T 1000 T 42 T rex T Seven T Walker T'NT T-Beat T-Quick T-Red T-roc T-Sign T-Spoon T-Zone T42 Taboo Taiga Tajal Take Twice Tale Taleesa Talia Talisman Talk 2 U Talk Vox Talking Beats Tama Tata Tamo Tanaka Tantallon Tasha Tasja Task Force Tatanka Tatj Tatjana Tatoo Tatou TAXI Tayio to Ciscomoon Taylor Janet Taylor Trevor Oliver TBA TC Black Team Records Tears N'Joy Techfile Techno Cop Techno Revivers Project Technocity Technotronic Tee Green Teem Woork Teena Heaven Teenagers Teknol OG Tellus Temperance Tempest Temple Linda Tempo Ten Minutes Ten Xasqui Tenax Tenessee Tennant Gillian Teo T Tequila Terrorize Terry Moog And Robofactory IV Tess Tex B Texmex Texture TF 99 TFL TFO TH Express Thami Dee That's NRG The 1 And Only The 4 The Alkemist The Angel's Fly Again The B Project The Base Lines The Beat Alls The Beat Experience The Beat Runners The Bishops The Boom Beat The Brandies The Cave Gang The Choir The Club The Company The Corporation The Cover Masters The Creatures The Crowd The Cyberfamily The Dog The Dream The Elite Club The End The Flex The Forest The Free The Great Family The Gush The Hard Concert The Highlanders The Immortals The K-Melody The KLF The Laurel and Hardy Song The League Of Love The Legend The Lovers The Master The Medicine Factory The Mins The Musketeers The Neibhorts The Olivia Project The Overlords The Piano Project The Pik The Politicians The Population The Pression The Professor The Project Of Rhythm The Raiders The Rhythm Section The Riders The Right Thing The Sensitives The Sign The Singasongs The Snatch The Sound Runners The Square Sound The Sun Company The Tatjana The Ultimate The Underdog Project The Wild Boys The Young Generation The Zambo Thelenius Peter Themen Gilbert Think 'N' Pink Think Big Think Twice THK Thomas Thomas Andrew Thomas Gene Thompson Jacki Thompson Lili Thorn Max Thornquist Annika Thornton Melanie Three Some Thunderbeat Ti Pi Cal Tielmann Nino Tiggy Tigra Timbuli Time Beat 4 Time Cut Time Machine Time Out Time Records Time Spirits Time Squad Timeshift TimeX Tina Tinka Tino Tit 4 Tat TMJP and Sheila K TMY TnI TNK TNN TNT TNT Beat TNT Party Zone TO Kool Chris TOC Tocayo Toccata ToCo International Todesco Raff Todiras Arsenie Togo Togo Tokia Tolupo Tomatoes Toni H Tonique Tony Too Busy Too Different Tool Toolex Top One Top Ten Tornado Toro Tosun Shain Total Control Total Control (2) Total Dreamer Total Error Totem Touch El Arab Touchez Touquoise Bay Toy Toy Boy Toy-Box Toys and Dolls Toys for Boys TPFF Track Sk8Ters Tracy Tracy Anne Tradance Trade Of Passion Traffic Light Trakks Trance Masters Trance Opera Trance Pose Trance X-Press Trance-Mission Trancedellic Tranceformer Trancex Trancylvania Transit Transparent Dreams Transpose Transylvania Tranx-Mission Trauma Trax Traxx Treasure 2 Treble Bass Treena Treska Trevisan Iris Trey D Triadance Tribe Tribe DC Trilithon Trime Alex Trinity Trinkaus Erik Triple M Tripodi Franco Trish Lora Trivellato Giordano Trivial Voice Tru Matic TSD TT Fresh Tubelli Gianlorenzo Tuff E Nuff Turatti Fabio Turatti Roberto Turbo B Turbo! Tusk Dana Tuti Kanta Tuttifrutti Twenty 4 Seven Twin Control Twist Two Two 4 You Two Boys Two Colours Project Two Faces Two Girls Two In One Two Powers Two Trousers Two Vision TX Productions Tzaboo
Label : Reflex Records. T 1000 was a project of Claudio Accatino and Federico Rimonti. Terminated was engineered by Luca Loi and Max Bondino, producer and written by C. Accatino and F. Rimonti. Original Sound Recording and Mixdown was done by Live Music Studio (Italy)
Free Your Mind (24th Oct 1994)
The single were composed by Steve McVine, written by John O'Flynn, produced by Steve McVine. Executive producer was John O'Flynn. Do not confuse this project with the Italian T42 .
Thanks to Magnus "EuroBoy" Svensson
Looking Over (1996)
This Italian project features a female (who could be Antonella Massaro, but this needs to be confirmed) and a male vocalist. The single Looking Over included a Sample Version, a Radio Sample Version (both mixed and arranged at Black Studio), a T. Rex extended version and a T. Rex Version (mixed and arranged by M. Carmassi). It was released in 1996 under Domino Records / Dig It Int'l.
Thanks to Alex Capilé, Marian Stoica and Superman (Marcos)
Hey Mr President (26th Feb 2001)
Passion (17th Sep 2001)
Copa Cabana (2003)
(Judith Hinkelmann aka Hildebrandt, 19)
T stands for her big love Techno music, and 7 for '70 styles (sometimes she is just called T). She worked as female vocalist for Mr President till the year 2000.
T-7 grew up with dance. Her mother was a ballerina, T really admired her and always wanted to follow her steps. At the tender age of 5, she was admitted to a very tough ballet school. At the very beginning of her career in Satellite One, her father was not approving it, but when in 1992 this group was climbing up with SAT-1 Serie The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones, he became a fan of the group and her daughter. She likes to wear clothes from that period. She gained high school diploma but at this moment she does not plan to get higher education.
In 2000 T-Seven left Mr President. She started a solo carreer, and in March 2001 released her first single called Hey Mr. President, written and produced by Thomas Anders (of Modern Talking). In August followed the secong single Passion (which had already been covered a few years later by Cardenia). According to rumors, it was not her real voice on the tracks, but the one of Karen Mueller, the studio vocalist who already sung her vocals while she was a member of Mr President. She also recorded a duet with Marvin McCay.
2003 : T-seven released a new single entitled Copa Cabana.
2004 : she turned to elektro-punk and recorded with her new band (Benny and the two Martin) new songs that she co-wrote with a team from London and co-produced in Bremen. She also took part as model to some fashion shows along with Jazzy from the group Tic Tac Toe or with Mirja Dumont.
Her favourite hobby is riding her horse Luna.
2006 : T seven was featured by the dance project Lunanova on the cover-song Let The Music Play (already covered by Strictly MOR some years ago). She also works as a DJ on radio NRJ Bremen.
No relationhip with Judith Hildebrandt, the vocalist of Hugo.
Thanks to The General and Kizoo for the latest informations
Thanks to Iván Canals Arranz, Klems, Sascha Busch, Tavi Meran and D-man '94
Artists and groups featuring T Seven
Lunanova - Let The Music Play (2006)
Marvin McCay - Ohne dich (schlaf' ich heut Nacht nicht ein) (2000)
Mr President - Show Me The Way (1996), Up'n Away (1994)
More Than I Can Tell You (1996)
More Than I Can Tell You was released under Max Music in Spain and under Game Records in Belgium. The featured vocalist was called Vivienne.
Thanks to Abelito
There Is A Time (1996)
All I Wanna Do (18th Apr 1997)
In My Dreams (1999)
I Like Chopin (Do You Remember ... ?) (1999)
T'NT (no relationship with the Dutch project TNT) is a group of male vocalists.
There Is A Time, a very nice euro track was producer by Olaf G. Jepsen and Double AA. Lyrics were writtend by Achim Oppermann, music was composed by Ralf Roder. It was released under MCA Music Entertainment GmbH
All I Wanna Do was a euro-reggae track released under Eastwest. The project maybe also stands behind the single I'm Gonna Be...
In 1996, they toured as support-act with the boys-band Backstreet Boys.
Thanks to Fun Cruiser
Love Is All Around (1994)
Label : Max Music. Project featured a solo male vocalist. Love Is All Around was a cover of a song originally released by the Troggs, and covered the same year by band Wet Wet Wet.
The single sounds a little like the early 2 Unlimited releases. It featured a rapper and a female vocalist.
Destiny was featured on compilation Super Dance Traxx Vol. 1
Tiger Style (2002)
1.Intro, 2.Cand Te Uiti In Ochii Mei (feat. Elena), 3.Nobody, 4.Sa Fii Doar A Mea (feat. Novac), 4.C1 Roll (feat X-Mann), 5.Dude (feat. Sorin), 6.Ma Voi Gandi (feat. Novac & Elena), 7.Boys Wanna (feat. K1), 8.BBT, 9.Let's Get It On (feat McNirris), 10.As Putea (...sa inghet) (feat. Sorin), 11.Cand Totul s-a Sfarsit (feat. Elena), 12.Te Port In Suflet (feat. Elena & Novac), 13.Stiu (feat. Novac), 14.Spune-mi Cine (feat. Elena), 15.Cand O Vad (feat. Novac), 16.Prayer, 17.Mama, 18.Outro,
T-roc, born in Virginia, US as Terrance Lamont Croom, is also known under the name of Tiger One. He replaced Rod D as rapper for the group Fun Factory. He took part, among others, to the hit singles Wish and Party With Fun Factory. After he left Fun factory he collaborated to a Romanian project called K1 with Radu Fornea, Daniel Alexandrescu, and Mircea "X-Mann" Presel. They released singles such as Ma Luai or Plangeam In Noapte.
In 2002 he released a solo album in Romania. Entitled Tiger Style, which contained 19 tracks. There was also a single released : Nobody. Then came during the summer the single Cand Te Uiti In Ochii Mei (No More Pain) with the Romanian singer Elena. The single is a violent critic against his former project Fun Factory.
In 2003 was released the single Vreau Sarutarea Ta as Andra vs Tiger One, produced Andra's album, and visited La Familia's Zi De Zi. He also produced Cain's album Încalcă Regulile Jocului and Delia's album Parfum De Fericire.
In 2004 he released Baby with Mihai Treistariu.
2008 : he wrote and composed God's Child vs. Bogdan Ioan - Simply Because Of You
He nowadays lives in Sankt Gallen, Switzerland and runs NoBeef Records.
Thanks to Yassine "Trey D" and Tavi Meran
Artists and groups featuring T-roc
Fun Factory - Party With Fun Factory (1998), Wish (1999)
K Booom - Nation Of Love (1995)
Have A Cigar (1998)
Hide And Seek (1998)
Have A Cigar was written by D. Gilmore and R. Waters, produced by Fabio Turatti and Mauro Farina. It was released under One Way Records in Italy, licensed under Groove Nation in Australia. Vocals were probably done by Jackie Bodimead. Then came single Hide And Seek, produced by Mauro Farina and the Factory Team, released the same year.
Fabio Turatti and Mauro Farina also contributed to a single from Austrian project The Sign.
Joy, Life And Pain (Oct 1994)
1.Where R U Now, 2.Take Me 2 The Limit, 3.See The Light, 4.Fly Away, 5.Mercedes Benz, 6.No Time 2 Waste, 7.Where R U Now (Club Mix), 8.Louise, 9.Take Me 2 The Limit (Club Mix), 10.Open Up 2 U, 11.Say No More, 12.TheMega Mix (DJ Version),
Joy, Life And Pain - The Remixes (1995)
Lexicon Of Melody (1996)
1.Fly Away, 2.A Part Of My Life, 3.Rain In June, 4.Someone Loves YouHoney, 5.Smiling, 6.Higher Higher, 7.Nine Years From Home, 8.Down WithSaskia ft, 9.Hello Kitty!, 10.Rockstar, 11.It's About Time, 12.Your Way, 13.A Part Of My Life (Red Monster 12" Vynil), 14.Smiling (HurricaneRadio Mix),
The Hit Collection (1997)
1.Sex On The Beach, 2.Mercedes Benz, 3.See The Light, 4.No Time 2 Waste '97 (Axel's Remix), 5.Your Way '97 (Dorian's Remix), 6.Say No More, 7.Take Me 2 The Limit, 8.Hello Kitty!, 9.Where R U Now, 10.A Part Of My Life, 11.Smiling, 12.Rain In June (Original Mix), 13.Fly Away (Fantasy Club Mix), 14.Rockstar, 15.Someone Loves You Honey '97 (Hot Summer Remix), 16.No Time2 Waste, 17.Message Of Love (One Look At You), 18.Tom's Party (Japaneseversion only),
1.Sex On The Beach, 2.Got 2 Get U Back, 3.In Loving Memory, 4.Tom's Party, 5.Come And Get My Love, 6.Make It Funky, 7.I Want To Be Your Man, 8.One In A Million, 9.Summer Love, 10.I'll Be Missing You, 11.Boom Boom, 12.Delicious,
T-Spoon (Apr 1999)
1.Got 2 Get U Back, 2.Go!, 3.Boom Boom, 4.Come And Get My Love, 5.Delicious, 6.In Loving Memory, 7.I Want To Be Your Man, 8.One In A Million, 9.If ICould Turn Back Time, 10.Summer Love, 11.I'll Be Missing You, 12.Heaven In My Hand, 13.Make It Funky,
Back 2 The Wonderful 90's (28th Jun 2016)
1.Summertime (Radio Mix), 2.Shanghai (Radio Mix), 3.One Night (Radio Mix), 4.The Cowboy Song (Radio Mix), 5.Pussycat Lollidoll (Radio Mix), 6.Booze & Coco (Radio Mix), 7.Big Booty Bitches (Radio Mix),
No Time 2 Waste (4th Nov 1993)
Take Me 2 The Limit (24th Jun 1994)
Where R U Now (Oct 1994)
Mercedes Benz (25th Jan 1995)
See The Light (Apr 1995)
A Part Of My Life (Oct 1995)
Rockstar (Apr 1996)
Someone Loves You Honey (Jun 1996)
Keep On Smiling (Sep 1996)
Fly Away (Feb 1997)
Sex On The Beach (30th Jun 1997)
Message Of Love (Oct 1997)
Merry Christmas (Dec 1997)
Tom's Party (Apr 1998)
Got 2 Get U Back (Mar 1999)
Summer Love (Aug 1999)
I Want To Be Your Man (Oct 1999)
Delicious (Oct 1999)
Delicious/F.O.O.T.B.A.L.L. (May 2000)
Sexy Lady (Apr 2001)
Alive & Kicking (2002)
No Time 2 Waste 2k3 / Alive & Kicking (2003)
Sex on the Beach 2004 (2004)
No Time 2 Waste 2009 (1st Oct 2009)
Krush! (3rd Nov 2009)
The Beat Goes (21st Jan 2010)
The Final Countdown 2010 (25th Feb 2010)
Bouncing In New York (22nd Mar 2010)
Sweet Child O Mine (22nd Apr 2010)
Big Booty Bitches (20th May 2010)
Club On Fire (3rd Nov 2010)
Dubhop Shawty (6th Jun 2012)
Sex On The Beach 2013 (22nd Apr 2013)
Ticket To The Tropics (25th Jul 2013)
Summerlove (15th Aug 2013)
Sex On The Beach 2016 (30th May 2016)
Sex in the Snow (13th Jan 2017)
I Want To Be Your Man (15th May 2017)
No Time 2 Waste (1993)
It all started out in 1993 with their first single No Time 2 Waste, which wasted no time in cracking the top 10 in Europe (single Spank, released in 1991 under the same project name, is probably from a different project).
During the following years they scored a string of hits, which brought them success in countries like the UK, Australia, Canada, Israel, Ireland, Scandinavia, South-America and of course their homecountry, Holland. Songs like A Part Of My Life, Where R U Now, Take Me 2 The Limit and of course Sex On The Beach kept people moving all over the world. Releasing 4 full album CDs, incl. a remix CD and a hitsingle collection, they proved to be one of the most versatile dance acts to have ever existed. They produced some powerful eurodance tracks, but also groovy R&B songs, upbeat happy hardcore tunes and even euroreggae and eurodisco tracks.
Behind T-Spoon stands Prince Peration (Dutch Remy de Groot), the founder and one of the driving forces behind T-Spoon. The co-producers were Dominic Sas and Serge Ramaekers (famous for their projects Confetti's and Cartouche). On stage T-Spoon consisted of 4 people : a female vocalist (Ingrid Simons, Jean Shy, Blonde, then Linda Estelle) and a male rapper (Shamrock, replaced in 1998 by Greg Dillard, then in 2001 by King Lover), and the two dancers Regilio and Anatevka
Legend says that Shamrock said while stirring a cup of tea "I'd rather have a gold record than a gold tea spoon any day". "That's it" exclaimed Prince Peration, "That's the name", and so the name T-Spoon was born. More recently, Remy de Groot, explained that the name actually came from a western TV show in which the sheriff was called Teaspoon.
1993 : the first ever T-Spoon single No Time 2 Waste featured the vocals of one of Holland's most sought after session singers : Ingrid Simons aka BB Queen (named after Blues-legend B.B.King). Ingrid was described as a powerful singer with a magnetic stage presence. Her voice may be found not only in the clubs on CD and radio, but also behind many of the Disney films. BB Queen had 2 hits in central Europe. Blueshouse and Soul Train in the early 90s .This was T-Spoon's first top 10 hit.
1994 : T-Spoon's 2nd was released : Take Me 2 The Limit was once again a top 10 hit. Then Ingrid Simons left the group to do vocals on Eton Crop's singles Don't You Understand and Everybody.
The album Joy, Life And Pain was released in October, along with the third single Where R U Now.
Where R U Now featured the vocals of Jean Shy, an American singer raised on gospel, blues and rock. She has had many single releases including the US top 10 hit Night Dancer. This track went top 10 in the Netherlands in no time! Because she was touring Europe with her band the Shy Guys she became the perfect candidate for T-Spoon.
1995 : Jean Shy also contributed to the follow-up Mercedes Benz (a cover of Janis Joplin song originally recorded in 1970), which also reached a top 10 spot. The single also included the superb backing vocal of Blonde.
Blonde (aka Mich van Hautem) was the name of this stunning singer with the long 'blonde' hair. She had previously performed with artists such as Blue Hot, Little Sister and Klootper W. Blonde also did backing vocals on B.B. Jerome & The Bang Gang - You Can Rock It (to which Dominic Sas contributed as a songwriter) She had also been the voice behind a couple of movie sound tracks such as Crazy Love and For Love And Money. Apart from her performance on Mercedes Benz, she 'opened up' completely in the sensual track Open Up 2 U.
The follow-up single was See The Light. Apart from Shamrock and Linda Estelle, it featured the guest raps of Johnny Kelvin (who released 3 solo singles, among them the eurodance song Satisfaction Guaranteed, and also did backing vocals for CB Milton's If You Leave Me Now along with Ingrid Simons).
Joy, Life & Pain also included the track Fly Away, (which would be re-recorded and released as a single much later). It featured vocals by Sofie Dijkmans, a young Belgian girl for whom it was a debut performance. Sofie also had her own pop-rock band.
In 1997 they released one of the biggest summer hits of the '90's with their euro-reggae anthem Sex On The Beach. In the year of release it went top3 in the Netherlands and top 10 in Belgium... but the big internationalsuccess came in 1998, when Sex On The Beach was released in Ireland and the UK. It entered the UK Top 40 at number 2 and stayed in the top10 for more than a month, which is something uncommon in the British charts. Humphrey Mijland a.k.a. King Lover was a guest vocalist on Sex On The Beach and he could also be heard on the follow-up Message Of Love. Before teaming up with T-Spoon, he worked with the 2 Brothers on projects like Skibby and Definition Of Joy.
1999 saw the continuing success of Sex On The Beach, when it went to the #1 position in Japan and the Fiji Islands and entered the top 10 in Australia and New Zealand ! Due to censorship, it had to be renamed as Fun On The Beach in some countries. 1999 also saw the UK release of Tom's Party, which also entered the UK Top 40. They became the second Dutch dance act ever (after 2 Unlimited) to score two Top 40 hits in a row.
Spring 1999 saw the first pre-release of the forthcoming album T-Spoon in the form of the smashing Got 2 Get U Back. The new album was completely produced by Remy de Groot and Axel Breitung. In June the second pre-release was taken of the album : Summer Love .This track reached a top 15 placement in Holland.
A huge megadeal with Sony Music/550 Music in the US and Sony Music/Epic Records in Canada saw the release of Sex On The Beach throughout North-America in August. The album, which comes in the US and in the Dutch version, was released at the end of August in the US and in September in Holland. The big difference between the two versions was the absence of Sex On The Beach and Tom's Party on the Dutch version because Sex On The Beach was already featured on the Hit Collection album. Both these tracks were new to countries other than the Netherlands, so they were added on the other version. The Dutch version did however contain three tracks which were not on the US version: Go!, If I Could Turn Back Time and the dancefloor stormer Heaven In My Hand.
October 1999 also saw the release of the new Dutch single I Want To Be Your Man. At the same time Delicious was released in Belgium.
In 2000 Greg left the band. During the Summer, the T-Spoon crew had a lawsuit against him and kicked him out of the group : he was accused of not keeping his appointments. Greg got to court and won the case but the Judge said that he couldn't force the crew to take him back. Ingrid Simons took part to the Phonical Mass! single called Carry On.
Summer 2001 : The new single from T-Spoon was called Sexy Lady. It featured the rapper King Lover who also did previously the ragga raps on Sex On The Beach and Message Of Love. It included a B-side entiled Rivers Of Babylon.
2002 : a promo single entitled Alive & Kicking was released under white label. At the end of this year a major promotion campaign started from one of Holland's biggest internet providers, Zon. They used T-Spoon's first song No Time 2 Waste as the backingtrack, and people started requesting the track again.
Summer 2003 : Linda left the project. No Time 2 Waste 2003 was released in collaboration with the project Supreme Dream Team.
2004 : in June, the single Sex On The Beach 2004 was released. Shamrock was back with the group, and they introduced a new member : Marlène Berger. Drinks called Sex On The Beach was released at the same time : energy drinks in 2 flavors : citrus and original, and 2 vodkas.
In July, they performed on the TV show "Het Swing Paleis" in Belgium and at Six Flags in Holland. In August, they did a performance in Berlikum in the Netherlands, introducing their new dancers Leandro and N-joy. Then, they went to Poland to record a TV show.
2005 : according to rumors, Remy de Groot and Serge Ramaekers were said to be working on a new single.
2007 : Jean Shy released a single called Mr. Music Maker from her current CD album The Other Side of Blue.
2008 : Shamrock and Linda Estelle toured with their "T-Spoon Reloaded show". in March, they performed at Ekonomika Rewind Leuven (Belgium). in December, it was announced that Linda Estelle and Shamrock were back in studio, and that they would record some new songs together to be released the following year
2009 : in February, they announced that they were busy recording and remixing some of their old hits, and that they had started writing new songs and were are looking for collaborations throughout the world.
In June, they appeared at Q Music's Foute Party in Den Bosch. Then they took part to a commercial for Johma salads' 40th anniversary, Shamrock doing a sing/rap style in Dutch.
2010 : there are nowadays 3 different T-Spoon formations for tours, all of them official : Blondi & Raw Jawz, Linda & Shamrock and T Spoon Dj Squad. Remy de Groot explained that "we have the past, present & future, the past is T-spoon Reloaded with Shamrock & Linda, the present is the fresh young T-Spoon with Raw Jawz & Blondi, and The future is T-Spoon Dj Squad, for every generation there is something to enjoy about T-Spoon".
2012 : T-spoon released a collaboration with Dirty House Bastards featuring Akon entitled Dubhop Shawty.
2013 : T-Spoon's new single is entitled Ticket To The Tropics. It is a cover of a song released in 1985 by Dutch artist Gerard Joling.
Official T-Spoon Website
T-spoon interview on Paris GayZik
Thanks to Rogier Verkroost, Marian Stoica, Tavi Meran and Nicolas for the latest informations
Check Out (10th Dec 1993)
Movin Up And Down (1995)
Do You Know Where You're Going To (14th Jun 1995)
Don't Let Me... (1996)
Body Rock (10th Dec 1996)
Reach Out (6th Nov 1997)
I Will Survive (12th Jan 1999)
Nutbush City Limits (21st Sep 1999)
Turn The Beat Around (5th Feb 2000)
Radio Ga Ga (27th Nov 2000)
What A Feeling (Flashdance) (18th Jan 2008)
Last Dance (16th Jun 2008)
Show Me Heaven (15th Jan 2009)
Proud Mary (27th May 2009)
Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves (1st Mar 2012)
I Don't Wanna Get Hurt (14th Jul 2012)
I Found Someone (14th Jul 2012)
Ain't No Mountain High Enough (30th Jun 2015)
The T-zone project was built around a vocalist presented by SAIFAM Publishing Group as having started out at drama school in London and, as the sister of one of her friend in her class had a group, she asked her to sing with them and they worked together for a couple of years. After a phase of mediocre success, she decided to move on and started to think about what she wanted to do : she discovered dance music and decided that was what she wanted to start his career in. She had been singing for many years when she did her debuts on the label One Way Records together with male vocalist Jerry on the single Check Out.
All the singles were released under One-Way records (a label of SAIFAM Publishing). All singles (among them, a lot of covers) were recorded and mixed in Verona (Italy), released as vinyls only.
Their very first single was Check Out. It was released in 1993, F. Turatti
and Natale were the executive producers. It was produced and arranged by Morris
Capaldi (who also wrote the lyrics and mixed the tracks), A. Milan and DJ F.
Marchi. It included a B-side entitled O.L.D. The single was mixed at
20.0.90 Studio in Milano (Italy).
2 years passed by before we saw another release from T-Zone. At S.A.I.F.A.M. Publishing group, Mauro Farina decided to let her sing a song produced by Cappella's team Max Persona, Roby Arduini, Antonio Puntillo : Movin Up And Down. It was released in 1995. This original track (for once) was composed and written by M. Motta, Roby Arduini, M. Aventino and Antonio Puntillo. It was produced by Roby Arduini for Union srl, realized by Roby Arduini and DJ Mamix, mixed by Roby Arduini at Union Studios in Verona (Italy).
The same year was released Do You Know Where You're Going To. Originally written by Mike Masser and Gerry Goffin, and performed by Diana Ross, it was produced by M. Farina and F. Turatti, recorded and mixed at Mela Studios).
The follow-up was the wonderful euro track Don't Let Me in 1996. The vocalist on was the one known under the code name Jenny. The single was written and composed by M. Farina, F. Serra, F. Turatti and A. Bindella. It was produced by M. Farina, G.Crivellente and A.Bindi. Additional production was done by F. Turatti and Factory Team. It was recorded and mixed at Mela Studios and Factory Sound Studios.
Then came Body Rock a few monthes later. Originally written and sung by Maria Vidal, it was produced by F. Turatti and G. Crivellente, mixed at Mela Studios.
In 1997, T-zone recorded Reach Out. It was produced by M. Farina, R. Arduini and A. Puntillo. Originally written by L. Dozier (it was a cover of a song of The Four Tops sung for the first time in 1966), it was performed and mixed by R. Arduini and A. Puntillo at Union Studios.
After a 2 years pause, the cover of I Will Survive was released in 1999. Originally written by Dino Fekaris and Perren and initially sung by Gloria Gaynor, it was produced by M. Farina and F. Turatti, mixed at Universal Studios. It included an instrumental B-side entitled Survivors.
Then came Nutbush City Limits, a cover of a Tina Turner song. It included a the instrumental B-side called No Limits, which was actually the clone of Survivors. Produced by M. Farina and Factory Team, it was mixed at Factory Sound Studios, mastered by Compotech-CA (USA).
Turn The Beat Around (a Gloria Estefan cover) was the follow-up. The vinyl included 2 versions of the singles (a Factory Batuca mix, a little latino oriented, and a Factory Speed mix, more trancy), plus the 70' mix of Don't Let Me and the track No Limits (already featured in the previous single). It was produced by M. Farina and Factory Team, mixed at Factory Sound Studios.
T-Zone's last single was Radio Ga Ga, a cover of Queen's hit, which had already been covered by DJ Bobo. It included, once again, the instrumental Survivors ! It was produced by M. Farina and & F. Turatti, mastered by Compotech.
There are a few tracks recorded by T-zone which were only compilation tracks : among them, Twist Of Fate, Young Hearts Run Free, This Time I Know It's For Real and Higher And Higher.
Thanks to Klems and Gianni
T-zone biography on SAIFAM website
Every Life Unfolds (1997)
Children Voices (1998)
Melody Blue (Movin On) (1999)
Run To You (2000)
Find Time (2001)
Set Me Free (19th Apr 2002)
Too Much (21st Jul 2003)
Run To You 2010 (2010)
T42 is an Italian dance project created by the producer Graziano Pegoraro. They scored many hits in the 90's and sold more than 5 millions of singles worldwide. After the tracks Every Life Unfolds, Children Voices and Star they released their fourth and fifth singles Melody Blue and Run To You which were a co-production with Mario Fargetta and featured the voice of Sharp. Melody Blue shortly reached position number 20 in the Sales Charts Position. Run To You was also very successful in the charts and was often played on the radios. The first album of the project is about to be finished. They also released a new single entitled Find Time.
Not to be confused with the German project T 42.
Thanks to Duck
I Dream Of You Tonight (10th Feb 1995)
Label : Dance Pool. The project featured a ragga-rapper and a female vocalist. I Dream Of You Tonight was produced by Piero Brunetti and Nico Dée, recorded at NO! Studios. A remixes 12" was released the same year. It contained 5 remixes : Deepest Dream Remix, Erotic Turntable Dreams, Original Video Mix, N-Ergized Space Frog Dreams, X-Tatic Rave Dreams and Quicky Dreams.
Thanks to Christian DTM aka nolimits
The Sound Of Now (1994)
Taiga was a project of David Garcia, Juan Bleda & Ruben Sousa.
Thanks to aldo
Rapper for the eurodance project D2D. He also contributed to Chart Houz Take Your Love Away.
Thanks to Necronomic
Artists and groups featuring Tajal
Chart Houz - Take Your Love Away (1994)
D2D - Take Your Time (1994)
It's True (17th Jul 1995)
Label : NRT
Thanks to reBeL
The Rhythm (1992)
Sweet Nature (1994)
Never Ending Story (1995)
This euro project featured a solo female vocalist called Isabella Norén. The CDM of Sweet Nature contained 3 versions : a Conquistador Guidance mix, a Deep nature mix, a Seven inch a mix. It was produced by DJ Chippe and DJ Pe-Cut.
Thanks to Alex Capilé and Gianni
Whatever Happened Lately (1999)
I'm Crazy For You (1987)
Love For Free (1988)
Living For Love (1990)
Falling In Love (1994)
I Found Luv (12th Oct 1994)
Let Me Be (2nd Feb 1995)
Burning Up (6th Jun 1995)
Jambalaya (on the Bayou) (1996)
I Wanna Give (1997)
Internet Love (1997)
You And Me (1998)
Kisses, Kisses, Bye-Bye (1998)
Over You (2003)
Emanuella Gubinelli aka Taleesa was born on the 19th November 1971 in Santa Monica, California (or Matelica, Italy according to some toher sources). Her parents had Italian origins and she received a very strict education. She studied in a religious college and learned how to sing, play piano and violin. She started singing in a local band at the tender age of 9. Then, as she was still an adolescent, she escaped from home to follow her rock band for a tour in Europe.
After this tour, the young Taleesa signed a contract with WEA, but it proved not to be exactly what she wanted. So after 2 years she broke the contract and moved to Milan, Italy, to give a new direction to her carrer. She started working in studio as composer and arranger.
She started gaining credibility as author when the 2 songs (Say Yeah and Keep On Jammin) she had written for Stefano Secchi became hits. This allowed her to restart her singer carreer and to record songs such as One Love the Lifetime, Living 2 Love and Baby Don't Stop that had some success in France and a few other European countries. She also released a single under her real name Emmanuella, entitled Satisfied, in collaboration with B. Sanchioni.
It is less known that she also contributed to many projects which had success mainly mainly in Japan : Linda Ross, Morena, Jilly, Ann Sinclaire, Vanessa, Gisele, Paula Marsh, Serena, Maggie Sue, and many more...
But success came as she was a vocalist featured by the duo Cozzi and Rossi (Co.Ro) on the version they had made to Because The Night (a cover of Patty Smith and Bruce Springsteen). Her impressive voice appeared also on There's Something Going On/I Break Down And Cry, and on the following album that Co.Ro released in 1993. After her singles with Co.Ro became a hit in America, Emanuella decided to go solo again.
The same year she recorded with Stefano Secchi 2 singles We Are Easy to Love and A Brighter Day. Then, under the pseudonym of Aladino she released 3 euro singles : Make It Right Now, Brothers In Space and Call My Name, all of them being very successful in Europe. In 1993 she also collaborated with G. Spagna on Dave Hammond's single All My World.
One of her first singles under her name was I Found Luv, written by G. Amir Saraf and Uli Brenner, produced by Giacomo Maiolini featuring raps of Michael Romeo. After that, she returned to Italy and released many other songs, like Burning Up (that she co-wrote and co-composed with Trivellato and Sachetto), Falling In Love (produced by Visnadi under Flying Records, re-released by ZYX), Let Me Be (that she co-wrote and co-composed with W. Cremonini, A. Gilardi, produced by Giacomo Maiolini and released under Time Records) and a country dance called Jambalaya, cover of an old rock song.The following release was called I Wanna Give. It was not really dance music, so it was not very succesful, even if the song was good. She started touring all over the world, she enven presented some TV shows in Brazil where she also gave live gigs in discos.
In 1996, Taleesa started a new collaboration with G. Spagna : her name appears on Paul Rogers' Wanna Be My Lover and Morena's Music Take My Breathe Away.
Internet Love : differently from her last 2 releases, this song is very energetic, every Internet user will like the lyrics. Once again it was a collaboration with the duo Saraf-Brenner.
With You And Me Taleesa really moved to a more housy trend. The music, the style and the way she sings sounds like Gala, and even being a good dance song, it is very different from what we're used to.
With Kisses, Kisses, Bye-Bye Taleesa gave us a nice, fast Italo song which, for some, reminded Simone Jay's Wanna Be Like A Man. It had some success locally in Italy. Then she came back to her native California.
Her last single to be released under the name of Taleesa was called Beach Boy, a kind of pop song.
Nowadays she lives in Milan. She also owns a house in California. She loves to travel. She says she believes in God. She likes Madonna for whom she has a lot of admiration.
1998 : she co-wrote Simone Jay's single Luv Thang. Rumors say that she could have released an album entitled Singles Collection but it can't be found anywhere.
1999 : she released a single under the name of Axia entitled Love In December and another one under the name of Moonlight entitled Love Control (produced by Turatti/Melloni). She also recorded in her own studio a complete album called Whatever Happened Lately?, aka Que Pasa Ultimamente?. It contained 12 songs in Spanish and English with a combination of ballads and rock. Taleesa, accompanied by a music group and dancers, toured for over a year many countries in South America. She described the tour like the best experience of her life.
2001 : she appeared on 2 singles released by De La Cruz : My Love Is A DJ and Listen To My Heart.
2002 : she kept on collaborating with De La Cruz for their new single, the very nice There's No Right.
2003 : Taleesa released a new single under her name, the song was entiled Over You, and the music was Kylie Minogue style. The single was published by Vale Music Spain, written by Michael Corkran (her boyfriend), Emanuela Gubinelli herself, and V. Gaffurini. It was produced in her own studios Luv-en-colors.
Later the same yer, she recorded with Aron Michael a single for DJ Stefy entitled The Promise You Made. She already started working on a new single...
In October, she recorded a new single for De La Cruz In My Mind. The new single was released under Elite Records, the new label that DJ Richard & Johnny Bass (the brothers who stand behind De La Cruz) created after leaving Vale Music.
2005 : Taleesa recorded a new song for De La Cruz called Where U Belong. It entered the American chart at #35.
2007 : Taleesa recorded a melodical pop song entiled Children Alone, written by her husband Michael Corkran and Roberto Baeli. All the rights of the song will be destinated to Action Aid... Nowdays she is mainly working as a producer for other artists with big level in Italy. She is also doing remixes in studios in New York City and in her own studios based in Los Angeles..
2009 : Taleesa was featured by the DJs duo Muthagroove on a cover of the classic My Body And Soul. In November, during her appearance on the stage of Italo party 2009, Taleesa announced that a new single was on its way.
2011 : Taleesa is working hard on her company Luv en Colors, now mostly dedicated to the film market, telefilm production and media management.
Thanks to Selena Valeria Giannobi, Alberto, Sergio and Tominho
Thanks to Edgar JR for the pics
Thanks to 90s Dance Music Website
Artists and groups featuring Taleesa
8 AM - Baby Don't Stop (1992)
Aladino - Brothers In The Space (1993), Call My Name (1994), Make It Right Now (1993)
Angel - Dancing in Paris (que pasa) (1985), Touch my heart (1989)
Angie Starr - Hold Me Please (1991), Just In Time (1992)
Anika - In The Name Of Passion (1998), Sexy Shock (1996)
Ann Sinclaire - Don't Drop Me (1995), I Wanna Go (1999), Like Ah Rainbow (1997)
Antares - Ride On A Meteorite (1995)
B-13 - Shame Of (Scemo) (1993)
Bella & Blue - A Reason To Love (1992), Magic (1991), Toy joy my boy (1991)
Citizen Kane - Everybody May Be Wrong (1991)
Co-Ro - 4 Your Love (1993), Because The Night (1992), There's Something Going On/I Break Down And Cry (1993), There's Something Going On/I Break Down And Cry (1993)
DJ Stefy - The Promise You Made (2003)
De La Cruz - In My Mind (2003), Listen To My Heart (2002), My Love Is A DJ (2001), There Is No Right (2002), Where U Belong (2005), Where U Belong (2005)
Donna Luna - Come On Come On (1991), If I Can't Have You (1992)
Emanuella - Satisfied (1993)
Ex-Melody - Love Destiny (1994)
Giselle - Baby I'm Sorry (1991)
Harrow Den - Day By Day (1988), Ocean (1991)
Helen K - Me And You (1992)
Jackie Moore - Let Me Try Again (1991)
Javi Crecente - In My Mind (2009)
Jilly - Feelin' Blue (1996), Hot Love Desire, Sexy Lady (Over And Over) (1996)
Leslie Parrish - Heart Of Stone (1996)
Lilac - When I'm With You (1991)
Linda Ross - Eternity (1997), Light My Heart (1996), Riding In The Sky (1998)
Maggie May - Tell Me
Maggie Sue - Love Me Do (1992)
Mandy Gordon - Tokyo Night (1991)
Moonlight - Love Control (1999)
Morena - Everyday (1992), Faithful (1996), Got To Feel It (1994), Music Takes My Breath Away (1996), My Heart And My Soul (1993), Open Your Heart (1991), Ready For Love (1997), Stop Me (1993)
Mr Signo - Loverboy (1994)
Muthagroove - My Body and Soul (2009)
No Name - Promise (1994)
Novecento - Heart On The Line (1991)
Paula Marsh - Baila Macho (1992)
Ross - I Promise My Heart (1992)
Sally Rendell - Suit Case Sally (1996)
Secchi Stefano - A Brighter Day (1993), Da Ya Think I'm Secchi (album) (1991), One Love In My Lifetime (1994), We Are Easy To Love (1992)
Serena - Let The Music Take Control (1997)
She's Ah Rebel - Piece Of My Heart (1995)
Simone Jay - Wanna B Like A Man (1997)
Vanessa - Kiss Kiss Kiss Me (1998)
Virgin - Can You Do It Forever (1992), Tell Me I'm The One (1993), You're So Crazy (1993)
Feel It (1996)
My Life Is House (1997)
My Destiny (1998)
The project Talía featured a solo female vocalist. Label Falco Music.
Feel It was composed by John Eftwo, produced and arranged by DJ Jose Juan Casanova and John Eftwo. Single featured vocals by Gemma Arques.
They recorded the single My Life in 1997, featuring the voice of Laia Salvador.
Thanks to BroderTuck, Ulysses and Gianni
Artists and groups featuring Talia
John Eftwo - Take Me (1998)
El Talisman (1996)
Spanish dance act Talisman was produced by Xasqui Ten and Tony Ten. Single El Talisman was a cover of a song originally performed by Rosana Arbelo. Label: Code Music.
Thanks to Ulysses
Bodytalk (6th Nov 1995)
Bodytalk was composed by Axel Welling and Carsten Korte, written by Susanne Schiermacher who was also the female vocalist (she did vocals for many S & F Entertainment GmbH productions). Records company : Lost Paradise. Distributed by SPV GmbH
Thanks to Eurodance Rage
Such A Shame (1996)
Spanish dance act produced and arranged by Juan Manuel Sueiro, Azucena Recoveni and David Legazpi DJ. They released the single Such A Shame in 1996, originally performed by Talk Talk. It was recorded at Ciclotron Studios. Label: CNR Music (Spain)
Thanks to Ulysses
Saturn Five (1994)
Love Is A Shield (1994)
Spanish eurodance act produced and arranged by Juan José Bosque and José Francisco Reig Domene. Single Saturn Five (Inspiral Carpets' cover) featured the voice of Rosana García Puche. It was recorded at Studios BM. Single Love Is A Shield was a cover of the hit performed originally by Camouflage. Label: Out Records.
Thanks to Ulysses
Power Of Love (1994)
Label : Welcome. The group features a solo female vocalist. Power Of Love is a cover of a song originally released by Jennifer Rush and more recently by Céline Dion.
Another Night ()
World's Emotion (1999)
Take Your Time (2001)
Seven Lonely Days (2002)
Another Night 2k17 (5th May 2017)
Michael Yang chose his stage name Tamo from the Japanese language : Tamo means mediator, messenger. He was raised in Germany as a descendant of Korean and German ancestors. At early age he practised as singer in the choir of the local church, andmade his first steps with his schoolband and own solo performances. In 1995 he established his first danceact 'Tamo' with a crew of 5 people. By that time Tamo had no record contract, but he was playing 'live' at the local clubs to get the right feeling for the music business.
Soon he started his first TV-shows at the Dutch TV-station (Endemol Production). He toured as a support-act of several famous dance projects : La Bouche, Blümchen, C-Block or Bed & Breakfast. He released the singles Mystery, World's Emotion, Take Your Time, Sunrise, and contributed to Fresh Trends' Love Is Like A Melody.
Single Another Night featuring Lyane Leigh was never released.
2017 : Tamo was back with a 2k17 version of Another Night, edited by Frank Winkelmann from Experience of Music.
Artists and groups featuring Tamo
Fresh Trends - Carry Light To My Dreams / Love Is Like A Melody (2000)
More More More (12th Sep 1995)
More More More (1995)
Tanaka featured a solo female vocalist. Single More More More was mastered, written and arranged by Jacky Meurisse, J. Betremieux , Philippe Dhondt and Bruno Van Garsse, produced by Michel Nachtergaele and Bruno Van Garsse, recorded and mixed at Black out recording studio (Belgium).
It was featured on the compilation Top Hits 95 in France.
Thanks to reBeL and Astralys
Volumen 1 (1997)
Tantallon (it is also the name of a club in Elche) is a Spanish dance act, that was produced by José Antonio Sánchez and Pedro Rodriguez (La Santa Danza). They recorded the single Volumen 1 which included Kim Wilde cover You Keep Me Hangin'On and the songs Trax and Power Dreams. It was arranged by Javier Pascual Campoy, and Manuel Fernandez Benavent. Vocals were done by Vanessa Garcia Sempere.
Thanks to Ulysses
Take You To The Top (1995)
Real name : Natasha Salaets. Take You To The Top was written by Alain Chbeir, Fernando De Meersman, Francesco G. Palmeri, produced and mixed by Felice Palmeri. Label : Dance Pool. Why?, released in 1996, was composed, produced and arranged by Fernando De Meersman and Francesco G. Palmeri, written by Natasha herself, engineered by Dominic Sas and Serge Ramaekers.
Feed My Love (1994)
Feed My Love was recorded and mixed at Black Out Studio in Trieste (Italy), produced, composed and arranged by David Sion, Franz Contadini and Marco Sartorello. Keyboards were played by Franz Contadini. Raps were done by David Sion himself. Label: Not Only Music
Thanks to reBeL
Everybody Commando (1999)
For The Navy (2000)
Capitan Black (2002)
Din Dan Don (2009)
Project featured a hi-pitched female vocalist called Trisha and a male singer. Like Captain Jack, Task Force's theme was the army. Label: 21st Century Records
Open Your Hands (1994)
Open Your Hands was arranged, produced and mixed by Alessandro Gilardi, Claudio Varola, Roberto Signorelli and Walter Cremonini. Executive-producer was Giacomo Maiolini. It was a mostly instrumental track with male voice samples. Label: Italian Style Production
Tatj was born in Russia. She studied singing and classical/modern dance since she was a child. When she was 14 years old, she started working asa dancer in the clubs. Meanwhile, Tatj studied to become an actress andentered a theatre company, that permitted her to perform comedies by classicalauthors. When she was about 18 years old, she started singing professionallywith different bands and also worked as a backing vocalist in many recordingstudios. She's been since 1993 Wildside's voice (or at least the official frontwoman).
Tatj has green eyes, she loves playing keyboards, Italy, reading, listening to funk music and studying foreign languages. She collects amulets. Shealso likes dance and fitness, but she still finds time to care about her horse. Her favorite color is pink, she loves eating pasta and wine.
Feel Good (1993)
1.Feel Good, 2.Fly away, 3.Just when I needed you most, 4.Takes a little Time, 5.Never never, 6.Don't you want me baby, 7.Can't take my eyes off you, 8.He's my man (from the original sountrack 'Flodder in America'), 9.Gimme all your loving, 10.Na Na Na Na (Come on let's go out), 11.You and Me, 12.Chica Cubana, 13.Awaka boy,
Santa Maria (1996)
1.Santa Maria (Radio Edit), 2.Your Love Is Magic, 3.The First Time, 4.Searching For You, 5.Sweet Sweet Smile, 6.Let's Go Round Again, 7.Nothing To Me, 8.Boy I Know, 9.Loving On My Mind, 10.Ain't Gonna Cry, 11.Show Me, 12.Santa Maria (Wah-Hey Mix), 13.Santa Maria (Harry Ola Mix), 14.Santa Maria (Y&Co. Mix),
New Look (22nd Mar 1997)
1.Calendar Girl (Brasil Version), 2.Santa Maria, 3.Your Love Is Magic, 4.The First Time, 5.Searching For You, 6.Sweet Sweet Smile, 7.Let's Go Round Again, 8.Nothing To Me, 9.Boy I Know, 10.Loving On My Mind, 11.Ain't Gonna Cry, 12.Show Me, 13.Santa Maria (Way-Hey Mix), 14.Calendar Girl (Disco Version),
Hollands Glorie (2010)
1.Calendar Girl, 2.Awaka-Boy, 3.Fly Away, 4.Feel Good, 5.Na Na Na Na (Come On Let's Go Out), 6.Just When I Needed You Most, 7.Don't You Want Me Baby, 8.Gimme All Your Loving, 9.Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You, 10.He's My Man, 11.Takes A Little Time, 12.Letter To Your Heart, 13.Never Never, 14.You And Me, 15.Santa Maria, 16.Baila Baila, 17.The First Time, 18.Chica Cubana,
O Baby I ()
Awaka Boy (1988)
Chica Cubana (1988)
You And Me (1991)
Can't Take My Eyes Off You (1992)
Just When I Needed You Most (1992)
Feel Good (1993)
Never Never (1993)
Don't You Want Me Baby (1994)
Santa Maria (1995)
Calendar Girl (1995)
The First Time (1997)
Crazy Way About You (1999)
Wait And Wonder (1999)
Baila Baila (2000)
Be There In Time (2000)
Santa Maria 2003 (2003)
Ik Laat Je Gaan (Jan 2008)
Tatjana Simic is a Dutch singer, actress and model, born on June 9th, 1963 in Zagreb, Croatia where she studied at high school. In 1979 she moved to Rotterdam in the Netherlands with her sister and mother, to start a new life. She worked as a tour guide in the Dutch city, before landing herself a job in the local town hall's sports and recreation department.
After winning a competition organised by a Dutch magazine, she started her modelling career in 1985. She also appeared in TV commercials. This is how she was spotted by the producer of the movie Flodder, the story of a rather a-social family, getting a chance to live in an upper-class neighbourhood. Tatjana played the role of Kres Flodder, the naughty daughter of the Flodder family. Flodder became Holland's most successful movie ever, seen by more than 2,5 million people in that country.
In 1987, after taking lessons for several years, she released her very first single Baby Love. The follow-up Chica Cubana (a cover of a sog by Laurie) was top 10 in Europe, leading her to the status of a sort of Dutch Sabrina. It was followed by Awaka Boy, produced again by the famous Italian producers Giuliano Crivellente and Mauro Farina.
1990 : Tatjana played the roles of Suzy in the Dutch film "My Blue Heaven".
1992 : she recoded a duet with Gerard Joling entitled Can't Take My Eyes Off You which was very successful. She appeared in the movie Flodder 2 (aka Flodder in Amerika), which again broke all box-office records. She aso played in the Flodder TV series. And in 1995, she was back in Flodder 3.
Tatjana's popularity has also spread further afield including South Africa and the Far East where she has toured. In 1993 she visited Miami for live appearances and to make a video for Feel Good and last year she modelled for the first 'Tatjana Calendar' which now adorns the walls of thousands of European homes and offices
The came the eurodance singles Never Never in 1993, Calendar Girl in 1996 (#73 in the Netherlands), and of course the famous Santa Maria (#37 in the Netherlands).
1997 : Tatjana released hr single The First Time. John Frijters and Peter de Jong wrote her biography. Her new album New Look was released, and presented at the Planet Hollywood restaurant of Amsterdam.
1999 : The single Crazy Way About You was released, followed by Wait And Wonder.
2000 : Tatjana released Baila Baila. A special edition was released, including 3 videoclips, a calendar screensaver, a video-puzzle, a making of, as well as some photos. Then she got signed by the label Red Bullet, and came Be There In Time, and Beautiful.
2005 : she wrote a book entitled Jij.
2008 : Tatjana is back with a single in Dutch entitled Ik Laat Je Gaan and it went #11 in the Dutch charts. A brand new album should follow.
Thanks to Apho and Klems
Tatjana official website
Tatjana at Music Sources
Grace In Your Face (1992)
J Say Jo (1993)
Grace In Your Face was composed, produced and arranged by A. De Sabato and Maurizio Pavesi, recorded and mixed at Gianburrasca Studio, released under 'Z'UP. J Say Jo (pronounced "I say yo") was produced, performed and mixed by Davide Sabadin, J. Ems, and Massimo Zennaro aka Zen for Oval Productions. It was written by D. Sabadin, G. Disarò and M. Zennaro, recorded at T Lab Studios in Venice (Italy) and released in 1993 under DFC.
Label : Discomagic. The single was recorded at Waterfall Studio (Italy) by C. Donti and I. Colliva, Lombardini ED. Mus.
Thanks to Yane the Greek
Get Ready 4 The Rhythm (1995)
Sunny Come Home (1999)
T.A.X.I. was a project of Chris Cox et G. Moroder. Get Ready 4 The Rhythm appeared on compilations DMA Dance Vol. 1: Eurodance and Snake's Music's Promotion Dance Hits Of September. Another song was released, entitled Sunny Come Home.
Thanks to Gianni
Taiyo & Ciscomoon 1 (27th Oct 1999)
2nd Stage (27th Sep 2000)
Taiyo to Ciscomoon / T & C Bomber Mega Best (10th Dec 2008)
Tsuki To Taiyou (21st Apr 1999)
Gatamekira (23rd Jun 1999)
Uchuu De La Ta Ta (23rd Jul 1999)
Everyday Everywhere (25th Aug 1999)
Magic Of Love (29th Sep 1999)
Marui Taiyou (8th Dec 1999)
Don't Stop Ren'Ai Chû (19th Apr 2000)
Don't Stop Ren'ai-chū (19th Apr 2000)
Hey! Mahiru no Shinkirou (19th Jul 2000)
Hey ! Mahiru no shinkirō (19th Jul 2000)
This project features 4 girls who were spotted in 1999 during the casting of a TV broadcast called Asayan (Japanaese equivalent of the Popstars reality show). Their producer Tsunku, was not very well-known at this time, but he since became one of the most well-paid in the Japanese musical business. He now stands behind many dozens of very succesful pop projects.
Tsunku was also the creator of the bands' name : the girls were trained in San Francisco, and he combined this with the word "moon". "Taiyou" means the sun in Japanese, and "to" meant "and".
The original members of Taiyou To Ciscomoon (太陽とシスコムーン) were Honda Ruru (born 18/03/1976), a Chinese singer already very popular in her homeland, Kominato Miwa (born 15/02/1977), a folk singer already mother of 2 little boys, Shinoda Miho (born 18/05/1972), olympic champion in gymanstics in Seoul 1988, and Inaba Atsuko (born 13/03/1974), former member of a famous models group of Osaka, the OPD (Osaka Performance Doll).
Tsunku had decided that, if the group's debut single Tsuki To Taiyō (月と太陽, meaning The moon and the sun, out in April 1999) did not reach at least #6 in the charts, he would give up. Fortunately for the girls, their first single peaked #4 of sales (according to Oricon, offical sales chart in Japan). They were able to keep up their carreer, but they never reached the success of some other groups produced by Tsunku.
Next single was entitled Gatamekira (ガタメキラ). Then, only one month after, came Uchū de LaTaTa (宇宙でLaTaTa). 4th single Everyday Everywhere, released in August, was remixed to become a nice eurodance track. Follow-up was Magic Of Love.
In December 1999, they released the single Marui Taiyou - Winter Version (丸い太陽) : at this time they were only 3 girls in the group. Then in March 2000, they changed their name and became T&C Bomber : with once again 4 girls in the group.
During Summer 2000 the girls took part to some other projects produced by Tsunku (all of them being gathered under the Hello! Project banner) : the Shuffle Units 2000. Shinoda Miho took contributed to Aka-gumi 4, with the single Akai Nikkichou, Inaba Atsuko anf Kominato Miwa were featured by Aoiro 7, with the single Aoi sport-car No Otoko, Honda Ruru became a member of Kiiro 5 with the single Kiiroi Osora de Boom Boom Boom. In October 2000, the group officially split up.
Ruru went back to China and her singer career. Miwa tried to make it in a solo carreer, and Miho started modelling. Only Atsuko remained in relation with the Hello! project : she took part to the Shuffle unit of Summer 2003 called 7AIR, with the single Kowarenai Ai Ga Hoshii No.
Tsunku is now very famous in Japan. He was the creator of the very succesful project Morning Musume, which sold an amazing number of records. He also produced a lot of small groups which sometimes did not go further than the first single. For people who know the Hello! Project, Taiyô to Ciscomoon stands for the best musical quality Tsunku had ever produced.
2007 : After a carreer in Taiwan, RuRu was back to Japan with her debut solo album, Shoshin.
2008 : there are rumors according to which the band could be reformed, but nothing has been confirmed.
2009 : the band effectly reformed for a limited time to celebrate the group's ten-year anniversary, and the release of their new greatest hits album. Their first official reunion was on January 9, 2009 in Shibuya.
2013 : Up-Front Works confirmed that the project would reform (without RuRu) for a concert at Hello! Project's New Years Eve concert.
Thanks to Moonlight and Abelito
Also known under the name Jazz, she was vocalist for BG the Prince of Rap, she also did vocals for some releases of some other projects of Jam el Mar, such as F1 The Race Must Go On, Taucher, York, DJ Mind-X (The Nightingale), Diver & Ace (Mental Thing)... She later became the vocalist of DJ Sakin & Friends.
2001 : she released a solo single entitled Another Day, produced by Big T.
2004 : she appeared on a Big T single. She was also featured by Sin Plomo on the single It's You.
2005 : Janet visited 2 Men Ahead's album Crossing All Stars, doing vocals on the track Under My Skin. she was featured once again by Sir Plomo on his single We Are Young.
Artists and groups featuring Taylor (Janet)
BG the Prince of Rap - Can't Love You (1995)
Jam El Mar - The Race Must Go On (1995)
Trevor Oliver Taylor (aka "Supa T") was born in Montego Bay, Jamaica on January 11th 1958. He was one of the early members of the Bad Boys Blue project. He left the formation in 1987, one of the reasons being that he did not accepted the fact that John McInerney's voice was chosen instead of his on Come Back And Stay.
He continued his career in other groups : Street Noise, Ozazuvas, Supa T. and Umoya.
He died January 19th, 2008 from a heart attack.
I Show You Secrets (1996)
Song I Show You Secrets featured a female vocalist and a rapper (maybe Tony Dyer). It appeared on German label Dance Master Records' Promo Compilation Vol. IV
Thanks to Gianni
I Wanna Dance (1999)
I Wanna Dance appeared on compilation Europlus vol. 1, released under Aquarius Records Croatia. It featured samples of vocals of a female vocalist
Italian label, sublabel of Media Records
1.Take My Life (Ragga version), 2.Taste Of Love, 3.Enjoy, 4.That's The Way (I LIke It), 5.Jungle Nite, 6.Make Your Decision, 7.Time, 8.Ain't Nobody (But You), 9.Go, 10.You Take My Heart Away, 11.Brand New, 12.Take My Life (Maxi Version),
You Take My Heart Away ()
I Will Always Love You (1993)
Go Before You Break My Heart (1993)
Take My Life (1995)
Take My Life was written by Ambrogio Crotti, Leroy Skeete Davis and Luigi Ricco (aka Luis Rodriguez). Label: Luiggi Records. The project featured Joy, aka Josephine Hiebel, more well-known as Lian Ross. An album entitled Enjoy was released in 1995.
Thanks to Klems
Keep On Movin' Baby (1995)
Reaction was mixed by Roby Arduini at Union Studios, realized by Franz Scandolari and Pagany, written by F. Scandolari and M. Aventino, published by Jacomo Music in 1994. Label : Union S.r.l.
The follow-up single was entitled Keep On Movin' Baby. It was produced by Max persona and released under In Out records.
Thanks to Hyper and BroderTuck
The Best And More (1992)
1.Stop The Police (Arrest The Bitch-Mix), 2.Axel F. (U-Boot-Mix), 3.Das Condom... Pump It Up! (Domina-Mix), 4.James Bond Theme (Radio-Active-Mix), 5.Give Me X.T.C. (Maxi-Remix), 6.Axel F. Rap (Megaphone Mix), 7.The Cat (Batmix), 8.Mary's Talking Vol. I, 9.Cops In Trance, 10.Road To Nowhere, 11.Mary's Talking Vol. II (The Laws Of Gravity),
Axel F (1992)
Stop The Police (1992)
The Vision (1994)
Axel F remix (1994)
Miracle of Life (1995)
Drifting In Illusions (1996)
Techno Cop was produced by Harald Reitinger & Ulrich Fischer who are also famous for the projects Cool & Cool and Power Nation. The rap-performance in Axel F and Stop The Police was made by George Valden aka Homeboy.
Drifting In Illusions, an excellent eurodance track, was released without any mention of date or credits. It featured vocals by Bashia.
When Axel F was re-released in 1994 it featured this time raps by Kurtis Blow.
The Vision was remixed by TNT Party Zone. It featured vocals by Mad'M Peel and entered the charts in the UK.
Technocop remixed Cool & Cool Can You See The Night.
Thanks to Vision
You Found Me (2013)
1.Techno Is My Life Forever, 2.. Our Love Will Never Die, 3.You Found Me, 4.Alien World, 5.You Want My Love, 6.Make A Wish, 7.Eurodance Style Is My Soul, 8.You Want My Love (New Age Rap Mix), 9.Street Gangs (Vocal Version), 10.Wind Began, 11.You Can Keep On (Original Mix), 12.The Nightmare (Original Mix), 13.You Want My Love (Radio Version), 14.You Can Keep On (Robot Mix), 15.The Nightmare (Vocal Version), 16.Angel Moi,
Peace To The World (2014)
1.Intro: 1,2,3,Let's Go!, 2.Halloween, 3.Street Gangs (Original Mix), 4.Electricity (Break Dancer), 5.Knights Of Darkness, 6.You Found Me (Atmospheric Mix), 7.Acid Holiday, 8.A Sad Celebration, 9.Eurodance Is Life Style, 10.Full Speed Ahead, 11.Stop Fighting!, 12.Peace To The World!, 13.Dance With Us, 14.Dance With Us (Breaks Mix), 15.Wind Began (Instrumental Version), 16.Moby- A Case For Shame (Techno Revivers Project Remix),
Eurodance Is Life Style (7th Feb 2014)
1.Eurodance Is Life Style (original mix), 2.Alien World (original mix), 3.Our Love Will Never Die (original mix), 4.You Found Me (Original mix), 5.You Want My Love (Original mix), 6.You Want My Love (New age mix),
The Best Of Q1 2014 (11th Jun 2014)
1.Street Gangs, 2.The Track Is Made On a Vocal, 3.Magican, 4.Eurodance Is Life Style, 5.Snow Salsa, 6.Tocix Fog, 7.Touch, 8.You Want My Love, 9.Alien World, 10.Drop the Bass, 11.Drunk in Love, 12.Our Love Will Never Die,
From Russia With Love (Mar 2015)
1.Listen To My Heart (Original Mix), 2.Break The Rules, 3.From Russia With Love, 4.Shaman, 5.Help Me (Original Mix), 6.Happy New Year, 7.We Make Our Destiny, 8.Listen To My Heart (Atmospheric Mix), 9.Listen To My Heart (Technotrance Mix), 10.Help Me (ED Version), 11.You Want My Love (New Age Instrumental Version), 12.Help Me (First Version), 13.Angel Moi (Instrumental Version), 14.Help Me (Instrumental Version),
Private Collection Techno Revivers Project (11th Dec 2015)
1.Time Presses (Massive Dance mix), 2.Break The Rules (original mix), 3.Time Presses (Breaks mix), 4.From Russia With Love (original mix), 5.Time Presses (Trance mix), 6.Happy New Year (original mix), 7.Long Live Techno (Breaks mix), 8.Long Live Techno (Hard live mix), 9.My Angel (original mix), 10.Long Live Techno (original mix), 11.Time Presses (original mix), 12.We Make Our Destiny (original mix), 13.Time Presses (Chillout mix),
Poison (28th Jan 2016)
1.Long Live Techno! (Original Mix), 2.This Is Our Freestyle, 3.Time Presses (Original Mix), 4.Euro Techno (Original Mix), 5.My Angel (Original Mix), 6.Separation, 7.Poison, 8.Orbital Race, 9.Long Live Techno! (Hard Live Mix), 10.Long Live Techno! (Breaks Mix), 11.Time Presses (Massive Dance Mix), 12.Time Presses (Breaks Mix), 13.Time Presses (Chill Out Mix), 14.Time Presses (Trance Mix), 15.La Bouche- In Your Life (Techno Revivers Project Remix),
Black Or White (3rd Sep 2017)
1.Intro, 2.Don't Be Rude, 3.Spring & Summer (Second Mix), 4.Black Or White (Techno Mix), 5.The Swoon, 6.Mad Helicopter, 7.We Got It, 8.Black Or White, 9.The Swoon (Breaks Mix), 10.Spring & Summer, 11.Don't Be Rude (Dub Mix), 12.Black Or White (Breaks Mix), 13.We Got It (Vocoder Mix), 14.Shadow Of Lost Love, 15.Outro,
The Nightmare (10th Mar 2013)
A Sad Celebration (13th Mar 2014)
Techno Is My Life Forever (14th Mar 2014)
Dance With Us (15th May 2014)
Shaman (1st Feb 2015)
Listen to My Heart (26th Feb 2015)
From Russia With Love (10th May 2015)
We Make Our Destiny (25th May 2015)
Long Live Techno (28th Aug 2015)
My Angel (21st Oct 2015)
Time Presses (24th Oct 2015)
Razluka (24th Feb 2016)
Spring and Summer (15th Dec 2016)
Don't Be Rude (1st Feb 2017)
Black Or White (15th Mar 2017)
Mad Helicopter (8th Apr 2017)
Shadow Of Lost Love (20th Apr 2017)
Russian project Techno Revivers Project was established October 1, 2012 of the year in Russia by two musicians : Sergei Dmitriyev (Kucher) - the author of English texts, rapper and composer. Roman Filippov (Ramzeess) - composer, arranger, author of Russian texts. An unknown, young and young singer, Elizabeth (Belka), who left the band after the 4th album, as well as in the same track used jingles (Ksyusha), took part in the song as a vocalist, in the fifth album, in a single track vocal of unknown singer Anna (Bagheera) was used. Their music is inspired by the beautiful and diverse, old-school music of the 90's.
The works were conducted in different directions and styles, such as: Eurodance, Euro Techno, Hip House, Dream House, Euro Trance, Electro Freestyle, Break Beat, New Age and many others.
To date, there have been a lot of different official releases, singles, mini albums (EP) and one full, 5th album - Black Or White (2017), not officially released 4 full albums: 1st - You Found Me (2013), 2nd - Peace To The World (2014), 3rd - From Russia With Love (2015), 4th - Poison (2016).
Vamos Techno (1991)
I Wanna Do A New Beat (1992)
Warm Me Up (25th Feb 1994)
This Italian dance project features nice female vocals and nice synth beats. Warm Me Up was released under the label Meet.
Thanks to Alex "Energy" Laba.
Best Remixes (1989)
Pump Up The Jam (1989)
1.Pump Up The Jam, 2.Get Up (Before The Night Is Over), 3.Tough, 4.Take It Slow, 5.Come On, 6.This Beat Is Technotronic, 7.Move This, 8.Come Back, 9.Rockin Over The Beat, 10.Raw, 11.Wave, 12.String,
Trip On This - The Remixes (1990)
1.Techno Medley (Pettibone mix), 2.Spin That Wheel (Morales Spinetermix), 3.This Beat Is Technotronic (Dust mix), 4.Get up (Happy Jack mix), 5.Raw Update, 6.Turn It Up/Rockin Over The Beat (Rockin Over Manchester Hacienda mix), 7.Pump Up The Jam (Terry Dome mix), 8.Take It Slow (FabBibulous mix), 9.Megamix (Hit radio version),
Technotronic - The Remixes (1990)
1.Pump Up The Jam (Top FM Mix), 2.Get Up (Before The Night Is Over), 3.This Beat Is Technotronic (Get It On Club Mix), 4.Megamix (Club Version), 5.Megamix (Radio Version), 6.Move This (Re-Edit Version),
Body To Body (1992)
1.Move That body, 2.Work, 3.Release Yourself, 4.Cold Chillin', 5.Voices, 6.Money Makes The World Go Round, 7.Gimme The One, 8.Yeh-Yeah, 9.Body To Body, 10.Get It Started, 11.Bogaert's Breakfast,
The Greatest Hits (1993)
1.Pump Up The Jam, 2.Get Up! (Before The Night Is Over), 3.This Beat Is Technotronic, 4.Rockin' Over The beat (Rockin' Over Manchester 7" Remix), 5.Megamix, 6.Turn It Up (Three Men + A Mix), 7.Move That Body, 8.Work, 9.Money Makes The World Go Round, 10.Move This (Bogaert's 7" Remix), 11.Voices, 12.Hey Yoh, Here We Go, 13.One Plus One, 14.CD Bonus Track Get Up (7"Remix),
1.Move It To The Rhythm, 2.Recall, 3.Saving All Your Love, 4.It's Allright, 5.I Want You By My Side, 6.2 U X, 7.Are You Ready, 8.NowhereTo Run, 9.NRG Flow, 10.Can't Live Without You, 11.It's Just The Way It Is, 12.Club Thang,
This Beat Is Technotronic: Hits & Mixes (6th Mar 1998)
Pump Up The Hits (23rd Nov 1998)
1.Pump Up The Jam, 2.Get Up, 3.Move That Body, 4.Rockin' Over The Beat, 5.This Beat Is Technotronic, 6.Move This, 7.One Plus One, 8.Turn It Up, 9.Work, 10.Hey Yoh, 11.Money Makes The World Go Round, 12.Megamix, 13.Pump Up The Jam (Original Single Mix), 14.Get Up (Original Single Remix), 15.Rockin' Over The Beat (Original Single Remix),
Back 2 Back Hits (18th Oct 1999)
1.This Beat Is Technotronic (Single Mix), 2.Pump Up The Jam (Vocal Attack), 3.Get Up (Before The Night Is Over) (12' Mix), 4.Move This (Bogaert's 7' Remix), 5.Rockin' Over The Beat (7' Rockin' Over Manchester Mix), 6.Hey Yoh, Here We Go, 7.Work (7' Mix), 8.Turn It Up (Three Men + A Mix), 9.Move That Body (Bruce Forest 12' Mix), 10.Voices (Jam & Spoon Mix), 11.One + One, 12.Megamix (7'),
Greatest Remix Hits (2006)
Best Of (5th Mar 2012)
1.Pump Up The Jam (Edit), 2.Get Up (Before The Night Is Over), 3.This Beat Is Technotronic, 4.Rockin Over The Beat Technotronic, 5.Move That Body, 6.Work, 7.Move This, 8.Voices, 9.Hey Yoh, Here We Go, 10.The G-Train, 11.The Mariachi, 12.Like This, 13.I Want You By My Side, 14.Megamix, 15.Spin That Wheel Ya Kid K, 16.Pump Up The Jam (Crowd Is Jumping Mix), 17.Pump Up The Jam (Peter Luts Remix), 18.Pump Up The Jam (Fedde Le Grand vs Funkerman Radio Remix), 19.Like This (The Sequel),
Pump Up The Jam (28th Nov 1989)
Get Up (Before The Night Is Over) (Jan 1990)
This Beat Is Technotronic (Apr 1990)
Move This (19th Sep 1990)
Megamix (Oct 1990)
Technomedley (Nov 1990)
Spin That Wheel (1991)
Rocking Over The Beat (Jan 1991)
Turn It Up (Apr 1991)
Move That Body (Jun 1991)
Work (Sep 1991)
Voices (Apr 1992)
Move This Remix 92 (Sep 1992)
Money Makes The World Go Round (18th Nov 1992)
Hey Yoh, Here We Go (30th Nov 1993)
One + One (6th Mar 1994)
Move It To The Rhythm (28th Sep 1994)
Recall (12th Apr 1995)
I Want You By My Side (4th Mar 1996)
It's Alright (Jun 1996)
Pump Up The Jam Remix 96 - The Sequel (17th Sep 1996)
Get Up Remix 97 - The Sequel (1st Apr 1997)
Crazy (11th Jun 1997)
Pump Up The Jam '98 (1998)
Get Up (the '98 Sequel) (14th Oct 1998)
Get Up Remix 99 (Jan 1999)
Like This/Get Up da 2000 Sequel (14th Sep 1999)
The G-Train (Feb 2000)
The Mariachi (26th Jun 2000)
Runaway Blues (May 2001)
The Circle Unbroken (2002)
Pump Up the Jam 2010 (13th Aug 2010)
Like This (The Sequel) (27th Feb 2012)
Pump Up The Jam (1989)
This Beat Is Technotronic (1990)
Move It To The Rhythm (1994)
The beat and the look that conquered virtually every hit-list throughout the world, and shook the international dance community to its foundations. Technotronic was the restless offspring of innovative Belgian producer Jo Bogaert. He expertly devised the now all too familiar sound of Technotronic in his small attic studio about 20 miles North West of Brussels.
In 1983-84, Jo was the keyboardplayer for the band WhiteLight (intimistic, sober Velvet-Underground-ish songs). After the demise of this, he turned into a solo-"do-it-yourselfer" in his attic in Aalst. At the time of the eruption of New Beat, he operated under a number of pseudonyms (Nux Nemo, Acts of Madmen ...).
Pump Up The Jam took radios and night-clubs by storms and in no time Technotronic topped the worlds charts.
The first public face of Technotronic was a blue lipped renowned fashion-model known as Felly. It wasn't until the second hit single Get up that the public discovered Manuela Kamosi, or Ya Kid K, for the first time. She had already performed the original vocal on Pump Up The Jam and now finally the world could bear witness to her struttning amblent deliverance of Get Up. After the monumental success of Pump up the Jam the path was now clear and Get up achieved all expectation. Technotronic's debute had netted over 3,5 million in world sales, the follow up grossed another 1,9 million definite proof that Technotronic were not 'one of wonders'. Their sound was and still is a force to be reckoned with. The stage was not firmly set for their first album release Pump up the Jam. Pretty soon the album had notched up over 4 million world sales. By the end of 1990 Pump Up The Jam had reached pole position in the Billboard 12 singles dance chart.
The follow-up singles Get Up (Before The Night Is Over) and This Beat Is Technotronic (feat. MC Eric) were also very succesful.
Turn It Up featured Melissa Beckford and Einstein (who would later appear on Eurogroove's album)
The last significant chart success was in 1992 when Move That Body (featuring Reggie) peaked at No.5 in the U.S. Billboard charts.Up until now Technotronic have retailed more than 13 million albums.
The same year, they released another title featuring Reggie : Money Makes The World Go Round
1994 : Technotronic was back in eurodance style. Producers Jo Bogaert (Thomas De Quincey) and Patrick De Meyer teamed up with producers Phil Wilde and Peter Bauwens, world famous for their huge success with CB Milton and 2 Unlimited. The result of this combination was Move It To The Rhythm (featuring Ya Kid K, Daisy Dee and Black Diamond ) followed by Recall and a new album with the same name. Then everything became very quiet around the project...
1997 : Technotronic released a remix single called Get Up'97, followed by many other re-releases.
1998 : DONS released Pump Up The Jam under the name of DONS feat.Technotronic. The radio edit (track N1) on this single was made by The Loop! (no other than Scooter).
2000 : Technotronic were back with some new material : after Like This featuring Monday Midnite, they released The G-train with the same artist. Then followed The Mariachi in June, with an appearance of Ya Kid K.
2001 : Technotronic released a new single in May called Runaway Blues.
2002 : Technotronic recorded a single entitled The Circle Unbroken.
2005 : DONS released a re-remix of their version of Pump Up The Jam. It entered many charts across Europe.
2007 : Global Deejays feat. Technotronic "Get Up" peaked #4 on the danish dancechart.
2009 : Technotronic announced that they working on a new album. It would be featuring Ya Kid K. and Eric "MC Eric" Martin. But nothing finally came out. They had started a successful World Tour to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Technotronic, performing full-length concerts featuring some new remixes of the well-known hit singles and introduce some new tunes
2012 : Technotronic released a new best Of album, as well as a new version of their 1999 single Like This with Paul Almeida
2014 : Bodybangers released a cover of Technotronic's hit Pump Up The Jam
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Thanks to Tom, Anders Bøgh and DJ Alex Calboy for the latest informations
Artists and groups featuring Technotronic
DONS - Pump Up The Jam 2005 (2005), Pump Up The Jam (1998)
Someday We'll All Be Free (1992)
What Is Love (1993)
Love Will Come (1994)
Don't Hold Back (20th Jun 1994)
Tee Green is internationally regarded as one of the finest vocal coaches and arrangers in the music industry. His work has taken him all over the globe, keeping many recognized artists at the top of their game. In the 20 years spent in the business, he has worked his magic on acts including Blue, Westlife, Lighthouse Family and Alexander O’Neal. Being an established vocalist in his own right, he has backed many successful singers like Kylie Minogue and his amazing 4 and a half octave range can be heard on 81 albums worldwide representing over 120 million record sales. He has also written a number 1 for *N SYNC and has other writing and production credits for East 17, Worlds Apart and Kenny Thomas.
What Is Love was a cover of Haddaway's hit single. Love Will Come was released under Almighty records. Don't Hold Back included an Original 12" Mix, a Jungle Mix, a Radio Edit and an Italo Mix Radio Edit. Label : Bellaphon.
Tee Green was also featured in Deuce's album On The Loose, on the songs : Be What You Wanna Be, Rumours, Let's Call It A Day, I'll Be There For You and Kiss It. He also took part to the projects and band Soft Ballet, Clive Griffin, Daryl Hall, Shara Nelson, 2wo Third3, El Mariachi, Dead Or Alive, Isabelle Antena, Steps, Will Young, Gareth Gates, David Knopfler, Hannah Jones, Tunde, Kaare Norge, Back To Basics, Respect...
Thanks to Apho and Abelito
Artists and groups featuring Tee Green
Deuce - On The Loose (album)
FDI vs. DJ Mystery - Ride Like The Wind (2000), Yes I Wish (2000)
Light My Fire ()
Stand By You ()
The musical team behind this project could be the same as Magic Motion. Light My Fire was probably never released officially.
Thanks to EurodanceMarc
Can You Dance (1998)
Can You Dance was never released as a single, but only as B-side of Europhoria - Listen To The Rain.
Thanks to Gianni
You Give Love A Bad Name (1996)
Fantasy Girl (1997)
Label : Contraseña Records. Vocals on Fantasy Girl were done by Clara Casero Zaragoza
I Want You (1995)
I Want You was written by G. Regosa, Sylvio Perrone, Mauro Marcolin, Giampaolo Berti, C. Lancini and Corrado Esposito, arranged and mixed by Mauro Marcolin, Corrado Esposito and Sylvio Perrone, produced by Claudio Lancini and Giampaolo Berti. Executive producer was Mauro Marcolin. Label: Cross Records
The Man With The Background (1998)
1.Introduction, 2.The Man With Background, 3.Love Somebody, 4.Hey Ho, 5.Take Me Up, 6.The Beat Of The Year, 7.Get Em Up (Boom), 8.Feel It, 9.This Is Yummy, 10.Are You Ready (To Have A Party), 11.Megamix, 12.The Dub Megamix, 13.On Our Way Out, 14.Exit,
Pump Up The Volume (1st Feb 1995)
Get Em Up (Boom) (17th Nov 1995)
Are You Ready (To Have A Party) (1996)
Hey Ho (15th Jan 1996)
The Man With Background (1997)
The Beat Of The Year (1997)
Love Somebody (1998)
Take Me Up (1998)
Tellus is basically the Swedish producer Pierre J's one-man show, but if you take a close look at the credits you'll find that he often collaborates with various producers, songwriters and vocalists.
Tellus was launched in 1994 as a result of a chat between Peter Hartzell (Tempo Records) & Pierre J. The idea was to create an act performing commercial house music, with recognisable elements & samples from other songs. The intention was not to rip-off other artists, just simply presenting cool and memorable hooks with cool grooves. Pierre J has gradually developed this into a unique and swinging musical style... the Tellus style.
In '95 Tellus' debut-single Pump Up The Volume peaked at #4 on the Swedish Dance Chart and the act's popularity has steadily grown ever since. With eight Tellus-singles under his belt, and with 5 of them reaching top 10 on the Swedish Dance Chart, Pierre J / Tellus is now ready to take on the world with the debut album The Man With The Background (Tempo Records).
Tellus' singles have so far been released in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxemburg, Italy, France, Brazil, Southeast Asia, Poland & Canada. More territories will follow shortly. Tellus is also available on video and at least 30 various compilations around the world.
Tellus at Q-park (www.q-park.se)
Thanks to Gianni
Virtues of Life (1995)
1.Virtues Of Life, 2.Craving Your Love, 3.Never Let You Go, 4.Too Young For Promises, 5.You Make Me Happy, 6.Spelling Bee, 7.Everything, 8.Let Me Take You Away, 9.Lost In Love, 10.Come Mek Wi Dance, 11.Never Say Goodbye, 12.I Never Needed, 13.Never Say Goodbye (Interlude), 14.Forever Young, 15.Music Is My Life, 16.Feed The World, 17.Do They Know It's Christmas?, 18.Never Let You Go (Jj's Remix),
If You Don't Know (1999)
1.Hands Of Time, 2.Dancing in the Key of Love, 3.Before You Never Call Me Again, 4.It's Your Move, 5.Believer, 6.Chains of Love, 7.If You Don't Know, 8.Something About You, 9.Always, 10.If I Could See Through Your Eyes, 11.Until You Opened Your Mouth, 12.Out of My League, 13.Hands of Time (NYC Magic Remix), 14.Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now Feat. Mystah Monroe, 15.If You Don't Know (Epic 2000 Remix),
Obsessive EP (1992)
Phantasy EP (1992)
Music Is My Life (1994)
Let Me Take You Away (1995)
Never Let You Go (1995)
Lost In Love (1996)
Forever Young (16th Dec 1996)
Universal Dream (1997)
Hands Of Time (1998)
Dancing In The Key Of Love (1998)
Chains Of Love (1999)
If You Don't Know (1999)
Before You Never Call Me Again (2000)
My Sentiments Exactly (with Mystah Munroe) (2001)
Temperance was created as a trio in Toronto. Lorraine Reid, the vocalist, was born in Toronto in 1977 and made her singing debut at a Parents' Night conference in grade school at the age of four. In addition to singing, she studied Linguistics and Psychology at York University in Toronto. She primarily enjoys listening to vocal jazz, rhythm and blues, and reggae.
Nick Fiorucci, likewise born in Toronto, began his career as a D.J. in the mid-80s and started his own record label in 1990. By the late '90s, he had become one of the most sought after mixers, producers and composers in the dance genre, collaborating with a wide range of musical artists.
Curtnail Anthony "Mystah" Munroe migrated to Canada with his family as he was 11. His talents as a dancer were nurtured in high school where he performed for numerous productions and competitions, eventually leading to work in music videos. His skill at writing and rapping put him in high demand as a contributing rapper and lyricist for other artists in and around Toronto. Signed to Attic Records' Hi Bias label, Temperance's sophomore release, If You Don't Know, appeared in early 1999
After a few EPs, Temperance released their first album Virtues Of Life in 1995 produced by Mark Ryan. They released several singles, among them the famous Foverer Young, a cover of Alphaville. They performed extensively not only throughout Canada, but across Europe, North America, Asia and parts of Africa, garnering multiple Juno nominations and Canadian video awards along the way for their innovative and entertaining dance music. Six of their singles were top 10 on the Canadian National Dance Chart
The second album came in 1999 under the label The Orchard. It was produced by Nick Fiorucci himself.
Lorraine went solo and got signed by the label Up From The Roots. She now sings soul and RnB.
Thanks to Vision
All Music Guide
Keep The Secret (1995)
Label : Alabianca Records. Keep The Secret was composed and written by R. Rosan, H. Schmidt and Mona D (who was also the female vocalist)
Linda Temple was said to be the female vocalist for the Cabballero project.
What's Going On (30th Apr 1996)
Everybody Get Up (2000)
The first single What's Going On was produced and composed by Maurizio Braccagni and Roberto Gallo Salsotto, recorded and mixed at Stockhouse and Mabra studio.
Everybody Get Up featured Manola Savoldi. It was composed, written and arranged by Manola and Max Persona. Maybe it's a different project. The single was released in Germany and Japan under Double X Voice.
2010 : Everybody Get Up was remixed in handsup style by Jimmy Galli and re-released under the name Manola Project - Everybody Get Up.
Let It Be (25th Nov 1993)
Your Toy (28th Mar 1995)
It's Your Love (18th Jan 1996)
Ten Minutes are the composer Michael Bolte, together with the writers Hans Alberts and Thorsten M. Wild.
The first single Let It Be was recorded at M Studios, in Cologne. The second single Your Toy, their best release, featuring the voice of Tina Jones. It contained a B-side called A New Time Dawns (The Way Of Future). The last single It's Your Love features the voice of a vocalist called Yasmin. It included a B-side called Waiting For A Life. In both their last singles, they mention a support by the Toys'r'Us company, maybe they composed a music for one of their TV commercials ?
A very rare but excellent single was released only on vinyl under the label Prefix, licensed in Spain under Boy Records, it was entitled Love.
Thanks to Eurotraxx
Spanish producer and songwriter Xasqui Ten founded Ten Productions in 1988 with his brother Toni Ten. They stand behind many Spanish eurodance projects.
Artists and groups featuring Ten (Xasqui)
Amen - Vivimos Siempre Juntos (1996)
Carmina - Estoy Aqui (1996)
KLJ - Move Everybody Dance (1994)
KU Minerva - Llorando Por Ti (1994)
Latin Spirit - Independent Love Song (1995)
MK Project - Let The Music Play (1996)
Mission - Because You Loved Me (1996), Missing (1995), Think Twice (1995), You Are Not Alone (1995), Your Loving Arms (1995)
Rebeca - Corazon Corazon (1995), Cállate Ya (1996), Más Que Un Engaño (1995)
Scanners - Pure (1995)
Speed Limit - Cry For Your Love (1995), Don't Give Me Up (1996), Paradise (1996), Remember (1996)
Viva (2) - Keep On Dreaming (1997)
You Got to Fight (5th Mar 1994)
The single Movin contains samples of Corona's Rhythm Of The Night. The vinyl contained 4 versions : Sciabola Mix, Radio Mix, Maya Mix and Frank-Z Mix. It was produced by G. Del Barba and Giorgio Bonardi, recorded and arranged by P. Grazioli. Label : DDM Records. It was licensed in 1996 under the German label ZYX.
For the single You Got to Fight, Tenax producers teamed up with FB Machine producers. The vinyl contained 4 versions: Original Mix, Happy Child, European and Acappella. It was produced by G. Del Barba , Giorgio Bonardi and DDM Team. Label : Flying Records
Thanks to reBeL and Alex Capilé
Up And Down ()
Tell Me (1995)
Let Me Love You For Tonight (1997)
The single Tell Me was released in 1995 under X-Energy records label. It was recorded at Black Studio in Pisa, mixed and produced by Frederico Scavo and Riccardo Menichetti.
Let Me Love You For Tonight was produced by J. Ferrer, released in 1997 under the label X-Energy Records. It was arranged and remixed in 1997 in Black Recording Studio in Ponte a Egola (Pisa PI) of Italy by Riccardo Menichatti and Federico Scavo. Maxi-single was never released on any label, nor as CD or vinyl. It included 3 versions : Euro Mix, Radio Mix and Mix Version
Thanks to Marian Stoica, Hickermann and Alex Capilé
She is N-Trance's new female vocalist. Her voice appears on their 2004 single I'm In Heaven. She had previously did a duo with Scott Brown for the hardcore singles Hold Me / Paranoia, and I'm The Only One / Liberation. She also took part to the Q-Tex project.
Artists and groups featuring Tennant (Gillian)
N-Trance - I'm In Heaven (2004)
Rapper of Solid Base.
Thomas was born in Sweden in 1971, raised in Africa and has also lived in Indonesia and Saudi Arabia. He studied life above all. Back in Stockholm he plunged deep into the music of the city. He worked in a restaurant as a chef for a while. He has also been a rapper for about ten years. He finally met the producers Jonas Eriksson and Mattias Eliasson, and they became friends. He started working as a radio DJ while the Solid Base project was being created. One day, Jonas and Matthias called him to listen to the rappers auditioned for the group. They asked his, just for fun, if he could do some rapping and he agreed. The result satisfied them so much, that they asked Thomas if he wanted to be part of the group.
Thomas says that life doesn't get to be much better than this, because he loves being on stage and working with Jonas Eriksson and Mattias Eliasson, and the rest of the team around Solid Base. Thomas describes his work with her partner Isabelle : 'Fantastic. We have a great time together and we laugh a lot. Sometimes it's hard but you just have to deal with it'.
Thomas loves hip hop (Dr. Dre, Eminem, Public Enemy, the old N.W.A. stuff, Bone Thugs N' Harmony) but also a lot of other music (such as the Backstreet Boys for their professional talent)
2006 : Thomas Nordin joined the group Reset as a new member. The group are currently working on new material in Stig's studio. The first single is to be a cover of the 1986 hit Fake from Alexander O'Neal
Artists and groups featuring Teo T
Solid Base - Dance To The Beat (1994), In Your Dreams (1994), Mirror, Mirror (1995), Sha La Long (2000), This Is How We Do It (1999), Ticket To Fly (1999)
Dance Dance Dance (1995)
Hey Mr Jazzman (1996)
Tequila was a Czech eurodance project based in Ostrava. It featured female vocalist Monika Paciová and rappers Attila Vencel and Tomi Nikolov. Jiří Ogurek and Jiří Gavlas managed the project. Label : Prolux.
Thanks to EurodanceRage and BroderTuck
Let Me Feel Your Energy ()
Feel The Rhythm (1992)
It's Just A Feeling (1992)
Only Your Love (1992)
Natural High / Who Do You Think You Are Fooling (1993)
I Can't Techno More (1995)
Terrorize was a project of Shaun Imrei
Pump Up My Soul (1994)
Pump Up My Soul was written by E. Mottas and H. Wagner. The song was dedicated to all the people with PUMPS on their feet.
Thanks to Gianni
One Love To Justify (2000)
1.Intro, 2.One Love, 3.Justify My Love, 4.Viva L'Amor, 5.Stay, 6.In My Dreams, 7.Get The News, 8.Crazy, 9.Confusion, 10.Story Of My Life, 11.Dope Groove,
Justify My Love (2000)
Viva L'amor (2000)
One Love (2000)
The Second You Sleep (16th Jun 2004)
Tess Mattisson was born on the 13th of February 1978 in Stockholm. She grew up in Solna, in the North of Stockholm where she lived with her mother until she was 15 years old. Her exotic looks reveals her origin from India/Finland on her father's side and Belgium/Sweden on her mother's. She studied French language during 3 years. At the age of 15, Tess gave up her studies and got the opportunity to start dancing at different night-clubs all around Sweden. She also worked during daytime at the Sheraton Hotel. She took the chance since music and dance are her big passions. Tess taste of music is very broad and she gets off on anything from classical music to heavy house-techno. She hasn't set any goals in music business, but wants to live one day at a time.
To her merits one can count danceacts with Dr Alban, Rob'n Raz and Drömhus (Dreamhouse). She has also sung backup vocals and danced with Basic Element. Then in 1998 she became La Cream's voice. Their first single Château d´amour was released at Dr. Records / Arcade Music. The single became a hit and they decided to go on. The second single, You, was La Cream's first commercial hit and it sold Gold in both Sweden and Norway
'If you don't like the music you're doin, you can't do it with your heart. Then you can't perform it with the right feeling. When being out I although like a bit harder music and not euro that much. La Cream is dance music and I love dance.' Tess likes the current artists : 'I like Madonna. She's a great artist, who's done music for years. I like new Swedish artists like Markoolio, he's the funniest artist in the world. Antiloop is good. I listen to all kinds of music.'
In 2000, after about 160 shows with La Cream, Tess left the project. "It was a fantastic time", says Tess, who during these two years got the opportunity to go to a lot of interesting places and to meet a lot of exciting people. She released her first solo single, Justify My Love, which sounded just like La Cream's tracks, as it was composed and produced by Ari Lehtonen from La Cream. Tess' forthcoming album was composed and produced by David Kreuger, Jörgen Elofsson, C&N Project, Juha Myllylä and Jorge Vasconcelo, who is the former member of La Cream.
The next single is entitled Viva L'amor. On the 20th of May Tess participated on NRJ Spring Break Party in Kungsträdgården (Stockholm). On the 15th-16th of June Tess performed at the Power Summer Party (On the 15th in Gothenburg/Liseberg and on the 16th in Stockholm/Gröna Lund). On the 23rd of October she released her debut album.
2002 : Tess' voice was featured by the SM-Trax project, and the single was released in Germany. She was also featured on the track Dum Da Dum released in 2002 as Gee Moore vs. Tess. This song was actually a cover of the Melodie MC's classic originally released in 1993. It was only released on a compilation called Clubber's Guide To... 2002.
2004 : Tess is back for good with a new single called The Second You Sleep. It peaked to #12 in August in the Swedish charts. A very hot video was recorded...
2005 : Tess' new single is entitled Breathless. It entered the Swedish charts at #27 at the end of April.
2008 : Tess worked as an Operating Manager in KM Group
2009 : she was Project Manager Great Taste 2009 for Connoisseur International
2010 : Tess starting working in Clarion Hotel Stockholm where she had already had a position in 2007
2011 : she did studies in Berghs School of Communication, and obtained a diploma in Kommunikation & PR.
2012 : she left Clarion Hotel to work in Nordic Choice Hotels as a content manager.
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Tess Official Homepage
Dance Artists Infos
Thanks to Vision, Gianni and Denis "DJ Hooligan" Zhabkin
Artists and groups featuring Tess
Gee Moore - Dum da Dum (2002)
La Cream - Château d'Amour (1997), Free (1999), Say Goodbye (1999), Sound & Vision (album) (1998), You (1998)
SM Trax - Feel The Music (2002)
I'm Burnin' (1999)
I'm Burnin' appeared on Croatian compilation Europlus vol. 1. It featured a solo male vocalist.
Crackcorn was released under Remixed Records. The single inlcudes 2 remixes by Solid Base.
Always (24th Jul 1993)
Power Of Love (21st Jan 1994)
Take A Chance On Me (10th Feb 1995)
Over The Night (5th Feb 1996)
Girl Just Wanna Have Fun (1997)
Do You Really Want To Look For My Love (10th Mar 1997)
Power Of Love (1994)
Musical team : Matahari, Selenia (both also took part to the Kangaroo project, but is it the same Selenia that took part to 3-O-Matic's album ?), Gigi Cerin, Danny Milano. The single was released in Italy under Dig It - Mela Music and in Germany under Direct Effect. The vocalist really sounded like Annerly Gordon.
According to their biography published by their records company, SAIFAM Publishing Group, the commercial house music was for Texture the best sound to get the public. They were born in 1990 and they began the training by singing and playing famous international house-covers in discotheques and clubs. The live performances allowed them to create their own music and style. This long and lucky adventure helped the band to gather the ideas and the sound of its first record.
In 1993 the project was ready and they got a contract with newly founded label Hot line records in Milan. The single Always was produced by Farina and Crivellente, and recorded at Factory Sound studios. It was their first single, and also the first entry in Hot Line records' catalog. Annerly Gordon could have done vocals for the single.
The two next singles The Power Of Love and Take A Chance On Me did some waves in the music world, sure to be big hits in discotheques thanks to their strong rhythm and good keyboard playing. After several changes in the band, now composed by Barbara Marani and Alessandro Perrone, goes on with the success.
Thanks to Klems and Gianni
Texture biography on SAIFAM website
Everybody Love (7th Jan 1994)
The single was released in Italy in January 1994 under DWA records, licenced in Germany in February 1994 under ZYX and under Panic records in France. It was composed by Claudio Malatesti, Riccardo Salani, written bt Gwen Antti and Alessandro Sussex.
Thanks to reBeL and Apho
Final Countdown (1993)
The single The Final Countdown is a cover of the hit song initially released by Europe. The single included a B-side entitled Just Lay On Down, written and composed by Barry Leng and Duncan Hannant (who also stood behind the projects En-Rage and E'Voke). It was published by B&W Music Ltd / 12 Inch/Pitch Control AB.
Thanks to Mikoo and Hickermann
Just Keep In Your Love (1992)
Give It To Me (29th May 1993)
Soul & Body (27th May 1994)
Colours Of Us (1996)
Label : DJ Movement Records label. The musical team includes Pieradis Rossini, G. Fanelli and Paola Peroni.
Their very first single was entitled Technoforte, released in 1991. Then came Just Keep In Your Love and Mekanika the following year. Just Keep In Your Love was licensed in Germany under ZYX. Mekanika featured a vocal sample from Jellybean - The Mexican (the "Makes it hard to dream" part)
In 1993, Give It To Me was released. It was licensed in France under Versailles (a sublabel of Sony Music) and featured on their compilation Top DJ.
1994 : Magic featured Hysteria (Emil Hellman) and Master Rapper Pope. The same year, Soul & Body was licensed under Dance Street Records in Germany, Indisc in Belgium, and Boy Records in Spain.
Never was released in 1995. It featured Chris Bard and Lorena Haarkur. The came Colours Of Us.
Thanks to BroderTuck
Love 4 Liberty (1996)
1.Missing In The Rain, 2.Love 4 Liberty, 3.Crazy For Love, 4.Nite Away, 5.I'm On Your Side, 6.I Love To Dance, 7.Love Hate Love, 8.Coming Up, 9.Luv Luv Luv, 10.Lonely Mind, 11.Missing In The Rain RMX, 12.Love 4 Liberty RMX, 13.I'm On Your Side RMX, 14.Nite Away RMX, 15.Love Hate Love RMX,
Love 4 Liberty 2002 (2002)
1.Coming Up (First Mix), 2.Love Hate Love (Deep Club Mix), 3.I'm On Your Side, 4.Lonely Mind, 5.I'll Be Your Number One (Radio Edit), 6.Luv Luv Luv, 7.Missing In The Rain (Attack Fm), 8.Bahia - Todos Cantares (Mi Tiera Edit), 9.Love For Liberty (Radio Edit), 10.I Love To Dance, 11.Nite Away (Prodigy Mix), 12.Angel Of Love (Ocean Drive Mix), 13.Crazy For Love, 14.I'm On Your Side (Remix Y2K), 15.Video Clips,
Fix Me ()
Runaway Train (Apr 1994)
I'm On Your Side (4th Oct 1994)
Missing In The Rain (17th Jul 1995)
Love 4 Liberty (29th Jul 1996)
I'll Be Your Number One (16th Dec 1996)
Bahia (Todos Cantares) (12th Jun 1997)
Tierra Del Sol (May 1998)
I'm On Your Side 2000/Bahia 2000 (1999)
Angel Of Love (26th Oct 1999)
Love 4 Liberty 2000 (Apr 2000)
Whatever I Do Wherever I Go (4th Jan 2008)
Frozen (2nd Jun 2008)
Everywhere (28th Aug 2008)
Chemistry (10th Mar 2009)
You're The First (25th Sep 2009)
Wanted (13th Jun 2011)
Ooh Ah Just A Little Bit (11th Jul 2011)
Skyscraper (24th Sep 2011)
Give Your Heart A Break (29th Jun 2012)
The Way (21st Oct 2013)
Neon Lights (25th Feb 2014)
Boom Clap (22nd Jul 2014)
Really Don't Care (10th Sep 2014)
Break The Rules (14th Oct 2014)
Elastic Heart (28th Apr 2015)
I Bet (26th May 2015)
Reason (17th Jun 2015)
Confident (12th Nov 2015)
Dangerous Woman (17th Jun 2016)
Into You (25th Jul 2016)
Church Bells (24th Sep 2016)
Waterfalls (23rd Mar 2017)
Everyday (12th Apr 2017)
Cut To The Feeling (2nd Sep 2017)
Tell Me You Love Me (28th Sep 2017)
All Falls Down (13th Jan 2018)
The Boss (13th Apr 2018)
I'm On Your Side (1994)
Records company : SAIFAM Publishing Group
Musical team : Mauro Farina, F. Serra
The project was created by the French record company Ramdam Factory in collaboration with Mauro Farina.The group featured Fauve as frontlady, while Ramses (the model and dancer Djanis Mitchell) did the raps. The two first singles, I'm On Your Side and Missing In The Rain were a hit on dance floors in Spain, Japan, Benelux, South America and especially in France, where the group did most of their shows, and where their video clips were recorded. Strangely, on the sleeve on one of the versions of I'm On Your Side, one can read "TH Express feat Moe". Actually there is a strong probabilty that Fauve has never sung for TH Express. Annerly Gordon was the voice on I'm On Your Side. As for the other songs on the album, rumors said that Melody Castellari sung on Love 4 Liberty. More recently, it was revealed that vocals actually belonged to singer Jackie Bodimead. Fauve only did the French spoken parts on the album track Crazy 4 Love. As for Djanis, he probably lipsynced too.
In April 1996, the album Love 4 Liberty (an excellent album containing some amazing eurodance tracks, such as Luv Luv Luv or Coming Up which was covered by a project called Piccadilly) was released, together with their 3rd single (with the same name). Although their first singles were typically eurodance tracks, Love 4 Liberty sounded more housy, following the mainstream of European dancemusic (even if one of the remixes was an amazing Eurodance track). In 1997, they released another single, called I'll Be Your Number One, their last real Eurodance song. On this track, which is not featured on the album, there is no rap from Ramses.
May 1998 : after a year of wait, a new TH Express single was out in Italy. Called Tierra Del Sol, it should have been licensed in France through Ramdam Factory but finally it was never released in this country. It was a latino song close to Bahia (Todos Cantares). Then came in 1999 the remixes of I'm On Your Side RMX 2000 and Bahia RMX 2000. We had to wait another year to have another new original single released : Angel Of Love (under One-Way records).
2000 : TH Express released a remix of Love 4 Liberty.
2002 : the album Love 4 Liberty 2002 was released in Russia by the company Cool Hit Publishing Y2K. It contained the originals songs released between 1994 and 2000, as well as some remixes and a multimedia part with the clips of Love For Liberty, Missing In The Rain and I'll Be Your Number One.
2008 : tracks keep on being recorded and released under the name TH Express. The are usually available as digital releases only. In January, Whatever I Do Wherever I Go was released. It featured the current SAIFAM "standard singer" (known as Hazell). She comes from the United States...
Frozen, a very nice dance duet, was released on June 2nd.
2010 : Djanis tries to launch a carreer of underground rapper.
Eur@lex Unofficial TH Express Page
Fred's Dance Web Site
Thanks to DJ Eugene, Klems, Sacha Busch, Ana Paula for the latest informations.
Producer and songwriter Thami Dee took part to the projects Echo Bass, Phase 2 Phase and was featured by Favilli.
Artists and groups featuring Thami Dee
Echo Bass - Givin' It Up (1996), Say Up And Down (1996)
Favilli - Night Fever (1997)
Jocasta - Rap I Am (1997)
Phase 2 Phase - I've Got The Feeling (1996)
Sara Sara - Happy to Be Loved
Top Ten - The Good Times (1995)
Virtual Paradise - Today & Tonight (1996)
All Nite 2 Nite (1995)
Label : Ra.Re. Single was arranged by Nabissi and Gabrielli, mixed by A. Zullo, L. Vignato and R. Stecca at Blue Velvet Studio, produced by A. Zullo and R. Gabrielli, written by Zullo, Nabissi and Gabrielli. Rapper really sounded like Rodney Harris from K-Mono project.
Thanks to David Nivin "Captain DJ" and reBeL
My Dreams (1996)
The project features the rapper Tony Dyer and a female vocalist.
Thanks to Necronomic
Samurai (a cover of a song originally released by Michael Cretu) featured a solo male vocalist. It was mixed and arranged by Carlo Fath at Nowhere Studio. Published under Lombardoni Ed. Mus., it was released under label Clown.
Over My Heart (1997)
Label : Oval
You've Got The Power (1995)
The single (a cover of a Su Kramer sing originally released in 1976) was produced by Claudio Breviglieri. Label: Angel's Movement.
Back 2 Liverpool (1995)
Back 2 Liverpool was featured on Polish compilations Hit News Vol. 8 and Snake's Fast Track Mix Vol. 2.
You Think You're A Man (1995)
Spanish dance act that was produced and arranged by Alvaro Campos, Hector Roldan, Pedro Bol, and Pedro Marzo. It recorded a dance version of The Vaselines’ You Think You’re A Man in 1995. Record was distributed by Kong Records. Label: Cyber Music.
Thanks to Ulysses
The single Runaway was licensed in France under Scorpio / Mascotte Music and in Spain under Max Music. It was composed and written by Palumbo and Mazzoli, recorded and mixed by DJ Max Kelly and Modena, produced by DJ Max Kelly and Alex B.
There was a mistake in the group's name, on some sleeves it was written The Beats All (probably an allusion to the Beatles), on some others The All Beats.
Thanks to Emperor Absolutus and Astralys
I Wanna Feel The Music (1994)
Raggadaggadadiggidingdinggidong (Jan 1995)
This Germany project featured a female vocalist, a male vocalist and a male rapper.
Raggadaggadadiggidingdinggidong was released as a CD maxi which contained 4 versions : Country ragga radio, Country ragga mix, Piano pump mix, Full speed mix. It was produced by the Wild Boys (who also remixed some tracks for Sex Club, Jay Jay Okocha, Jestofunk, and Vicious Delicious and produced MC Crown's Robots, Timmy Thomas Why Can't We Live Together in 1990, MC Romeo Ah! Freak Out in 1990, Sissy Penis Factory Everybody Fuck Now in 1991, Susan S - Good Times in 1991, Trancedellic's single Falling in 1994). It was released under Intercord Tonträger.
I Wanna Feel The Music featured vocals by Kim Davis and contained a few Indian samples. The CDM contained 4 versions: Radio mix, Indian extended mix, T-T-Tribal mix, heartbeat mix.
In 1995, a promo maxi remixes CD of Raggadaggadadiggidingdinggidong was released. In 2013, these remixes appeared on digital download platforms.
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Do It To Me, Babe (1993)
The Bishops is a project of Carl Fath and Severo Lombardoni featuring Sandy Chambers.
Touch The Fire (30th May 1997)
The project included a rapper and a female vocalist. The single Touch The Fire was written by Christian Steffer, Big Reggie, Claudio Ciaidella and Jürg Imhoof (who was also producer for the project). In the CD single one could find a Power Radio Mix, Power Extended mix, a Rave the Bass Instrumental and a Trance Mix. It was released under Wet Stuff Music/Edel records in Germany, Rhythm Revolution label in Switzerland. The song was chosen as official song for Eurobowl 1997.
Thanks to Eurodance Rage and DWS
One Of Us (1996)
Label: Blanco Y Negro
Make Me Feel (1994)
You Set Me Free (1994)
Spirit Free (1995)
I Need Your Passion (1995)
Dancin' In The Fire (1995)
Lolly Pop (1996)
The project, reated by Dave Rodgers, features Annerley Gordon, Fausto Guio and Virginelle (aka Elena Gobbi). All the singles were featured on Japanese compilations released under the label Avex.
Music Of Belgium (1995)
It's A Love Thing (1994)
Waste Your Time (1995)
Written and composed by Samy Deep (2 Boys), Serge Ramaekers and Dominic Sas. Published by More Music/EMI Music Publishing.
Thanks to Simone Lacrimi and Cyber-Dance
Open Your Eyes (1996)
The producers of The Company are Andres Romero, Ruud Wouters and Wim Van Limpt. Vocals were done by Marie-Anne. Label: Triple-B Records.
Andres Romero and Wim van Limpt did remixes for Twenty 4 Seven under the name Ruyters & Romero.
One Night In Bangkok (1993)
Return To Innocence (1994)
You're My Man (1995)
The singles were released under the label 21st Century records (SAIFAM Publishing group).
One Night In Bangkok (a cover by a song originally released by the Murray Head) was arranged and produced by M. Farina, G. Crivellente, Fadinger. Additional Production by George G. It was recorded and mixed at Factory Sound Studios in Verona (Italy) by Johnny Mix and F. Serra. It was covered again in 2005 by the Vinylshakers.
Return To Innocence / Kyrie (a cover of Enigma's single) was produced by M. Farina, Cerin and Milano. Ambient Mix was produced by M. Farina, F. Serra, and Johnny Mix, mixed at Factory Sound Studios by F. Turatti.
Everywhere featured the voice of Teresa Powell. It was written by: Cosenza, Turatti, M. Farina and Zilli, produced by F.C.F., mixed at Tick Tack Studios and Factory Sound Studios by Johnny Mix and F. Serra.
You're My Man featured Annerly Gordon. It was arranged and produced by M. Farina, G. Crivellente, Fadinger. Additional arrangement was done by F. Serra and Johnny Mix. It was recorded and mixed at Factory Sound Studios.
Manila was released under another SAIFAM label : New Meal Power. It featured GQ Jay. The single was produced by The Big Family for Shalma-So Organization. The New York Music coordinator was Max "Scatchin" of DJ Company. Additional programming was done by Tom Costa. "
Thanks to reBeL
Desde Mi Libertad (1995)
Spanish dance act The Cover Masters consisted of producers Victor Angel, Luis López and Carlos Eisman. First single Desde Mi Libertad was released in 1995 and it featured the voice of Andina. It included track I Want Your Sex (George Michael's hit cover) as B-side. Next year came single Loca - No Me Importa Nada featuring vocals by Margó. Label: Beat 2U Records.
Thanks to Ulysses
Believe In Yourself (1995)
Call Me (1995)
Believe In Yourself 2002 (2002)
The singles were released under Full Time records. The first mention of a track called Believe In Yourself is dated from 1983 ! At this time, the project was just named Creatures. Another version was released in 1995, and it's an amazing eurodance track. Then a third version was released later in 2002.
House Music (1996)
Touch Me There (1996)
The Crowd is a project of Marcel Theunissen, Michel Diederiks and Patrick de Schrevel.
Thanks to Gianni
An Angel (1995)
Spanish dance act that was produced by Dr. Aquil (José Aquilino Rodriguez), arranged by Roberto Valcarcel. It recorded a cover of the song An Angel, originally performed by The Kelly Family. Label: Bit Music
Thanks to Ulysses
Come On Let's Go (1995)
Without You (23rd Jul 1997)
The project features a solo male singer. The singles were released under the label Italian Style.
Come On Let's Go was written by W. Cremonini & A. Gilardi.
True Love (1996)
It is a Spanish eurodance act produced by Elio de Palma y Moncho Tamames. They featured Juan P. Alcalá and Irene, who did backing vocals. The Dream released the single True Love in 1996. Label: Lethal Records.
Thanks to Ulysses
Don't Stop The Music (1993)
Written by M. Abraham & M. Tucci and released under ZYX Music.
Thanks to Vision
1.Humanitas, 2.Rebel Song (Datura Remix), 3.Explosion, 4.Phil Song, 5.Extasy Express ('92 Remix), 6.X-2OR, 7.You Drive Me Wild (DBM Remix), 8.Techno Latino, 9.People, 10.Extasy Express (Original Mix), 11.Walkman,
Extasy Express (1991)
Rebel Song! (1991)
You Drive Me Wild (1991)
You Got Me Burning (1993)
Feel The Vibe (1994)
Extasy Express (1991)
You Drive Me Wild (1991)
Rebel Song! (1991)
Label: Flying Records. The End are A. Pavesi, M. Molella and A. Di Molfetta.
In 1993, You Got Me Burning was released. Mixed and arranged by Phil Jay, it featured vocals by Kay Bianco aka Caterina Ciancio
Feel The Vibe was a very nice eurodance song. It featured once again Kay Bianco.
Thansk to Apho
Robotic Trance (1995)
Producer : Ian Flex
This project features a rapper and a female vocalist whose voices were also featured by the dance project Joan and John. Their single Robotic Trance was written by Eric Maria and Ian Flex, it was remixed by ian Flex at Bad House Studios, and appeared on a French compilation : Hit des Clubs vol. 5.
Thanks to Astralys
Feel The Fire ()
Feel The Fire was a cover of the Masterboy's song.
Crazy World (11th Mar 1996)
1.Lover On the Line (Radio Edit), 2.Shout ! (Extended Version), 3.Good Girls, 4.Born Crazy (Radio Edit), 5.Loveletter from Space, 6.Happy, 7.Dream, 8.Anna, 9.Children of the Night, 10.Dance the Night Away (Extended Version), 11.Lover On the Line (Offbeat Remix), 12.Shout ! (DJ Quicksilver Remix), 13.Dance the Night Away (Struck by Sunlight Remix),
Born Crazy (10th Oct 1994)
Dance the Night Away (7th Feb 1995)
Lover On the Line (9th Sep 1995)
Loveletter from Space (1996)
Shout (26th Feb 1996)
Born Crazy (1994)
Dance the Night Away (1995)
Lover On The Line (1995)
Loveletter from Space (1996)
Members : Charles Simmons (vocals and rap) Ayla J. (vocals), Iris Trevisan (vocals), Virginia Michailoglou (profi dancer), Nejet Yolcu (profi dancer)
The group was formed in 1994 by Felix J. Gauder and Olaf Roberto Bossi. Together with Charles Simmons, the frontman and singer of The Free, they composed and arranged their music in a high-tech home studio. They spent weeks composing and arranging intro, strophe, bridge and refrain so it should be a perfect rhythm, with groove and melody all in one piece. With meticulous detail work and with great enthusiasm the result was the typical The Free chart- and club compatible Euro-Pop-Housemusic style and also some sentimental Soul-ballads.
Everything has begun with their first release Born Crazy on Sony Music Dance Pool, which was accomplishedby the co-operation with manager Andreas 'Bär' Lasker and his BearMusic Factory. In the typical euro style Iris Trevisan, singer at that time, and rapper Charles Simmons sang themselves into the 'earthlyheaven' of the artists. At the first go the debut single Born Crazy managed to hit the top 50 of Media Control.
With the second single Lover On The Line the producers together with Charles Simmons who also works as songwriter prepared thefurther success of The Free. Lover On The Line became the club and disco hit as such and the paved the way for countless LIVE gigs across Germany partly in the course of the Coca-Cola Mega Mix Connection. Thissong raced into the top 40 as well and the third single Dance The Night Away reached no.44 of the MCC despite the easing off euro trash movement.
In the middle of 1995 singer Iris Trevisan left The Free for health reasons. The newest member of The Free was singer and front woman Alida Johnson (Ayla J). With her, new tracks were recorded, produced and dressed into a club and chart compatible garment. However, none of them had been released as single.
With their now released fourth single Shout The Free prove that the switch to pop house did more than succeed. Solely the name Charles Simmons stands for one of the best soul/house voices in the dance of thenineties. An additional pleasure are the Shout Remixes by DJ Quicksilver, Nico Herz und Drop Dishes which where specially ordered for the clubs.
At the album Crazy Worlds, published in April, there were more than the already mentioned titles, e.g. Loveletter From Space which could be confidently classified with "the finest in euro pop house". Another bonus are the partly remixed tracks Lover On The Line and Dance The Night Away as well as the wide musical spectrum from euro house via club soul up to catchy soul ballads. About Loveletter From Space : "I believe the track was inspired by a love letter Olaf wrote to his then girlfriend (now his wife since over five years.)" Charles Simmons explains.
Also in 1996 The Free planned to perform their music live. With a new stageshow, new outfits, the professional dancers Nejet Yolcu and Virginia Michailoglou and a polished choreography they will present themselves real live on tour again.
Afterwards a single was recorded but never released, Fly, still featuring Charles' voice alone. It also included a B-side entitled You're The One For Me. Afterwards, the contract of the group with Dance Pool (Sony Music) expired, and was not renewed.
2001 : a track called Loveletter From Space 2001 was released under the name Relounge feat. Charles Simmons.
2003 : in an interview done by Mikeoy (Serious Eurodance) in July 2003, Charles Simmons gave some news about the different members of the project. Olaf Bossi was attending Audio Engineering school, Felix Gauder was currently producing Jimmy Sommerville, and also working on his project Novaspace. Charles himself was doing lots of live gigs in Germany, a lot of songwriting and some producing, mostly for R&B, Hip-Hop and Pop projects. and Alida (Ayla J) got married and had moved in the USA. He concluded : "We've all moved on, but The Free was a nice ride".
Somebody To Love (22nd Aug 1995)
Name of the Game (25th Jun 1996)
This single Somebody To Love was composed, arranged and produced by Gino Lodi, Stefano Mango and Susanna Dal Gesso. The CD includes an MBRG mix, an Underdroid version and a Droid mix. It was released in Italy under the X-Energy label.
Stop This Dream (1995)
Stop This Dream was composed and written by D. Fact, S. Lauren and M. Gillio. It was published by BPM/Koch Music Publ. in 1995.
Rhythm Is Hard (1993)
Get The Power (20th Apr 1994)
Break It Up (1995)
Save Me (1995)
Music Is My Life (1996)
The Hard Concert are Graziano Fanelli, Paola Peroni, Paolo Armaroli and Pieradis Rossini. Label : DJ Movement
I Feel The Time (1995)
I Feel The Time featured vocals by Sandy Chambers. It was mixed by Carlo Fath and F. Tripodi, written by Flexter, C. Fath and F. Tripodi. Label: Discomagic Records
Mortal Kombat The Album (1994)
1.Johnny Cage (Prepare Yourself), 2.Kano (Use Your Might), 3.Sub-Zero (Chinese Ninja Warrior), 4.Liu Kang (Born In China), 5.Techno Syndrome (Mortal Kombat), 6.Scorpion (Lost Soul Bent On Revenge), 7.Sonya (Go Go Go), 8.Rayden (Eternal Life), 9.Goro (The Outworld Prince), 10.Hypnotic House (Mortal Kombat),
Mortal Kombat (1992)
Sonya (Go Go Go) (1994)
Techno Syndrome ('97 Mix) (1997)
Theme From Mortal Kombat (Encounter The Ultimate) (1997)
The Immortals were a Belgian project created by Maurice Engelen (Praga Khan) and Oliver Adams (2 Fabiola, Boyz) after Virgin asked them to write and produce an album for the #1 videogame of the time "Mortal Kombat".
Maurice and Oliver had already collaborated together on the project Lords of Acid. Featured singers were Dieter Troubleyn, and Julie Wells (also vocalist of Channel X). Some songs reminded to 2 Unlimited's early releases.
All the songs of the album were inspired in the fighting videogame "Mortal Kombat" released by American videogame publisher and developer Midway in 1992. The album featured a song for each character, except Reptile, and Shang Tsung those who also appeared in the first videogame of MK.
In Mortal Kombat were named Kano, Liu Kang, Raiden, Johnny Cage, Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Sonya. The single was released in 1993, for the first Mortal Kombat movie soundtrack. It was also used in TV advertisements for the movie trailer, and Mortal Kombat: Live Tour
Sonya (Go Go Go), a very nice eurodance track inspired from the character Sonya Blade, was released as single in 1994.
Praga Khan and Oliver Adams then started collaborating on the project Channel X.
In 1997 they released Techno Syndrome ('97 Mix) with new character names added, this time Liu Kang, Sonya, Jax, Kitana, Jade, Sub-Zero, Scorpion, Cyrax, Smoke, Sheeva, Motaro.
Theme From Mortal Kombat (Encounter The Ultimate) appeared on "Mortal Kombat Annihilation"'s movie original motion soundtrack album.
Thanks to Abelito
The Reason Of My Life (1995)
The project features a solo female vocalist and samples of Da Smooth Baron MC's raps sampled from 2 Brothers On The 4th Floor - Can't Help Myself. Label: MAX Music.
The Black Room ()
What The Fuck Is Going On? (15th Jun 1987)
1.Hey, Hey We Are Not The Monkees, 2.Don't Take Five, 3.Rockman Rock [parts 1 and 2], 4.Me Ru Con, 5.The Queen And I, 6.All You Need Is Love, 7.Next,
The White Room Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1988)
1.Kylie Said To Jason (Edit), 2.3 A.M. Eternal (Original), 3.Go To Sleep, 4.Make It Rain, 5.Church Of The KLF, 6.No More Tears, 7.Build A Fire, 8.Lovers Side, 9.The White Room, 10.Born Free, 11.What Time Is Love (Monster attack mix), 12.Madrugada Eterna (Original), 13.Primal Megamix, 14.Kylie Said Trance, 15.Kylie In A Trance (Extended + hidden tracks),
Chill Out & Space (Feb 1990)
1.Brownsville Turnaround On The Tex-Mex Border, 2.Pulling Out Of Ricardo And The Dusk Is Falling Fast, 3.Six Hours To Louisiana, Black Coffee Going Cold, 4.Dream Time In Lake Jackson, 5.Madrugada Eterna, 6.Justfied And Ancient Seems A Long Time Ago, 7.Elvis On The Radio, Steel Guitar In My Soul, 8.3AM Somewhere Out Of Beaumont, 9.Wichita Lineman Was A Song I Once Heard, 10.Transcentral Lost In My Mind, 11.The Lights Of Baton Rouge Pass By, 12.A Melody From A Past Life Keeps Pulling Me Back, 13.Rock Radio Into The Nineties And Beyond, 14.Alone Again With The Dawn Coming Up,
The White Room (4th Mar 1991)
1.What Time Is Love ?, 2.Make It Rain, 3.3 A.M. Eternal, 4.Church Of The K, 5.Last Train To Trancentral, 6.Build A Fire, 7.The White Room, 8.No More Tears, 9.Justified & Ancient,
This Is What KLF Is About ()
All You Need Is Love (Feb 1987)
Burn The Beat (5th Mar 1988)
Doctorin' The Tardis (23rd May 1988)
What Time Is Love (17th Oct 1988)
Kylie Said To Jason (31st Jul 1989)
What Time Is Love (Live at Trancentral) (30th Jul 1990)
3 A.M. Eternal (7th Jan 1991)
Make It Rain (Feb 1991)
Last Train To Trancentral (22nd Apr 1991)
America : What Time Is Love? (Oct 1991)
It's Grim Up North (28th Oct 1991)
Justified & Ancient (25th Nov 1992)
The Magnificent (1995)
Fuck The Millenium (1997)
Waiting For The Rights Of Mu (1997)
KLF means Kings Of The Low Frequency or Kopyright Liberation Front. The 2 producers Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty featured various rappers (such as Ricardo Da Force ) and vocalists. Trancentral is the name of their recording studio.
At the start of 1987 The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu (the JAMs) released their debut single All You Need Is Love, an anti-AIDS anthem featuring large chunks of illegal sampling, to great underground success. The follow-up album, 1987: What The Fuck Is Going On? continued the sampling trend, and managed to get them sued by Abba - even travelling to Sweden to appeal to them directly could not change Abba's mind, and all copies of 1987 were (supposedly) destroyed. One of their infamous press released of the time said 'We'll make another LP before Christmas, after that fuck it!'
In 1988 they decided that they wanted a UK Number One single, so they wrote one. Masquerading as The Timelords, they took three records they hadn't written, put them together, and reached number one with Doctorin' The Tardis; Gary Glitter was enlisted to help with the remixes. After that they published a book, 'The Manual: How To Have A Number One The Easy Way to tell everybody how it was done, and how they too could top the charts. It was reportedly used by the project Edelweiss to secure their hit Bring Me Edelweiss.
By 1989, the newly-renamed KLF began their influence on the growing underground club scene, with a Pure Trance series of records and now-club classics such as What Time Is Love? (# 5 in the UK, # 2 in Israel, top 40 in the USA) and It's Grim Up North (as the JAMs). During 1990 and particularly 1991, they went on to have a succession of UK chart successes, including Last Train To Trancentral (# 1 in Israel, # 5 in the UK, top 10 in the USA), 3:am Eternal (# 1 in Israel, # 1 in the UK, # 5 in the USA), America: What Time Is Love?, and a collaboration with country & western singer Tammy Wynette called Justified & Ancient (# 1 in Israel, # 2 in the UK, top 20 in the USA). Their most successful commercial album was the 1991 version of The White Room, supposedly the soundtrack to an unreleased road movie filmed in the Sierra Nevada.
On February 12h 1992, they appeared on the Brit Awards in a collaboration with Extreme Noise Terror, with whom they also worked on an also unreleased Black Room album. They performed a live version of 3 A.M. Eternal : a "violently antagonistic performance" in front of "a stunned music-business audience". Drummond and Cauty had first planned to throw buckets of sheep's blood over the audience, but were prevented from doing so (due to opposition from BBC lawyers and Extreme Noise Terror themselves). The performance was instead garnished by a limping, kilted, cigar-chomping Drummond firing blanks from an automatic weapon over the heads of the crowd. As the band left the stage, The KLF's promoter and narrator Scott Piering announced over the PA system that "The KLF have now left the music business". Later in the evening, the band dumped a dead sheep with the message "I died for ewe - bon appetit" tied around its waist at the entrance to one of the post-ceremony parties. New Musical Express mgazine listed it at #4 in their "top 100 rock moments".
The retired KLF deleted all of their past releases and consequently raising the prices of original KLF material greatly. "The last grand gesture, the most heroic act of public self destruction in the history of pop" as qualified by the magazine Select. The KLF quickly became 'legend' and the mystery around their sudden departure from the music industry became an enduring mystery...
During 1994 they attracted media attention as the K Foundation, mostly notably for burning one million pounds on a remote Scottish island, and undermining the art world's respected Turner Prize (20,000 pounds for the best work of art) by awarding, on the same night as the Turner award was announced, their own award of 40,000 pounds for the worst work of art- to the same person...
In 1995 they contributed a two-minute track, The Magnificent, to the 'HELP' charity album. In 1996 Bill Drummond, co-wrote a book, Bad Wisdom, about the experience of taking an icon of Elvis to the North Pole. Since then many rumours about what they're up to have circulated, but nobody can say for sure just what they're up to...
They released one track in 1999 under the name of 2K: Fuck The Millenium (a remix of What Time Is Love? featuring Acid Brass and incorporating elements of the hymn Eternal Father, Strong to Save), which entered top 40 in the in the UK only. They performed it once at London's Barbican Arts Centre, dresed like 2 elederly people in motorized wheel-chairs.
These activities were accompanied by the usual full page press adverts, this time asking readers "Fuck The Millennium: Yes/No?" with a telephone number provided for voting. At the same time, Drummond and Cauty also founded K2 Plant Hire, with plans to build a "People's Pyramid" from used house bricks; this plan never reached fruition
Bill Drummond continues to work as a writer and conceptual artist. Jimmy Cauty has been involved in several post-KLF projects including the music and conceptual art collective Blacksmoke and the electronic music group the Transit Kings, which saw him reunited with his former partner from The Orb, Alex Paterson.
The KLF were told to have released a live album in 2001 but actually it was just a bootleg. In January 2002 Muzik Magazine made a top 50 of best dance albums all time. Chill Out and The White Room both were in the list.
2010 : Bill Drummond continues to work as a writer and conceptual artist, with occasional appearances on radio and television. Jimmy Cauty has been involved in several post-KLF projects including the music and conceptual art collective Blacksmoke and, more recently, numerous creative projects with the aquarium and the L-13 Light Industrial Workshop based in Clerkenwell, London.
2011 : Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty appear to be making another comback under the name FLK. In June they played one concert dressed as cows.
Thanks to Shimon O'Hana for the charts positions
Thanks to Rogier Verkroost, Allyson, DJ Stakan and Iline (trancentral.ru) for the latest news
Honolulu Baby ()
The project features the raps of Tony Dyer. This is a cover of a song taked from the Laurel & Hardy movie Sons of the Desert.
Thanks to Necronomic
Believe In Love (1994)
The League Of Love was founded by Carl Fath. Believe In Love featured a solo male vocalist, it was produced by Carl Fath, written by Carl Fath, Severo Lombardoni and Massimo Zucchelli. Label: K & M Records
One Headlight (1997)
One Headlight, a cover of a song released in 1996 by US band The Wallflowers, was produced by José Puentes, co-produced by Ilde Irùn, mastered by Victor Villanueva. Executive producer was Miguel Degá. Label : Max Music.
Thanks to Gianni
Love Me To The Limit (12th Sep 1995)
Go Just Get It (1997)
Hey Hey Let's Go (2001)
This Swiss group was produced by the same team as for E-Rotic.The official female vocalist Laura attended the same school as Jeanette Christensen from E-Rotic. As a matter of fact, E-rotic producer went to the same school as well. The Lovers were touring with E-Rotic as a ... team of dancers for the group.
Their first single was Love Me To The Limit. It was produced by David Brandes, Helmuth Russman, and Daniel Peyer, written and composed by David Brandes, John O'Flynn.
Go Just Get It was the single presenting the performers team. In the credits of the singles, apart from the names of David Brandes and John O'Flynn, one could read the name of Thea Austin. Is she the real vocalist ?
They were said to be working on their first album, but nothing came... More recently they released a track entitled Hey Hey Let's Go. It was featured on an Apres-ski Hits German compilation. The voice we could hear on it is really similar as the vocalist of Missing Heart or Apanachee... It was composed by David Brandes and Jane Tempest, and written by John O'Flynn.
The Master (1995)
All tracks composed by and produced by by Achim Jannsen and Gian Piero Consentino, recorded at The Make Up Music Studio, Germany. All vocals were done by The Master himself. The single was released under Chocolate Records/Orange Records.
Thanks to reBeL
Vocals were done by Vince Lancini. Label : Cut Records
Thanks to Ronny
All For Love (1994)
The Musketeers feature the voice of Franca Morgano. This dance remake of the theme of the Three Musketeers movie (originally sung by Bryan Adams) was recorded the same year as Magic Affair's biggest success Omen III. It was featured on compilations such as Bravo Hits 6 and Mega Dance 2.
Thanks to Crazy4music
Come Baby Come (1994)
Label: Domino Records. Come Baby Come was written, produced, arranged, and edited by Alessandro & Massimiliano Perzolla and Mario Percali. It featured vocals by Elena K.
Elena K also contributed to MGM's single I Want You.
Thanks to aldo
1.Have You Never Been Mellow (KCP Remix), 2.You're The One That I Want, 3.Hopelessly Devoted To You, 4.Suddenly, 5.Have You Never Been Mellow, 6.Make A Move On Me, 7.Twist Of Fate, 8.Heart Attack, 9.Magic, 10.Xanadu, 11.Physical, 12.You're The One That I Want (Funky Weaponry Mix), 13.Physical (High Cholesterol Mix), 14.Xanadu (Definitive Mix), 15.Magic (Funky Weaponry Mix), 16.Physical (ZIP-Version),
The Dance Hits (2007)
1.Physical (Tyme Radio Edit), 2.Xanadu (Millenium Mix Radio Edit), 3.Xanadu (Video Mix), 4.Physical (Original 7 Mix), 5.Xanadu (Deep South Radio Edit), 6.Xanadu (Radio Mix), 7.Physical (Tyme Club Mix), 8.Xanadu (Definitive Mix), 9.Xanadu (I Live In Newtown John Mix), 10.Physical (Muscle Mary Mix), 11.Xanadu (Millenium Mix), 12.Xanadu (Mount Olympus Mix), 13.Physical (Tyme Club Instrumental Mix), 14.Xanadu (Boys With Tyme Remix), 15.Xanadu (Dub Instrumental Mix), 16.Unconditional Love, 17.Xanadu (Deep South Mix),
Greatest Hits Vol 2 (5th Mar 2010)
1.Heart Attack, 2.Have You Ever Been Mellow (Mega Techno Mix), 3.Make A Move On Me, 4.Physical (High Cholesterol Mix), 5.You're The One That I Want (Funky Weaponry Mix), 6.Xanadu (The Almighty Mix), 7.You're The One That I Want, 8.Twist Of Fate, 9.Hopelessly Devoted To You, 10.Have You Ever Been Mellow (Sunshine Mix), 11.Make A Move On Me, 12.Suddenly, 13.Twist Of Fate, 14.Have You Ever Been Mellow (Sunshine Mix), 15.Magic, 16.Have You Ever Been Mellow (Mega Techno Mix), 17.Physical, 18.Xanadu (Definitive Mix), 19.Magic (Funky Weaponry Mix),
Twist Of Fate (1998)
Hopelessly Devoted To You (1998)
You're The One That I Want (1998)
Make A Move On Me (2008)
Have You Never Been Mellow (2008)
Heart Attack (2008)
You're The One That I Want (1998)
The Olivia Project (also known as Olivia) is specialized in covers of Olivia Newton-John cover. Xanadu and Physical featured vocals by Paula Lacovich.
2009 : Physical and Xanadu were re-released under Almighty Records.
Thanks to Abelito
Midnight At The Grooveyard II (1988)
1.Arkade In The UK, 2.The World Raid, 3.The 7 Year Hitch (Edit), 4.Transform To The Beat, 5.River's Edge, 6.Looking For Trouble, 7.Search And Destroy, 8.Kentucky Fried Gospel, 9.General Hussein Mohammed El Sad, 10.$ 50 President, 11.Night Fever, 12.Grooveyard Theme,
1.Organic!, 2.Bolt, 3.Holiday In Cambodia, 4.Hell's Kitchen, 5.Zensurround, 6.Search & Destroy, 7.Near Dark (Campfire Mix), 8.Moontrap, 9.Ennui, Ennio?, 10.P.T.L (Pass The Loot), 11.Sundown (Instru-Mental Version),
All The Naked People (1994)
1.God's Eye, 2.Coming 2 Go!, 3.The 7th Stage, 4.Naked People, 5.Spiral, 6.Starseed, 7.White Room, 8.Wow! Mr. Yogi, 9.Solaris, 10.Masses,
Night Fever (1988)
7 Year Hitch (1988)
Organic + (1992)
Wow! Mr Yogi (1993)
God's Eye (1994)
The Overlords was founded in 1987 by Ian Johansson and Rune Bendixen. It was the result of the fusion of two Copenhagen based acts, A Colony and Russian Heat. Members were Ian Maria (Christian Johansson), Dick D'Press (guitar) and Sergei Dong (aka Rune Bendixen). They released their first single in 1988. The Overlords can be compared to Dance 2 Trance and are often considered as a techno/trance act, but became more and more influenced by eurodance on their later albums.
Love 2 Love (1995)
Piano Choons (1995)
Label : Reach. The Piano Project was founded by DJ Sammon.
Piano Choons contained 2 versions of a track entitled Dreaming. The A-side features the vocals "I just like to walk with my head in the clouds" sampled from the acapella of 'Day Dreaming' by Baby D.
Searchin' For Love (1994)
Searchin For Love was written and composed by Fabio De Marchi and Morris Capaldi. Featured rapper could be Ice MC himself.
Thank to Marian Stoica
Comandante Che Guevara (1994)
Comandante Che Guevara, a cover of Carlos Puebla's famous song Hasta siempre, was arranged by Flexter (Severo Lombardoni) and Carlo Fath. Guitar was played by Marco Crespi. It was recorded and mixed by Carlo Fath at First Studio. It included a B-side entitled Vamos.
Send Me An Angel (1995)
Send Me An Angel was a cover of B-cap. It was released on Polish compilation Let's Dance Vol. 2.
With Or Without You (1996)
The Pression was a Spanish eurodance act consisting of Tantin and Alfredo Lozano. It released the single Without Or Without You (U2's hit cover) in 1996. It was arranged by Rafa Sierra, Luis Gascón and Nacho Roca. Label: Prodisc
Thanks to Ulysses
Rockin Me (Sep 1994)
Musical team : Gianfranco Bortolotti, Mauro Picotto, Gian Piero Viani, S.Zucchini, L.Cittadini, M.Braghieri & S.Pagliari.
This track was probably inspired from DJ Professor's Rock Me Steady (released back in 1991)
The single released under Heartbeat in Italy (on the vinyl, there was also a version of Black Diamond's Let Me Be), ZYX Music in Germany, and K-Tel International in Finland. It was featured on the compilations Cappella Compilation (Italy), Italo Dancefloor '95 (Germany), Party Zone 3.
Thanks to Mikoo
Label : S & F Entertainment GmbH. The single was engineered by Dave Randell and Lars Wagner, produced and written by Lothar Schütze. Vocals were done by Julia Winter.
The Raiders is a project of Juri Bonazzoli, Luca Verzeletti and Giuseppe Cigala.
Thanks to Abelito
Laser Nation (1990)
Love And Emotion (1990)
The Voice (1990)
Can You Feel... (1994)
The Rhythm Section was a project of Belgian DJs duo Luc Rigaux and Patrick Samoy aka Unity Mixers
Thanks to Gianni
Burning Up (17th Mar 1994)
Members : Bacon Popper, Pier Rossini.
Their most well-known track is called Bang. It was written by P. Rossini, P. Peroni, G. Cigala, L. Verzeletti, recorded at DJ Movement Studio 1 by P.Rossini and P.Peroni, arranged & mixed by P. Rossini. It was produced by P. Rossini for Wicked Rhythm, licensed from Noculan Records. It reached #1 in the Netherlands.
Thanks to Mikoo and Paola Peroni
We All Need Love (1995)
Label : Not Only Music. The project, also known as The Real Thing, is made of a solo female vocalist. We All Need Love was produced and written by Claudio Caccini, recorded At Hollywood Studio in Trieste (Italy).
Tell Me The Way (1995)
Tell Me The Way featured a solo female vocalist. It was produced by Bart Spinelli, recorded and mixed by Angelica Villella, DJ Maurizio Arena, DJ Raf Giusti, and Roberto Sansone.
Thanks to Gianni
1.Words, 2.I Like Chopin, 3.In My Lies, 4.Tonight, 5.Can Wait, 6.The Final Countdown, 7.Reality, 8.Your Eyes, 9.The Sign Megamix, 10.In My Lies (Classic Version),
Rain Sun (1997)
I Like Chopin (1997)
In My Lies (1998)
Project The Sign was created by Austrian producers San D. Lo and Y. Lee (Gernot Weilharter) from Vienna. It was probably a collaboration with Italian producers from SAIFAM Farina and Turatti (who were credited on one The Sign song, and owned a project with a similar name : T-Sign). It featured a solo, uncredited female vocalist. It is not known wether the good-looking brunette with the violin who appears on the sleeves was actually the vocalist.
Single Rain Sun featured Snoeti and was poduced by Bertelson (Hubert Rinder) and Y. Lee and released under label: Union Verlag. Then The Sign released a cover of F.R. David's Words, produced by SAIFAM's big names Fabio Turatti and Mauro Farina, and a cover of Gazebo's I Like Chopin, recorded and mixed at Sound Studion Süd by Günther Wurzinger.
A studio album called Tonight was released in 1998. It included all the singles, apart from Rain Sun. Next single was a cover of Richard Sanderson and Vladimir Cosma's Reality, featuring Samy Farag and rapper Frank Natera, produced by San D. Lo and Y. Lee. Then came single In My Lies, again composed, written and produced by San D. Lo and Y. Lee
Thanks to Gianni
Speedy Twist (1995)
Speedy Twist was arranged by S. Carrara, produced and mixed by Emanuele Asti, written by Emanuele Asti and S. Carrara.
Thanks to Marian Stoica
Dreams Of My Life (23rd May 1996)
The CD single included an ART.MD U.K. Airplay, a Running Airplay Edit, a Get Up! Housy Edit, an ART.MD U.K. Maximum, a Basement Club House mix and a Deep Mix.
Thanks to Eurodance Rage
Nothing Can Stop (1994)
This Is A Magic Control (1994)
Single Nothing Can Stop featured vocals by Stephanie. Label: Out. This Is A Magic Control! was produced, performed and mixed at Garden Studio by Gigi Leni, Mauro and Petty and released under Paradise Project Records
Runaway Horses (1995)
Runaway Horses was produced, arranged and mixed at Rockhattle Music Studio (Cavallirio, Italy). It featured a solo female vocalist. It was a cover of a Belinda Carlisle song. Label: Domino Records.
In The Name Of Love (1995)
Looking For Love (29th May 1995)
In The Name Of Love was written by Albino Barbero, produced by Albino Barbero, Maremmo, Manuzzi and Romanello, arranged by Stefano Ghilardi and released under Dig It International. The follow-up single Looking For Love was released under Domino label. It was composed and written by Albino Barbero, Stefano Ghilardi and D. Roosen. Lead vocals of both singles were done by Giada Masoni.
Thanks to reBeL, Gianni and grof pl.
Handle With Care (1996)
Label : Da Music. The single Handle With Care was written by Stefan Josefus
It Doesn't Matter (2000)
1.Summer Jam, 2.Vibin', 3.Saturday, 4.I Can't Handle It, 5.4am, 6.Half A Woman, 7.Trippin', 8.For The Ladies, 9.Tonight, 10.No More (Accapella Skid), 11.Selecta, 12.All Night, 13.Summer Jam (Unplugged),
It Doesn't Matter (Greatest Hits vol 1) (2004)
1.Saturday Night, 2.I Can't Handle It, 3.Summer Jam 2003, 4.Endless Love, 5.Miami, 6.For The Ladies, 7.Tonight, 8.Friend, 9.Get On Up, 10.Saturday, 11.High, 12.24,7, 13.Winter Jam,
Summer Jam (2000)
I Can't Handle It (2001)
Saturday Night (2002)
Summer Jam 2003 (2003)
Winter Jam (2004)
Girls Of Summer (2006)
The Underdog Project was created by the DJs and producers Steve Browarzcyk, Toni Cottura and Sahin Moshirian (aka DJ Shahin). Vic Krishna represents this project as singer on stage, completed by many other guest artists featured on their first album It Doesn´t Matter : Craig Smart, Choice, P. Suave, Terry, Shade, Carlos E. Harmon and Anthony Freeman (from the RnB-duo Jonestown) and even Toni Cottura (aka Tone) himself. Their music was described as a mix of elements of reggae, RnB, freestyle, and English 2-step. The result of this was very nice dance tracks.
The band was formed when Vic Krishna was visiting Germany and had a jam session with Canadian singer Craig Smart and the production team of Tone Def and Triple S. The first single Summer Jam was one of the biggest pop hits in Europe of 2000.
Thanks to Anders Bøgh
Producers of Face II Face, The Beat Experience and Cool Passion.
Artists and groups featuring The Wild Boys
IQ - Extasy (Will Bring Us Back Together) (1993), Psycho (Get Out Of My Life) (1993)
Real Love ()
The song Real Love was featured on the compilation DJs Killer vol 1
I'll Drop (Anything For U) (26th Nov 1993)
The group features the voice of Kytra Williams. Label : Dominion Records.
Thanks to reBeL
Trust Then Pain (1997)
1.China In Your Hand, 2.I Really Want To, 3.Swing Ya Hips, 4.Morning Light, 5.Listen To Your Heart, 6.Bright Light City, 7.Who's That Boy, 8.Getting Beat Up, 9.Take Your Time, 10.A Prayer For The Dying, 11.Bring Me Joy,
Take Your Time (1997)
China In Your Hand (1997)
Listen To Your Heart (1998)
I Really Want To (1998)
Peter (alias Petrus)
Rapper for the Basic Element project. Born on 19th of december, 1973 in Malmö, he lives in Stockholm. Peter Thelenius career started in 1993 when he and Ceazar Zamini started Basic Element.
Peter Thelenius has also made a solo record entitled Listen To Your Heart, a solo album, and visited Finnish Ann Bell Fell's song I Feel It Coming (which was originally a song made by Basic Element).
2005 : Peter has been chosen to participate in the Swedish pre-eliminatory contest for the Eurovision. He will join a project called B-Boys International feat. Paul M. The song is called One Step Closer. The song has been written by no one else than D-Flex (Rob’n’Raz).
Artists and groups featuring Thelenius (Peter)
Ann Bell Fell - I Feel It Coming (1996)
Basic Element - I'll Never Let You Know (2006), Raise The Gain (2006), Touch You Right Now (2009)
D-Flex - Don't Disrespect (1999)
Gilbert Themen aka Gilly-Mac fronted the project 2nd Nature. He also contributed to Mac Project and visited the Twenty 4 Seven album Twenty 4 Hours Seven Days A Week (his vocals were used on the track Angel, together with Erica Verhoeven).
Artists and groups featuring Themen (Gilbert)
2nd Nature - Crazy World (1994)
Mac Project - Everybody (1996)
Van Rijen Ruud - Play The Game (1993)
Wouldn't It Be Good (1993)
Without You (17th May 1994)
Musical team : Ralf Cassidy Bindels, José Alvarez-Brill & Roger Sanchez
Members : Gento Navaho, José Alvarez-Brill, Roger Sanchez
Thanks to Mihail
Ok Corral (1995)
Thanks to Marian Stoica
France (5th Oct 1992)
Feel So Good (1994)
So Big (1995)
T.H.K. stands for Thomas Kukula who is a well-known producer and who stands behind projects like Candy Beat, DJ Red 5, DUG, General Base, Red 5. The maxi Feel So Good had a true Kukula-sound and got so sucessfull that a remix-maxi was released.
Thanks to Vision
Country Roads ()
When My Heart Is Weak (Oct 1994)
Can You Feel The Love Tonight (1995)
My Sharona (29th Jan 1995)
The Promise (1996)
Float On (11th May 1996)
Carry On (1997)
To Cut A Long Story (1998)
Hold On To The Night (22nd Jan 2009)
Addicted To Love (17th Mar 2009)
Please Don't Go (6th Apr 2011)
This euro project features a male vocalist and a male rapper (maybe one unique person). Float On was produced by M. Farina, G. Crivellente and F. Turatti, published by the SAIFAM label One-Way records, licensed under ZYX in Germany.
Thomas' voice was featured by Wildside for the single Dance Into The Light.
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Artists and groups featuring Thomas
Wildside - Dance Into The Light (1996)
American Andrew Freddie Thomas was born 25th May 1946 in San Francisco (USA). He was one of the 3 original members of the Bad Boys Blue project.
In January 2005, he left the BBB. Then he created a second formation of the BBB with Kevin McCoy and Herb McCoy, who toured under the name "The Real Bad Boys Blue".
He died on 21st July 2009 from a pancreatic cancer in Cologne (Germany).
1.Kom Wat Dichterbij, 2.Voor Haar, 3.Universeel, 4.Wees Van Mij, 5.Houd De Dief, 6.Voor Mij Alleen, 7.Drenkeling, 8.Nooit Meer, 9.Niet Voor Niets, 10.Ik Schreeuw Je Naam, 11.Samen, 12.Ik Zing, 13.Angst Voor De Liefde,
1.Ik Leef, 2.Voor Altijd Samen Zijn, 3.Ik Wil Jou, 4.Koningin, 5.Als Je Naar Me Lacht, 6.En Passant, 7.Je Danst Met Jezelf, 8.Alles, 9.Carpe Diem, 10.Dronken Van Geluk, 11.Wat Maakt Het Uit, 12.Het Spel, 13.Alleen Jij, 14.Hoop Doet Leven,
1.Sans Boussole, 2.Parce Que J'Ai Peur, 3.Les Chateaux Sans Memoires, 4.On A Tous, 5.Sans Toi, 6.Une Saison, 7.Que Des Mots D'Amour, 8.Un Matin, 9.Rebondir Et Grandir, 10.Si Le Ciel, 11.Vouloir, 12.La Croix Des Amants, 13.L'Equilibre,
2B Next 2U (2010)
1.Heaven Is Calling, 2.2B Next 2U, 3.Get Over You, 4.Dynamite, 5.New Horizon, 6.Forever's Gonna Start Tonight, 7.Like I Do, 8.You Won't Be Lonely Long, 9.OK, 10.Say Goodbye, 11.I Live For This, 12.Superficiality,
Warme Wintersongs (16th Nov 2016)
1.Ik kom terug bij jou, 2.Voor haar 2016, 3.Zo mooi, 4.Zwart, 5.Halleluja, 6.Jij, 7.Houvast, 8.Onder mijn huid, 9.Ik moet nu gaan, 10.Merci, 11.Zonder oorlog en geweld, 12.Met Kerstmis,
Voor Haar (2003)
Wees Van Mij (2004)
Kom Wat Dichterbij (2004)
Niet Voor Niets (2004)
Ik Wil Jou (2005)
Ik Leef (2005)
Voor Altijd Samen Zijn (2006)
Je Danst Met Jezelf (2006)
Jong En Eigenwijs (2006)
Altijd Duurt Soms Lang (2007)
Sans Boussole (2007)
Waarom (26th Nov 2012)
Dan Gaan We Dansen (28th May 2013)
Omdat Jij Van Me Houdt (3rd Oct 2013)
Dat Ben Jij (16th May 2014)
Tellement Belle (7th Oct 2014)
Fata Morgana (21st Nov 2014)
Goud (15th May 2015)
Voor Haar 2016 (3rd Nov 2015)
Je Weet Niet Half Hoe Mooi Je Bent (23rd Mar 2016)
Zwart (10th Oct 2016)
Ik Kom Terug Bij Jou (1st Feb 2017)
Stralen (29th May 2017)
Merci (3rd Nov 2017)
Soleil Soleil (3rd May 2018)
Belgian singer Gene Thomas (real name : Gunther Thomas) was born on August 22nd 1972. He started his carreer as lead-singer for the Belgian band Ship of Dreams. In the second half of the 1990's & in early 2000 he was a part of the Belgian eurodance band XSession. Afterwards he went solo, steering for a more rock orientated style of music. Since then he has had several hits in his home country.
2000 : Gene did his first steps in TV, presenting the show "Gene Machine". He composed and wrote Come To Me for Betty. He also co-wrote the singles Doo Be Doo and The Party Plane for DJ Peter Project.
2001 : he co-wrote a single for Kirenia entitled La Vida Es Un Carnaval, Si Si Si.
2003 : He married Kristel Verbeke (one of the members of K3 project)
2004 : he released the solo album Dichterbij (Closer).
2005 : Kristel and Gene had a daughter called Nanou. Gene released the solo album Evenwicht (balance).
2006 : Kristel and Gene had a second daughter called Lily.
2007 : Gene released a French version of his last album entitled l'Équilibre.
2009 : Gene is a back with a new album, this time in English : 2B next 2U.
2010 : Gene plays the main role in the musical Notre-Dame de Paris. In January, he shot a TV-spot for car Hyundai Free Mobility. In July Gene, along with Willy Sommers, appeared as a support for the campaign "Bloed geven doet leven" (blood is life) to promote blood donation.
Artists and groups featuring Thomas (Gene)
XSession - Bang Bang (1996), Boogieman (2000), Evil Supastars (2002), Get Your Rox Off (2002), Hot Shot (1999), Number 1 (2000), On And On (1999), Pump It (1998), Say Yeah (1997), The Sound (1998), To The Sky (1997), Welcome To My World (2000)
Joe aka Jacki was born in the US 1972. He took part in operation Desert Storm in the Gulf whilst in the army. He then left the forces and began rapping with friends like Rod D (Fun Factory). He became rapper for the project X-Pression in 1994, contributing to the songwriting as well. In 1995, he created the very successful euro-rap project Down Low in 1995 with the rapper Mike Dalien. Producers were exactly the same team as X-pression : Harald Schubert and Daniel Gonschorek, along with Volker Lindner. He also contributed to project Rappers Against Racism and to Shirley K's house single Anything (You Give Me Your Love...).
2016 : Joe tours with Natascha Wright, singing 90s classics including La Bouche songs.
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Down Low at T-Music
Artists and groups featuring Thompson (Jacki)
X-Pression - Riding On A Wave (1997), There Is A Light (1995), This Is Our Night (1994)
Female vocalist for the 2 Alive project.
Mr Jones (1994)
This Italian project featured a male vocalist called Charles. The single was produced by Severo Lombardoni. Label : Lombardoni Ed./ Discomagic (Italy), Boy Records (Spain).
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Annika Thörnquist was born June 8th in Karlstad (Sweden). She grew up in Karlstad and later moved to Stockholm. She's been Da Buzz singer and frontlady since 1999. In 2006 and 2007, she was featured on 4 singles of Juanma Danny Sushi aka JDS.
Artists and groups featuring Thornquist (Annika)
Da Buzz - Last Goodbye (2006), Let Me Love You (2000), U Gotta Dance (2010), Wonder Where You Are (2002)
JDS - Believe (2006), Slide Away (2006), Tonight (2006)
Juanma Danny Sushi - Heaven (2007)
Ready To Fly (30th Apr 2001)
1.Love How You Love Me, 2.No Tears, 3.Heartbeat, 4.Oooh Oooh (Talking About Love), 5.Back On My Feet Again, 6.I Wish I Was Love, 7.Intoxicated, 8.Walk On By, 9.Memories, 10.It's Alright, 11.Too Late, 12.I Apologize, 13.Forever, 14.Love How You Love Me (Chicago Radio Remix),
Ready To Fly 2nd edition (26th Nov 2001)
1.Love How You Love Me (Original Radio Version), 2.Wonderful Dream (Holidays Are Coming) (Radio Version), 3.No Tears, 4.Heartbeat (Radio Version), 5.Makin' Oooh Oooh (Talking About Love) (Brand New Radio Version), 6.Back On My Feet Again, 7.I Wish It Was Love, 8.Intoxicated, 9.Walk On By, 10.Memories, 11.It's Alright, 12.Too Late, 13.I Apologize, 14.Forever, 15.Love How You Love Me (Chicago Radio Remix), 16.Heartbeat (Chicago Radio Remix),
Memories - Her Most Beautiful Ballads (1st Dec 2003)
1.Wonderful Dream (Holidays Are Coming), 2.Love How You Love Me, 3.Sweet Dreams (Ballad Version), 4.Heartbeat, 5.Walk On By (Remix 2003), 6.Fallin' In Love, 7.Forever, 8.Memories, 9.I Wish It Was Love, 10.A Moment Of Love, 11.Straight From The Heart, 12.Say You'll Be Mine, 13.Say It With Love, 14.Take Me To Heaven Tonight, 15.Wonderful Dream (Holidays Are Coming) (Remix 2003),
Love How You Love Me (Oct 2000)
Heartbeat (18th Mar 2001)
Makin' Oooh Oooh (Talking About Love) (3rd Sep 2001)
Wonderful Dreams (Holidays Are Coming) (25th Nov 2002)
Melanie Janene Thornton was born in May 13th 1967 in Charleston, South Carolina. She studied voice from the age of six, played the piano and the clarinet and learned how to act and to dance. She had long dreamed of a career in music. Her parents had a friend of a friend who was a singer in Charleston. Even though she didn't get to go out and see her, she saw pictures and heard them talk about her work and heard her talk about going out on the road.When she was growing up her mother would listen to Aretha Franklin, Roberta Flack and The Temptations, a lot of the Motown music artists. She would mimic the female vocalists she saw on TV or heard on radio. Later, Melanie financed her College studies with appearances in talent shows and smaller band concerts. She frequented a club called The Peacock Lounge, getting up and doing jam sessions when the live band invited people up to sing.
After contributing to the wedding jazz band Danger Zone in Macon, Georgia, Melanie 'fled the gigantic anonymity of America' and on the 14th February 1992 went to Germany with only 15 $ in her bag. Her sister, who lived already in Germany offered her a place to stay and a opportunity to and work with her husband's uncle Bob Chisolm, a singer and piano player. "He introduced me to a lot of musicians. I basically did freelance singing. Musicians that heard about me would call and I would go do gigs. First in jazz and blues, which was mostly the repertoire for the gigs Uncle Bob got me. That led to meeting small-time producers that were still banging out dance singles or playbacks in their basement studios" Melanie explains. On her second evening in her new homeland she was already on stage in Munich. This femme fatale completely wowed Europe with her southern charms and as a touring jazz and blues singer. "I did several studio sessions where for me it was just more income and fun work, new experiences, working in the studios, cowriting with producers on these dance songs". That's how her gorgeous voice contributed to many euro projects such as 100%, Comic or Men Behind. She did tours through Switzerland, Germany and Spain. She settled in Cologne.
1993 she met Ulli Brenner and Amir Saraf. After the first few notes Melanie sang, they all new that she would be the right female singer for their long dreamed of project, La Bouche. Melanie says : "Looking back, it seems like it happened very quickly. In the process, it really didn't blow me away. I did the studio session with Amir Saraf and Uli Brenner in November 1993. Meanwhile, I was gigging, making my money, earning my living. Two months later, they called and said a record label was interested in releasing Sweet Dreams as a single". The producer and owner of the label was Frank Farian.
Meanwhile Melanie recorded one song under the project name Joy-lab. Called Freedom (Free Your Mind), it sounded a little like Robin S hot Show Me Love. Some years later, in September 2001 the single was reedited by Shift media/ZYX Music.
Between 1994 and 1995, she was featured by Schnapka Connection (a band of Rolf-Dieter Schnapka). They appeared in Spaß auf der Gass, a TV show taking place on sunday evenings on SWF 3 Mainz.
It was in April or May of 1994 that Sweet Dreams started making some noise in Italy. Then all of a sudden it shot up to #1. "Lane McCray came into the picture after the initial recording and after the signing and everything. When it went to #1 in Italy, it was serious. We had to get in place and start milking this product to take it as far as possible. Basically, that's what we did. I was doing less and less gigging and more and more La Bouche stuff, and I was now doing songs I'd actually recorded. That was exciting."
This sudden success was great for Melanie, but to her it was like a gradual thing, a very happy feeling. She explains "It was like, "Oh, wow! This is something I dreamed of when I was six years old." But, at the same time, we were traveling so much. We really didn't have the time to soak in the momentum of our success - to soak in the hype and believe the hype. We were working really hard at this point. We would go places and people would go crazy to see us, and this was interesting. At the same time, I kind of kept in mind, "This is really great. I hope we can continue to produce music our fans love." But I always tried to keep a reality check. "This is because this song is so widely publicized and promoted. And it IS a great song, but it's more about the product at this point than ourselves."
Melanie bought a house and then got married. She left la Bouche in February 2000, ending her contract with BMG, to be replaced by Natascha Wright while Lane remained a part of the project. She signed a record deal with Epic/Sony. She changed her look (cut her hair). She explains : "I think La Bouche was a wonderful opportunity - and part of me is La Bouche. But I don't just want to continue to be a dance artist, trying to be young and trendy, like dance artists have to be". She started working with a group of producers both in Germany and in the United States
Her first solo single was released in October 2000 : Love How You Love Me, a ballad (but the CD-maxi included a few dance versions). The single was, as she described it, 'an open confession to the great love, a love which grows silently and lasts eternally'.
Melanie presented her new single on 29th November on the RTL Spendenmarathon, and on the1st December at the Dome in Berlin. One could also chat with her on the www.funonline.de website on the 30th of November. The follow-up single was entitled Heartbeat.
2001 : Melanie released her first solo album entitled Ready To Fly on April 30th under the label X-Cell (Epic/Sony Music). According to an interview she gave and in which she explained that her favourite musical artists remained Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston, we could guess that the album would not be eurodance related, unfortunately... Meanwhile she kept on doing club appearances in US clubs under the name of "Melanie Thornton, formerly of La Bouche" (she had the double nationality : American and German).
Melanie's third single to be released was Ooh Ooh (Talking About Love). The song has been remixed for the single release, to have much more power than it already had. Meanwhile her first album, produced by Julien Nairolf and Mitchell Lennox, reached #18 in the charts.
24th November 2001 : Melanie died in a plane crash near Zurich. Saturday night she performed in Leipzig and then she drove to Berlin where she took the plane to Zurich for radio and TV appearances (among others, the broadcast "Die Bar" on TV3, which was cancelled) to promote her new single Wonderful Dream (Holidays Are Coming). Wonderful Dream was a Christmas ballad recorded for a Coca-Cola TV commercial. Her album was planned to be re-released on the 26th of November.
Melanie was only 34 years old...
2002 : a posthumous single entitled In Your Life was released under the name of La Bouche feat Melanie Thornton. This very nice dance track was an unreleased song composed and recorded by Melanie. The single included a B-side called Take Me 2 Heaven 2 Night.
Thornton is buried in Mount Pleasant Memorial Gardens, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. A Melanie Thornton Youth Arts Foundation was created in Georgia
Dance Artists Infos
Le Bouche Online
Q's La Bouche Page
Melanie Thornton's website at Sony
Melanie Thornton offical website
Thanks to Ayman Fahd and Tavi Meran
Artists and groups featuring Thornton (Melanie)
100% - Power Of The Light (1994)
Comic - I Surrender To Your Love (1994)
Hysterie - (Oh Oh Oh There Is) Nobody (1994)
Joy-Lab - Freedom (Free Your Mind) (2001)
La Bouche - A Moment Of Love (album) (1997), A Moment Of Love (1998), Be My Lover (1995), Bolingo (Love Is In The Air) (1996), Fallin' In Love (1995), Forget Me Nots (1996), I Love To Love (1995), In Your Life (2002), Megamix (1996), SOS (1999), Sweet Dreams (1994), Sweet Dreams (album) (1995), The Best Of La Bouche (feat. Melanie Thornton) (album) (2002), You Won't Forget Me (1997)
Le Click - Tonight Is The Night (1995)
Loop - Skate With Me (1995)
Men Behind - Feel The Life (1993), How Can I? (1994)
Orange Blue - If You Wanna Be (My Only) (1995)
Trance-Vision - Take Me 2 Heaven 2 Nite (1994)
Dangerous (26th Aug 1996)
Waves Of Love (24th Mar 1997)
Label : BMG. Three Some features 3 boys.
Dangerous is a cover of Roxette's hit by the same name, originally written
by Per Gessle but later re-arranged by Marco Bello & Jörg Schleburg
to better suit the european dancefloors. Mixed by Thomas Stuhlreiter and recorded
at the Kammer-Studios Amerang, Germany.
Thanks to reBeL
Can You Feel The Passion (19th Sep 1994)
This single was released under the X-PLO label. It contains 4 different mixes
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1.The Colour Inside, 2.Do You Really Want This, 3.Illusion, 4.Why Me, 5.Slow Burn, 6.It Hurts,, 7.I Would Like, 8.Round And Around, 9.Who Can I Turn to, 10.Illusion (Unplugged),
Stars (31st May 2011)
1.Stars, 2.The colour inside, 3.Fast car, 4.Where is the world, 5.Illusion, 6.Round and around, 7.Why me, 8.Is this this love, 9.It hurts, 10.Yellow,
The First Steps Of Kimara (29th Apr 2013)
1.Hidden Passion (extended club mix), 2.Live For Today (extended mix), 3.Follow Your Heart (extended mix), 4.Music Is My Life (Blue Station mix), 5.Stand Up (Kamasutra club mix), 6.Heaven (extended Mystic mix),
I Know (23rd Sep 1993)
Round And Around (1994)
It Hurts (15th Feb 1995)
The Colour Inside (2nd Oct 1995)
I Would Like (1996)
Why Me (24th Jun 1996)
Hidden Passion (1997)
Live For Today (1997)
Follow Your Heart (1998)
Music Is My Life (1999)
Is This The Love (2001)
What I Like (3rd Jul 2006)
Stars (29th Mar 2011)
Where Is the World (11th Oct 2011)
Could Be You (18th May 2012)
Tomorrow (9th Apr 2013)
It Hurts (Alex party remix) (1996)
Round And Around (remix) (Feb 1996)
The Colour Inside (20th Anniversary) (3rd Jul 2015)
Ti Pi Cal is a Sicilian formation (South of Italy). It took its name from the DJs and producers' names first syllabes : Daniele TIgnino, Riccardo PIparo, Vincenzo CALlea. After rather anonymous debuts in 1993 with the mix I Know, and a good test under the name of Power Fun, they entered easily the road of success. To help them in the first two years, had contributed in particular way the voice of the American male singer Josh Colow. He interpreted Illusion (which remained 13 weeks in Hitparade), Round And Around (which stayed 17 weeks !), The Colour Inside (12 weeks in a row at the top of the Italian Singles Sales Chart), and It Hurts (10 weeks). After the the single Why Me (which stayed "only" 7 weeks), published in June 1996, the collaboration between Josh and Ti Pi Cal ended.
This divorce could had been be reflected negatively on the future records, but actually it is served to the Sicialian group in order to modify the genre, moving from underground style, towards eurodance music. For the vocal part they chose Kimara Lawson who contributed to bring back Ti Pi Cal in all the Charts tops with Hidden Passion (13 weeks), Live For Today, Follow Your Heart and Music Is My Life. All singles were released under Lup Records.
In 1996, they also released the single Gimme Love under the project name Kasto.
After all these hits, which had helped them gaining respect in the musical world, every member's desire to concentrate himself on his own producer activity was growing daily. Finally they decided to put Ti Pi Cal on a halt. Tignino created the project Love Bite, Callea gave birth to Bamble B and Naive, Piparo stood behind DeJavu.
Then in 2001 these three creative minds joined again under Ultralab, a young label of Virgin. In spring 2001, the single Is This The Love was out, featuring once again the voice of Josh. It was programmed on all Italian radios and discotheques.
In 2006, a single entitled What I Like was recorded. Featuring Kimara's voice, it was released as promo only.
2011 : Alex Gaudino & Jason Rooney did a 2011 remix of Ti Pi Cal's single Round And Around. Ti Pi Cal are back with a new single entitled Stars, featuring vocals by Josh. An album also entitled Stars followed. Then came the single Where Is The World, a pop acoustaic track.
Thanks to DjVincenTech
Nino Tielman is a DJ and producer.
In 1991 he created the hard trance acts Tracid Posse and Turntable Hoschis with Andy Düx. Then in 1992 he created the euro project TNT Party Zone with Tillman Uhrmacher. Still with Tillman, he also took part to the creative team around the boys-band Construction 2 years later. He was producer for the projects Up'n Dance and Funtime Club. He collaborated with Peter Gräber on the trance project Aboria. In 1994, he founded the industrial-electro act Chill-Out-Possee in collaboration with Mark N-R-G.
Nino was behind the "Aboria mixes" and the "Not Normal mixes" for Culture Beat's Crying In The Rain, Walk The Same Line, Take Me Away and Inside Out. In 1998 he co-produced and co-composed the single Pay No Mind and contributed to the music of the tracks Metamorphosis and You Belong.
He also produced Bigod 20's Wild At Heart, which was one of the themes for the movie Silver. Along with Peter Gräber, he produced Pee Gee's Er Gehört Zu Mir.
With Gina Tielman and Adam Schairer he did a track called Ab In Den Urlaub for the group Klostertaler. This track was featured on the compilation Die Großen Der Volksmusik 3. He also contributed to the single U Got What U Want released in 2005 by Gina Tielman (known as Gina T, she had many disco hits during the 80s).
Artists and groups featuring Tielmann (Nino)
2 X-Treme 4 U - What U Want (1993)
Bulow Frank - Einmal (1994)
Construction - What Is In Love (1996)
Culture Beat - Pay No Mind (1998), You Belong (1998)
Funtime Club - The Sunny Side Of Life (1994)
TNT Party Zone - Das Omen Teil I '94 (1994), No Tengo Dinero '92 (1992), One Night In Bangkok (1993), Vamos A La Playa '92 (1992)
1.Intro, 2.Warrior, 3.Simsalabim, 4.Ring A Ling, 5.Waiting, 6.It's Over, 7.Give Me, 8.Why, 9.Daddy Boom, 10.Crusader, 11.Children Of Paradise, 12.Mr, 13.You're The Hero Of My Heart,
1.Hooked On A Feeling, 2.Do It Again, 3.Take My Hand, 4.Abracadabra, 5.Fly, 6.Captain Karaoke, 7.Century, 8.Falling, 9.All This Love, 10.Victim Of Love, 11.Jamaican Bay, 12.Chou Chou, 13.Hooked On A Feeling (Dreamworld's Alternative radio mix), 14.Hooked On A Feeling (Dreamworld's Hardcore Habana mix), 15.Abracadabra (Extended mix), 16.Abracadabra (Nitro remix),
Ring A Ling (29th Jan 1997)
Simsalabim (16th Apr 1997)
Daddy Boom (25th Jul 1997)
Hooked On A Feeling (2nd Sep 1998)
Tiggy (Charlotte Vigel) was born and brought up on the island of Bornholm where, thanks to her parents' great interest in amateur theatricals, she made her stage debut at the tender age of 10 years. As a result of her theatre performances, it was only natural that she developed a great interest in dancing and this led to her taking part in a number of competitions all over Denmark as well as to forming her own dance group.
It was when Tiggy was "sweet sixteen" that she started in earnest to concentrate on music. She became the lead singer in both a dance band and a rock band and performed at numerous concerts. She went on tour with Next Stop Soviet and took part in the Danish weekly magazine, "Se og H¢r"'s Melodi Grand Prix competition, winning a place in the finals. After an open-air concert, Tiggy was offered a record contract by a German producer from Hamburg.
In 1990, Tiggy got the job of news presenter on TV2 Bornholm and was an immediate success.
In 1991 Tiggy moved to Copenhagen, where she at once became involved in, and a member of, a cabaret trio. At the same time, she got a steady job with Fullmoon Studio and has been one of its lead, backing and jingle singers ever since.
In 1994, after a lot of encouragement to develop her singing talent more seriously, Tiggy started taking lessons at a music school in Lund, Sweden. Shortly afterwards, she enrolled at the Copenhagen Academy of Music.
In 1995, Tiggy attended an audition and was straight away taken on as member of a girl trio. In April that year their single, Surprise Surprise was released and the following month, the trio was invited to perform on "Eleva2ren", a popular Danish TV entertainment programme. Then things started moving and Tiggy was offered the job of singer in the Danish Ny Teater production of the musical farce, "La Cage Aux Folles" and ended up both singing and dancing as well as performing a small acting role. Carried away by working, Tiggy went on to land an engagement in Betty Glosted's summer cabaret.
For years now, Tiggy has been a solo singer on several "Krumme" (a popular Danish children's comedy film) soundtracks, so she was also a soloist on "Krummernes Jul" (the Christmas version of the film series). She has also been the lead singer in several bands including Streetbeat and Legend.
In 1996, Tiggy's collaboration with Flex Records started. This was in connection with the song Ring A Ling, produced by Hartmann & Langhoff, who also worked with Aqua and Me & My etc etc. The collaboration worked out so well that the song turned into a smash hit. The single was released on 29th January 1997 and after only 8 days in the shops, it shot to No. 1 on the official single sales list. The song went platinum in record time (less than a month) and stayed at No. 1 for 8 weeks.
The follow-up single Simsalabim, again produced by Hartmann & Langhoff, was released on 16th April 1997 and followed in Ring A Ling's footsteps by immediately zooming to No. 1 on the sales list. Tiggy's debut album, Fairy Tales was released on 7th May 1997 in connection with a huge release party at the Park Club in Copenhagen. The album reached gold with provisional sales of 40,000 after only 2 weeks and the final sales figures were extremely close to platinum. This album also took Tiggy's music outside Denmark and Fairy Tales was released in several countries including Mexico, Japan, Spain, Belgium and Russia.
On 2nd September 1998 the first single, Hooked On A Feeling, from Tiggy's second album, was released. The style of the new album is pure pop music, which is less like Euro pop than that of the debut album, Fairy Tales. The new album has been produced by Hartmann & Langhoff, Sunzet, Candy Hill (Ace of Base, Ultimate Kaos) and several others. The album was expected to be released mid-February 1999.
Charlotte currently works as a radio-host, in the morningshow "Morgenhyrderne" (the morning-shepards) at the Danish commercial radiostation Radio 100fm together with two Danish male comedians; Lasse Rimmer and Jacob Wilson.
Tiggy at Bitmachine
Tiggy official page at flexrecords.com
Thanks to Walter Gassire
In The Name Of Love (1995)
The song In The Name Of Love was featured on the X-Energy promo compilation Promo-Mix 26 in 1995
Thanks to Ninja
High Energy (1993)
This German project features a female vocal (Evelyn Thomas) and is a very nice eurodance track. The CD maix contained 3 versions: Single Mix, Club Mix, Dance Mix. It was written by Ian Levine and Fiachra Trench, produced and mixed by Amir Saraf, Sönmez, Rachid Nouri (who also co-produced the projects 100%, Hysterie and Colours Of Fantasy) and Ulli Brenner (who co-produced with Amir Saraf the projects La Bouche, Le Click, Pearl, Switch and Hysterie), recorded at NBS-Studio, Frankfurt, Germany. Label : Intercord Records
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Feel Good ()
Feel The Rhythm (2001)
Feel The Rhythm was written and produced by Sami Piiparinen, published by Go Records Oy. Vocals were done by Amina Hietikko
Thanks to jakeX
El Verano (20th May 1994)
El Verano was written, arranged and composed by Kowatsch and Scherhaufer. The vocals were done by Patty, and the Spanish vocals by Le Parasite. Label : Insania Records.
The CD maxi included a Verano Disco Mix, a Pacific Club Mix, a Lunatic Edition and a Verano Trance Version.
Thanks to reBeL
Run Away (1996)
Label: Dolphin Records, licensed under DPD in Denmark. Run Away was written by F. Amato, I. Godani, A. de Antoni and W. Naraine, mixed by Francesco Alberti, recorded and mixed at the Dolphin Studio, produced by The Dolphin Group.
Thanks to reBeL
Harden My Heart (16th May 1994)
Harden My Heart (1994)
Produced by SAIFAM Publishing Group. Vocals by Silvy. This is a cover of a track released in 1981 by Quarterflash. The CD maxi contained a different tracklisting : Factory Team remix, Love mix, Harden My Groove, Classic Mix and Club Mix. It was recorded a S.T. bear studios, released under Dig It, licensed under Arcade (CNR) in France and Dance Street Records in Germany.
Thanks to Klems, Astralys, and Alex Capilé
Produces the dance acts Datura, DJ Dado, Jinny, Outhere Brothers, USURA...
Sublabel : Italian Style Records
Time Srl was founded in 1984 on the crest of the Italian dance scene by Mr Giacomo Maiolini current chairman and mentor.
Year after year Time has consolidated its position on the international music panorama boasting many succesful hits such as Fly to me by Aleph, which was a big hit in Japan at the end of the 80's, Jinny with the song Keep Warm followed by the great success of Open your Mind by USURA during the early 90's.
Today Time is considered as one of the leading independent dance record companies in Europe thanks to the reputation and success reached by artists such as Outhere Brothers, 20 Fingers, Antares, Datura, The Tamperer feat. Maya just to name a few.
Recently Time has licensed Turn Around and Feel Good by Phatts & Small, Up & Down, Boom Boom Boom Boom, We're Going To Ibiza by the Vengaboys, Better Off Alone by Alice DeeJay and The Groove I Have by Paul Johnson from Chicago for Europe, has released the singles Tonite and Computer Love by Supercar and You Want My Love (Din don dada) by Paps's'N Skar.
To be mentioned, the worldwide success obtained by the single Feel it by The Tamperer feat. Maya; which has also reached the top of theEuropean chart during June 1998 and has sold more than one million copiesall over the world. The follow-up If You Buy This Record, (Your Life Will Be Better) reached the Top 5 of the European sales chart. In these days Time was waiting the release all over Europe of Hammer to the Heart by The Tamperer feat. Maya and Get Get Down by Paul Johnson.
Time is distributed by Self Distribuzioni, which founded in 1996, has become in only three years one of the leading structures in the distributionmarket in Italy, covering 60% of the national market in the single sales.Last but not least, let's spend a couple of words about the Team working in Time: an enthusiastic and dynamic group of young professional people,who share the merit of having all this become real.
Catalog (from 1992 to 1999)
The Palace (30th Sep 1996)
This project features the voice of DJ Zesar and a female vocalist. The single The Palace was composed and written by Koschutnig and Zesar, released under the label Jam, distributed by BMG Ariola Austria GmbH.
Thanks to reBeL
Make Me Move (1996)
Invade My Soul (1996)
The project featured the voice of Franca Ferlisi. Make Me Move was written by P. Starm and A. Bilak. It was featured on the compilation Euromix vol3. Franca was also featured on AkwilA's single Tell Me.
Thanks to Gianni
Don't U Feel The Beat (24th May 1994)
Crazy 4 U (1995)
Queen Of Clubs (1995)
Dancing In The Sun (7th Sep 1995)
I Wanna B (1996)
Timeshift is the name of a Belgian project that features a solo male vocalist called Indy Lee Rogers. According to the legend, he used to be a techno producer when he discovered he had a voice. He was actually a country singer and Elvis Presley imitator.
His single Don't You Feel The Beat (a cover of a French song initially released in the 80s by Philippe Cataldo, written by Jean Schulteiss, entitled Les Divas Du Dancing) and its live remixes were released under the ZYX label and appeared on several European dance compilations. The 2 following singles were Crazy 4 U and Dancing In The Sun, 2 very good eurodance tracks. The single Queen Of Clubs was deceiving. In 1995 too, Timeshift contributed to the welfare project De KerstSterren (releasing the single Vreugde In Je Hart).
Then, I wanna B was recorded in March 1996, it was the last single to be released. It featured a new singer called Brian Somerset. Brian worked for Club Med from 1990 till 1996. Even if he did not like his voice, everyone including professional singers encouraged him to continue singing and go professional. While training at a karaoke bar in Belgium, he was spotted by Peter Neefs.
The group seperated 6 months after release of this song. One of the dancers of the project, Edwige Veermeer, became later the singer of the project The Oh, and finally went solo as Edvika. After coming to Switzerland, Brian played the main role in 3 theatre pieces, been figurant in 6 different opera's at the Opera de Lausanne. Nowadays he works as a key account Manager.
Thanks to Nixo and Nico
Believe In You (1994)
Believe In You was written by Luca Galiati and Riccardo Gnerucci, mastered by Inzadi, produced, mixed and edited by D.V. Factory. It featured vocals by David Farra and Katya Dave. Label : The Braves.
You've Got It Maybe (1994)
Original singer was called Martina Fehlmann.
You've Got It Maybe was composed by Flavio Sardo, Hubert Knüsel and U.Zumbühl, arranged by Tommy Mustac at Skywave-Records, produced by Flavio Sardo. The CD cover was designed by Robin Müller at Skywave-Records. The single was recorded at Skywave-Records, Fällanden (Switzerland), mixed at Hardstudios, Winterthur.
Martina got recently married.
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Real name : Lorna Saunders. Female vocalist of Clock. She used to be a law student when she was discovered by the Media Records Team. She already knew her future partner ODC since she was a member of his dance class.
In the early 2000s, Saunders appeared on BBC Television's "Never Mind The Buzzcocks" in the celebrity line-up.
2008 : according to rumors, Lorna nowadays works as a legal secretary in Ipswich. She was about to have a baby.
Thanks to Thanks to Mike Steven
Artists and groups featuring Tinka
Clock - Everybody (1995), Holding On 4 U (1996), Oh, What a Night / You Give Me Love (1996), Whoomph! (There It Is) (1995), You Give Me Love (1996)
Come And Get It (1996)
1.Come And Get It (Optical 2 Radio Mix), 2.Dance In The Rain (Optical 2 Radio Mix), 3.She Wants Me, 4.Maxium Energy, 5.Intoxication, 6.Why Did You Do It, 7.Burning Up, 8.Nice And Smooth, 9.Dig It Up, 10.Rising Sun, 11.Come And Get It (Mixmaster K Hard Club Mix),
Liberation (aka Get Serious) (1998)
1.Liberation, 2.Don't Push It, 3.Funky Ride, 4.It's Too Late, 5.Summertime, 6.Body Talk, 7.Get Serious, 8.(We're Gonna) Party, 9.Abracadabra (Featuring BuBuMan), 10.I Know It's Wrong,
Dance In The Rain (1996)
Come And Get It (1996)
Maximum Energy (1997)
Passi Ja Hammasharja (1997)
Don't Push (1998)
Tino's full name is Tino Singh. He was born on the 4th of July 1971, in Cambay (India). He was awarded World Champion of showdance in the early 90's. He became famous as taking part to a Finnish musicals called "Hype". Currently he lives in Amsterdam and he got married in 2003.
He teamed up with Kari Kaivola, James Black and Miikka Hiillos. Dancing In The Rain was the first single to be released. One of the remixes was done by Optical II. The single was released under Blue Bubble/Bluebird. Then came the single Come And Get It. There was also a single called Maximus Energy.
An album called Liberation was released under his complete name Tino Singh. A compilation CD called Passi Ja Hammasharja featured a rare track of the same name, which was never released as single.
Tino later worked as an actor and a TV-show host, and in addition he has worked in IT-management, event management and marketing. He has also written a cookbook entitled "Tinos Delhi" in 1998.
He currently resides in Helsinki, Finland. He leads the band "Tino Singh and the Pimpdaddies".
Thanks to Mike Steven
I Just Wanna Stop (1994)
That's a Miracle (1995)
First single I Just Wanna Stop featured Kee Kee Bess. That's A Miracle featured the voice of Cherry Swing. It was written by M. Merelli. Label : PolyGram Distribution
Thanks to EurodanceRage and Apho
Endless Love (1996)
TMJP are Luca Marino, Pasquale "Paky" Piccolo and Giuseppe "Peppe" Terzo. Endless Love featured vocalist Sheila K. It was produced by Easy B (Marco Bongiovanni) and TMJP. Label: Dig It International
Thanks to Gianni
Lady Marmelade (Voulez-Vous Coucher Avec Moi) (1993)
Label : EastWest Records GmbH.
Thanks to Apho
Do You Still Care (1991)
Low Mass EP (1991)
Trip Men (1991)
Beam E.P. (1992)
Educate The Masses / Paris (1992)
I Want To Be Free (1993)
Depart EP (1993)
Dream Team EP (1993)
Mad Situation / Be Straight (1994)
TNI (actually written T'n'I, from the producers' initials) is a project of Thomas René Gerlach and Ian Pooley (who also stood behind the projects Outrage and Space Cube.
Discovering Paradise (1997)
Hans Em Schnaugaloch (2002)
Corinne Dreams (1994)
Far Over The Seas (1994)
Zak's Experiences (1994)
Logarithmic Digressions (1995)
Sub Oceanic Shuttle (1995)
Across the Galaxy (1996)
Aphteur Daisse (1996)
Attack on Solaris 7 (1996)
Corinne In Fall (1996)
Escape from SQ-Hell (1996)
Fun In The Sun (1996)
Galactic Journey (1996)
Heroes - Analog Wastelands (1996)
Heroes - Caeros (1996)
Heroes - Moon Message (1996)
It's Assembly Time ! (1996)
La veuve Mouillet (1996)
No Gravity - Gravitational Trance (1996)
No gravity - Interspatial (1996)
No Gravity - Neptunian Winds (1996)
No Gravity - Quasar Exploer (1996)
Powerbooster (Main Theme) (1996)
Discovering Paradise (1997)
Wonders Of The Oceans (1997)
Corinne in Spring (1997)
Electric Dream (1997)
Heroes - Neo Caeros (1997)
Heroes - Siderurgy (1997)
Heroes - Volcano Wastelands (1997)
No Gravity - Destination : Andromeda (1997)
No Gravity - My Trip To Vega (1997)
No Gravity - System Check (1997)
Persian Voyage (1997)
Phasm Mania (1997)
Sea of Tranquillity (1997)
You Are Not Dreaming (1997)
Age of Analogia (1998)
Alien Lifeforms (1998)
Are You Logarithmic ? (1998)
Carribean Fantasies (1998)
Fly With Me (1998)
Goackery 2 - Schwabbelritty (1998)
Heroes - Metal Master (1998)
Lina Gotta's Yatting Quest (1998)
Paradise Bird (1998)
Storms In Arboria (1998)
Vintage Dreams (1998)
Age of Analogia (Extended mix) (1999)
A Song For Corinne (1999)
Close To Corinne (1999)
Crystal Waves (1999)
Distant Heavens (1999)
Escape From Area 51 (1999)
King Of The Rainforest (1999)
Land of Cédéroms (1999)
Land Of Enlightment (1999)
Starship Contact (1999)
Stranded In Wonderland (1999)
Tales Of Epic Times (1999)
The Power Of Dreams (1999)
Journey To Micronesia (2000)
Far From Corinne (2000)
Are Droids In Love (2000)
Forgotten Forests (2000)
Dreaming Of Corinne's Eyes (2000)
Follow Your Dreams (2000)
Inca Dream (2000)
Journey to Synesthesia (2000)
Je vais bouger pendant le jingle (aka "L'hymne Baffiste") (2000)
Age of Tribes (2001)
Starwraith 2 Intro Track (2001)
Hans Em Schnaugaloch (2002)
Radioactive Waves (2003)
Kiffe le son ! (enjoy da sound!) (2003)
L'été à Quackery plage (radio edit) (2003)
Will I find the one ? (2003)
Antares Rising (2003)
Age of Nostalgia (2003)
Dreams For Tomorrow (2003)
Dancing On Uncatchy Songs (2003)
Unknown Galaxies (2003)
Meis People (2003)
Invisible à tes yeux (2003)
Mon âme soeur (2003)
On avait tout pour vivre (2003)
Rebelle à deux balles (2003)
Space Caravan - Alien Menace (2003)
Space Caravan - Early Mornin' Sports (2003)
Space Caravan - Investigation (2003)
Space Caravan - Mental Voyage (2003)
Space Caravan - Military Theme (2003)
Spam Mania ! (2004)
Turn The Sky All Blue (2004)
La teuf à Village-Neuf (2004)
Quelques tours autour du soleil (2004)
Vers l'horizon (2004)
Be My Bodyguard (2005)
La puissance de l'amour (French version of Be my Bodyguard) (2005)
N'éteignez pas le soleil (2005)
TNK is the scene name of Philippe Meisburger.
La Cucamarcha (1993)
La Cucamarcha (re-release) (1994)
AyAyAy Cielito (1994)
La Cucamarcha 98 (1998)
TNN means The New Nation. Frank Madero, Ramón Garriga, Tote Puerta & Soledad López were 4 musicians from Argentina who usually worked under the name El Simbolo.
La Cucamarcha (covering the famous Cucaracha theme) was released first in 1993 (licensed under Indisc in Belgium) then in 1994. The 1994 release was produced by TNN, co-produced by Fernando Petrone and remixed by Mario Hernandez, released under Dance Street Records.
The follow-up Ayayay Cielito was more latino than eurodance.
Thanks to Vision and Anton MC Ka$per Skaletsky
Criminal Mind ()
Kiss The Ground (1994)
Better Than Better (14th Dec 1994)
Let's Get Together (1995)
Ass In The Air (1995)
Behing TNT stands Don Diablo, a producer and DJ from the Netherlands and Richard Van Dongen. Over the last few years Don Diablo has released more than 30 records, including 7 Number One's in the Hardcore Top 10.
The eurodance single Better Than Better was remixed by the famous DJs and producers Charly Lownoise (Ramon Roelofs) and Mental Theo. The maxi included 2 B-sides, Kiss the Ground and Criminal Mind.
Thanks to Eurodance rage and BroderTuck
Gonna Dance The Night Away (1995)
The single Gonna Dance The Night Away, one of the most sought after eurodance vinyls, was produced and realised by J. Weysley and L. Core for Space records, composed by J. Weysley and L. Corey, written by J. Weysley and M. Dean. It was licensed in France under CNR Music.
Thanks to Klems
Vamos A La Playa '92 (1992)
No Tengo Dinero '92 (1992)
One Night In Bangkok (1993)
Das Omen Teil I '94 (1994)
The members of TNT Party Zone are Tillmann Uhrmacher and Nino Tielmann (maybe the name TNT comes from the first letters of their names).
Vamos A La Playa'92 highest position was # 29 in the German sales charts in 1992. A remixes vinyl was released, as well as for the follow-up single No Tengo Dinero. Then came One Night In Bangkok in 1993 (a cover of the Murray Head hit, which would be later covered by the Vinylshakerz in 2005), released under Strictly Dance. Das Omen Teil I '94, released under the Dance Pool label, reached # 88 in 1994.
Tillmann Uhrenmacher was also involved at Mysterious Art back in 1989, so that
it is no surprise that TNT Party Zone did a remake of the original
Das Omen I.
Remixes done by TNT Party Zone
Cutoff - Move (TNT Party Zone Remix) (5:55)
Funtime Club - The Sunny Side Of Life (T'N'T Party Zone Mix) (6:18), (T'N'T Short Mix) (3:57)
Techno Cop - The Vision (TNT Party Zone Remix) (5:56)
Thanks to Crazy4Music
It's Time 2 Party EP (24th Feb 1998)
Esta Loca ()
Can You Feel The Beat (1989)
Gotta Make Some Noise (1990)
What Happened To The Beatles? (1992)
Work Your Body (14th Nov 1994)
I Love The Way You Do It (13th Apr 1995)
Return Of The Bass! (1996)
The Roof Is On Fire (Somebody Say...) (25th Apr 1996)
The Rebel (20th May 1997)
TKC (real name : Chris Chudzik, aka TKC Kool Traxx) is a rapper and a deejay. He released many megamixes compilations that he mixed himself (such as the Mixin It Up series, the compilations Droppin' That Old Skool, Freestyle Forever, Chicago's Most Wanted...).
The major part of To Kool Chris solo singles are on a freestyle rhythm, anyway there are some nice remixes featured on The Roof Is On Fire single (especially the Euro mix).
Artists and groups featuring TO Kool Chris
DJ Insane - I Want You
Renee Tina - Do You Wanna Play (1996)
Move To The Rhythm Of The Auction (1993)
For Your Love (26th Nov 1993)
This project of Pema Records features the male rapper B-Love. 2 singles were released : For Your Love (featuring the vocalist Nicole B.) and Move To The Rhythm Of The Auction, with a B-side called What Am I Here For (featuring female vocals by Annika Klar). Move To The Rhythm Of The Auction, originally released in 1993, was re-released in 1995.
Another single was released in 1994 under the name TOC feat Rocca, it is entitled Doo-wop sh'bop. Maybe it's the same team, maybe not...
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Shake Your Body (1994)
Live In Peace (27th Mar 1995)
All Night (18th Sep 1995)
Id & T (4th Nov 1996)
It's Gonna Be Alright (1997)
Show Me (21st Jul 1997)
Novedad (10th Mar 1998)
Tocayo is a project of the producer Brian Hope. He had been DJing for about 12 years and in 1989 and 1990 he won the Scottish heat of DMC mixing championships. In 1991 he went to Spain and Deejayed there for one year, then he came back home. His next move was to get into making music. The first song released was Shake Your Body under Tocayo then came Live In Peace (which had his brother play guitar on and a sample of Brothers In Rhythm - Forever and a Day, which was done leagaly). He also done remixes for Positiva Umboza and Spirit Records Aquarius and worked under the name Funk Fiction as well doing filter'd Disco trks. Right now he is still DJing as hard as ever and have some new material coming out soon....
It's Gonna Be Alright was written by Sybil Jeffries, Michael Delgado, Matthias Hellbronn & L. Powell. Sybil Jeffries was also the vocalist. Sarah Shields was featured on the single Show Me.
Brian also remixed tracks such as Umboza's Cry India. More recently, he collaborated with a Scottish DJ on the project Toxen. Together they released the single Gloria/Nightmare Walking.
Thanks to Mikoo and BroderTuck
Got To Be Better (1994)
Got To Be Better, a eurodance/techno track inspired from J.S. Bach's famous Toccata and Fugue in D minor theme, was produced by Denzil Slemming and Humphrey Proeve. It featured a female vocalist and a male rapper (Proove himself, maybe ?), and was included on Japanese compilation Maharaja Night House Revolution Vol. 9. Label : Made Up Records BV.
ToCo International is the tradename for ToCo Licensing N.V., one of the world's largest and leading independent brokers in music-rights. The company was set up on April 1st 1989 by Ton van den Bremer and has its headquarters in Curaçao (The Dutch Antilles), headed by Jozef Zimmerman.
I Got My Mind (1998)
Italian producer, composer and songwriter Raffaello Todesco studied engineering at the University of Padua in 1966. He studied the guitar and began to compose his own songs following the lead of the musical line from Lucio Battisti. In 1968, he produced the Beat group I Totem. In 1971, he recorded and released his first composition : Voglia di te sung by Renato Intra. Then in 1979 he produced the song She'll come to me for the group Mixage and turned to dance music.
In 1980 he created the label Fly Music with Mario Percali and Piero Fidelfatti. Most well-known productions were Italo Disco/Dance music songs such as Video - Somebody and singles for the project Time. They split in 1984, the same year Raff and Mario created Ram Productions label (RAM = Raff and Mario). In 1985, Raff created RA - RE Productions (RA - RE = Raff Record). Paciulli, then Sergio Bonzanni (in 1988) joined the team. Without abandoning RA - RE Productions, Sergio and Raff founded Magma Records label.
Then in the 90s Raffaello and Sergio Bonzanni (aka Tobo) contributed to some eurodance projects such as S-bam, Lory Lee, GHYBLJ, Miky Mouse...
Between 1998 to 2004 he worked for the Blues (Arthur Miles). He produced for the multinational record companies like Sony and EMI.
Nowadays, Raff works in Milano as a producer for Italian deejay oriented record label Only The Best Record.
Artists and groups featuring Todesco (Raff)
4 In Action - Wind Of Change (1995)
Angy DJ System - Down On My Level (1994)
Byablue - Feeling (1994)
Chambers Sandra - Everybody's Dancing (1994)
GHYBLJ - Want You (1990)
Garage Foundation - Satisfaction (1995)
Idea - Keep On To The Rhythm (1994)
Ketty DB - Drive (1994)
Lory Lee - I Know You Love (1992), If Your Soul Believes Me (1992), Let Me Be (1993), Start To Dance (1992)
Miky Mouse - Doctor Love (1992), Electro Party (1993), Get On Down (1993), I Like (1993)
Sbam - Chica Boom (1991), Just Can't Get Enough (1991), On The Road Again (1991), Shake It Up (1992), Take On Me / Tell Me (1994), You Got Me Burning Up (1994)
Shannon - Into My Life (1994)
The 33rd Element (11th Apr 2006)
1.Loca (Crazy), 2.Professional Heartbreakers, 3.Smile To Me, 4.Leave Me Alone, 5.Millions, 6.My Love, 7.Love Me…Love Me, 8.Loca (Crazy), 9.May Be, 10.Professional Heartbreakers (pub remix), 11.Love Me…Love Me (Unu's Nightmare remix), 12.Love Me…Love Me (Unu's Guitar remix), 13.Love Me…Love Me (Unu's Dub Remix), 14.Love Me…Love Me (Unu's Party in Paris remix),
Love Me... Love Me... (6th Jun 2005)
Professional Heartbreakers (2007)
Wake Up (2008)
Erase It (2010)
Bang Bang (2010)
Remember Me (2010)
My Heart (2011)
I'm Giving Up (10th Feb 2012)
Aquamarina (20th Jun 2013)
Porque Te Amo (21st Apr 2014)
Loka (3rd Dec 2014)
Bella Bella (26th Apr 2015)
Tolko S Toboy (30th Mar 2016)
What Is Love (27th May 2016)
A On Drugoi, Mama (28th Apr 2017)
Priruchay (3rd Nov 2017)
Moldovan singer Arsenie Todiraş was born on July 22nd, 1983. His mother worked as a doctor, his father as an engineer. He has a younger sister. His parents gave him the chance to decide his way of life all by himself, and his biggest dream was to become a musician... He started to write his own songs when he turned 15 and at the age of 16 he got involved in a Moldovan folk band named Stejareii. When he was 17 he started to take singing lessons with Russian opera singer Larisa Shulga.
He then became the youngest member of boys band O-Zone, which scored huge hits with Dragostea Din Tei and Despre Tine, selling millions of records. He then started a solo career under the artist name Arsenium and released his first single Love me… Love me….
In 2006, with Natalia Gordienko featuring Connect-R, he competed at the Eurovision Song Contest in Athens, as representative of Moldova with his song LOCA ("Crazy" in Spanish), finishing in 20th place with 22 points. The same year, he took part in the Dansez Pentru Tine Dance Contes, the Romanian version of real-TV show Dancing with the Stars, and took the second place (winner was Romanian singer Andra). His first album The 33rd Element was released in Romania and the rest of Eastern Europe in the summer.
2007 : in June Arsenie released his 3rd single Professional Heartbreakers along with a 3D animated videoclip.
2008 : Arsenie released the single Rumadai, which was a summer hit in many European countries.
2012 : he released the single I'm Giving Up under the name Arsenie.
2013 : Arsenie recorded a new song entitled Aquamarina which premiered on radio Muz.FM on May 8th.
2014 : Arsenium teamed with Sati Kazanova (ex lead-singer of Russian girls-group Fabrika) for single Porque Te Amo (Russian title was До рассвета which means Before Dawn). Then he released a Russian version of his 2006 song Loca.
2015 : Arsenium's next single was entitled Bella Bella.
2016 : Arsenium's new single was entitled Tolko S Toboy (Only with you). A few months later, he released the English version entitled What Is Love.
Artists and groups featuring Todiras (Arsenie)
O-Zone (2) - Dragostea Din Tei (2004)
The Lion Sleeps Tonight (1995)
The project featured Jerome Leeds. Label : Intercord Tonträger
Thanks to Abelito
Fax Me ()
Big In Japan (1996)
The single Big In Japan contained an Extended Version, a Hardcore Version (remix by DJ Roy), a Club Version and a Short Version. It was produced and arranged b Domenico Labarile, featured vocals by Nadia S., and was released under the Dutch label Dance factory.
Let's Get This Party Groovin ()
Label : Fresh music
Thanks to Web DJs
Do You Like ? (1996)
Label : Happy music. Do You Like? was composed by P. Scarciotta and G. + M. Cope
Thanks to reBeL
Enough Of Your Love (1994)
Zoo Future (1998)
Sicilia...You Got It! (1999)
A Question Of Time (Part One) (2004)
A Question Of Time (Part Two) (2004)
Records company : LED Records. The female vocalist is Annerly Gordon. It was the first single that the Italian DJ and remixer Toni H (aka Daniele Tognacca born in Seregno, on the 29th July 1970) had composed and released. It was produced by Daniele Tognacca, Ivan Gechele, Luigi Stanga, programmed and arranged Ivan Gechele and Luigi Stanga.
When asked about Enough Of Your Love, he even looks surprised that anyone remembers this beautiful eurodance track : "I had forgotten and I do not know not even if it is existed effectively. It was a track that traced Hymn of Cabballero, which in that period (between the end of 1994 and the beginning of 1995) was in head in all the charts. I must have a copy of it..."
The other singles were released under the name of DJ Tony H : such as Zoo Future, Sicilia, JFK, Overdose... He also did many remixes, for instance for Datura (El Sueno 2002). He worked on the radio : in 1994 his artistic gift brought him to co-produce with DJ Molella a radio program of progressive music, Molly 4 Dee Jayin. In 1997, he produced his first radio show : From Disco To Disco, two hours every saturday night with techno & trance music. Then in 1999 he had become one of the most important djs of Radio DeeJay and his selections of mixes were broadcasted daily in a particular radio program : Mixin' 4 You.
Thanks to DJ Marto Aida
Artists and groups featuring Toni H
Toni H - Enough Of Your Love (1994)
1.I Don't Wanna Be Your Baby, 2.Right Here Waiting, 3.I Like Chopin, 4.Whine Your Body, 5.Boogie Down, 6.Love It Like That, 7.Want You Back Again, 8.Believe, 9.Serious, 10.Never Needed To Cry,
Right Here Waiting (1998)
Tonique features a female vocalist called Louise and a ragga-rapper known under alias Ding Dong, with occasional contribution of singers Katrine J. and Teddy B. The project released a dance cover of Richard Marx' classic in 1998, followed by an excellent eurodance album called Believe under Zona records in 1999, distributed by EMI.
Thanks to Vision, Gianni and DanceWebSite.
Label : 21st Century Records. Fine was produced by Florian Fadinger, Giuliano Crivellente and Mauro Farina, written by Giuliano Crivellente and Mauro Farina.
We Got To Believe It (18th Feb 1994)
I Feel You (5th Jul 1994)
My Only One (28th Apr 1995)
Take My Heart (30th Sep 1996)
Energetic Power (1997)
Label : Italian Style/Union records. All singles were released as vinyl only.
The project started with the single We Got To Believe It in 1994. It was followed by I Feel You the same year, written and composed by Antonio. Puntilllo, Franz Scandolari, M. Persona and Roby Arduini. It included a Strawberries Mix, a Juice Edit, a Main Room mix, a Main Dub, and an acapella version.
The following year, My Only One was released. Then came Take My Heart in 1996, written and composed by L. Carpella and F. Scandolari.
Their last single was Energetic Power. It was arranged, recorded and mixed by Franz Scandolari and L. De Preti at Union Studios. The executive producer was Roby Arduini. The vinyl included a Electro Mix, a Bassline Mix, an Original Mix, a Dub-A-Mix, and an Hypno Mix.
Don't Want It Don't Need It (1996)
The project features a female vocalist and the 2 male rappers Eric Pinas and Michael Van De Vaart.
Don't Want It, Don't Need It was composed by Maurice Hickendorff, written by Eric Pinas and Michael Van De Vaart. The featured vocalist was Xiomara Burnett.
Destiny was produced, composed, arranged and remixed by Maurice Hickendorff and Richard Van Naamen. Vocals were sung by Jessica Amelia. Lyrics were once again written by the 2 rappers.
Thanks to EurodanceRage
Take Me Deeper (1997)
Thanks to Steve
Fly Away (1994)
Open Your Heart (1995)
Can You Feel It (1995)
This danish act features a male rapper and a female vocalist. At first, Toolex project was supposed to be named Avanti, but name was already take by a kitchenware company.
The first single Fly Away included a House mix, an Extended version, a Radio version, a Fletch full dub, and a Fletch club edit.
Then Open Your Heart was released. It was actually the first song to be recorded by the project. Both tracks were produced and mixed by Johnny Jam and K. Delgado, co-written with rapper John Medisa aka Keez.
A third track entitled Can You Feel It was recorded, with EyeQ vocalist Julie Næslund. A videoclip was shot for the song, and it was John Madisa's study project. The single is impossible to find (maybe it was never officially released ?). Song is also spread on the net as Discover feat. MC J Can You Feel It
Thanks to Klems
No Disco No.1 (1990)
1.Lonely Star, 2.Ciao Italia, 3.Competition Knows Me, 4.Wroc Yesterday, 5.Swiatła Wielkich Miast, 6.Puerto Rico, 7.Wejdziemy Na Top, 8.Fred Kruger, 9.Zldne Prawdy, 10.Top One,
Poland! Disco No.2 (1990)
1.Tekla, 2.Miła Moja, 3.Wiatr, 4.Biały Miś, 5.Granica, 6.Bliska Moim Myślom, 7.Taka Mała, 8.Santa Maria, 9.Złoty Krążek,
Remix '91 (1991)
Coraz Wyzej (1992)
1.Coraz Wyżej, 2.Seria Zła, 3.Mój Powszedni Dzień, 4.Osiem Dni, 5.To Manhattan, 6.Chinatown, 7.D.J. - Zagraj Dla Nas, 8.To Twoja Gra, 9.Kiedy Odchodzą W Cień Drzew, 10.Gagarin,
Cios Za Cios (1992)
1.Cios Za Cios, 2.Move Ya Body, 3.Salvation, 4.Just For A While, 5.So Good It Hurts, 6.I Can't Stand It Anymore, 7.Capitol, 8.Welcome To The 20th Century, 9.A Matter Of Time, 10.Badder Than Bad, 11.Zbawienie (Wersja Polska Utworu Salvation),
Wstan i Walcz (1993)
Rock'n Dance (1993)
Dzieci Europy (1994)
1.Walcz O Mnie, 2.Chce Miec Swoj Swiat, 3.Serce Jak Muzyka, 4.Dzieci Europy, 5.Moja Ameryka, 6.Zlota Jokochama, 7.Szkola Zycia, 8.Falszywi Przyjaciele (Dar't Story), 9.Zlo,
1.Krol I Zebrak, 2.Zakazane Miasto, 3.Dzieci Europy (Version'95), 4.Krew Na Piasku, 5.Walcz O Mnie (Version'95), 6.Rejs Dookola Zycia, 7.Zlota Yokohama (Version'95), 8.Party Line, 9.Wielki Bieg, 10.Serce Jak Muzyka (Version'95), 11.Pro Dance Mix,
The Best Of 1989-1999 (1999)
Disco Mix 2000 (2000)
Biale Misie I...!!! 2000 (2000)
Lsnienie Gwiazd (2001)
1.Ty Dobrze O Tym Wiesz, 2.Na, Na, Na, 3.Powiedz Mi, 4.Palcem Na Ścianie, 5.Możesz Mi To Dać, 6.Lśnienie Gwiazd, 7.Królowa Nocy, Królowa Gwiazd, 8.Czy To Jest Miłość, 9.To Nasza Wyspa, 10.Po Co Mi Złota Blask, 11.Proszę, Powiedz Mi Jak, 12.W Błękitnej Mgle,
1.Hello!, 2.Zostawcie Titanica, 3.A.B.C.D., 4.Wrzuć Na Luz, 5.Kolor Pieniędzy, 6.Po Prostu... Cześć!, 7.Novella Blue, 8.Strach Ma Wielkie Oczy, 9.Nasze Kilimandżaro, 10.Życie Nie Jest Nowelą, 11.Biały Miś (Rmx 2006), 12.Ciao Italia (Rmx 2006), 13.Rajski Ptak,
Top One are Paweł Kucharski, Dariusz Zwierzchowski, Emil Jeleń. Album Dzieci Europy featured rapper Mr Ghana. Kate Lesing also took part to the project as vocalist.
Thanks to Klems
The Good Times (1995)
Label : Evidence. The Good Times featured raps by Thami Dee and vocals by Jasmine (actually Clara Moroni)
Thanks to Steve
Like Your Lover (1995)
Label : Out. Vocals were done by Giangi Bonsaver along with Caterina Farassino and Stefania Di Maio. The single was composed and mixed by Alessio Pili and Danilo Dalmasso, produced by Alessio Pili & Giangi Bonsaver.
Give Me Ecstasy (6th Jun 1995)
Label : DWA records. It features William Naraine (singer for Double You), as well as the composers Francesco Amato, Andrea De Antoni and Ilaria Godani.
Thanks to Gianni.
Shain Tosun is a rapper, composer and songwriter. He took part to the projects Unknown - Take Me To The Climax, D. Fresh - Tell Me What You Feel and Shine - By The Light Of Nature.
Shain also teamed with Olaf Ohlhäuser and Oskar M to create Unity Project.
Silvana Lodato (who was also the voice of Groove Connexion, Funk Appeal and
X-Brass'O) was the vocalist. They released the singles Dive into Eternity,
Divemix and Eternity Millenium.
Thanks to Necronomic
Artists and groups featuring Tosun (Shain)
D-Fresh - Tell Me What You Feel (1996)
Be What You Want To Be (26th Nov 1993)
Be What You Wanna Be was produced by Timo Geis and Stefan Lebert. The female vocalist is Aisha Blackwell and the rapper is Oliver Otbanjo. The maxi was published by Songs of Logic and released under ZYX Music in Germany.
Thank to Vision
Deep Inside (1994)
Musical team : Laurent Salem - Frederic Bion - Philippe Gualco. Executive producer : Eric Wendel. The female vocalist was Laurence Jay. The single peaked to #25 in the Frenc Maxi Dance chart.
Thanks to Nico
Spanish dance act that was produced and arranged by Sontrak (Carlos Solis and Jose Vicente Molla) for Contraseña S.L. Label: Lethal Records.
Thanks to Ulysses
The World Is Crying (1994)
Label: Rough Trade Germany
Gimme Love (1994)
Label : PRG (Progressive Motion Records). Gimme Love was producer by Crossfade, composed and written by Vajda Ibeas and Zippo Vincenzo. It was licensed in France under Atoll Music
Thanks to Apho
1.Live In Cash, 2.Le Droit Chemin, 3.DDResozismus, 4.Save The World, 5.The Man Who Knew Too Much, 6.Militant, 7.Kerbala, 8.Heldentod, 9.Shalom, 10.Wahre Arbeit Wahrer Lohn, 11.Muhammar,
Cosmic Muhammar (1994)
Starship Race (3rd Oct 1994)
Muhammar Remix 1999 (1999)
Muhammar Remix 1999 (1999)
Touch El Arab was created by Philippe Olivier and started back in 1987 with the ethno-pop track Muhammar. The single was very successful at that time, but no other single followed. Philippe Olivier gave up the project in 1988. But 6 years later he decided, with the producer Alexander Friedrich, to release a new version of Muhammar. They found a female vocalist by chance : Diana Luiz was a student working in a pizzeria. She happened to deliver a pizza at their studio. Their production result in 2 great Eurodance tracks with a few samples of Arabic songs.
Starship Race was recorded and mixed at the Fort Vox Recording Studio, Bale, Switzerland. It was produced by Forward Phoenix Industries. It was mixed by Hoover, Monroe, Hyne, with assistance of Massias Meyer. Executive production and mastering by Carlos Peron
Before Touch El Arab they had recorded tracks under the name Billy Bordelli. They had some problems because they played nude on some gigs. Later Philippe Alioth recorded under the name Spartak where he made more Industrial sound, after that he got more techno/house related with Alexander Friedrich as Alioth & Friedrich.
Touchelarab.ch - The official site
Thanks to Vision
So Many Men, So Little Time (1994)
Thanks to Abelito
Let Me Go (1994)
The project featured a female vocalist called Maryelle. The project name is maybe a mistyping of Turquoise Bay. Let Me Go! was recorded, mixed and arranged by Collino Colynsky and Deni Vian at Spectrum Recording studio, produced by Collino Colynsky, Mauro Novani, Deni Vian, Marco Salvaterra and Sergio Mancinelli. Label : Z'Up.
Thanks to aldo
What Can I Do (1995)
Vocals were done by Sandy Chambers
Thanks to Abelito
Cry 4 Love (1993)
Careless Whisper (1993)
Toy Boy is a project of Rico Novarini, aka Enrico Zabler from the Masterboy and Lucas Cordalis aka Luke Skywalker.
Careless Whisper was produced by Enrico Zabler. It was a cover of George Michael's hit.
Cry 4 Love was produced by Rico Novarini. It was written and composed by Enrico Zabler and Luke Skywalker. The melody of Cry 4 Love reminded of Cappella U Got 2 Know. The singer had a voice which reminded of Trixi.
Fantastic (21st May 1999)
1.Toy-Box Pictures Presents, 2.The Sailor-Song, 3.Best Friend, 4.Tarzan & Jane, 5.ET, 6.Teddybear, 7.Super-duper-man, 8.I Believe In You, 9.Earth, Wind, Water and Fire, 10.What About, 11.Eenie, Meenie, Miney, Mo, 12.A Thing Called Love, 13.Sayonara (Goodbye),
Fantastic (15th Nov 1999)
1.Toy-Box Pixtures Presents, 2.The Sailor Song, 3.Best Friend, 4.Tarzan & Jane, 5.ET, 6.Teddybear, 7.Super-duper-man, 8.I Believe In You, 9.Earth, Wind, Water and Fire, 10.What About, 11.Eenie, Meenie, Miney, Mo, 12.A Thing Called Love, 13.Sayonara (Goodbye), 14.So Merry Christmas Everyone,
Toy Ride (28th Jul 2001)
1.Superstar, 2.Russian Lullaby, 3.www.girl, 4.007, 5.Cowboy Joe, 6.Dumm-diggy-dumm, 7.Wizard of Oz, 8.Divided, 9.Prince of Arabia, 10.SOS, 11.No sleep, 12.Finally,
Tarzan & Jane (12th Nov 1998)
Best Friend (8th Apr 1999)
Sailor Song (25th Aug 1999)
Teddybear (Nov 1999)
Superstar (30th Jul 2001)
Toy Box are Anila Mirza and Amir El Falaki. They had met each other at a New Year's Eve party in 1996 and decided to combine their talents... They had been both singing and dancing professionally for some years, and they also stand behind the choreographies of the group.
Anila was born in Hillerid (Denmark) on the 8th October 1974. Anila's parents are from Indonesia and, when she was young, they moved to Denmark and made a very good life. Amir was born in Copenhagen (Denmark), on the 12th of August 1973. He is 1,86 m tall and he loves playing football, dancing, and playing with his Playstation. Before becoming a part of Toy-Box, he used to be a dance teacher.
In the end of 1998 they released their debut single Tarzan & Jane. A couple months afterwards, they came up with a new single : Best Friend, which became a major hit. During some time, the 2 first singles remained in the the same charts, on a very high position. Best Friend even peaked #1 in the charts. Then Toy-Box came up with The Sailorsong, but that didn't work out to be a big hit. The song entered in the Top 20, but it didn't got any higher. The follow-up Teddybear was even less succesful : it entered the Tipparade in Holland, but it didn't came in the charts. Anila and Amir were little bit disappointed, because they had believed very strongly in Teddybear.
Meanwhile their first album Fantastic had some success, especially in Holland, where it reached #1 after only 2 weeks. It took a long time before it got any lower. After 1 year the album disappeared from the charts, but after a while it came back.
Their second album Toy Ride included the song Russian Lullaby, a cover of E-type's hit song.
2004 : Anila is currently working on her solo carreer and she changed her name to Aneela. Like many others, she turned to pop and RnB style. An album is currently being recorded. In February, a live concert was planned in Copenhagen.
2006 : Aneela already released 2 singles : Jaande and Chori Chori (a Bollywood-style song, with Arash, on a melody already used by Snow for his rap single Informer in the early 90s).
2010 : Aneela was in the UK to record her second solo album and to practise some show rehearsals for her tour "Say Na". Rumors about a possible Toy-Box comeback started to spread.
2011 : Toy-Box could be back. Aneela told in a message to Bubblegum Dancer that they were"currently recording new material and getting ready for the launch…"
2012 : Aneela announced that a new single and album from Toy-Box were being recorded and were almost ready for release, as well as they planned to do a world tour. But on November 13th 2012, Aneela announced that, due to complications with their record label, and after a long two year battle, they had decided to not release new music as Toy-Box anymore. However, she didn't rule out that her and Amir may eventually return under a new name.
2017 : Tarzan & Jane was covered by Gina-Lisa & Florian Wess.
Toy-Box.dk - Official website
Toy-Box Unofficial site
Nathalie's Toy-Box homepage
Thanks to D-man '94 and Tyler
Tesko Lovers (5th Feb 1994)
Tesko Lovers was written and produced by Riccardo Testoni (aka DJ Ricci), Ricki Persi & Davide Rizzati. It was produced at Scientific Studio, licensed from Expanded Music, Bologna (Italy), released in Germany under ZYX. Vocals were done by Nacha Donadio, aka Nacha World, an Italian DJane who died 25 December 2016.
Thanks to reBeL
You've Got The Power (1994)
Musical team : Summa, Facchinetti, Lorenzetti. Published under Ed. Lombardoni.
Thanks to Yane the Greek
Nightlife (10th Dec 1993)
Keep On Doin' (8th Jul 1994)
Producer : Serge Ramaekers. Written by M. Horsford
TPFF means Three Persons For Fun.
You Make Me Feel (Oxygene) (1997)
Behind the German project Tracks Sk8ters (pronounced 'skaters') stand Henning Reith (one of the Bass Bumpers producers) and I. Freeman (probably the Bass Bumpers rapper also known as E. Mello)
It was produced, arranged & mixed by Henning Reith for Bass Bumpers Music, published under Edition Noiseless / Warner Chappell. Label : Dance Street records.
Thanks to Yane the Greek
Push was released in 1996 in Italy. It was written and composed by Riccardo Menichetti, Alessandro Massaro (actually Antonella Massaro) and Paolo Deri, produced, arranged and mixed par Riccardo Menichetti and Federico Scavo. Label: X-Energy Records
Thanks to Marian Stoica
Tonight (Jul 1995)
This Italian project featured a female vocalist called Anne Callagni (aka Tracy Anne). This single was composed by Tonelli, Scarfi, Gianfranceschi and Francesco Alberti, recorded in Krystal Studio in Massa, produced by Four System. The vinyl contained 4 versions: Club mix, Radio mix, U.S.A mix and Dub mix. It was released under ZAC Music (Italy), re-released in 2001 under Chin Chin Pum.
Thanks to Alex Capilé and Marian Stoica
It's My Life ()
It's My Life is a cover of BonJovi's hit.
Thanks to Gianni
Why Can't You Give Me Your Love (1996)
This project features a female vocalist and a male rapper. The single Why Can't You Give Me Your Love was featured on the compilation Hit News Vol. 2 '96
No Matter What U Do (19th Sep 1994)
The project features a rapper named Funky Neighbor and a female vocalist called Cita. Their only song entitled No Matter What U Do was released in 1994.
So Nice (2nd May 1994)
Label : Polydor Germany. So Nice appeared on the German compilation Maxipower vol. 3 in 1994. It was produced and arranged by Claus-Robert Kruse, Ulrike Hagemann and Reinhardt Frantz in Hamburg. The project featured a female vocalist who was not credited. It was published by Oh Yes Music / Hanseatic M.V., recorded and mixed by Ulrike Hagemann in Oh Yes Studio (which later would become Oh Yes Records, owned by Claus-Robert Kruse a.k.a. Bob Cruise), written and composed by Reinhardt Frantz. The single included 3 versions : Radio Version, Extended Mix and Nice Surprise Mix
The same production team was behind Passion Club and their single Gotta Give My Heart of the year 1994.
Thansk to Etiney S. da Hora and Gianni
Can You Feel The Power (1995)
Can You Feel The Power featured a solo female vocalist. It was recorded and mixed at Demo Studio Professional in Alessandria (Italy), produced by Massimo Tatti, written by Francesca Musanti, M. Tatti and Sharon Rose Francis. Label: Big Trax Records
Trance Opera is a Spanish eurodance project, created and produced by Quim Quer and Jordi Luque. They featured Susana R. (maybe Susana Ribalta, who did vocals on Como El Aire by X-Samar). Trance Opera released a cover of Zombie by The Cranberries in 1995.
Not to be confused with the project produced by Alexander Stiepel and Andreas Hoetter of the same stage name.
Thanks to Ulysses
On A Mission (1994)
Trance Pose was Dutch project based in Rotterdam, fronted by 2 ladies and a male dancer. On A Mission was written and produced by Ernst Dommershuyzen and Sander Baas, co-produced by Peter Vriends, recorded at the Essentiel studios, published by Dancetaria music. Lead vocals were done by Astrid Monnier (aka Astrid Stephanie Kies)
Thanks to Abelito
Turn Up The Power (15th Feb 1994)
Get Up (Oct 1994)
Trance X-press is a project produced by Fabrice Nyiri and François-Xavier Legleye. Both singles were released under the label Three Little Boys.
Turn Up the Power was a powerful eurodance cover of the N-Trance hit, it had even more success in France than the original song ! (#22 in Club Charts and featured on popular samplers like Dance Machine). The B-side called Get Up was made with Régis Ducatillon and was a great eurodance anthem. Some radio stations such as M40 decided to airplay this track instead of the single !
That's the reason why Trance X-press team decided to remix & release Get Up as a full single, adding new synth parts and a ragga-rap. They did it with the help of their neighbour from French North and producer, Fred Riester. But it did not have the same success.
Thanks to Nico
Save Me (1994)
Trance-Mission was a project of Misar (Mike Staab) and Uwe Wagenkecht, featuring uncredited vocals by Franca Morgano.
Thanks to nata and Denis "DJ Hooligan" Zhabkin
Trancedellic is a project of DJ Thoka (Thorsten Kaiser) and Stefan Heinemann, featuring the vocalist Claudia Neuland.
Falling was written & Composed by Stefan Heinemann, Arranged by Thorsten Kaiser. All tracks were recorded and mixed at G & G Studios/Kaarst. It was produced by The Wild Boys (who among others remixed 4-2 The Floor - Future Love and Jay Jay Okocha's single I I Am Am JJ)
Thanks to Yane the Greek
Eco System E.P. (1993)
Humanoid '93 X-Po EP (1993)
Let Your Mind Dive (1994)
Lunatic Angel (1995)
Eco System E.P. was produced and composed by G. Dietz & R. Boye. It contained 3 different tracks : Be My Lover, Mind & Soul and Magic Mushrooms, style was rather hard house. Antoher EP folowed : Humanoid, once again absolutely not eurodance, rather acid/trance.
Let Your Mind Dive and Lunatic Angel featured the voice of Neil.
Lunatic Angel was written by Raymund Beyer & Gregor Dietz.
It's Gonna Be Alright (1993)
Dance In Paranoid (1994)
Produced by P. Rossini and G. Fanelli. Published by DJ Movement Records and released by ZYX Music.
No relation with the 80s group Trance X.
Thanks to Vision
1.Colour Of Love, 2.Only You, 3.Reach Out (Part One), 4.Start Feeling Better, 5.Tender Heart (Radio Mix), 6.It's In Your Smile, 7.Give Me Time, 8.Keep Up The Good Work, 9.The Rhythm Inside (Colour Of Love) (P.O.B. Mix), 10.I'll Leave It Up To You (Gregorian Ambient Mix), 11.Reach Out (Part Two), 12.Colour Of Love (Video Mix),
Tender Heart (1994)
Colour Of Love (1995)
I'll leave It Up To You (1995)
Reach Out (1995)
Tender Heart (1994)
Musical team : Silvany Bricen, Njaal F. Lie, Svenna Mohaugen.
The first single, Tender Heart, was released in 1994. It was remixed by Espen Berg, Trancefiction and DAC, released under the label Rotor-Oil.
The single Colour Of Love featured a female vocalist and the raps of Ricky, actually the famous Ricardo Da Force who contributed to N-Trance and the KLF. The CDM contained one interactive track and 4 musical tracks : Radiomix, Original Radiomix, Daydreemermix, and Pianomix. It was produced by Espen Berg, remixed by Ashley Casselle, Rod Layman and Peer. Label : EMI Records.
Then came Reach Out, featuring additional rapping in part two by Decoy (Frank Lionel Fiankan).
An album featuring 11 tracks plus a bonus track was released in 1995. It was entitled Compromise and released under EMI Norsk A/S.
Trancylvania also produced Mona Dee's single You Gotta See.
Not to be confused with the project Transylvania which released the single Don't Cry.
Thanks to Alex Capilé, BroderTuck and Hickermann.
Pump It Up (1993)
I Wanna Feel You Baby (1994)
Sweet Heart (1995)
Transit started in 1991 as an Italo-house project. First singles Sometimes, Message, Girl and Pump It Up were released under Line Music. Follow-up Somebody was released in 1993 under Italian Style Records. Then came eurodance singles I Wanna Feel You Baby and Sweet Heart under In Out Records.
Time Is Imaginary (1992)
The Power Of My Dreams (1994)
Up In The Air (1996)
Transparent Dreams were José Tatay (Poeta), and G.D.C. Vocals in Time Is Imaginary were done by Carla Gimeno, and Celia Giménez.
Thanks to Abelito
Together We're Free (1994)
She's Back (31st Jan 1995)
Label : ZYX. This project features the voice of Maxime.
Thanks to reBeL
Don't Cry (Vampires Love) (27th Sep 1993)
The single was composed, produced and arranged by Danki Cigale and Wolfgang Sommer, released under ZYX label.
Thansk to reBeL
Going Back To My Roots (1995)
Gone With The Winner (1996)
Love Is In The Air (1997)
It's Not Unusual (2000)
Time To Wonder (2003)
The single Mishale (a cover of Andru Donalds, pronounced like Michelle) was a nice uptempo track, it contained an excellent eurodance B-side entitled Sunny Sunny. It was produced by Factory Team and Mauro Farina, recorded and mixed by E. Serra, and Johnny Mix. Sunny Sunny was written by Farina, Molla and Serra.
Contact Your Body (1994)
Contact Your Body was produced and written by Alex Badella and Steven Saccavino, recorded at Active Studio, arranged by Steven Saccavino, programmed and mixed by Alex Badella, published by Lupomannaro Productions S.a.s., released under label Feel & Keep.
Come Follow Me (1997)
I Want You Back (1997)
Trax was a project of Marc Martin, Richard Roman and S. Maspons.
Thanks to Abelito
Let Me Know (1995)
Let Me Know featured a female vocalist and a rapper.
Deeper And Deeper (Jul 1994)
Reality (15th Oct 1994)
Musical team : R Rosan, B Beelte, H Schmidt, F Powell. Project featured a female vocalist (rumoured to be Marilyn Mariani) and a rapper. Reality was produced by John Fonda and Edwards Louis. Label : Paramusic records. They released another single entitled Deeper And Deeper.
I Don't Want Your Love (1994)
Treble Bass is a Spanish project of Nacho Mendoza, M. Monedo and F. Rodriguez (a.k.a. DJ Parche, DJ Psicho & F. Pkos) . I Don't Want Your Love was recorded at Estudios Terrordrome
Just Wanna Be With You (1997)
You Cannot Help (1995)
Label : Positive Power. The single was produced by Alberto Pea and Enzo Vezzosi, written by Folicaldi and Pennacchioli.
Iris was born in Hedeinheim an der Brenz. She loved to dance and sing since she was a little child. She started as a member of school choirs, later she became the lead vocalist of a rock band. In 1993, she contributed to Fantasy Of Love by the project Pharao (not the one we know)
She was the first female vocalist to be featured by the project The Free. She was featured on the songs Lover On The Line, Born Crazy, Dream, and Dance The Night Away. She had to leave The Free for severe health reasons.
More recently, she started a solo carreer in the gospel and jazz style, touring through Germany with her band, singing covers and own compositions. Some of her songs were released under Sony Music.
Iris still lives in Heidenheim.
Artists and groups featuring Trevisan (Iris)
Pharao (2) - Fantasy Of Love (1993)
The Free - Born Crazy (1994), Dance the Night Away (1995), Lover On the Line (1995)
Trey D (21st Sep 1999)
1.I'll Do Anything, 2.Push Your Hands Up, 3.Make It Better, 4.Little More Time, 5.I Wanna Be with You, 6.Makin' Love on the Dance Floor, 7.Infatuation, 8.Ba da Way Yo, 9.Mirror Mirror, 10.Wait Until Tomorrow, 11.Saturday Night, 12.Ghost Town, 13.Round N Round (We Come to Party),
Higher And Higher (1st Apr 1997)
Summertime (25th Sep 1997)
Mirror Mirror (19th Dec 1997)
His real name is Keith McGuffey and he comes from Danville, Kentucky. He started writing songs when he was only nine years old
Trey D is an old friend of Kevin Richardson from the Backstreet Boys. He met him at the age of 12 when he attended Kevin's family's church camp. The two young men began writing songs, some of which were eventually used for the Backstreet Boys' first demos
After graduating high school he attended the University of Kentucky for two years, then joined the U.S.Navy and was stationed in Little Creek, VA. He got his record deal when after Kevin invited him down to Orlando for a visit. When he got down there he auditioned for the Transcontinental Records folks and got a record deal.
While perfecting his act, Keith toured Europe as a bodyguard for the Backstreet Boys, and subsequently became their opening act as Trey D. He wrote and perfomed all of his own songs, including his singles, which were very successful in Europe and Asia. Keith also wrote for the Backstreet Boys first album (Get Down) and Aaron Carter's album (Get Wild). Apart form his solo carreer and songwriting contributions he also took part to Centory 's Girl You Know It's True.
His first solo single was entitled Higher and Higher. The second single was called Mirror Mirror, it was written by Gary Carolla and Keith himself, composed by Gary Carolla (who also did the remixes), mixed in Orlando, Florida. The additionnal vocals were done by Shawn Fisher. The single was co-produced by Johnny Wright and Gary Carolla.
The third single was entitled Can't Wait Until Tomorrow. In 1999, Trey D released a self-titled album under Edel records.
After touring the world and US as an opening act for both the Backstreet Boys and NSync, Keith decided to stop as an entertainer and become a player behind the scenes. He created two songs that the Backstreet Boys recorded and released on their album Black and Blue (More Than That and Shining Star). He has a joint venture with Sony/ATV in New York that allows him to develop aspiring songwriters (Shakertown Music Publishing). Keith is also a founding partner in Avenue 3 Music, a production company that develops artists for recording deals. Keith is currently writing and producing songs for various artists and recording and developing local talent in Louisville.
Kevin Richardson and Keith, still big friends throughout these years, wanted to give back to their home state and surrounding areas and provide aspiring artists, musicians, songwriters, producers and engineers the foundation and necessary tools that are essential to succeeding in the music industry. This dream led them to The Music Workshop : a comprehensive company that would educate and guide aspiring musical artists through workshops, personal consulting, and professional demo recording.
Keith McGuffey (Trey D) biography at The Music Workshop
Thanks to Anton "MC Kasper" Skaletsky for the latest informations
Artists and groups featuring Trey D
Centory - Girl You Know It's True (1996)
Trey D - Higher And Higher (1997), Mirror Mirror (1997)
Feel The Power (1994)
Feel The Power was recorded, mixed and produced by Double G and Vecchi Merletti
Thanks to Steve
Don't Go ()
Don't Tease Me ()
Dance The Night Away (1995)
So In Love (31st Oct 1995)
The first single was rather a freestyle track. All the singles were released under from Wolfpack Productions and Quality Records. Dance The Night Away featured Cinzia Mella. It was producer by Gary Canale and Tony Carvalho. So In Love was a freestyle song, so was the B-side Just You & I.
Thanks to reBeL, BroderTuck, Klems and Jason
Come My Way (1994)
Tribe DC is a X-Energy records project.
Let Us Dream Away (1998)
Let Us Dream Away featured a solo female vocalist. It was written by R. Signorelli (not the Italian producer, but a Dutch producer whose real name was Siegfried Guido Weyprecht, and who is known as founder of Rams Horn Records label) & S. Dornauer (actually his son Franz Siegfried Weyprecht). It was licensed from Sound Wave Productions AVV Holland to label ParaMusica in Mexico.
Project name Trilithon was actually a reuse from a project of Huib Schippers which released techno/synthesizer tracks in the early 90s (such as Choice, Children of the future, Let Me Feel What You Need...).
Thanks to Yane the Greek
Alex Trime (aka Alex Strasser, aka Eddie Gibson) is a producer, keyboardist, composer and songwriter. He used to be member of the group Elegato, along with Nestor Haddaway. Often with Sven DELgado Jordan and Gary Carolla he contributed to the projects Centory, Sly (One Day), Steel (Power Of Love)... He also took part to DJ Bobo's tracks Freedom on his album There's A Party and Tell Me When and Pray on his album World In Motion.
Producing and songwriting
Aaron Carter : Get Wild
Acts United : We Are The Champions
Centory : Point Of No Return, Merry Merry X-Mas, Take It To The Limit
Die Schlümpfe : Singt
DJ Bobo : Freedom, Pray
Johnny Right : I Wanna (Be With You Tonight)
Minnesota : I Feel Love
Nomansland : 7 Seconds, Fantasy
Queen Dance Traxx feat. Worlds Apart : I Was Born To Love You
Solid HarmoniE : Got 2 Have Ya
Thomas Anders : Live Your Dream, Playing With Dynamite (2004)
Haddaway : I Miss You (1993), Life (1993), Rock My Heart (1994)
DJ Bobo : Take Control (1993)
Floy - Are You Still My Baby / Beat Of Your Heart (1995)
Odyssey : Riding On A Train (1994), Move Your Body
Sir Prize - Time Is Alright For Love (1993)
Tommie Jenkins - Don't Call It Destiny
Thanks to reBeL
Artists and groups featuring Trime (Alex)
Black Baron - What's Your Name (1994)
Centory - Eye In The Sky (1995), Point Of No Return (1994), Take It To The Limit (1994)
DJ Bobo - Freedom (1995)
Haddaway - I Miss You (1993), Life (1993), Rock My Heart (1994)
Indee - Come With Me (It's Alright) (1994), Pomm Pomm (1993)
Steel - Power Of Love (1995)
Gotta Go (1995)
This project features a rapper (Patrick Wincent from the project Look Twice) and a male vocalist. The single Gotta Go was composed by Trinity and arranged by Robert Storm and Lé Cream.
Thanks to Necronomic and Robert Storm himself
Luscious Spice E.P. ()
Me Likey (30th Nov 1999)
Wild Obsession (2007)
Womans Mind (16th Sep 2008)
Feel It (8th May 2009)
I Can Do That (19th Oct 2011)
Touch Your Hips (14th Oct 2016)
Dominator (16th Dec 2016)
That Groove (17th Mar 2017)
How We Do It (28th Apr 2017)
Trash Talk EP (12th Jun 2017)
Lovely Day (8th Sep 2017)
Erik "the M.E.G.A" Trinkaus (aka Erik Decks or DJ T Junior) comes from Frankfurt. This DJ, producer, rapper and songwriter raps in English with a German accent. He was rapper for many eurodance projects :
2 X Treme 4 U - What U Want
Alfa Gamma - Sweet Dreams
Clubfish - Nimm'N
Mad - I Think Of You
Ophelia - Hand In Hand
Paradise - Do I Do (What I Do For Love)
Up'n Dance - Real Groove
Zuum - Rhythm Of Life
His powerful rap was also featured by the project Intermission for the song Give Peace A Chance.
He produced the single Funky People for the project Funkateers, did a remix for the single Age Control Mr. Vain (the S.O.C. Club mix). He wrote lyrics on Hope's single Future World in 1996 and co-produced it.
He nowadays lives in Hamburg and releases house music under his alias Erik Decks.
Thanks to Necronomic and D-man '94
Artists and groups featuring Trinkaus (Erik)
2 X-Treme 4 U - What U Want (1993)
Clubfish - Nimm'n (1994)
High and Mighty - Tell Me (1994)
Intermission - Give Peace A Chance (1994)
Jay Frog - Sho Nuff Funky (2013), U Got Love (2017)
Mad - I Think Of You (1995)
Ophelia - Hand In Hand (1994)
Paradise - Do I Do (What I Do For Love) (1994)
Up'n Dance - Real Groove (1994)
Zuum - Rhythm Of Life (1994)
Based in Berlin, this is a producers, composers and writers team made of :
Mike Michaels (born 1956 in Berlin), Mark "MM" Dollar (born 1967 in Riga) and
Mark Tabak (born 1965 in Riga). Among other projects, they stand behind the
eurodance acts Slam,
Italian music producer Franco Tripodi contributed to many eurodance projects, such as Ancorah, Barnet, Martine...
Artists and groups featuring Tripodi (Franco)
Ancorah - You Will Be Mine (1995)
BUS - Maybe (1995)
Barnet - Gimme All Your Love (1995)
Cecilia - Call My Name (1995)
E-klips - Mistery & Harmony (1995)
Homeboyz - A Whiter Shade Of Pale (1995), Can't Let Go (1994)
Joyce - The Sun (1995)
Martine - Tough Girl (1994)
Matrix 10 - She Really Loves Me (1995)
Nicol - Tonight It's Over (1994)
Power Band - Love & Tears (1994)
Read Kathy - Tonight (1996)
Robey B - Try Jah Love (1995)
SIU - Gotta Love (1996)
Spring Helena - I Can't Believe (1995), Lovely Boy (1995)
According to some rumors, it was the name of female vocalist of the Italian Blizzard project. It is not know wether it was Sharon Linn's stage name of the moment, of if Lora Trish never existed at all.
Italian producer, remixer and songwriter Giordano Trivellato contributed to many eurodance (Andromeda, Nevada, Etoile, Jessica Wright) and dance projects (Milky, Outhere Brothers).
Artists and groups featuring Trivellato (Giordano)
Aladino - Stay With Me (1995)
Andromeda - Do You Wanna Right Now (1994), Sending All My Love (1994), We've Got To Live Together (1994)
Aqua (2) - In The Name Of Love (1995)
Bailey Carol - Feel It (1994), I Can't Make You Love Me (1996)
Coleman Silvia - All Around The World (1994), Feeling Now The Music (1994), Take My Breath Away (1994)
D-Inspiration - Keep Me Going On (1994)
Dirty Mind - Transiberiana (1994)
Etoile - I Want Your Love (1994)
Gardner Paula - Move Your Body (1994)
Hydra - Secrets (1994)
Jinny - One More Time (1994)
KC Spirit - Dancing In The Rain Now (1994)
Kina - Strange Love (1994)
Marvellous Melodicos - Sing Oh (1994), The Sun + The Moon (1995)
Nevada - Don't You Bring Me Love (1995), Feels Like Heaven (1996), Make My Day (1994), Take Me To Heaven (1994)
Pelican - Don't U Know (1995)
Phase Generator - All I Wanna Do (1995), Nevermind (1994), Wonderful Life (1996)
Prophecy - I Keep Calling You (1994)
Transit - I Wanna Feel You Baby (1994)
Wright Jessica - Energy (1993), In My Dreams (1994)
Movin' Over (8th May 1993)
Dance To The Beat (Oct 1993)
Anything For You (1994)
The Beat Of The Flamenco (1995)
Ridin On The Night (20th Feb 1997)
Stay With Me (5th May 1997)
Label : Italian Style. Trivial Voice is a project of Walter Cremonini. All their singles were probably only released as vinyl.
Movin' Over, was composed and written by C. Varola, W. Cremonini and A. Gilardi. The single was mixed and arranged by C. Varola, M. Comis and L. Biondi, released in 1993 (ISP 1179). It was licensed in Germany under Logic Records.
The next single Dance To The Beat was written and composed by W. Cremonini and A. Gilardi, released in 1993 (ISP 1218).
Then came Anything For You. The executive producer was Giacomo Maiolini. It was out in 1994 (ISP 1284).
The Beat Of Flamenco was one of their best releases, a beautiful eurodance track with a few Spanish guitars, which was featured on the compilation Maxi Dance 08. It was written and composed by Gomiero, Danieli, Santacatterina, W. Cremonini and A. Gilardi. It was released in 1995 (ISP 1305). According to rumors, the vocals could have been done by Simona Jackson (Jimone Jay).
The follow-up Ridin On The Night was out the same year. Composed, arranged and written by W. Cremonini, A. Gilardi and R. Romanini at Time Studio, it was arranged by W. Cremonini and A. Gilardi. According to rumors, the vocals could have been done by Denise Johnson (lead singer of the group Primal Scream).
The last single Stay With Me (ISP 1365) featured the voice of Sandy Chambers.
Thanks to Jøsse, Marian Stoica, and grof pl.
Two Tribes / Hold On Me To Me (1994)
So Far Away (1997)
Two Tribes / Hold On To Me was released in 1994 under BSM. It featured vocals by Sonja E.D. and raps by Dr. Can.
So Far Away was released under the label RA in 1997.
Thanks to EuroBoy
Heart & Soul (1995)
Baby I Love You (1996)
Pop trio formed in 1995, consisting of Claire Richards (born 17th of August 1977, in Hillingdon), Cossie and Bonnie. They chose the groups name by picking random letters while playing a game of scrabble. After releasing two singles in 1996, Heart and Soul which reached # 69 in the UK singles chart and Baby I Love You which peaked at #64, as well as a few tracks released on Japanese compilation, the group were dropped from their record label. Bonnie left the group, being replaced by Miriama, who would later became a member of Solid HarmoniE. According to Claire, the producer only wanted to keep on working with Cossie.
Claire later went on to achieve fame and better success as part of mainstream pop group Steps. Aftr the group split in 2001, she created the duo H&Claire, releasing three singles and an album.
2007 : Claire is now taking an extended break from the limelight, living with her boyfriend Reece. She gave birth to a baby boy, named Charlie.
2008 : Claire released a fitness DVD 'Five Step Fat Attack' was released on December 26th
Shake It ()
(Waiting For) The Right Time (1991)
Get Loose (1995)
TT Fresh is also known as TT Fresh Crew and TT Fresh Posse. In 1991, TT Fresh appeared on Captain Hollywood's single Debora. Then they released the track (Waiting For) The Right Time, with contribution of Ramon Zenker and Eric Singleton.
Get Loose featured a ragga-rapper and a female vocalist called Serab.
Thanks to DarkSideOfDream
Gianlorenzo Tubelli began his DJ career in 1976. His first gig was at Radio Montecarlo Disco Club, in his hometown. He produced his first record in 1986, a classic 80's Italo Disco published by Discomagic without great success. The second record was the first known HipHouse tune and was an international chartbreaker. During the 90s, he took part to many dance (such as Fluxland) and eurodance (such as Connie Nice, ADAM...) projects, as producer or as remixer, some of these tracks becoming world charts number.
A.D.A.M. feat. Amy - Memories & dreams (1995 - Dig It int'l)
Albert One - Mandy (1998 - Baby Records International)
Alex B. - Escape from the universe (JKR)
Anna Falchi - Pium Paum (vipula vapula) (Dig It int'l)
Assuefazio - Latin peace (Who's di Selecta)
B Utopia - The Buzz (Area Records)
B.Kard & Robertino feat. Joe J. - Virus experience (JKR)
Club-Zone - Back on love (1993 - Dig It int'l)
Connie Nice - Dancing in the night (1995 - Dig It int'l)
Cyndi Shadow - Mouth luv (JKR)
DJ Morphine - Rock da Party (Move Music Movement)
D.J. Risso - Uaka Uaka (Baby Records International)
Dance 2 Trance - Power of American Natives RMX (Dig It int'l)
Dave'n'Kay - Florita dulce (Discomagic)
Doctor Dee - No cure (Dig It int'l)
Drajan - Hippodrome's dream (1987 - Discomagic)
Eretisaw - Straight E.P. Vol.1 (Blastraxx), Kamalloh E.P. (Blastraxx)
Evergreen - It's gonna be love (1995 - Dig It int'l)
F & T 505 - Nocte Aeterna (1992 - Discomagic)
First in action - Pipemania (Area Records)
Franco Ricciardi & 99 Posse - Cuore Nero RMX (Dig It int'l)
Frenchcafe - Dreamer (Baby Records International)
Ghez - Ready or not (Dig It int'l)
Giuni Russo - Un estate al mare (Dig It int'l)
Hi Bleep - The party (Discomagic)
Home of the Brave - The point of greatest intensity (Dig It int'l)
House 2000 - Intruder (Baby Records International)
Kamel - You Oughta know (Dig It int'l)
Kinky - Neverending dreams (JKR)
La Folla - Albachiara (1993 - Dig It int'l), Con le mani (1996 - Dig It int'l)
Louding Crew - Full Color (Marcom music), Morigan (Marcom music)
Manola - Welcome to the future(1995 - Dig It int'l)
Mixage - The power of mixage (Baby Records International), Dance 2000 the power of mixage (Baby Records International)
Move Feat. Annie - You and Me (Move Music Movement)
Paula Rogers - Carnival (Dig It int'l)
Psycotron - Free (Dig It int'l), I don't need anymore (Dig It int'l)
Red Madhouse - Valium (1993 - Dig It int'l), Roipnol (1993 - Dig It int'l)
Roberto Francesconi - Corrente elettrica (Dig It int'l), Corrente elettrica (rmx) (Dig It int'l)
Ross - Only You (Hitland)
Sally - Harmony (1990 - Discomagic)
Sandy Dix - No more I love you's (Dig It int'l)
Sarah - Did you love me (Dig It int'l)
Security Device - Rap device (Discomagic), Can't you feel it (Discomagic)
Sevilla - I wanna give you devotion (1995 - Absolute joy)
Sutra - Pray n mantra (1995 - JKR)
Tennents - Wake up now (WAM)
The Creatures - Believe in yourself (Dig It int'l)
The Pills Club - Viagra (Hitland)
The Voice - Night & day (Dig It int'l), Copacabana (Dig It int'l)
Thenax Adventures - Thenax adventures (Discomagic)
THK - Thinkin about you (Marcom Music)
Time Out - Chains (1995 - Dig It int'l)
Train Company - Shine On (1998 - Hitland)
Unity 3 vs Talarico - Vol1 / Vol2 (DBX Records)
XL - Fluxland (1994 - Dig It int'l), Fluxland (rmx) (Dig It int'l), MerryX(l)mas (Dig It int'l), Siuxland (Dig It int'l)
Thanks to Marian Stoica
Artists and groups featuring Tubelli (Gianlorenzo)
ADAM - Memories And Dreams (1995)
Connie Nice - Dancing In The Night (1995)
Evergreen - It's Gonna Be Love (1995)
Grimaldi Sarah - Did You Love Me (1994)
Psychotron - Free (1993), I Don't Need Anymore (1994)
Sevilla - I Wanna Give You Devotion (1995)
Good Life (18th Oct 1993)
Yo Yo (19th Sep 1994)
Just The Way You Like It (14th Aug 1995)
Yo Yo was released under X-Plode / Bellaphon Germany. Just The Way You Like It was composed by Dan Eagle, written by Adit Jeremy and Jam A, produced by Dan Eagle and Ray Potter. It was published by Edition Allover Music.
Thanks to EuroBoy and reBeL
Italian producer Fabio Turatti is member of the S.A.I.F.A.M. Publishing Group team. He contributed to many eurodance productions, such as Jessica Jay, Katty B, Masquerade, Raffa, Wildside...
Artists and groups featuring Turatti (Fabio)
DJ Space'C - Don't Break My Heart (1995)
Fun 2 U - Inolvidable (1996)
Graffiti - Stand By Me (1996)
Harrow Den - The Universe Of Love (1994)
Heartclub - Alone (1997)
Jenkins Tommie - Let Me Be Your Love (1995)
Jessica Jay - Can't Take My Eyes Off You (1997), Reach (1996), The Tide Is High (1995)
Kao - Clavado En Un Bar (1997)
Kate Project - A Better World (1998), Heart And Soul (1996), No More I Love You's (1995)
Katty B - Take On Me (2000), They Say It's Gonna Rain (1998), Where Do You Go (1998)
Kenny Gold Jr - You To Me Are Everything (1997)
Kikka - Love Me Tonite (1995)
Killer Shadows - Don't You Want Me Babe (1998)
Koka - Earth Song (1996)
Laszlo Ken - What A Lonely Night (1995)
Lawrence - Face To Face Heart To Heart (1999)
Leit-Motiv - Cuentame Al Oido (1999)
Live 2 Love - Estrella Gemella (1996), Time To Say Goodbye (1997)
MS Klang - Whatever (1995)
Marmelade - You Are The Star (1995)
Maryland - This Is The Night Baby (1995)
Masquerade - Inside Of Me (1998), Square Room (1998)
Meanstreet Boys - Last Train To London (1996)
New Generation - Take It Or Leave It (1995)
Paradise Fall - 7 Seconds (1994)
Piccadilly - Coming Up (1994)
Pinko - Wild World (1994)
Pow-Wow - I Don't Wanna Let You Down (2000), Lullaby (1999)
Raffa - Broken Land (1997), Little Girl (1997), On And On And On (1997), You'll See (1996)
Shaw Charles - Gotta Fever (1995)
T-Zone - Body Rock (1996)
Task Force - Capitan Black (2002)
Thomas - Can You Feel The Love Tonight (1995), My Sharona (1995), To Cut A Long Story (1998)
Varaderos - I Got U Babe (1999)
Wienna - Future (1995)
Wildside - 2 Become 1 (1997), I Wanna See The Sun (1996), In My Heart In My Soul (2000), Take A Chance (1999)
Work No Work - Who Can It Be Now (1994)
Italian producer Roberto Turatti was born in Milan in 1956. He started playing the drums in 1972 and founded his first group, Decibel, in the basement of his house with P. Mancini, S. Longhin and Enrico Ruggeri . They released their first album Punk in 1978, in rock style. In early 1979, he started DJing in Milanese disco American Disaster.
In 1983, he produced, along with Miki Chieregato, their very first record : Den Harrow To Meet Me. This was a beginning of a very successful collaboration. From 1983 to 1988, they composed and produced a score of international Italodance hits for Den Harrow, Albert One, Tom Hooker, Fred Ventura, Eddy Huntington, P. Lion, Joe Yellow, Styloo, Vvanne, and more.
In 1989, Roberto founded the N.T.M. production with Mario Natale and Silvio Melloni. Till 1994, they were responsible for many hits for artists Papa Winnie, Francesco Salvi, Jo Ring, Sabrina, Secchi and Co.Ro. He also produced singles for Xeya and Vangelo.
1998 : he founded All I Really Want Ed. Mus Production with Silvio Melloni and Gino Zandonà, and till 2001 they produced hits for Kim Lukas and AC One.
2001 : he founded Definitive records.
From 2005 to 2008 Roberto worked for and with FMA. mus. He collaborated with Mario and David Allione on publishing MP3 compilations (DJ Voice). He is currently doing a project on community internet open to all musical creativities..
Artists and groups featuring Turatti (Roberto)
Harrow Den - A Taste Of Love (1984), Bad Boy (1985), Catch The Fox (1986), Charleston (1986), Future Brain (1985), Holiday Night (1989), Mad Desire (1985), Overpower (1986), To Meet Me (1983)
Huntington Eddy - Band Bang Baby (1989), May Day (1988), Physical Attraction (1989), USSR (1986), Up And Down (1986)
Lukas Kim - All I Really Want (1999), Let It Be The Night (2000), To Be You (2000)
Nenetha - Make Me Love (1994)
Taleesa - Love For Free (1988)
The Pik - Searchin' For Love (1994)
Unsex - I Love You Baby (1995)
Vangelo - Can U See (1994)
Xeya - Sweet Fantasy (1996)
Get Wild ()
1.Maniac, 2.Don't Hold Back, 3.Nice & Smooth, 4.Best Of My Love, 5.Lyrical Jesse James, 6.I'm Not Dead, 7.Shake Em, 8.Chaos, 9.Get Wild, 10.What You See, 11.I'm Not Dead (Reincarnation mix),
Make Way For The Maniac (1993)
1.Maniac, 2.Don't Hold Back, 3.Nice & Smooth, 4.Best Of My Love, 5.Lyrical Jesse James, 6.I'm Not Dead, 7.Shake Em, 8.Chaos, 9.Get Wild, 10.What You See, 11.I'm Not Dead (Reincarnation mix),
Top of the Food Chain (1999)
Witness The Strength (1990)
Pump Up This Party (1990)
Lyrical Jesse James (1992)
I'm Not Dead (1993)
Nice & Smooth (1993)
What You See (2nd Oct 1993)
Get Wild (1995)
New Day (26th Sep 2005)
Last Call for Alcohol (28th Feb 2014)
Get Wild (Plutone Remix) (12th Jan 1995)
(Maurice Darron Butler)
Rapper of Snap and Centory
He was born on the 30th of April 1967 in Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania, USA). He is 1,95 m tall. He started his musical career as drummer with a heavy metal band in his hometown
He was sent to Frankfurt in 1985 by his Uncle Sam to become a bomb disposal expert. Rico Sparx and Moses P discovered he was a first class rapper and human beat-box. After his discharge he returned to the USA but went back to Germany to continue his musical carrer.
His talents earned him spots with acts such as Maze and The Fat Boys. He has shared the stage with such artists as Chaka Kahn, Michael Jackson, Natalie Cole, Sinbad, Hall & Oates, and even Tom Jones. He also collaborated with Mark Spoon.
Germany-based producers Benito Benites and John Garrett Virgo III, had put together a project they would call Snap!, after a function on a sequencing programme. They recorded a song called The Power which was built from samples of New York rapper Chill Rob G (Robert Frazier)'s Let The Rhythm Flow. They added the powerful female backing vocals of Penny Ford. The record was first released on the Wild Pitch Records label in America with the credit Snap featuring Chill Rob G. However, after the first 30.000 sales, problems with Chill began to manifest themselves and they sought a replacement. They chose Butler, who was renamed Turbo B.
Chill was allowed to release his own version of The Power in America. Around the rest of the world a new version, featuring Turbo B, topped the charts. To promote the record, Turbo and Penny Ford toured widely, before she started on a solo career and was replaced by Thea Austin. Whereas they continued to score colossal hits with Oops Up, Cult Of Snap and Mary Had A Little Boy, dissent had set in. Turbo wanted more artistic input, and contested the choice of Rhythm Is A Dancer as projected lead-off single for the band's second album. He told that he hated the song and influenced the producers in their decision to release The Colour Of Love instead. The single flopped, whereas Rhythm Is A Dancer became another international smash (the biggest selling UK single of 1992). By now the rift between the parties was irreconcilable. Turbo had signed up for a solo career (debuting with I'm Not Dead on Polydor Records, with vocals by Thea) while the Snap! single was still climbing in several territories. Thea Austin too found herself a solo contract.
Between 1994 and 1997 Turbo B created many projects in which he appeared or not : Centory, the Porn Boys... He did raps on Comic's I Surrender To Your Love. Then he moved to Orlando (Florida).
1999 : he released a single featured by the ex cover-girl Victoria Silvstedt (Rocksteady Love).
2002 : a single was released, entitled Quest featuring Turbo B : Lonely. It was released under ZYX Music
2003 : Turbo B was back with Snap for the singles The Power 2003 and Rhythm Is A Dancer 2003. Then he was featured by Master Blaster on their new single Ballet Dancer.
2005 : Turbo B appeared with Snap in the German TV show Ultimative Charts Show in June. He rapped on The Power, along with Garcia's former vocalist Ouided Khachnaoui. He recorded a new solo single : New Day which will be released on September 26th.
2010 : Turbo B was featured on Regi's album Registrated 2.
Remixes done by Turbo B
D.J. Professor - Life Is Life
The Pack - Stand & Fight (1990)
Thanks to nolimits, Necronomic, Denis "DJ Hooligan" Zhabkin and D-man '94 for the latest informations
Artists and groups featuring Turbo B
Centory - Eye In The Sky (1995), Point Of No Return (1994), Take It To The Limit (1994)
Comic - I Surrender To Your Love (1994)
Lory Lee - Let Me Be (1993)
Master Blaster - Ballet Dancer (2003)
Moses P - Total Kontrol (1989)
Penxten Regi - We Be Hot (2011)
Quest - Lonely (2002)
R E - Don't Cha Know (2009)
Rumnetsa & Enchev - By The Sea (2013)
Snap - Color Of Love (1992), Cult of Snap (1991), Gimme A Thrill (2000), Mary Had A Little Boy (1991), Megamix (1991), Ooops Up (1990), Rhythm Is A Dancer (1992), The Power (1989)
Viktoria Silvstedt - Rocksteady Love (1999)
Can't Stop ('Cause It's Saturday Night) (1999)
Angel Tonight (2000)
A first single called Can't Stop ('Cause It's Saturday Night) was released in 1999 and featured vocals by Alexia Phillips.
Angel Tonight featured vocals by Dion. It was written by Ian Jamieson Nieman, produced by Ian Nieman and Troy Matthews, recorded at Turbo! studio (hence the project's name) in Canada. Label: 21st Century Records
Come On (Make My Day) (1994)
The project featured Sandy Chambers and a sample of Max P's raps taken from Club Factory's I Think I'm Gonna Rock. It was produced and written by Antonio Summa and Roby Benvenuto (aka Roberto Bonizzoni).
Thanks to Abelito
Koes Plus (1981)
Mata Keranjang (1982)
Cintaku Karena Cintamu (1984)
Jejak Jejak Sepatu (1988)
Jumpa Kawan Lama (1995)
Cinta Remaja (1986)
Wal Wazil Wal Wa (1994)
Tuti Kanta (real name Tuti Rusmini Kanta Zaini) was the name of the female vocalist featured by the project. She was born on August 14th in Prabumulih - South Sumatera (Indonesia). She moved to Jakarta where she was spotted as she was singing in bars. She worked as a studio vocalist and toured with live bands between 1981 and 1987. Not less than 6 albums and 2 singles were released. First single Madah Cinta was #2 at Best Asian Popular National Song Festival in 1983.
She arrived in Germany in 1988 to follow her German man, and from 1989 she did vocals in live bands and studios in Hamburg. In 1993, she met Rolf Kohler who made her record a cover of When Two Worlds Collide, but the single did not have any success.
Wal Wazil Wal Wa was written and composed by Thorsten Brötzmann who also produced it together with Peter Hoffman. The maxi contained 3 versions : Radio Mix, Club Dance Mix and Trance Mix and was published by TMV Wunderwelt. Released in 1994, it stayed #1 in Isreal's pop charts during 6 weeks.
The same year, she recorded Looking Out For A Hero with Kentucky Band.
In 1995 and 1996, Tuti Kanta sung choruses on Blue System's singles Laila and Only With You. She also contributed to another Dieter Bohlen project, Atisha's single Secret Of The Night. She also recorded some more eurodance songs, such as After Midnight and Rhythm Of The Groove, but they could never have been released...
2000 : she sung cover songs in Pfefferkörner, a TV movie that aired on German TV
From 2004 to 2010, she toured with Marcia Barrett as a member of Boney M. She also works as a vocal coach
2013 : she compted at Supertalent on RTL, but in spite of the fact that she received 4 "yes", her performance never aired. Maybe because of the fact that one of the jury members was Dieter Bohlen ?
Thanks to Klems and Vision
Artists and groups featuring Tuti Kanta
Atisha - Secret Of The Night (1996)
Blue System - Laila (1995), Only With You (1996)
Melk Goeslaw - Madah Cinta (1983)
Superboy (8th Jun 1997)
The female vocalist for this DWA project is Clara Moroni. The music was composed by Robyx and the lyrics composed by Alexia and Sandy Chambers (who did background vocals along with Vivy and Bob). It was engineered by F. Alberti, recorded and mixed by Casablanca Recording in Italy. Intro voice was done by Ronnie Jones. The MC was Alessandro "Falcon" Terzi. Credits were given to Mauro"Atenzione atenzione" for the football information.
Thanks to Pol NRG
Street Moves (1990)
1.I Can't Stand It, 2.Whom Do You Trust?, 3.In Your Eyes, 4.Are YouDreaming, 5.Help 'em Understand, 6.Living In The Jungle, 7.You Can Make Me Feel Good, 8.Show Me Your Love Tonight, 9.Find A Better Way, 10.I Can't Stand It (Bruce Forest Remix),
Slave to the Music (22nd Nov 1993)
1.Slave To The Music, 2.Is It Love, 3.Take Me Away, 4.Keep On Goin', 5.Music Is My Life, 6.Leave Them Alone, 7.What Time Is It, 8.Take Your Chance, 9.Let's Stay, 10.Slave To The Music (Ferry & Garnefski ClubMix), 11.Is It Love (Dancability Club Mix),
I Wanna Show You (9th Dec 1994)
1.Intro, 2.Gimme More, 3.Keep On Tryin', 4.I Wanna Show You, 5.On The Playground, 6.Paradise, 7.Breakin' Up, 8.Oh Baby ! (Album Version), 9.Words Of Wisdom, 10.You Gotta Be Safe, 11.Runaway, 12.Oh Baby ! (Atlantic OceanDance Mix),
24 Hours A Day, 7 Days A Week (Sep 1997)
1.We Are The World, 2.Here Is My Heart, 3.Friday Night, 4.Free, 5.Angel, 6.If You Want My Love, 7.Gimme Lovin', 8.We Are The World (Ruyters & Romero Remix), 9.Friday Night (Paradisio Club Mix), 10.If You Want My Love (Charly Lownoise & Mental Theo Remix),
Best Of (2nd Apr 2010)
1.Slave To the Music, 2.Is It Love, 3.We Are the World, 4.Gimme More, 5.Paradise, 6.Keep On Tryin', 7.You Gotta Be Safe, 8.Oh Baby! (Album Version), 9.If You Want My Love, 10.Take Your Chance, 11.I Wanna Show You, 12.Leave Them Alone, 13.What Time Is It, 14.Friday Night, 15.Take Me Away,
I Can't Stand It (Sep 1989)
Are You Dreaming (Dec 1989)
It Could Have Been You (11th Sep 1992)
Slave To The Music (13th Aug 1993)
Is It Love (14th Nov 1993)
Take Me Away (28th Feb 1994)
Leave Them Alone (30th Jun 1994)
Oh Baby ! (15th Oct 1994)
Keep On Tryin' (8th May 1995)
We Are The World (30th Aug 1996)
If You Want My Love (27th Mar 1997)
Friday Night (Aug 1997)
Ne Ne (Sep 1999)
Like Flames (Sep 2007)
Slave To The Music 2010 (Sep 2010)
The Reason (7th Feb 2012)
Slave to the Music 2k16 (22nd Jan 2016)
I Can't Stand It (1991)
Leave Them Alone (the Italian remixes) (1994)
In the year 1989 the Dutch producer and remixer Ruud Van Rijen created Twenty 4 Seven. This became something totally new : a female singer, singing a catchy chorus together with a male rapper. This combination together with a very happy sound, a melody you can't get rid off, became very popular in the Netherlands and beyond.
In the beginning he started out with rapper MC Fixx it. The single was called I Can't Stand It. This was a hip-hop track (100 BPM). The chorus was made by Ruud himself with a vocoder. But the track only was a little hit in the Dutch Tip-Parade. So Ruud started working out a Hip-House version (124 BPM) which was totally different from the original. Nance Coolen was chosen to be sing the chorus. As it was the trend at the time, song also sampled many singles, such as The Jacksons - Can You Feel It and Kurtis Blow - AJ Scratch. This time, I Can't Stand It hit top 20 in Holland.
After a few months, a German records company showed interest in the record. They asked Ruud to re-record it in Germany with a different rapper. I Can't Stand It third version featured raps by Captain Hollywood, along with Nance's vocals. They were joined by 2 dancers Jacks and Hanks who also did the male backing vocals. It became a smash hit all over Europe, charting in September 1990, peaking #7 in the UK, and #3 in Israel, and #1 in many other countries.
After I Can't Stand It Twenty 4 Seven released Are You Dreamin' around Christmas 1989. It was a good follow-up in view of the chart positions it gained. And in 1990 they released the album Street Moves.
At the end of 1991, Captain Hollywood had a little argue with Ruud van Rijen and left the band. After this, he created the Captain Hollywood Project. During this time Captain Hollywood became more popular than Twenty 4Seven. Hits like More & More, Only With You became popular in whole Europe. Twenty 4 Seven seemed to be fallen asleep. Things were that quiet that Nance decided to take a job at a local supermarket. Can you imagine shopping in a store while Nance is sitting behind the counter ? But Ruud van Reijen wasn’t planning to stop. He asked Nance to join the group again, and asked is she knew a rapper who could replace Captain Hollywood. Nance knew Stay C Paton from some concerts, were they both performed. The first song they recorded together was It Could Have Been You. But this song didn't have the impact as they hoped it would have...
During these years Eurodance became really popular. Bands like 2 Unlimited, Captain Hollywood Project, Double You, Def Dames Dope reached higher and higher in the charts. And suddenly in the late summer of 1993, there was a very 'aanstekelijk' (catchy) song a the radio. It was Slave To The Music. The song started slowly in the charts, but kept on climbing. And many weeks after it entrance it highest position in the charts. But the song didn't stop at the borders of its homeland, it grew and grew. Where most of the Eurodance stayed in west Europe and Japan, Twenty 4 Seven became popular in West Europe, Israel (where it reached position #17 in the national chart), Japan, Australia, South Africa, South America and even East Europe. Twenty 4 Seven was the first dance-act in ex Czechoslovakia who got platinum. They had become a worldwide top-act.
It wasn't just one hit, after Slave To The Music and Is It Love (which peaked #5 in Israel) the third single Take Me Away became even more popular. It smashed the charts all over the world (#5 in Israel), except in England & America. The video-clip of the third single Take Me Away was shot in South Africa.
Stay-C & Nance toured all across Europe and could perform night & day if they would. At this time, Twenty 4 Seven could be considered as one of the most successful dance-act in the world. Then came the single Leave Them Alone, released with a Greatest Hits Megamix and a '94 version of I Can't Stand It.
The third album, I Wanna Show You, was released in December, 1994, at times when the first single from this album, Oh Baby, made it high in the charts in a big part of Europe. The second single Keep On Trying saw its release in March, 1995. The same year in which Twenty 4 Seven proudly received the Dutch Export Award of 1994. In spring 1996 they received a Golden Award for the album I Wanna Show You (South Africa) and double Platinum for the album Slave To The Music (also in South Africa).
While Stay-C & Nance still got a contract till July 1996, no new Twenty 4 Seven material was released. Nance & Stay-C stopped with Twenty 4 Seven and made both a solo single. In an interview on TV Nance told Twenty 4 Seven had split up, she and Stay-C couldn't bear each other anymore. According to their contract they should make a new album. But the only people who worked on Twenty 4 Seven were lawyers to get rid off this album... Twenty 4 Seven was about becoming a closed chapter of Dutch pop music...
But in July 1996 Twenty 4 Seven was back ! Since Nance continued her solo-carrier, Stay-C together with Ruud van Reijen looked for a new female singer and found Stella. She had already a solid musical experience, she had been on tour with artists like Haddaway.
Summer 1996 : the news that Nance & Twenty 4 Seven were performing again was partially true. Nance presented 'Beachpop 1996' in Renesse, a concert where many artists performed, among them Twenty 4 Seven. They also performed in many discos and did many shows on the 'Veronica Zomertruck', a large, riding scene. In September 1996 both songs, Nance's Big Brother Is Watching You and the Twenty 4 Seven's We Are The World, were very popular in Holland.
January 1997 Twenty 4 Seven released a new song called If You Want My Love. The release of this track was delayed a couple of times because We Are The World suddenly did very well in many countries. In April 1997 the recordings of the new album were completed.
September 1997 A single called Friday Night was released. It contained remixes by Paradisio, Lipstick, Ruud Van Rijen himself and some other acts, followed by the new album called 24 Hours, 7 Days A Week. In October/November 1997 Stella left Twenty 4 Seven. She was just too busy with her dancing and modelling career and she couldn't combine it with Twenty 4 Seven.
January 23rd 1998, the new single of Twenty 4 Seven was released in the program 'Toute Fabienne' at TMF, a dutch TV-station. It was entitled If You Want My Love.
Together with other artists, Twenty 4 Seven took part to the yearly Veronica Austria winter tour, doing their act on the mobile stage of the Veronica truck. They also got free time to go skiing themselves, that's how Stay-C broke his ankle. But 5 weeks later he was on stage again. And soon after Twenty 4 Seven performed on the Radio538 Dance Smash party. And Stay-C was dancing like he hadn't broke this leg.
September 1999 : after 2 years of silence, they released their new single. Entitled Ne Ne, it featured Stay-C and was a real eurodance track. It was using the same sample taken from N.U.K.E.'s song Nana, already used by LA Style in their single I'm Raving and by Caater in their single Oh Si Ne Ne.
2000 : rumors said Nance had been asked to come back, in order to take part to the vocals of a forthcoming single, nothing less than I Can't Stand It 2000. But these rumors were wrong. A Best Of album was also planned for the next future but nothing was ever released.
2006 : Twenty 4 Seven appeared during a 90s dance party organized in Italy. But the performers on stage were not the real ones.
2007 : the new Twenty 4 Seven single was ready. Entitled Like Flames, it featured a new vocalist called Elle and covered a song first released 1987 by the band Berlin. A video was shot in Rotterdam during October, in which Ellen showed her talent as well as her beauty. The hectic life of showbusiness drove her back to her former job, away from the spotlights.
2010 : after 3 years of silence, Twenty 4 Seven is now a duet featuring 2 new female vocalists : Li-Ann and Miss Cherry. Li-Ann previoulsy release 2 solo singles entitled Friday and Pop The Cherry. They are about to release a new version of their hit Slave To The Music.
In September, Stay-C officially joined Twenty 4 Seven again while Miss Cherry left the project to focus on her carreer. Slave To The Music 2010 was re-recorded again.
Ruud and Stay-C are working on the follow up single, which is planned for early 2011 and a brand new album that will follow shortly after. Stay-C and Li-Ann will be working 24/7 all around the world again. They started off in October in Latin America, where they had some very successful concerts, proving the everlasting popularity of Twenty 4 Seven.
Twenty 4 Seven at NDG
Twenty 4 Seven Dutch homepage
Twenty 4 Seven at Dance Artists Info
Ruud van Rijen official website
Thanks to Shimon O'Hana for the charts positions and to Ruud van Rijen himself for the latest news
U and Me (30th May 1994)
This German project features a rapper and a female vocalist. Their single U & Me was released under BMG.
1.Late Mi Corazón, 2.Hello, Hello, 3.El Se Muere Por Ti, 4.Necesito Aire, 5.Provocame, 6.Dance, 7.Rindete, 8.El Primer Beso, 9.I.E.I.O, 10.Un Amigo En Lo Alto,
Y él se muere por tí ()
Late mi corazón (1999)
Twist was a teenage women Mexican group created in 1998. The members were Tabatha (formerly from the project Jeans), Natalia Lafourcade and Pamela, aged between 16 and 18. Pamela used to take part to the TV show "La hora de los chavos" on TV Azteca.
Their only, self-titled album was recorded in Spain, released under Sony Music Entertainment Mexico. This group was sponsored by TV Azteca, but it wasn't successful enough. For this reason the group finally dissolved after only one year. However they launched their best singles Late Mi Corazón and Hello, Hello. There were rumors that Natalia Lafourcade was not interested in dancing and singing on a group, she preferred doing a solo carrer, with guitar, and this is what she did afterwards : she is now a pop-rock singer.
2002 : Spanish singer and actress Elena Rivera made a cover of Hello, Hello under the name Bienvenida, and Dance under the name Locos Por El Ritmo on her album Locos Por El Ritmo, a dance album.
2005 : Mexican actress and singer Danna Paola covered Late Mi Corazón on her album Chiquita Pero Picosa.
Thanks to Leon Aguilera
Two (or II) is the name chosen by Marjon van Iwaarden and Romy van Ooijen for their comeback. This is of course an evocation of the times when they fronted 2 Unlimited, replacing Ray & Anita. The title of their first single should be I Said Yes. An album is already planned. The presentation of the new single is set for March 2010.
Thanks to The2Unlimited.com - Richard from 2 Unlimited official fansite
I'll Be In Your Dreams (12th Apr 1995)
Baby I Love You (5th Feb 1996)
Two 4 You features 2 handsome boys.
Label : BMG. I'll Be In Your Dreams was composed and written by Sela and Camarro, published by W.S. Musik/Warner Chappell/Colomba/Grand H. Musik. The third track on the maxi, Stop The World was composed by Sebastian Teske, written by Geff Harrison. The single was published by Cyclus Musikverlage GmbH/A La Carte Music, all tracks produced by C.D. Published by Coconut Records.
Thanks to reBeL and Hickermann
1.Don't You Know, 2.I Need You, 3.Just The Two Of Us, 4.Hold You, 5.Should've Been You, 6.I Wont Let You Down (Ragga Mix), 7.Trust Me, 8.5th Avenue, 9.What You Want, 10.Move Your Body Up, 11.I Won't Let You Down, 12.Calling For Affection,
I Won't Let You Down (1992)
Just The Two Of Us (1993)
What You Want (1993)
Don't You Know (1993)
Calling For Affection (1994)
Have You Ever Seen The Rain (1997)
I Won't Let You Down '98 (Mac Zimms mix) (1998)
Two Boys is a French and Belgian project. Samy Deep and Nicimo are the Two boys, and the executive producer is no one than Serge Ramaekers. In september 1992, a dance cover of Ph.D I Won't Let You Down by Jackie Moore was hitting the french club charts, reaching the top 5. Two Boys recorded their own version at the end of the year and it became as successful as the other one in the early 1993 ! The producer was Vito Lucente, S. Ramaekers did one of the remix... Then he became producer for the all the other singles.
Just Like Two Of Us was another cover (later covered again by Will Smith !). The success came back with the original track Don't You Know, reaching club charts in France and Belgium. The track Calling for Affection, reminding a lot Cappella's U Got 2 Let the Music, was first released in spring 1994 as a solo single of Samy Deep. Quick, the single was released again (exactly the same) under the name of Two Boys (probably for commercial reasons). It was a hit in Belgian club charts. The 1998 mix of I Won't Let You Down appeared on the sampler "Nord-Way part 2". The group owned their label, Two Boys music Productions, the singles were licensed under ARS Productions.
Samy Deep also released a track in 1993 under ARS Productions, called I Need You Baby, probably also a eurodance track. The vinyl included a 12' Mix, a 7' Mix, a 7' Remix and a 7' Instumental.
Another track was released under Zipp records, entitled Show Me (coming once again with 4 versions : Luv' In Da Club Mix, Feels Mix, Big Show Mix and Big Vox Mix), under the scene name of Megastore.
The also released a 12-tracks album entiled You.
In 1997 they collaborated with famous eurodance composer Axel Breitung on single Have You Ever Seen The Rain.
Thanks to Nico, Gianni and Vision
Artists and groups featuring Two Boys
D-Trax - Spinning Around (1994)
The Power Of My Heart (1996)
Two Colours Project is a German project featuring a duo of female vocalists, a classic singer called Gunda and a dance vocalist called Susanna, as well as a guitarist and keyboardist called Michael. Their single The Power Of My Heart was subtitled "dance meets classic". It also containted a B-side entitled I Need Your Body. It was produced, composed and arranged by Olivier Taillardas for Trend records. Andreas Nagel contributed to pre-mastering and graphic design.
Thanks to Abelito
In The Middle Of The Night (1995)
This track was written, produced and arranged by G.I. Casini & Marco "Benny Bee" Benassi, published by Pan Pot Production SRL, Italy
Thanks to reBeL
Musical Passion (1995)
Two Girls is a Italian project of Alessandro Baraldi, Mario Scalambrin and Daniele Boagno (also producer for the project Skyline). Lead vocals of the song Musical Passion were done by Roberta and Monia. The single was mixed at BM studios in Modena (Italy) by M. Scalambrin and A. Baraldi, arranged and played by A. Baraldi, produced by "Two Boys". It was published under ZAC Music s.r.l. / Many Edizioni Musicali.
Thanks to EmilGreg
You Never Done (1995)
You Never Done was written by Jean-Pierre Sandou, composed, mixed ans produced by Laurent Istel and P. Beaureperre. It featured vocals by Ashanti Gordon and raps by D-Track and was released under the label On The Beat.
No relation with the Austrian project Two In One.
Someone, Somewhere (1995)
Tinseltown In The Rain (1996)
Label : One-Way records.
Work Your Body (7th Apr 1994)
Two Trousers is a Spanish eurodance project created and produced by Xasqui and Tony Ten.
The CD single included a Radio Mix, a Club Mix, a Supertrance Mix and a House Party mix. It was released in Germany under ZYX.
Thanks to Eurodance Rage and Ulysses
Love Is A Missing Child (1994)
This track was written and produced by Massimo Vivona, with lyrics and raps by Von Hatten and Linard. The female vocals still remain unknown. Recorded and mixed at the Trancelab Studio in 1994.
Thanks to reBeL
Monkey Say Monkey Do (1993)
Just 4 Love (1994)
Spanish dance act produced by Antonio Vilchez and Xavier Vallverdu. They recorded the singles Monkey Say Monkey Do (1993) and Just 4 Love (1994). Vocals were done by Susana R. Label: Boy Records.
Thanks to Gianni and Ulysses
Tzumo de Naboo (1994)
La Casa De Tzaboo (1996)
Mi Generacion ()
Boom Boom (1994)
Quien Quieres Mas (1994)
Quién Soy (1994)
La Secta Del Baile (1994)
No Hay Color (1996)
Estas Son Las Cosas Que Yo Pienso (1996)
Da Da Ska (1996)
Tzaboo was created by Mikel Molina and the DJ, singer, composer and actor Jorge Flores (aka Dr. Flo)
Boom Boom was their very first single. Short after, the first album was released. The single Quien Quieres Mas was composed and written by Mikel Molina, Jorge Flores, I. Irún.
Videos were shot for all the first singles. Some other tracks were released : No Hay Color, Quién Soy, La Secta Del Baile and Estas Son Las Cosas Que Yo Pienso. Many of them entered the Spanish Top40. A second album, entitled La Casa De Tzaboo, was released in 1996 under EastWest / Time Warner.
Between 1997 and 1998 he appeared in La Fura Dels Baus as DJ and actor. he was also Director of the Invisible Orchestra in the show Fausto-versión 3.0.
In 2002 Jorge Flores mixed and released the compilation Dr. Flo Disco Remix Sessions, a triple CD containing 70 remixes of the best house masters.
In 2002-2003, Jorge Flores was member of the jury of the Spanish version of the reality-TV show Popstars.
2004 : Jorge Flores went on tour all around the world with the show La Fura Dels Baus.
Thanks to Leonardo Marmolejo Maldonado
Dr Flo at Akifans