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Happy Sad (1996)
Label : Lethal Records
Thanks to Gianni
Tiziano Pagani scored his first hits as a member of East Side Beat. He also contributed to many Cappella tracks. He remixes some other Media Records artists tracks, such as Anticappella's Move Your Body or Clubhouse's Don't Stand So Close To Me.
Artists and groups featuring Pagani (Tiziano)
49ers - Hanging On To Love (1995)
Cappella - U Tore My World Apart (1997)
She's Ah Rebel - Piece Of My Heart (1995)
When I Fall In Love (1994)
Here We Go (1994)
Giorgio Paganini could be a parent of the classical composer Nicolo Paganini... Both singles were released under Propio records. When I Fall In Love was produced by Paganini, D. Fix, M. Pini and M. Baffa. It was recorded and mixed by the "Rushteam" at Demolition Studio in Milano. A remixes vinyl for When I Fall In Love was released in 1995.
Paganini was featured by Baffa for the singles Rush To The Moon and Luna de Rio, and by FTR for the single Reflections.
Thanks to grof pl. and Gianni
Artists and groups featuring Paganini (Giorgio)
Baffa - Rush To The Moon (1994)
Paganini Giorgio - When I Fall In Love (1994)
Samuel Paganini was born In Vittorio Veneto (Italy) on September 27th 1972. Since he was very young, he showed a great interest in the music. He studied drums and guitar and in 1988 when he was 15 years old, he played in some rock local groups and started to work as DJ in a club in Belluno called "Concorde". Afterwards, he started to work in various clubs in the Veneto area, and various evenings in other clubs where he played a selection of music, always keeping up-to-date to the newsness. At the same time, his interest in electronic music and for the technical registration grew up, he started studying piano. In 1992, he asked Albertino and Fargetta from Radio Dee Jay to listen to some of his demos. He published his first single under the Energy label.
In 1993 Gianfranco Bortolotti from Media Records showed interest in his demos. Samuel entered the Media team, and contributed to the production of numerous projects, among those Sharada House Gang, and of course Cappella, scoring #1 all over Europe.
After one year of experience working in a registration office in Brescia, he opened his own studio and he chose to follow a different kind of sound more appropriate to his music style and more opened to experiments. In 1998 with the instrumental composition Zoe under the nickname of Paganini Traxx, always on independent label, he became #1 in the English club charts; it was considered one of the best Italian record from the specialised press, and was realized and distributed in all Europe and in other countries from Sony and after that remixed from Timo Maas.
2000 : he realized and published, under his own name, another single in Europe called Reaching Out and other works with various nick names (such as Revolvier) for the label (Rise records). At the same time he continued his live artist activity, becoming drummer for the Flower Power group (rock cover in the 60/70) and in the Bambini Cattivi (rock & cross over). He also continued his work in the recording studio, he worked on a Trip-hop version of Elisa's Happiness is home. He also travelled in all Europe for different shows as a DJ.
Nowadays, he collaborates with Airplane rec.
Artists and groups featuring Paganini (Samuel)
Horos - Keep On (1994), Let's Do It (1995)
Keenya - Waiting For Your Love (1995)
Sharada House Gang - Dancing Through The Night (1993)
I Don't Wanna Hurt You (1993)
Come On Back (1994)
Dance Your Funky (1995)
Spring Rain (1996)
The Bronx (1996)
Another Star (2011)
Caught In The Middle (14th Jul 2015)
Raw Disco Style (18th Jan 2016)
Producer and remixer Mauro Aventino aka DJ Pagany has shown unique taste in house productions and creation as shown by years of high charts and club play since 1990. His career as producer includes Cappella, 49ers, Anticappella, Superstar DJS, Su Su Bobien, House Bros, just to mention a few and as remixer made the likes of: Kaya, King Unique, Hatiras, Jakatta, De'Lacy, Innervision. Essential team-ups and productions for artists such as Kym Mazelle, Barbara Tucher, Taka Boom, Su Su Bobien, Joy Malcolm.
In 1992, he released the single People, built around a sample from Orbital - Chime.
Pagany is a contributor of many international charts such as DJ Magazine Hype Chart and DMC and is one of the main acts in the Radio show In da Klubb on air every weekend at Radio 105 Network Italy and Channel 5 web radio with the upfront house tunes of the moment. Pagany with Pippo Polara (intl. manager and artists PR) are partners of Napic Publishing and Distar Records with Roby Arduini
In 2003, he co-founded producers team House Bros. The very first single, featuring the diva Kym Mazelle, was released in 2004 : it was entitled Feel Like Dancin. Summer 2007, the second House Bros single featuring Joy Malcolm. It was included in various important compilations such as Hed Kandi, Ministry Of Sound, EMI Australia, Nokia, Clubstar... The 3rd House Bros single Keep On featuring the disco diva Carol Jiani and it was supported by top international DJs.
2008 : House Bros are back again with a great production celebrate house music Let The Music. Pagany also released a track with Arduini entitled Show Me How Good, featuring Valentina Ducros.
Artists and groups featuring Pagany
49ers - Move Your Feet (1991)
Anticappella - 2 Square Root 231 (1991)
Arduini Roby - Loving You (2016)
Clock - Holding On (1993)
Mig29 - Mig-29 (1992)
Neon Light - Dance to the Trance (1993)
One Nation - Heaven (1995)
Pagany - Come On Back (1994), Dance Your Funky (1995), I Don't Wanna Hurt You (1993), People (1992)
Plus Staples - Gimme More Time (1994)
Sharada House Gang - It's Gonna Be Alright (1991), Passion (1992)
Too Busy - I Feel You (1994)
Volta - To The Beat (1994)
Come On (1996)
This Is The Time (1997)
Slow Down Boy (1999)
At 13, Nathalie Lepage had already made her choice of career. She joined a music group and started to exploit her talent with the firm decision to succeed. She took singing lessons, joined several groups and participated in many shows. In 1994, she started a Canadian tour with the group Capital Sound and participated in the album which was to win a 1995 Juno award for best dance recording.
In 1996, Nathalie launched her solo career with the single entitled Come On. Her second single was entitled This Is The Time. Her sensuous voice, her stage presence and her taste for gut-level music generate the kind of feelings that cannot be ignored, right from the start.
Over the past few years she has been working on a solo debut album. In 1999 a new track Slow Down Boy appeared on a compilation in Canada.
Nathalie Page released a single with the group Avalon, entitled I'll Never Run Away.
Major Music Limited
Roberto Campos - Canadian Eurodance
Thanks to Klems
Artists and groups featuring Page (Nathalie)
Capital Sound - Desire (1994), In The Night (1994)
Love Resurrection (1995)
Label: Clown. The single was recorded and mixed Bips Studio.
It's so Good (26th Sep 2014)
Ticoa (14th Oct 2014)
#Ecstasy (12th Jan 2015)
This Beat (20th Apr 2015)
Believe In Me (26th May 2015)
House Identity (4th Apr 2016)
Give Me Love (14th Jun 2016)
What's Real (28th Nov 2016)
Different Woman (Dec 2016)
Root 909 (17th Feb 2017)
House Mood (15th Apr 2017)
I Don't Know What I'd Do (18th Sep 2017)
Sweet Heart (2nd Oct 2017)
Bopi (9th Oct 2017)
Different Worlds (2nd Feb 2018)
You Don't Know Me (12th Mar 2018)
Your Number (26th Apr 2018)
Simon Pagliari was born in Brescia. He started deejaying at the early age of 17. He made his debut at the disco Paradiso in his home city, then played his DJ set in over 150 clubs. In Paradiso, he met artistic director Pierre Feroldi who brought him to records company Media Records, where he remixed during 5 years the biggest artists of the moment : Cappella, Mauro Picotto, Club House, 49ers, Patric Osborne, Anticappella, Mig29, Ricky Le Roy, Joy Kiticonti... He was a member of projects Fits Of Gloom and fronted Plus Staples...
Afterwards, he started working with other DJs on the international scene and with other record companies in Brescia : the DJ Movement, Motivo and Time Records. He met his current friend and collaborator Robytek, and started experiment with different musical genres, such as House, Deep House and Tech House Music. He released singles under name Simon Pagliari in collaboration with Cream Sound Factory, Frankie Gada, Chris Oldman...
Artists and groups featuring Pagliari (Simone)
49ers - Hanging On To Love (1995)
B-Cube - Take a Breath Away (Bellissima) (2010)
B-cube - Just How I Feel (2011)
Cream Sound Factory - Night Moves (2015), Release Myself (2015)
DD Klein - Do You Wanna Dance
DJ Professor - Rockin' Me (1994)
Fits Of Gloom - Return To Me (1995)
Frankie Gada, Cream Sound Factory - Get Up For Your Beat (2015)
Ginger - I Need You Babe (1999)
Nikos, Chris Oldman - Feel So Happy (2016)
Prezioso - In My Mind (2002)
Saraiva Regina - Stranger In Paradise (1997)
Baby We're Gonna Love Tonight (10th Feb 1993)
Elephant Paw (7th Jan 1994)
Jack Y'All (27th Sep 1994)
The Sound Of Now (10th Dec 1996)
Members of the project were O. Menardi, Lino Lodi, Stefano Mango. Singles were released under Next Records, then X-energy records.
Their first single Baby We're Gonna Love Tonight was produced at Small Studio Recording. It included a B-side entitled Wipe !. It was re-released in 1995 under the name Lime Inc. The next single Elephant Paw included remixes by Xen Mantra. It was re-released under the label Positiva.
Remixes done by Pan Position :
Lime Inc. - Babe We're Gonna Love Tonite (1995)
Masoko - Masoko Solo (1993), Pessa Pessa (1994)
Trance Orchestra - Check It Out (1994)
Thanks to Rhythm Ryan
I Will Be (1996)
Label : Dance Universal Experiment. I Will Be is a eurodance track with a touch of latino flavour.
Su Le Mani (1996)
Giorgio Panariello is a famous Italian showman, imitator and actor born in 1960. In 1988-1989, his voice appeared on several releases by new beat project Mod N.4.
Su Le Mani was the opening track of eponymous compilation released in 1996 on GDM. It featured many samples from the TV show Su Le Mani that he presented with another famous TV presenter, Carlo Conti, on Rai channel. The same year, he also published the song Aria Fresca, once again based on a TV Show he presented.
2008 he released his first book, Non ti lascerò mai solo.
Thanks to DJ Marto Aida
One Of A Kind (Oct 1993)
1.Intro: I'm Beginning To Fly, 2.Another Party, 3.Trust Me, 4.Going To The Top, 5.Come On And Do It, 6.One Of A Kind, 7.Get Your Chance, 8.Promise, 9.Dizzharmonie, 10.Join Me Now, 11.Something's Gone, 12.Trust Me (Club Extended), 13.Come On And Do It (The Funky Ride Version II),
Tell The World (1995)
1.Intro:The Outer reaches, 2.Don't You Know, 3.The Naked Sun, 4.Tell The World, 5.Love Is A Stranger, 6.Don't Let Me, 7.Take My Hand, 8.Can't Fake The Feeling, 9.Bedtime, 10.Work, 11.Rely, 12.Kalahari, 13.Don't You Know (Sir Family Extended),
Best Of Pandora (1997)
1.Trust Me, 2.Tell The World, 3.Come On And Do It, 4.Don't You Know, 5.One Of A Kind, 6.The Naked Sun, 7.Something's Gone (Ragga Dance Cut), 8.Take My Hand, 9.One Of Us, 10.Going To The Top, 11.Love Is A Stranger, 12.Get Your Chance, 13.Rely, 14.Come On And Do It (Rhythm Takes Control Mix), 15.Tell The World (Straight Outta Kalahari), 16.The Naked Sun (The Beduin House Camp), 17.Don't You Know (Peka P's Alternative Cut), 18.Something's Gone (Original Version),
1.It's Alright, 2.A Little Bit, 3.Single Life, 4.The Sands Of Time, 5.Anything, 6.Why, 7.Any Time Of Season, 8.Smile 'n' Shine, 9.If You Want It (Come And Get It), 10.Goin' On, 11.Love And Glory, 12.Waves Of Memories (Epilogue),
Changes (UK version) (1997)
1.Prologue: Echoes,, 2.It's Allright, 3.A Little Bit, 4.Single Life, 5.The Sands Of Time (UK Remix), 6.Any Time Of Season, 7.Why (UK Remix), 8.Smile N' Shine (UK Radio Mix), 9.Anything, 10.You'll Always Be The Love Of My Life, 11.If You Want It (Come On Get It), 12.Goin' On, 13.Love And Glory, 14.Waves Of Memories (Epilogue),
1.Don't You Know, 2.Show Me What you Got, 3.Smile 'n' Shine, 4.A Little Bit, 5.Tell The World, 6.Spirit To Win, 7.The Sands Of Time, 8.If This Isn't Love (What Is It), 9.Bright Eyes, 10.Single Life, 11.Love And Glory, 12.One Of Us,
This Could Be Heaven (1998)
1.Single Life, 2.Everybody's Living It up, 3.Shout It Out, 4.Show Me What You Got, 5.Great Life, 6.If This Isn't Love (What Is It), 7.This Could Be Heaven, 8.Let It Go, 9.The Love Of My Life, 10.Mr Right, 11.I'll Be There For you, 12.I Welcome You, 13.You Drive Me Crazy, 14.I Feel Free,
1.A Little Bit, 2.Act of Faith, 3.Angel, 4.Breathe, 5.Bright Eyes, 6.Freezone, 7.I Can Get It, 8.I Welcome You, 9.If This Isn't Love, 10.Kiss Me Goodnight, 11.Love Don't Need No Lies, 12.Mama, 13.Sayonara, 14.Single Life, 15.Smile 'N' Shine, 16.Tell Me, 17.The Love of My Life, 18.This Could Be Heaven, 19.You'll Be Alright,
2.My Own Way, 3.You Don't Want To Know, 4.Tell Me, 5.Talk To Me, 6.Freezone, 7.Breathe, 8.Mama, 9.I Can Get It, 10.Love Don't Need No Lies, 11.A Broken Soul, 12.Act Of Faith, 13.Do You Want Me Back, 14.Sayonara, 15.This Could Be Heaven, 16.Tell Me, 17.The Love of My Life, 18.This Could Be Heaven, 19.You'll Be Alright,
Pandora Nonstop (1999)
1.This Could Be Heaven, 2.Show Me What You Got, 2.The Naked Sun, 4.Work, 5.Shout It Out, 6.One Of Us, 7.The Sands Of Time, 8.Tell The World, 9.You Don't Want To Know, 10.A Little Bit (Radio Version), 11.Love And Glory, 12.Single Life, 13.Freezone, 14.If This Isn't Love (What Is It), 15.You'll Be Alright, 16.Bright Eyes, 17.Smile 'n' Shine, 18.The Love Of My Life, 19.Love Is A Stranger, 20.Don't You Know (The Sir Family Extended),
No Regrets (Feb 2000)
1.No Regrets, 2.Will You Be There, 3.How Will I (Get Over You), 4.I Won't Look Back, 5.Midnight Sun, 6.Close To You, 7.On A Night Like This, 8.Finally, 9.Be My Man, 10.I'm Sorry, 11.Crazy Way About You, 12.Get Ready, 13.Every Night Is Friday Night, 14.Nature Of Love,
A Little Closer (2001)
1.I Need To Know, 2.Don't Worry, 3.Every Second Beat (Duet with Eric Martin from Mr. Big), 4.Anyway, 5.Come A Little Closer, 6.I Found Love, 7.Believe In Me, 8.Insanity, 9.Will You..., 10.U Can't Beat This, 11.Now, 12.Push,
Won't Look Back (2001)
1.I Won't Look Back, 2.Don't Worry, 3.I Found Love, 4.Every Second Beat (Duet with Eric Martin from Mr. Big), 5.Come A Little Closer, 6.When I'm Over You, 7.Crazy Way About You, 8.I Need To Know, 9.Nature Of Love, 10.Believe In Me, 11.Anyway, 12.I'm The Better Woman,
9 Lives (2003)
1.A Love Like This, 2.Girl In A Daydream, 3.Chapter One, 4.If Tomorrow Comes Too Soon, 5.Best Friends, 6.I'll Be Gone, 7.You, 8.When I'm Over You, 9.Invisible Girl, 10.Been All Around, 11.You & I, 12.I'm The Better Woman, 13.Summer Rain, 14.Never Give Up,
Greatest Hits & Remixes (Mar 2004)
1.Trust Me, 2.Come On And Do It, 3.One of A Kind, 4.Something's Gone (ragga dance cut), 5.Tell The World, 6.Don't You Know, 7.The Naked Sun (radio edit), 8.One Of Us (radio edit), 9.Trust Me (deeply short mix), 10.Come On And Do It (the funky ride version II), 11.One Of A Kind (naked eye remix), 12.Tell the world (birch 'n' Chris remix), 13.The naked sun (the beduin house camp), 14.Don't You Know (clock's ten to two radio mix), 15.Don't You Know (Man city vocal), 16.Come On And Do It (rhythm takes control mix), 17.Something's Gone (orbital trance edit), 18.Something's Gone (original version),
9 Lives (2005)
1.A Love Like This, 2.I'm Confused, 3.Runaway, 4.Girl In A Daydream, 5.Tomorrow comes too soon, 6.Best Friends, 7.I'll Be Gone, 8.You, 9.Don't Worry, 10.Chapter One, 11.You & I, 12.Invisible Girl, 13.I'm The Better Woman,
Celebration (28th Nov 2007)
1.On a Night Like This (JS16 L8 Nite Radio Edit), 2.One Of a Kind (Koyra's Electro Mix), 3.One Of Us (Vinylshakerz 101 Mix), 4.The Naked Sun (Desert Heavy Rock Mix), 5.Come On And Do It (Playmaker's Do It Mix), 6.Tell the world (Pitchtunes vs. Playmaker Radio Edit), 7.Trust Me (Vasco & Millboy Radio Edit), 8.Don't You Know (Soundcruisers' Radio Edit), 9.Don't Worry (Worry Free Mix), 10.The Sands Of Time (Flamenco edit), 11.On a Night Like This (Playmaker's Mix), 12.Come On And Do It (JS16 Do It Mix), 13.Don't Worry (Blue House Effect In Effect Mix), 14.Don't You Know (Magic Mitch & Dj Nico Reagaton Mix), 15.Tell the world (Groove Maniax Casablanca edit), 16.Trust Me (Vasco & Millboy Extended),
Head Up High (30th Mar 2011)
1.You Woke My Heart (JS16 Radio Edit), 2.Ice Cream, 3.Head Up High, 4.You Believed (Pandora ft. Matt Hewie), 5.Kitchy Kitchy (Pandora ft. Bloom 06), 6.Hope, 7.Why Pandora, 8.Until The Hurt Is Gone, 9.I Found Love, 10.Wild Boys, 11.Off The Hook, 12.Turn It Over, 13.Call Me (V & M Club Edit), 14.You Believed (Slow Piano String Version),
Trust Me (Jun 1993)
Tell The World (1994)
Come On And Do It (1994)
One Of A Kind (1994)
Something's Gone (Apr 1994)
One Of Us (1995)
Don't You Know (1995)
The Naked Sun (1995)
A Little Bit (1996)
It's Alright (1996)
Smile'n Shine (1997)
The Sands Of Time (1997)
Single Life (1997)
Show Me What You Got (1997)
Spirit To Win (1998)
This Could Be Heaven (1998)
U Drive Me Crazy (1998)
Mr Right (1998)
Bright Eyes (1998)
No Regrets (1999)
You'll Be Allright (21st Jan 1999)
You Don't Want To Know (21st Apr 1999)
Don't Worry (2001)
I Need To Know (2001)
I Won't Look Back (2002)
When I'm Over You (2002)
You (Mar 2003)
Don't Worry (Jun 2003)
I'm Confused (2004)
A Love Like This (2005)
Kitchy Kitchy (25th Sep 2009)
You Believed (May 2010)
You Woke My Heart (16th Feb 2011)
Why Magistral (Jul 2011)
I Feel Alive (18th Oct 2013)
Pandora's real name is Karin Anneli Catarina Pandora Magnusson. Like many artists, she is told to be singing before she could talk. 'My mother has told me that it was my father who discovered my musical talent. I was still a baby at the time - I was already singing melodies then, long before I could speak.'
Her childhood was characterized by a love of music. Pandora's parents lived with their 5 children in Björkbacken, a small town in central Sweden. In the family's living room there was always a guitar hanging on the wall and in the corner stood an imposing electric organ. 'When I was about 9 years old I began making music at home with my brother. We lived in a fairly remote area of the country and there were very few children to play with in the afternoons, so we had plenty of time to make music.'
Pandora discovered contemporary rock and pop music in all its facets. She began to like the folk songs of the likes of Bob Dylan and adored the lascivious guitar-playing and blues-orientated voice of Eric Clapton. Her greatest idol however was always Mark Knopfler. 'I just loved the Dire Straits song Sultans Of Swing. My older brothers and sisters would listen to the album and I really came to love that particular song. I would sit in my room and try to copy the solo on my acoustic guitar. You can imagine how difficult that was.'
When she was 14, the dedicated vegetarian occasionally performed Bob Dylan and Cat Stevens songs in a nearby cafe, which brought her first-hand experience of performing 'live'. Some time later she went in search of people on the same wavelength and sang funk, soul and gospel songs in various bands.
At the age of 16 Pandora began to study classical vocal technique, classical guitar and theory of music at the College of Music in Västerås, a small town not far from Stockholm. Today she says that it was especially the atmosphere at that college which was so good for her and influenced her in a lasting way. It was there that she experienced living, seemingly limitless creativity. 'All of the students had the same passion for music, and I was able to play with really brilliant people. That was exactly what I had always wanted all my life. I learned how to compose there, to read music and to understand the theoretical basics. However, I did not particularly enjoy music theory, because it seemed to me to take away much of the necessary spontaneity needed in music.'
During this period, she was introduced to Hit Vision, the three producers Martin Ankelius, Peter Johansson and Henrik Andersson, who were looking for a suitable female singer for their melodic dance music compositions. The music college recommended their student Pandora, who turned out to be the ideal candidate to perform the trio's ideas of contemporary pop music.
Pandora's commercial career finally began in the winter of 1993/94. In Autumn 1993 she signed a contract with a Swedish record company and released her debut single Trust Me, which went straight into the Swedish charts. Written and produced by Sir Martin & The Dr. Maxx Family, Trust Me became the best-selling local single of the year and went gold, thereby exceeding the achievements of Ace of Base, among others. The corresponding album, One Of A Kind, was released in October 1993, bringing the singer further fame and achieving gold status in both Sweden and Finland - making Pandora the best-selling dance act in Scandinavia.
Come On And Do It came in 1994. Music and lyrics were written by Hendrik Anderson (Peter Johannson wrote the B-side Get Your Chance). Raps were done by K-Slim. It was produced by Dr. Maxx Family, co-produced by T.O.E.C. The executive producer was Sir Martin. It was recorded at Stocksund in October 1993.
Two years later Pandora landed yet another gold disc with her follow-up album Tell The World. In Scandinavia sales of the album again exceeded the 100,000 mark. In addition, Japanese audiences turned out to be very enthusiastic about Pandora. Tell The World sold over 500.000 copies in the land of the rising sun.
Her third album Changes was Pandora's worldwide debut release with her new record company Universal Music. Pandora once again collaborated with her creative trio of Ankelius/Andersson/Johansson and the result was an album packed full of great dance tunes, which sold more than 360,000 copies in Japan and went platinum there. What's more, the English 'Metro' producer team, which was responsible for Gina G.'s international success, contributed the remix for three songs and two new titles to the European version of the album, which then went gold in Finland with the singles taken from the album reaching the Top Ten of the Finnish charts.
The album was released in the UK with 2 extra tracks. It included a special guest appearance on Any Time Of Season by George Cole. The back up vocals were done by Lotten Andersson (from Flexx), Carina Carlsson, Erika Essen-Moller, Lilling Palmeklint. All tracks except Single Life, You'll Always Be The Love Of My Life and Love And Glory were written, produced and mixed by Sir Martin, Huma & Peka for Hit Vision Productions, Sweden. A Little Bit and Why were co-written by Pandora. Single Life was written by P. Hoglgate and Mark Taylor. You'll Always Be The Love Of My Life was written by Paul Barry and Mark Taylor. Love And Glory was written by Pandora, Kee Marcello and Mats Nyman. The album was recorded and mixed at Dreamhouse Studios, London.
Pandora went on tour through Scandinavia in the spring and summer of 1997 and did her first 2-week live tour through the main cities of Japan, where she always played to sell-out venues.
Then along came the next long-player This Could Be Heaven, gathering 14 dance and up-tempo tracks. It went platinum in Japan within six weeks. Yet again produced mainly by her long-term partners, Hit Vision, 'Metro Productions', and this time also Mats Nyman. This Could Be Heaven set a new course in Pandora's career. For the first time, she had written three of the songs herself, arranged and produced by songwriter Mats Nyman, the keyboarder with Pandora's live band.
When Pandora recorded and released the official German TV ARD Olympic ballad Spirit To Win in 1998 for the Winter Olympics in Nagano her best-of album Pandora's Hit Box was released, also in 1998.
In September 1998 Universal Australia released the Pandora single A Little Bit, which went gold in 1999. As a result of this fantastic success in such a far-away place, Pandora went Down Under for the first time in her life, where she played all the big cities (Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane) and later released an 'Australia only' album - entitled Blue, a compilation of songs from the albums Changes, This Could Be Heaven and Breathe.
At the beginning of 1999 there followed the next studio album Breathe, which due to unforeseen circumstances was only released in Japan. This was a great shame, as Breathe presented a new, more rock-orientated Pandora, which was partly a result of working together with ex-Europe guitarist Kee Marcello. Because she started as a rock singer as a teenager she felt a need of expressing that side of her but mixed with cool dance beats made by the producer Daniel Papalexis.
Now it was time for a new Pandora album. Entitled No Regrets, it was recorded between August and November 1999 and was initially released in February 2000 in Japan, and later internationally. An album which is again dedicated more to dance rhythms and yet another result of Pandora's fantastic collaboration with people like Kee Marcello, Mats Nyman, Metro and Papalexis. Pandora is particularly happy that Metro is again on board, with the team's recent successes in landing mega-hits for Cher, Celine Dion, Tina Turner etc.
On No Regrets Pandora has once again contributed some of her own songs, and on the track Close To You she can be heard playing the guitar for the first time on her own album. Pandora, who now lives in a big 200-year-old country house 40 km south of Västerås, wrote several of the songs with various people also involved in the album - such as Mats Nyman, Kee Marcello, Kurt Sahlén, Peter Bladh, Daniel Papalexis and Kadir Taysir. Worthy of special mention on the album are the songs Close To You, it was a poem written by the Swedish journalist Björn Stenvall, which Pandora arranged for the guitar; Be My Man, produced by Papalexis, the tune which was written by Katharina Lass but with new lyrics from Pandora; the track Midnight Sun, Pandora's homage to the winter and almost an advertising song for her homeland ...and No Regrets the title song of the album.
An interesting point is the song On A Night Like This. It was written during the recordings in the studio for Pandora. About six months later she started to get mails from fans on her homepage saying : how come Kylie Minogue has released your song ? Because of different contractual circumstances the writers had giving it both to Kylie and another artist called Ana Vissi from Greece. That created some troubles for Pandora for a while and the result was that both Pandora and Ana lost the game. Anyhow, Pandora is not the type who gives up easily. Instead she started up her own record label Westridge Music, together with her husband whom she married on April 30 2000.
The album A Little Closer was born during the fall 2000 and it was released on Universal in Japan in February 2001. "It was a big struggle from day one" ; she says. "I always use to have three writing /producing teams involved to be able to finish the record within four months. That's how I have to work to keep the "one record a year" tradition; she explains". This was again another up-tempo Pandora album but with a stronger mix of club tracks, pop songs, some gospel influences and 2 step. Kee Marcello was the man behind the tougher rave beats on the album and Mats Nyman was slicker in his productions. Pandora's new writers were Tomas Jansson and his colleague Leif Sundin. The day before Christmas the album was ready to be sent off to Japan.
In September 2000 Pandora started a nine months long conscious breathing course. She also joined a Gospel choir in her neighbourhood but what she saw as the biggest challenge is the motorcycle license ! "I’ve been talking about how cool it would be to drive the bike since I was sixteen. I thought it was time to do something about it".
2001 : in December, she was back with a new single called Don't Worry. Won't Look Back was her album number eight. She presented all her best material for EMI in Finland and they agreed on a deal. It was released in Scandinavia and Germany, Austria and Switzerland to start with "I’m sure the fans will recognise me but hopefully they will feel that I've grown as a singer and as a person; she says". This album contained songs from Brian Rawling (Metro Production), Kee Marcello, Diane Warren, Mats Nyman and Art Garfunkel. You can hear a pretty different version of his wonderful song Bright Eyes.
2004 : after a Greatest Hits album released in March, Pandora took part to the Swedish pre-eliminatory contest for the Eurovision. Her song was entitled Runaway. Unfortuntaly she was not selected for the final. In an interview she admitted to be very disappointed, since she had given everything she had in this live appearance. During Autumn, she released her new single I'm Confused which peaked up to #6 in Sweden. She gave birth to her son Leon. Father was Per Broman.
2005 : Pandora released her brand new album 9 Lives.
2006 : a new version of Trust Me (Vasco & Millboy) was released to the clubs in Sweden in June. The album title will be DJ United v/s Pandora. Then Don't You Know was remixed by United DJs and it will be released on the 19th January.
2007 : the song chosen to represent UK at Eurovision Song Contest (Flying The Flag by Scooch) had some similarities with Pandora's song No Regrets. Pandora is on tour in Mallorca promoting the new single Tell The World 2007.
Pandora is risking prison between 6 month and 6 years after beeing accused for serious tax offence. She has swindled the Swedish State in non payed taxes of 1,4 million SEK (about 140,000 €) in 2000 and 2001 (she is no longer punishable for earlier years). In the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet, she blamed her former husband who used to take care of all her economics, accusing him of fooling her.
Pandora's new single will be On A Night Like This 2007. Release dates confirmed for the new 16-tracks album titled Celebration were on 7 November 2007 in Finland and 28 November 2007 in Sweden.
2008 : Pandora was featured by Deejay Jay on a new single entitled Call Me, a cover of the Spagna hit
2009 : Pandora is working on some new tracks for her future album which should be out at the end of 2009. She featured Bloom 06 (former Eiffel 65) on the single Kitchy Kitchy
2010 : Pandora's video for her new single You Believed, collaboration with DJ Matt Hewie, was ready.
2011 : in February, Pandora's new single You Woke My Heart (featuring JS16) hit the stores. YLE TV was preparing a documentary about Pandora, to be shot in Sweden. Her new album was entitled Head Up High and was released in Finland on March 30th. In June, Pandora announced on her Facebook account that she was shooting the video for her new single. In July, she released her new single Why (Magistral), a collaboration with Russian singer Stacy.
2012 : Pandora did vocals on X3M's song Drottningen av Åland
2014 : Pandora released her new single I Feel Alive.
2017 : her hit Come On And Do It was covered by Italian project Lita Brown.
Pandora Official Site
Thanks to Roger Nordin - Pandora Online Info
Thanks to Martina - Pandora Unofficial website
Thanks to reBeL, Queequeg, Cyber-Dance, Klems, Mikoo, Necronomic, Tavi Meran, Kamil Ostrowski, Anton "MC Ka$per" Skaletsky and Anders Bøgh for the latest infos
Artists and groups featuring Pandora
Deejay Jay - Call Me (2008)
Pandora - A Little Bit (1996)
United DJ's - Don't You Know 2007 (2007), Tell The World 2007 (2007), Trust Me (2006)
United DJ - On A Night Like This (2007)
Say Dance! (29th May 1993)
Vocals were done by Alex C. Vinyl-Maxi contained only 3 tracks, it was released under Dance Street (ZYX), produced by Catania and Ingo Kays.
Thanks to Leonardo Marmolejo Maldonado, Apho and Petio
French records label (a subdivision of Network Music Group, second label of this group to be created after Airplay records). Sometimes known under Active Music. They became a part of Podis when Universal bought Polygram.
From 1992 to nowadays, artists such as Armand Van Helden, Ahmex, Ann Lee, 666, David Michael Johnson, Datura, Digital Boy, DJ Bobo (the first singles), DJ Spy, DJ Space'C, Double You, D-Stressed, Echo Bass, 2 Fabiola, EXP, Co-Ro, FPI Project, Jinny, JK, No Name, Naomie Dee, Norma Ray, O-Mega, Red 5, Sabrina, Solid Base, Stefano Secchi, Tom Wilson, Two Boys, Willie Morales, Zhi-Vago... had some singles licensed under Panic Records in France. Among their successes, Double You being n°1 of records sales with Please Don't Go, also some great hits with EXP and Co.Ro.
They also produced compilations such as Dance Machine 2 and 5.
Thanks to Nico
Do You Remember (1997)
Do You Remember was a eurodance cover of a song of Phil Collins. Remixes were done by Franco Tripodi.
Thanks to DJ Marto Aida and Gianni
Pano DJ is and Italian trance and hard trance DJ and producer.
Sensation was arranged and mixed by Fabietto DJ, Giovanni Orlando, Luciano Bernini and P.A.N.O. DJ, written by Giovanni Orlando, Luciano Bernini and Riccardo Testoni. Vocals were done by Alessia. It was released in Italy under DFC. It was licensed in Spain under Max Music.
Follow-up single Spiritual was released under Go Ahead Records. It was arranged and created by Fabietto DJ, Pano DJ and Smorphya DJ (Francesco Morosini), mixed by Smorphya and Tiziano Giupponi.
Later, Pano DJ collaborated with Claudio I.M.B. He was also member of projects Heavy Peppers and Rain Assence.
In The Midnight (1993)
Lyrics were written by Achim Oppermann and James Hopkins-Harrison. Music was composed by Achim Oppermann. The single was produced by Achim Sobotta and D. Mendelssohn.
Proteraiotita (Apr 2004)
1.Katse Kala, 2.Proteraiotita, 3.Anditheseis, 4.Anamniseis, 5.Aksizei, 6.Taksidi Gia To Agnosto, 7.Galana, 8.(Eheis Kairo Na Fereis) Louloudia, 9.Stin Kardia Mou Mono Thlipsi, 10.Zise (Viva La Vida Loca), 11.I Soi Sou Zari, 12.M'agaliazei To Skotadi, 13.Matia Kai Hili, 14.Mesa Sti Fotia Sou, 15.Anapadites Kliseis, 16.Treli Kardia, 17.Anapadites Kliseis (SMS Remix),
My Number One (2005)
1.My Number One, 2.Let's Get Wild, 3.The Light In Our Soul, 4.OK, 5.I Don't Want You Here Anymore (Anapandites Klissis), 6.A Brighter Day (Andithessis), 7.If You Believe Me (Anamnissis), 8.Katse Kala (Behave Yourself), 9.Trelli Kardia (Crazy Heart), 10.Aksizi (It's Worth It), 11.Stin Kardia Mou Mono Thlipsi (Sorrow In My Heart), 12.Taksidi Ya To Agnosto (Trip To The Unknown), 13.Louloudia (Ballad Version) (Flowers), 14.My Number One (Chris The Greek Panaghi Remix),
Proteraiotita Second edition (2005)
1.My Number One, 2.OK (English Version), 3.Let's Get Wild, 4.The Light In Our Soul, 5.I Don't Want You Here Any More (Anapantites Kliseis), 6.A Brighter Day (Antitheseis), 7.If You Believe Me (Anamnisies), 8.Louloudia (Ballad Version), 9.To Fos stin Psixi (The Light In Our Soul), 10.O.K. (Greek Version), 11.My Number One (Karaoke),
Proteraiotita Third edition (2005)
Iparhi Logos (2006)
1.Gigolo (greek version), 2.The game of love (greek version), 3.Yparhei logos, 4.Mambo, 5.Paradeigmatos hari, 6.O ti axizei einai oi stigmes, 7.Pote xana (Greek Version of Let Me Go), 8.Meres aiones, 9.Se poion na miliso, 10.Parapono aimovoro, 11.Panta se perimena (Idaniko Phili), 12.Anoixan oi ouranoi, 13.Asteria, 14.You set my heart on fire,
Iparhi Logos (2006)
1.An eihes erthei pio noris, 2.Pou piye tosi agapi, 3.Me theloun ki alloi (Greek Version of Heart of Mine), 4.Typseis (you set my on fire), 5.Pote s' ena adio, 6.Just walk away (live), 7.Don't speak (live), 8.Crazy (live), 9.Like a prayer (live), 10.Why? (live), 11.Smooth operator (live), 12.Can't help falling in love (live), 13.Outside (live), 14.To fos stin psyhi - the light in our soul (live), 15.Yparhei logos (remix),
The Game of Love (25th Oct 2006)
1.Gigolo, 2.Somebody's Burning, 3.The Game Of Love, 4.Mambo, 5.Carpe Diem, 6.Teardrops, 7.Let Me Let Go, 8.Heroes, 9.It's Gone Tomorrow, 10.Heart Of Mine, 11.You Set My Heart On Fire, 12.Voulez-vous, 13.Seven Days, 14.Oti Axizi Ine I Stigmes,
Vrisko To Logo Na Zo (May 2008)
1.I Kardia Sou Petra, 2.Koita Mprosta, 3.Porta Gia Ton Ourano, 4.Poios, 5.Agapi San Listeia, 6.Mathe Prota Na agApas, 7.Eisai I Foni, 8.Pirotexnimata, 9.Den Tha Mai Edo, 10.Papeles Mijados (feat.Cambao), 11.To Xeis I Den to Xeis, 12.Mi Mou Milas Gia Antio, 13.To Fili Tis Zois,
Giro Apo T'Oneiro (29th Mar 2010)
1.San Kai 'Sena, 2.An Isoun Agapi, 3.Psahno Tin Alitheia, 4.Girna Me Sto Htes, 5.Tou Erota To Aima, 6.Oneiro (Chemical), 7.Filarakia, 8.Stin Korifi Tou Kosmou, 9.Thalassa (Feat. Giorgos Sabanis), 10.Den Allazo, 11.Pothoi (Siga Psithirista), 12.Tha 'Mai Allios,
Greatest Hits & More (23rd May 2011)
1.Pirotehnimata, 2.Mambo (Greek Version), 3.To Fili Tis Zois, 4.Mazi Sou, 5.An Ihes Erthi Pio Noris, 6.Iparhi Logos, 7.Anapantites Klisis, 8.Porta Gia Ton Ourano, 9.An Isouna Agapi, 10.To Fos Stin Psihi (The Light In Our Soul), 11.Psahno Tin Alithia, 12.I Kardia Sou Petra, 13.The Game Of Love (Greenglish Version), 14.Gigolo (Greek Version), 15.Panta Se Perimena (Idaniko Fili), 16.Tha Me Allios, 17.Katse Kala, 18.Treli Kardia (Crazy Heart), 19.Antithesis, 20.Girna Me Sto Htes (Around The Dream Version),
Greatest Hits & More (23rd May 2011)
1.My Number One, 2.You Set My Heart On Fire, 3.Heroes, 4.Teardrops, 5.Mambo (English Version), 6.Gigolo, 7.Na Ksipano Ke Na Me Mazi Sou (Edo Na Zis), 8.Stin Kardia Mou Mono Thlipsi (Sorrow In My Heart), 9.Pou Pige Tosi Agapi (Summer Moonlight Mix), 10.Paradigmatos Hari, 11.Ise I Foni, 12.Den Allazo, 13.Taxidi GiaTo Agnosto (Trip To The Unknown), 14.(Ehis Kero Na Mou Feris) Louloudia, 15.An Esi M' Agapas (Pour Que Tu M' Aimes Encore), 16.Mi Fevgis, 17.O, Ti Axizi Ine I Stigmes (Le Bonheur), 18.Fos (Shine), 19.I Agapi Sou Den Meni Pia Edo (Askin Acamadigi Kapi), 20.Just Walk Away (Live),
Greatest Hits & More (23rd May 2011)
1.Baby It's Over, 2.Love Me Crazy, 3.Oti Niotho Den Allazi (Love Me Crazy), 4.Baby It's Over (The Thin Red men Radio Mix), 5.Baby It's Over (The Thin Red men Club Mix), 6.Baby It's Over (Helena Paparizou VS Supermarkets / radio mix), 7.Baby It's Over (Helena Paparizou VS Supermarkets / club mix), 8.Enredado (Con Helena Paparizou), 9.I Zilia Monaxia (L'Envie D'Aimer), 10.Mesa Sou (Remix VMA 2008), 11.Fisika Mazi/Together Forever (Mad Awards Remix), 12.Papeles Mojados,
The Love Collection (1st Feb 2013)
1.Meres Eones, 2.An Ihes Erthi Pio Noris, 3.An Isouna Agapi, 4.I Kardia Sou Petra, 5.Girna Me Sto Htes, 6.Ise I Foni, 7.Just Walk Away (Live), 8.Iparhi Logos, 9.Pou Pige Tosi Agapi, 10.To Fili Tis Zois,
Ti Ora Tha Vgoume (3rd Jun 2013)
1.Den Thelo Allon Iroa, 2.Ti Ora Tha Vgoume, 3.Ena Lepto, 4.Sou Stelno SOS, 5.Epitelous Moni, 6.Poso M'Aresei, 7.De Tha Kimithis Apopse, 8.The Groove Is The Solution, 9.I Nihta, 10.Oute Ki Esi, 11.Vrehi Filia (Crazy For Love), 12.Mesimeria (One life), 13.Soma Kai Psihi (Set your heart on me), 14.Min Mou Eksigis, 15.Save Me (This Is An SOS),
One Life (26th Mar 2014)
1.Save Me (This is An SOS), 2.Survivor, 3.As Long As You Are Mine, 4.Set Your Heart On Me, 5.One Life, 6.4 Another 1, 7.Don't Hold Back On Love, 8.Enough, 9.The Groove Is The Solution, 10.Crazy for Love, 11.Chainsaw, 12.One More Night,
Summer Extended 2017 (27th Jun 2017)
1.Haide (Phoebus Remix), 2.Tora I Pote (Ora O Mai Piú), 3.Palia Mou Agapi, 4.An Me Dis Na Kleo, 5.To Koritsi Tou Mai (Venus), 6.Colour Your Dream,
Ouranio Toxo (15th Dec 2017)
1.Synepeís, 2.Ouranio Toxo, 3.Haide, 4.An Me Deis Na Klaío (feat. Anastasios Rammos), 5.Screen Test, 6.Etsi Ki Etsi, 7.Tóra í Poté, 8.Paliá Mou Agápi, 9.Ankáliasé Me, 10.Everlasting Love (feat. Gabriel Russel), 11.Áse Me Na Fýgo, 12.Póso Lypámai, 13.Crazy Girl, 14.To Korítsi Tou Mái, 15.Ti Eínai Aftó Pou To Léne Agápi (Piano Version), 16.Ótan Ángeloi Klaíne (Angel), 17.Misí Kardiá, 18.Fiesta, 19.Haide (feat. Kemist) (Greek Version / Phoebus Remix), 20.Haide (English Version), 21.Misí Kardiá (DJ Pantelis Remix),
Anapantites Kliseis (Dec 2003)
Treli Kardia (Feb 2004)
Antithesis (Jul 2004)
Katse Kala (Nov 2004)
Stin Kardia Mou Mono Thlipsi (Feb 2005)
My Number One (31st May 2005)
The Light In Our Soul (Jul 2005)
A Brighter Day (Sep 2005)
Mambo (Nov 2005)
Iparhi Logos (Apr 2006)
Heroes (7th Aug 2006)
Gigolo (15th Nov 2006)
An Ihes Erthi Pio Noris (Dec 2006)
Min Fevgis (Apr 2007)
Phos (May 2007)
Mazi Sou (May 2007)
To Fili Tis Zois (Sep 2007)
Porta Gia Ton Ourano (8th Apr 2008)
I Kardia Sou Petra (21st Jul 2008)
Eisai I Foni (25th Feb 2009)
Tha 'Mai Allios (May 2009)
An Isoun Agapi (28th Feb 2010)
Psahno Tin Alitheia (May 2010)
Girna Me Sto Htes (1st Nov 2010)
Baby It's Over (18th Feb 2011)
Mr Perfect (Nov 2011)
Popular (11th Mar 2012)
Pios (6th Jul 2012)
Poso M'Aresei (19th Mar 2013)
Ena Lepto (15th Apr 2013)
Save Me (This Is An SOS) (29th May 2013)
De Thelo Allon Iroa (Dec 2013)
Survivor (23rd Feb 2014)
Don't Hold Back On Love (1st May 2014)
Otan Aggeloi Klaine (23rd Feb 2015)
Angel (30th Apr 2015)
Misi Kardia (15th Feb 2016)
Fiesta (4th Jul 2016)
You Are The Only One (5th Aug 2016)
Zoi Mou (23rd Sep 2016)
Agkaliase Me (9th Dec 2016)
Haide (1st May 2017)
Colour Your Dream (12th May 2017)
Etsi Ki Etsi (14th Dec 2017)
Totally Erased (4th May 2018)
Helena Paparizou was born 31 January 1982 in Borås, and raised in Gothenburg (Sweden) from Greek parents coming from Volos and Karditsa. Her talents revolved around singing, dancing and acting. She began her studies of these arts even while she was still in school.
Her name has always been spelt 'Elena' during her career, but in Sweden, and in various other countries as her second appearance in Eurovision (in 2005) approached, the latinised spelling 'Helena' grew more common, and the songstress herself admitted in a Swedish interview that she was forced by her record company to spell her name with a 'h'. The singer, however, has made it known that her name is written as 'Elena' and this is how she prefers to be known.
In 1999 she created the group Antique with her childhood friend, Niko at the age of 17. Almost immediately, Antique signed their first record label contract with the then newly founded record label Bonnier in Sweden. Their debut single Opa Opa became a huge hit, reaching number one on the single charts and gaining a gold status. Following their success with Opa Opa came their debut album while later in 2001 came their first major turning point in their career with their participation in the Eurovision Song Contest. Their song I Would Die For You conquered third place. Antique's major success in the Eurovision contest led to a promising future and a successful career which included many platinum albums, a European tour, and collaborations with many highly successful and credible artists from Greece and abroad. Despite the group's major success, their journey as Antique came to an end in 2003. Making one of the most difficult decisions Helena ever had to make, she decided to pursue her passion and her musical journey alone.
She has admitted that Greek music had been something of an acquired taste for her, saying that the name Antique was probably a reflection of her childhood impression of it being something rather distant and old-fashioned, that she only really associated with her summer holidays in Greece.
She signed her first contract as a solo artist at Sony Music and in December 2003, she released her first solo single, Anapandeetes Klisis (Missed Calls), a song that was written especially for her by the singer and songwriter Christos Dantis. Quite naturally, Anapandeetes Klisis became a major hit and remained on the top of airplay charts as well as the sales charts for a very long time, reaching a gold status.
During the winter season 2003-2004, Helena appeared beside one of Greece's biggest male singer, Antonis Remos at Studio Pireos music night club.
In spring 2004, Helena released her first personal album Protereotita (Priorities) from which Antithesis, Anamnisis, Katse Kala, Stin Kardia Mou Mono Thlipsi became major hits. Her major success brought her to Fever music night club for the winter season 2004-2005 along the sides of Sakis Rouvas and Giorgos Mazonakis. In the summer and fall of 2005 she toured in Australia and North America with Greek artist Nikos Kourkoulis.
On the 21st of May 2005, Helena Paparizou represented Greece for the second time at the Eurovision song contest in Kiev, Ukraine and won the first place with My Number One. It was the first time in the contest's history that Greece had won.
In August Helena Paparizou performed the first part of Anastacia's concert in Malme (Sweden).
Elena is currently the official ambassador for the Greek Ministry of Tourism. She speaks fluent Greek, Swedish and English (and has also studied French), and has mentioned that her dream would be to make a song whose lyrics were made up of words in every language in the world.
2006 : the CD single Mambo was certified platinum while the album Protereotita ( Euro edition + Mambo ) was certified double platinum ! In March, Helena was at the studio recording her new album which should be released in April. Then, will go abroad to record the English version of her album, which will be released in September 2006.
On July 29, 2006, Star Channel reported that Elena gave a concert in Helsinki where 2006 Eurovision winner Lordi attended. At the concert, Elena sang Lordi's song Hard Rock Hallelujah. Lordi supposedly met with Elena backstage and proposed to do a big concert together in the winter season. Elena was reportedly thrilled at the idea. Star Channel also said that Elena might be pregnant, a rumor that has been circulating, but Elena denies that.
During the first week of August 2006, her new international single Heroes reached #1 in the Swedish Singles Hitlistan Charts. It was the official song for the 2006 European Championships in Athletics held in Gothenburg. Her new greek album Iparhi Logos reached #2 in the Greek Albums IFPI Charts.
Elena's solo debut international album The Game of Love, was released all over Europe, Australia, Japan, and Canada on 25th October 2006. It will gradualy be released world-wide shortly after. It contained six songs from her Greek album Yparhei Logos with English lyrics
After a fashion show gala in which Helena Paparizou posed as model, Elena made statements regarding the current and future Eurovision Song Contest plans. Helena Paparizou said that she did received a proposal for 2007 Melodifestivalen and that she denied the proposal. "I have received many things from Sweden, I also got twice 12 points from this country in the contest. The least I could do this time was to think about it since everyone on SVT is a friend of mine... I could do a lot and I wanna do a lot for Sweden in Eurovision. This doesn't mean I have to be the performer. I can give the votes as a spokeperson, I can host Melodifestivalen and many many things... I cannot though really exclude a future participation in the contest for Sweden", she said.
Gigolo is be the second single released in Greece from the album after Mambo!. Elena also recorded a song called Phos for the soundtrack of the Greek Barbie movie. Her new international single after Heroes will be Teardrops.
Helena will be one of the ten new artists who will receive the European Border Breakers Award. These awards have been created by European Union four years ago and they are given every year to ten artists who managed to make success with their first album abroad. Helena wins this award for the success of her first international album My Number One. The award will take place in Cannes on 21th January 2007 during the Midem Festival and it will be televised by MTV Europe.
2007 : Elena recorded a theme song for a new Greek TV show called Mazi Sou. The song did well in the Greek radio charts.
Elena Paparizou recorded a cover of the French song Le Temps Des Fleurs (originally sung by Dalida). It will be included, along with 2 other songs sung in French, on the French release of her album, The Game of Love planned for August. It was was also featured on the bonus CD of her Yparhi Logos: Platinum Edition album. And it was released in May 2007 on a CD single, Fos along with four other songs.
Elena was nominated for the MAD Greek Video awards in 5 categories : Best Pop Video Clip (Gigolo), Best Female Video Clip (Gigolo), Best Video Clip of the year (Gigolo), Best Artist of the year and Best Clothes in Video Clip (An eixes erthi pio noris). She won twice : Best Female Video Clip and Best Clothes in Video Clip.
In August, Elena will release a maxi CD single with remixes of Mambo! in the USA under the label Moda Records.
Elena recorded a duet with the moderator Nikos Aliagas, very famous in France for presenting the real-TV program Star Academy.
Elena has been involved in a long term relationship with fellow Swedish-born songwriter Greek Tony Mavridis, whom she met at a Greek restaurant in Sweden when she was only 19. Greek media already suggested many times that Elena was pregnant and about to get married, but it has all turned out false so far.
In October she performed in the French TV show Vivement Dimanche.
2008 : in January, along with Sony BMG Greece, she teamed up with retailer Plaisio and released a special edition MP4 player called MP4 Total Helena. Featured on the player, a special "Best of" collection of 12 songs and 5 video clips only available with the purchase of the MP4 player.
Her new Greek album Vrisko To Logo Na Zo was released in April, but it did not contain any dance song. It was awarded Platinum in June. At the MAD video awards, she was awarded for best pop video clip (for To Fili Tis Zois) and elected Artist of the year
She worked with Bloodshy & Avant (a music production and songwriting team from Sweden) on two songs of her forthcoming international album, which should be released at the end of 2008. On December 25, her father died suddenly of a heart attack
2009 : Elena planned to release her fifth studio album in early 2010. She was nominated by the Greek MTV Europe Music Award for Best Greek Act but did not win.
2010 : In March, her new single An Isoun Agapi (meaning : If Your Were Love) was out. The song was an uptempo ballad. At first, another single was planned for released : Girna Me Sto Htes should have been premiered on the Greek X-factor final... but was cancelled. Her new album Giro Apo T'Oneiro was released in March 15th, it was a double album including live covers from her second MAD Secret Concert. She then went on a big Greek summer tour called Fizika Mazi. In November, Elena released her new single Girna Me Sto Htes. She will perform till Easter 2011 every Friday and Saturday with Antonis Remos at Diogenis Studio (a live music hall in Athens).
2011 : there were rumours about Elena Paparizou having a collaboration duet with singer Tamta. In February she presented her new single on the event MadWalk by Vodafone. Called Baby It's Over, it's a dance song in English. A European promo tour will follow. It will be on her upcoming Greatest Hits album which will be (according to rumors) released end of March across Europe in 2 editions (a Greek and an international edition).
In October, Helena Paparizou was featured on Nana Mouskouri's new album. She sung a duet in a cover of a traditional song from the Greek islands : Dari Dari.
Thanks to Mikoo and Tavi
Helena Paparizou official website
Elenada - Beauteous Helen's Kingdom by KyprisAthina
Artists and groups featuring Paparizou (Helena)
Antique - (I Would) Die For You (2001), Alli Mia Fora (album) (2002), Antique Ep (2000), Blue Love (album) (2003), Die For You (album) (2001), Dinata Dinata (1999), Follow Me (2002), Ligo Ligo (2001), Mera Meti Mera (2000), Mera Meti Mera (album) (2001), Moro Mou (2003), Opa Opa (album) (1999), Opa-Opa (1999)
House Twins - Love Till It's Over (2015)
Natasa Theodoridou - Lathos Agapes (2012)
Playmen - All The Time (2012)
Philippe Paque started his musical career as a professional classical musician playing organ, chamber music, and as a composer. Very soon, he discovered his passion for sound and production which lead him to change his professional orientation. He collaborated with different well-known musicians and producers in great studios, experiencing different musical styles such as Jazz, Soul, Pop and Soundtracks...
In the 90s, he contributed to eurodance projects such as Black Diamond, Dolbee and Voice X, scoring in the charts.
About 20 years ago, he founded his own recording and production studio : Spectral Recording Studio.
Philippe currently works at the Royal Opera La Monnaie in Brussels where preciseness. He works with top musicians and producers when recording, mixing, designing sound and amplifying live performances. Mixing and post producing in surround for cinemas and producing soundtracks are also a part of his work.
Artists and groups featuring Paque (Philippe)
Black Diamond - Go With Love (1995), Let Me Be (1994)
Dolbee - Yes I Wanna Do (1994)
Voice X - Let's Get Movin' (1994)
Change Your Mind (10th Oct 1994)
Vocals were done by Isabelle Puls, with backing vocals by Serena. The single Change Your Mind was composed and written by Arno Kammermeier and Walter Merziger (also responsible for Subtopia), recorded and programmed at The Substance, mixed at Blue Cue Music. Label : Bellaphon.
Do I Do (What I Do For Love) (10th Jun 1994)
Label : ZYX
Produced by Benjamin Hart (who now stands behind Wackside) and Joseph Beckmann. The female vocalist was Liza da Costa, the rapper was Erik Trinkaus.
Thanks to reBeL and Necronomic
7 Seconds (1994)
7 Seconds was a cover of Youssou N'Dour and Neneh Cherry's hit. It was produced by Mauro Farina, Fabio Turatti, Fabio Serra and Johnny Mix. According to rumors, Annerly Gordon could have contributed to the vocals. Single was pretty succesful and licensed under many labels Europewide.
1.Bailando, 2.Planeta De Amor, 3.Dime Como, 4.Bandolero, 5.Sentimental, 6.Never Again, 7.Get Up Baby, 8.Vamos A La Discoteca, 9.Paseo, 10.No No No Llores No, 11.Bailando (2 Fabiola Ibiza Remix), 12.Vamos A La Discoteca (Remix), 13.Bandolero (U.S. Power-Club Remix), 14.Bailando (Discoteca Remix),
Discoteca (Remix Album) (26th May 1999)
1.Vamos A La Discoteca (Shash Remix Radio Edit), 2.Bandolero (Mosso Latin Edit), 3.Dime Como (The U.M. Radio Remix), 4.Paseo (Remix 99), 5.Bailando (Original Discoteca Drum Mix), 6.Vamos A La Discoteca (Mosso Edit Mix), 7.Bandolero (Discoteca Action Remix Short Version), 8.Paradisio Non Stop Mega Mix (Bailando, Dime Como, - Vamos A La Discoteca, Paseo, Get Up Baby, Bandolero, Sentimental), 9.Vamos A La Discoteca (Original Club Extended Mix),
1.Bailando, 2.Planeta De Amor, 3.Dime Como, 4.Bandolero, 5.Sentimental, 6.Never Again, 7.Get Up Baby, 8.Vamos A La Discoteca, 9.Paseo, 10.No No No Llores No, 11.Bailando (2 Fabiola Ibiza Remix), 12.Vamos A La Discoteca (Remix), 13.Bandolero (U.S. Power-Club Remix), 14.Bailando (Discoteca Remix),
Noche Caliente (2011)
1.El Ritmo Caliente, 2.Samba Del Diablo, 3.Baila Maria, 4.Ritmo De La Noche, 5.Hey Oh Felicidad, 6.Baila Baila Conmigo, 7.Cultura Do Brazil, 8.Vamos A La Discoteca (German Remix 2001), 9.Baila Chica, 10.El Ritmo Caliente, 11.Ritmo De La Noche, 12.Samba Del Diablo,
Best Of (18th Mar 2011)
1.Bailando, 2.Luz de la Luna, 3.Suavemente, 4.El Ritmo Caliente, 5.Bandolero, 6.Djobi Djoba, 7.Samba del Diablo, 8.Mueve Tu Cucu, 9.Vamos a la Discoteca, 10.La Propaganda, 11.La Colegiala, 12.Bailando Me Dices Adios,
Havana (18th Mar 2011)
1.Mueve Tu Cucu (Video Edit), 2.La Propaganda (Video Edit), 3.Luz de la Luna (Radio Mix), 4.Suavemente (Patrick Clubcarter Mix), 5.I Just Wanna Tell You (Spanglish Version), 6.Hey Ariba (Dance Mix), 7.La Colegiala (Patrick Clubcarter Mix), 8.Djobi Djobi (Reggaeton Puerto Rico Mix), 9.Mueve Tu Cucu (Discoteca Mix), 10.La Propaganda (Club Mix), 11.Baila Maria, 12.Baila Baila Conmigo, 13.Vamos a la Discoteca (German Remix 2001),
Greatest Hits (20th Anniversary) (21st Jun 2017)
1.Vamos a la Playa (feat. Shelby Diaz) (Patrick Samoy Radio Edit), 2.Suavemente (feat. Miguel Fernandez) (Patrick Samoy & Losso Mix), 3.Bailando (feat. Marisa) (Video Edit), 4.El Ritmo Caliente (feat. Morena) (Video Edit), 5.Luz de la Luna (Patrick Samoy Radio Mix), 6.Vamos a la Discoteca (feat. Marisa) (Video Edit), 7.Bailando Me Dices (feat. Shelby Diaz) (Caribbean Party Sun Mix), 8.Hey Arriba (feat. Miguel Fernandez) (Patrick Samoy Dance Mix), 9.Mueve Tu Cucu (feat. Miguel Fernandez) (Patrick Samoy & Losso Discoteca Mix), 10.El Ritmo Caliente (feat. Morena) (Extended Mix), 11.Ritmo de la Noche (feat. DJ Lorenzo) (Extended Mix), 12.Bailando Me Dices Adiós (feat. Shelby Diaz) (Scandinavian Remix),
Un Clima Ideal (Apr 1994)
Bandolero (Sep 1996)
Bailando (Sep 1996)
Vamos A La Discoteca (Jun 1997)
Dime Como (Oct 1997)
Paseo (Jun 1998)
Samba Del Diablo (26th Jul 1999)
Propaganda (Jul 2000)
Vamos A La Discoteca 2001 (2001)
Luz De La Luna (2003)
Bailando me dices adios (11th May 2009)
Mueve Tu Cucu (2011)
Vamos a la Playa (10th Jun 2016)
Dime Como (1997)
Bandolero (Italian Remix) (1998)
Bailando (Me Dices Adios) 2010 (2010)
Records company : Arcade Belgium. It started around 1993 when Patrick Samoy and Luc Rigaux better known as The Unity Mixers (aka Unity Power) were deeply impressed by the outstanding voice of a Spanish girl named Marisa Isabel Garcia Asensio. Marisa was born in Malaga, Spain, but currently resides in Belgium.
The first release Un Clima ideal was immediately a smash hit all over Belgium. Their second single Bailando sold worldwide over 1.000.000 copies in less than a year (and 5.000.000 throughout the years). The sexy way in which Marisa sang 'Si senor...' probably reminded a lot of young people of their first summer holiday love. No wonder that it went to #1 in Belgium, Italy, Denmark, Norway, Finland... sold more than 450.000 copies only in France and was the best selling single in Sweden ever (triple platinum!!). The third single Vamos a la discoteca was bingo again. By using a wide range of coloured wigs for every public perfomance Marisa created for herself a distinctive image. In the meantime the full album has been released accross Europe...
Paseo was the last single featuring Marisa. There was also a vocalist called Angie B who appeared in some TV shows, lipsyncing over her voice. It is not known wether her appearances were official or not.
In 1999 Paradisio released a new single called Samba del Diablo featuring a new female vocalist, Sandra De Gregorio (born in Napoli on October 30th 1976) along with Morena Esperanza. It was followed by La Propanganda.
2001 : Paradisio released a remake of Vamos A La Discoteca, featuring the voice of Alexandra.
2003 : Paradisio, with a new team made of Peter Gillis and Jacques Bultinck (AB Logic), released a single called Luz De La Luna, featuring the voice of Maria del Rio. A video clip was shot on the beach of a "paradise island".
2005 : Paradisio is currently fronted by Miguel Fernandez.
2008 : new Paradisio frontlady is the Hispano-italian Shelby Diaz. She was chosen after a casting.
2009 : Paradisio released Bailando (me dices adios), which is a remake of the original Bailando, re-written by Shelby herself
2010 : a digital re-edition of Paradisio's first album was released under title Tarpeia.
© 1997-1999 Niklas Adolfsson
© Arcade Belgium 1998
Thanks to Abelito
Thanks to Klems, Abelito, Tavi Meran and Ivan for the latest infos
Artists and groups featuring Paradisio
DJ Lorenzo - Ritmo De La Noche (1996)
The Hustle (1995)
The Hustle featured Learmond Jnr (E-motion). It was a cover of a song of Van McCoy. B-side Mixed Feeling was written by Jean-Marc Mariole, Warren and Andy Williams.
2 other songs entitled Floating On Your Love (working title "Tripping On Emotion") and Reel (Real Love) were recorded, but they can't be found anywhere on the net.
Learmond Jnr, Tony Crane and Jean-Marc Mariole also collaborated on Shaman, for a separate music project written and registered with PRS (UK).
2013 : nowadays, Learmond Jnr is still in the music business. At the moment, he gigs, singing covers and write for himself.
Thanks to Learmond Jnr
Stay With Me (1995)
Label : Chrysalis. The project featured vocalist Eva Isings. Stay With Me was produced by Gustavo Ibáñez and Juan A. Belmonte.
Thanks to DjmartoAida
In Your Mind ()
Where's God (1992)
Dream On (1994)
Parametric was a project of Olivier Adams and Patrick Vannitsen.
Paramusic was founded 1993 as a German music production company by producer Roberto Rosan ("Geo") and executive producer Heiko Schmidt.
Towards the end of 1998 Paramusic was moved to Calabasas, CA and incorporated as Paramusic International L.P.
President of Paramusic International L.P. is the two times Emmy awarded film-music composer Matthias Weber.
Over the last 12 years Paramusic has produced more than 80 different artists and bands. Among the highlights of our successful work are numerous gold and multi-platinum record awards in over 20 countries and 2 japanese Grammy awards.
Commercially, the biggest success was our own artist Sweetbox's Everything's gonna be alright, which went Top 5 on most European charts, #1 in Japan and other asian countries, Top 40 in the US Billboard album Charts and #1 on the worldwide radio-charts.
Artists produced under Paramusic
Libra Mi Amor (1997)
Cosmic Star (2001)
Martina Parenti collaborated to eurodance project GEM, along with Germano Martucci, Enrico Buatti, Stefano Secchi and Dr Felix She then released a very nice latino-dance solo single entitled Libra Mi Amor.
2001 : Martina released another solo single called Cosmic star
Artists and groups featuring Parenti (Martina)
GEM - I Feel You Tonight (1994), Quiero Volar (1995), Yo Te Siento Asi (1994)
Passion (Move Around) (1993)
Set Me Free (1995)
The first single Passion (Move Around) was written by Pierre Rotan, P. Lesdema and Caroll D'Abac. It was produced by Paris Underground and featured Sydney F. It was mixed at Belolo's studio Soundgarden, Paris, and distributed under license of Scorpio Music.
The second single was a contribution of CJ Stone, A. Yamamoto, P. Lesdema and Pierre Rotan. Sydney F (Sydney Fresh ?) was still featured, along with a vocalist called Beatrice. Background vocals were done by Sheeva (could it the same artist who released I Feel Good ?). In Germany, it was released under ZYX.
Thanks to reBeL
Too Much To Dream (1983)
1.Love's On The Line, 2.Shot In The Night, 3.Too Much To Dream, 4.Baby You Can Have My Lovin' Anytime, 5.Travelin' Man, 6.Nighthawk, 7.Right On Target,
1.It's Your Destiny, 2.Time After Time, 3.Wicked Game, 4.Riders On The Storm, 5.Right On Target, 6.With Or Without You, 7.In My Wildest Dreams, 8.Drive, 9.I Will Do Anything (Set Me Free), 10.Love In The Shadows, 11.Philadelphia Medley,
Take It From Me (2010)
1.Take It From Me, 2.Chargin' Me Up, 3.Wallflower, 4.Don't Stop (What You're Doin' To Me), 5.Echoes Of Love, 6.Letting Go, 7.I'll Be That Man, 8.Just Hold Onto Love, 9.Raining For You (Piovendo Per Te),
From Here To Eternity ()
Right On Target (1982)
Shot In The Night (1982)
Love's On The Line (1983)
Don't Play With Fire (1985)
One Look (1986)
Stranger In A Strange Land (1986)
Wicked Game (1993)
With Or Without You (1993)
Can U Feel the Loving Coming (1996)
I Finally Found Someone (1997)
Hi-NRG singer Paul Parker (born in San Francisco) scored big successes in the 80s with singles such as Right On Target (reached #1 on Billboards Magazine's Dance Chart in 1982) and Shot In The Night.
Can You Feel Love Coming was produced by Ian Anthony Stephens for the UK eurodance label Klone Records. Then came the duet I Finally Found Someone in 1997.
Thanks to Gianni
No Parking On The Dancefloor (1995)
No Parking On The Dancefloor was produced by M. Freaky, Phil Tucker and Sam Picco and featured M. Freaky. Label : DON Records
Producer Marco Parmigiani took part to the projects The Beat Runners and Genius Force.
Artists and groups featuring Parmigiani (Marco)
Enola - Call My Love (Tututu) (2001)
Genius Force - Give Love (1994)
Highland Gal - I Want To Be Free (1995)
Lola J - Hey Tommy ! (1995)
S'Dolce - I'll Fly (1996)
Stone Age - Bamboo Dance (1994)
The Beat Runners - Do It To Me, Babe (1993)
Naughty Girls (1994)
Naughty Girls was written by Cope Bravin, Mike Guariglia, Morris Corti, arranged by R. Sansonetti and Staccionato at Future Studio (CO-Italy), mixed by Future Brain and Tote Producer at Toterdam Records (CO-Italy). Label: 'Z'UP
Sixteen Bits (2007)
Dómino Vol.1 (2008)
What I Want (2008)
End Of The Day (2008)
I Love You (Jun 2008)
Runaway (11th Nov 2008)
My Little Baby (2nd Jun 2009)
Cristian Parreño's first release was a hard house single entitled Sixteen Bits in 2007. The next year came What I Want, a collaboration with DJ Omh.
He teamed with DJ Reke to release the EP Dómino Vol.1, containing 2 versions of the lovely eurodance song You Are In My Feeling. It featured a solo female vocalist called Ruth who also write the lyrics.
2008 was a very productive year for Cristian Parreño, since he also released Runaway (excellent eurodance song with Kike L DJ), I Love You (with DJ Miguelo and Ruth), and End Of The Day (again with DJ Miguelo, featuring Vau).
In 2009, he released My Little Baby vs DJ Omh, again a very nice eurodance song, again featuring vocals by Ruth.
Machine Gun (16th Mar 1995)
Number One (2004)
The single Machine Gun was written by Nosie Katzmann, Doug Laurent and Mike Romeo. It was released in 1994 under Akropolis Musik & Film GmbH. It featured a male ragga-rapper (maybe Mike himself ?), a male singer and female background vocals by Kim Sanders.
Another song entitled Number One was recorded and finally released on a digital compilation entitled The Best Of Eurodance Vol. 1 in 2004.
Thanks to Crazy4Music and Gianni
Is It You, Mr Bean ()
Is It You, Mr Bean (1996)
Voice samples were recorded by Benny Van Der Keelen, an imitator able to reproduce Rowan Atkinson (Mr Bean)'s voice. Label : Onadisc Belgium/CNR Music. It appeared on Polish compilation The Best Disco Music Vol. 4 '96 and also under name Mister B.
Immer Bum Bum (1996)
This German project features the voice of MC Polt. Immer Bum Bum was composed, written and produced by Wolfgang Von Webenau. Label : MNF Records
Thanks to reBeL
I Want Love (1994)
I Want Love was mixed by L. Galli and Mark Colangelo, produced by Daniele Luppino, written by L. Galli.
Luana Pasi was born in Pavia (Italy) in 1975. She started singing from the age of 8. Her first important musical experience was when she took part in several radio and musical events (such as competition Pavia Rock), solo or in groups (she was chorist for BeatleSconcerto), as she was 15.
In 1993, she met producer Graziano Pegoraro. Then she took a pause to study in the University of Pavia, obtaining a doctorate in research.
From 1998 to 2004 she worked for FMA srl (Edizioni Musicali e Discografiche), fronting eurodance project T42 under the name Sharp. Afterwards, she became member of a jazz duo.
Nowadays, she lives in Pavia and works as a teacher.
Artists and groups featuring Pasi (Luana)
T42 - Find Time (2001), Melody Blue (Movin On) (1999), Run To You (2000), Set Me Free (2002), Star (1998)
Italian DJ and producer Alessandro Pasinelli aka Magic Domingo collaborated with Severo Lombardoni, Lorenzo Carpella and Cristian Piccinelli, among others.
Artists and groups featuring Pasinelli (Alessandro)
DROP - Jump Party (1993)
K-Lee - Love Has To Be My Eye (1995)
Mig29 - Promises (1995)
Mimmo Mix - All Your Love (1991)
Neon Light - Zi Pompa (1993)
Spring Helena - I Can't Believe (1995)
Take Me Higher (23rd Apr 1997)
1.Take Me Higher, 2.Music For The People, 3.Smoke On The Water, 4.Woman From Tokyo, 5.Soul Gasoline, 6.I'll Be Your Hero, 7.Sun City, 8.Milan Milan Milan, 9.Made In Japan, 10.Seventies, 11.Boom Boom Japan, 12.Let It Be,
Blow Your Mind (31st Mar 2006)
1.Above The Light, 2.All Around The World, 3.Just Another Brick On My Wall, 4.I Believe, 5.Miles Away, 6.Blow Your Mind, 7.Easy To Remember, 8.Little Cowboy, 9.My Uniform, 10.I Wanna Shake It, 11.Rise & Fall, 12.Diamond Love, 13.Video Above The Light, 14.Making Of Above The Light, 15.Video Just Another Brick On My Wall, 16.Making Of Just Another Brick On My Wall, 17.Los Angeles At Studio Westlake Audio,
Go To The Top ()
Rich And Famous (1987)
Get Wild (1992)
Love Train (1992)
Wild Heaven (1992)
Come On Let's Dance (1992)
Sun City (1994)
They Say (1994)
Music For The People (1995)
Milan Milan Milan (1996)
Space Boy (1997)
We Are The Champions (1998)
Saturday Night Fever (1999)
Stay The Night (2000)
I Believe In You (2000)
Ale' Japan (2000)
Rich and Famous (2000)
Let's Go To The Show K2 The Auto Messe (2001)
Click Your Heart (2001)
The Race Is Over (29th Oct 2003)
Above The Light (6th Mar 2008)
Tension (6th Mar 2010)
Rich And Fame (6th Mar 2010)
Read his interview by Zeljko Vujkovic
Italian songwriter, composer and producer Giancarlo Pasquini was born February 21, 1963 in Mantua. He started his producer and singer carreer with Italo-Disco band Aleph (along with Marco Manzi and Donato Bellini). Aleph had their first European success back in 1985 with Fly To Me which charted in the Top Ten in many territories. It also contributed to Time Records' success. Follow-up Fire On The Moon was a huge hit too. Around that time he began a long-term collaboration with Japanese label Avex.
He co-founded eurobeat label A-Beat-C with Alberto Contini. Considered by many to be the "Godfather of Eurobeat", he has written and produced songs for J-pop artists such as Namie Amuro, V6 (with former Michael Jackson's guitarist Jennifer Batten) and MAX, as well as countless works for the Super Eurobeat series, the world's longest-running series of dance music compilation albums, since its earliest issues. He stood behind most tracks released by AbeatC. Among them, Norma Sheffield, Annerly Gordon and Virginelle, but also songs for his wife, eurobeat singer Alessandra Gatti aka Domino. He also contributed to projects Karen, Lady Lust... He has been honored by the Japanese music industry for selling more than 30 millions albums.
2006 : he released a new CD under the name Dave Rodgers, called Blow Your Mind. The music on this CD has a more Rock feel to it, as opposed to his previous Eurobeat songs
Artists and groups featuring Pasquini (Giancarlo)
Benvenuto Roby - Gringo (1987)
Gordon Annerly - Downtown Rhythm (1992), Sexy Boy Sexy Toy (1991), Take Your Time (1992)
Karen - Hurricane (1993), Nothing's Gonna Take My Love From You (1992), Open Up Your Mind (1995), Rhythm Of Loving (1992), Sweet Emotion (1995), Your Secret (1994)
Lady Lust - The Long Way (1994)
SOS - Don't You Leave Me Standing (1995)
Zowie - I'm In Love (1994)
Gotta Give My Heart (9th Sep 1994)
Passion Club was a project based in Hamburg, Germany.
Gotta Give My Heart was released under Edel records in 1994. It was produced by Claus-Robert Kruse (credited as "Cruise") and Reinhardt Frantz (aka "Hardt"). The project featured non credited female vocalist and male rapper. It was published by Oh Yes Music / M.V. Hanseatic, recorded and mixed in Oh Yes Studio (which later would become Oh Yes Records, owned by Claus-Robert Kruse a.k.a. Bob Cruise), written by Langley (Leif Langdahl), Cruise (Claus-Robert Kruse) and Hardt (Reinhardt Frantz). The single included 3 versions : RadioMix, Extended Mix and Moon House Mix, released in CDM and vinyl, both with the same tracklisting.
The same production team was responsible for Trakks So Nice, released the same year.
Thanks to Eurodance Rage and Etiney S. da Hora
Tell Me Why (1994)
Fly Away (29th Sep 1995)
Tell Me Why was composed and written by by Roberto Rosan (aka Geo) and Heiko Schmidt. The single was produced by GEO, executive producer was Edward Louis. It was recorded at Under Cover Studios, Heidelberg, published under Edition Parasongs/EMI Music Publishing, licensed from Paramusic Germany/UCA Records.
Fly Away was written and composed by Geoman and Mr Schmidt, produced by Geo. A remixes vinyl was released : it included a Timewriter Remix, a Geo's Club Mix and an Ambiente del Futuro Remix (done by Onda Del Futuro).
Thanks to reBeL and Hickermann
My Fantasy (17th Apr 1994)
Here We Go (17th Oct 1994)
This German project (a play on words with the French "passe-partout" ?) features Sydney Fresh & MCJ. The producers were Wolfgang Sommer and Danky Cigale, chairmen of Physical Motion records company (also producers for High Spirit). Sydney Fresh released some solo singles : If It's Love in 1991, and later Feel The Emotion in May 1994. More recently he teamed up with the Good Guyz for the single What You Wanna Do.
The first single to be released was entitled My Fantasy. Then came Here We Go, the same year, released simulateneously in CD and vinyl format. It included 2 mixes and a B-side song.
Thanks to nolimits
Keyboardist of Da Blitz. Simon was born in Taranto (South Italy) on 20 September 1971 and has been playing piano from 6 years old to now, thanks to his mother who was a great piano musician in Italy. Simone started performing with his mother all around our country when he was 10 years old. He has done classical studies and then the university in Pharmacological specialization... then he entered Bliss Co. Studios on June 1993 where he started working with the other musicians. He loves to collect old synthesizers and he loves musicians like Jean-Michel Jarre, Rujchi Sakamoto and Mike Oldfield. His most famous sentence: "Sorry, I didn't hear the alarm clock".
In 1998, Simone left BlissCo and went back to Taranto. He finished his Pharmacy studies and graduated, now he works as a chemist. However, he kept on composing music during his free time and published two records in Puglia with the help of a producer, Guido Villani.
2004 : Simone joined again with Viviana to create a new project called DB Reloaded (they could not use the name Da Blitz since it was protected by copyrights). The first single is entitled Revenge.
Artists and groups featuring Pastore (Simone)
Da Blitz - I Believe (1996), Let Me Be (1994), Movin' On (1995), Stay With Me (1994), Take Me Back (1995), Take My Way (1994), To Live Forever (1997)
La Fortuna - Why Can't You See (1994)
Sangwara - Killing Me Softly (1996)
Scrapper - Let The Music (1995)
On Earth As it Is In Heaven (14th Nov 1994)
The female vocalist of the project is Linda Rocco (who was vocalist for Masterboy) and the rapper Ian Carma (from Future Beat). The single was composed and written by Mr Jay Be, Michael LL Muman and Capony and released under the label Shift Music.
Thanks to Necronomic
Love Me (Oct 1994)
Marcus Patrick Osbourne was born in Bath, UK, on June 5th, 1974, and carries a mix of Irish, French, Jamaican, Cuban and Cherokee blood in his veins. Marcus excelled in piano, gymnastics, and swimming. He also took up Tae Kwon Do, and became the Junior and Men’s Heavyweight champion. After auditioning for American Idol at the age of 17, Marcus toured in the boy band World Apart until he was 20 years old, and he decided the tile was ripe for a solo singing career.
He got signed under Media Records and released eurodance single Love Me. Female vocalist was thought to be Ann-Marie Smith but rumors say that it was rather Beverley Skeete. Patric was thought to replace Rodney as rapper for Cappella and did a few shows with new vocalist Alison. Patric left Media Records after a European tour, realizing that his contract was quite unfair to him.
Then he moved to the United States, where he mainly supported himself as a personal trainer, while taking acting lessons in addition. After moving to Los Angeles, and meeting with Gar Lester of what is now The Gar Lester Agency, Marcus Patrick's acting career started rolling into the right direction. He played in several feature films and did numerous TV guest appearances, for instance in an episode of CSI:Miami in 2005 and in From All My Children, in which he played the character of Jamal Cudahy in 2006. Then he joined the cast of Days Of Our Lives, playing the role of Jet Carver, and it is this series that brought him back on the front pages.
An album was planned for 2007. He appeared in the movies Descent and Love and Other Four-Letter Words. He also had a role in the 2008 film Burning Sands.
2010 : Marcus Patrick appeared in "Violet Tendencies" where he played one of the main roles.
2013 : he starred in movies "The Dark Party" and "Hollywood Chaos" and in TV series "Body of Proof".
2014 : he appeared in the movie "The Dead Sea" and in TV series "Real Husbands of Hollywood".
2015 : he played a role in the movie My Favorite Five
2016 : he had a role in movie Diva Diaries
Marcus Patrick is a Bob Marley fan, his favorite song is One Love.
Thanks to Paris Gayzine and Klems
Listen To Your Heart ()
The Rhythm Is Magic ()
Deja Que Mueva Mueva Mueva ()
Ciudado Con El Toro ()
Cosas Del Amor ()
Amor A La Mexicana ()
Porque Te Vas ()
Through The Fire ()
Come On Over ()
Thief Of Heart (1995)
How Can I survive (1997)
Never Never Never (1997)
Club Mambo (1997)
El Talisman (1997)
Born To Make You Happy (2000)
The music of Listen To Your Heart comes from Mylène Farmer's hit Sans Contrefaçon. The single was produced by SAIFAM Publishing Group (and it included a factory Team mix).
Many singles were recorded by several studio vocalists, under several SAIFAM sublabels (FS Productions, Lips, Union, Movimento Latino). Some of them are only available from custom CD.
Thanks to BroderTuck
All Over Again (1995)
All Over Again was composed by Corrado Foresti, Luchiano Bericchia, Marco Frattini and Roberto Biffi. Label: Circus Record
Voices In My Head (Nov 1997)
The single Voices In My Head was actually a double single, included 3 mixes of a second song : Every Breath You Take.
I'm In Love With You (1993)
I'm In Love With You was written by Walty Waits, produced and mixed by Molella and Phil Jay, composed by Filippo Carmeni, Maurizio Molella and Walter Russo. Label: Coconut Groove.
See Patrizia Nitti
American Pie ()
Come Back (1995)
Ray Of Light (1998)
Substitute For Love (1998)
Label : Selector. The single Come Back featured uncredited vocals by Patrizia Nitti aka Patrizia Musolino.
Thanks to Alateos and Gianni
Real name : Helena Pauline Fishman .
Artists and groups featuring Paul (Helena)
After Touch - She Wanna Dance (1995), Show Me The Way (1994)
Hysterie - You're The One (1995)
PLP Enterprise - Ain't Nobody (1993)
Warm Up - Take Me Up (1995)
1.TF-Stuð, 2.Stanslaust stuð, 3.Er þetta ást?, 4.Partýdýr, 5.Meira partý, 6.Leitin að prófessornum, 7.Sama hvar þú ert, 8.Mmm, 9.Ljúfa líf,
1.Fullt af ást, 2.Anyone who had a heart, 3.Corcovador, 4.Það rignir látlaust á mig, 5.Sjáumst aftur, 6.Feel it, 7.Lose again, 8.The look of love, 9.Lush life, 10.Making love, 11.Here's to life,
1.Tókst, 2.Horfðu á mig, 3.Hvítt drasl, 4.Ég er bundinn fastur við þig, 5.Ræ ég við róður minn, 6.Rafmagn og ljós, 7.Seif, 8.Stanslaust stuð, 9.Jafnvel þó við þekkjumst ekki neitt, 10.In the land of make believe, 11.'ónafngreint lag', 12.Horfðu aftur (Góða nótt),
Deep Inside (1999)
1.Deep inside, 2.Please, reject me (like my father did), 3.Better be good, 4.My best friend, 5.Make up your mind, 6.No one to love, 7.Then came you, 8.Enter me, 9.Round 'n' round, 10.I was born this way,
If I Won’t Sleep Tonight (2001)
The Lights At Home (2003)
Allt fyrir ástina (2007)
1.Partí fyrir tvo, 2.Allt fyrir ástina, 3.International, 4.Er þetta ást?, 5.Kraftaverk, 6.Komdu til mín, 7.Þú komst við hjartað í mér, 8.Penisillín, 9.Betra líf, 10.Nú passar allt, 11.Einhver elskar mig,
Silfursafnið (The Silver Collection) (11th Nov 2008)
1.Tf-stuð, 2.Partídýr, 3.Ljúfa líf, 4.Bundinn fastur, 5.Minn hinsti dans, 6.Horfðu á mig, 7.Stanslaust stuð, 8.Jafnvel þó við þekkjumst ekki neitt, 9.No one to love, 10.Deep inside, 11.Hold you (feat. Gusgus), 12.Allt fyrir ástina, 13.International, 14.Er þetta ást?, 15.Þú komst við hjartað í mér, 16.Betra líf, 17.Eg er eins og ég er, 18.Sama hvar þú ert, 19.Astin dugir (með unun),
Silfursafnið (The Silver Collection) (11th Nov 2008)
1.Ast við fyrstu sýn, 2.Yndislegt lif, 3.Negro josé, 4.Cuanto le gusta, 5.Up up and away, 6.Barbarella, 7.Taumlaus transi, 8.Nú held ég heim, 9.Ó, hvílíkt frelsi, 10.Sjáumst aftur, 11.Anyone who had a heart, 12.Söngur heródesar, 13.Ræ ég við róður minn, 14.Lose again, 15.The look of love, 16.Ensk manvísa frá 14. öld, 17.Eins og er, 18.Nótt, 19.Lilja, 20.Þeim vörum sem ég kyssti, 21.Með bæninni kemur ljósið, 22.Næturljóð, 23.A spaceman came travelling, 24.Góða nótt,
La Dolce Vita (2011)
Allt fyrir ástina (2007)
Sama hvar þú ert (2008)
La Dolce Vita (2011)
Megi það byrja með mér (2011)
Ást sem endist (2015)
Paul Oscar (born Páll Óskar Hjálmtýsson in 1970) is a self tought singer and has been working as one since childhood. He’s one of the most flamboyant and respected Icelandic popstar of the last decade. First and foremost known as a singer, he is also the most popular DJ in Iceland.
Paul is the youngest ot 7 children. His siblings are Ásdís, Sigrún (aka Diddú) who is an opera singer, Lucinda Margrét, Matthías Bogi, Johanna Steinunn and Arnar Gunnar. His dad was a bank clerk and his mum a writer
Paul Oscar is an outspoken gay activist. He appears frequently on TV and radio, has enjoyed a working relationship with the latin group The Millionaires, the easy listening group Casino and competed in the Eurovision Song Contest 1997 with the song Minn Hinsti Dans (but he did not reach higher than #20), and has won awards as best male singer.
He released his first solo album Stuð in 1993. The followed Palli in 1995 and Seif in 1996. Then he turned to English with the album Deep Inside (´99) If I won’t sleep tonight (2001) and The lights at home (2003) in collaboration with harpist Monika Abendroth. He is currently working on his next solo album, the dance project All In The Name Of Love (or Allt fyrir ástina).
Paul Oscar released his Silver Collection (Silfursafniđ), a Greatest hits album to celebrate the 15-year anniversary of his first record.
2002 : he appeared as Dr. Love in the teenage movie Gemsar (Made in Iceland)
2005 : Paul Oscar was a jury member in real-TV show Idol stjörnuleit season 3
2006 : he was a judge in Iceland version of The X Factor.
Thanks to Anders Bøgh and Abelito
Paul Oscar at Myspace
Pistol In My Pocket (1994)
Love Resurrection (1996)
Label : Hotline Records. Pistol In My Pocket was a cover of Lana Pellay produced by Factory Team. Love Resurrection, a cover of Alison Moyet, was produced by A. Perrone, F. Turatti and Mauro Farina. It was recorded and mixed at Mela Sutdios in Verona (Italy)
Thanks to Gianni
Spend The Night (1996)
Paula Lacovich is known for her contribution to The Olivia Project. Spend The Night was an excellent eurodance track. The maxi also contained a version of the single Xanadu that she recorded for The Olivia Project.
Thanks to Gianni
Artists and groups featuring Paula
The Olivia Project - Physical (1997), Xanadu (1996)
Groove Time (1995)
Paula Bo was featured on Samsara's Take Me In The Night. Her solo single Groove Time was featured on Polish compilation Dance Machine.
Artists and groups featuring Paula Bo
Samsara - Take Me In The Night (1995)
In Case Of Love (1989)
Love System (1989)
I'll Never Lose (1990)
Pavesi Sound Megamix (1991)
What Do You Got To Be (1991)
Sanctuary Of Love (1991)
On Fire (1992)
All Come Together (1993)
I Will Come Back (1993)
La Curva Sud Canta Savicevic (1994)
Makin' Love (1996)
Many Times (1997)
Beautiful Day (2002)
Believed In Love (2002)
Italian DJ and producer Maurizio Pavesi contributed to eurodance projects Cold Ice, The End and Bit Max. He also released tracks under alisases Art Of Pink, Emmepi, Rizen, Rizeneto and Pavesi Sound.
Thanks to DJ Marto Aida
Artists and groups featuring Pavesi (Maurizio)
Alphatek - It's Time To Pump (1990)
Bit Max - Airport (1992), Beep Beep (1998), Can You Feel It Babe (1992), Ora Pronobis (1994), Security (1993)
Cold Ice - Let's Get Together (1994), People Together, What You Do To Me (1995)
Proce - Shake Your Love (1993)
The End - Extasy Express (1991), You Drive Me Wild (1991)
Yeah Yeah (Say Up And Down) ()
Thanks to Steve
Anywhere (21st Aug 2000)
Anywhere was written by Benny Lee Martin and Marc Z, performed by Anna-Lena and Mark Hound, produced by Icebreak and Marc Z and remixed by Eiffel 65.
Rock With Me ()
Across The Universe ()
Celebrate (31st Oct 1994)
Female vocalist : Zaradika
This project has released only one but a great Eurodance single, Celebrate. The music was composed by Marc Cassandra (who also contributed to the projects D-tribe and Paris Red) and Christian Bernard, who also wrote the lyrics. The single was released by TYR Music Publishing in 1994. A remixes CD, inlcuding TNT Party Zone, Taucher and Q-Swap remixes, could have been released too.
2 other tracks were recorded but apparently only released as promo.
A RnB single entitled Reasons was recorded under the name Zaradika. Maybe it's the same artist, maybe not... In an interview, Zaradika explains that her name comes from a mispelling, and that finally it remained like this. Her influences are the RnB singers and groups from the 70s and early 80s. Her favourite place is Manhattan.
Thanks to Fred Oudoul, reBeL and EuroPat
Summer Holiday (1995)
Kissing Like A Virgin (1996)
Producer : Amir Saraf and A. Brenner
The vocalist performing on Summer Holiday is Janet Henry, aka Janet De Lara . Summer Holiday was released on 1995 under a BMG-Ariola label. The single included remixes by Uwe Wakenknecht, Misar (aka Mike Staab), and Michael Schendel.
Thanks to Fred - DanceWebSite for the informations
Go Higher (1996)
Whenever You're Around (1997)
Take On Me (1998)
Swing With Me (1998)
Another Night Without You (1999)
Andy Janssens lives in Belgium and has produced a lot of remixes of popular songs in the early nineties. Many of these remixes sound a lot better then the original songs. He started with remixes for projects like Beckie Bell, Rozlyne Clarke, Bad Boys Inc., French Connection and popular projects like CB Milton and of course his fantastic remixes for 2 Unlimited. He also produced a single with the CB Milton project : A Real Love. Other newer projects that he did is called Bizz Nizz, with whom he had some success in Belgium.
Many singles of Pearl were co-produced with Phil Wilde and released under the Byte Records label. He had planned to release a new album soon with the project Pearl but it won't be eurodance like the first singles, it will be 'pop' music. The singer from this project (Ellen Kuiper) was also the singer of most of the Charly Lownoise and Menthal Theo songs (she appeared on the song Stars for instance).
Neverending Story (Oct 1994)
The Neverending Story was produced by Frank Peterson, Matthias Meissner and Thomas Schwarz. Label: WEA Musik GmbH.
Thanks to BroderTuck
Lila Pearl contributed as vocalist to Amadeus & The Funky Diamonds (she also co-wrote their single Move Your Way) and to Natural Sonic.
Artists and groups featuring Pearl (Lila)
Amadeus and The Funky Diamonds - Move Your Way (1994)
Smile On Your Face (1994)
Blinded By The Light (1995)
Smile On Your Face (1994)
Blinded By The Light (1995)
Pech is made of the 2 first letters of their creator's names : Alex Christensen and Frank Peterson. It featured Chris Thompson.
The team did remixes for Scatman, K.O.'s Feat. Michael Buffer, Princessa, Prince Ital Joe Feat. Marky Mark, Two Good.
Thanks to Abelito
Satellite Of Love (1994)
Vocals on Satellite Of Love were done by rapper Holy Terror and singer Queen Of Sound. It was written by Feel X, Sasa Zea and Whitehead Thomas H. Label : UCA.
Thanks to Gianni
Italian composer, musician and producer Graziano Pegoraro was born April 29th 1950 in Cilavegna (Pavia, Italy). He started his musical carreer at the age of 16, as a drummer. As he was 24, he entered G.Verdi Conservatory of Milan to study percusssions till year 1978. In 1976, he released his first single : an Italian song entitled Signora Tu, performed as Miko in San Remo festival.
In 1982, he showed a lot of interest for dance music and started to composed his first demos. In 1983, he composed How Old Are You for Miko Mission. This was his first European hit. The same year, follow-up Miko Mission single The World Is You was released. In 1985 he composed Around My Dream for Silver Pozzoli, which sold more than 1.500.000 copies in whole Europa. The same year, he contributed to Taffy's smash hit I Love My Radio which went #4 in the UK. In 1986 he took part to Festivalbar-winner Run to me by Tracy Spencer. In 1987 he wrote a single in Italian called Notte di Praga which was performed by Andrea Mirò, who competed in SanRemo young section the same year.
In 1990, after a creative pause, he was back in the business, this time as a producer. He founded the eurodance projects Mato Grosso (in 1990) and Ava & Stone (in 1993), both active till 1995. In 1995 he contributed to eurodance project 2nd Way. In 1997 he created project T-42.
Graziano Pegoraro died on January 7th 2013.
Artists and groups featuring Pegoraro (Graziano)
2nd Way - I Wanna Be (1995), Take Me Now (1995)
Ava and Stone - All Aboard (1994), Bye Baby (1994), Rainbow (1996), Yeh Yoh (1994)
Brothers - Procreation (1994)
LUNA (2) - Que Pasa Con Migo (1994), Sexy Danza (1994)
Lilu - Little Girl (2001)
Mato Grosso - 2016 (1993), Feel The Beat (1992), Jungle (1992), Love (1993), Mistery (1994), Moai (1995), Neverland Remix 92' (1992), Pyramid (1994), Stonehenge (1995)
Miko Mission - How Old Are You (1984), The World Is You (1984), Two For Love (1985)
Pin'Occhio - The Return (1994)
Silver Pozzoli - Around My Dream (1984), Don't Forget Me (1994), Step By Step (1985)
T42 - Find Time (2001), Melody Blue (Movin On) (1999), Run To You (2000), Set Me Free (2002), Too Much (2003)
Don't U Know (1995)
Pelican is a project of Italian Style Production. The single Don't You Know was composed and written by G. Trivellato and G. Sacchetto. Vocals were sung by Mireille, who also did vocals for Marvellous Melodicos The Sun & The Moon
Thanks to grof pl.
Spanish producer Francesco Pellicer was chairman of makina and eurodance label Code Music. He co-produced singles for Rebeca, Trax and Viva. he also did remixes for the 740 Boyz and 2 In A Room
Artists and groups featuring Pellicer (Francesco)
Mission - My Heart Will Go On (1998)
Rebeca - Lo Que Pasó, Pasó (1999), Mi Forma De Vivir (1999)
Trax - Come Follow Me (1997)
Viva (2) - Keep On Dreaming (1997)
Zombie - Rescue Me (1998)
Take A Chance (7th Jul 1995)
The single Take A Chance, was composed and written by Esche, Jalowietzki, and Mehta. It was featured on the compilation Bravo-Hits 10, published under Sauerwald MV / Edel Produktmarketing, released under Control Records. It was remixed by Bülo Aris (aka Bülent Aris, collaborator of Toni Cottura)
Thanks to Crazy4Music
Lonely People ()
Lonely People was included on the Polish compilation Promotion Dance Hits Of September
1.I Fail, 2.AAA Anthem, 3.Night and Day, 4.Punish, 5.Back Off, 6.I'm A Man, 7.Hard, 8.What Is Life, 9.Better World Without You, 10.Hide, 11.I Still, 12.Larger Than Life, 13.Spoiled, 14.Scared Of Me, 15.No Music,
Live In Hasselt (20th Nov 2009)
REGIstrated 2 (25th Jun 2010)
1.Hang On, 2.Imagination, 3.Naked On The Dancefloor, 4.Take It Off, 5.Another Me, 6.Throw It Up, 7.Notice Me, 8.Loaded Gun, 9.Alpha Girl, 10.Wanna Make Love, 11.High On Your Love, 12.Clouds (ft Katerine), 13.Rocco 'n Roll,
REGIstrated 2 (25th Jun 2010)
1.Hold On, 2.Next To Nothing, 3.Runaway, 4.Now You're Gone, 5.Tears To Dust, 6.We Be Hot, 7.Victim, 8.The World Is Coming Dow, 9.Wanna Be A Star, 10.Hustler, 11.Stronger Than Life, 12.Never Smile Again, 13.Chasing Dreams,
Voices (30th Oct 2015)
1.When it comes to love, 2.Should have been there for you, 3.The party is over, 4.Bulletproof, 5.Missing you (River flows in you), 6.Feel the love, 7.Summer rain, 8.Elegantly Wasted, 9.Fireflies, 10.In the morning, 11.Open your eyes, 12.Tu danses, 13.Stronger than you'll ever be, 14.Light the sky, 15.Reckless, 16.Cruel Summer, 17.Wait till tomorrow,
No Music (2005)
Larger Than Life (2006)
AAA Anthem (2007)
I Fail (2007)
Punish (Feb 2008)
Night and Day (9th Jun 2008)
Loaded Gun (4th Dec 2009)
Hang On (16th Jun 2010)
Take It Off (Aug 2010)
Runaway (3rd Dec 2010)
We Be Hot (Jul 2011)
Sharing You (Jun 2012)
Reckless (10th Feb 2014)
Invincible (18th Apr 2014)
When It Comes To Love (31st Aug 2015)
The Party Is Over (6th Nov 2015)
Elegantly Wasted (12th Nov 2015)
Light the Sky (4th Mar 2016)
Summer Rain (27th Jun 2016)
Should Have Been There (18th Jul 2016)
Where Did You Go (Summer Love) (23rd Jun 2017)
You Have A Heart (1st Dec 2017)
Ellie (11th May 2018)
Where Did You Go (Summer Love) (Dimaro With Love From Ibiza Remix) (19th Oct 2017)
Reginald Paul Stefan Penxten was born on March 4th, 1976 in Hasselt. He started playing the guitar on an early age. When he was 12, he bought his first computer and connected it to a synthesizer. At this point in his life he started to compose, attending a music academy to learn to read music.
When he was 18, he released some underground and trance EPs on the Dance Opera and Illusion labels, and decided to make it his carreer. But, since his parents wanted him to have a good education, he studied Telecommunication-Electronics. His success started with Milk Inc's La Vache in 1996, which was a big hit in France.
Aside Milk Inc., he started other projects with several singers and other producers : Sylver, Flesh & Bones, Tiny K., TLD, Outworld, La Luna... He also started deejaying, starting with small parties, then becoming resident DJ at Club Illusion. But after the international breakthrough with Milk Inc. He did not have much time to DJ.
Regi teamed with some DJ's and the owner of club Illusion, to create the record company Art Group Music (AGM), wee he worked as studio engineer and started his own label called Sookie. He also has his own radio show called Trance N Dance, that he produces and presents. He also did remixes for many artists and projects such as Duran Duran, 2 Unlimited, 2 Fabiola and Boney M, composed for Katerine and Jessy.
2004 : his voice was featured by Trancelucent on the single Lonely
2005 : his very first solo single was entitled No Music
2006: Regi released with Wout and Caren Meynen the single Larger Than Life.
2007 : Regi's new single was a collaboration with the choir Scala entitled I Fail. Jim TV started a second season of Regi's World, the real-TV program following Regi's daily life. After a second sold out Supersized concert series, he was nominated to the TMF Awards where he presented his brand new single : AAA Anthem, a duet with Bart Peeters, from his first solo album REGIstrated. In November, he appeared in a TV commercial for the Belgian Humo.
2008 : Regi composed a song for the girls trio Ellis-T which will compete for Eurosong 2008, the competition to chose who will represent Belgium at ESC. February : Regi Penxten's new single was entitled Punish, a collaboration with Koen Buyse. The videoclip is ready. On April 4th, the first solo show of Regi Penxten will be held at the Lotto Arena in Antwerp.
2009 : Regi Penxten's next single was What Is Life, out in January, a collaboration with Danzel. On February 29th, he did a new Regi In The Mix solo show, this time in Hasselt.
In July, he released his new Regi In The Mix compilation, a double CD including all the hottest dance tracks of the moment (and of course the new Milk Inc and Sylver tracks).
Regi was back for a 5th season of Regi's World since September 2nd. His last album and Regi in the Mix 6 were both awarded platinum.
2010 : In January, Loaded Gun, Regi's new song featuring Tyler entered the Belgium Ultratop singles charts directly at position #11. In February, Regi was made honourary citizen of city of Houston-Zolder. His new single Hang On featuring Stan van Samang went directly #24 in the Belgian Ultratop. His double album REGIstrated 2 was released in June.
In September, the next single was released. Entitled Take It Off, it features vocals by Kaya Jones. Compilation Regi In The Mix vol. 9 hit the stores on December 3rd. His next single was entitled Runaway. It featured Tyler, who was already the voice of Loaded Gun. Regi was nominated at the MIA awards in the category Dance/Elektronica.
2011 : Regi is the hero of a new season of Regi's World on Jim TV, starting from January 9th. In March, Regi won a De Gouden Klaproos award for best songwriter. His new single from Registrated 2 was We Be Hot, featuring Ameerah and Turbo B. Videoclip was shot in LA. His new compilation Regi In The Mix 10 was released on July 1st.
2012 : In February, Momentum, a collaboration of Regi with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike was released. In May, during second season of radio show Het Experiment on Qmusic radio, Regi presented a new song entitled Sharing You, featuring schlager singer Christoff. Regi and Elke Vanelderen got married (church wedding only, their civil marriage had already occured some time ago) on Saturday June 2nd. Ceremony in the church of Heusden-Zolder was broadcsted live on Jim TV.
2013 : his first daughter Ellie Martha was born.
2014 : in February, single Reckless came out. In April Regi released Invincible, featuring once again singer Moya. He was one of the coaches on The Voice van Vlaanderen. He collaborated with Yves V and Mitch Crown on the song Wait Till Tomorrow
2015 : in August, he teamed with Lester WIlliams featuring Patti Russo on single When It Comes To Love. Then he released his new studio album Voices end of October. He teamed again with choir Scala on single Elegantly Wasted. Shortly after, his new single The Party Is Over, a collaboration with Sem Thomasson featuring LX, was out.
2016 : in March, Regi released a collaboration with Wolfpack featuring Alessia entitled Light The Sky. In July, he released song Should Have Been There
Artists and groups featuring Penxten (Regi)
Dave Till - Hey (2016), Hiya (2015)
De Bie Silvy - Time (2007)
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike - Momentum (2012)
La Luna - Here I Am (2002), Kisses Of Fire (2001), Take Me (2000), When The Morning Comes (2000)
Li-Ann - Friday (2006)
Milk Inc - Blackout (2009), Breathe Without You (2002), Chasing The Wind (2010), Fire (2011), Forever (2008), Guilty (2009), I Don't Care (2004), Inside Of Me (1998), Land Of The Living (2000), Livin A Lie (2001), Losing Love (1999), Never Again (2001), Race (2008), Shadow (2011), Sleepwalker (2002), Storm (2010), The Sun Always Shines On TV (2003), Time (2003), Walk On Water (2000), Wide Awake (2001)
Static D - Fill Me Up (1996)
Sylver - Foreign Affair (2009), Forever In Love (2001), Forgiven (2001), I Hate You Now (2009), Lay All Your Love On Me (2006), Living My Life (2003), Love Is An Angel (2004), Make It (2005), One Night Stand (2006), One World One Dream (2008), Rise Again (2008), Shallow Water (2003), Skin (2001), Stop Feeling Sorry (2011), Take Me Back (2005), The One (2007), The Smile Has Left Your Eyes (2002), Turn the Tide (2000), Why Worry (2003), Why (2006), Wild Horses (2003)
Trancelucent - Lonely (2004)
Yves V - Wait Till Tomorrow (2014)
Wild Planet (1993)
Run Away (1994)
People From Mars was a project created by Davide Sabadin, Giuliano Disarò and Massimo Zennaro. First single Wild Planet was released under Extreme Records in 1993. Then Run Away was released in 1994 under X-Energy Records label. It featured vocals by Silvia Braga.
In Heaven No Limit (14th Jul 1994)
People Of The World is a project produced by Thomas Lange. The project featured a female vocalist called Aliah and a male ragga rapper called Muller. In Heaven No Limit was released under Ultraphonic / Eastwest. A remixes vinyl was released the same year, on the 14th of October. It contained 2 remixes : Ultralimited Mix and Single Version, done by Fun Factory.
It was featured on the mix compilation USA Dance take 2.
Thanks to reBeL and Alex Capilé
Italian dance producer Mario aka Marius Percali contributed to many eurodance projects, such as Alphatek, Angelface, Carla's, 2 Examples, Cinzia Kay, Confucius, Maya, Technocity and The Zambo.
Artists and groups featuring Percali (Mario)
2 Examples - Comin' Now (1993), Just Can't Help Me (1992), Let It Come Into Your Heart (1994), Ma Backer (1998)
Alphatek - Don't You Want My Love (1992)
Angelface - In My Mind (1994)
Carla's - Love In Paradise (1995)
Cinzia Kay - You Can Party (1994)
Confucius - Calumnia (1994)
Desiree - You Love (1993)
MGM - I Want You (1995)
Maya - Come Into My Heart (1994), Feel Good (1993)
Technocity - Warm Me Up (1994)
The Neibhorts - Come Baby Come (1994)
The Zambo - I'll Drop (Anything For U) (1993)
Perfect Beat (1995)
This amazing Italian project featured a female vocalist called Sara and a male rapper and producer called Magic Sam. Perfect Beat was a cover of Bronski Beat's hit Hit That Perfect Beat which was released for the first time in 1985. The vinyl contained 4 versions: Original Full Version, Acappella, Virtual and Extended. It was produced by Perfect Beat (Magic Sam and Nik! X), written by Bongiovanni, Acerbi and Barnabei, recorded and mixed at Multimedia Studio. Sound by Easy B. Label: Wicked & Wild Records
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Make Love In Liberty (1996)
Perfect Image is a Spanish eurodance act, that was produced by Jorge Cebrian Lopez. It featured Adina Perez and DJ Dee Jordan. This act recorded the single Make Love In Liberty in 1996.
Thanks to Ulysses
I'm Loosin' My Feelin' (1994)
I'm Loosin' My Feelin' was written and produced by Erik Eerdhuijzen and Olav Basoski. Executive producers were Marvin Tholen and 2 Unlimited rapper Ray Slijngaard. Single was released under Ray's label X-Ray Records.
Thanks to Gianni
Save Me (1995)
Calling For You (1996)
To Be Or Not To Be (1996)
The single Save Me appeared on the Polish compilation New Beat Vol. 11 in 1995. It is also known under project name Reina. Calling For You and To Be Or Not To Be were featured on the Snake's Music Presents series. All these tracks were licensed from Peermusic AB Sweden.
Thanks to Steve and Gianni
The Heartbreak (1993)
This euro project featured female vocals which reminded of EXP The Sound (apart from the fact that The Sound was released one year later...). It was recorded and mixed at the Music Mania Factory, produced and mixed by Jay Vee. The vinyl contained 4 versions : Innocence Mix (Radio Mix), Passive Mix, The Alternative Mix and Silent Mix. Label : Blanco Y Negro (Spain), Basic Mix (Italy), Dance Factory (NL).
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Go! Go! Go! (1995)
Go! Go! Go! was produced and written by Hector Roldan and Jose Luis Macias. Vocals were done by Cristina X. Label: Bol Beat
Thanks to Gianni
Feel The Rhythm (1996)
Perla is the vocalist Donata Perla Maria Paserio. Feel The Rhythm was recorded and mixed J.M. Digital Studio, it was arranged, programmed and composed by Gianluca Storelli, arranged, programmed and written by Mauro Tomassetti. Lyrics were co-written by Donata herself. It was produced by Full House Production. Roger Tolentino was also thanked in the credits.
Shake It (1995)
Jungle Sickness (1996)
Hey You (2001)
Trip On The Moon (20th Jan 2003)
Raga Me (Aug 2007)
Rock Into The Sky (23rd Mar 2009)
Me Exita (9th Mar 2010)
Walking To The Moon (21st Oct 2011)
Too Much Love (14th Feb 2012)
We Can Fly (17th May 2013)
LA Goodbye (2nd Dec 2013)
Too Much Love (Apr 2012)
Paola Peroni, also known as Miss Groovy, was born on the 17th July 19?? in Brescia. This Italian DJ, producer and composer showed a strong passion and a marked inclination for music ever since she was a child. Paola started her first DJ experience at the age of 14, in the school parties. She was taught piano and then she took a course in history of music offered by the Italian Disc Jockey Association (AID). Her first public appearance took place in 1980. Later, after some accounting studies, she had the opportunity to word in the club Genux in Lonato (Bs) (now called Dehor) from 1991. She stayed there 5 years as resident DJ. Her first project was called Akire.
In 1992, she became DJ Producer for the artists of the Media Records company. She learned a lot about producing there. Her name appeared on many Italian dance productions, for instance House Traffic, High State Logic, Jay Sex, 4 Non Bonds, Space Master (Step On and World Of Confusion both reached #1 in France), The Hard Concert, TFO, The Riders (Bang was #1 in The Netherlands), 2 Without Heads, Beverly (The Power Of Love was a top hit in Australia in 1992), Frenetiko (Don't Look At Me)... She also remixed Beverly's single The Power Of Love and Kiper's single The Land Of Freedom.
Paola started producing as Miss Groovy in 1995, she also released tracks as DJ Miss Groovy.
She played in many clubs in Italy and in the rest of Europa : Cotton Club (Venice), Cinema (Italy), Teatriz (Lugo di Ravenna), Embassy (Rimini), Mathis (Bologna), Mad Club (Losanna), Les Palais (Ginevra), Rote Fabrik (Zurigo), Mistery World (Amsterdam), La Xala (Rotterdam), Les Bains Douche (Paris), Colossos (Lioret de Mar), Wonder (Barcellona), Scorpia (Barcelona), Xque (Barcelona)... She appeared in many big rave events : Hellraiser in Utrecht, Piramid in Swizerland, Thunderdome in Italy, Peppermill in Herleen-Nl, Cocorico in Riccione (Italy)...
In 1997, she changed label and entered Intercool, and in 1998 and 1999 she produced the project Bacon Popper with the vocalist Lisa Simmons. Bacon Popper was very successful, for instance their single Free (based on U2's New Year's Day musical theme) sold 120 000 copies in France only.
In 2000 she became a part of the Zucchero Sugar Fornaciari staff during his tour in Italy : she opened the two concerts at the Forum of Assago, and the concerts in Montichiari, Bolzano and Treviso. She says that "there are no words to describe the emotion - quite unique !!! It was like being part of a big "tribe" where everybody has tasks and duties and the whole things is organized professionally". Meanwhile, she kept on remixing tracks for other artists.
In 2002 she produced Acelerando with Ramirez - yet another hit - which entered the German and English charts.
Recently she started a solo carreer and released 2 singles : Trip To The Moon, followed by Harem (a multi-ethnic record where the techno beat comes to join the sounds of the Far East) under the label BXR (a division of Media Records).
In 2003, was released Kiper's single The Land of Freedom, born of a collaboration with friend and colleague Joy Kitikonti.
In 2004, Paola contributed to Cappella' single Angel.
A little more about Paola Peroni in private... Paola is 1,75m and weights 59 kg. She is blue-eyed. She loves sports, eating ice-creams and collecting newspapers. Her favourite drink is water. She has a dog. Her favourite color is pink. She never took any drugs... actually she is addicted to music. Her favourite car is the Audi TT Cabrio. She likes loyalty and hates liers. Her main quality is courage. She says she does not care about gossips. For her, interenet represents a world in evolution. Her favourite website is www.musicgel.com. She explains that what makes her laugh the most often is reading the Italian charts. She prefers Apple computers and works on music with the soft ProTools. Her favourite produced single is House Traffic Everyday of my life. Her favourite artist is Jean-Claude Van Damme. Her favourite producer is Norman Cook Casa.
"Discipline first and foremost - that's the fundamental rule when you want to go the distance, reach your goal and make your dreams come true. And you have to be daring ... and patient, but above all you have to be able to listen to others... My passion for music and my feelings have taken care of everything else..." That's the answer that Paola Peroni gives whoever asks about her bag of tricks.
2007 : Paola Peroni did a gig at the Club Luxuria on 30th June. She will perform a 5 hour DJ set on Friday 17 August from midnight at the XVI Party of Radio Onda D'urto in Brescia (Italy). Her new single Raga me (released as Elektro Groovy) was released on the compilation Ibiza Party, and it was available on vinyl at the end of August 2007.
2008 : Paola was inspired to create her unique sound called Elektro Groovy. The Elektro Groovy project debuted with the track Raga Me released under Net's work records, which made it in the club chart of M2O Radio upon release. Soon after came PSP EP Vol. 1 featuring the tracks Koala and Bubble and Elephant. With this fresh sound, she has also worked with Jay Frog (former Scooter member) to produce at track called Vanilla and Peppermint. She also working with Datura to remix an unreleased track and Nebula to produce Hoverdam released on Beatport.com on 27 November 2008.
Paola also released an EP called New Generation Deejays EP vol. 1 under the label Housetraxx. It included some of her own songs : Thinking of you, Sweet Dreams and Hydrogen, as well as Bacon Popper – Free remixes (Paola Peroni remix). Nowadays Paola produces for her company Intercool and her labels Snap & Shake, Pasta records, Hardwolf. She released a remix of her Bacon Popper hit Free 2009.
2009 : Paola have played at Winter Music Conference in Miami 2009. She also appeared at Hed Kandy Lounge Miami. She is also busy to organize the Intercool’s label parties and also other types of events around the world. Paola also co-produced with some of the big names in the scene such as Joy Chiticonti and Mario Più for recording label Bxr and co-produced The Power Of Love with Officina Emotiva and Everybody Change with Gigi D'agostino.
2010 : Paola Peroni's latest remixes were Funkerman - Slide, The Rudenko Project - Destination, and Dr. Kucho - Just be good to me. She released the single Me Exita, as Paola Peroni feat. Carlos Villanueva, produced with Dj Molella (Net’s work & song). She remixed Frontier - Take me higher (Paola Peroni rmx) released on Spinning records.
She met again producer Gianfranco Bortolotti and they released the new 49ers - Je cherche après titine for Ego music.
2011 : Paola Peroni teamed with DJ Alberto Remondini from Radio M20 on the single We Need Freedom, to be released around May 20th on iTunes
Projects produced by Paola Peroni :
49ers - Touch Me rmx (1992), Je cherche après titine (2010)
Alan Gordon - Tha Loop/ Tha Sub
Bacon Popper - Free (1998), Rejoice In Love (1999), Bacon Popper album (2000), I Gonna Do/Trip To India (2002), Free 2001 (2002)
Beverly - The Power Of Love (1992)
Cappella - Angel (2004)
DJ Groovy - Shake It (1996), U Can Boogie (1996), Confusione, Tiko Tiko, Claro Que Si (2000)
DJ Spy - Go To Your Heart (1992)
Frenetiko - Don't Look At Me (2002/2003)
Hi-Basic : Can You Feel It, Go!
House Traffic - Everyday Of My Life (1994)
Itaka - Can You Stop The Groove?
Kiper - The Land Of Freedom (2004)
Miss Groovy - Jungle Sickness (1996), Peace (1999), Torakiki, Hey You (2001)
Money Penny - Two Ways (2002)
Pastaman - Where Is The Place
Pesto - Zodiak
Ramirez - Acelerando (2002)
Schwarzkopf - Comin' (1995)
Space Master - Jumpin' To The Party, Step On, World Of Confusion
The Riders - Bang (1996)
Remixes by Paola Peroni
D.J. Scot Project - O (Miss Groovy Remix) (2002)
Dr. Kucho - Just be good to me (2010)
Frontier - Take me higher (Paola Peroni rmx) (2010)
Funkerman - Slide (2010)
Miss Peppermint - Back In Time (Miss Groovy Remix) (2002)
Peran - Good Times (Miss Groovy Remix) (2002)
Technoteacher - The Hook (Miss Groovy Remix) (2003)
Tomcraft - Loneliness (Miss Groovy Remix) (2003)
Compilations by Paola Peroni
Scorpia 7 anniversario (2001)
Pasta Party (2002)
Italian Hardstyle (2003)
Interview at www.futurestyle.org
Thanks to Paola Peroni
Artists and groups featuring Peroni (Paola)
2 Mistakes - Holiday (1995), Sweet Little Boy (1994)
4 Non Bonds - Never Say Bond (1994)
49ers - Je cherche après Titine (2010), Shine On In Love (2013)
Beat Pressure - Something On Mind (1994)
High State Logic - Crime Of Passion (1994)
Jay Sex - Celebrate (1994), Moving My Hands (1994), Yes, I Wanna Dance (1993)
Space Master - Everybody Sing (1997), Hold Me Baby (1997), In The Name Of Love (1995), Step On (1994), World Of Confusion (1996)
TFO - Magic (1994), Never (1995), Soul & Body (1994)
The Riders - Bang (1993), Burning Up (1994)
Trancex - Dance In Paranoid (1994)
Verity - Don't Let Me Down (1993), Remember (1996)
Label : Sound Power Records / Italian Style Productions. This amazing Italian project produced by DJ Silvio Perrone, featured a female vocalist and a male ragga rapper. It was released only in vinyl format, containing 2 versions: Shafted Mix and Cathedral Mix. It was arranged and mixed by M. Marcolin and S. Perrone at Cross Studio (Italy), written by by M. Marcolin and S. Perrone, executive producer was Fabio Carniel (Disco Inn Srl)
Thanks to Alex Capilé
DJ Sylvio Perrone contributed to many projects, mainly for the label Italian Style Productions : Aladino, Boxster, Brenda, Funkystein, Car Max, Dirty Mind, KC Element, Perrone, Magellano, Synthesis
Artists and groups featuring Perrone (Sylvio)
Aladino - Brothers In The Space (1993)
Barracuda - Barracuda (1994)
Brenda - All The Things I Like (1993)
Dance Politix - Can You Feel It (1995)
Dirty Mind - Back To Future (1993), Mamamello (1993)
Louis Creole - I Love Music (1993)
Manico - Turn Me On (1994)
O'Hara Gabrielle - Rich In To My Brain (1995)
Perrone - Life (1995)
Pharaoh - Over Me (1993)
Synthesis - Time Is Right (1993)
Teknol OG - I Want You (1995)
Yama - Straight Down On The Floor (1993)
Zero PH - I Need To Know (1993)
This Italian producer and composer collaborated with Roby Arduini and L. Carpella, among others. He was a part of the Cappella team and also stands behind many eurodance italian hits such as Victory Why, Bibi Together Again, Loree Williams' I Keep Lovin You, D-stressed Mystical Way.
Artists and groups featuring Persona (Max)
49ers - Move Your Feet (1991)
Anticappella - 2 Square Root 231 (1991), Everyday (1992)
Clock - Holding On (1993)
Dirty Mind - Everybody Let's Go (1991), The Dream (1990), What Time Is It? (1991)
Fargetta Mario - The Music Is Movin' (1992)
Levy 9 - Gimme More (1994)
Maya (2) - Mirame (1995)
Mig29 - I'm The King (1992)
Morena - Open Your Heart (1991)
One Nation - More Than This (1996)
Savoldi Manola - Alternative Life (1997)
Sharada House Gang - Dancing Through The Night (1993)
Techfile - Keep On Movin' Baby (1995)
Tempo - Everybody Get Up (2000)
Too Busy - I Feel You (1994)
Williams Loree - Gimme Your Love (1996), I Keep Loving You (1994)
X-it-8 - Take Me 2 The Top (1994)
Spanish eurodance act that was produced and arranged by Vicente Mafia, also known as DJ Mafia and Raul Nacher. The single Repetition was relased in 1995. Label: Prodisc.
Thanks to Ulysses
Money 4 Me (1998)
(Patricia alias Patsy)
O'Jay discovered her in a discotheque of Berlin, the Jungle Club : that is why she became the first female vocalist of Real McCoy. She left in 1995 or 1996, then she began a solo career.
Petra Speigal is vocalist for Captain Hollywood Project. She contributed to the albums Animals Or Humans and The Afterparty.
Artists and groups featuring Petra
Captain Hollywood Project - Find Another Way (1995), The Way Love Is (1995)
Italian singer Désirée "Desiré" Petrocchi contribued to various eurodance projects from label Dance Pollution. Under name Nadir, she contributed to several singles by DJ Panda.
Artists and groups featuring Petrocchi (Desire)
AM Style - Keeping My Love (1996)
DJ Panda - My Dimension (1996), True Life (1997)
Kreuza - More No More (1995)
Da Di Dam (1999)
1.Da Di Dam, 2.Satunalle, 3.Can We Talk, 4.Sä Et Paratiisi Oo, 5.Run Baby Run, 6.Eeny Meeny Mo, 7.Sininen Yö, 8.Gimme, 9.Vaatteet Vähenee, 10.Nyt Bailataan, 11.Kiss And Go, 12.Run Baby Run (Disco Mix),
Can We Talk (1999)
Satunalle / Vaatteet Vähenee (1999)
Run Baby Run (1999)
Pets was created by the producer Victor Drobych around two female vocalists : PetTiina (Tiina Häkämies) and PetZini (Sini Laisma). They released album called Da Di Dam in 1999 under Unirecords. A musicvideo was shot for the track called Run Baby Run. This video was famous for the fact that it proved to be one of the most expensive musicvideo ever shot in Finland. They shot the video during 14 hours on nonstop, under the direction of Jussi Korpinen. Background vocalists were Saga, Lady M and Heidi.
The group ceased all activity in 2001. Sini Laisma should start her solo career soon.
Thanks to Serious Eurodance and Gianni
Daniel Peyer comes from Switzerland. He worked as producer and composer with the greatest names of eurodance history. He started his carreer collaborating with DJ Bobo : he stands behind the hits Somebody Dance With Me, Keep On Dancing, Take Control and Everybody for instance.
Afterwards, he made various things. He owned a music club in Zurich, where Melanie Thornton had a live show as La Bouche, together with her rapper. Then in Amsterdam he met Ray Slijngard of 2 Unlimited, they went together to the Disco IT, and together they recorded in his own studio a single which flopped. He spent 3 days with Ray, and found out he was a very nice and amusing guy.
In 1995 he went in Germany (Loerrach/Basel) and started collaborating with David Braendle (more well-know as David Brandes, E-Rotic producer with Felix Gauder). Daniel worked on the arrangements and co-produced the second album The Power Of Sex, including the tracks Willy Use A Billy Boy and Fritz Love My Tits. But David Brandes proved not to be very honest, since instead of the 2% PPD he had promised to Daniel, he only left a tip of 0,25% PPD. So in 1998 Daniel stopped his co-operation with David Brandes.
At the Bros Music studios Daniel met Lyane Hegemann, who has always been the real voice of E-rotic, even after she was replaced by Jeanette Meier (form Switzerland). Apart from the 1st Single, David Brandes was the real rapper. So, as it is common in the dance music world, the perfomers on stage were only lip-syncing. More recently, Lyane was replaced as Lydia Madawjewski as studio vocalist.
Under the composer alias John Bakerman, he produced and composed Franky Fonell's hit Never Forever.
Nowadays, since 2000, Daniel came back to Switzerland. He was busy working on a new music project, with his old friend Domenico Livrano. Domenico had co-produced with Daniel Let's Groove On, one of the first DJ Bobo singles back in 1991. The single was a flop so Domenico lost all desire to work with Bobo. So Daniel finished alone producing the first hit and the following debut album of DJ Bobo. Domenico worked with the most famous eurodance projects : he did arrangements and productions for Culture Beat, E-Rotic first album Sex Affairs, Magic Affair, Garcia, Captain Jack, SEX Appeal and Loft.
2003 : after scoring his last hit as composer for Groove Coverage's The End, Daniel decided to stop his musical carreer. Among the reasons, the strong diminution in CD sales (a producer nowadays ears 90% less than in 1995), the fact that he did not want of this stressful life of independent producer, always chasing money and fighting with international lawyers, and finally the fact that, since he had fulfilled his dream, it was time to leave the place to younger musicians.
He went back to school and nowadays works in an office. "Today I am actually very happy and do not regret my decision. I have fulfilled my boyhood dream."
Produced or Co-Produced by Daniel Peyer:
Fascination High Energy (Dance Factory 1997)
Macho Weiber Weiber (DMR 1995)
Neue Deutsche Welle Leuchturm 1995
Timecode Mann im Mond (Bros Music Intercord 1995)
The Lovers Love Me To The Limit (Blow up Intercord 1995)
Normans Crisis Alice, Who The X Is Alice? (Ariola BMG 1995)
Produced and Composed by Daniel Peyer:
Franky fonell Never Forever (Switzerland Chart No. 6 1995, TBA Switzerland, Edel Germany)
Mr. John Its Not Too Late (Dance Factory 1997)
Mr. John U Gotta Move Me (Dance Factory 1995)
Mr. John Get It On (Dance Factory 1996)
DIP Give Me Your Lovin (DMR 1995)
Twin Control U& Me (Logic Records 1994)
Night People feat. Renick Take Me Tonight (DA music 1995)
Remixed by Daniel Peyer:
Kool & The Gang feat. J.T. Taylor - In The Hood Beat System RMX (CURB Records EDEL 1996)
Fred Feuerstein - Fred komm ins Bett Die Remixe (Polydor 1995)
E-Rotic -Willy Use A Billy ... Boy Remixes
Thanks to Daniel Peyer - http://danielpeyer.com
Artists and groups featuring Peyer (Daniel)
DJ Bobo - Let's Groove On (1991)
Fascination - High Energy (1997)
Fonell Franky - If U Believe (1994)
The Lovers - Love Me To The Limit (1995)
Twin Control - U and Me (1994)
Tell It To My Heart (1994)
Label: Atomic Energy Records. PFL Dept. was made of Suzy S., PYRMHA and DJ Luca Facchini. Tell It To My Heart was composed by S. Zaghi and A. Carlotti, recorded in Peter Pan Studio in Roma (Italy), arranged by Luca Facchini and PYRMHA. All computer programming and keyboards were done by PYRMHA. Executive producer was P. Rossini.
Give Me Your Love (2nd Dec 1994)
Label : Edel. The project featured the rapper Andre D. and the female vocalist Theresa Burnette. The song was produced, written, composed and arranged by Miles Gordon and P-Force, distributed by DMS Tonträger-Vertriebs GmbH, published by Musikedition Discoton Edition Bär.
Thanks to reBeL
Everytime You Touch Me (1996)
Hold Me Now (1997)
The single was composed and written by Richard Westdijk (also responsible for the projects Black Belt and M-Pact). The CD maxi included 8 versions and it was released under Sound Wave Productions, and Dance Factory in the Netherlands.
Thanks to Yane The Greek
At The Rate Of The Time (1993)
My Life Is Moving (1993)
The First Of My Love (1994)
Phantom is a French project produced by F. Dupuis for the small French label Disagn, based in Lyon. The vocalist was called Géraldine Lefrene.
The photo used on the sleeve of The First Of My Love was shot during a gig in a disco near Lyon called the Titan
Thanks to Nico, Astralys and jahadu
1.There Is A Star, 2.King Pharao, 3.I Show You Secrets, 4.World Of Magic, 5.Dance Of The Snake, 6.Eternity, 7.Gold In The Pyramid, 8.Beautiful Flower of the Bad, 9.We Got the Key, 10.It's Your Way, 11.Rave Like An Egyptian, 12.Christmasland, 13.I Show You Secrets (Unplugged version),
The Return (1998)
1.Intro, 2.I Wish I Could Fly, 3.Bellydancer, 4.Temple Of Love, 5.I Can't Wait, 6.It's A Wonder, 7.Rainmaker, 8.You Are My Man, 9.Valley Of Kings, 10.Once Upon A Time, 11.Love Is A Miracle, 12.Pick Me Up, 13.Back Home Again, 14.Silence Is Golden, 15.Dreams On Golden Wings, 16.Outro,
Best Of 1994-1998 (2015)
1.Eternity, 2.I Show You Secrets, 3.World Of Magic, 4.It's Your Way, 5.Dance Of The Snake, 6.Wish I COuld Fly, 7.Gold In The Pyramid, 8.Temple Of Love, 9.Once Upon A Time, 10.Love Is A Miracle, 11.We Got the Key, 12.Rave Like An Egyptian, 13.There Is A Star,
I Show You Secrets (Apr 1994)
There Is A Star (Sep 1994)
World Of Magic (Jan 1995)
Temple Of Love (Jan 1997)
Once Upon A Time (1st Dec 1997)
I Show You Secrets (The Secret Remixes Of Pharao) (1994)
I Show You Secrets (remix 2) (1994)
There Is A Star (1995)
German eurodance act Pharao's history began in the end of 1993, when young producer duo, Alexander Hawking and DJ Stevie Steve (Steffen Harning), who both taken a great interest in the ancient East and Egypt in particular, decided to create a project around this theme.
Their debut single, I Show You Secrets, rocketed them to the top of the German Charts within weeks. This sensational success on the disco scene took them to Number One in every Dance Chart around, earning them the title of 'Gods Of The Dance Temple' along the way. European sales were so good that they made the Top Ten in several other countries and Top Twenty in Music & Media's Eurochart too.
The charismatic duo comprising of exotic singer Kyra Pharao, and American rapper Deon Blue, received a Gold Award to mark the phenomenal sales of their first hit. The singles There Is A Star and World of Magic also became huge successes.
Pharao was the only eurodance project to feature animals. 'Petit', a 3 meter long python, was said to be Kyra's pet. She later revealed that it actually belonged to a breeder. According to the first album booklet, th team included another python called Masiah (or Masai) and he was owned by Deon...
The same year, Pharao did a remix for Cabballero's hit Hymn. The track was released on Cabballero's remix maxi-single (Hymn - Sphinx Remix)
In November 1994, Pharao's debut album, simply entitled Pharao was released. This superb album contained 13 mysterious hits, for which the 'Gods Of The Dance Temple' seemed to have pulled every register. Each track was a combination of relentless groove and irresistible melody, and the result was a truly great modern dance album. Much of the credit went to Alexander Hawking, who spent the best part of three months entombed in the crypts of their pharaonic studios before finally emerging with a definitive work. Album reached #23 on the German album chart.
Their stage appearances featured Deon (and the python wrapped around his bare chest) and Kyra and her warm, erotic voice. The team was completed by 2 female dancers Michelle and Yvonne in their gold metal outfits, a gladiator drummer Jonny who drummed the whole place into a frenzy, while belly-dancer Jasmin performed her wondrous dance. Last but not leats, the mummy (Tino) itself appeared, to be brought back to life in a final, breathtaking, Robot Dance finale.
1995 : Deon argued a lot with Kyra, escaped several times without warning, even did a live gig alone in a small discotheque in Essen ! He finally left the group for good to be replaced by Eric Martin. Born in Cardiff, Wales, Eric had Egyptians among his ancestors. 1,88 m tall, he lived in New York and was already a big name in US rap scene. He learned the new songs of the group in only 3 days, which amazed Kyra a lot.
1997 : Finally after almost two years of silence Pharao came back with a new single called Temple of Love, a great track in real Pharao style. The producers team remained the same, with Kyra alone as vocalist and without rapper. Last but not least, the snake 'Petit' was back too. On December 1st, 1997 the single Once Upon a Time was released : it was an europop song with superb vocals by Kyra.
1998 : Finally after more than 3 years since the first album was released the second album The Return was released in January 1998. It contained 14 new songs and it was a mix of europop and the already well known Pharao style. Pharao's fans will maybe miss Deon's rap... Since then, nothing has been released anymore. All that we knew about Pharao is that their are no longer under contract with Sony. Steffen Harning concentrated on his new project Milk & Sugar.
2003 : Pharao's hit There Is A Star was covered by the trance project Mysterio.
2013 : There Is A Star was covered by DJ Roxx in a hard trance style...
2014 : Pharao returned this autumn live on stage. Kyra is back, along with a new partner, a young rapper known under the stage name Prince Damien.
2016 : while Prince Damien was busy as DSDS candidate, Kyra official posted new Pharao pictures showing the face of the new rapper, Nik Felice aka Siam. Chris Sauer aka BK Duke is also collaborating with the group in studio
Dance Artists Infos
Thanks to Anton "MC Kasper" Skaletsky
Fantasy Of Love (1993)
This one-single project featured vocalist Iris Trevisan, before she became a member of The Free. No relationship with the other German Pharao project.
Thanks to Klems
New Day (24th Mar 2017)
Kyra is a black-haired girl, born 17th January 1971 in Cairo. Her mother is Egyptian and her father is Indian. She has a younger sister called Melina. According to what was written in an interview, Pharao is the real last name written on her identity papers... But it was revealed later that her real name is actually Claudia Banerjee.
Kyra is 1,58 m tall. After her parents divorced (as she was only 10), she came to Munchen. At this time she really felt alone so she started singing in front of the mirror of her bedroom. Then she started singing in choirs. Afterwards, she did 5 years of classical music studies and 10 years of ballet. After this, her voice was powerful enough to sing solo in churches...
She was 24 years old when Pharao was created. She became the female vocalist of the project in 3 hours : "A recommendation, a call, a travel into the studio... a hit" she explains. She contributed to some songwriting too. Kyra soon left her former job in an advertising agency to give her full time to the group. She became a snake-lover, she owned the python Pythi (aka Petit), the one we can see in the video of I Show Secrets.
According to rumors, she had also released a solo single produced by the Masterboy team, but she finally revealed this was a hoax.
Between 2002 and 2005 she did a USA residency in Los Angeles.
In 2003, Kyra's voice was featured by the project Seven for the single Spaceman Came Travelling. She currently lives in Munchen.
2004 : Kyra is preparing a solo album. She also produces and promotes newcomers in the music business. She recorded ads for well-known brands such as Disney, Marienhof, Blue Mobile and Tricontes. She worked with Uwe Hackbarth, Pro7
2005 : she did vocal coaching for international acts at Universal Music, and worked as guest singer for several house projects for Diamondhouse Records.
2014 : Kyra works for Radio Energy in Munich and joined Pharao again.
Thanks to Klems
Artists and groups featuring Pharao (Kyra)
Pharao - I Show You Secrets (1994), Once Upon A Time (1997), Temple Of Love (1997), There Is A Star (1994), World Of Magic (1995)
Seven - Spaceman Came Travelling
Yves Murasca - Saxophobic Satisfaction (2007)
Dance Like An Egyptian (1991)
Over Me (1993)
Pharaoh was a project of Franco Martinelli, Ivan Gechele and Luigi Stanga. Dance Like An Egyptian was a Hip House remake of The Bangles' Walk like an Egyptian. Over Me included a sample of Yazoo's Situation.
In The Power Of Love (29th Jan 1994)
I've Got The Feeling (1996)
(In The) Power Of Love was recorded & mixed at MKS Labs System 1. It featured vocals by Dea Rage and raps by Dex and was produced by G. Chillá and Paola Clementucci (who stood also behind Gener 8 - Together). Released under MKS records, it was licensed in France under the label On The Beat, and in Spain under the label Max Music.
I've Got The Feeling was co-produced and written by Thami Dee, who also did the raps. It was produced and co-written by Brixt. Vocals were done by Valentina. It was released under MKS records.
Thanks to EmilGreg, Gianni and Cyber-Dance
Will U Be Mine (26th Apr 1994)
Phase 2 Phase was created by Carsten Zintel (aka Crazy Z) and Cihan "Ali" Güingör. The single was producer, arranged and written by both of them. Label : UCA Records
No relationship with the Italian project Phase 2 Phase.
Suicide (Oct 1993)
Loving You (19th Nov 1993)
Nevermind (20th Oct 1994)
All I Wanna Do (5th May 1995)
Wonderful Life (5th Feb 1996)
Phase Generator was a project of Italian Style Records
Loving You was recorded in 1993. It was written by Marcolin, Gaffurini and Avabari. The CD-maxi included 5 versions : a Station Edit, a Sequencer Impact Mix, a Peace Version Mix, a Club Mix, and a Wonder Pair Mix. It was licensed in the Netherlands under Lowland Records and in Germany under EDEL/Club Tools.
Suicide was from 1993 and the 12'' contained 2 versions : Blasphemy Mix and A Gogo Mix. This time it was rather a techno track. It was licensed in Germany under ZYX Records
Nevermind, probably their best track, was from 1994. It can be found on the web under the name Phase Generation. It was released under 2 formats, CDM and 12''. CDM included 5 versions: FM Cut, Fast Universe Mix, Mind Club Mix, Overture Mix and Acappella. The 12'' only had 2 versions : Mind Club Mix and 12'' Mix. The song was composed and written by G. Trivellato and it was licensed in Germany under Polydor Records
Then came All I Wanna Do. It was written and composed by G. Trivellato and G. Sachetto, released in 1995 under Italian Style (ISP 1306).
Wonderful Life was written by G. Trivellato and G. Sacchetto.
Thanks to Alex Capilé and grof pl.
You Got To Get Loose (1994)
You Got To Get Loose was recorded and mixed at Indeep Studio in Milan, arranged and engineered by Violansky (Michele Violante). It was re-edited in 2005.
One More Night ()
The projects features a rapper and a female vocalist
Overnight (19th Mar 1996)
Overnight was released under the label Enjoyland and featured on the Deep Dance 43 compilation.
We Love The 90s (2009)
Phen-O-MENia is a project based in Bremen, created by Rekardo Heilig (who is also the new Fun Factory producer and manager) A first single called Phenomenon was recorded, but was not and will never be released. At that time, the project featured the rapper and dancer DGS (a member of the new Fun Factory), and the background vocalist and dancer Lea...
2009 : Phen-O-MENia is now a girls duo, featuring Jördis and Jenna. They presented their new single, the official anthem for We Love The 90s concert, in November in Oberhausen.
Thanks to Eva Sipkova
See The Rainbow (1999)
See The Rainbow appeared on Japanese compilation Ultra Dance 004 Non Stop Megamix under Steve Rhyner feat. Mona Phillip.
Always Thinking Of You (1994)
1.Always Thinking Of You, 2.Stay With Me, 3.Leave Me Tomorrow Love Me Tonight, 4.I Need You, 5.How Much I Want You, 6.I Never Needed, 7.I Can't Survive, 8.Night Stalker, 9.Close Your Eyes (New Radio Mix), 10.All Broken Hearted, 11.Night Stalker (Club Mix),
Freestyle The Next Generation (with Marano) (1995)
1.I'll Be Waiting For You, 2.If We Never Say Goodbye, 3.I Wanna Love You Forever, 4.How Could U Love Me, 5.Summer Night (96), 6.I Want To Be With You Tonight, 7.Last Christmas, 8.Shooting Star, 9.Always Thinking Of You, 10.I'll Be Waiting For You (Hardcore mix), 11.If We Never Say Goodbye (Odeon mix), 12.I Wanna Love You Forever (Drop the bomb mix),
Be My Baby (1998)
1.Be My Baby, 2.Forever, 3.I Want To Be With You Tonight, 4.I'll Be Waiting For You, 5.Summer Night '96, 6.Shooting Star, 7.I Can't Survive, 8.How Much I Want You, 9.All Broken Hearted ('96 Remix), 10.My Boy, 11.You, 12.Gotta Move On, 13.Dance With Me, 14.Gave My Heart, 15.Lift Me, 16.Undercover Lover, 17.Ain't I Good To You, 18.Be My Baby (Be-Bop Mix), 19.Be My Baby (Radio Version),
All That I Am (18th May 2006)
Nothing Is Impossible (30th Jun 2009)
1.Extraordinary, 2.Breathe Into Me, 3.When You're Near Me, 4.Concierto de Aranjuez, 5.Gracias a la Vida, 6.Isn't It Wonderful, 7.Hotel California, 8.No Pain No Glory, 9.Historia de un Amor, 10.Tango for Carlitos, 11.To Kyma, 12.Helen's Theme,
Shooting Star ()
My Boy ()
You Know How Much I Want You ()
Summer Night ()
I'm Always Thinking Of You ()
I Can't Survive ()
How Could You Love Me ()
I'll Be Waiting For You ()
I Wanna Know ()
Night Stalker/Leave Me Tomorrow (1994)
I Never Needed (1995)
Undercover Lover (1996)
All Broken Hearted ('96 mix) (1996)
I Want To Be With You Tonight (1998)
If you Leave me Now (21st Aug 1998)
Dance With Me (1999)
Can't Stop (1999)
Born Katherine Filippeos, Alexia Phillips is a professional musician and entertainer. She has been studying music since the age of 6. Her main instruments of study include piano, guitar, vocals, and flute. She is currently majoring in guitar performance at the Royal Conservatory of Music, and participates in various classical guitar concerts and recitals. During the last four years, while coninuing her musical studies, much of her time has been dedicated to teaching piano and guitar in her family owned music studio. Since the tender age of 14, her other musical assets have included playing piano and singing lead vocals with a Toronto based band. This experienced performer has played in over 200 clubs and concert halls in Canada and in the United States.
Alexia's very first studio experiences were with her brother (producer/singer) Chris Phillips. The two worked closely together writing and producing their 1994 debut album entitled Always Thinking Of You. The album showed notable success, storming the dance floors and achieving airplay in Canada, as well as various stations throughout the U.S.
Alexia is also known for writing and producing for other popular artists. In 1995, she co-wrote and co-produced Lil Suzy 's two hit singles When I Fall In Love and Now And Forever. In the same year she collaborated with her brother, Chris Phillips and singer/producer Adam Marano from Collage. This resulted in an album entitled Marano/Phillips which proved to be successful in the dance/freestyle market.
One of Alexia's most recognizable hits include I Never Needed released with a Los Angeles based recording company, Interhit Records. The track went on to hit the Billboard Dance Charts, entering as a 'hot shot' debut and peaking at number #34. It also hit number #1 on the American DMA Dance Chart, as well as conquering numerous charts across North America. Her follow up single Undercover Lover also appeared on numerous American Charts.
Alexia's next hit You made a big impact on dance radio and entered several dance pool charts across Canada. Her self written single My Boy has already become a big success and her hot summer single Forever which was featured on the Planet Freestyle Volume 3 CD was a huge hit. In 1998, coming off the chart topper Forever, Alexia Phillips was back again. If You Leave Me Now is her latest release which features a duet with another great freestyle artist Stevie B.
In 1999 she started collaborating with the Italian remixers of the Factory Team, resulting 2 singles which were licensed by Odeon records under the SAIFAM eurodance label 21st Century : Dance With Me and Can't Stop. The first one was produced by Chris Phillips & Gus Phillips, originally recorded at Odeon Studio, the second one was produced by Rachid & Ian, originally recorded & mixed at Billy's Creation Studios in Toronto (Canada).
Alexia Phillips was working towards her first solo album which would include past hits as well as fresh new materials.
2009 : she released Nothing Is Impossible under her real name. She nowadays lives in Europe.
Thanks to Broder Tuck and Gianni
Artists and groups featuring Phillips (Alexia)
Turbo! - Can't Stop ('Cause It's Saturday Night) (1999)
Take A Ride (1995)
Your Lover (1996)
Don't Give Up (1997)
The hit Your Lover was released in 1996 under the Due label. It featured the voice of Erika Houston. Then came Don't Give Up, featuring Elena Becker. It was arranged by Claudio Mingardi, G. Vivaldi and R. Salani, producer by DJ Seven, written by A. Margheriti. Alessia Bianchi was thanked.
Thanks to reBeL
Singing The Blues (We Say Goodbye) (1995)
This Time (Beautiful Dream) (1996)
Nattens Änglar (The Angels Of The Night) (1997)
Jimmie Johanssom and Mika Korkeamäki met each other for the first time in the Summer of 1990. Their common interest for old synthesizers and music from the 80's resulted in their first band : Telegraph. In 1994 together with four other friends they founded Photogenic. The first single Singing The Blues (We Say Goodbye) was the recurrent theme for the TV-series Real World Stockholm. The single included 4 versions : a No Blues Mix (remixed by Antiloop), an Extended Mix, a House Mix (remixed by In-Side), and a Fling With The Juice Remix (remixed by Peanut Planet).
Their second single was entitled This Time, only 2 versions were available on it : a 7” edit and a Clean Industry Mix.
At this time Jimmie and Mika were tired of dance music and decided to get back to the origin – the early 80's (closer to synthpop, following the model of synthpop groups from the 80's like Lustans Lakejer and Adolphson & Falk). The band decreased from six members to become a duo when they performed Nattens Änglar (The Angels of the Night) in the Swedish Melody Grand Prix in 1997. At the same time they changed their name from Photogenic to Photogenique. Jonas Berggren from Ace of Base wrote song and music to Nattens Änglar. Unfortunatly, their performance at the Swedish Melody Grand Prix was a total flop, they did not earn any point.
Apart from their 3 own singles, thay also composed the theme to a docu-serie on a commercial channel in 1995.
Thanks to Mikoo
Tell Me Like It Is (1995)
This euro project featured a female vocalist and a male rapper. The 12'' contained 4 versions: Action club mix, Deejay beat mix, Mysterious dance version, and club edit.
Thanks to Alex Capilé
New Phuture (1994)
The single was produced by Tommy 'Gee' Gregersen and Thomas 'Totor' Lynge. Music by Marotis and Gregersen. Additional sound engineering by Jesper Hansen. Vocals by Sophie Marotis. Additional vocal production by Jan Lysdahl. It was mixed at Dreams Studyroom, Medley Studio.
Thanks to David Nivin "Captain DJ"
I Got The Music In Me (2000)
1.I Got The Music In Me (DJ Uno Mix), 2.FBI (Prosecutor-Club Mix), 3.I'm A Believer (Maxi Version), 4.When I Lose Control (Extended), 5.Summer Of Love (Virtual Club Mix), 6.The Right Kind Of Luv (More Of That Glamour), 7.Cyberspace (Part II), 8.Star (Instrumental Mix), 9.Happy (Your Demo Mix), 10.FBI (CIA-Club Mix), 11.I Got The Music In Me (Original Club Mix), 12.I'm A Believer (12'' Remix),
I'm A Believer (17th Jun 1997)
I Got The Music In Me (6th Mar 2000)
I'm A Believer was composed and written by Jens Lissat, Carmen Caballero, and Detlev Rugen, produced by Jens Lissat, The Brain and Carmen Caballero
Thanks to EurodanceRage
Artists and groups featuring Piano (Gianluigi)
Forward - You Make Me Feel (1994)
Humanize - Do You Know My Name (1994), Take Me To Your Heart (1994)
Nouvelle Frontiere - The Big Beat (1995)
Rajah - Eyajalua (1994)
I Know (1994)
Dancer, singer and actress Tania Piattella (aka Tanja Sabrina Piattella) was born in Zurich, Switzerland from Italian parents. They moved to Italy in 1986. She studied in ASD Dance Studio in Pesaro
She started working for Italian TV as a dancer in 1986. From 1989, she was prima ballerina and soubrette (a word used for sexy TV presenters). In 1991, she appeared in TV series Classe di Ferro. She contributed to TV show Club 92 on Rai Due, performing choreographies on covers of pop hits of the moment. In 1993 she was a member of the Acqua Calda team, still on Rai due.
Eurodance single I Know was written by F. Lisi and Kefrem (who was also executive producer). It was produced by Eliop and Cierre Production and released in 1994. Label: Discomagic Records
In 1995, she opened a Dance Studio in Pesaro where she works as a dance teacher.
She currently lives in Cattolica, Emilia-Romagna, Italy. She has a daughter called Greta.
Thanks to Klems
Laura Piazzai, aka Lory L, aka Lori Elle, aka Rola was influenced by singers like Whitney Houston, Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, Cher etc. Her purpose is "to make people smile with music and having fun during the shows" as she use to say "to make people go to bed happy and with a smile... always".
She started her carreer back in 1990, in Italy, with the project Cap & Family and their single Get You Somehow. Then in 1994 she was featured on Etoile's excellent eurodance track I want your love.
1995 was a busy year for her, placed under the sign of eurodance. She entered the project United Kingdom Of Dance aka UKD, doing vocals on their only single Everybody. Then she was featured on Satellite's Land of promise. She released a solo single as LoryL entitled Respect. Then she did vocals for MBS Presents The Strings Don't You want my love, Moving Faders You can dance, Body Of Evidence Aladdin, MT Productions Emergency.
1996 : she released under Lory L the single Comanchero 1996. Then, she entered the Green Eyes Project, recording many songs with them during 10 years.
2006 : she became member of UKD Project. Many many shows took her and her "partner in crime" Anto around the stages of the northern part of Italy until the start of the UKD Project that has become famous not only as live band but also as a Second Life band. She explains : "It's the most amazing way to be heard worldwide from web radios and from different kind of people that usually log in in this new reality. and many many famous bands have choosen this way to promote cd's and singles. We simply love it and we love the persons that so kindly supports us every day."
Thanks to Klems
Artists and groups featuring Piazzai (Laura)
Body Of Evidence - Aladdin (1995)
Cap & Family - Get You Some How (1990)
Channel 1 - Wake Up From Your Trance (1995)
Etoile - I Want Your Love (1994)
Indian House - Comanchero (1995)
Loria And Frank - Love Me Tender (1995)
MT Production - Emergency (1994)
Moving Faders - You Can Dance (1995)
Sarah Jones - Respect (1995)
Satellite - Land Of Promise (1995)
United Kingdom Of Dance - Everybody (1995)
Move In Time (1993)
Gift For Love (21st Jan 1994)
Coming Up (20th May 1994)
Label: New Meal Power (SAIFAM). This Italian project featured a boy and a girl. The best song they ever produced is Coming Up (a cover of TH Express song), it appeared on the Italian compilation Dance Classics Vol. 3.
Thanks to Alex "Energy" Laba and Alex Capilé
The Album (2000)
The Double Album (2000)
VIP Lounge (2001)
The Others (2002)
Now & Then (2007)
Gonna Get Ya (2008)
The Test (1996)
My House (1996)
Proximus (Medley With Adiemus) (2000)
Come Together (2000)
Like This Like That (2001)
Back To Cali (2002)
We're Back (2002)
Global Muzik (2002)
Playing Footsie (2003)
Funkytech Funkytime (2005)
Maybe, Maybe Not (2007)
Love Message (2009)
Living For The Time (2009)
Go EP (2010)
2010 EP (2010)
I Love Disco EP (2012)
The Riff (4th Nov 2013)
The Italian DJ and producer Mauro Picotto collaborated to many eurodance acts, the most well-known being Cappella, but also Anticappella (Express Your Freedom). He also collaborated to Gigi d'Agostino's singles.
As a solo artist, he won substantial acclaim in the late '90s/early 2000s with a number of popular trance songs in Europe. In particular, Komodo, Iguana, and Pulsar were some of Picotto's biggest hits, not only in Italy but also in other European countries like Germany. In addition, he served as A&R and in-house producer for BXR Records, which featured a number of high-profile artists like Mario Piu.
Artists and groups featuring Picotto (Mauro)
49ers - Baby, I'm Yours (1997), Lovin' You (1996), Rocking My Body (1994)
Clubhouse - Don't Stand So Close To Me (1996), Endless Love (1996), Light My Fire (1993), Living In The Sunshine (1994), Nowhere Land (1995), Take Your Time (1993)
DJ Professor - Rockin' Me (1994)
Fits Of Gloom - Return To Me (1995)
Massiah Zeitia - Sweet Love (1996)
Mig29 - Love Fantasy (1993), Promises (1995), War In Heaven (1994)
Plus Staples - I Feel The Friction (1992)
RAF - Boom Boom Boom / Menergy (1996), Move Up (1995), We Gonna Get (1991)
Sharada House Gang - You Are Deep In My Heart (1996)
I Guess They Think That (1995)
The project featured vocals by Carlos Linger and Colonel Abrams, and raps by female rapper Angel who also wrote the lyrics. It was produced and arranged by Team 3 (Errol Lafleur, Judith Samson Kruit, Mark Nieuwenhuijzen). Label : C & F Music.
Thanks to EurodanceRage
Run Away (1994)
Piece Of Cake is a project of Daimy and Chega. It featured a female vocalist called B. Jojo and a male rapper called Symon
The vinyl was released in 1994 with 3 versions (Radio edit, Club mix and Fly away mix). In 1995 it was re-released in special edition with 2 versions, as well as a CDM with 5 versions : Radio Edit, 12" Version, Terminate Clubmix, Run Fun Mix and Fly Away Mix. It was recorded and mixed at the Marini studios in Hilversum. released under the label Alabianca.
A song called Show Me You're A Woman was released under the same project name, under CNR, it is not sure wether it's the same project or not, or even if it's a eurodance song too...
Thanks to reBeL and Alex Capilé
Blue Eyes Baby (2000)
Vocals on Blue Eyes Baby were done by Melody Castellari. Both mixes available on vinyl were done by Factory Team (famous SAIFAM Group team usually involving Antonio Puntillo, Fabio Serra, Johnny Di Martino, Mauro Farina and Roberto Arduini). Label: CHR
Alfredo "Larry" Pignagnoli is a well known Italian producer and is behind many international dance hits. He runs the internationally acclaimed production unit Off Limits in Italy
Artists and groups featuring Pignagnoli (Larry)
Ann Lee - 2 Times (1999), Ring My Bell (2000), Voices (1998)
Dhany - Dha Dha Tune (1998)
Foot Control - Get Up And Move (1993)
Fun Fun - Give Me Your Love (1984), Happy Station (1983)
JK - Beat It (1994), Deep In The Night (1999), Go On (1998), My Radio (1996), You And I (1994), You Got Me Dancing (2000), You Make Me Feel Good (1992)
July - Blue Blue Sky (1998)
Lalene - The Best (1994)
Positivity (2) - Let Me Take You Higher (1993)
Q-Base - Shake It (1994)
Spagna Ivana - Dance, Dance, Dance (1987)
Whigfield - Big Time (1995), Close To You (1995), I Want To Love (1996), Saturday Night (1994), Think Of You (1995)
Pin'Occhio Vai ! (1993)
1.Enjoy The Muzik, 2.Happy Gypsies, 3.Tu Tatuta Tuta Ta, 4.Bum Bum, 5.Tantra, 6.Pinocchio (Collodi rave mix), 7.Pinocchio vai !, 8.La Phata, 9.Pinocchio (Original version), 10.Tyrolian Groove, 11.Tu Tatuta Tuta Ta (Ho Bevuto Mix),
Pinocchio (Jan 1993)
Tuta Tuta Tutata (Jul 1993)
Happy Gipsies (1994)
Pin'occhio Vai! (Jan 1994)
Tyrolian Groove (Apr 1994)
Enjoy The Muzik (Apr 1994)
The Return (Oct 1994)
Tu Tatuta Tuta Ta (1993)
Producers : Marco Biondi, Maurizio Castelli, Nicolas Savino
Take Me Higher ()
Pink Caffeine is an Italian project created by 3 men : Max Crocetti at the keyboard and computer programming, Max Troiani (alias MrGroove DJ) at the sequencer programming, Sandro Chillemi, percussion and drums programming. Their name was created with the help of a random name generator software. Take Me Higher features the voice of an American vocalis as well as raps in Spanish language. The do a lot of live appearances in Italy, in a lot of different clubs in Rome.
Their influences : a lot of artists, from Pet shop Boys to Depeche Mode, as well as Kraftwerk, Rockets, and more recently Corona, Sash!, Eiffel 65, Gigi d'Agostino, Mario Più, Neja, Alice Deejay and others...
Thanks to Ninja
Always On My Mind (1995)
Label : Muzic Without Control Records (distributed by Discomagic S.p.A.). Always On My Mind was a cover of Elvis Presley hit, produced by Karlheinz Fath, Fabio Gerhard and Max Kaßan.
Wild World (1994)
Bitter Fruit (1994)
Crimson And Clover (1995)
First singles Wild World and Bitter Fruit were released undeer One Way Records. Wild World was produced by F.T. & Company, Fabio Turatti, Nazca, Mauro Farina, Rhythm Act and Witt.
My Dad Is A Deejay (2006)
Run To You (2007)
Slave To Space (2008)
See Your Face (2009)
My Heart Belongs To You (9th Jan 2012)
My Rhythm Of The Night (10th Jun 2013)
Buongiorno Principessa (2nd Dec 2013)
Come Vorrei (22nd Nov 2014)
Slender In The Night (1st Nov 2015)
On My Own (9th Jan 2017)
DJ Roberto Pinna started deejaying when he was only 12. He published his first record Sing Song with PanPot, Daniele Davoli’s (Black Box) label in 1992. Subsequently, he released the single Rapsodia on Vertical label in 1994.
He contributed to eurodance projects such as Sevilla (I Wanna Give You Devotion) and Black 4 White (You Make Me Feel). He also did a remix of With Or Without You by Double You. His favourite kind of music is POP Dance, 80s and 90s revival.
2000 : Roby created his own label, NRG Records (New Radical Groove)
2003 : he published My Rhythm Of The Night, performed by himself and the famous Drag Queen Billy More
2009 : Roby Pinna's new single is entitled See Your Face.
2010 : Roby Pinna now presents a radio show entitled Slave 2 dance every saturday and sunday at 11PM on Radio italia network.
2012 : Roby's new single was called My heart belongs to you, featuring Keyra.
2013 : In June Roby released My Rhythm Of The Night featuring vocals by Billy More. Videoclip was a special edition for Italian Gay Pride 2013 in Palermo. In October, Roby Pinna released a 12 12 12 version of his song My Heart Belongs To You. It was a part of the soundtrack of 12 12 12 movie. In December, he released his new single Buongiorno Principessa featuring Sara Montesanto. Videoclip was directed by Paolo Petrillo and Andrea Bertero.
2014 : Roby Pinna released a Springtime remix of Buongiorno Principessa on March 8th.
Artists and groups featuring Pinna (Roby)
Sevilla - I Wanna Give You Devotion (1995)
Italian songwriter and composer Mario Pinosa took part to many eurodance projects : Atahualpa, F & F, Mo-Do, Vu-Meters...
Artists and groups featuring Pinosa (Mario)
Atahualpa - El Divino (2000), La Furia Y El Condor (1990), Toca Las Congas (1992)
Black Light - Light (1994)
Einstein Doctor Deejay - Back From Galaktika (1996), Space Bubble (1995), Virtuality (1996), You're My Destiny (1992)
F and F - Feeling Your Love (1993), Get Your Freedom (1994)
Kaala - Sound Of Infinity (1996)
Mo-Do - Eins, Zwei, Polizei (1994), Super Gut (1994)
Sabrina - Rockawillie (1994)
Valencia No Existe - Heavens Rave (1993), Love Temptation (1994)
Vu-Meters - Pacific Flight (1995)
Woda I Ogien (1996)
1.Disco Lato, 2.Nasz Dzien, 3.Cyganka Marysienka, 4.Woda I Ogien, 5.Lody, 6.Bezsenna Noc, 7.Kromka Chleba, 8.Powiedz Mi, 9.Słoneczna Plaza, 10.O La La Li, 11.Kochaj Mnie, 12.Miłosc Pod Jemiola,
Polish eurodance project Piotrek I Luiza was made of Luiza Wirowska and Piotr Sadowski. Piotr also contributed to projects Ex Problem, Lover's and Romanes.Their only album Woda I Ogień ("water and fire" in Polish) was released on cassette in 1996 under label PPT.
Thanks to Gianni
Celestial Flight (1993)
The Dream Is Just In My Mind (1994)
Our Life Our Nature (1996)
The Promise You Made (1997)
Label : Nacional/Bol records. Piropo is a project of Jose Maria Piqueras. The Piropo is a pub in Cullera.
The Dream Is Just In My Mind was arranged and produced by Beto Alberola, Balbi, Juanvi Alberola. Music was composed and programmed by J.M. Piqueras. Their second single Celestial Flight featured a vocalist called Marian.
Russians was a cover of a Sting song.
Our Life Our Nature was arranged and written by DJ Beto, recorded and mixed in Kong Studios. It featured vocals by Eva and raps by Macallister.
Eva, the vocalist is said to have taken part to Bandido's single I Drove All Night but nothing was confirmed. She also released 2 solo singles.
The Promise You Made, a Cock Robin cover, was also covered a few years later by Kate Ryan. The vinyl included a '97 remix of The Dream Is Just In My Mind.
Thanks to Afilgud
Can You See Me (8th Jul 1994)
Pis Of Keik (pronounced "Piece of Cake") features the voice of Annerly Gordon. It was released under Dig It International in Italy and ZYX in Germany.
Thanks to reBeL
Italian producer and composer Ciro Pisano was member of Sonora team. He contributed to projects Indiana/Diana's as well as Ma-Su and Messina.
Artists and groups featuring Pisano (Ciro)
Diana's - All I Need Is Love (1995), You Are My Angel (1996)
Indiana - All I Need Is Love (1994)
Ma-Su - Lies In My Life (1995)
Messina - I Believe In Tomorrow (1995)
Why Don't You (1998)
This Must Be Love (1998)
Also known as DJ Pixie, Donna Dee or Lady Penelope, this German DJane and female singer was discovered by Felix Gauder in a club located in Stuttgart in 1997. This explains why her debut single Why Don't You uses the same melody and raps as The Free - Dream. The next single was This Must Be Love. Both were featured on compilations of the Japanese Dancemania series.
Then DJ Pixie left eurodance to release several garage, drum & bass and breakbeat singles and collaborations under her various scene names.
Thanks to Marian Stoica and Klems
Spanish producer Juan Carlos Pla is based in Valencia. Between 1991 and 1993, he worked as producer for Area International. Then he released his own productions under Contraseña Records till 1996, creating his own small label Time Machine Records. Under the aliases Dagon and Newton he produced dance songs which got famous in Spain and even worldwide. He also contributed to eurodance projet 840.
Artists and groups featuring Pla (Juan Carlos)
840 - I Want Your Love (1995)
Dagon - Boom Chaka (1997), The Spirit (1994)
Sonia - This Is The Time / No Puedo Mas (1996)
Love And Passion (1st Mar 1995)
The single Love And Passion featured the voice of Giulia. It was composed and written by Hornbostel, Marvin, C. Zennaro (aka Einstein Dr Deejay). This team also contributed to Naif's single A Dream Today. It was released under the label Progressive Motion Records (PRG 7029) in 1994.
Take Me In The Sky (1995)
The single was released under the label 2Expand Music.
Thanks to reBeL
Velvet Skies (2001)
The single was produced, mixed and arranged by Planet Violet, written and composed by Manfred Hoelter, Mike Griesheimer, Thomas Detert and Thorsten Kipka.
Thanks to Abelito
Stay With Me ()
Here We Go Again (1991)
Wings Of The Dawn (1995)
Thanks to reBeL
Glory Of Love (26th Apr 1994)
All Boys (27th May 1994)
World To Me (6th Jun 1995)
The singles were released under the label Shift Music. World To Me and All Boys were sung by Sara Pola. Glory Of Love featured the raps of Ian Carma.
All Boys was written by Volker Lindner (who also played the drums and leyboards), A. Horn (who also played sax and guitar) and P. Mangerich. It was released under Shift Music. Other members were Heiko Klingler and Marco Scherer. It featured the raps of MC Hi-Hat.
Thanks to Necronomic
1.Macho Mate, 2.Who Is My Friend, 3.We Don't Belong, 4.People, 5.Red Riders, 6.Breakfast in New York, 7.Stadium, 8.Educate the Fool, 9.Revolution Baby, 10.Communicate, 11.A.T.O.M.I.C.,
Educate The Fool (1995)
Communicate '96 (1996)
Plastico had 3 members who went under the nicknames: Guzz, Boysen and Penny.
Guzz & Boysen wrote the music, produced it and made some additional background vocals, while Penny performed the lead vocals. Communicate was released for the first time in early 1994. The maxi was released under Telegram Records Stockholm. The song didn’t perform well in either sales or charts and the group disappeared for about a year. In 1995 they came back and released a really nice eurotrack called Educate the Fool and this time under MNW Records.
Later in 1995 they released the album Plastico. Unfortunately it contained mostly rock tunes.
For some reason they gave Communicate a second try in 1996, this time under MNW. It flopped again.
Thanks to Mikoo and Vision
Breakdown Funkytown (1994)
Do It To Me (25th Jun 1999)
Love And Heart (5th Oct 1999)
Take On Me (24th Oct 2000)
All the singles were released under One-Way records (SAIFAM Publishing Group), apart from Breakdown Funytown which wasreleased under Hotline.
Do It To Me was composaed and written by Mauro Farina and F. Turatti.
The vocals on Love And Heart were done by Jenny. It was produced by M. Farina & Factory Team, composed and written by M. Farina, F. Serra and G. Crivellente, mixed at Factory Sound Studios in Verona (Italy).
The single Take On Me was produced by M. Farina and F. Turatti, composed by M. Farina, written by M. Farina and F. Turatti.
Breakdown Funytown was composed and written by Matahari, Selenia and Greensberg.
Thanks to Gianni
Italian label from Bologna, sublabel of Expanded Music S.r.l. A lot of Zennaro and Zafret productions were featured on this label.
1.I'm A Woman, 2.Don't Get Attached, 3.Chasing An Illusion, 4.Be My Sundae, 5.String Of Pearl, 6.Read My Lipstick Lips, 7.Sugafunk, 8.Lovesick, 9.Flame, 10.Plavkalicious,
Chance Me (1988)
Maximum Motion (Feb 1994)
Croat-Peruvian singer Plavka Lonich was born in America on March 25th 1968. In 1985, she began vocal training. In 1989, she became a Member of Santa Monica Opera as soprano. In 1990, she moved from Los Angeles to London. In March 1991, she joined The Shamen and their track Hyperreal became a UK Top 30 hit. In April 1991, they went touring. 'The Shamen Synergy Tour' included 8 UK venues from Glasgow Barrowlands to Manchester Academy and London Town & Country Club. In May 1991, The Shamen promoted their hits with Plavka and appeared on numerous UK TV programmes such as 'Dance Energy', 'The Chart Show', 'The Big E', 'Live & Kicking and 'Hypnosis'. In June, The Shamen started their first European tour including various TV promotion appearances. In August, Plavka performed with The Shamen in Moscow and Siberia.
Then in December, Plavka formed the group called Rising High Collective with Casper Pound & Marc Williams, releasing the critically-acclaimed single, Fever Called Love in 1992 (6 mixes-Rising High Production LTD UK). In 1993, Rising High Collective released their second single Reach and performed on 'The Hitman & Her' plus done a club tour in Germany. Then, RHC released the single No Deeper Love and performed at The Limelight in New York, Ministry Of Sound in London, Universe (Bath) and at the Mayday Rave in Berlin. In 1994, Fever Called Love was re-released with new mix by Hardfloor on Rising High Records.
In February, Plavka released a solo single Maximum Motion on
Ascension Records. She was also vocalist on Sound Assembly's track, Live
In New York, released on Moonshine Records in the USA. Then she joined
the German band Jam & Spoon
and became their featured lead vocalist on the single Right In The Night
(Dance Pool Germany/Sony Music Europe/Epic USA). The track became N°1
in Spain & Finland, Top 10 in Germany & Norway, Top 30 in the UK.
The video was on hot rotation on MTV and VIVA with 2 slightly different versions. In Spring 1994, Jam & Spoon began an extensive European Tour supporting Right In The Night and Plavka's solo material was comprising both prestigious club dates and promotional TV appearances.
In April Rising High Collective released the critically-acclaimed Liquid Thoughts album. In May-June, she continued the Jam & Spoon extensive European tour with both live and TV shows. In July, she was still featured as lead vocalist on Jam & Spoon's new single Find Me (Odyssey To Anyoona).
Right In The Night attained Gold Record status in Germany and Plavka was presented with a Gold Disc at a celebration party. Right In The Night attained Platinum status in Australia while Find Me video was on hot rotation on MTV Europe, MCM and VIVA and was the highest climbing single on the German charts. In August 1994, Right In The Night is in the Top 3 of the US Club play chart for the second week. Plavka undertook an extended promotional trip to Canada, playing live on 'Electronic Circus', Canada's biggest music TV show. In Autumn 1994, Plavka toured through Italy, Finland, Germany and Lithuania, performed on Dance Machine, a TV show in France gathering 17,000 people ! She also made another TV appearance on 'Big Bubbles' in Munich as well as doing radio interviews with RPR Radio and Hit Radio N1. In November-December, Jam & Spoon featuring Plavka were nominated for Best European Dance Act at the first ever made MTV Europe Awards. Plavka also performed at an Aids Benefit concert in Berlin.
In 1995, the new Jam & Spoon single Angel (Ladadi O-Heyo) was featuring Plavka, the very violent video was broadcast censored on MTV and uncensored on VIVA but not in high rotation anyway. Her latest hit is still with Jam & Spoon in May 1997 on the melodious and smooth single Kaleidoscope Skies.
In 1997 she became a part of the project Caspar Pound to sing the song Fever Called Love. More recently, in April 2002, her voice was featured an eurotrance single of Mistral called Your Everything, released under the label Black Hole.
Plavka's voice also appears on the single Feel The Fire from the group RHC (Rising High Collective).
2006 : Plavka still lives in London, she recorded a few tracks such as Read My Lipstick Lips, Be My Sundae or Sugafunk for a future solo album.
2007 : Plavka was featured on NUfrequency's single Love Sick.
2009 : Plavka will release this year an album called Plavkalicious on an independent label based in Los Angeles called Wheat Recording
2010 : Plavka was featured on J. Nitti's single Surrender, released under Armada, Armin Van Buuren's label.
2012 : she was featured on Swagger's single Redlight Town.
Thanks to Christian DTM NoLimits
Artists and groups featuring Plavka
Caspar Pound - Fever Called Love (1997), Liquid Love (1999)
J Nitti - Surrender (2010)
Jam and Spoon - Angel (Ladadi O-Heyo) (1995), Butterfly Sign (2004), Find Me (Odyssey To Anyoona) (1994), Kaleidoscope Skies / I Pull My Gun... (1997), Right In The Night (Fall In Love With Music) (1993)
Mistral - Your Everything (2002)
Nu Frenquency - Love Sick (2007)
RHC - Blind Desire (2015), Feel The Fire
Remute - The Solution (2015)
Rising High Collective - Fever Called Love (1992), Liquid Thoughts (album) (1994), No Deeper Love (1992), Reach (1993)
Sound Assembly - Live In New York (1994)
Swagger - Redlight Town (2012)
The Dominatrix - Possession (1992)
The Shamen - Hyperreal (1991)
The Summer Is Magic (2nd Jul 1994)
1, 2, 3 (Train With Me) (10th Jul 1995)
I Love The Sun (11th Jul 1996)
Another Holiday (30th Jun 1997)
The Man I Never Had (29th Jun 1998)
The Summer Is Magic (29th Jul 2002)
The Summer Is Magic 2008 (2008)
The Summer Is Magic (1994)
1, 2, 3 (Train With Me) (1995)
I Love The Sun (1996)
Musical team : E. Asti, S. Carrara
Playahitty (sometimes written Playa Hitty) is a project created by the producer Emanuele Asti who also writes the artist's songs (in collaboration with S. Carrara).
Feline the singer Rio de Janeiro's native came in to live in Switzerland some years ago after becoming 'Miss Ipanema'. During her holidays in Lignano Sabbiadoro she meet in the lobby of her Hotel (called Gambrinus, maybe that's why there is a Gambrinus remix for The Summer Is Magic) the Italian producer Emanuele Asti who asked her to give her voice to a eurodance song called The Summer Is Magic.
In an interview, Emanuele Asti explained how the day before going to press he had not yet put a name to the project. He was thinking of a name that recalls the cheerful songs by the beach and so came the name "Playa-Hit", hit the beach. Then he thought about adding a "y" at the end, like a diminutive word, so it would sound less arrogant : a "small hit song". Playahitty in fact can be interpreted as "Playa-hitty" (beach song) or "Play-a-hitty" (listen to a song). Playahitty was born. In a short time the single was realesed worldwide becaming a classic eurobeat track. It was covered in the UK by Exotica feat. Itsy Foster.
Other successes followed : 1-2-3 Train With Me, I Love The Sun, The Man I Never Had.
A rumor says that Jenny Bersola, the real voice of Corona's first hit has took part to the Playahitty project. Moreover a different biography can be found in French magazines : Playahitty frontlady is called Marion, she was born in Guyana in 1970. She began to sing at the age of 13 in the band where her brother played as a bassist. She practised athletism and gymnastics and was second at the France Championship in 1986. She also became 'miss Guyana' in 1991, which allowed her to begin a career of model for many designers, among them Paco Rabanne. Then she came in Paris where she practised modern-jazz and afro-brasilian dance. She likes Anita Baker, Janet Jackson, Paula Abdul and Eternal.
It is very hard to know the truth between these 2 versions. But it's a fact that the girl who sings and speaks on the single Another Holiday has a true accent from Rio de Janeiro... The Man I Never Had credited vocals by Alessia Gee.
2002 : a trance cover version of The Summer Is Magic was released, under the name of Playahitty featuring Sasha De Vrie.
2006 : another cover of The Summer Is Magic, this time done by Frisco, was released in the UK.
2008 : a 2008 version of The Summer Is Magic was released.
2012 : a cover of The Summer Is Magic was released by StarClubbers feat. Janet Gray & Mc Calla.
Thanks to pim and DJ Alex Calboy for the latest informations
3, 2, 1... Plaza (1990)
1.Hand In Hand, 2.Wie = Wie, 3.Yo-Yo, 4.O-Oh, 5.Ben Je Gek, 6.Hi-De-Ho, 7.Hey Hey Hey, 8.In The Jungle, 9.E Basta, 10.A-Ha,
YO YO (ten years ago) (1989)
Hand In Hand (1990)
Hey Hey Hey (1991)
We Want More (1992)
Wild Is The Night (1994)
Do You Want Me (1994)
Hey Man (1995)
Come On Let's Go (1995)
I Save The Day (1997)
Producer : Fonny de Wulf. The first singles were released under Deesse, the 3 last under Alora Music.
Thanks to Apho
Show Me (1993)
To Be Free (1994)
In For A Penny, In For A Pound (7th Feb 2008)
Get It On (27th Mar 2008)
Brown Girl In The Ring (6th May 2008)
Dance (6th May 2008)
Painter Man (6th May 2008)
Gotta Go Home (20th May 2008)
Let's Go Round Again (8th Jul 2008)
Babe We're Gonna Love Tonight (22nd Jul 2008)
ABC (1st Jan 2009)
Disco Fever (5th May 2009)
Crying At The Discoteque (10th Oct 2009)
Green Light (5th Jun 2010)
Opposite Attracts (12th Mar 2011)
Bad Girls (9th Jul 2011)
San Francisco (9th Jul 2011)
Second Time Around (2nd Sep 2011)
You Make Me Feel Like Dancing (24th Sep 2011)
If I Die Young (12th Jan 2012)
Now That We Found Love (18th Feb 2012)
Let's Dance (17th Mar 2012)
You Make Me Feel Brand New (7th Apr 2012)
Fresh (11th Apr 2012)
The Tide Is High (2nd Jun 2012)
1 2 3 4 Gimme Some More (29th Jun 2012)
Rise Up (30th Aug 2012)
Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer (29th Sep 2012)
Go West (13th Oct 2012)
Every Little Step (16th Nov 2012)
Ho Hey (12th Dec 2012)
Love Like This (9th Feb 2013)
Hello Mr Monkey (1st Jun 2013)
What About Us (14th Jun 2013)
Let's Go Dancing Ooh La La La (22nd Oct 2013)
A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (30th Oct 2013)
Everybody Dance (29th Nov 2013)
I Gotta Keep Dancing (21st Jan 2014)
Happy Radio (11th Mar 2014)
Supermodel (25th Mar 2014)
Don't Let Me Be Lonely (4th Apr 2014)
Cruel Summer (26th Jun 2014)
Move (19th Nov 2014)
Daddy Cool (28th Nov 2014)
Uptown Funk (31st Dec 2014)
Emergency (7th Jul 2015)
Too Original (14th Jul 2015)
Groove (4th Sep 2015)
Marvin Gaye (23rd Sep 2015)
One Minute More (18th Nov 2015)
Runnin (Lose It All) (10th Dec 2015)
On The Beat (9th Feb 2016)
Hold On (19th Feb 2016)
I Believe In Miracles (12th Mar 2016)
Sweet Lovin (25th Mar 2016)
They Are Rollerskating (8th Apr 2016)
Close (10th Jun 2016)
Give Me Your Love (23rd Jun 2016)
A Night To Remember (30th Aug 2016)
Rock The Boat (13th Sep 2016)
Your Love Keeps Lifting Me Higher (17th Jan 2017)
Only Way Is Up (21st Feb 2017)
Moving On Up (11th Mar 2017)
I Am A Woman (12th Apr 2017)
Strike It Up (20th Apr 2017)
Robert De Niro's Waiting (5th May 2017)
Kissing Strangers (18th May 2017)
45 (21st Jul 2017)
Good Time (31st Aug 2017)
1 800 273 8255 (28th Sep 2017)
I've Got The Music In Me (12th Oct 2017)
Got Me Like (17th Nov 2017)
Meant To Be (19th Dec 2017)
Joy To The World (9th Feb 2018)
Those Were The Days (13th Apr 2018)
Let The Sunshine In (4th May 2018)
Label: 21st Century records
Show Me was composed by Max Artusi, Ricky Stecca and M. Farina. It was produced by Ricky Stecca and Max Artusi at Art Studio. Cristina Dori, Santa Caterina and Luca Morelli were among the credits.
To Be Free was produced by D. Cirelli, Max Artusi, and Ricky Stecca, produced by Ricky Stecca and Max Artusi, mixed at Art Studio (excepted the Factory Team Edit which was mixed at Factory Sound Studios in Verona). The executive producers were M. Farina and G. Crivellente. Vocal arrangements were done by Natasha Jameson and C. Dori.
Layla was originally a song by Eric Clapton. The Factory Team Remix was produced by M. Farina, F. Serra, Johnny Mix at Factory Sound Studios in Verona, Italy). The Another Version was produced by R. Stecca, C. Dori, Francis DJ and I. Antico.
Many other tracks were recorded under the name Plaza People, but never officially released : Sexual Guarantee, Crying At The Discotheque, Disco Fever, Waiting For A Star To Fall, and Baby We're Gonna Love Tonight. These were mainly covers.
Thanks to reBeL
Artists and groups featuring Plaza People
Reggaeton Nation - Strike It Up (2017)
Hand In My Pocket (1996)
First Time (15th Feb 1996)
The single First Time was produced by Bradley Daymond and Markus FJ Klinke. The musical team includes T. Antony, T. Boyle and G. Spencer. The artist featured is named J. Cock (actually Sheree Jeacocke). The song was a dance cover of a track by Robin Beck.
Another track was recorded : Hand In My Pocket (a cover of Alanis Morisette).
Sheree, the vocalist, was born 1958 in Toronto. She started in the CBC-TV musical The King Of Friday Night. After working as background and session vocalist, she started her solo career in 1985, releasing the single You Get To Me. Her first album, Feel It was released the following year. A second album followed in 1989. The first single, Woman's Work was her biggest hit, entering the Canadian Top 10 in February 1990. The song was later covered by Tina Arena, among others. In 1990, 3 singles were released : Before We Fall, Bang On and Forever You, Forever Me.
In 1993 came her third album Miss My Love, strongly influenced by gospel and R&B, released under her full name Sheree Jeacocke. 3 singles followed : Miss My Love, Serious and Everybody Needs A Love. In 1995, she created her own Sheree Music label and released a few tracks. After contributing to the Pleasure Beat Project, she released a solo single under the name J-Cock a cover of Stevie Wonder's Sunshine Of My Life, then a cover of Queen's We Will Rock You as Deeva.
1998 : Sheree did background vocals on two songs off the Blues Brothers 2000 movie soundtrack
2001 : Sheree appeared on Finkleman's 45s: The Doug Riley Sessions Live from the Montreal Bistro.
2002 : Sheree's vocals were featured on Jaypaul Project album The Story Of My Life.
Sheree nowadays works in the real estate business under her spouse name Sheree Cerqua.
Thanks to Klems
Italian dance act that was produced by Luca Peruzzi. Single Wonderwall was recorded and mixed at Brainstorm Studio (Modena) Italy. In Spain it was licensed under Boy Records.
Thanks to Ulysses
Coming Into My Life (1995)
The project features the raps of Tony Dyer and a female vocalist. The song was featured on Snake's Music compilation Promotion Dance Hits Of December.
Thanks to Necronomic
I Feel The Friction (19th Dec 1992)
We Got 2 Be (1993)
Gimme More Time (1994)
Move Allright (5th Nov 1994)
Plus Staples featured the DJ and remixer Simone Pagliari working for Media Records. He remixed many singles of East Side Beat (So Good), Kim Wilde (Kids In America 1994), Anticappella (Move Your Body, Everyday, Express Your Freedom), Patric (Love Me) and Cappella (U Got 2 Let The Music, Move On Baby, U & Me, Move It Up). He also released some solo singles, among them the very nice eurodance track We Got 2 Be.
We Got 2 Be was recorded and arranged by R. Arduini & F. Scandolari, produced by G. Bortolotti.
Thanks to Handre
Virtual Reality (1995)
Paint It Black, cover of The Rolling Stones' famous hit, was produced by Alex Garcia Ber and featured a solo female vocalist. Label: F.U.M. Gaudí Dance
Substitute featured a solo female vocalist. It was composed by Willie Harry Wilson, producer, arranged, mixed by Michael and Peter Fallon who also did keyboards and drum programming. Label : Branded Records
Thanks to Gianni
Take My Love (1993)
Show Me Love Show Me The Way (1994)
PMC was a project of Christophe & Pascal Mathiot (hence the name). The maxi of Show Me Love, Show Me The Way contained 4 different mixes. It featured vocals by B. Venditti. Label: Disagn' Records. Christophe Mathiot also contributed to Analogic Tribe.
Thanks to reBeL and Gianni
Dancing (All Night Long) (29th Apr 1994)
Get Up And Dance (Apr 1996)
PO Box is a Black duo coming from Germany. The CD maxi included a Radio Edit, an Instrumental Edit and a Long Edit. It was composed and written by Araya, Claw, V. Lanken-Schulz.
Second single Get Up And Dance was produced by Sandy Dian, written by M. Motta and S. Dian, released in Italy under label Team Records, licensed in Germany under ZYX. Maybe it's the same project, maybe not.
Send Me An Angel (1993)
1.Send Me An Angel, 2.You And Me, 3.That Boy Freud, 4.Strange, 5.I Don't Wanna Play, 6.Funky Romeo, 7.Only You, 8.Take Me Down, 9.Move It Groove It, 10.I Wanna Be,
I Found The Way (1988)
Dance With Me (1988)
I Wanna Be (1992)
Send Me An Angel (1994)
Tammy Pobi's biggest hit was her cover of Real Life's hit Send Me An Angel. This version had more success than Netzwerk's in Canadian clubs. Her album Send Me An Angel was produced by Joe La Greca. According to gossips, she was said to be dating Mark Wahlberg.
I'm The One (30th Aug 1995)
Come Everybody (11th Apr 1996)
I'm The One was written and arranged by JJ Ricco and Robert Uhlman. The vocals were done by Tom Tom and the raps by Lyrical D. The track was produced by Robert Uhlman
Album (13th Jul 1999)
1.Let's Go To The Party, 2.Poco Loco, 3.Tropical Paradise (Na Na Na Hey Hey), 4.Feel The Summer, 5.Come Along, 6.Going Down To Cuba, 7.Set Me Free, 8.Feeling, 9.I'm Alive, 10.Touch The Sky, 11.Poco Loco (Exclusive Album Remix), 12.Let's Go To The Party (Exclusive Album Remix), 13.Tropical Paradise (Exclusive Album Remix), 14.Video Tropical Paradise,
Poco Loco (7th Oct 1998)
Come Along (1999)
Let's Go To The Party (20th Jul 1999)
Tropical Paradise (4th Aug 1999)
Sunshine on a Rainy Day (2000)
Yaki Yo Yaki Ye (Oct 2000)
The Fun Phenomenon (2001)
Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep (2005)
Poco Loco Gang was a successful Belgian project. They came up with a new sound, called the happy house, actually invented in discotheque Poco Loco, the club where Fred Vandermast (2 Black 4 U-Oxyd) and Reinier were DJ's at that time. After a lot of experimenting poco loco was born : a nice sound with a funny voice mixed in it. Together with the sound a new project was born : the Poco Loco Gang. The single became a big success in January 1999 and a group was formed : it deatured a singer named Saïda, a dancer named Mike and a robot.
Poco Loco stayed 5 weeks at the # 2 in the Ultratop 50 and they received a golden record for selling over 25 000 singles in Belgium. This unexpected success seemed to give them inspiration and soon an follow-up single was created, called Let's Go To The Party. 3 weeks after the release of this second single, they could be found back in the top 10 of the Ultratop 50. Also in the Netherlands, people were fond of this new sound.
Fred quitted the project (personal reasons?) and also the singer and dancer couldn't combine it anymore with their other activities. By the time that the third single Tropical Paradise was released, a new group was created. Fred was replaced on stage by Patrick (alias Patje Loco Gang). Severine became the new singer and Moustic and James took care of the dance act.
Poco Loco Gang released also a fourth single Come Along and a full-cd-co-produced by Phil Sterman. The CD contains 13 tracks including the three hits and the 3 original mixes and the videoclip of Tropical Paradise.
And then it became very quiet for a while because they came back. People had not forgotten their successes yet which the Loco Gang considered an advantage. What was changed is the people of the Loco Gang, a lot of faces on stage. Kirsten, a 21 year old girl from Maasmechelen, became the new leading lady of the group. She could be seen in the past as the singer and dancer of DJ Sakin & Friends.
Marco and Mendo were the 2 new professional dancers of the Loco Gang. Both guys had an impressive 'palmares'. They danced together for Marisa (Paradisio), Sharon Williams, Marissa Turner, . They grew up together, pracitced together and were inseparatable dancepartners.
The group changed the name and also the sound. The Poco Loco sound was replaced by a Loco Sound, an amusing sound with a lot of bass and beats and a very recognizable, catchy refrain.
Sunshine On A Rainy Day was written by Sven Maas and Yvo Donckers. It is a happy song with a lot of 'hitpotential'. It's the come-back song for a group that has never disappeared out of the charts. Europe is more than ever excited about the project. Positive reactions came from the Netherlands, Scnadinavia, Spain, England and France.
In October 2000 was a new single Yaki Yo Yaki Ye released, another hit ranked for several weeks in the hitlists.
Now it seems that the, (Poco) Loco Gang is completely history mainly due to juridical problems with management and record company.
2005 : Poco Loco Gang are back, with a female vocalist called Chantal and a drummer called Bart. They released a singles called Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep. And they prepare a 2005 remix of their big hit Poco Loco.
Activate The Power (1st Sep 2006)
Take This Out (7th Jan 2007)
On The Floor (17th Mar 2007)
My Heart Belongs 2 U (21st May 2007)
Poisonous (19th Jul 2007)
Driving To The End (23rd Oct 2007)
I Don't Feel The Fire (15th Jan 2008)
Power Of Emotions (24th Feb 2008)
Possession (30th Jul 2008)
Big Daddy (20th Sep 2008)
Pure Energy (22nd Apr 2009)
Only In Your Dreams (14th May 2009)
The End (14th May 2009)
One Month In Heaven (August 2009) (1st Sep 2009)
You Are My Angel (26th Sep 2009)
Bring It Back (11th Oct 2009)
Day After Day (27th Oct 2009)
Everybody (Wake Up In 1994) (19th Dec 2009)
Pack Jam (27th Dec 2009)
Ya Idu V Ogon (20th Jun 2010)
Get On The Floor (Eurodance Theme) (13th May 2011)
Poison Beat is an unofficial project by Krasi. His songs are superb eurodance tracks.
Krasi started making music in the beginning of 2005 due to an unusual reason. He did not have any musical education, and had never learnt composing, harmony, playing any kind of instrument. He was just a true fan of the classic 90's eurodance. "What made me start working with music was my curiosity - I found a program for creating music by pure chance and was curious to see what can be done with it. Well, it hooked me and so I started experimenting with music, mainly eurodance (in the beginning)" he explained. Until 2006 he created a bunch of homemade tunes and shared them under a couple of different project names.
His first project was called E.P. (which stands for Eurodance Project), then he began remixing old Italian eurodance tunes under the nick Serdica. In the end of 2006, he decided to change his project name : "I got bored of E.P. and wanted to pick something that sounds better and more like an authentic dance project from the 90's" he says. So Poison Beat came to life. "Well, there's nothing special about that, I was just thinking of different variants of project names, this one popped up into my mind and I decided it sounds well enough (although it's not gramatically right - should be Poisonous Beat, however...). The first track I made using this project name was called Activate The Power".
Later came On The Floor, described by Krasi himself as "a typical homemade euro tune". Then Take This Out was unofficially released for free download as a 4-tracks maxi single, containing a radio mix, a euro mix, an instrumental version and the acapella file, featuring some vocal samples from the FL Studio default audio files library.
Followed the tracks Driving To The End, Poisonous, Big Daddy, My Heart Belongs 2 U and I Don't Feel The Fire (which got re-recorded in a Russian studio with raps and vocals, under the title Ya idu v ogona which stands for "I'm going into the fire").
The track Possession featured raps by the Bulgarian rapper SNG and vocals by Bulgarian singer Polina. "But it was never properly mixed and officially released" Krasi explains.
Followed Power Of Emotions, The End (inspired by Mr. Vain and K' Da Cruz - Push), Only In Your Dreams, Pure Energy (Ice MC, or someone who pretended to be him, posted on Krasi's MySpace page that he wanted to record this one, but unfortunately that never happened), and Pack Jam (a freestyle track, inspired by the tunes of Freestyle Project)
2009 : in August, One Month In Heaven was released. This euro track, was "dedicated to an unforgettable month spent with an unforgettable person...", Krasi says. Then came You Are My Angel (a dream-house track, "dedicated to a very special person to me"), Bring It Back, Everybody (Wake Up In 1994) (with Max P's raps taken from the acapella of Club Factory's I Think I Wanna Rock)
2011 : Get On The Floor (Eurodance Theme) was made during the Summer of 2011. It used again some raps by Max P. and by Ice MC.
Apart from these tracks, Krasi also made a lot of remixes under the Poison Beat nick. All of them are featured on his YouTube channel. He started with a pure euro remix of Freemasons feat. Amanda Wilson - Watchin'. Then a remix, made by a friend, inspired him to remix Sunfreakz feat. Mia J's Drive Out. Later he remixed 3 songs of Romanian pop/dance singer Inna : Hot, Love and Sun Is Up. Followed a remix of Den Sled Den (in English - "Day After Day"), a song by a young Bulgarian pop/reggaeton singer called Marieta, Medina's You & I, Cascada's One More Night, Groovebusterz's Destiny, Velvet's My Destiny (the remix was inspired by the Bermann Brothers tracks : Real McCoy's Another Night, Amber's This Is Your Night, etc.), J Lo and Pitbull's On The Floor, La Bouche In Your Life, and more recently Sunshine by the unofficial Digital Base Project..
2012 : Krasi remixed Adele's Rolling In The Deep. He is currently collaborating with musicians from Digital Base Project, working on a cover of Anthera's - Good Time Tonight.
Thanks to Krasi
We Are Leaving (1995)
The Final Day (1995)
We Are Leaving was released in 1995. It was produced by Libido and Polaris and mixed by Libido (aka Håkan Lidbo, who also did remixes for Look Twice, Plastico). Track number 2 was remixed by Statikk. Music and lyrics were composed and written by L. Jacobsson and P. Roth. It was published by Cindisc Music Publishing and released by CNR Music Sweden AB.
This Polaris has nothing to do with the project Polaris feat Minouche that released Frozen Luv.
Thanks to Vision and Gianni
Frozen Luv (1994)
Frozen Luv 2017 (19th May 2017)
Polaris had two members, Christopher Von Deylen (aka Schiller) and Steven Kaye. The featured vocalist was called Minouche (according to some people, Minouche meant "Melodie"). The single of Frozen Luv contained 4 versions, Single Mix, Extended Mix, Ambient Dub Mix and Siren 6 Hardcore Mix. It was released under Diana Music / Boogie Song / Warner Chappell.
Italian Style Production released a 12'' of the song which other then the Single Mix and Extended Mix also contained the awsome remixes by Roby Arduini called Time mix and Cut mix. That release was produced and mixed at Boogie Park Studio-Hamburg. Side A (the Arduini versions) was produced and mixed at Time Studio.
Christopher Von Deylen also contributed to the projects FLY, Future Smile, Organic, Fairlite, Nova, Phoenix, Face The Bass, Space Invaders, La Chica Linda, Caya, N:Dorra, Ophelia, Silver Shadwo, Split, Tank, Everett Bradley, and Sin With Sebastian.
This Polaris has nothing to do with the Swedish project Polaris that released The Final Day and We Are Leaving .
Thanks to Vision
Schiller discography at Schillerfan
Italian DJ, composer and producer Germano Polli is also known under aliases Jerma, Jeyarm. He took part to eurodance porjects Kaleidos, Betty Blue, Firehouse, Back To Mars, Shangrila and Order 2 Dance among others. He also worked with Alex Gaudino, and contributed to projects Greenpeace, Lil' Love, Night Shadows, The Pot, Sneeckers and Statement.
Artists and groups featuring Polli (Germano)
Back To Mars - Up Down Up (1996)
Betty Blue - Don't Cry For Me Argentina (1996)
Firehouse - Dance For You (1993)
Kaleidos - Take Me To The Limit (1995), Walking Down (1994)
Order 2 Dance - Turn Me Again (1994)
Shangrila - Let Me Touch Your Body (1993)
Então Volta Baby (1999)
This Brazilian euro project featured a female vocalist (Pollyanna herself) and was produced by DJ Raidi Rebello.
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Together Forever (1995)
I Want You (26th Jul 1995)
Po-Lo stands for Possessive love.
Their first single I Want You was released in 1995 by DWA Records. It was composed by Francesco Alberti, Luca Valeri, and Fabio Sarni, written by Laurent N'Diaye and Fabio Sarni. Their second single Together Forever was composed by C. Mingardi, Riccardo Salani, Claudio Malatesti and Francesco Alberti. It was written by Andrew Hall Mark and Gianluca Vivaldi.
Pompöös Is My Life (1994)
1.Overture, 2.Pompöös Part I, 3.King Of The Sun, 4.Liberty, 5.La Promenade Dans Les Trianons, 6.Tonight, 7.Inspiration Of The Sun, 8.I Want Your Love, 9.The End Of The Day, 10.Pompöös Part II,
I Want Your Love (1994)
The word comes from French "pompeux". Project was founded by fashion designer Harald Glööckler and Dieter Schroth. Born in Baden-Württemberg in 1965, Harald created his first dress as he was only 7, for his aunt. After his school education, he completed his apprenticeship at the shop Sämann in Maulbronn. He opened his first fashion shop in Stuttgart in 1987.
A single entitled I Want Your Love and an album Pompöös Is My Life were released under the label Blue Flame Records. They were produced by Lenny Mac Dowell (real name : Friedemann M. Leinert), Nikolei Dotzek, Oliver Voigt (Basic Art) and Piero "Pini" Brunetti. It was licensed in Spain under MX Records. A perfume of the same name was also launched, and a Haute Couture Show was organized in Neuen Schloss.
In 1995, 1996 and 1997, a Pompöös Haute Couture show took place in Stuttgart. In 1997 Harald started painting, he opended his own gallery the next year. In 1999 he launched the CPD, the largest fashion trade fair in the world, in Düsseldorf. The same year, he launched his Pret-a-Porter collection.
2002 : Harald Glööckler created 350 costumes for the Friedrichstadt Palace, Europe’s largest revue theatre
2004 : he launched Pompöös Pret a porter, jewellery and lingerie collections
2005 : he launched of his first bed linen and home wear collection. The same year, he became ambassador to the German child relief organisation and patron of the child emergency assistance endowment fund
2006 : he launched his first men’s wear collection. It is said that he inspired Sacha Baron Cohen for his movie character Brüno.
2007 : a new perfume called With Love was launched, as well as a Pompöös shoe collection and the first Pompöös porcelain by Seltmann Weiden
2009 Harald Glööckler began to work with Granada ITV
2010 : Harald shot a reality show for ITV Sender Living UK He was member of Let’s Dance jury.
2011 : he was again jury member in Let’s Dance. He designed a collection for Lidl.
2012 : he published his second book "Jede Frau ist eine Prinzessin" (every woman is a princess). He contributed to Dog Couture, a fashion collection for dogs, and launched Pralinöös, a collection of praline.
Thanks to Apho and Petio
Gabry Ponte (2002)
1.The Man In The Moon, 2.Geordie, 3.Got To Get, 4.Sharm Café, 5.Time To Rock, 6.Always On My Mind, 7.Waterfall, 8.De Musica Tonante, 9.My Butterfly, 10.Le Voyage, 11.Memories, 12.Midnight, 13.Terra Libera,
Dottor Jekyll & Mister DJ (15th May 2004)
1.Figli Di Pitagora, 2.Depends On You, 3.Pump Up The Rhythm, 4.La Danza Delle Streghe, 5.La Bambolina, 6.You Will Believe, 7.A Silvia, 8.Dottor Jekyll & Mister DJ (Roberto Molinaro Concept), 9.Make Love To You, 10.Crazy, 11.Radioattività, 12.Rocksteady Beat,
Got To Get (Don Don) (Jul 2001)
Time To Rock (10th Dec 2002)
De Musica Tonante (2003)
The Man In The Moon (12th Jun 2003)
La Danza Delle Streghe (10th Dec 2003)
Figli Di Pitagora (4th May 2004)
Depends On You (27th Dec 2004)
Elektro Muzik Is Back (2006)
La Liberta (24th Jul 2006)
Modern Tech Noises In The Digital Age According To Gabry Ponte (Dec 2006)
The Point of No Return (2007)
Love Songs In The Digital Age According To Gabry Ponte (Feb 2007)
I Dream Of You (Jun 2007)
Somebody Called Me (28th Apr 2008)
Ocean Whispers 2k9 (2009)
You (Livin' In My Heart) (2009)
Vivi Nell' Aria (31st Jul 2009)
Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood (15th Feb 2010)
Love 2 Party (3rd Jun 2010)
Sexy DJ (In Da Club) (9th Nov 2010)
Que Pasa (2nd May 2011)
Skyride (19th Jul 2011)
Lovely On My Hand (Mar 2012)
Beat On My Drum (17th Apr 2012)
Tattaratta (14th Sep 2012)
Dragostea Din Tei 2K13 (19th Mar 2013)
Sexy Swag (4th Jul 2013)
Scream (24th Jan 2014)
La Fine Del Mondo (11th Apr 2014)
Buonanotte giorno (20th Jun 2014)
ShowDown (12th Jun 2015)
Che Ne Sanno I 2000 (15th Jul 2016)
Tu Sei (31st Mar 2017)
In The Town (20th Oct 2017)
Quando Arrivo Io (4th Jan 2018)
Ghostblaster (23rd Feb 2018)
Gabry was born in Torino, Italy, the 20th of April, 1973. He started DJing at the end of 17. He is best known as the DJ of top Italian Dance band Eiffel 65, after working on eurodance projects such as Da Blitz, Bliss Team, Vandana, Sangwara, Blyzart. But he has no doubt shown in the last few years, that he was also a very successful solo dance artist as well.
His first solo attempt Got To Get (Don Don) released in 2001 reached #21 in the Musica & Dischi charts, and in February 2002, it climbed to it's highest position at #3 in the official Deejay Parade charts.
But nothing could prepare the Italian Dance scene for his next release. Time To Rock was Gabry's most successful single on the dance charts at the time, peaking at #1 on the Deejay Parade charts, and holding that place for 3 weeks.
His success than skyrocketed. With his 3rd single release Geordie, a cover of the track written by Fabrizio De Andre, Gabry had his biggest success in the dance charts. Geordie entered the Deejay Parade charts at no4, and when it reached the top spot, it held on to it for 6 weeks. Making it one of the most successful tracks of 2002. This track was also the first track for Gabry Ponte which made the Top 10 in the official FIMI charts.
Gabry Ponte followed this single with De Musica Tonante, originally written by Paolo Mantera. The Gabry Ponte version was also very successful on the radio waves, entering the official FIMI charts at no13 in its first week.
Gabry also found the time to collaborate with Mario Fargetta in 2002, as they released their version of the 1970's classic Music as written by John Miles. The single featured Carl Fanini, more famous for his contribution to Clubhouse.
It was around this time, that Gabry Ponte was signed up by RADIO DEEJAY to be one of their weekly regular DJs, and was given his own 1hour show every saturday night to spin his favourite dance records.
In late 2002, Gabry released his first album, entitled Gabry Ponte, the album featured his 4 previously released singles, and also featured his 5th single, The Man In The Moon. This track was played a lot on the radio airwaves, but the remixed version, as made by Roberto Molianro was even more played in the Italian Clubs.
Gabry Ponte returned in november 2003 with his new single La Danza Delle Streghe. This track was released in time for Halloween, and with it's spooky lyrics, great sound effects, and pounding bass and synths, this song also reached the top 10 in both the FIMI and the Musica & Dischi charts. This song also managed to hold the Deejay Parade top spot for 4 weeks.
In 2004, Gabry released his second album Dr. Jackyll and Mr. DJ and his 7th single, a cover of Eiffel 65's own track entitled Figli Di Pitagora. Gabry enlisted the help of Italian vocalist Little Tony for this track, and this one also managed to take the top spot in the Deejay Parade charts for 2 weeks.
Just after the single release, Gabry released his 2nd album entitled Dr Jekyll & Mr DJ, which outsold his first album.
Gabry had also had major success remixing. In 2003 he remixed the DJ Lhasa track Giulia, and this remixed track also managed to stay on the top of the Deejay Parade charts for 2 weeks.
But his biggest remix success came in 2004, when he remixed the track Dragostea Din Tei by Haiducii, and the remix landed the top spot in the Deejay Parade charts and stayed there for 8 weeks in a row. But even better, the CD single featuring the Gabry Ponte remix went to no1 in both the official FIMI and Musica & Dischi charts.
2006 : Gabry Ponte left Eiffel 65. His project Karmah entered the charts all over Europe with their hit single Just Be Good To Me, even reaching the top of the charts in some countries. Also the second single Tom’s Dinner, as well as the album turned out to be very successful
2007 : Gabry’s radio program becomes a daily one – Gabry2o, from Monday till Friday at 6pm
2008 : in August, he released Badabum Cha Cha with Dj Paki under the project name Marracash. Then, at the end of the year, he released La Chitarra Delle Streghe (a cover of Danza Delle Streghe). With Dj Paki, he also remixed Roberto Molinaro's Concept of Ameno.
2009 : he released his new album Gabry 2o Vol II. This album contains his latest single Ocean Whispers (with the popular sax melody reminding of Guru Josh's Infinity), a remix of Blue (Da Ba Dee) and his version of 2 Brothers on the 4th Floor's hit Dreams... as well as a bonus DVD.
2010 : Gabry with Elroy Powell aka SpoonFace released a new song called Love 2 Party on August 30th. The videoclip was shot in Spring of the previous year : Gabry organizes a flash mob, meeting all his fans dressed in bathing suit, and dancing with them through the whole city center of Torino. More than 500 people attended the event. In October, he remixed Fabri Fibra's VIP in Trip
2011 : in January, Gabry Ponte remixed Jovanotti's single Tutto l'amore che ho (All the love that I have). In July, he released a new single entitled Skyride, featuring vocals by Zhana.
2012 : in March, Gabry and Dorotea Mele released a single entitled Lovely On My Hand under label Dance And Love. in April, he released a new single entitled Beat On My Drum featureing rapper Pitbull and singer Sophia Del Carmen.
Thanks to David Hurt and Gianni
Artists and groups featuring Ponte (Gabry)
Amii Stewart - Sunshine Girl (2013)
Blyzart - This Is The Time (1995)
DJ Lhasa - Giulia (2003)
DJ Matrix - Fall In Love (2013)
Dorotea Mele - Lovely On My Hand (2012)
Eiffel 65 - Move Your Body (1999), My Console (2000), One Goal (2000), Voglia Di Dance All Night (2004)
Indiana (2) - Tears On My Face (I Can See The Rain) (1995)
La Familia Loca - Imaginate (2012)
Ponte Gabry - Time To Rock (2002)
Sangwara - Bohemian Rhapsody (1996), Don't Speak (1997)
Spyne & Palmieri - Before The End (2013)
Vandana - I'm In Love (1996)
XL - Extra Large (24th Jun 1996)
1.Dzisiaj Slowa, 2.Everything We Do For Love, 3.Everything We Try, 4.Give Me Reason, 5.I Don't Won't, 6.I Feel Love, 7.I Want Fallow In Love, 8.I'm Hot For You, 9.Kolejny Dzien, 10.Letnia Milosc, 11.Mijamy Sie, 12.Take Me Higher, 13.Tancz I Skacz, 14.Zawolaj Mnie,
Their album XL was released under the label Koch International. It was half Polish, half English and contained excellent eurodance tracks, such as Mijamy sie, Kolejny dzien or Take Me Higher.
Thanks to Eric-X and Eurojonke
Every Little Time (1997)
Every Little Time was written by A. Selina, A. Valouchi, N. Lewis and P. Buchini. Label : Byte Records.
Thanks to Apho
Canadian label based in Markham, Ontario.
Sergio Portaluri was born in Trieste on the 15th April 1961. He fell in love with the Beatles at the age of 4 and started learning the guitar by himslelf. In 1970 he entered a music school. In 1972 he attended the Conservatory of Trieste. At this time, his favourite groups were Pink Floyd, Genesis, King Crimson, Yes...
He started his musical carrer back in 1978 as bassist and guitarist. In the early 80s, he produced the first songs of Italian artists such as Ron, Fabrizio De Andrè, Marco Ferradini, Ivan Graziani, Lucio Dalla, Goran Kuzminac, and Adriano Celentano.
Later he got specialized into keyboarding, sound programming and everything that went around computerizing sound engeneering. The team he created with David Sion and Fulvio Zafret was called "De Point Production". He contributed to Italian projects such as Jovanotti, Scialpi, Bungaro, and 883.
Then in 1993 he created a producers team called Plastika Team with Claudio Zennaro, Mario Pinosa and still Fulvio Zafret. They stood behing the projects such as Mo-Do, Einstein Dr Deejay, Shannon, Afrika Bambaataa, Code-K, DJ Visage (in collaboration with N. Reichart from Imperio and C. Zennaro from Einstein Dr Deejay)... leading to 4 Gold records and 2 platin records in Germany, Austria and Belgium for Mo-Do's Eins Zwei Polizei..
He also did some remixes, for 49ers, James Howard, DSK, Sima, Korda, Mark Antony, Amnesia...
S. Portaluri contributions (as composer, producer, engineer)
Afrika Bambaataa - Feeling Irie, Pupunanny, Feel the Vibe, You Ask For the
Art Of Beat - Moments In Love
Black Light - Light
Clipps - Sleeping in my Car
DJ Visage - Formula, Geil
Einstein Dr Deejay (all tracks)
Mo-Do (all tracks)
N.E.O.N.- Living in the Jungle
Sabrina - Angel Boy
S@my feat Sue Ann Carwell - Shake Your Bootie
Shannon - It's Got To Be Love
Valencia No Existe - Feel Your Loving, Heaven's Rave, Love Temptation
Artists and groups featuring Portaluri (Sergio)
Atahualpa - El Cobra (1995)
Black Light - Light (1994)
Einstein Doctor Deejay - Back From Galaktika (1996), Cosmic Radio Station (1995), Space Bubble (1995), Virtuality (1996)
Elektra - Dancing Through The Night (1995)
F and F - Feeling Your Love (1993), Get Your Freedom (1994)
Kaala - Sound Of Infinity (1996)
Mo-Do - Eins, Zwei, Polizei (1994), Gema Tanzen (1995), Super Gut (1994)
Sabrina - Angel Boy (1995), Rockawillie (1994)
Shannon (2) - It's Got To Be Love (1995)
Valencia No Existe - Heavens Rave (1993)
Peace Love & Happiness (1994)
Label : Mid-Town Records. This eurodance project featured a duo : the female vocalist Lilian and the male rapper Ernest. It was written, arranged and produced by Farid Oueslati, Joost Walter, and Mustafa Alici. The vinyl contained 4 versions: Extended Version, Instrumental Single Version, Trance Version and Single Version.
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Abacadabra (30th Apr 1994)
My Baby Just Cares For Me (1995)
Label : Scorpio. The project features Sydney Fresh, Jerome Walker and Royal Kid. Abracadabra (originally released by Steve Miller Band) was also covered by Feel Real and more recently by Strike One.
For the second single My Baby Just Cares For Me, a euro-reggae track, the performers teams changed : Anna Garcia, Tammara Bot, Windsor Robinson and Tony Thompson joined lead vocalist Jerome Walker.
Thanks to Fun Cruiser
Movin' On (1994)
Got To Move It (10th Mar 1995)
Don't Let Me Down (20th May 1997)
Angel Of Love (28th May 1997)
Amongst the not very famous Italian dance projects, Positive Division is sure one who should have had much airplay, their songs were really catchy and the production was extra good quality. The producers were R. Fontolan & F. Diaferia and the label were Vinyl Expression records, a sublabel of Sintetico. Movin'On was also released in France, under the label Flarenasch.
Move Your Body was re-released in 1997 under the project name Cleo & Marcus (maybe the performers' names ?)
Don't Let Me Down was a cover of Max Mad feat. K.S.25 single
Thanks to Nicolas and Capitaine
Night Of Desire (1996)
The single was written by Jack Astier, P. Peek and S. Larribat, mixed by Melusine Euphonix studio Helios XVI, released under Dance Pool
Thanks to Apho
Let Me Take You Higher (1993)
Let Me Take You Higher was written and engineered by Davide Riva and A. Larry Pignagnoli, produced by Larry Pignagnoli. Amazing vocals were probably done by Jenny Bersola. Label: Hall Of Fame.
Thanks to Marian Stoica
In The Middle Of The Sun (1999)
I Don't Wanna Let You Down (2000)
Label : 21st Century. I Don't Wanna Let You Down was produced by F. Turatti and Mauro Farina.
Mary Had A Little Boy (1990)
The Power (1990)
Ooops Up Remix (1990)
Cult Of Snap Remix (1990)
The Hype (1990)
Witness The Strength (1990)
All Over The Time (1992)
Can't Help Falling In Love / Scatman (Ski-Ba-Bop-Ba-Dop-Bop) (1994)
Love & Tears (1994)
Don't Stop Till You Get Enough (1994)
Welcome To Tomorrow (1994)
Be My Lover (1995)
Another Night / Find Me (Odyssey To Anyone) (1995)
El Batachion / La Campana (1995)
Adelante / Vamos (1995)
Italian project Power Band was founded by D'Alessio, Jayti and Cocchini. They covered many eurodance hits originally from other artists. They got their name by covering The Power by Snap! They also covered their biggest hits, such as Mary Had A Little Boy, Cult Of Snap and Welcome To Tomorrow.
Power Fly was a dance Italian label distributed by Discomagic
Let Me Dance (1993)
The single was written by Pin, Skander and Gomez, arranged and mixed by Frankies Beathouse for Paul Fisher prod. Raps were done by Skander, and vocals by Naty V (Nathalie Vincent ?).
Thanks to EuroBoy and Apho
I Want (1993)
I Want (1993)
At the beginning, I Want was a rather acid jazz track, but remixes vinyl included a very nice European mix. Featuring vocals by Sandra Walters, it was recorded, arranged and mixed by Power Fun, produced by Pippo Landro, written by Daniele Tignino, Mammano, Vincenzo Callea and Vincenzo Graci. Label : PLM records.
1.Zabiegani, 2.Ciekawe Zycie, 3.Spokojny Sen, 4.Kazdego Dnia, 5.Trzeba Umiec Wiecej, 6.Zieloni Detektywi, 7.Nie Przynos Roz, 8.Twoj Aniol Stroz, 9.Wakacje W Hollywood, 10.Pozegnalny List, 11.Pocaluj Mnie, 12.Mam Dwanascie Lat,
Power Kids is a Polish project produced by Leszek Trapukowicz. It featured a female vocalist, with contribution of rapper and songwriter Tomasz Machlik.
Stop The Rain (8th Jan 1994)
This single was released under the small label Cut Records.
Thanks to reBeL
Calling You (13th May 1994)
Calling You was released as CD single (with 3 versions: Radio Edit, a Special Dance Mix and an Original Dance Version) and single 12" (with a Special Dance Mix and Hard'n Speedy Version). It featured the raps of Kurtis Blow aka the "Godfather of Rap". It was produced by Cool & Cool at Westlake and Beat-Power-Studios, composed by H. Reitinger, U. Fisher, written by K. Walker, H. Reitinger, U. Fisher, mastered by Jurgen Quincy Kramer, published by Beat-Power-Music, BMG UFA / Polydor.
Thanks to reBeL, Necronomic and Anton "MC Kasper" Skaletsky
Move Your Body (1994)
Thanks to Gianni
Power To The People (1995)
This single is probably a mistyping of project Kiss The Beat's single Power People. Musical team Lee-Chee / Carlo Antipasti probably never existed, and no record by that name was found on Network More Music's catalog.
Thanks to Fred
Jaki Ty Naprawde Jestes (1996)
1.Jaki Ty Naprawde Jestes, 2.Milosc Znajdzie Droge, 3.Nie Wytrzymam Tego Dluzej, 4.Bede Inna, 5.Pragne Cie, 6.Zapros Mnie Do Siebie, 7.Dzien Szczesliwy, 8.Czemu Znow Pytasz, 9.Dales Wszystko, 10.Jak Samotny Zagiel, 11.I'm Gonna Show You, 12.Summer Romance, 13.Need Your Smile,
Album Jaki Ty Naprawdę Jesteś was recorded at "Star Maker Studios" in Warsaw (Poland) between February and May 1996. It was engineered by Krzysztof Czub (aka Dance Bond) and produced by Jacek Kruszewski. Label: Blue Star. Composer Wieslaw Wolnik contributed to many tracks of this album. Izabela did vocals on the track Jak Samotny Żagiel. A video was shot for Jaki Ty Naprawdę Jesteś.
Thanks to Klems
Satisfaction (24th Sep 1994)
This euro project, also known as Powerprocess, featured a female vocalist called Lanna and a male rapper called T-Ix (actually the rapper Matthew E.L. and the vocalist Maureen Alberg who also performed for C-12). The vinyl contained 4 versions : House Break Mix, House Mix, House Instrumental and Radio Mix. It was written, produced and arranged by F. Santini, P. Goossens and Matthew F, released under the labels Lightning Records (Belgium) and BMG (Germany).
It was later re-recorded and released under the project name C-12.
Thanks to reBeL, Darksideofdream and Alex Capilé
Cosmic Waves (Jan 1999)
1.Skywalker, 2.Vorlan, 3.Memory Bubbles, 4.Orient Express, 5.The X-Train, 6.Zahadoom, 7.Hyperspace, 8.Granada (Remix 98),
I Want You (1994)
Goaway E.P. (1996)
Granada (3rd Jun 1996)
Power Source are Nati Mishali, Shahaf Shwarzmann and Nati Bit. They also contributed to the projects Multipass and Telescreen.
The single I Want You was written and produced by the trio. Poetry was written by Magda Fishman. Rap was done by Dave Israel. It was recorded at Hamon studio by Yoad Nevo who also mixed the single. Executive producer was Haim Semesh Coordination production was done by Naama Keren.
Incubator was a dance cover of a hit of The Click, an Israeli New Wave band from the 80's. Both versions of Granada, the B-side, were later released as 12" on Transient records
Thanks to EurodanceRage
What's Love (1997)
Power Three consists of Alberto Guzmán, Jerónimo Aguirre, and Rafael Vicente Pastor. Single What's Love? was released under Chin Chin Machines Records.
Thanks to Ulysses
Label: Silos Records. Lonely was producer by L. Facchini, M. Amati, M. Bersanetti, M. Mistri and M. Scarpante.
Thanks to Gianni
Power Of The People (1995)
No, No! (1995)
I'm Short Of Money (1995)
Power Of The People appeared on Polish compilation Snake's Music Presents Vol. 8. Their next song No, No! was featured on Snake's Music Presents Vol. 9.
1.Star, 2.Pump It Up, 3.Thank You, 4.Runaway, 5.Stressed, 6.Skin To Skin, 7.Can You Feel The Rhythm, 8.Turn It Up, 9.Ghostbusters '95, 10.Virtual Reality, 11.Hold On To Your Love, 12.First Time, 13.Most Wanted, 14.Skin To Skin (Rough Skin Remix),
Skin To Skin (1995)
Ghostbusters '95 (1995)
Runaway (27th Feb 1995)
Most Wanted (1996)
Pump It Up (1996)
Powerplay features the vocalist Nina and rapper L. Goran (Lalle Andersson). Runaway was written by Johan Bejerholm and produced by Patrick "Mac One" Larzon. The Exstensive remix was produced by Robert Uhlmann and co-produced by DJ Eric for House of Lords productions. The single was published by MCA Music, marketed by Blueprint (Dureco), distributed in the Benelux by Music Net.
Most Wanted was produced by Johan Bejerholm, co-produced by Patrik "Mac" Larsson, written by the both, mixed by J. Styren, recorded at World Studios in Malmö (Sweden), published by MCA Music, licensed under Atoll Music in France.
An album entitled Play was also released.
Rapper Lalle later took part to Tribe Vibes.
Thanks to Europat, DanceWebSite
Freedom Forever (12th Jun 1995)
Whenever You Want Me (30th Apr 1996)
The CD maxi of Freedom Forever included as Masterboy single mix, 2 Advance Mixes, a Love & Peace mix, a Rave Conquest mix, and a Slow radio edit. It featured the voice of Lori Glori (who had also contributed to the songwriting). The music was composed by Ollie Stan. Lyrics were written by Teddy Delight and Martin Peterson. The single was mixed by T. Engelhard and Masterboy Beat Production, produced by Teddy Delight, M., Selistch, Martin Petersman and Ollie Stan, released under Polydor. A remixes CD was released, it included a House party remix, a Rave Mayday remix and a Summer reggae remix.
Whenever You Want Me featured vocals by Raquel Gomez. It was composed by the Cyborg team.
Thanks to DanceWebSite
It's Just A Party (1st Aug 1995)
Give Up (No More) (1996)
Powerzone is a project from Switzerland built around the singer Stephanie Berger, born 10/11/1977. The producers are Peter B. and Steve Meadow. Their first single to be released was entitled It's Just Party. Then came Give Up in 1996 (with rap part by MCQ), and a last single named Africa, an English cover of Rose Laurens hit (this time Stephanie was no longer member of the group, she had been replaced by a duo of girls : Jessica and Sandy)
Stephanie was elected Miss Schweiz 1995/96. She also released a solo single entitled Sometimes, in 1996 under Blue Martin Schweiz.
Thanks to WebDJs
I Need You (1995)
The single was arranged by Magnoni Nicola and Stefano Chiossi, mixed and recorded by Alex Baraldi. Vocals were done by Anna.
Thanks to Klems
For Love (1994)
The single For Love was recorded, arranged and mixed by Franco Malanga, written by Fred Ventura and K. Moczulska, written and produced by Severo Lombardoni. Label: Discomagic Records.
Love Is The Only Way (Jul 1996)
The single was composed by Levent Karahan, produced by G+M Cope (aka Giorgio Koppehele and Martin Koppehele).
Disco 2000 (1996)
Label : Bit Music. Song was a cover of band Pulp.
Thanks to Gianni
Zetma Prenbo aka Zetma Carina Donoghue was born born 24th August 1965. She the first vocalist of Basic Element. She became pregnant in 1995 and was replaced by Saunet Sparell.
Under the name Zetma Donaghue, she did vocals for the project Magic Motion. She could also have been a member or Look Twice, appearing in the videos of Move Your Body and Mr Dance & Mr Groove.
In 1996, she did vocals on Rotate's single Lovedream.
2011 : she lives in Malmö and married married to Jan Zackrisson. She is now known as Zetma Zackrisson. She works as a curator and drama pedagogue
Thanks to Klems and Mikoo
Artists and groups featuring Prenbo (Zetma)
Basic Element - Leave It Behind (1994), Move Me (1993), The Promise Man (1993), Touch (1994)
Magic Motion - Show Me Heaven (1998)
Rotate - Lovedream (1996)
Dream Dimension (2004)
Song Dream Dimension featured a solo female vocalist. It appeared on CAPP Records digital compilation The Best Of Eurodance Vol. 1 in 2004. Melody was inspired by Trans-X Livin On Video.
Thanks to Gianni
Don't Make Me Wait (1996)
Part Of The Secret (1996)
Label : K-tel. The project features a rapper and 2 female vocalists : Amina Hietikko and Nina Sederlöf. L. Gargano also contirbuted to the vocals.
The single Don't Make Me Wait included a B-side entitled Delphi (which contained a sample from the Navajo indians Five Circle Dance songs). It was written by L. Gargano, produced and arranged by H. Niemestö and L. Gargano, recorded and mixed by H. Niemestö at Playground production.
Another track was released, called Time Machine. It was featured on the Finnish compilation Techno & Dance 7. Maybe it's the same projects, maybe not.
Thanks to Hickermann
Real name : Corrado Foresti. One of the 3 foundators of FPI Project, along with Marco Fratty and Roberto Intrallazzi.
In 1995, Corrado opened the discotheque "Vibe the pleasure" near Bergamo (Italy), with two separate dancefloors. Here the best national and international deejays will take turns during these two years, and the disco will become one of the most renown in the North of Italy.
1997 : Corrado started working as a DJ in the Lombardy discos, alterning House music along with Seventies/Eighties; the latest ones in time will become more and more frequent, up to the point to make Corrado Presti one of the most appreciated deejay of this trend.
Between 2000 and 2003, Corrado worked as a resident deejay for the "Pasha" disco in Mojacar (Spain) during summers. At his side, the best Spanish and European deejays alternate, among which Paul Ferris from Ministry of Sound of London. He also worked as resident deejay for the "Antares" disco, near Bergamo, every Friday night with a performance dedicated to the Seventies and Eighties music. He has succeeded in creating a style which, for the last two years, has become a trend in all Lombardy. Besides, he deejayed every Thursday nights his Hip hop and R'n'B favourite tracks at the "Notturna" in Bergamo region.
2004 : he toured as official DJ for the Ceres parties in Northern Italy. In May, Corrado was chosen to be the DJ of a night's dancing at the Bellaria Conference Centre. In June, he teamed with FPI project vocalist Sonia Davies to appear at the Zoo Discoteque of Mestre, sharing the stage with great artists of the 90s such as Corona, Druid, Regina. Then he went on his usual summer tour on Spanish Southern coast where the demand for his House rhythm was a must every night. He shared the decks with DJ Rob from Ministry of Sound. In September, he worked as resident DJat the "Cupola" disco in Nembro (Bergamo).
2005 : he worked as a resident DJ in disco Bobadilla in Dalmine (Bergamo).
2007 : he deejayed in disco Malemi (Lido Di Lonato, BS)
Artists and groups featuring Presti (Corrado)
Davis Sonia - Bette Davis Eyes (1992)
FPI Project - Come On (And Do It) (1993), Disco This Way (1994), Feel It (1992), Risky (1990)
Linn Sharon May - Don't Go Lose It Baby (2009)
I Love You Superman (1999)
I Love You Superman was written by A. Daugherty and Riccardo Menichetti.
Thanks to Marian Stoica
Back To Life (2000)
1.Ouverture, 2.Voices, 3.I Wonder Why, 4.The First Picture Of You, 5. Gimme A Beat, 6. Let Me Stay, 7.Emergency 911 (Album version), 8.Goodbye Girl, 9.Tell Me Why, 10.Rock The Discothek, 11.Back To Life, 12.Sweet Love,
Bonjour EP (2001)
1.Bonjour (Club mix), 2.Bonjour (Radio edit), 3.It's Like, 4.Somebody, 5.I'm Your Deejay, 6.Time Goes Bye (E donstopstop mix), 7.Time Goes Bye (Live at Loveparade),
We Rule The Danza (2002)
1.Herba, 2.Somebody (Album Version), 3.Send Me An Angel, 4.In My Mind, 5.I'm Your Deejay, 6.Wonderful Place, 7.Time Goes By (Live At Loveparade), 8.We Rule The Danza (Radio Version), 9.Let's Talk About A Man (Radio Version), 10.I Won't Let You Down, 11.Bonjour (Radio Edit),
Voglio Vederti Danzare (2003)
1.Voglio Vederti Danzare, 2.Emergency 911, 3.Let Me Stay, 4.Bonjour, 5.Somebody, 6.I Won't Let You Down, 7.The First Picture Of You, 8.Back To Life, 9.Let's Talk About A Man, 10.It's Like, 11.Wonderful Place,
Voglio Vederti Danzare (2003)
1.In My Mind, 2.Rock The Discotek, 3.Tell Me Why, 4.I'm Your Deejay, 5.Goodbye Girl, 6.Send Me An Angel, 7.Pop Goes The World, 8.We Rule The Danza, 9.Voices, 10.Time Goes By (Live At Loveparade 2001), 11.Somebody (Discogio Version),
Get On Up (1993)
Anybody, Anyway (1994)
Don't Stop (1995)
Feel The Rhythm (1995)
Raise Your Power (1997)
I Wanna Rock (1998)
Tell Me Why (20th Sep 1999)
Let Me Stay (Apr 2000)
Back To Life (May 2000)
Voices (Aug 2000)
Rock The Discothek (5th Mar 2001)
Emergency 911 (Aug 2001)
Let's Talk About A Man (Oct 2001)
In My Mind (2002)
We Rule The Danza (May 2002)
Voglio Vederti Danzare (2003)
Le Louvre (2004)
Right Here Waiting (2005)
Rockin' Deejays (2005)
Survival (21st Aug 2006)
Touch Me (12th Jul 2007)
I Believe (Feb 2009)
Happy Flight (The Never Ending Story) (Jul 2009)
The Riddle (23rd Nov 2009)
Alone (6th Dec 2010)
Song 2 (2011)
Be bop (7th Jun 2013)
Reset (15th Nov 2013)
Alza Il Volume (17th Jul 2015)
Enza (27th Jun 2016)
Prezioso is pop-dance project produced by Media Records. The tracks released are produced by Prezioso and Alessandro Moschini aka Marvin.
Giorgio Prezioso has been working since 1991 as a radio deejay and moderator at "Deejay time", which had reached the status of one of the most popular radio broadcasting of Italy. Before he used to deejay at the club "Veleno", collaborating with Italy's most well-know rapper Lorenzo Cherubini alias Jovanotti. He shares his passion for music with his older brother Andrea (32). "Music is my life. Even in my limited spare time I am constantly in CD shops or composing songs with Marvin", he says. Marvin (27), third guy of the project, has been playing the keyboards and the piano since his childhood. He was member of more differently rock and new-wave bands, before he joined Andrea and Giorgio to produce the title I Wanna Rock.
Prezioso contributed to the eurodance movement with some singles. First came Get On Up in 1993. It was composed and written by Guglielmi, G. and A. Prezioso, and Passalacqua, released under DBM Department (DBM 003). Then, Anybody Anyway was performed by Viviana Presutti from Da Blitz under the pseudonym Daphnes. It was composed and written by Lobina, Prezioso, Presutti and Gabutti, released in 1994 under the label Inporgress (INPR 1070). Don't Stop also featured Viviana . She recalls : "Prezioso is a very funny person. (...) Everytime he came to the studio, we had fun. He's always smiling. It was a pleasure to work with him".
Feel The Rhythm featured the voice of Clara Moroni.
The first single to be released with Marvin is Tell Me Why in 1999. It became a big hit.
2001 : Prezioso feat. Marvin released a new mini album entitled Bonjour EP, which contains 5 tracks.
2002 : a new album is planned for August 2002, and it's called We Rule The Danza.
In 2004, Prezioso released their new single entitled Le Louvre, a cover from the 80's. This song entered the official FIMI charts at #10, not quite beating their previous hit Voglio Vederti Danzare, which peaked at #7.
2005 : Prezioso's new single was entitled Rockin' Deejays.
2006 : after some delay, the new single Survival was released as vinyl in August... in Germany only ! It contained 4 mixes (the fourth being done by Gabry Ponte).
2009 : Prezioso and Marvin released a new single in February, entitled I Believe (a cover of Marcella Detroit hit). Prezioso has a radio show called Prezioso in Action every saturday from 17:00 to 18:00 on radio m2o, then daily from Monday to Saturday at 15:00. He also hosts the show Disco Ball on Radio Deejay.
Prezioso feat Marvin's new single is entitled Happy Flight (The Never Ending Story). It was included on the new compilation Prezioso In Action, released in May. In November, they covered the classic anthem The Riddle, already covered a few years ago by Gigi d'Agostino.
2010 : in Decembre, Prezioso released the second volume of his compilation Prezioso In Action.
Prezioso official website
Thanks to Selena Valeria Giannobi, Gianni, Duck, grof pl., Thomas Spiegel and David Hurt
Artists and groups featuring Prezioso
Angemi - Brakeless (2013), Dragon (2014)
Prezioso - Emergency 911 (2001), In My Mind (2002), Let's Talk About A Man (2001), Rock The Discothek (2001), Somebody (2002), Voices (2000), We Rule The Danza (2002)
It's Gonna Be Alright (1992)
I Need I Want (1993)
For Your Heart (2nd Oct 1994)
Label : Italian Style records
It's Gonna Be Alright was released under Line Music. It was featured on the compilation Atmosphera - Best Of Garage.
I Need I Want was composed and written by M. Marcolin, V. Gaffurini and Diego Abaribi, produced by M. Marcolin and V. Gaffurini. It was arranged and mixed by M. Rizzi and S. Olivieri. included a sample of Was It Just A Game by Solution feat. Andrea Tafuri. It included a remix by Aladino and was licensed under Roughmix in Germany and under Contraseña in Spain.
Thanks to reBeL and grof pl.
Lies (10th Oct 1994)
This euro project featured a male vocalist, Jamie Price and a male ragga rapper, The Lord.
The CDM contained 4 versions: Airplay Mix, X-Tended Mix, Dance or Die Version and Progressive House Edit. It was written by Ato C. Yankah Jr. and Jamie Price, produced by The Bermann Brothers and Ato C Yankah Jr.
Label : Shark Media Productions. Published by DA Music.
Thansk to Alex Capilé
Roxanne does not sound like most urban artists out there. Emerging from the Crescent City, New Orleans (the mecca for funk and home to pioneering giants such as the Neville Brothers, Leo Nocentelli, and George Porter), this esoteric artist/songwriter combines a mélange of funk, rock, blues, and gospel elements she seductively serves up in her own brand of zesty gumbo she dubs "funk and soul." Her lyrical content, emotionally and intellectually rich, cover the gamut of issues including society, self love and relationships, as her versatile voice and unique style allow listeners of all genres of music to indulge in a delightful melting pot of sound.
Whatayado is a funker, replete with tasteful guitar riffs and a sing-along, anthemic chorus that exudes a command of rawness reminiscent of Rufus or Mother's Finest. Fly'smellifluous hook and interesting melody, set to the backdrop of a thriving beat, will especially satisfy the palate of those who like their R&B alternative tinged with a different flavor while Rise, as the title indicates, is a sublime, positive -thinking mid-tempo ballad that mesmerizes, employing grounding bass-lines set against ethereal chords and a message of transcending obstacles. Sung with conviction and certainty, Rise leaves you with an "I-know-I-can-do-it" ideality.
As a performer, Roxanne is no stranger to the stage. She has appeared on numerous stages lending her voice to various artists including Hammer, Busta Rhymes, Zhane, Donnell Jones, N'dea Davenport, Coati Mundi, Cyrille Neville, Allen Toussaint, Daryl Johnson, Leo Nocentelli, Urge Overkill, Ghostface Killah, Corey Day, and others. As a budding songwriter, Roxanne has collaborated with the likes of Peter Bunetta (Patti Labelle, Donna Summer, Michael Bolton), R.J. Rice (Poe, Taja Sevelle), Bad Boy Hitman, Younglod (Faith Evans, Big Pun, Carl Thomas), Robert Clivilles (Mariah Carey, C&C Music Factory), and Bruce Smith (Bjork, Terence D'arby, Neneh Cherry). An imminent force in this market, Roxanne is being heavily pursued by major labels and promises to impact the industry and the masses with a broad and refreshing spectrum of sound.
She took part to the writing and to the vocals of the single In The Name Of Love with the project Infinity .
Artists and groups featuring Price (Roxanne)
Infinity (3) - In The Name Of Love (1994)
Lotte was born in May 29th 1984. She is said to be open-minded and honest, and she loves animals. In 2004, she became one of the members of bubble gum project Djumbo.
Sound The Alarm (10th Feb 1995)
Ian David Smith aka Primax had been working as a mainframe (CICS) Systems Engineer throughout the 80's and early 90's. Under the name of Ian D, he started deejaying in the early 1990's at club Heaven (known as "Europe's biggest gay night club"). He's been spinning records every Saturday on the main floor between 10pm and 4am for nearly 3 years. Between 1994 and 1996, he worked as a music journalist for the American dance music magazine Dance Music Authority (DMA), remixing several Top 20 records, and producing three of his own singles through Media/MCA Records. His first record was #1 in Israel, visiting Top of the Pops, and getting several of his remixes played on 1 FM (a.k.a. BBC Radio 1).
Then he was approached by two separate sets of producers who were interested in working with him. The first of these was Peter Pritchard, who ran the UK branch of the Italian Media Records label. The second comprised Phil Harding and Ian Curnow. They had worked at PWL for legendary dance producers Stock, Aitken and Waterman, and were now working on their own under the name of The Power Syndicate. This led to a series of remixes being released under Primax (for 49ers, Deuce, Clock, Sharada House Gang, 2wo Third3, Traci Lords, Ann-Marie Smith, Scanners, Pandora...).
Ian Smith founded Prime Cuts Ltd to capitalise on possible income from DJing. The name came from the title of a free dance music review newsletter he had used to help promote the music he played at his first gigs at The Paradise Club in Islington. He took up a full-time job at Media Records and condensed the company/newsletter name and slogan ("Prime Cuts - to the max!") to come up with his remixer name of Primax.
The single Sound The Alarm featured the voice of Kimberley. It was written by Ian Smith and Peter Pritchard (who was also executive producer), produced by Primax, released under Media records UK. Strangely, it was not licensed in Italy uunder a Media records label, but under TOP Secret Recordings (a sublabel of Dig It International).
After a promo single entitled Tequila recorded in 1995, followed the singles Music and Pure in 1996.
Ian Smith loves skydiving. he describes himself as grumpy and irascible.
Thanks to reBeL and BroderTuck
To Be Free (19th Jun 1995)
Label : Italian Style. The single To Be Free was written by G. Masoni and R. Menichetti. It was re-released in Spain under Panic Records in 2006.
Thanks to Ninja
Canadian dance label.
How We Livin' (1998)
Rising High (Jun 2007)
Think About You (2nd Sep 2016)
Real name : Alexandra Prinz. Alexandra's Brazilian mother toured the world as a dancer in one of the most successful Brazilian Dance-Groups of the 70's, then moved to Hamburg to settle down with her German husband. This is where she was born in 1975 and still resides.
Alexandra sang her way from the karaoke-bars of Hamburg's Reeperbahn into the best music studios in Germany. At just 14 years of age she had her first taste of professional studio work. She appeared on Bed and Breakfast's You're The One in 1995. According to rumors, she was also the real voice of Blümchen (at least she confirmed she contributed to vocals) and Sqeezer (Jasmin Wagner and Lori Stern being only lipsyncing)
She sang nearly every Top Hit for the Booya Family and also Nana's #1 hit Lonely. Her first solo single How We Livin, a duet with Mazaya, was a top 30 hit and stayed in the charts for a full 16 weeks.
2002 : she did vocals on Neo Cortex's hit single Elements, Aquarius My Girl (La Da Di Da Da....) and DJs @ Work Time 2 Wonder. She probably also did vocals for Laava - Wherever You Are (I Feel Love)
2003 : she was featured on Phantom Black's single My Love and on Nalin & Kane vs Denis the Menace Cruising. She co-wrote Vanessa S.' single Shining and the girls band No Angels' Angel Of Mine. She was also said to have done vocals on Neo Cortex's 3 following singles : Don't you, Storm of Light, I Want You .
Since the song So Many Times by Gadjo feat. Alexandra Prince became a massive international club hit in 2005, Alexandra earned a place as an established, well-respected and well-loved House-Diva. The song which she not only sung but also wrote, reached #1 in the Worldwide Dance Charts, and #22 in the official UK single charts. A really important moment for the artist was undoubtedly her outstanding performance at the House Music Awards in the UK, at which So Many Times was nominated as Best Song.
2006 : she cooperated with the Swedish DJs Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso on the project Fireflies & Alexandra Prince I Can't Get Enough. She also took part to the project Locktown for the single Alive.
2007 : Alexandra was working together with major house music producers from around the world in the making of her debut album. She has so far being recording with Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso, Syke'n Sugarstarr, Till West & DJ Delicious. Alexandra also wrote songs for Oliver Moldan, DJ Moguai and the label Deep Dish. The single Rising High was released in June.
2008 : in March, she wrote Hi'n'Bye for Till West & Eddie Thoneick.
2014 : she worked with Bellini on their single Samba du Brazil, providing background vocals
2015 : Alexandra visited Brooklyn Bounce's single We Got That Sound
2016 : Alexandra Prince did vocals on Ben Delay - The Boy Is Mine, on Mark Lower - Always On My Mind and on Aleksey - Sunrise. She teamed with Cat Deejane to release single Think About You.
2017 : Alexandra was featured on Jay Frog' singles Keep On Searching and Just Be Good To Me, and on Chris Montana & Vinylsurfer - Can't Get Enough.
Thanks to Tavi Meran
Artists and groups featuring Prince (Alexandra)
4 Elements - I Want You To Hold Me (2007)
Abrokwa Nana - Be All You Can Be (2000), Dreams (1998), He's Comin' (1997), Lonely (1997)
Aleksey - Sunrise (2016)
Aquarius (2) - My Girl (La Da Di Da Da....) (2002)
Ben Delay - The Boy Is Mine (2016)
Brooklyn Bounce - We Got That Sound (2015)
Camilo Franco - World Hold On (2017)
Chic Flowerz - Treat Me Right (2010)
Chris Montana and Vinylsurfer - Can't Get Enough (2017)
Cottura Toni - My Life (1998)
DJ Jeroenski & Jorn - Set Me Free (2011)
DJ Jesus Luz - Dangerous (2010)
DONS - How Will I Know (2018)
Fireflies - I Can't Get Enough (2006)
Funkstar De Luxe - Higher State (2009)
Gadjo - So Many Times (2003)
Giulia Siegel - Dance! (2007)
Jay Frog & Jerome Robins - Just Be Good To Me (2017)
Jay Frog and Patrick Hofmann - Keep On Searching (2017)
Juan Diaz & David Tort - Chuva Quente (2016)
Juan Diaz - I Can Feel It (2013)
Juan Díaz & Peter Brown - Hotel Room (2017)
Locktown - Alive (2006)
Madelyne - Beautiful Child (2002)
Mark Lower - Always On My Mind (2016)
Nalin & Kane vs Denis The Menace - Cruising (2003)
Natsuyo - Rise Over (2009)
Neo Cortex - Elements (2002)
Plastik Funk - Damaged Heart (2017), Show Me What You Got (2008)
Richard Grey & Nari & Milani - Mas Que Nada (2012)
Ritmo Ritmo - Matador (1996)
Syke 'N' Sugarstarr - Are You (Watching Me Watching You) (2006), Watching You
Till West & Eddie Thoneick - Hi 'N' Bye (2008)
UBF - Bible In My Hand (1997), Shepherd In The Storm (1998)
Mr Easy (2014)
Glücksmomente (20th May 2016)
Easy Breezy (5th Mar 2013)
When I Think of You (28th Feb 2014)
Beep Me (30th Aug 2014)
Glücksmoment (7th May 2016)
Prince Damien Ritzinger was born on December 12th 1990 in Johannesburg, South Africa. In 1991, his family moved back to Munich, Germany, where he grew up. He discovered soon his passion for music and dancing. After his Abitur in 2011, he did studies in the Deutsche-Pop Academie in Munich to learn about music production and sound technic, and completed his studies in 2013. Then he started a carreer of freelance singer, songwriter and producer, and took hip-hop and streetjazz lessons in various dance schools. Since 2012, he's been a succesful pop singer, not only his homeland Germany but also abroad. His music is a combination of pop rhythms reminding of the 90s, a little bit of beach and feel-good music, as well as "plastic poppin" beats. He performed on stage along with his guitarist Edi Wagner, singing his own songs as well as covers.
In 2013, he released his first single Easy Breezy. It was followed by When I Think of You in February 2014, then Beep Me in August of the same year. A mini-album entitled Mr Easy was also released
In 2014, he became Pharao's new rapper.
2016 : he took part as candidate to real-TV casting show Deutschland Sucht den Superstar and won the finale. His single Glücksmoment, written and composed by Dieter Bohlen, was shortly followed by a new album entitled Glücksmomente
Artists and groups featuring Prince Damien
Zend Davis - Call Me Now (2013)
Joe Paquette alias Prince Ital Joe was born in the Commonwealth of Dominica on the 5th of May in 1963. From 1988 to 1990 he worked as a concert promotor in the Carribean for acts like Ziggy Marley. He has also worked for over ten years performing at private Hollywood parties and clubs.
In 1993 he teamed with Mark Wahlberg, Frank Peterson and the producer from U96 Alex Christensen. The project Prince Ital Joe feat. Marky Mark was born. Together they released several hits (usually followed by a remixes CD) between the years 1993 to 1995. They released their last single in the autumn of 1995, and finished their 2 year project with a world tour.
Joe Paquette returned to his main job in Los Angeles. He signed on Suge Knight and Dr. Dre's Death Row Records label, appearing on Tha Dogg Pound's Dogg Food, 2pac's The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory and Daz Dillinger's Retaliation, Revenge & Get Back
Unfortunatly he died in a car accident in May 2001 in Phoenix.
Thanks to Vision and Martin Ström
Artists and groups featuring Prince Ital Joe
Prince Ital Joe feat Marky Mark - Babylon (1995), Happy People (1993), Life in The Streets (1994), Rastaman Vibrations (1995), United (1994)
Life In The Streets (15th Oct 1994)
1.Life in the streets, 2.United, 3.Rastaman vibration, 4.Happy people, 5.To be important, 6.In love, 7.Babylon, 8.Love of a mother, 9.Into the light, 10.In the 90's, 11.Prankster, 12.Life in the streets,
The Remix Album (25th Aug 1995)
1.United (Damage Control mix), 2.Rastaman Vibrations (La Bouche mix), 3.Happy People (Bass Bumpers mix), 4.Babylon (Fun Factory mix), 5.Life in the Streets (G-String mix), 6.Babylon (Loop! mix), 7.United (The World's Address mix), 8.Happy People (Damage Control mix), 9.Rastaman Vibrations (House Groove mix), 10.Life In the Streets (AbbeyRoad mix), 11.No Mercy,
Can't Stop We (1993)
Happy People (29th Oct 1993)
Life in The Streets (29th Jul 1994)
United (28th Oct 1994)
Babylon (3rd Feb 1995)
Rastaman Vibrations (25th Aug 1995)
Happy People (1993)
Life in The Streets (1994)
In 1993 Mark Wahlberg and Joe Paquette alias Prince Ital Joe teamed up with Frank Peterson and the producer from U96 Alex Christensen. The project Prince Ital Joe feat. Marky Mark was born. Together they released several hits (usually followed by a remixes CD) between the years 1993 to 1995. Their music had many influences from other musicstyles such as reagge and hiphop. They released their last single in the autmn of 1995, and finished their 2 year project with a world tour.
Nowdays Mark Wahlberg has worked his way up in Hollywood. Joe Paquette returned to his main job in Los Angeles. Unfortunatly he died in a car accident in May 2001.
2009 : Mark'Oh released a cover of their hit single United.
Thanks to Vision
In My Life (1994)
Members : Prince Max Who, A.Crescini, D. Domenella, G.Ceccati.
The single was written by Gianni Emmer & Stefano Rotelli, produced by Action Estudio and released under IRMA / Terminal.
Thanks to Leonardo Marmolejo to reBeL
Artists and groups featuring Prince Max Who
Prince Max Who - In My Life (1994)
My Love Has Gone (1995)
Track My Love Has Gone was included on the compilation Techno Valencia 5. Label: Contraseña Records.
Thanks to Ulysses
All I Want ()
1.All I Want, 2.Alone, 3.Anything, 4.I Want You To Want Me, 5.Love Is A Stranger, 6.Lonely, 7.I Wish I Could Stay, 8.What Did You Say?, 9.Anytime You Need Me, 10.What's Going On?, 11.Whatever Makes Your Love Grow, 12.Sino Estas Aqui,
1.Ensalza tu Amor, 2.Rojo y Llanto, 3.Tú estás Loco, 4.Mar y Sol, 5.Si no te decides, 6.Que te quiero, 7.Baila para mí, 8.Estuvo bien, 9.Dos Almas y un Destino, 10.Pasión, 11.Vende tu Alma, 12.Demasiado Tarde,
Calling You (25th Oct 1996)
1.Calling You (A Message From Love City), 2.Anyone But You, 3.Try To Say I'm Sorry, 4.Like A Nun, 5.Summer Of Love, 6.Seven Days A Week, 7.Baila Al Ritmo, 8.I Do What You Want Me To Do, 9.The Night, 10.He's On The Phone, 11.Do You Wanna Be Loved, 12.Again & Again, 13.Rompete, 14.Vivo, 15.Me Duelen Tus Mentiras, 16.Desnudare, 17.Duerme Junto A Mi, 18.Calor De Amor,
1.Try To Say I'm Sorry, 2.Anyone But You, 3.Calling You (A Message From Love City), 4.Like A Nun, 5.Summer Of Love, 6.Seven Days A Week, 7.Baila Al Ritmo, 8.I Do What You Want Me To Do, 9.The Night, 10.He's On The Phone, 11.Do You Wanna Be Loved, 12.Again & Again, 13.Rompete, 14.Vivo, 15.Me Duelen Tus Mentiras, 16.Desnudare, 17.Duerme Junto A Mi, 18.Calor De Amor,
I Won't Forget You (1999)
1.I Won't Forget You, 2.Grand Design, 3.I Wanna Live With You, 4.(You Just) Believe In You, 5.I Was Wrong, 6.It Just Begun, 7.The Way The Story Goes, 8.Shut Up And Kiss Me, 9.So Many People, 10.Tell Her, 11.A Better Man, 12.Once In A Lifetime, 13.Snowflakes,
Remix Collection (16th Sep 2002)
Ensalza Tu Amor (1993)
Rojo Y Llanto (1993)
Anyone But You (1996)
Calling You (A Message From Love City) (1996)
Try To Say I'm Sorry (1997)
Summer Of Love (1997)
Baila Al Ritmo (1997)
(You Just) Believe In You (1999)
I Won't Forget You (1999)
All I Want (2005)
Rojo Y Llanto (1993)
Born Mónica Capel Cruz on May 18, 1975 in Madrid, she is the third generation from a family of musicians and music has always been her passion. She first became known for her participation in "World On Ice" in Madrid and in Spain's Gran Circo Mundial. She was discovered in 1992 by producer Frank Peterson at age 16, released her 2 first singles Ensalza Tu Amor and Rojo y llanto (a huge hit in her home country). In 1993 she recorded her first album, produced by Matthias Meissner, Frank Peterson and Thomas Schwarz, all the lyrics for the album were written by Susana Espelleta. It included a cover version of Valerie Dore's The Night. After the publication,
In May 1994 she went to Mexico for three weeks of promotion, taking part there in the famous Acapulco festival. She then toured all through Spain for two months, performing at more than 40 concerts.
In May 1996 she released her first song in English Calling you (A message from love city). The song was produced with the help of Alex Christensen and used in a TV ad for SEAT. Then came the album Calling You, with collaboration of Sarah Brightman as background vocalist and co-writer on some tracks. It was released in Europe and Japan. It was followed by the release an album entitled Princessa like the first one, which was actually Calling You with new cover and inlay-design as well as minor change made to the tracklisting.
In November 1998 Princessa released the single Snowflakes which became the theme for the popular German soap opera Marienhof. Her third album I Won't Forget You was out in 1999. It was less dance-oriented.
In 2005, Princessa was back with a brand new track called All I Want. Her fourth album, also entitled, All I Want, was in production. It includes 2 tracks composed by Axel Breitung. Mónica wrote herself a thrid of the album. Apparently, it has never been released officially.
Thanks to Abelito
Floating In Love (2004)
To The Beat (2007)
Rossano Prini aka DJ Ross was born on August 13th 1973. His career began as he was only 17, when he played as resident DJ in different places of North-Italy and in collaboration with some recording studios. In 1993 he entered Discomagic label, then collaborated with label Self Distribuzione. He contributed to the eurodance projects Aeon and BUS.
Afterwards, he started working with Luca Mensi under Email Records. In 1998, he became A and R manager of Time Records, creating the sub-label SPY Records, to discover and promote talents who became the most important artists in the Italian and foreign dance scene. He created some new projects such as The Lawyer and EMagic feat. Nancy with Nick Ferrando and Stefano Marcato.
Then he started collaborating with Tristano De Bonis and Luca Mensi, creating the succesful projects Magic Box and Erika, scoring huge hits worldwide.
In 2001, he began collaborating with Paolo Sandrini and Dreamland was born, his first solo success under the name DJ Ross. Then followed Emotion, DJ Ross started touring in in Italy and in different countries of the world. He founded Spy Party to promote his other projects SMS, M@D, etc. In 2003, DJ Ross released another single entitled Smile.
2004 : Floating in Love, another chartbreaker, was released.
He remixed O-Zone's hit Dragostea din Tei. DJ Ross, Magic Box and Erika went to San Paolo in Brazil to perform live on stage of the first edition of Planet Pop Festival. Success was so big that they took part to the second edition the following year.
In the meantime, Rossano founded Label73, another Time Records sub-label, for other musical styles, releasing singles such as Squeeze Up feat. Rod Fame, Teishan You Isla Bonita and Beats & Styles Dance Dance Dance.
In 2005, DJ Ross started collaborating with Double You. The single DJ Ross vs DY Get Up was released (always in production with Paolo Sandrini). It immediately arose a big interest among the label's partners, getting licenses in different countries of the world. Then came another release with DY : Beat Goes On.
2009 : DJ Ross and Paolo Sandrini contributed to the release of Double You's Please Don't Go 2009
Artists and groups featuring Prini (Rossano)
Aeon - Show Me Baby (1995)
BUS - Maybe (1995)
Double You - Beat Goes On (2006), Change (2008), Get Up (2005)
Rhythm In My Life (1996)
Sunshine In My Life (2001)
Real name : Ike Guilliame Amaho
Thanks to Klems
Bonjour EP (2001)
1.Bonjour (Club mix + radio edit), 2.It's Like, 3.Somebody, 4.I'm Your Deejay, 5.Time Goes Bye (E donstopstop mix + Live at Loveparade),
Time To Unite (27th Feb 1995)
Do That Dance (14th Dec 1995)
Musical team : M. Aldini, B. Preudhomme, R. Adema, Allen. Label ZYX.
Time To Unite featured the voices of Petrouschka Allen and Rene Adema.
Thanks to Leonardo Marmolejo, Hickermann, David Nivin "Captain
Always On My Mind (1995)
Always On My Mind (a cover of Elvis Presley) featured a solo female vocalist called Milly O. It was mixed, arranged and mastered by JK Lloyd and Valoy, which are both aliases of DJ Giancarlo Loi.
Am Nevoie De Tine (Sep 1997)
1.Intro (Pro DJ) Power Of Music, 2.Discoteca, 3.Am Nevoie De Tine, 4.Nu Spune Nu, 5.Paradis, 6.Timisoara, 7.Take Me With You, 8.Tu Nu Stii, 9.Vreau Sa Te Caut, 10.Hymn (Pro DJ),
G From Giani (Jul 1998)
1.Intro, 2.Am Revenit, 3.Sirena Cu Picioare, 4.Fii Liber, 5.Dance Floor, 6.Nu Exista Prieteni, 7.Te Voi Visa, 8.Fa-o Cu Mine, 9.Ce Sa Fac, 10.Lacrimi Pe Bega, 11.O Noapte Cu Tine, 12.Let's Party Tonight, 13.Trebuie Să Plec,
Numai pentru voi (Dec 1998)
1.Numai pentru voi, 2.Credinta (bonus B.I.G.), 3.Nu te compari, 4.Nu te pot uita, 5.O lume mai buna, 6.Poti sa simti, 7.Puterea dragostea, 8.Suntem adevarati, 9.Stai cu mine, 10.S-o facem, 11.Vino aici,
4 Ever (Oct 1999)
1.Alerg dupa tine, 2.La examen, 3.Te rog, nu spune nu, 4.Lacrimi pe Bega '99, 5.La examen (negativ), 6.Nu exista prieteni '99, 7.Nu ma meriti, 8.Muritor de rand, 9.Am gresit, 10.Ador pustoaicele,
Best Of (Dec 2001)
1.O noapte cu tine, 2.Am revenit, 3.Nu spune nu, 4.Paradis, 5.Nu exista prieteni, 6.Poti sa simti, 7.Lacrimi pe Bega, 8.Timisoara, 9.Nu te compari, 10.Alerg dupa tine, 11.Am gresit, 12.Nu ma meriti, 13.Nu te pot uita, 14.S-o facem,
Pentru Mileniul 3 (12th Jul 2003)
1.Pentru mileniul trei (featuring B.I.G.), 2.Viata, 3.Singur, 4.Muritor de rand (featuring B.I.G.), 5.Timisoara 2003 la fel (featuring B.I.G.), 6.S-o facem la mare, 7.O noapte pe plaja, 8.Te doresc, 9.Vino iar la mine, 10.Niciodata, 11.Vreau la mare,
Pro DJ project was founded by Giani Simulescu in September 1996 in his home-city Timișoara (Romania). They did their debuts in 1997. Performers were Giani himself, along with his sister Andreea. Giani was born September 26th and wrote his first words as he was only 4. He studied in Liceul de Filologie-Istorie din Timisoara (currently known as Colegiu Banatean). His idols were Martina Hingis, Ana Kournikova, Shakira and Britney Spears. He followed studies to become a male nurse. Andreea started singing as she was still in kindergarten. She also studied modern dance ans did some modelling. She was elected Miss Vest in 1999. She admires Brat Pitt, Adi Mutu and Tiziano Ferro.
They are considered as Romania's oldest eurodance group, performing in more than 400 concerts. They were also the first Romanian group to have 2 songs in top 100 (Pop Corn, August 1998).
First album Am Nevoie De Tine was released end of 1997 under label HOBBY Music. At that time, Andreea and Giani were total beginners, and they had little resources. Song Timisoara was a hit and was awarded song of the year.
Second album G From Giani was released the following year under Studio BC, along with the project's first tour on seaside. A new member, a hip hop artist called B.I.G., joined the group. Album sold even more copies than the previous one. It's is Pro DJ's only album to include songs in English. Among the songs, Lacrimi pe Bega was a tribute to insurrection in Timișoara. A song which is not on the album, In visele mele, was released on compilation 100%Timisoara in September 1998. Pro DJ collaborated with Timisoara's soccer team and composed a few songs for them.
Next album Numai pentru voi, released in December 1998, was a change of style : they tried freestyle, jungle and house. It was also a change of look, especially hair color : Giani was blond and Andreea became a brunette. The most succesful song of the album was S-o facem, beating every popularity records.
4th album was entitled 4 Ever and it was out in 1999. The same year, Giani had founded his label Giani Production, and this album was the first to be released under this label. Pro DJ were awarded "best western dance group" in Arad.
In 2001, a best of was released, first as a digital package sold over the internet, then as CD ans cassette.
2003 : Giani graduated as a chemist engineer. Album Pentru Mileniul 3 was released and launched during a special showcase in Discoland (Timisoara). A videoclip was planned for shot for song Singur in 2004, as well as a tour in Germany.
With Giani Production, Giani Simulescu also manages other artists, discovers new talents and organises concerts.
Thanks to Gianni
Australian label Pro DJ International was based in Burwood. Some eurodance artists releases such as DJ Bobo, Look Twice and Clock were licensed under Pro DJ International. It also produced a vinyl-only DJ remix service in the early 90's that had at least 18 issues, with later issues being double or triple sets. Sublabel: Ultra Violet Recordings
Weird Life (1994)
Label : Jive. Weird Life was produced by Lee Royle and Mark Stagg.
Thanks to EurodanceRage
Senza Tregua (1992)
Shake Your Love (1993)
Love Is Everything (1995)
Turn It Up (1996)
Radio Show (1998)
Italian DJ, singer and radio presenter Fernando Proce was born December 18th 1965 or 1966 in Racale or in Lecce, Italy, according to biographies. As he was only 10, he competed in some song festivals, before entering a children program on a local radio station. He continued his radio carreer in 1991 on radion station RTL 102.5, where he worked till 2000. He became famous with this phrase "E adesso PROCEdiamo...".
Shake Your Love was recorded at Gianburrasca Studio and produced by Maurizio Pavesi. Then came Jump in 1994.
The single Turn It Up was arranged by D. Antonelli, G. Mangione and P. Gallione, mixed by R. Turatti, L. Vio and F. Proce. In 1998, he released Radio Show with Solieri.
F. Proce also contributed to the songwriting of Gabriella's single Forever Love Forever.
2000 : he left RTL 102.5 to enter Radio 105.
Thanks to BroderTuck
1.Intro, 2.Klimaty (Boom Shaka Laka), 3.Pigula, 4.Tylko Ty, 5.Sloneczna Korona, 6.Raus Panzerfaust, 7.Pro '96, 8.Zapomnij, 9.Panie Kapitanie, 10.Sexy Boy, 11.Prezenterka, 12.Luv Story (Historia),
Project '96, a Polish duet made of a vocalist and a rapper, released an album entitled Klimaty, containing many excellent eurodance tracks. Among them Zapomnij, Sloneczna Korona or Rais Pancerfaust, this one probably inspired from Mo-do's Eins Zwei Polizei and featuring an amazing and powerful melody.
The song Klimaty was used in the soundtrack on the movie "Kochaj I Rób co Chcesz".
Thanks to Gianni
Free To Dance (2004)
Free To Dance was written and produced by Eddy Mattei, mixed by Gianluca Pini. Vocals were done by Samantha. Label: Limite Records. It was licensed in Spain under Bit Music.
Thanks to Gianni
Time after Time (1993)
Forever Free (1993)
I Give You All My Love (14th Oct 1994)
Project P's first single was called Time after Time, released in 1993 under Shift Music, featuring the voice of Sabina. The maxi contained 4 tracks : Single Version, Extended Version, Freestyle Version and the instrumental bonustrack called Dance-O-Mania "You".
Forever Free, the second single, also featured Sabina. It was written by P. Ballweg and V. Lindner.
I Give You All My Love was produced and arranged by Peter Bernhard Ballweg. The vocals were done by Christina (Tina Safrany) and the Infinit One (aka Mark Harris, who also did raps on Masterjam and Megatronic's Into The Fire, among other eurodance projects).
Thanks to Necronomic, BroderTuck and Vision
The More You Live, The More You Love (1995)
The Promise (1995)
Promise is a project of Miguel Degá and Ricardo Campoy with the English vocalist Julia Claire Dascombe. Label : Max Music.
Their debut single was The More You Live, The More You Love, released in 1995. Then came The Promise.
In 1996, the next single Running was out. It included a B-side called Society, written by I. Ten , Toni Ten and Xasqui Ten (famous for their project Speed Limit). Their last known single was called Think. In 1996 too, The More You Live, The More You Love was licensed under Sony.
Julia Claire also contributed to Speed Limit's Don't Give me Up.
2008 : Now as a qualified yoga teacher and reiki Master, Julia has recorded several CDs for yoga, meditacion and healing. Under SiriSat, she has created "Celestial Dance" a new form of dance therapy, with the mantras of her new album Celestial.
Thanks to Eurodance Rage
Proove (his real name is Humphrey J. Proeve) is a rapper and human beatbox who imitates perfectly the Captain Hollywood rap style. He started with photography and music as he was only 8 years old. He performed with Afrika Bombaata and LL Cool J.
He is also a producer, composer and songwriter (for instance, for Dynatec, Censor, Class-X...). He also contributed to Fast Forward One More Time under the pseudonym Dante.
Nowadays, he works as a professional photographer. He worked for famous brands such as Sony and RTL Holland, and for many magazines including Cosmopolitan Holland and FHM Holland.
Thanks to Necronomic and Ketty Nielsen.
Artists and groups featuring Proove
4 Aces - Clap Your Hand
4 Explore - Shake It (1994)
7th Heaven - Tonight's The Night (1994)
Censor - Dance (Till Ya Dance No More) (1994)
Class-X - We Can Find A Way
Dynatec - Free Your Mind (1995), Get Up (Keep The Fires Burning) (1994)
FLO - Stay With Me (1995)
Fast Forward - One More Time (1995)
United Dreams - You're The One (1996)
Universe - Everybody Is A Star
I Keep Calling You (3rd Apr 1994)
The Fire (1996)
Prophecy is a project of Italian Style Productions. The single I Keep Calling You was released as vinyl in 1995. It was written and composed by G. Trivellato and G. Sacchetto.
Thanks to Steve
It's Gonna Be The Night (12th Jun 1995)
The project Prophet is produced by Alexander Hawking (well-known for his contribution to Pharao) and Sven The "Bass". The music was composed by Prophet himself with Alexander Hawking & Professor. The lyrics were written once again by Prophet and Alexander Hawking. The single was engineered by Steff Hummel and released under edition: "Planet Thump" / BMG UFA / Hawking Copyright Control. The rapper/singer is said to have been the male voice of Mr President 's Up' N Away.
Thanks to Jøsse and MelodyMan
Artists and groups featuring Prophet
Mr President - M.M. (1993), Up'n Away (1994)
You Feel Emotions (1995)
You Feel Emotions was recorded, mixed ans produced by Alessandro Gioia and P. Zollo.
Label of Paganini, OB3, Co-Ro, Lies In A Box and GEM, based in Milano. The label was divided into Propio(PR) and Propio international (PRI)
1.Providance (Intro), 2.Sigue Asi, 3.Hay Que Olvidar, 4.No Es Amor, 5.Juntos Para Siempre, 6.Te Echo De Menos, 7.Decidi, 8.Sufrir, 9.Tenerte Y Quererte, 10.Siempre A Tu Lado, 11.Se Que Perdi,
Hay Que Olvidar ()
Siempre A Tu Lado ()
Dentro De Mi ()
Sigue Así (1996)
Label: Max Music. Providence was created in 1996 in San Fernando, Cadiz (Spain). The band featured 5 members : Carlos, Jesús (aka G-sus), Sevando, Marty and Kiko. They took Spain by storm with they athletic choreographies, and were very succesful in Mexico too, where they reached position #1.
Their only album, self-titled Providence, included a version of the Rick Astley's song Together Forever, translated in Juntos Para Siempre. It was produced by Ilde Irún , José María Castells, José Puentes, Quique Tejada and Toni Peret.
2007: After almost 10 years, 2 of the members of the band, Marty and Jesús, decided to re-create Providence.
Thanks to Abelito
I Need Your Love (1994)
Feel It DJ (1995)
We Stay Together (1996)
Behind this project stands the producer Kurt Gautschi and the rapper and songwriter Vasi Vallis (aka V.A.C.). The first single I Need Your Love was released in 1994, it was mixed by Leos Gerteis. Then came Feel It DJ, with the female vocalist Real Em Fly, recorded by F. Antoniali and mixed by Etienne Bron. The last single to be released was We Stay Together, with the voice of Muriel.
2005 : with Felix Marc, Vasi Vallis is now a member of electronic project Frozen Plasma.
2015 : Vasi's project Frozen Plasma released their third album Dekadenz.
Thanks to WebDJs
U Gotta Get Down (1996)
No Playa's Allowed (1998)
His real name is Armand Corneille. Pryme (aka Prhyme) was rapper for the eurodance projects Sonic Surfers, E-motion. Previously, he was member of the project King Bee, together with Allstar Fresh (aka Guan Elmzoon, who also contributed to Cappella) and BC Boy (Must Bee The Music, Back By Dope Demand and Party People In The House in 1990)
He also released 2 solo singles : U Gotta Get Down and Time. He appeared on DJ BoozyWoozy (member of the Klubbheads) single Jumpin' Around in May 2002 (it was a remix of House of Pain - Jump Around).
Thanks to D-man '94
Artists and groups featuring Pryme
DJ BoozyWoozy - Jumpin' Around (2002)
E-Motion - So In Love With You (1995)
King Bee - Must Bee The Music (1990)
Sander Van Doorn - By Any Demand (2007)
Sonic Surfers - Beat Of Zen (1991), Don't Give It Up (1994), Having A Great Time (1991), Never Let U Down (1995), Shine On (1993), Take Me Up (1992), Tell Me / Making Waves (1994)
Morning Fantasy (1995)
Saving You (10th Mar 1995)
The singles were released under the Italian label Reflex (Manila, ADAM, TH Express), produced by Antonio Batoccetti (aka Rexanthony) and Stefano Ghilardi.
Morning Fantasy was also produced by Musik Research (Antonio Bartoccetti and Mario Pinosa from Cocorico' disco in Riccione Italy). It featured vocalist and dancer Natasha Dee.
Thanks to reBeL and Dj Marto Aida
Fall In Love (1995)
Fall In Love was written by Marco Martina, Maurizio Tomaselli and Roberto Sansone, produced and arranged by Roberto Sansone, recorded at Synthesis Studio Grey. Executive producer was Franco Diaferia. It was released under Virgo Records/Sintetico Music in Italy, licensed under Contraseña Records in Spain.
Put Your Mind (1995)
Vinyl was probably only released as promo. It was composed and written by Landi, Santoccito, Gallero and Ferrero.
I Don't Need Anymore (1994)
Psychotron was founded by Gianlorenzo Tubelli and Marco Franciosa. I Don't Need Anymore was released under Reflex Records.
Thanks to Gianni
Tell Me Why (1995)
Move Your Body (1995)
Label: J.K.R. Records. The single was produced by Paolo Colombo and mixed by Bruno Le Kard, who was also executive producer.
Thanks to Yane the Greek
I Wanna Feel The Music (1993)
River (Run Dry) (4th Nov 1993)
River II (15th Apr 1994)
River LP (10th Jul 1994)
I Wanna Feel The Music (Vocal Remixes) (1993)
The first single of the project was entitled I Wanna Feel The Music. A vocal remixes CD was released the same year. It was written, produced, recorded and played by Torsten Fenslau and Peter Zweier, published by Edition Get Into Magic' Warner Chappell. Lyrics were done by Jackie and Tina Harris. Remix preproduction were by Doug Laurent. All tracks were remixed by Future Shock, except Junkie Mix which was remixed by Ricardo Rhythm Junkie' Andrade. The single was published under Abfahrt Records
The single River was released under Get Into Magic Publishing. It was produced, arranged and engineered by Doug Laurent. Lyrics were written by Nosie Katzmann, music was composed by Doug Laurent. The vocalist was Raquel and her voice really sounded like Kim Sanders'. A second edition containing 4 brand new remixes was released the next year. River was the last single to which Torsten Fenslau contributed.
Thanks to Nico
Let's Do It (25th Apr 1995)
Label : UKK. Let's Do It was producer, composed and arranged by M. Walter and Dirk Rades (aka J.D. Harris, who also did the male vocals)
Thanks to reBeL
Party All Night (10th Apr 2015)
1.Arrhythmic (Album Version), 2.Energy of My Heart, 3.Sunshine, 4.Move Move Move, 5.Lonely, 6.Official Lover, 7.Move It All, 8.Try My Kisses, 9.Where Is The Love, 10.Sex Desire, 11.Baby (S.g. Soun'diver Remix), 12.Dr Dream (S.g. Soun'diver Remix), 13.Energy of My Heart (S.g. Soun'diver Remix), 14.Try My Kisses (S.g. Soun'diver Remix), 15.Sex Desire (Lazybox Remix), 16.Ultimate Megamix,
Energy Of My Heart (27th Mar 2012)
Arrhythmic (22nd Aug 2013)
Move It All (20th Oct 2013)
Try My Kisses (17th Jan 2014)
Don't Break My Heart (Apr 2014)
Don't Break My Heart (remixes) (7th Nov 2014)
Official Lover (17th May 2015)
Arrhythmic (16th Sep 2013)
Eurodance project Pulse Of The Beat was founded in 2000 by Bulgarian rapper and songwriter Svetoslav Yankov aka Mr. Pulse. First release Zashto (Why) climbed to #1 on national TV show HIT 1 and was massively played on Radio Viva. After establishing his own project Floor Action, Slovac producer and composer Michal Karpac joined Pulse of the Beat. Michal has an experience in writing and publishing original eurodance tracks as well as doing remakes of famous club classics.
In late summer of 2011, the duet teamed up with German producer, composer and remixer Thomas Bleicher. Thomas is famous for producing the offical soundtrack for Renault at the BERU Top 10 racing series in 1997 with eurodance project X-Tension. In AddicRoom studios near the Lake of Constance, Thomas keeps producing various artists.
Pulse Of The Beat feature various female vocalists. They collaborated with famous Bulgarian singer Lady B. They also used vocals by Albena, Maria, Yana, Ketty, Diyana and others.
2011 : the track Move It All featuring Lady B was recorded.
2012 : they released their first official single Energy of My Heart in March under label Rebeat. Featuring raps by Mr. Pulse and vocals by Diyana, composed and written by Michal Karpac, re-arranged, re-recorded, played and produced by Thomas Bleicher at AddicRoom Studios Eriskirch, it's a real classic eurodance track.
2013 : new Pulse Of The Beat single was entitled Arrhythmic and it featured vocals by Lana. It was shortly followed by 2 new remixes, then by another brand new song : Move It All in October. This time, the vocalist was Tanya Starkova, who also contributed to the songwriting. Raps were done by FatFoont and Dagoth (who also co-wrote the song). Music was composed by D-Base. Follow-up was called Try My Kisses.
2014 : Pulse Of The Beat's debut album Party All Night is planned for end of January 2015
Thanks to Kamil
Antonio Puntillo likes to say that he "inherited his musicality": in every generation of his family there has been someone with a great musical talent. Born in 1964 in Verona - Italy, Antonio began his artistic career from an early age (14 years old). He starts playing as supporter to the performances of his uncle Tony. Antonio studiedguitar and piano since he was 8 years old but his feeling was much more oriented toward writing music than performing. The credit for the development of his creativity can be given to his mother (teacher), who leaded him to write simple melodles for her school recitals.
His most exciting experience is probably the first important production: 1989 - Blue Tatoo "Love Can Do". This single has been licensed in many countries over the world: USA, Japan, France, Germany and many others. He is attracted to new technology that allowed him to increase his potential to compose with variety of newly developed electrical sound equipment.
At the beginning of 1990 he's already involved in the producdon of Hi-Energy products licensedin Japan by leading companies such as Avex and Alfa: Toby Ash Are You Ready and and Majo & Co. Black Power.
In the middle of 1990 he meets Roby Arduini. They work on a common project. Since then, they started closely working with each other. Many companies used their creativity. The results of their fruitful professional relationship are many hits all over the world :
49ers : Move Your Feet, The Message,
Got To Be Free
Blue Tatoo : Love Can Do (1989)
Lee Marrow : Movin' (1990)
Antico : We Need Freedom' (1991)
Zappalà feat. DJ Professor : We Gotta Do It' (1991)
R.A.F. : We Gonna Get (1991) We've Got To Live Together (1992)
Club House : Light My Fire (1992)
DJ Professor : Rock Me Steady (1992)
Cappella : U Got 2 Let The Music (1993)
Bennett : Come On Back (1994)
Orange Blue : If You Wanna Be (My Only) (1994)
Antares : Ride On A Meteorite (1995)
D-Stressed : Love Me Forever (1995), Tell Me (1999)
Triple X : X Files Theme (1996)
Levy 9 : Running Up That Hill (1996)
One Nation : Your Woman (1997), Bitter Sweet Symphony (1997)
Viva : What It's Like (1995)
In 1993 Antonio and Roby began the initial preparations for an independent company and so Union Records and La Matta publishing was born. After some year and some changes Union Records and La Matta will become a part of SAIFAM Publishing Group in order to exploit to the best the own productions : pop dance oriented, through SAIFAM consolidated commercial organization.
Artists and groups featuring Puntillo
Bandido - Get Into The Groove (1998)
Blue Minds - Karma Police (1997)
Cappella - U Got 2 Let The Music (1993)
Clubhouse - I'm Falling Too (1992), Light My Fire (1993), Take Your Time (1993)
Dannii T - Green Day (1995)
Dante - What Can I Do (1998)
Dirty Mind - Everybody Let's Go (1991), The Killer (1990), What Time Is It? (1991)
Divina - Around My Heart (1999), Free 4 Love (1997), In The Night (2000), Tweedle Dee Tweedle Dum (1998)
Heartclub - Baby Forever (1999), Stay Another Day (1995)
Karin T - My Paradise (1996)
Level Eleven - Erase/Rewind (1999), Rapture (1997), Thank U (1998)
Mig29 - Love Fantasy (1993)
Mimmo Mix - All Your Love (1991)
Morena - Open Your Heart (1991)
One Nation - Bitter Sweet Symphony (1997), Queen Of New Orleans (1997), Teardrop (1998)
Pagany - Spring Rain (1996)
Plus Staples - I Feel The Friction (1992), We Got 2 Be (1993)
Red Garden - High (1998)
Robin - Bring On The Night (1998)
Sharada House Gang - It's Gonna Be Alright (1991)
T-Zone - Reach Out (1997)
Too Busy - I Feel You (1994)
Vertical Vibe - Everybody's Free (1994), What It's Like (1995)
Victory - Happy Together (1997)
Viva - I Need Your Love (1996)
Walking On Music (1995)
Lyrics were written by French composer Fabrice Philifert (aka Remy "Fab" Philly). This song was remixed in Italy by Francesco Alberti, in the studio "Casablanca Recordings". The single featured the vocalists Deborah Foletta and Lee-Munn Arvinger.
Thanks to Marian Stoica
Feel The Fire (1996)
Dance The Night Away (1997)
The project featured the Düsseldorf Rheinfire Pyromaniacs cheerleaders. Feel The Fire was written, composed and arranged by Gax Axel Gundlach and Frank Moesner, recorded by Frank Motnik and Hansjörg Wenzel. Dance The Night Away was composed by Steven Levis, written by Morrison Long and Steven Levis, produced by Kai Matthiesen, Morrison Long and Steven Levis
Italian dance label, sublabel of Flying Records.