
The single I'm Changing was recorded in France at the Studios de la Seine, and released under Airplay records. Laurent Jais (who also took part to Marcia Johnson's single Get On Up and more recently scored a huge success in France with the duet Amadou et Mariam) contributed to the production of this single.
Shut You Mouth was a very good eurodance track. Along with Naomie's vocals, a rapper was featured on this track. It was followed by the also very nice euro single I Need Your Love, reminding the DWA style. It was included on the French compilations Dance Machine 4. It was composed by D. Scuteri, I. Binchi, L. Leonori, C. Rizza, released under Network More Music, published in 1994.
Artists and groups featuring Naomie Dee
Music - I'm Changing (1993)
Life (4th Feb 2011)
1.If I could fall, 2.Come Back, 3.Definately Sure, 4.Neglected, 5.Going Crazy, 6.All that I wanted, 7.Friends, 8.Looking At My Girl, 9.You're Going Home, 10.Shine Your Light,
It's The Summertime/'88 To Mandela (1988)
Come back (2010)
Definitely Sure (2011)
If I Could Fall (21st May 2011)
Let The Sunshine Flow (Feb 2012)
Let The Sunshine Flow (22nd Nov 2012)
He was born in London on 29th of December 1965, under the sign of Capricorn. His mother is Italian, his father from Indian origin. His partens owned 2 restaurants in London, before they went to Italy. His hair and eyes are brown. He describes himself as a romantic, ambitious and discret man. He likes playing tennis, football, swimming, horse-riding, cinema and travelling. His favourite groups and artists are Prince, George Michael, Marvin Gaye and Terence Trent d'Arby. He has a dog. Before being involved in many dance projects, he owned 2 clothes shops near Florence.
He is the singer of the Double You project (Please Don't Go was dedicated to his mother who died in November 1991), and also for many other DWA Records projects.
2002 : William produced and performed with other projects such as T-Factory (he contributed to the song Message In The Bottle, which had a lot of success worldwide). The same year, his voice was featured by Love Solution for the track I'll Be Over You.
2004 : in March William Naraine contributed to Vanni G's single All My Illusion. In october he appeared once again on the next single I Say Yeah. He also took part to a remix of the single by Promise Land vs Netzwerk Memories, sung duo with Sandy.
2005 : William's voice was featured by Dj Ross for the single Get Up, under the project name DJ Ross vs DY.
Thanks to Krasi
Artists and groups featuring Naraine (William)
Alexia - Me And You (1995)
Beach Party - Night To Remember (1995)
Data Drama - Close Your Eyes (1992), The Rain (1991), You Are In My Mind (1991)
Dj Ross feat DY - Get Up (2005)
Dolphin Crew - The Light Is (1994)
Double You - Beat Goes On (2006), Because I'm Loving You (1996), Dancing With An Angel (1995), Do You Wanna Be Funky (1999), Double Mix (1992), Everything I Do (I Do It For You) (2003), Everything I Do (2006), Get Up (2005), Gimme All Your Love (1996), Gonna Be My Baby (1996), Heart Of Glass (1994), If You Say Goodbye (1996), Megamix (1992), Missing You (1993), Music (Is The Answer) (2000), Part-time Lover (1993), Please Don't Go 2005 (2005), Please Don't Go (1992), Run To Me (1994), Send Away The Rain (1996), Somebody (1997), We All Need Love (1992), Who's Fooling Who (1992), With Or Without You (1993), You, My Love (2008)
Eclipse - Fall In Love
Funkelectra - Let Me Go (1997)
Infinity (2) - Baby Stay (1998)
Jean Elan - I Don't Care (2012)
Kaas - Everybody's Got To Love Someone (1996), Reggae Dance Man
Love Solution - I'll Be Over You (2002)
Mission - Everybody's Gonna Be Alright
Naraine William - Going Back (1992)
Pacific - Believe In Love
Space Tribe - Better Be Alright (1994)
T-Factory - Message In The Bottle (2002)
Time Machine - Run Away (1996)
Toro - Give Me Ecstasy (1995)
Vanni G - All My Illusion (2004), I Say Yeah (2004)
Vincenzo Callea - Revolution (2018), Turn Off The Lights (2013)
Willie Morales - Last Train To London (1992)
Willy Morales - Going Back (1992)
Ready To Give It (1994)
NAS Company featured a solo female vocalist. Produced by Alessandro Lorenzetti, Antonio Summa and Severo Lombardoni, Ready To Give It was arranged and mixed by A. Summa. Label : Discomagic Records
I Wanna Fly (28th Jun 1994)
The single I Wanna Fly was released under Sony's label Dance Pool, created by the same production team as 2 For Love. It was composed and written by Gianni Marini and Jasse van Denberg (aka Holger Grauel), recorded at X-plane studios, produced by Da Silva (aka Silvano Mele), Giorgio Martini, Jasse van Denberg and R. van Dargk Producer. Vocals were done by Jacky.
Thanks to reBeL
Whose Law (Is It Anyway) (1995)
Single Whose Law (Is It Anyway) / So Good was produced, arranged and mixed by Maurizio Braccagni and Roberto Gallo Salsotto. It was recorded and mixed at Stockhouse Studio. Label: High Speed
Feeling High (4th Oct 1994)
Lyrics were written by Annette Steinkamp and Mike McGrew. Music was composed by Peter Hoffmann and Volker Ossenbrink. Label : Direct Effect.
The single included 3 versions of a B-side song called I Want To Move You.
Thanks to reBeL
Music Is My Life (1997)
Nation 4 is a project of Stanley Foort and Andres Romero.
Indian Dream (1994)
Written and produced by Wasja Schulz & Wolfen. All tracks published by Smiling Shark, while the recording and mixing was done by Norbert G. Yanicke at the Eichstätt Studios. The single was released under the label MMS Group/4th Dimension. It was a dance remix of a theme used by German clothes company C&A in their advertisement campaign.
The first 3 tracks feature the voice of Nastasha Hay while the 4th track was sung by none other than Linda Rocco (known from the projects Masterboy and On T.V., and of course Dance 2 Trance Power Of American Natives)
Thanks to reBeL
Easy Life (28th Oct 1994)
Native Vision are the female vocalist Prinzess and the rapper D' Imperial. The single Easy Life was composed by C. Hulsbeck, arranged by Pseudo D., produced by C. Hulsbeck & G. Moustakas. It was published by Smiling Shark. The lyrics were written by C. Hulsbeck and D' Imperial. The CD-single included an Extended Version, a MTV Mix, a Native Mix and an Alternative Mix. It was released in 1994.
Thanks to Anton "MC Kasper" Skaletsky
Gimme Your Love (1994)
Musical team : Empty, Willigerodh, Mark Dollar, K. Knapp, Davis Tomlin. Produced by Triple M. Released under BMG.
Energy Of Love (14th Nov 1994)
Label: Exit Productions
Thanks to reBeL
Round & Round (1995)
Rhythm Of Love (1996)
Raps on Fire were done by Killerkid. Label: No Colors, licensed in France under Mascotte Music. The classic mix was done by Alex J and Danilo Bajocchi.
Natual Lee also did vocals on Sound Station - Don't Stop in 1994 and on U-Bett - Let It Go On in 1995.
Artists and groups featuring Natural Lee
U Bett - Let It Go On (1995)
Take Me In Your Arms Tonight ()
Land Of Fantasy (1996)
Natural Sonic featured the female vocalist Lila Pearl (who took part to other eurodance projects such as Amadeus & The Funky Diamonds) and backing vocals from Kika Hostenfall. The song Land Of Fantasy was eurodance with a strong touch of dream house. The CDM contained 4 versions : a Radio mix, an Extended version, a Resounded version and an Old School jazz mix. It was arranged by S. Battiato, released in 1996 under label MNF Records/ ZYX Music. The project was produced by BBM Team : Salvatore Battiato (the Sally B mentioned on the single's cover), Bildersheim, Muhlhauser and Smirnove.
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Salvatore Battiato official website
It's Magic (1995)
Label: PZ Productions
Light My Fire (1996)
Lessons In Loving (1997)
Light My Fire was written, arranged and mixed by Fabio Cozzi & Fausto Tortelli. Produced by Fabio Cozzi. Released under HQ, a subdivision of Dance Factory. It was featured on the Japanese compilation Dancemania 5.
The follow up Lessons In Loving was released in 1997.
According to some rumors, Franca Morgano could have done vocals for the project.
Thanks to reBeL and EuroBoy
What About My Love (1995)
Label : Koch. Musical team : Franky Paolo, S. Snapper. / Fran Galera, Natascha Hagen, Ruben Herrera
What About My Love and Everybody Wants To Live Forever (the B-side) were featured on the French compilation Best Of Dance Music. There was a CD-single of What About My Love containing 2 tracks (Radio Bounce and Extended Bounce), a vinyl containing 3 tracks (Radio Mix, Extended Mix, and Fun Love Mix), and a maxi 5 tracks.
What About My Love was composed and written by Franky Paolo Music, Spike Snapper and Goumas Athanasios. Everybody Wants To Live Forever was composed and written by Franky Paolo Music and Steve d'Arbo.
Thanks to David Nivin "Captain DJ", Ulysses and Astralys
Echoes In The Night (1994)
The project featured a rapper and a vocalist. Echoes In The Night was produced, written and arranged by A. Aulicio (who also contributed to Expression 4 I Can Dance And Fall In Love) and Roberto Fontolan. Label : Sintetico / Over Records.
Thanks to Apho and Alateos
I'm Looking For Love (Mar 1996)
Label: Muzic Without Control Records. Fire was produced by Andrea Buttignon and Nando Vannelli. It featured vocals by Vesna Lavrencic. It was written by Andrea Buttignon and Vesna Lavrencic.
Producer of the Timeshift project.
Artists and groups featuring Neefs (Peter)
2 Unlimited - The Magic Friend (1992)
Boyz - Gimme Gimme (1996), Up Up Up (In A Puff Of Smoke) (1996)
DS Pee - Hey Boy (Take Me Out There)
Dante Alana - Attention To Me (1996), Back In The Summer (2000), Disco-Suppa-Girl (album) (1998), Disco-Suppa-Girl (1998), Get Ready For The Sunsand (1999), Give You Up (1999), Land Of Eternal Love (1999), Star For A Night (2000), The Life Of The Party (1998), Think Twice (1995)
Ironic Beat - Move On, Groove On (1995)
JLM - Come Into My Life (1994), Groovy Beat (1995)
Jo Burg - The Journey (1997)
La Casa - Feel The Deadline (1994), Free Your Soul (1994)
Laserman - Technology (1993)
Robinson Gale - Love Joy & Passion (1996), Watcha Gonna Do (1996)
Timeshift - Crazy 4 U (1995), Dancing In The Sun (1995), Don't U Feel The Beat (1994), I Wanna B (1996), Queen Of Clubs (1995)
The Game (27th May 1999)
1.The Game, 2.Restless, 3.Mum's Day, 4.All I Wanna Do Is, 5.Fairytale, 6.You Gotta Have This Feeling, 7.Shock, 8.Get Up, 9.Gimme the Sun, 10.Hallo '99,
Hot Stuff (Jun 2003)
1.Hot Stuff, 2.Looking 4 Something, 3.Showin' Up, 4.Alright, 5.Destiny, 6.Summer Without You, 7.Knock Knock Knock, 8.Looking 4 Something (am traxx dance mix), 9.Hot Stuff (alternative extended mix), 10.Saturday,
Acousticlub (30th May 2008)
133 Sushi Club vol.2 (20th Dec 2010)
1.Pour Toi, 2.Making Love Is Dancing, 3.Sorry, 4.Hello Monster, 5.Living In The Sky, 6.Rationalize, 7.Silence Of Time, 8.Heaven, 9.Queen Of The Night, 10.Lost In You, 11.Hello Monster (remix),
The First Steps Of Neja (29th Apr 2013)
1.Restless (Bum Bum club mix), 2.Shock! (Lost Heart remix), 3.The Game (Alex Natale club mix), 4.Fairytale (extended dance mix), 5.Time Flies (G Fanelli&m Castrezzati club mix), 6.Hallo (Last Train To mix), 7.Medley: The Game/Restless/Time Flies (live acoustic),
Neja Vu (22nd Oct 2013)
1.Crazy in Love, 2.The Role of Love, 3.Horny, 4.All That She Wants, 5.Wakin' Up With a Smile, 6.Crime of Passion, 7.Las Night a DJ Saved My Life, 8.E Eu Estou Aqui, 9.The Game, 10.Big in Japan, 11.This Is Your Life, 12.Coming Home,
The Best Of (19th Oct 2018)
1.Hallo (Club Mix), 2.Restless (Bum Bum Club Mix), 3.Shock!, 4.The Game, 5.Gimme The Sun, 6.Fairytale, 7.U Gotta Have This Feeling, 8.Mum's Day, 9.Singin' Nanana (Original Mix), 10.Time Flies (Original Mix), 11.Back 4 The Morning (Extended Mix), 12.Hallo '99,
Hallo (11th Dec 1996)
Restless (3rd Feb 1998)
Shock (8th Oct 1998)
The Game (19th Apr 1999)
Mum's Day (2000)
Fairytale (Jan 2000)
Singin' Nanana (26th May 2000)
Time Flies (19th Mar 2001)
Back 4 The Morning (1st Sep 2001)
Looking 4 Something (21st Apr 2002)
Hot Stuff (21st Feb 2003)
To The Music (Aug 2003)
Who's Gonna Be (Sep 2005)
Miracleland (2nd Dec 2006)
Catwalk (Sep 2007)
Walking On a Dream (23rd Dec 2011)
Good Friend (12th Feb 2012)
Sun Has Come Again (25th May 2012)
Restless 2015 (20th Nov 2015)
Brother (18th Apr 2017)
Restless 2018 (18th May 2018)
I'm Calling You (30th Mar 2019)
Despite the exotic name Neja, Agnese Cacciola was born 15th August 1972, in Turin under the Leo Zodiac sign. Her musical past is a long road of Jazz, Gospel and Celtic but she arises to success thanks to Dance Music.
Songs like Restless and Shock can surely be defined Super Hits and in only one year have made Neja one of the most famous and danced artist not only in Italy but also Europe riding the top of both the sales and the Dance charts. Neja's highlight as an artist is due to the single The Game (also the title of her debut album), with which she wins the 1999 "Disco per L'estate" and makes her present in every Festivalbar '99 show.
Due to the amazing 1998 and 1999 results abroad of Neja the New Music International believes that Neja is ready for a musical carrier wider than what the Dance had offed till then and this is how an album where the artist can show her talent 360° wide was born. Neja, author of the 10 tracks included in the album, from the Dance beats of Restless and Shock, easily slides from pop dance tracks like The Game all the way to pure pop like Fairytale or Mum's Day.
The entire album, extremely present in the Italian and Foreign market, lyrically touched the artist's relationship with love, hope, her parents and God. It also contains a CD-ROM that includes an interview, photos and the video clips that support her hits.
In late January, occasionally, Neja along with her producer Alex Bagnoli put together a dance mix of Fairytale that immediately smashes through the radio and sales net thanks to the powerful combination of the latin and dance flavour that rides the musical european trends. One more summer and Neja strikes again. This time the new hit annouces the second upcoming album and the single for this summer 2000 is Singing Nanana. A latin based track published in different versions: a Dance mix, Club mix, the Original and the Cuban cut, recorded totally live with bongos and trumpets.
2005 : Neja released a new single called Who's Gonna Be, not exactly eurodance unfortunately. From 2003 to 2005, Neja performed for her devoted fans in Italy and other parts of Europe, as well as in India as a representative of an Italian clothing company
2006 : Neja's new single was entitled Miracleland.
2007 : She started working with producer Ivan Russo, who scored a smash hit with Ilona Mitrecey. In April, the online release of a remix of the famous Madonna tune Like A Prayer was planned. This project started from the idea of the French DJ Benjamin Braxston.
Her new single Catwalk had some success in Italy and France.
2008 : Neja's new album Acousticlub was released on 30th May. It included 8 covers chosen among the songs that she used to like when she was a teenager, plus The game and Destiny. All songs were rearranged in a jazzy style, which should not really please all dance fans... The first single is Sweet Dreams, cover of the famous Eurythmics hit.
From June 23rd and during all Summer, Neja will be co-presenting a new radio show called Estatissima.
2009 : Neja's new single is entitled Loving You. The album has been produced in cooperation with two DJs from Turin (Peter Damir and Gianluca Argante - production) and it is currently being promoted in England.
2010 : Neja was featured on Lanfranchi and Farina's new single, entitled Sorry.
Neja offical website
Neja at Myspace
Thanks to Massimiliano, Tavi Meran and Dance World Aktuality
Artists and groups featuring Neja
Chunkybiz - All I Want Is You (2016)
DJ Jump - And I Go (2019)
Deeper - If It's Love (2017), Take Me To The Club (2017)
Samuele Sartini and Alex Kenji - Burn (2016)
WAG001 - Loving You (2009)
Better Life (1996)
Every Time You're Feeling Down (1997)
Label : Due records. Better Life was composed by Alberto Margheritti and featured singer Alex Fazio.
Thanks to Marian Stoica
Artists and groups featuring Nell
Moon Shine - Set Me Free (2003)
Devotion featured the voice of Sabrina O (actually Clara Moroni). It was released under LED Records, featured on the Italian compilation Trend Discotec (Drohm), and the Japanese compilation Ultradance Nonstop Megamix 004 (Avex).
Thanks to Emperor Absolutus and grof pl.
Up and Down (2002)
Sarah Nelson was a project built around Sarah Grimaldi. 2 singles were released : One (probably only as a white label promo), and Up & Down.
Thanks to Marian Stoica
Creole Dance (1992)
1.Accillelao, 2.Creole Dance, 3.Aloha Mahe, 4.Bajo, 5.Tale About Freedom, 6.It Feels Good To Be Loved, 7.Around The World, 8.Blood Of The Kings, 9.Merry Go Round, 10.Wheels On Fire,
Mission Of Love (1995)
1.Mission Of Love, 2.Aloha Wahine, 3.Boat On The River, 4.Angelina, 5.Fire Of Love, 6.Why?, 7.Shine On, 8.Le Le Kasbah, 9.What If?, 10.For The Children, 11.Dream On - The Neverending Story III, 12.Mission Of Love (Classic Version),
It Feels Good To Be Loved (1993)
Mission Of Love (13th Oct 1994)
Boat On The River (1995)
Musical team : Toby Gad (co-writer and co-composer), Jacqueline Nemorin (vocalist and co-producer) and Freeda Goodlet as backing vocalist.
Nemorin's first singles were rather in the creole style.
The first single Accillelao was released under Metronome Musik GmbH in 1998, then re-released under BMG Ariola in 1993.
The second single was called It Feels Good To Be Loved. It came from the album Creole Dance. Composed and written by Toby Gad and J. Nemorin, it was produced by Frank Farian and Toby Gad and contained a B-side entitled Blood Of The Kings. A remixes CD maxi contaning mixes by the Rapino bros was released afterwards.
In 1994, 2 songs by Nemorin appeared on the soundtrack of the movie Affären : Why and Shine.
Mission Of Love was released under the label EMI. It contained 3 tracks : the Radio edit, the Classic version and a B-side called Angelina. Prince Attiogbe EL Chino contributed to the African vocals.
This lovely eurodance song was used as titlesong for the movie Die unendlische Geschichte III. An album entitled Mission Of Love was also planned but apparently it was never released...
Jacqueline also contributed to the songwriting of Love You The Magic Of The Fall and PYT Simple Things (on their album Down With Me). She did vocals on Oli P. Show Me Love (on his album O.Ton).
Nemorin pics at DanceWebSite
Make Me Love (1994)
This italian project featured a solo, female vocalist, Clara Moroni, who this time used the nickname Nenetha. It was released only in vinyl format, and contained 3 versions: Piano Mix, Guitar Mix and House Mix. It was written by G Mangione, A. Licata and C. Moroni, produced and arranged by P. Gallione, G. Mangione and A. Licata. Label : Bull & Butcher Recordings.
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Infinity - The Album (2005)
1.Intro, 2.Elements (Vocal Radio Mix), 3.Don't You (Trance Radio Mix), 4.Storm Of Light (Radio Mix), 5.I Want You! (Special Album Version), 6.Prepare (Club Mix), 7.Hold Me Tonight (Club Mix), 8.Impressions (Club Mix), 9.Storm Of Light (Manian Mix), 10.Elements 2004 (Club Mix), 11.I Want You! (Rocketeers vs. Lagoon Rmx), 12.Destiny (Club Mix), 13.Prepare (Tandu Rmx),
Don't You (2003)
Storm Of Light (2005)
I Want You! (2006)
Hold Me Tonight (2007)
Elements 2k15 (12th Jun 2015)
Elements 2k20 (22nd May 2020)
Neo Cortex was a German eurotrance project founded in 2000 by Lars Böge (aka DJ Gollum), Jan Miesner and Heiko Lempio. Alexandra Prince did vocals on single Elements (10 weeks in top 10 of German Club Charts), and probably on the 3 next singles too.
Thanks to Tavi Meran
Burning Time (1994)
Musical team : Bruce Ingram and Steve Erinle. Burning Time featured vocals by Doretta Carter and The GUV'NOR.
Strangely, the title on the CD maxi sleeve was Burntime (because the song was based on the original computergame soundtrack "Burntime" by Hannes Seifert), while in the tracklisting mentioned Burning Time. And the name of the project was written Neo, in almost the same way that of the French cellphone operator Bouygues Telecom would use for his logo Neo, 15 years later...
The single was released under label GSE Records and licensed in France under Scorpio.
2004 : Bruce Ingram was featured on Mulik & Maniac - Waves In My Soul
Living In The Jungle (1997)
This project features the raps of Anthony Dyer a.k.a. A.D. Neal. Fulvio Zafret was a part of the musical team, as well as F. Contadini, E. Funkhouser and C. Kowatsch.
Keep On Dancing (1991)
Dance to the Trance (1993)
Zi Pompa (1993)
Get Down Everybody (1994)
Neon Light was created by Roby Arduini, Gianfranco Bortolotti and Luca Lauri. All singles were licensed under ZYX Records in Germany.
Their very first single Keep on Dancing was released in 1991 and it featured the voice of Fonda Rae, a famous disco diva. All tracks were written and produced by R. Arduini, G. Bortolotti, Luca Lauri, L. Cittadini, Diego Leoni, Mhara Srl and B. Mikulski.
Get Down Everybody featured a female vocalist and samples of male raps. It was mixed by (apart from the last mix), producer and arranged by Gianpiero Viani and Mauro Picotto, written by Gianpiero Viani, Mauro Picotto, Pierre Feroldi, and Gianfranco Bortolotti . It was licensed under ZY Xin Germany.
Dance to the Trance featuring Ras Kwame was released in 1993. All tracks were produced by Gianfranco Bortolotti. It was realised by DJ Pagany & R. Arduini, mixed by R. Arduini and B. Guerrini. It contained many elements that would be re-used on the next single Zi Pompa.
Zi Pompa (featuring African Power) was released the same year. It was produced by Gianfranco Bortolotti, recorded and arranged by L. de Preti, Magic Domingo and B. Guerrini, mixed by B. Guerrini at Media "Non Smoking" Studio. The club mix was an uplifting fusion of global beats, African style samples of "Zi Pompa, Pompa..." bounce along in a Balaeric fashion. The Atmosphear Mix, transformed the track into a hypnotic, marching, military style dance track.
Thanks to reBeL
Neon Lights at Global Trance
Under My Skin (1994)
Ness is a Spanish eurodance act that was produced and arranged by Rafael Vicario and Raul Nacher. Ness released the single Under My Skin in 1994 under the label Contraseña Records.
Thanks to Ulysses
I Want Your Money (1994)
Single I Want Your Money featured vocals by Deecy M. It was producer, arranged and engineered by Günter Wogrinetz and Michael Kotonski. Label: Club Play.
Send Me An Angel (17th Oct 1992)
Breakdown (2nd Oct 1993)
Passion (18th Oct 1994)
Memories (15th May 1995)
Dream (15th Jul 1997)
Memories (11th Nov 2004)
Just Another Dream (11th Oct 2019)
Passion (German edition) (1994)
Just Another Dream (8th Nov 2019)
Musical team : M-cube (Maurizio Tognarelli, Marco Galeotti, Marco Genovesi), Gianni Bini, Fulvio Perniola.
Records company : DWA Records.
The first single released by this Italian project was the very soft and romantic Send Me An Angel (a cover of a song initially released by Real Life). It used the voice of Sandra Chambers and was also covered by many projects such as Mythos & DJ Cosmo and Caya. The following single Breakdown also featured Sandy (it was the first single of Netzwerk to be released in Brazil).
It was less evident to know who was behind the vocals of Memories (very successful in Israel where it reached # 3) and Passion (# 26 in Israel). For some, they were done by Marco Galeotti, who also sung for the project Sunbrother (Tell Me What). But according to DWA records Sunbrother's current singer was named Patrix. Actually, on the sleeve of Memories one can read the name of Simone Jackson, aka Simone Jay, and it is more likely that she did the vocals on both records. Memories was covered by another Italian project named Fontana.
Another single was entitled Dream, released under Volumex records, a different label but still the same producing team..
Thanks to DJ Alex Calboy, Abelito, DJ Marto, grof pl., Igor and Alex S
Thanks to Shimon O'Hana for the charts positions
Artists and groups featuring Netzwerk
Alexandra Damiani - Memories (2012)
Let's Find Out (1995)
Let's Find Out was written by André Carrier, André Paradis and Pascal Bédard, produced by Temple Team.
Thanks to Gianni
Heaven (23rd Oct 1995)
Neuronic was created by the producers and remixers Pascal Gabriel and Paul Statham (who were also behind the projects Peach and Peach Union, and later worked with artists such as Dido and Kylie Minogue). Their single Heaven included remixes by Motiv8. It was released in the UK under the label Interpop, and licensed in Germany under Intercord Tonträger. The single was also featured on the compilation Top Hits Megamix 1996 Vol. 1.
Take Me To Heaven (11th Jun 1994)
Make My Day (18th Nov 1994)
Don't You Bring Me Love (1995)
Feels Like Heaven (11th Mar 1996)
I Dream Of You (14th Apr 1997)
Take Me To Heaven (1994)
Italian production by the trio Baraldi-Trivellato-Sacchetto (sometimes Trivellato, Signorelli, Merkx). Their first song Take Me To Heaven (released in June 1994 in Italy under the label Italian Style, and on the 31st of October of the same year in Germany) featured the voice Jenny Bersola and the rapper FX.
It was followed by Make My Day, Don't You Bring Me Love, Feels Like Heaven.
I Dream Of You was not so NRGetic as the previous, seemed that Nevada was leading to dream-house like many other Italian acts. At least this song contained all those pianos that any dream track must have. According to rumors, the vocals could have been provided by Simona Jackson (Jimone Jay).
Thanks to Marian Stoica
It Must Be Crazy (1994)
1.Message Of Love, 2.I Feel It, 3.Open Your Heart, 4.Face 2 Face, 5.World Of Fire, 6.A Look At You, 7.Around And Around, 8.Disguise, 9.Have You Ever Thought Of This, 10.Perfect Stranger, 11.A Better Life (Extended Version), 12.Face 2 Face (Extended Version), 13.Message Of Love (Extended Version), 14.Never Look Back (Extended Version),
1.Nevermore Intro, 2.Lost In Magic Eyes, 3.Heaven's Burning, 4.I Need Your Love, 5.Oooh, So Right, 6.Impression, 7.Take Me High, 8.In Da House (Move Your Feet To The Music), 9.Master Of Light, 10.Why Can't We Start To Love, 11.Hold Me, 12.Get Ready To Start, 13.No Decision For My Life, 14.Never Say Never, 15.Nevermore Outro,
2010 Twenty Ten (13th Aug 2010)
1.Take Me To The Sky, 2.When The Night Comes Down, 3.Dreamland, 4.I'll Come Alive, 5.Set Me Free, 6.Believe In U, 7.Dangerous, 8.Remember, 9.Fire & Ice, 10.Light Years Away, 11.Shadows Of The Night, 12.Thank You, 13.Lost In Magic Eyes 2010,
Open Your Heart (1992)
Take Me High (1995)
In The Light (1998)
Take Me To The Sky (31st Jul 2010)
Never Look Back are Dany & Nadja. based in Niedersachsen, the project was produced by Jörgen Lamster.
They released a first album in 1994.
The single Take Me High was recorded and mixed at Wetcat Studio, in Uslar. The second album, more eurodance, was produced, recorded, mixed and programmed by Jörgen Lamster.
2010 : 10 years later, Never Look Back released a single called Take Me To The Sky and an album entitled 2010 Twenty Ten.
Thanks to EuroBoy
Movin' On (29th Apr 1994)
Never Mind is a project of Christian Giordano (aka Boyd). Movin' On was released under the label Out Records. It was arranged and written by C. Giordano, recorded and mixed by A. Caramiello, C. Giordano, D. Chiariello, D. Paone, G. Caprio and R. Paone, recorded and mixed at Namarakundo Digital Studio in Italy. Vocals were done by Robin F and a vocalist called Simone Jackson, not Simone Jay as she recently confirmed herself. The single included a version of Kriminal Love, which was also released as a single under the project name Miani.
Thanks to Marian Stoica and Andrew-FK
It's Not Just A Game (12th Feb 2013)
Eurodance Vol. 1 (1995)
Eurodance Vol. 1 gathered 4 tracks : Love Is All Around, Come Into My Life, Everybody Dance and Run To You. It was mastered by Inzadi and released under label: Eurowave Communications Ltd
Ive Got The Power ()
New Entry was a project of Andres Romero and Stefan Wuyts. Together, they also contributed to projects DJ Iven, Full Option, Leviathan and Wicked Grooves.
Thanks to Gianni
Pokrenimo Ljubav (1996)
1.Ljubav Je U Meni, 2.Ne Zelim Rijeci Za Kraj, 3.Vrati Mi Raj, 4.Ruke Andela, 5.Delivery (Follow Me) (Remix By DJ Feco), 6.Jedan Je Dan, 7.Ljubav Je U Meni (Maxi Versija),
New Entry project is from Croatia. Their only album Pokrenimo Ljubav was recorded and mixed at Sound Design Audio in Lovran. 5 tracks were produced by Italian DJ Alen Sforzina-Feco and 2 others by Boris Krainer. Executive producer was Amir Bahtijarević. Album was released in 1996 under label Crno Bijeli Svijet.
Thanks to Gianni
Take It Or Leave It (22nd May 1995)
This maxi contains a Radio Edit, an Original Edit & a Factory Team & Company Edit. The label was One-Way records.
Thanks to reBeL
My Life (1996)
New Girls was a French project based in Aix-en-Provence. My Life was composed by Henri Novarino, lyrics were written by Didier Deprick-Cote. It was produced by Didier Deprick-Cote, Sylvie Gentile and Mario Falconi.
Thanks to Klems
Mystery '98 (1998)
1.Intro (Jingle), 2.We R Newlight, 3.Mystery, 4.Friday 13th, 5.What I Feel, 6.U Got It, 7.Year Is Over, 8.Key To My Heart, 9.In The Midle, 10.Kisses Of Fire, 11.Znám Ji Znám, 12.Is It U, 13.Key 2 Heart, 14.Mystery (Video CD-Rom),
Mystery (The Return) (2016)
1.Intro (Jingle), 2.We R Newlight, 3.Mystery, 4.Friday 13th, 5.What I Feel, 6.U Got It, 7.Year Is Over, 8.Key To My Heart, 9.In The Midle, 10.Kisses Of Fire, 11.Znám Ji Znám, 12.Is It U, 13.Key 2 Heart, 14.Mystery (Video CD-Rom),
Mystery (The Return) (2016)
1.New Light-tro, 2.74 Nights, 3.Give Me Chance, 4.Is It You (Dance Version), 5.Lovestory, 6.Adults (Czech Song), 7.My Heart, 8.Zoufalá, 9.Léto, 10.Bonus Track, 11.Is It You (Air Version),
New Light was a Czech eurodance group based in Liberec, includeing members B-Tiny, Michaela and P.A.Gobi. They released a videoclip for song Mystery, followed by an album Mystery '98. They also recorded unreleased tracks : Seventy Four Nights, Is It You?, Lovestory and You.
2016 : an limited edition double album entitled Mystery (The Return) was released under DDB Music Production. First CD had the same tracklisting as the first album. Second CD included the previously unreleased songs.
Thanks to Gianni
1.Scream, 2.Smile, 3.In My Heart (Radio edit), 4.Lies, 5.Every Single Day, 6.Lonely, 7.In The Dark, 8.Lies (Extended Mix), 9.In My Heart (Extended Version),
1.Tonight (feat Kriss), 2.To France (feat Yoly), 3.Strangers (feat Kriss), 4.Say me (feat Yoly), 5.Mentiras (Lies Spanish version), 6.Extraños (Strangers Spanish version), 7.Will you be there, 8.Surround me, 9.My destiny,
Smile (Oct 1994)
Scream (Oct 1995)
In My Heart (Mar 1996)
Lies (Oct 1996)
In The Dark (1997)
Every Single Day (1997)
One Sweet Dream (1998)
Surround Me (2002)
New Limit (2003)
My Destiny (May 2004)
Smile 2013 (16th Mar 2013)
The Game (15th Jul 2015)
Run To Me (9th Dec 2015)
Scream 2018 (5th Dec 2018)
The Voice (1st Aug 2019)
Smile (Festival mix) (3rd Feb 2017)
Behind New Limit stand the Spanish vocalist and songwriter Amparo Ríos with her 2 brothers Sebastian and Jose who did the studio work. On stage Amparo appeared with dancer Sonia Banuls, and Jose Gimenez to the keyboards. This young Valencian formation saw the light in 1994.
The very first single Smile was released in October 1994. It was produced by Sebastian Ríos, Jose V. Ríos and A. Esteve. It was available in the stores and massively played on radios in 1995. It was featured on the compilation La Ruta Del Bakalao in 1999.
The same year Amparo and Sebastián Rios received the Teddysound prize as the most noticeable author of Dance Music of 1995.
Then came Scream, released one year later. It was produced by F.J. Pascual and M.J. Fernández. The success was important too, therefore they started a national tour. Between 1996 and 1998 they did more than 100 live gigs many important places such as Island Fantasy (Barcelona), Escorpia, Chassis, The Sinia, and many open air concerts in Valencia, Seville, Madrid, Galicia.
In 1996, came the single In My Heart, produced by Sebastian Ríos, Amparo Ríos, F.J. Pascual and M.J. Fernández. It was published under Discoshop Lliria. The same year, New Limit released Lies, produced by Sebastian Ríos and published under N.L. Records, Max Music. Lies appeared on the compilation Maquina Total 9. This year, they won the ZONA Award of best dance act. They also received an award for being the first among the 10 most danced projects on the 26th of May.
In 2002, the single Surround was released. The same year, the record label Contraseña records released a limited edition album that compiled all group's hits together with other productions with Kriss and Yoly and other hits which would be released in the future. This album was for professional deejays only and not for sale.
In 2003, a CD entitled New Limit feat High Density was released. It included the original versions of Scream and In My Heart, as well as 2 singles of High Density called Protection and The End.
Amparo Ríos could have also taken part to a project called Kriss (or Kryss) which is actually the real project behind Strangers (Extranos) and Tonight (Esta Noche), often wrongly attributed to New Limit.
2004 : they did a big tour in which they sung all their hits in memory of the 90s. They started working on a new project including all the new tendencies, without deviating form the spirit of New Limit. In May they released My Destiny under Contraseña Records.
2005 : they did a tour in Spain again.
2006 : Smile was remixed by AT (Alberto Tapia) and released under the name AT feat New Limit.
2015 : after The Game, New Limit released a new single entitled Run To Me
2017 : they published a videoclip for the 2k17 remix of their hit Smile
Thanks to Ricar, Ulysses, Riskaz and Leonardo Marmolejo Maldonado
New Limit official website
Sublabel of the SAIFAM Group.
Italian label from Milano presided by Pippo Landro. Sublabels : Creative Records, LUP Records, Meet Records, Atom Records, PLM Records, P&P, Pielle Records, Special Underground.
Feel The Passion (1994)
Label : Palmares. The sleep version was produced by M Ambrosio and S. Corti
Thanks to Adam
This Is The Night (1994)
Let Me Take (4th Mar 1996)
Let You Dance (1997)
Angel Guy (1999)
New System is a project of Federico Scavo, Johnny Parker and Riccardo Menichetti.
Their first release This Is The Night was out in 1994. The vocalist was at first thought to be Serena Volpini, the pretty girl who appears in the videoclip. But actually, vocals could rather belong to Petra Magoni. It was a hit, especially in Canada where the project received 4 platinum discs for selling over 400 000 copies.
Then came Let Me Take in 1996. It was still featuring Serena Volpini's photo on the sleeve, but according to rumors Emanuela Berti was the real voice.
Follow-up song was Let You Dance in 1997, then Angel Guy in 1999. Both were only released on compilation only. They could be featuring an uncredited studio vocalist called Antonella Massaro (who also contributed to Tracy, another project of Riccardo Menichetti).
The singles were released under the label X-Energy.
Thanks to Marian Stoica, Aninhahy Dance and Andrew-FK
Fantasy was produced by Andrea Buttignon, Marco Sartorello and Vesna Lavrencic.
Thanks to Gianni
Me And You (1996)
New-World covered Netzwerk's Memories in 1995 (it was featured on the Spanish compilation Currupipi Mix). Then they covered Alexia's Me And You in 1995 (it appeared on Hit News Vol. 1 '96 compilation).
Thanks to Abelito
No Time Lost (14th Feb 2020)
I Feel Alive (29th May 2020)
Newborn 90s was created in 2019 by a music producer based in Scotland who wanted to revive 90s eurodance. There are 3 members in the group (music producer, vocalist and rapper) and their first single No Time Lost was released on 14 Feb 2020
I Can Make It (9th Sep 1993)
I Won't Change Your Mind (1994)
Keep Me (1995)
As Long As... (8th Dec 1998)
Love Me (Like You Do) (14th Jun 1999)
This Is A Strange World (17th Nov 1999)
I Won't Change Your Mind (1995)
Newmill is a project of the Italian label New Music International, based in Milano. Their first single was entitled I Won't Change Your Mind. It was so succesful that a remixes CD was even released afterwards. It was produced by Cinzia Donti and Isabella Colliva, mixed by Alex Bagnoli. The female vocalist sounds like Sandy Chambers.
The follow-up single was called Keep Me, another awesome eurodance track featuring a solo female vocalist. It was arranged, programmed, played & mixed by Alex Bagnoli.
Then came As Long As, composed by A. Catharell, N. Bradley, and D. Coristi. Executive Production : Pippo Landro, vox by S'Dolce
Another track was released in February 1994 under the same project name (or maybe New Mill instead of Newmill), but there's no proof it would be the same project. This track was entitled Stay Away.
The track Love Me was released in 1999. It was produced by Pippo Landro. It contained a BBC CLub mix, a BBC radio edit and a BBD dub version.
Then came This Is A Strange World. It was arranged and mixed by E. Toffa and Skautch, producer by M. Sacchi, P. Verlanzi and Pippo Landro, written by A. Ronconi, A. Summa, Names and R. Faccani.
Thanks to Emperor Absolutus and EmilGreg
Sweetest Secret / Sometimes When We Touch (1997)
1.We're All Alone, 2.Don't Worry, 3.Shy High, 4.Sometimes When We Touch, 5.Maybe, 6.He Don't Love You (Like I Love You), 7.How Long, 8.Free To Love Again, 9.Sweetest Secret, 10.Oxygen, 11.Angel In Your Eyes, 12.All Out Of Love, 13.I Won't Run Out On You,
We're All Alone (1997)
1.We're All Alone, 2.Don't Worry, 3.Shy High, 4.Sometimes When We Touch, 5.Maybe, 6.He Don't Love You (Like I Love You), 7.How Long, 8.Free To Love Again, 9.Sweetest Secret, 10.Oxygen, 11.Angel In Your Eyes, 12.All Out Of Love, 13.I Won't Run Out On You, 14.Seasons Change,
Time To Believe (The Remixes) Vol 1 (2012)
1.Don't Stop Believing (Starlab Club Mix) 7:30, 2.Pandora's Box (Starlab Club Mix), 3.Heaven To Me (Starlab Club Mix), 4.Runaway (Starlab Club Mix), 5.Fly Away (Starlab Club Mix), 6.Time To Believe (Starlab Club Mix), 7.Sometimes When We Touch (Starlab Club Mix) 6:57, 8.Feels (Like Heaven) (Starlab Club Mix), 9.Stranger (Starlab Club Mix), 10.In Love (Starlab Club Mix),
Sky High (16th Jan 1995)
Sometimes When We Touch (28th Oct 1996)
We're All Alone (1997)
Don't Worry (1997)
All Out Of Love (1998)
He Don't Love You (Like I Love You) (1998)
How Am I Supposed To Live Without You (1999)
Love and Affection (2000)
Label : Dominion Records. Musical team : C. Scott, D. Dyers, Duffy
Newton is the stage name of Billy Myers, a former fireman who had to quit his day job because of the sudden international success in the pop/dance scene. Newton has been singing in his hometown Manchester for over nine years, both as solo artist and as frontman to several bands. According to the legend, he was spotted singing in a club and 2 weeks later he was already inside of the studios at Love This (the label from Mike Stock and Matt Aitken) recording his debut single Sky High. The truth is a little bit different, because Sky High was actually made from samples of the original song by band Jigsaw, with the voice of their lead singer Desmond Roy Dyer. This song went Top 10 in Australia, and became a dance classic in many other countries. The single included a Radio Edit, a Hiza Kite Mix, a Kaiser Height Mix and a B-side called Up, Down Round & Round. 2 different videoclips were shot for the song.
However, the lack of career development persuaded him to seek out Dome Records, an independent company from the UK. It was there where Peter Hammond (a legendary PWL mix master) produced his following single, a cover to Dan Hill's Sometimes When We Touch, which sold 35000 units in Australia and reached peak position No. 32 on the UK. Newton has achieved success in almost all the countries where dance and pop music are messed up, like Brazil, Japan, Southeast Asia, South Africa and Thailand.
His debut album was released in the beginning of 1997 in Australia, and there it was called Sweetest Secret. Videos for 5 songs of the album were filmed in Sydney. Several songs of the album were written by Newton himself. But Newton was also eyeing his home market : the album was retitled Sometimes When We Touch for the UK and We're All Alone In Japan.
The album also contained a remake of the Stock-Aitken-Waterman classic Free To Love Again, produced by Pete Hammond, and a cover of Nik Kershaws Oxygen. And to show the softer side of Newton, there were two ballads. One of them, How Long, was written by John McLaughlin and Dave James, who had written hits for UK artists 911 and Michelle Gayle.
The double single Don't Worry was released in 1997. Apart form the radio version, the first CD contained 2 mixes (Paradise Mix and Handbaggers Mix) plus an extended version of Sometimes When We Touch as B-side. The second CD included a Northern Noise Boys Extended Mix, a Tyme NRGMix, a Dreamin' Dub and a B-side entitled All Out of Love. It was very popular in the clubs of Korea.
The same year, Newton released a nice cover version of Boz Scaggs' old classic We're All Alone. All Out of Love was released in 1998. It was a cover version of a song originally sung by Air Supply. Ther were only 2 versions of the song on the CD maxi : Radio Version and Mark Duffy Club Mix. There were also 2 versions of Sweetest Secret (a Pete Hammond radio mix and a Hot Tracks Remix by Steven Tucker), and also a song called Seasons Change.
Then came He Don't Love You Like I Love You, the UK version of this single included no less than 5 different mixes and a B-side entitled Free To Love Again. The Bona Club Mix, House Mix and the Bona Sera Remix were done by John Springate. A Pete Hammond remix of Newton's Love and Affection can be found on compilation Euro 2000
2008 : Newton and his band made of guitarist Matt Hadfield, bassist Dave Lloyd and drummer Pete Akid got signed under U4iA records and recorded songs for his new album Time to Believe which was finally released in 2012. Newton tour in the United Kingdom.
No relationship at all with rave project Newton (Streamline, Wanna Dance All Day).
Yeseule's Newton songlist
Thanks to Andrew-FK
The Song is You (2003)
Martha's Harbour (1999)
Female vocalist for the project Strike.
Victoria Newton is a versatile performer freely moving between musical genres; jazz standards, latin, funk and disco. She performs songs in Spanish, Italian, French and Brazilian Portuguese. Her charisma, powerful vocal performances and boundless energy make her one of the most exciting vocalists working today. She began her musical career in Perth (Western Australia) where she studied classical music and jazz. Her talent was recognised when she became a finalist in The Australian Singing Competition.
In 1990, London became her next major destination and she quickly established a name for herself on the jazz and latin scene. She collaborated with acid-jazz recording artist Ronny Jordan and became lead singer with latin/jazz-fusion band Cayenne.
She has worked with many luminaries of British jazz including David Newton, Gareth Williams, Jonathan Gee, Marc Parnell and Ian Thomas, appearing at venues such as Pizza on the Park, The 606 Club, The Vortex and Smollensky's on the Strand. In The 606 Club she Victoria song with Steve Rubie's (606club owner) latin band, called Samara. Originally that band had a purely instrumental outfit, till Steve Rubie heared her singing in the mid-'90's and he added her to the line-up.
Victoria's affair with dance music began when recording vocals for a friend at the studios of Fresh Records in Notting Hill, London in 1992. The following year she was featured on Eden's club track Do You Feel For Me which entered the Top 10 of the American Billboard Dance Charts.
Towards the end of 1994, Victoria became lead singer of dance group Strike, her world became a rollercoaster of recording, promoting and performing.
In 1999, Victoria signed a solo recording deal with Fresh Records in London and began writing and recording her first album featuring song-oriented dance music with R&B influences. Her first single Martha's Harbour went to # 8 in the Dance Charts and, in 1999, featured in the Top 10 of world-renowned DJ, Paul Van Dyk.
Having completed a successful 3 month season at Terence Conran's Mezzo, she regularly appears at some of London's most sophisticated and stylish venues such as The Waldorf, Opium, Sound Republic and the St Martins Lane Hotel as well as many corporate functions and private parties.
In 2001 she was featured on MC Conrad's track Logical.
In 2002 she went singing for the band 3BS (3 Bean Salad) in West London.
The highlight of 2003 was the recording of Victoria's debut solo album The Song is You which features a selection of jazz standards, Brazilian beats and funky grooves played by some of the finest British musicians on the scene today, such as Gwilym Simcock (piano), Mike Bradley (drums), Andy Hamill (electric bass), Simon Colam (Fender Rhodes) and Steve Rose (acoustic bass).
Give You My Love (1994)
Give You My Love was released in 1994 and the maxi contained 4 versions of the song. It was produced by Lamberto Cesaroni and Larry Pignagnoli. It was composed and written by A. Pignagnoli, Davide Riva, Ivana Spagna and L. Cesaroni.
Larry is most famous for his productions with Whigfield. The vocals of the song were performed by the Italodance diva Spagna (even if the single was released under the name Next Block feat Moktar).
Thanks to Vision
You Control Me (1993)
All titles were written by A. White & Herbert Reid, and published by Hawk Music. They were recorded at the City Recording Studio Stockholm, engineered by A. Thorslund and produced by Herbert Reid (who also contributed to the B.A.S.P. project)
Thanks to reBeL
Next Records was a sublabel of X-Energy, based in Roma.
Keep On Jumpin' (1994)
It was produced and mixed by Borillo and Franchetto recorded at Secret House Studio (Vicenza, Italy) in Italy, released in 1994 under Dig It International S.r.l
Thanks to Yane the Greek
Love Is A Fiction (1994)
Love Is A Fiction was arranged by Steven Saccavino, mixed by Alex Badella, produced and written by Alex Badella and Steven Saccavino.
Hunting High And Low (1996)
Produced by F Albertini & De Antoni. Label : Due Records.
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Entre Mis Recuerdos (1995)
Entre Mis Recuerdos (the dance cover of a song by Luz Casal) was produced and arranged by Carlos Sanchez and Tito Rosell. Label : Bit Music. It appeared on the compilations ¡Aqui No Hay Quien Duerma! and Kilos De Mix.
Obsesion was released under Moder Music.
Thanks to EurodanceRage
Hold On To Our Love (1997)
Hold On To Our Love was featured on the Canadian compilation Dance Connection Vol. 1. It was produced by Chris Phillips, written by Chris Phillips and Nia.
Thanks to Skywax
Nice Device (1993)
1.Cool Corona (Could You Be Like E...), 2.Love Is The Message, 3.Interlude 1, 4.Pop Muzik, 5.Keep The Dream Alive, 6.Make 'Em Clap, 7.Interlude 2, 8.Get On The Moon, 9.Divine Miss D, 10.The New Style, 11.Beam Me Up, 12.Interlude 3, 13.The Message Is Ping Pong,
Get Inside (1995)
1.March 95, 2.Some People, 3.If I Was, 4.D.D.'s Lullabye, 5.Go Make My Day, 6.Hear The Music, 7.Love 'n' lies, 8.Angel, 9.Funky Monkey, 10.Tiny Tony tango, 11.Barflies, 12.Do You Believe It Now, 13.Doo doo doo doo doo, 14.Wet Up The Place,
Cool Corona (Could You Be Like E....) (1993)
Love Is The Message (1993)
Keep The Dream Alive (1993)
Funky Monkey (1994)
Hear The Music (1994)
Do You Believe It Now (1995)
March '95 (1995)
Together with Sound of Seduction and Cut 'n' Move, Nice Device was the Danish acts who placed Denmark on the eurodance-map. Their first succesful single Cool Corona (Could You Be Like Elvis) went on to sell more than 500.000 copies worldwide and in 1994 the band won two Danish grammys for Best New Name and Best Hit (for Cool Corona). Nice Device made classic eurodance with strong latin and jazz influences. The band was fronted by Carsten Kroeyer and Maya Albana. Other succesful singles were Hear The Music, Do You Believe It Now and Funkey Monkey. They did two albums before splitting up. But most of the members are still doing music.
Thanks to Anders Bøgh
Artists and groups featuring Nice Device
Dreamland - Anything For U (1995)
Rock My Body (10th Jul 1995)
Rock My Body is an awesome eurodance track released under D. Boy records. It was remixed by DJ Alex Badella. A single called Everybody Dance was released in 1989 under Magma records. Maybe it's the same project, maybe not.
Thanks to reBel
Tonight It's Over (1994)
This track was featured on a Discomagic compilation released in 1994. The song was composed and written by Tripodi, Moczulska and Flexter, released under Ed. Lombardoni. Vocals probably belonged to Liliana Bancolini.
Thanks to Yane the Greek and Andrew-FK
Time appeared on compilations Jump Euro Dance Vol.2 and Танцмиссия: Dance Action 4
Thanks to Gianni
You Make Me Feel (1999)
Track appeared on Croatian compilation Europlus vol. 1, a sampler recorded in Studio Nostradamus and produced, engineered, mixed, arranged, written by Denis Curman. It featured a rapper and a female vocalist.
Nicoromano was born in Reggio Emilia, a small town in the North of Italy. Since he was a child he has been very interested in music and he studied piano for about five years. In every children party he put the records on and chose the playlist of the day. When he was 13 he bought his first 2 Technics turntables and mixer at home. Being a teenager, at about 16, he already was an assistant DJ in one of the most important discotheques in Milano : but he was so good that in a few weeks he become the DJ resident !
For many years he worked as a DJ in many famous discotheques in Milano, then in Roma, where he mainly lived and worked. Like many other DJs, Nicoromano had an ambition : to "make" music, not only to "play" it. With the financial support of his family he began to build up his own studio : the "Nicoromano Studio", maybe currently one of the most well-equipped home studios in Italy.
His first instrument was the Ensoniq 16+ : with this only sampler he composed many songs. When the experience grew and the Studio with it, some of the songs he had written and composed when he was 16 became his first releases.
After about 7 years of professional activity, Nicoromano had written and composed over 30 songs. When the team of Masar (musical edition founded by Maurizio Fontana in 1989) started in 1996 the label "Jab" specialized in dance music, the emerging Nico's productions Doomsday, Lisa Jones, Isabel Joy, Break-Even Point and Nicoromano Project were created and licenced abroad in different territories.
In the song Is It You, for the project Break-Even Point, Nico used the powerful performance of Valentina Ducros, while in the single It's A Dream, under the name of Doomsday, he featured the italo-english singer Lisa Jones. He also take a part to Isabel Joy's single named The Love You Promised Me, published in Italy and in Singapore, with two remixes by Beautiful People. With the brand "Nicoromano Project", the roman DJ composed and published Out Of Time : an instrumental disc in progressive-style produced at Nicoromano Studio.
In 1997, under the brand "The House Of Sound", he realized at Nicoromano Study the dance version of the single Ahi Limon Limonero, a funny theme in Spanish-style from the TV-transmission "Macao" (Rai Uno). The song was written from Gianni Boncompagni (director of "Macao") with Morales, Cantabrana, Perello, and sung by two impeccable female vocalists, Stefania Del Prete and Anna Maria Di Marco, with the arrangers Stefano Magnanensi and Stefano Acqua.
In 1999, with the support of beautiful voice of Loredana Maiuri (Italian vocalist from tv-program "Sarabanda"), Nico realized the nice single Happiness, published by Jab/Masar also in Spain, Portugal, Usa and Polonia. Loredana Maiuri appeared under the "spanglish" name of "Majuri", title of the project.
In the spring of 2001, Nicoromano presented Sunflower in the single Rhythm (Funky Bomb). For this project he had already presented Sing A Song in 1999.
He collaborated with Claudio Mangione, the mind behind the "Zhi-vago" project, an half Italian and half German DJ and Producer, with whom he co-produced some songs.
In 2002, he remixed in club-version the super-hit I Feel So Fine for the KMC project, featuring Dhany.
Nico (so he is called from his parents and his friends) is a young man who likes cooking and good eating as well. He adores his cat, called Max. Of course he does love to hear music (every kind of good music) and to make it. He likes very much videogames (maybe his favourite hobby!). He likes watching football, tennis and golf. He practises kickboxing. He likes simple way of living : watching a good movie, eating a good pizza, spending a whole night playing Playstation 2 with his friends... His favourite DJs and Producers are: Fatboy Slim, Paul Van Dyk, DJ Sasha, Armand Van Helden, David Morales, Kruder & Dorfmeister, Chicane, Faithless, Chemical Brothers, Basement Jaxx
Nicoromano productions :
Le Club : Love (1995)
Eternal City : Get What You Want (1996)
Doomsday featuring Lisa Jones : It's A Dream (1996)
Isabel Joy : The Love You Promised Me (1996)
Break-even point : Is It You (1997)
Nicoromano Project : Out Of Time (1996)
I ragazzi di Macao : Ahi Limon Limonero (Dance Version) (1997)
Majuri : Happiness (1999)
Nicoromano present Sunflower : Sing A Song (1999), Rhythm (Funky Bomb) (2001)
Cherry Blue : Summer Of 2000 (2000)
Teresa Gold : Can You Dig It ? (2000)
Carbuncle : Drum'n'Bossa (2001)
Unreleased songs composed and produced by Nicoromano:
Nobody Else But You (1998)
The One I Adored (1998)
Tell Me What Happened (1999)
© Nicoromano Official Home
© 1996-1999 Jab/Masar
© 1999-2003 Energy Production
Thanks to Alessio Primavesi
Artists and groups featuring Nicoromano
Break Even Point - Is It You (1997)
Doomsday - It's A Dream (1996)
Double Dare - Believe In Me (1997)
Isabel Joy - The Love You Promised Me (1996)
Producer of Captain Jack, Dux Dux, Jack U Rebels, Masters Of Disaster, M, H&M, Transformer, Tube-Tech, Voyou.
In 1988 he produced his first record Houseman, which reached the highest positions in the US-billboard. Short after he created the techno-label Overdrive, and became one of the most succesful producers of the European scene.
In 1992 he specialized into commercial pop-dance music, porducing many artists such as Captain Jack, the Gipsy Kings, Peter Schilling, CJ Jr etc.
After several millions of records sold, Udo founded the Beatdisaster and Masters of Disasters labels.
Udo Niebergall official website
Artists and groups featuring Niebergall (Udo)
Captain Jack - Another One Bites The Dust (1996), Capitano (2005), Captain Jack (1995), Centerfold (2002), Deutschland schiess ein Tor (2010), Dream A Dream (1999), Drill Instructor (1996), Ein Bisschen Spass Muss Sein (2004), Get Up (1999), Give It Up (2002), Holiday (1997), Iko Iko (2001), Little Boy (1996), Miss Ibiza (2004), Only You (1999), Samba Brazil (2004), Say Captain Say Wot (2001), Soldier Soldier (1996), Together And Forever (1997), Turkish Bazar (2008), Viva La Vida (2003), Volare (2003)
Fatima - Dam Dam Dam (Is The Rhythm Of Magic) (1995)
Franky Gee - Hi Hy Ho (Old Mc Donald) (1995), Wolly Bully (1995)
La Esperanza - Everybody Dance (1995)
X-Pander (2) - My Generation (1994)
Cilla Niekoop was born 11th Dezember 1985 in Eindhoven. She always knew that she wanted to make a career in the showbizz. She participated in several talent hunts and she stood as a 5 year old girl in Henny Huisman’s Mini-Playbackshow. "Now and then, I watch the video and then I hear my parents and my brother say: see Cilla, you always had it in you !" Still, she finds it very important to finish her school. "That's not easy" says Cilla. Therefore, she spends every free hour in her busy schedule to study for test papers and preliminary examinations. "It is hard, but if you really want to, you can combine it". Matter-of-fact Cilla can't be stopped anymore: she sings and dances the whole day.
In 2003, she became a member of bubblegum project Ch!pz, being the youngest member of the group.
2009 : Chipz project ended. Cilla started a carreer of TV-presenter, hosting Inz & Uitz on Omroep Brabant TV. Every week, she visited a village in Brabant region. She also appeared in the summer program Zinderend Zuiden. She also presented the show Het kasteel van Sinterklaas
2010 : in September, she started presenting children show Sprookjesuur.
Producer of many Canadian projects such as Europhoria, Julia, Algo Rhythm, Debbie Fredericks, he was also behind the original mix of Nathalie Page's This Is The Time...
More recently, he created the Nieman Music production and artist management company located in Toronto. He remixed Kiw Sozzi's hands up track Break Up.
Compositons and productions
Julia - All I Want (1996)
Debbie Fredericks - Tell Me (1997)
Algo Rhythm - Stays The Same (1997)
Natalie Page - This Is The Time (1997)
Europhoria - Listen to the Rain (1997)
Faith Hill - This Kiss (Remix) (1998)
Alexia Phillips - Can't Stop (1998)
Turbo! - Angel Tonight (1999)
Widelife & Thunderpuss - Six Feet Under (2001)
Widelife - I Don't Want U (2002), Haven't I Cried Enough, All Things (QE Theme), I Am (Knock! First Theme), 24w/ (Theme Song) (2003)
Faith Trent - Body (2002)
Voxlab feat. Jesika - My Voice (2005)
Liquid Sunshine - He'd Never (2006)
Voxlab feat. Lisa Swain - Lonely (2007)
Lamya - Empires (2002)
Deborah Cox - Mr. Lonely (2002)
Heather Headley - He Is (2002)
Thunderpuss + Barnes - Head (2002)
Soluna - Monday Mi Amor (2002)
LeAnn Rimes - Tic Toc, Suddenly (2002), We Can (2003)
Rockik - Memories (2003)
Mariah Carey - The One (2003)
Kim Esty - You Got Me Movin' (2003)
Haru - Haru (2003)
Nelly Furtado - Powerless (2003)
Kristine W - I'll Be Your Light (2005)
Kim Sozzi - Break Up (2006)
Jully Black - Seven Day Fool (2007)
Thanks to Klems
Artists and groups featuring Nieman (Ian)
Algo Rhythm - Stays The Same (1997)
I Wanna Be Your Beat (1994)
I Wanna Be Your Beat appeared on compilation Dance Action 2.
In The Night (29th Nov 1994)
Take Me Tonight (26th Jun 1995)
We Want Good Sex Tonight (17th Jun 1996)
Label : Dance Master Records
The first single In The Night was composed by Fulvio Zafret and Francesco Contadini, the lyrics were written by D. Sion and N. Dyer. It was produced, arranged & performed by DEEP. The raps were done by Neal A. D. The vocalist could be Sylvia Zafret.
The cover of Take Me Tonight was designed by Carsten Kowalzczek. The single was composed, arranged and produced by DACA Production. It featured the voice of Renick.
The last single We Want Good Sex Tonight was produced by Crazy Z.
Thanks to MelodyMan and Carsten Kowalzczek himself
Move It Now (1995)
Label : Discomagic Records. This single Move It Now was featured on the Canadian compilation DJ Club Mix Vol. 9 released in 1995. It was arranged and mixed by Corrado Vacondio, Domenico Baldoni and Mauro Gazzotti, produced by Cristian Tigri, recorded at M.D.C. Studio (Modena-Italy)
Blue Fire (1994)
Blue Fire was arranged and composed by PierLuca Bertuzzi. Executive producers were Bruno Cardamone (Bruno Le Kard) and G. De Vito. Lyrics were written by Alberto Campo and Roby Bianchin. It was mixed by Bruno Cardamone, produced Alberto Campo, Pierluca Bertuzzi and Valeria Tortora. Raps were done by D.J. Pier (PierLuca Bertuzzi. himself), vocals by Valeria Tortora (credited as Valery). Label: J.K.R. Records
For You (2nd Dec 1993)
Eterna Divina (8th Apr 1994)
La Bruja (21st Feb 1995)
Eterna Divina (1994)
Nikita is an Italian project who released 3 singles, the most well-known is La Bruja (the witch), with samples of a Spanish voice (released under Welcome records). In the credits, the team thanked Lorena, but the featured vocalist was actually called Sylvia aka DJ Nikita. Previously there were also 2 other singles, Eterna Divina in 1994 (still featuring Sylvia, released under the Italian label Welcome and under ZYX in Germany one month before) preceeded by For You in 1993 (released under Timeout label).
Another single called Let's Get Down was also released by an Italian artist also called Nikita, almost at the same time as La Bruja, under the label Exex.
In 2003, she founded the project Irek Band (a tribute to Irene Grandi). She did some modelling, recorded some radio spots, and performs sets as a DJ in discos in Northern Italy.
2005 : She collaborates with the label Mahjong Music Ltd based in London, recording the tracks Il Mio Flore, Siento and Never Let U Go.
2006 : she created the show Dancefloor Show, a tribute show covering songs by Madonna, Kylie Minogue, Gwen Stefani and Jennifer Lopez.
2008 : in October, she performed as Nikita on the stage of 90s is Magic in Palasport, Cividale del Friuli.
Nowadays, Sylvia is based in Torino where she is resident DJ.
Thanks to X-eldj® and Klems
On My Own (1995)
On My Own is a cover of a song originally released by Nikka Costa. Featuring Giorgia Barrows, it was produced by A. Cibelli, Claudio Accatino and Federico Rimonti. Label: Sarema Records
Thanks to Gianni
Dare ! (31st Jul 1995)
1.Until All Your Dreams Come True, 2.The Reason Is You (Tranceformer Mix), 3.Rhythm of Love, 4.I Dare, 5.Didn't Really Mean It, 6.Sell Me Your Secrets, 7.Here You Come, 8.Love You Up, 9.Mind Over Matter, 10.Save My Life, 11.The Reason Is You (Original Version), 12.In Her Shoes, 13.I Dare (Peter Graber Remix), 14.Keep Me In Mind,
Dare ! (1996)
1.Can't Stop The Feeling, 2.I Feel Your Heartbeat, 3.One Voice For everyone, 4.I Keep missing you, 5.Until All Your Dreams Come True, 6.The Reason Is You (Tranceformer Mix), 7.Rhythm of Love, 8.I Dare, 9.Didn't Really Mean It, 10.Sell Me Your Secrets, 11.Here You Come, 12.Love You Up, 13.Mind Over Matter, 14.Save My Life, 15.The Reason Is You (Original Version), 16.In Her Shoes, 17.I Dare (Peter Graber Remix), 18.Keep Me In Mind,
Muse (30th Apr 2008)
1.Falling in love again, 2.Für Mich Soll's Rote Rosen Regnen, 3.You Can Have My Husband, 4.Dance Me To The End Of Love, 5.Big Spender, 6.Gloomy Sunday, 7.Eins Und Eins Das Macht Zwei, 8.I Wish You Love, 9.You Don't Know What Love Is, 10.Between The Bars, 11.Walking After Midnight, 12.All Right OK You Win, 13.My Baby Just Cares For Me, 14.I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter, 15.I Can't Give You Anything But Love, 16.You Can Have My Husband,
The Reason Is You (15th Oct 1994)
Until All Your Dreams Come True (10th Jul 1995)
In Her Shoes (31st Jan 1996)
Can't Stop This Feeling (14th May 1996)
Wanna Feel So Good (11th Apr 1997)
The Reason Is You (1995)
Musical team : Attack II, Giora Schein, Nosie Katzmann
Nina Gerhard first hit the eurodance scene in 1993 as the female voice of Captain Hollywood Project's world-wide hit single More And More. One of the producers of this single was none other than mega-German eurodance producer Nosie Katzmann. Nina also supplied the vocals in Intermission's single Honesty.
In 1994, Nina went solo with the release of her first single The Reason Is You under the guidance of Mr. Katzmann. Her second single Until All Your Dreams Come True was equally as good as the first, if not better. A very powerful eurodance track with hard-driving synths and smooth, sexy vocals. Shortly after the second single, Nina's debut album Dare ! was released. Many famous eurodance names like Kim Sanders, Peter Gräber (of Culture Beat - Pay No Mind), Doug Laurent (remixes for Culture Beat - Take Me Away and La Bouche - I Love To Love), and DMP (Intermission) were involved with the album. In early '96, her third single In Her Shoes took a different turn than the previous two. It's a pure ballad, containing no dance mixes. The fourth single Can't Stop This Feeling went back to dance, actually more like pop-disco. It stayed 3 weeks at the #1 place in Italy.
It appears that Nosie Katzmann was no longer involved with the project as his name was not credited from this release on. After about a year's absence, Nina returned with her fifth single release, Wanna Feel So Good, again with new producers. This time, teamed up with the E-Rotic producers of David Brandes, John O'Flynn, and Domenico Labarille.
Nina also worked as backing vocalist for the artist Simon Collins. She also appeared on Vega tracks and did a duet with F. Salzar under the name of Heroes.
The latest releases under the name of Nina (such as I'm So Excited in 1999) do not feature the same vocalist.
2002 : Nina settled down in Darmstadt. She had been very busy these past years, caring about her little daughter Anouk. She gave her voice to a TV-commercial for L'Oreal, a radio-commercial for Nescafé, and a cinema-commercial for Afri Cola. She also told she would like to work in the domain of cartoon-film synchronisations, radio plays or documentaries texts recording (domain in which his boyfriend Yvo Fuchs already works). In June she had a great success in the USA, playing live in a well-known salsa-club in Los Angeles. She did a duet with Markus Nikolai
2003 : Nina is back ! She plans to release a new single, called Tomorrows Yesterday. The style will be trance, and a new album is already planned. The new single was written and produced by Doug Laurent and remixed by Andy Sikorski.
2005 : in March, Nina, along with Franca Morgano and other artists, recorded a charity single entitled Hope as United Allstars. The benefits will go to a village in Sri Lanka, hit hard by the tsunami three months ago.
2008 : Nina is currently a member of the Zamsoo project (formerly known as Mondbrand), together with Joerg Dudys. They recorded ballads such as Sweet Devils. She recorded a CD entitled Muse featurng various covers of famous blues and jazz songs of Hildegard Knef, Marlene Dietrich und Marianne Faithfull, among others.
Nina created a voice training school called TonArt.
2016 : Nina Gerhard and Daniel Rohr created project1012.
Thanks to Peter Yuen, Tavi Meran, JRC, PowerMaster
Nina at Echo Online
Artists and groups featuring Nina
Captain Hollywood Project - More And More (1992), Only With You (1993)
Georgie Weeratunga - Sweet Devils (2018)
Intermission - Honesty (1993)
United Allstars - Hope (2005)
Godine Nestvarne (1995)
1.Godine nestvarne, 2.Jos uvijek sam tu, 3.Meni bi htio, 4.Jumpin' down, 5.Take me higher, 6.Istina, 7.I ponekad kada, 8.Hear that sound, 9.Samo tvoja sam bila, 10.Da li ikada, 11.Odlazis zauvijek, 12.Istina, 13.Godine nestvarne,
1.Budi tu, 2.Daleko od tebe, 3.I'm so excited, 4.Pusti me da zivim, 5.ko odes ti, 6.Ja za ljubav necu moliti, 7.Bolja od najbolje, 8.Ako pogledas u mene, 9.Trebam te, 10.Ostani, 11.Ja za ljubav necu moliti remix, 12.I'm so excited, 13.Ako odes ti,
1.Tko si ti, 2.Nije mi svejedno, 3.Jedino moje, 4.Woman in love, 5.Ne ostavljaj me, 6.Na kraj svijeta, 7.Poljubi me, 8.Vise me nije strah, 9.Po dobru ti me pamti, 10.Jos i sad, 11.Kao u snu, 12.Woman in love, 13.Po dobru ti me pamti,
1.Ako kae da me ne voli, 2.Ostavljam ti sve, 3.Sva tebi pripadam, 4.Nek ti bude kao meni, 5.Slobodna, 6.Vjeèita ljubav, 7.Igraj se, 8.Budi mi blizu, 9.Zbog tebe ivim, 10.Lately I'm missing you, 11.Ostavljam ti sve, 12.Ako kae da me ne voli,
1.Za dobre i lose dane, 2.Moja ljubav, 3.Carobno jutro, 4.Ti ne znas kako je, 5.Ne daj mi da odem, 6.Neka te voli, 7.Srecu dugujes meni, 8.Takvi kao ti, 9.Kosa, 10.Sto da ti dam,
The Best Of (2003)
1.Ti si mene, 2.Takvi kao ti, 3.Za dobre i lose dane, 4.Godine nestvarne, 5.Ja sam vlak, 6.Ja za ljubav necu moliti, 7.Budi tu, 8.I am so excited, 9.Trebam te, 10.Carobno jutro, 11.Srecu dugujes meni, 12.Jos i sad, 13.Tko si ti, 14.Nije mi svejedno, 15.Nek ti bude kao meni, 16.Ako kazes da me volis, 17.Ostavljam ti sve, 18.Ti neznas kako je,
1.Godine nestvarne (extended mix), 2.Da li ikada (NRG mix), 3.Ja sam vlak, 4.Ja za ljubav necu moliti, 5.Budi tu, 6.I'm so excited, 7.Trebam te, 8.Jos i sad, 9.Na kraj svijeta, 10.Tko si ti, 11.Nije mi svejedno, 12.Nek ti bude kao meni, 13.Ako kazes da me ne volis, 14.Ostavljam ti sve, 15.Sto ucinio si ti, 16.Pomiluj jubav moju, 17.Ne daj mi da odem,
1.Budi Tu, 2.Daleko Od Tebe, 3.I'm So Excited, 4.Pusti Me Da Zivim, 5.Ako Odes Ti, 6.Ja Za Ljubav Necu Moliti, 7.Bolja Od Najbolje, 8.Ako Pogledas U Mene, 9.Trebam Te, 10.Ostani, 11.Ja Za Ljubav Necu Moliti (Lady Rea Remix By Dus), 12.I'm So Excited (Ice Pick Mix), 13.Ako Odes Ti (Instrumental),
Ljubav za ljubav (2005)
1.Takvi kao ti, 2.Ja za ljubav necu moliti, 3.I'm so excited, 4.Jos I Sad, 5.Ako kazes da me volis, 6.Ostavljam ti sve, 7.Srecu dugujes meni, 8.Slobodna, 9.Neka te voli, 10.Nije mi svejedno, 11.Ti si me ne, 12.Ti ne znas kako je,
Ljubav za ljubav (2005)
1.Neka ti bude kao meni, 2.Moja ljubav, 3.Ne daj mi da odem, 4.Trebam te, 5.Ako odes ti, 6.Za dobre i lose dane, 7.Na kraj svijeta, 8.Poljubi me, 9.Vjecita ljubav, 10.Kosa, 11.Carobno jutro,
07 (4th Dec 2007)
1.Kralj zivota mog, 2.Osjećaj, 3.Nek voda nosi ljubav, 4.Vlak, 5.Da se opet tebi vratim, 6.Ne dam te nikom, 7.Moje ludilo, 8.Dodiri od stakla, 9.Sila prirode, 10.Iz inata, 11.Imati pa nemati, 12.Ne dam te nikom,
NeBo (30th Nov 2011)
1.Neopisivo, 2.Ljudi od ljubavi, 3.Sve je u redu, 4.Nebo, 5.Sanjam da smo skupa mi, 6.Na zidu placa, 7.Sve mi pamti, 8.Moje oci pune ljubavi, 9.Dat ce nam Bog, 10.Pokazat cu ti kako da se vratis, 11.Velika ljubav, 12.Prospi rijec (duet s Massimom), 13.Znam te ja, 14.Mama,
Best of 2003-2013 (29th Jun 2013)
1.Ceznja, 2.Duse Su Se Srele, 3.Dat' ce nam Bog, 4.Za dobre i lose dane (Gelo Live Edit), 5.Moje Oci Pune Ljubavi, 6.Mama (Live Arena Beograd), 7.Kralj Zivota Mog, 8.Ljudi Od Ljubavi, 9.Neopisivo, 10.Takvi Kao Ti, 11.Sanjam Da Smo Skupa Mi, 12.Da Se Opet Tebi Vratim, 13.Ti Si Mene, 14.Dodiri Od Stakla, 15.Moja Ljubav, 16.Nebo (ESC 2012 Version), 17.Kosa (Gelo Live Edit), 18.Carobno Jutro, 19.Ne Mogu Ti Reci Sto Je Tuga,
Ako Kazes Da Me Ne Volis ()
Ostavljam Ti Sve ()
Ostavljam Te (1993)
Odlazis Zauvijek (1994)
Godine Nestvarne (1994)
I Ponekad Kada (1995)
Da Li Ikada (1995)
Take Me Higher (1995)
Ja Sam Vlak (with Emilia) (1996)
Ja Za Ljubav Necu Moliti (1996)
I'm So Excited (1998)
Wanna Love Ya Baby (1998)
On And On (1999)
One & Only (21st Jul 1999)
Woman In Love (2000)
Takvi kao ti (2003)
Dodiri od stakla (24th Nov 2008)
Moje oci pune ljubavi (20th Dec 2010)
Dat Ce Nam Bog (30th Nov 2011)
Nebo (Eurovision 2012) (29th Mar 2012)
Sve Mi Pamti (19th Jun 2012)
Mama (9th May 2013)
Ceznja (23rd May 2013)
The Megamix 2014 (14th Feb 2014)
Dan D (9th May 2014)
Vjetrenjace (9th Sep 2014)
Cipele (27th Oct 2015)
Nebo (Remix Suite) (23rd Mar 2012)
Nina Badrićwas born on 4 July 1972 in Zagreb. She started singing when she was only nine in children's choir Zvjezdice. With that choir she travelled countries, recorded several albums and gained a huge experience in choir, solo and gospel singing.
She started her carreer in her homeland Croatia. Her first single was recorded in 1993 and was entitled Ostavljam Te, produced by Rajko Dujmic and Jasenko Houra. After that, she released two singles produced by Denis Curman : Odlazis Zauvijek and Godine Nestvarne in 1994.
1995 was the year when her first album Godine Nestvarne came out. It also contained the new singles I Ponekad Kada, Da Li Ikada and Take Me Higher. In 1996, she recorded a eurodance single in duet with Croatian female artist Emilia, called Ja Sam Vlak.
After that, the same year, she released the Ja Za Ljubav Necu Moliti : this was her last real eurodance single, after she turned to pop and R'nB. Trebam Te was the name of her new single, from her second album Personality. From this second album came the single I'm So Excited, produced in Austria in 1998. It went #1 in Italy, #2 in Greece, #1 in Croatia, Slovenia, Bosnia & Herzegovina and Macedonia. That single contributed to have Nina known all over Europe. She did concerts in Italy, France, Spain, Greece, Austria, Germany, Suisse, Slovenia, Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Followed the singles Gimme Sunshine with Banditos Bonitos, One And Only with DJ Dado, On And On, Wanna Love Ya Baby and .Riding On A Meteorite with DJ Sonic
In 1999, her third album was released. Unique was a mix of eurodance and pop style. The next single came, once again very succesful : Woman In Love, a cover. The next album was released in Croatia, simply entitled Nina. It contained as well classic eurodance as R'nB. Hit singles in eurodance style were Ako Kazes Da Me Ne Volis and Ostavljam Ti Sve.
2003 : she released a new album entitled Ljubav.
2007 : Nina released a new album simply entitled 07
2011 : Nina was back with a new album called NeBo.
2012 : She represented Croatia at this year's Eurovision Song Contest with the song Nebo (a remix from a track of her current album). Afterwards, she did a successful tour in Croatia
2013 : she recorded a duet entitled Due su se srele with Bosnian singer Mirza oljanin.
2015 : in January, she released another duet called Lozinka za raj with Serbian singer eljko Vasić.
2016 : she recorded a song elim ivjeti (I want to live) together with Shorty, Ivana Husar, Marija Husar, Palić Sisters, Alan Hrica and band Emanuel, a song supporting catholic anti-abortion propaganda.
No relationship with Nina Gerhart, the voice of The Reason Is You.
Thanks to OliverF
Artists and groups featuring Nina (2)
Bandos Bonitos - Gimme Sunshine (1998)
DJ Sonic - Riding On A Meteorite (1999)
Zeljko Vasic - Lozinka Za Raj (2014)
Dance The Night Away (1994)
No relationship with Nina Gerhart, the voice of The Reason Is You, nor with Nina Badric.
Nina is an Italian project produced by the label Dancework. The single Dance The Night Away was produced by El Zigeuner and Ilario Drago, written by Fabrizio Gatto aka Wondercat and I. Drago, and released in 1994. It was quite successful on Los Cuarenta (official Iitalian dance chart on Radio Italia Network). The voice was believed to belong to Melody Castellari but it is more likely Beatrice Baccarini who did vocals
Thanks to OliverF, Tavi Meran, Marian Stoica, and grof.pl.
1.Sólo Por Tus Besos, 2.Mensaje De Amor, 3.Quién Me Puede Decir, 4.Veneno De Amor, 5.No Te Puedo Olvidar, 6.Locura De Amor, 7.Y No Lo Quiero Perder, 8.Con El Vuelo De Una Mosca, 9.No Sé, 10.La Magia Del Amor, 11.Déjate Llevar, 12.No Sé (Versión Acústica),
Veneno De Amor (1999)
Nina's real name is Antonina Jourdain. Nina was a member of the pop group Jeans in 1998, where in spite of revising the choreographies, she was replaced by another girl, and she never managed to appear in any of the songs of the group.
Later she released a solo self-titled album in 1999 and a single entitled Veneno De Amor.
In 2008, he was assistant producer of the Mexican movie "Amor Letra Por Letra" (Love, Letter By Letter).
Thansk to Abelito
Loving You (1996)
The song was released as promo only, and was used only for Italian movie Fantozzi il Ritorno. Vocals were done by Nina Soldano. Written by Cristofori and Favilli, produced in Rome by GDM Music, it was recorded again and released in 1997 as Favilli feat. Dyonne So In Love With You.
Thanks to DJ Marto Aida
Excessive Love (1993)
Excessive Love was composed and written by Hackett and Giuseppe Nicolosi. Chorus was inspired from a Novecento song. It probably featured vocals by Dora Carofiglio and raps by Tony Carrasco. Label: Hundred Records. It was licensed in France under Panic Records
Thanks to EurodanceRage and Andrew-FK
Don't Walk Away (7th Sep 1994)
This single was produced by F. Martinelli and M. Rolfen and released under 21st Century Records (SAIFAM).
Mr Dee Jay (1993)
Label: 4th Dimension. Teh single was produced by Gunther Mende and Noizmakers. It featured raps by Soul S.K. and vocals by Emel.
Rain And Love (1999)
Label : EG Records Finland
Thanks to Gianni
Hubert Nitsch was born in Darmstadt on September 5th 1967. After classical piano lessons at the age of an elementary school student a temporary change took place : the key instruments were replaced by the bass. In the 5th grade he established a hard-rock band with some fellow students. At first well-known songs were re-enacted but soon some of his first composions followed.
1984 was the beginning of a short but intens jazz phase. Together with a friend he visited the international music summer camp Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in Michigan, USA. where intensiv jazz courses were given. His interest in key instruments was re-established by the rising of affordable synthesizers. From this point on he worked as a keyboarder on stage and in studios. In 1987 he passed his finals in school.
In1988 his band won 1st prize in a rock contest for the Darmstaedter Sparkasse.
After this, the band seperated. Hubert became a part of the bands Spice and
L.A. News from Frankfurt. In 1990 he began to study computer science study and
simultaneously and he became a studio musician and arranger for various bands
and producers. In 1991 he decided to stop his live acts. Meanwhile, he worked
more often with Nosie Katzmann.
Finally, in1992 he signed an author contract with Get
Into Magic. In 1995 Hubert moved his studio into the Get Into Magic hit-device
studio complex and since then constantly builds on to it.
The list of projects he has participated in during the last years, be it as an engineer, studio musician, producer or composer includes : Culture Beat, Wenndann, Rafet Elroman, Nina, Mike Dielh, Ice MC, Affinity 3, O-Dance (On The Beat), Haddaway, Solid HarmoniE, Le Click, Judy Weiss, GIL und Bastiaan Ragas (Ex-Caught In The Act).
Lately his work consists of two increasingly successful components: on the one side the composition work together with Nosie Katzmann and Kim Sanders ; on the other side his work as an engineer and arranger in his own studio, which because of the quality of the results and the speed of the work is constantly becoming stronger in demand. The mixes do not need to avoid the comparison with internation top-productions.
Get Into Magic Music Publishing website
Artists and groups featuring Nitsch (Hubert)
Affinity 3 - Late Night Letter (1996), Take My Hand (1996)
Le Click - Heaven's Got To Be Better (1997)
O-Dance - On The Beat (1996)
Christmas Carols (2nd Dec 2016)
Sono così (2000)
Adesso rido di te (2001)
Pura chimica (2002)
Nè domani nè mai (2002)
Believe in You (26th Mar 2015)
Patrizia Nitti (real name : Patrizia Musolino) was born in Catanzaro, but spent her youth in Reggio Calabria, studying singing and piano. After the end of her studies, she moved to Milan when she still lives. There, she got graduated of the Academy of Modern Music
She contributed to the eurodance projects Blue Beat (Everybody Look At Me) and Stella. She also did vocals on Einstein Doctor Deejay's album The Shadow And The Planet (she was credited under her real name) . As Patty did vocals on many Insania Records releases, such as Beat System's single Dance Romance or Time Cut El Verano.
She also continuted to one version of Nora Simon's cover of Sheryl Crow - Run Baby Run (Maria Capri performed the other version). Song was also released on compilation under name Randy Bush.
As Donna Richards, she recorded a cover of One Of Us in the Robert Miles style. Then, under the name of Patty, she did a cover of Madonna's Frozen.
In 1999 she began her collaboration with Ron (famous in Italy for songs such as Anima and Vorrei Incontrarti Fra Cent'anni), which whom she started a long tour of 45.
In 2000, she started working with the songwriters Philippe Leon and Michele Galasso and arranger Luca Rustici, and released her first solo single Sono Cosi. This was the beginning of her solo-carreer.
2016 : she was featured by Rebounds on Revolutionary Strangers. End of year, she released an album entitled Christmas Carols, a collaboration with Angelo Mantovani.
2019 : under stagename Pat Cole, she was featured by project MJX on single Free.
Thanks to Klems and Andrew-FK
Patrizia Nitti's official website
Artists and groups featuring Nitti (Patrizia)
Beat System - Dance Romance (1994)
Blue Beat - Everybody Look At Me (1994)
Bush Randy - Run, Baby Run
Dancenethic - The Beat (1994)
Donna Richards - One Of Us (1996)
Einstein Doctor Deejay - Space Bubble (1995)
Elektra - Dancing Through The Night (1995)
Fireman - The Menace Of Ratman (album) (1998)
Future City - Only Love (1995)
JT Company - Again (1991)
Love Line - Call My Name (1995)
MJX - Free (2019)
Patty (2) - American Pie, Come Back (1995), Frozen (1998), Ray Of Light (1998)
Rebounds - Revolutionary Strangers (2016)
Stella (2) - You & Me (1996)
Time Cut - El Verano (1994)
Hypnotise Me (1994)
Label: Extreme Records. Hypnotise Me was composed, arranged and mixed by Franco Canneto and David Rossato, recorded at Reddish Studio in Monza (Italy), produced by E. Aprico, Franco Canneto and David Rossato. Vocals were done by Fanny Merrey.
Don't Make Me Cry (1996)
No Cindy Joke was a project founded by Frankie Marlowe. Don't Make Me Cry featured vocalist Gianna Cerchier. It was composed and produced by Alessandro Bertagnini and Vito Ulivi, written by Frankie Marlowe. A videocli was made for the song.
Your Love (1997)
Your Love featured a solo (uncredited) female vocalist. It was composed by Andrea Artipoli, D. Poggi, P. Cibelli and S. Poggi, arranged by Pierre Feroldi, Steven Zucchini (Silver Mix) and William Koss, produced by Andrea Artipoli and Luca Lazzari. Label: Plux/Dig It
Yesterday Once More (1994)
Call Me One More Time/Yesterday Once More (1995)
Can't Take My Eyes Off You (1996)
No Man's Land was a Spanish dance act produced and arranged by Pedro Cortés Escobar, who is a well-known deejay, composer, singer and producer in Madrid. He recorded the singles "Yesterday Once More" (a cover of a song originally released by The Carpenters' ), Call Me One More Time and Can't Take My Eyes Off You. Labels: Liberty Music and Curtys Records.
Thanks to Ulysses
No Name features the voice of Taleesa. It's an Italian project of Time Records, created by W. Cremonini, A. Gilardi, D. Abaribi, M. Marcolin, V. Gaffurini, and P. Franchetto. It was licensed in France under Panic Records.
Thanks to grof pl.
Jump To The Beat (1996)
Jump To The Beat appeared on compilations Jump Euro Dance Vol.2 and Танцмиссия: Dance Action 3. It sometimes appear on the name under Dr. Beat - Jump To The Beat, although it's a completely different song.
Thanks to Gianni
Yo Tengo Un Novio En Hawai (1994)
The project featured 3 girls. The song is a cover of Corona's hit The Rhythm Of The Night. Label : Max Music (Spain)
Thanks to Abelito
All My Love (1994)
All My Love featured Haissella, whose voice really sounded like Alexia's, all the more that if you revert the letters in Haissella, you get "Allessiah". The single was composed and arranged by Marco Talini, Michele Galeazzi and DJ Stefano Natale, mastered by Inzadi, mixed at No Smoking Studio, released under the label No Smoking Records, distributed by Disco Magic Music.
Thanks to Klems and Andrew-FK
Brimful Of Asha (1998)
No Smoking was a Spanish dance act created and produced by Miguel Degá and Idle Irún, co-produced by José Fuentes and Oriol Crespo. This act made some dance covers of pop songs like Brimful of Asha originally performed by Cornershop, or Tubthumping by Chumbawamba in late 90s. Label: Max Music.
No relation with Italian project No Smoking
Thanks to Ulysses
No Somos Santas (1998)
1.No Somos Santas, 2.Yo, El Tango Y Tú, 3.Perdido, 4.Sube El Beat, 5.No Puedo Darte Amor, 6.Woman Power, 7.De Sábado A Domingo, 8.Quita Tus Ojos De Mi, 9.Estado Primitivo,
Sube El Beat (1998)
No Somos Santas (1998)
The album was edited by RCA/BMG
Thanks to Abelito
1.Red, 2.Y.O.U, 3.Highest Mountain, 4.Summer Ends, 5.Velvet Skies, 6.Il Colore Rosso, 7.When Angels Kiss, 8.Here In The Still, 9.Garden Of Black Roses, 10.In My Dreams, 11.Diamonds, 12.Don't Forget To Say Goodbye,
In My Dreams (2002)
When Angels Kiss (Nov 2002)
I Do 4 U (2003)
Ti Sento (2010)
Noemi (real name : Maria Stefania) comes from Germany, she was 22 in 2002. She's been singing since the age of 4, then took part to a children contest. Then she took dancing lesson (classical ballet) and piano lessons. One day, she happened to enter a music studio and asked to sing something. Her voice fitted perfect.
Her first single to be released was the cover of a song of the 80s, Don't Go Breaking My Heart, in 1999. It was chosen as theme for the RTM Millenium and the title song for Joan of Arc, but the single did not very well in the charts. Noemi also took part to various dance projects such as Planet Violet for the single Velvet Skies.
The single that started it all was In My Dreams. This excellent eurotrance track was produced by Airbase recording (owned by Mike Griesheimer & Thomas Detert from Activate and 666) released under Dos Or Die Germany. The next single to be released was Y.O.U.
Noemi's third single was entitled When Angels Kiss, it was released in November 2002. Then the fourth single I Do 4 U, a cover-version of the Bryan Adams hitsingle was recorded. Mike Griesheimer & Thomas Detert did remixes for other artists, including Sylver and Saphire Red, under the name Noemi.
Briefly before the release, JIVE/Zomba Records closed their dance division and kicked Noémi. Vocalist Stefania left the project at the beginning of 2003 to do some pop music like she did before her success with the dance project. Since then there have been a few remixes by DJ-Team. The completed debut album Red hasn't been released yet and it won't be in the future because the co-producers Manfred Hölter & Thorsten Kipka are not interested in authorizing the release.
2010 : Noémi released a cover song by Matia Bazar called Ti Sento.
Noemi official website
Thanks to nolimits, Tyler and Denis "DJ Hooligan" Zhabkine
Stop The Noise (1993)
The project featured a solo female vocalist called Velvet or Clarice. Stop The Noise was produced and Arranged by Enrico Plebani & Billo, recorded at Acquario Studio (Rome), released under Discoid Corporation and licensed under Contraseña Records in Spain.
Thenaks to Alex Capilé
Reach Out (20th Sep 1994)
The female vocalist is named Tanya. The single was written and composed by Frank Lio and N-Dee, and released under Dance Pool/Sony Music.
I Was Made For Loving You (1997)
I Was Made For Loving You, a cover of Kiss' classic, featured vocals by Soraya Vivian. Label : Steppin' Out Records.
Seven Seconds (1996)
Nomansland was a project created by Alexander Strasser, Jojanneke van der Veer and Sven Kirschner
Thanks to DJ Marto Aida
All I Want (1996)
Non Verbal is a Romanian project which features a solo female vocalist.
Thanks to Fuscobal
Sending All My Love (14th Sep 1995)
Label : DFC records. The single Sending All My Love was recorded and mixed at Bapsy Studio in Rome, produced by Bapsy Team. Written by Paolo Pierelli, Riccardo Mazzamauro and Roby J. Colella, it featured vocalist Stephanie. It was licensed under Blanco Y Negro in Spain.
Thanks to reBeL and Marian Stoica
Anna Sara Christina Nordell aka Anorah was born February 19th. When she was 10, she got accepted at "Adolf Fredriks School of music", and for six years she studied music and choir singing, "which I found pretty boring" she explains.
"I had to find ways to sing the kind of music I wanted to sing after school". She was singing with a band, she did drama class and wrote songs on her own. Her family was very much into music then, and they were singing on different occasions pretty much all over Sweden in churches. "By having so much music in my life, it pretty much convinced me that this was what I wanted to spend the rest of my days doing and so far I’ve been able to. That’s something I’m very thankful for" Anna explains.
When she she was 14 years old, she got to play the part of Lisle in the musical "The sound of music" at Göta Lejon Theatre in Stockholm, at the sides of Carola and Tommy Körberg. Anna recalls "I learned so much by doing this, it was so much fun combined with a lot of hard work. (I remember that I was so nervous before entering the stage that I still have nightmares about it !)"
Anna's first written song (she wrote it as she was only 7) was actually released. At the ago of just 15, she was signed to a publishing company and stayed there for about five years. "I wrote songs together with a bunch of talented songwriters from Sweden and also got the opportunity to go to London and write with songwriters there as well. Some of my songs have as a result of this, been translated into other languages like Spanish".
The songwriters Anna worked with needed to present their material to record companies and artists, so they asked her to sing on their demos. "Gradually as a result of this it has ended up being my profession. Now I am singing demos for some of the most successful (if not even the nicest ?) songwriters in Sweden. Sometimes I am a backup singer for other artists too. I think that what I’m most proud of in the sense of backing vocals must be the four songs on the Celine Dion album One Heart. She also did backing vocals for Victoria Beckham, Tata Yough, Dannii Minogue, Fredrik Kempe, Mauro Scocco, GES, and of course E-type. "But what I like most is to sing my own songs for someone who is interested in knowing what I have to say" she reveals.
As she was only 16, she got the chance to go to the US to record the song I’ll Still Love You Then for the soundtrack of the Kevin Costner movie "Message in a bottle". The song was written by producer David Foster who also produced it. "That's something I will never forget. He really knew what he was doing!" she reminds.
Anna is also a voice actor. She is the Swedish voice for some of the animated characters in movies and TV-series.
2004 : Anna released the solo-single Där Finns Du Än The same year, she worked with Finnish band BomFunk MC's, being featured on their single Turn It Up. She did a featuring appearance on the song Drömmer Jag along with Danish band Johnny Deluxe and three Finnish bands, Mighty 44, Beats & Styles (on their song for Finnish eurovision song contest 2006 See The Signs). The song reached the top 5 on the MTV Up North chart.
2005 : Anna did vocals on Random's singles Fly Into The Sky and Miracles. She did backing vocals on Homeless Heart, a track of Amanda Stott's album Chasing The Sky.
2007 : she worked together with E-type again, co-writing songs to his new album Eurotopia. Then she did backing vocals on Da Buzz - Take All My Love.
2008 : Anna did backing vocals on Charlotte Perrelli's album Hero (the title-song competed to ESC 2008).
2009 : she did backing vocals on Marie Serneholt Disconnect Me, then on Malena Ernman's single La Voix, another ESC competitor.
Then she started working with producer Samuel Engh, whom she has written her new album Like He'd Do. "The album has a rock flavor and I am really proud of the sound and the songs :)", Anna explains.
Her hobbies are to spend time with her friends and family. Watching movies, playing World Of Warcraft, shopping, eating candy, travel and have a good time in general! Her family: Mom, Dad in heaven, 6 siblings and soon 10 nieces and nephews. Her favourite colours are pink and black. Her favourite food is Asian, "but everything except celery and liver works for me" she adds. On TV, she likes almost everything. Scrubs, Friends, CSI, Documentaries, Discovery, Jay Leno, MTV and a whole bunch of other shows.
Her favourite expression is "Det är helt sjukt bra! Snabel B. Wohoo!". Favourite words on the way : "Deal with difficult situations as if they were easy and deal with the easy parts in life as if they were difficult."
Thanks to Tavi Meran
Artists and groups featuring Nordell (Anna)
Da Buzz - Take All My Love (2007)
E-Type - Eurofighter (2007)
Swedish dance producer Jan Nordlund was born in 1971. He teamed with Johan Lagerlöf to form Bass Nation. They stood behind eurodance project Flexx. They did many remixes for Cool James & Black Teacher, but also for Boy George, E-Type, Leila K, Toy-Box, Jampack, Blümchen, La Cream, Tess, Caramell, DeDe and Ardis.
In 1996, they created the project Waveframe and released H20, an ambient track. The same year, they released F**k U All under the name XN' X, a collaboration with the 2 Flexx rappers Ljung and Mandengu. The track would later be renamed as Shake U All and released under Flexx.
In 1997, they founded the Elephant & Castle project, still with Flexx 2 former rappers. They also did production for Markoolio.
2000 : Jan Nordlund and Johan Lagerlöf created Mobilehits, the first phone melodies company in Sweden.
He later contributed to the launching of companies such as PlusFourSix, Global Media Bank and X5 Music Group.
Artists and groups featuring Nordlund (Jan)
Cool James and Black Teacher - Zooming You (1995)
E-Type - Es Ist Nie Vorbei (with Blümchen) (2000)
Elephant And Castle - Wake Up (C.L.U.B. Unite) (1997)
Flexx - Flexxible (1994), Runner-Up (1994), Shake You All (1996), Spider (1995), The Good, The Bad And The Ugly (1994), Wake Up (1993)
Poussières d'Etoiles (Jan 2000)
1.Intro, 2.Tous Les Mots D'Amour, 3.Lorsque Vient La Nuit, 4.Emporte-Moi, 5.What About U, 6.Poussières D'étoiles, 7.Symphonie, 8.Interlude, 9.Another Dance, 10.Casanova, 11.Les Jardins d'Eden, 12.Il Faut Se Dire, 13.Stay Another Night, 14.Outro,
If It's Love (1992)
I Believe In You (1993)
Crazy About U (1st Mar 1994)
I Need Love (18th Apr 1994)
Ready To Go (1995)
Tous Les Maux d'Amour (1999)
Poussières d'Etoiles (Jan 2000)
Symphonie (May 2000)
Si Tu Veux De Moi (Dec 2001)
Musical team : P. Maton, Jean Fredenucci, R. Fredenucci. Norma was born on 21st of March 1970 in St Etienne (France). She is 1,73 m tall. According to what she said in an interview, Norma is her real first name (but it was later revealed that it was actually Sylvie). She chose Ray because it was the name of someone in his family. Her father is Frederic N'Doumbe, a professionnal soccer player, who came from Cameroun. He also used to play the guitar. Her mother was from afro-american origin, she worked as an esthaetician. When his parents worked, a Sicilian family took care of her, she considers she had a happy childhood. She travelled a lot : Italy, United States, Great Britain, Spain, Cameroun where she met her father's family. If she hadn't became an artist, she would have liked to be a pilot.
At the age of 18, she decided to stop her studies (she was stuying English, Italian and Spanish) in order to realize her dream, becoming a dancer. Her talent and her perseverance allowed her to work with the greatest choreographists (Redha, Jaime Rogers who did the choreographs of Fame). She danced in Prince's clip U Got The Look, she also danced for David Hasselhof and Johnny Hallyday. She took theatre lessons and appeared in many ads : Reebok, Coca Cola, Barbie and Hollywood chewing gum. She worked as a model with Italian designers, she was Whoopi Goldberg's voice in Sister Act, and a muse in Disney's Hercules. She enters the American School of Modern Music where she studies during 4 years, and finds inspiration for writing and composition in groove and R&B. She writes her song by night.
She likes reading, painting, going to the theatre and cinema, dancing, swimming, travelling, roller-skating, body-building, tennis and basket-ball. She describes herself as being instinctive and expressive, sometimes impatient and hard to change her mind. She hates violence, racism, intolerance and hypocrisy. She likes eating fish, japanese and african cooking, salads and fruits. She likes to mix different styles of clothes. She lives in an old building where she keeps her big collection of video-cassettes. She admires Pierre & Marie Curie, Ghandi, Martin Luther King and the French artist Charles Aznavour. Her favourite singers are Eros Ramazotti, Zucchero, Aretha Franklin, Tori Amos, Sheryl Crow, Stevie Wonder, Lionel Richie, Serge Gainsbourg, Michel Berger, France Gall, Daniel Balavoine, Etienne Daho, and the All Saints. Her preferred actors are cary Grant, Jean Reno, Jodie Foster, Julia Roberts, Barbra Streisand. Her favourite film is Our Best Years.
He first single was released in 1992 under label Ouragan, and was called If It's Love. Norma thanked Yannick Noah singing in the choir. Then came the single I Believe In You.
Her collaboration with Jean Fredenucci begins in 1994 and the first eurodance single to be released was Crazy About U. But later, unfortunatly she changed her style to R&B and French pop, and the single that brought us the biggest success is Tous Les Maux d'Amour (which she co-wrote and co-composed).
1999 : she contributed, with Felixine, to the French musical soundtrack of the Disney movie Hercule. She also took part to French version of songs from the soundtrack of Sister Act 1, Sister Act 2 and King Lion 2.
2000 : her first album Poussières D'étoiles (stardust) was released. It contained 14 tracks, some of them in English... and absolutely no eurodance unfortunately. Her hit Tous Les Maux D'Amour was covered by English pop group S Club 7.
2008 : Norma Ray produced and co-wrote a song with Nicolas Foyer. Entitled Candlelight, it was featured on the soundtrack of the movie The Women. She had already collaborated with him earlier on the project Angelux.
She collaborated to 2 dance-house projects, on with British DJ and producer Andy Ward and another one with German DJ and producer Edmond Dantes. She also took part to a musical cartoon entitled Kalandora. She also works as vocal coach and works on a future album...
2009 : Angelux new album was released in July.
Thanks to Marian Stoica
Artists and groups featuring Norma Ray
DJ Don Welch - Push It (2019)
Normal Generation? (1996)
1.Intro, 2.You And Me, 3.August Summer Night, 4.Pain, 5.Come Back, 6.He 'll Be There, 7.Oh Lord, 8.Troubles, 9.Halleluja, 10.God Is Alive!, 11.Flybubble, 12.Outro,
Normal Generation II (1998)
1.Intro, 2.Everybody, 3.Song To A Friend, 4.Hold Me Now, 5.Halleluja, 6.Love In The Air, 7.Somebody Like You, 8.Interload, 9.Cry, 10.Heaven, 11.Lord I Lift, 12.Outro,
1.Be, 2.Long For You, 3.My Love, 4.More Than Life, 5.Saved, 6.Outsiders Intro, 7.Outsider, 8.Miracle, 9.Let's Twist Again, 10.Come On, 11.Breathe You, 12.Confused,
1.Captured, 2.Heyo, 3.Please Wake Me Up, 4.I'll Meet You Again, 5.I Could Sing, 6.Draw Me Closer, 7.Nothing Left To Say, 8.A Friend Needs A Friend, 9.I Will Fly, 10.With You By My Side, 11.Hold On, 12.Long For You, 13.1000 Miles,
1.Anthem, 2.My Life Rocks, 3.Shining Star, 4.Holy, 5.The Power of Love, 6.You Are the Song, 7.More of God, 8.SOS, 9.All Right, 10.Pierced, 11.Someday Somehow, 12.I Know,
More of God (1st Mar 2008)
You And Me (1997)
Long For You (2001)
Hold On (2002)
Please Wake Me Up (2002)
Power Of Love (2003)
German project Normal Generation? started in 1995. At first, it was a boys trio made of Simon Veigel (piano, guitar, harmonica, raps), Stefan "Steve" Waidelich (piano, vocals, songwriting) and his brother Marcus Waidelich (vocals, raps, dancer). All of them were born in born in 1980. Soon, they were joined by female vocalist Rebecca Gamer. Their first releases were eurodance, then they turned to a more Christian pop sound. Their lyrics were very religious-oriented and they describe themselves as an "evangelistic band" who try to be "faithful ambassadors of a Christianity that is alive, well and accessible". They were considered as Germany's most successful Christian band.
The trio did their first live performance during Teenietag in 1995, and according to the legend, they found their band name the same day. In 1996, they were joined by Rebecca and got signed unde records company Pila Music. First self-titled album was followed by a big tour in Germany as well as some festival gigs in Switzerland and the Netherlands.
In 1998, second album Normal Generation? II was released under Alliance Music. They launched her own festival, called More of God Camp, targeting Christian teenagers. Including live appearances, singing and dance workshops, forums, full of worship and religious messages, MoG indoctrination camps were successful enough to be continued the next years.
In 2000 they launched their third album Outsiders, which was more pop than eurodance, with even a few rock influences. Afterwards, they changed label again, signing a record deal with Dieter Falk's label Stereo Wonderland.
2001 : they were massively promoted in Germany by Evangelical Church with the action "God in the charts". Their new single Long For You could even be found in religious music stores.
In an interview, Simon explained the reasons of their musical change : "It wasn't a decision we made consciously, but rather came about naturally as we were in the process of producing an album that corresponded more to our own musical tastes and influences. The first two albums were much more dance-orientated, which was fine for a time and certainly established Normal Generation? in the European Christian music scene, but as the band has developed so have our musical priorities. The dance focus was more Steve's influence than anything else, but I'm much more of a Lenny Kravitz fan, so the new album was really liberating for me. Cross Rhythms described 'Outsiders' as a pick and mix CD, which is true to an extent, although our main goal with the album was to combine dance and rock influences and I think these can be found in most of the songs. As always when recording the album we were striving to produce something that would come over well live. You'll find songs that perhaps only really hit home when you see them done live."
2002 : they took part in the German national final of the 2002 Eurovision Song Contest with gospel-pop ballad Hold On and ended #3. They released their 4th album VIP.
2003 : their fifth album was entitled Freedom under again a new records company : J-Star
2004 : they did a creative pause. They contributed to organisation to More of God Days festival in Stuttgart.
2007 : they announced that a new album was planned.
2008 : new album More of God was presented. It was a collaboration with other musicians and produced by Derek von Krogh. It is no known wether it was released or not.
(Claus aka Q-Lau-Sie, aka The Red, red, rote, Claude)
Producer and writer for the group Aqua .
Claus was born on 5th of June 1970 in Copenhagen (Charlottenlund). He has 2 big sisters, Tanja and Line. His parents are retirees. He is 1,89 m tall and weights about 75 kg. He has green eyes and chestnut hair. He lives in Copenhagen. He likes cats (but has no pet for the moment), Harrison Ford, Depeche Mode and Kraftwerk. His favourite film is Blade Runner, his favourite TV show is Seinfeld, and the book he prefers is The Name of the Rose. He loves every kind of food. According to him, his best quality is patience, his biggest weakness is that he is a slow starter. He prefers darkhaired girls.
After high school he did three years on tech university. Before starting a musical career, he used to be a gas station attendant, a cleaner and a clothes attendant. With Soren Rasted , who he first knew back at school in Copenhagen, he's been since 1989 a member of Joyspeed (they started composing music for a Danish movie) and enjoyed a solitary success in the Danish charts with Itsy Blitzy.
Artists and groups featuring Norreen (Claus)
Aqua - Around The World (2000), Back To The 80's (2009), Barbie Girl (1997), Bumble Bees (2000), Cartoon Heroes (2000), Didn't I (1998), Good Morning Sunshine (1999), Lollipop (Candyman) (1997), My Oh My (1997), Roses Are Red (1996), Turn Back Time (1998), We Belong To The Sea (2000)
I Am Your Angel ()
Baby Come Back (1998)
You Came (2000)
You Came appeared on the Japanese compilation Dancemania X4. It was written and composed by Drew Todd and Russ Hurley (who released the trance single Sunstorm under the name Hurley & Todd)
The single I Am Your Angel / With Or Without You was self-produced.
2004 : Drew Todd released a pop album entitled Between 2 Moons.
2007 : Drew Todd released another album entitled Stage Left. The style was synth pop.
In This World (1994)
Runaway Horses (1995)
It is a Spanish dance act that was arranged by R. Gimenez and Juan Carlos Andreu. North Side released the singles In This World featuring Margot and Runway Horses (a cover of a song originally recorded by Belinda Carlisle) featuring Ketty. Both singles were recorded at Merlin Records Studio.
Thanks to Ulysses
Enjoy The Silence (1995)
Spanish dance act produced by Oscar B. Cuesta and P.J. Lanzagorta. They recorded the single Enjoy the Silence, which was a cover of Depeche Mode original song. The single included the track Endless Summer. Label: Blanco y Negro.
Thanks to Ulysses
The Italian label Not Only Music was founded at the beginning of the 90s by Marco Sartorello with the Quasar Team support, which became the first and main production team involved in NOM projects.
Quasar team are:
Paolo Altin (P. Altin) : DJ, producer composer: samplers, drums and percussions, computer programming.
Fred Abrami : singer, producer, vocals, lyrics
Dario Minca : producer arranger composer, keyboards and computer, programming sound engineer.
Many very interesting eurodance tracks were released. Among them, the most well-known artists are 2 Colors and Clay.
The Big Beat (1995)
"Nouvelle Frontière" means "new fronteer" in French. The Big Beat was a fast, mostly instrumental track with a trancy/happy hardcore touch. It was written, arranged and mixed at Time Studio by Gianluigi Piano. Executive producer was Giacomo Maiolini.
The vocalist featured by Nova was called Asiha (real name : Antonella Aiesi). Forever was composed, arranged and written by E. Passalacqua, G. Guglielmi and A. Prezioso. It was released under the label Dump records.
Thanks to reBeL and grof pl.
Supernova (3rd Jul 2003)
1.Intro, 2.Time After Time, 3.Dancing With Tears In My Eyes, 4.Paradise, 5.Guardian Angel, 6.Close To You, 7.To France, 8.One More Try, 9.Tears In May, 10.Nightflight, 11.To Trance, 12.Never-Ending Love, 13.Guardian Angel (Extended Mix), 14.To France (Nova Mix), 15.Nova's Theme,
Cubes (27th Mar 2004)
1.Run To You, 2.Come Out Of Your Darkness, 3.It's Too Late, 4.Beds Are Burning, 5.Summer Of Love, 6.Wicked Game, 7.Taste My Love, 8.All Through The Night, 9.Your Eyes, 10.Gimme More, 11.Homeless (Album Version), 12.Run To You,
DJ Edition (2006)
1.Intro, 2.All Through The Night (2006 Extended Mix), 3.Send Me An Angel (7th Heaven Mix), 4.Dancing With Tears In My Eyes (Nova Mix), 5.So Lonely (Back To Basics Mix), 6.Time After Time (After Time Mix), 7.Paradise (Club Mix), 8.Beds Are Burning (Marshall Mix), 9.Summer Of Love (2006 Re-Touch), 10.To France (Nova Mix), 11.Run To You (Burn Out Mix), 12.Guardian Angel (Nova Mix), 13.Wicked Game (Broken Mix), 14.Time After Time, 15.To France, 16.Guardian Angel, 17.Paradise, 18.Run To You, 19.Beds Are Burning, 20.So Lonely, 21.Dancing With Tears In My Eyes,
Time After Time (6th May 2002)
To France (19th Aug 2002)
Guardian Angel (16th Dec 2002)
Run To You (2003)
Beds Are Burning (12th Jan 2004)
So Lonely (7th Jun 2004)
Dancing With Tears In My Eyes (4th Oct 2004)
All Through The Night (2nd Jun 2006)
Time After Time Rebirth (2009)
Dancing Into Danger (21st Apr 2009)
Close Your Eyes (20th Aug 2010)
Love Changes Everything (18th Dec 2010)
Don't Look Back (10th May 2011)
On The Radio (15th Jun 2012)
Novaspace was founded in 2002 by the producer Felix J. Gauder around singer and frontlady Jessica Boehrs. Jessica was born on March 5th, 1980 in Magdeburg (Germany). She started her filming career in 1993, playing in many German TV-films and soaps (Die Wagenfelds, Marienhof). But singer Rita Orlando confirmed in 2019 that she was actually the real voice of the project.
Novaspace first single Time After Time was a handsup cover version of Cyndi Lauper's 1984 hit-single. Released in the first half of 2002, it reached #6 on the German singles chart, #7 in Austria, #15 in Australia, and almost a year later #29 in the UK. Their second single To France (cover of Mike Oldfield's 1984 song) was released not long after the first single and reached #27 in Germany and #23 in Austria. The came their third single Guardian Angel (a cover of Masquerade's 1983 song) hit the stores in December 2002, which reached #9 in Germany in January 2003 and #11 in Austria. Their first album Supernova was released in January 2003. This collection of cover versions of 80s hit-singles and went #28 in Germany and #39. Then came Paradise, which only managed to reach #48 in Germany and #41 in Austria.
Follow-up Novaspace single Run to You (cover version of Bryan Adams' 1984 song) charted moderately : # 38 both in Germany and Austria. The second single Beds Are Burning (cover version of Midnight Oil's 1988 hit) was more successful : #7 in Germany, #2 in Austria, and #42 in Switzerland. Sophomore album Cubes, again filled up with cover versions, reached #27 in Germany and #24 in Austria. So Lonely, the next single, went #15 Germany and #10 in Austria, but did quite poorly in Switzerland (only #87). The fourth single Dancing with Tears in My Eyes was a cover version of an Ultravox's hit single.
In 2004, Jessica Boehrs starred in a DreamWorks movie called Eurotrip.
2006 : Novaspace released their third album DJ Edition, a collection of their previous singles in a reworked format, including one new track, a cover of Real Life's Send Me an Angel. The album charted only in Germany (#68). The album also featured a DVD containing the videos of all the singles. One single, All Through the Night, was released and peaked #50 in Germany. Jessica left the project. In December 2006, she joined the German television program Schloss Einstein, plying the role of Nina Waldgruber.
2008 : Jenny Marsala became the new Novaspace frontlady. Legend says that Felix Gauder spotted her on Youtube...
2009 : Novaspace was back with a new single entitled Dancing Into Danger. On the sleeve, a new logo, followed by "new generation"... Then, came a remix entitled Time After Time Rebirth.
2010 : Novaspace's new single was a cover of Climie Fisher entitled Love Changes Everything. Follow-up was Close Your Eyes.
2011 : Don't Look Back was the title of Novaspace's new single.
Thanks to Tavi Meran
1.The Only One, 2.Take A Chance, 3.Taking Me Back, 4.A New Life, 5.Someday, 6.You Could Change It Again, 7.It's Too Late, 8.Movin' On,
1.Excessive Love, 2.Head It Off, 3.Walking On Ceilings, 4.Smile, 5.Don't Look Back, 6.Dreamland Paradise, 7.Love Is Gonna Get Cha, 8.Near Me,
1.Tabu, 2.Shine, 3.Sottovoce, 4.Wild Life, 5.Broadway, 6.Secret Lover, 7.Sweet Talk, 8.Mama Say Ye,
1.Necessary, 2.Day And Night, 3.Love Is, 4.Love The Feeling, 5.Gemini, 6.Secret, 7.Movin' On, 8.In The Summer Time, 9.I Will Never Let You Down, 10.Love The Feeling, 11.Personality, 12.On A Magic Carpet Ride,
1.Smile, 2.Heart On The Line, 3.Wait For Me, 4.Leaving Now, 5.Excessive Love, 6.Desperado, 7.I Need Love, 8.Wait For Me (Remix), 9.Dreamland Paradise, 10.Movin' On,
Day And Night (1995)
Greatest Hits (1995)
1.Movin' On, 2.I Need Love, 3.Heart On The Line, 4.The Night, 5.Why Me, 6.Excessive Love, 7.Wait For Me, 8.Dreamland Paradise, 9.Changes, 10.Smile, 11.The Only One, 12.The Rain,
Leaving Now (1996)
1.Leaving Now, 2.Ooh Baby (Nothing Like Love), 3.Heart On The Line, 4.In The Rain, 5.Jan And Joe, 6.Set Me Free, 7.I Need Love, 8.Tell Somebody,
C'è un mondo che... (1997)
1.C'È Un Mondo Che..., 2.Atmosfere, 3.Non Esiste, 4.Siamo Pensieri, 5.Svegliarsi Adesso, 6.Immagini, 7.Liberi, 8.Una Nuova Realtà, 9.Questa Notte,
Featuring... (28th Nov 2002)
1.Tell me Something, 2.Living so Fast, 3.Let me Breathe, 4.Flying on the Sky, 5.After All, 6.Vision, 7.You are so Beatiful, 8.Mow that you've Gone, 9.Leaving Now, 10.Tell me Something,
Movin' On (1984)
The Only One (1984)
Novecento LP (1984)
Why Me (1985)
Excessive Love (1986)
Broadway / Mama Say Ye (1988)
I Need Love (1990)
Come To Me (1990)
Heart On The Line (1991)
Wait For Me (1993)
Love Is (1993)
Marimba Day (Everybody Dancing) (1993)
Leaving Now (1994)
Day And Night (1995)
Everybody Get Down (1997)
Tell Me Something (2007)
A New Day (2014)
Wait For Me (US remixes) (1994)
I Need Love (remix 94) (1994)
Novecento ('94 Remix) EP (1994)
Members : Pino Nicolosi (Keyboards), Lino Nicolosi (Lead Guitar), Rossana Nicolosi (Bass), Dora Carofiglio (Lead Vocals). They mostly released Italo disco.
I Need Love was at first released in 1990. The Dietor Mix was made in 1994 for a commercial and it's a very nice eurodance mix.
Thanks to Yane the Greek and BroderTuck
I Was Made Made For Lovin' You (May 1993)
Dance You Up (24th Nov 1993)
You Spin Me Round (1995)
Dance You Up was composed, written and produced by Felix J.Gauder and Peter Kleiber, recorded at BAC Studio and mixed at Daylight Studio by Peter Kleiber. It featured the voice of Charles Simmons and Melissa Goodlitt, with background vocals by Bettina Jurich. Label : BMG
I Was Made Made For Lovin' You was produced by Oliver Fischer, Felix J. Gauder and Peter Kleiber. It featured the voice of Charles Simmons. It was released under Intercord.
A third single was recorded, entitled You Spin Me Round
Charles Simmmons Officiel website
Come Back To Me (1997)
Noway was a French boys band featuring 3 handsome guys. Produced by Joël Jupiter, written by Pascal Maton and Sergio Bizzotto, composed by Pascal Maton, their only single Come Back To Me was released in 1997. It appeared on the compilations Dance Attitude 18 and Choc De La Dance. They performed their single at Dance Machine.
Thanks to Marian Stoica
Nadie Sabe Quién (1992)
I Want Your Love (1994)
Spanish dance act consisting of Azucena Recoveni, Juan Manuel Sueiro and Agustin Querol. They founded this act as a synthpop one and recorded single Nadie Sabe Quién in 1992. It included track Your Way Of Life on B-Side and was released under label Quality Madrid.
Two years later, single I Want Your Love was released. It was a genuine eurodance song and was mixed at Estudios Red Led. Label: Clik.
They recorded two tracks titled No Me Digas Más and Necesitas Más, that were included on the compilation Zona de Concierto 94.
Thanks to Ulysses
NTN is a project of Federico Scavo and Riccardo Menichetti. Heartbeat was produced by Damiano Moschini and Stefano Profeti. Voice could belong to Antonella Massaro (but this needs to be confirmed).
Thanks to Marian Stoica
The Best (1997)
Ain't Talkin' 'bout Love (1997)
Their single Simply the Best (a cover of Tina Turner's hit) was produced by Mauro Farina, Roby Arduini and Antonio Puntillo, recorded and mixed at Union Studios (Verona, Italy), released under Union Records (a SAIFAM label) and featured on the UK compilation The Bennets Collection.
Numuzik Productions have been working in the dance-music domain for more than 20 years, first of all as a music distributor. They also produced many dance compilations which allowed them to gain an enviable natioanl and international reputation. Numuzik Productions can be now considered as the biggest independant dance-music label in Canada. In 1994 they obtained the Juno Award of best dance-music producer, with 8 compilations that sold platinium and 15 that sold gold.
Among the featured artists and groups stand Nadia , Emjay , Roxxy and Capital Sound , but also Captain GQ, DFS, Disciples Of Sound, Jaade, Jay Jay, Julia, Red Ants, Maria-Lisa, Solina, and Total House Capacity.
Body 2 Body, Soul 2 Soul (1993)
Turn Your Body (1995)
The Rhythm of The Beat (1998)
Nuvo Riche was a phonetic spelling of French expression "Nouveau riche". Label : Decadance Records.
Contact and Body 2 Body, Soul 2 Soul were produced by Fonny De Wulf. Body 2 Body, Soul 2 Soul featured vocals by Samantha Gilles (who also took part to Kymelle's Show That Body Baby). Turn Your Body was produced by Denzil Slemming who also wrote Countdown.
Thanks to Gianni
Make Me Dance (1994)
I'm With You (1995)
Members: Tasso, Glen and Susanne Bertline
Glen has released 2 solo singles in 1997 under the name of Mourin (Remixed Records) in pop-style. Susanne Bertline has done vocals for Melodie MC as well.
N'Ything only released 2 singles, but during their live gigs (such as a concert given on the 3rd February 1995 in Sundsvall and broadcasted by radio SR P3) they sung many other amazing eurodance songs such as Energy, Let It Flow, Secrets, Jam, and Get You Up...
Thanks to Mikoo
French producer who often worked with Régis Ducatillon or François-Xavier Legleye. They collaborated on projects such as Trance X-Ppress, Montana, Blake Amado, Jocko... He had his biggest success after eurodance faded away from France : with Joëlle Guidon, he produced a french techno group called Mr Joy, which was very popular during a few years. He owns the small label Tempo Productions.
Thanks to Nico
Artists and groups featuring Nyiri (Fabrice)
Beat Box - Feel It Alright (1994)
Montana - Love'n'Kiss (Embrasse moi) (1994)
Moskobeat - Come Back (In the kingdom of heart) (1994)
Spring Helena - I'm Gonna Stand It (1995)
Trance X-Press - Get Up (1994), Turn Up The Power (1994)
Swedish producer Anders Nyman (aka Snakebyte) was born and raised in Malmö, south of Sweden, but from November 2009 lives in Stockholm. Anders was always intrigued with music since he was a child. He used to listen to music, and fantazising about working with it in a big studio. As he grew up to a teenager, Anders started to make music for real. He never had a formal education in music, but the computer technology enabled him to make music on his home computer.
He contributed as songwriter and producer to many eurodance and bubble-gum projects : Caramell, Magic Motion, Smile.dk, Dr. Macdoo...
In 1990 Anders heard the track Infinity by the artist Guru Josh. This was one of the tracks that inspired him to start making music. Little did he know then that he would be working on the same track, nearly 20 years later to bring it back on the charts. Anders started working professionally as a producer in 1999. But it wasn't until 2008 that he got his real big break as a member of the Guru Josh Project, with over 1.5 million copies sold worldwide with the hit Infinity 2008. With the hit of Infinity, Anders saw the opportunity to become a DJ. He's now been seen playing clubs around the world, sometimes together with his Sidekick Simon Kaye.
Artists and groups featuring Nyman (Anders)
Caramell - Explodera (Som Dynamit) (1999)
Magic Motion - The Magic Ride (album) (1998)
Smile - Future Girls (album) (2001)
I Want Your Body (1991)
Strange Love (1994)
Nymphomania was a project of Dutch producers Michael van der Kuy (aka Denzil Slemming) and Nick Nayme founded around hot model, TV host and vocalist Monique Sluyter. Born and raised in Sneek (Netherlands), she did her TV debuts in Italy, co-hosting TV-show Colpo Grosso (Italia7) in 1986 then in Germany in 1989 in Tutti Frutti (RTL) for 3 years. The same year, she released an Italo-disco solo single entitled Super Europe in 1989. A power rapper called Mistar was also part of the project.
First single I Want Your Body, released in 1991, was Tech House. It sold gold, entered US Billboard and was #31 in Japan, higher than Madonna... 3 years passed (during which Monique worked for Dutch television, hosting show Erotica, among others) before a second song, Strange Love, was released, on compilation Super Club Groovin' - House Revolution Vol. 24. This time, it was a nice eurodance track.
Michael van der Kuy and Nick Nayme also stood behind project 2 The Core. Monique Sluyter went on her TV-host and successful model carreer (she was featured 5 times in Playboy).
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Play With Me (29th Sep 2003)
1.Virgin Superstar, 2.Pretty Young Thing, 3.It's Your Duty, 4.Play With Me, 5.Bad Coffee Day, 6.Here We Go, 7.Bite You, 8.Up in Smoke, 9.We Wanna Party, 10.Pants Up, 11.Surprise, 12.Scream,
It´s Your Duty (2003)
Pretty Young Thing (2003)
(Lene Grawford, aka Grunda Pruppen, The Nugget, Lemon, The Babe) is Aqua's female vocalist. She was born on 10th of October 1973 in Tonsberg (Norway). She has one sister called Emilie. Her Dad works as a supervisor for Elf in the North Sea. Her Mum is full-time housewife. She spent her childhood close to nature. Her father made her practice a lots of sports. After college, she went to a guide school.
She is 1,70 m tall and weights 53 kg. She likes her dog, a Boxer called Sara. Her favorite actresses are Juliette Lewis and Marilyn Monroe. Her preferred groups are Kid Rock, Savage Garden and Bloodhound Gang. Her favoured movies are Stargate, Ford Fairlane and The Big Blue. She likes singing, training and travelling. As for her temper, she tells : 'I'm not very patient, impulsive and high tempered'. But she is also full of humour. She defines herself as a feminist. She is against plastic surgery... even if she admits that physical aspect is very important to succeed in her job. She likes futurist cars such as the Smart, but she drives a Wrangler Jeep, a motorcycle, an old BMW and a Jaguar. In a couple of years she would like to liveon a big farm with a lot of animals.
You certainly can't miss Lene. With her outrageousdress sense, huge platform boots, cropped tops and hipsters, and that flaming shock of bright red hair, she out-spices even Geri of the Spice Girls. When she's asked about it, she laughs. 'It isn't real. I've over 30 of them with the same design.' She reckons they bring her luck; since she started wearing them, the band's first international hit, Barbie Girl, has done phenomenally well, earning the band gold and platinum discs all over the world; even in the States. Funnily enough, although Lene's partly responsible for inflicting Barbie Girl on the world, she never even played with Barbie dolls when she was a kid. 'I was a bit of a tomboy and would rather kick a football around,' she says. Tomboy or not, after being a bartender and a goldsmith clerk, her first step towards global fame was becoming a model, although she quickly found out that it wasn't the best job in the world.
'All the bitchiness and competition in the modeling world caught up with me very quickly.' It didn't take her long to decide that there were better jobs to be had in front of the camera; next, she landed a job as a children's television presenter in Norway. It was while she was 'discovered' by René. He heard her sing and was apparently so bowled over by her voice that he asked her if she would like to sing in the band he had formed with Claus and Soren. The meeting led not only to Lene joining the band but also a three year relationship with René Dif , which ended some time ago. She's now dating a guy from Denmark although the sudden, astronomical success of Aqua means that life is now megabusy. It also makes it difficult for Lene to see her family, who live near Oslo in Norway, particularly as the band is based in Denmark. 'When I first joined Aqua I had to move to Denmark and was dreadfully homesick,' she told a magazine recently. Lene's live wire performances on stage are legendary - Soren says she metamorphoses when she's performing. 'She's kind and thinks a lot about other people,' he says, 'but she turns into the other Lene when she's on stage.'
2003 : Søren and Lene recently got married in Las Vegas.
Lene released her first solo album, called Play With Me, following
her first single It's Your Duty. Her follow-up single was entitled
Pretty Young Thing.
2005 : Lene and Søren contributed with many other Danish artists to a benefic single to raise funds for the Tsunami victims : Hvor Små Vi Er, released in January.
2006 : Pretty Young Thing was covered by Tina Cousins. Lene decided to move to Hollywood to attend an acting school and start a career of actress. Her Danish was not fluent enough to try a career in Denmark. She gave an exclusive interview in the magazine Costume, about her future plans.
2011 : Lene was announced as one of the coaches on the Danish version of real-TV show The Voice, along with Steen Jørgensen, Sharin Foo and L.O.C.
2015 : she played the role of Velma Von Tussle in Danish version of musical Hairspray.
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Artists and groups featuring Nystrom (Lene)
Aqua - Around The World (2000), Back To The 80's (2009), Barbie Girl (1997), Bumble Bees (2000), Cartoon Heroes (2000), Didn't I (1998), Good Morning Sunshine (1999), Lollipop (Candyman) (1997), My Oh My (1997), Roses Are Red (1996), Turn Back Time (1998), We Belong To The Sea (2000)