X Generation X-13 X-Cape X-Cell X-cite X-Dream X-Energy Records X-Fade X-fade (2) X-fader X-Force X-Generation X-it-8 X-Ite X-Kameron X-Pander X-Pander (2) X-Pander (3) X-Pansion X-Perience X-Point X-Pose X-Poz X-Pression X-Project X-Ray X-Samar X-Sample X-Tension X-UZ X-Value X:Tend Xandrou Tony Xcalibur Xdream Xena Xenon Xenon (2) Xeya XL XL-Vision XLNT Marc Xperience XSession Xstress Xtation XXX Century
Eye Of The Tiger (1996)
Eye Of The Tiger was a cover of Survivor's hit song originally released in 1982. It featured an uncredited female vocalist with an amazing voice (could it be Des'ray ?). B-side Knock-Out was written by Bobby Boer and his brother Martin (aka Danceability), mor well-known for standing behind 2 Brothers on the 4th Floor.
You've Got To Move (1994)
X-13 features a female vocalist called Christabel and a rapper. The song You've Got To Move was released on a vinyl. It was composed by G. Defelici and M. Leemcy, mixed by D.J. Vincenzio De Canio, Aarranged by Gianni Defelici. The vinyl also included 2 other songs : Spanish Sun (ambient) (written and composed by G. Basoli, A. Cuppini and M. Leemcy) and Arabian (Oasis mix) (written and composed by A. Cuppini, F. Guizzardi and M. Leemcy)
It was recorded and mixed at Laboratorio del ritmo (BO) by Andrea Cuppini, assistented by Filio Baietti. Keybords were played by Giampaolo Basoli and Franz Guizzardi. The single was produced by Manny Leemcy. Editor : Midasol
Label : Soul Xpression (ref : Sex 9444). It was manufactured and distributed by Discopiu srl (Italy)
Thanks to Apho
Beautiful Life (1995)
Beautiful Life was a cover of the Ace Of Base's hit. Label: Power Fly.
Thanks to DJ Marto Aida
My Dream (21st Oct 1996)
The single was released under Lips records. It was recorded and mixed at Dab Studio in Padova (Italy). Executive producer was Roby Arduini, it was realised and produced by Alex Masi, E. Corvo, E. Santacaterina and W. D'Alo.
Thanks to Marian Stoica and Gianni
It Takes You (26th Nov 1993)
This German project featured a female vocalist and a male rapper (Dennis Oliver aka Denski). The CD maxi contained 3 versions: radio versions, club mix, renegade mix. It was composed and written by Andreas Hotter and Captain DJ, produced by The "A" Team for Creative Audio Productions. Label: ZYX Music
It is not very clear wether there's a relation with the project X-cite which released the singles Te Quierro, Chiki Chika and No X-Cape, since they have been released under the same labels.
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Dream World ()
Journey into Bliss ()
Tainted Love ()
The Frog (3rd Jan 1997)
Rain (17th Mar 1998)
Label Tunnel Records. Rain was producer and written by Rough & Rush
Label of Energy productions. This l was created back in 1982.
They featured in their catalog many well-known Italian artists such as Whigfield, Ally & Jo, JK, Ann Lee, Fun Fun, Systematic, Velvet 99 but also Advance, Yvonne Kay, Chris Lui, Program 2, Afrika System, Orlando Johnson, Next Block feat Moktar, People from Mars, JFM Project, Blue Heart, New System, Lalene, The Jam Machine, Staxx, Levern, Monkey Business, Steam, Blunero, Fixomatic, 4 People, The Jam Machine, Paris By Air, Pan Position, M-System, Eternal City, Backfire, DC Mark, PF Sound, Double Dare, Tracy, Sarash Bryant, Tempo, Dhama, Updown, Solid State, Dilemma, RIO, Evita, Tenessee, Keenya, Murble Jungle, LEDS, Sunwave, Brainshift, Defect, Unit One, Marina Rei, The G Family, Something Real, Real Joy, Benny Bee, JT Playaz, Oda-Main, Solomar, Boy3, CDK, Blue Jam, Anette, Hybrid Arts, K-box, Blizzard...
Here We Are (1995)
Label : Blackbeard. It was licensed in Spain under Max Music. The project featured Stefania Aggio, who also contributed to Gi & Pi I'm In Exstasy.
When Here We Are was licensed under ZYX in Germany, the project's name was mistyped X-fader. It was covered by Me 4 U on the single Stoghtte (Here We Are).
Dance was produced by Maurizio Bracchagni and Roberto Gallo Salsotto. It was licensed in Spain under Lethal Records.
Not to be confused with the other X-fade eurodance project, which is German.
Thanks to Etiney S. da Hora
Give Me More Of Your Love (5th Oct 1994)
X-fade is a project featuring the voice of Manfred Poppe and Annett Spazier. In 1994 the single Give Me More Of Your Love, a very nice eurodance track which unfortunately had no success. Label : Dance Street Records
Manfred Poppe also contributed to Activate's first single Let The Rhythm Take Control (he of course also appeared on the credits of 666's cover of the this single a few years after).
Not to be confused with the other eurodance project X-fade, which is Italian.
Thanks to Björn
Future featured vocals by Tizzy P. It was written by Gianni Bragante (who was also executive producer) and Michele Morabito, produced and arranged by Dario Campolo and Alexander Sander.
Destiny was recorded at Zenit Recordings Studio in Lucca (Italy), arranged and mixed by Frank And Spada. It featured a solo female vocalist and was produced and written by Daniele Ceragioli and Franco Rubulotta. Label : Strike Force. It was licensed in Spain under Boy Records.
Thanks to Gianni
Take Me 2 The Top (1994)
Take Me 2 The Top was produced and mixed by Max Persona, recorded and arranged by Max Persona and Lorenzo De Preti (aka Lorenzo Carpella). Label: Union Records
Down Down Down (13th Jun 1995)
Down Down Down (1995)
The project features Ann-Marie Russo as vocalist and Jayhide as ragga-rapper. It's a co-production between the italian label MKS and the Canadian label Numuzik. It was licensed in France, Sweden and in the Netherlands under CNR. The single Down Down Down was produced by Brixt (who also produced Echo Bass). It was composed by P. Clementucci, and J. Piccioni.
Thanks to BroderTuck
I Wanna Be Your Lover (22nd Aug 1994)
I'm Givin You (La la la) (1995)
Why Don't You Want My Love (27th Feb 1995)
Producers : Benoît Marissal, Bruno Van Garsse
Musical team : Henri Belolo, M. De San Antonio
I Wanna Be Your Lover, released in 1994, included a Radio mix, a Cut mix, a Power mix and a French mix. The single was published by Scorpio music (Black Scorpio) in France, Bellaphon in Germany, and Remixed records in Sweden. It was recorded by Jacky Meurisse at Tomorrow's Music Studio, Belgium. The producers have also worked for the project Firenze and Melomania.
Touch My Love (11th Sep 1993)
Touch Me (1995)
Touch My Love was produced by Amir Saraf, Mehmet Sönmez, Rachid Nouri and Ulli Brenner.
There are many other releases under the name X-pander, but they belong to other projects. For instance Move Movin' and Organismo are from a techno project from Benelux. Exploding High is from a 21st Century records project.
No relationship with the other German project X-Pander.
Thanks to Alex Capilé
My Generation (24th Sep 1994)
My Generation was written by Maxiener and Legado, produced by Udo Niebergall (also producer of Captain Jack) and Volker Weber, released under the label Intercord Ton GmbH, published by Beatdisaster Publishing/Dig It International.
No relationship with the other German project X-Pander.
Exploding High (1994)
Label : 21st Century Records. Exploding High was arranged, mixed and producer by Fabrizio & Marcello Smania and Ricky Stecca.
Thanks to Gianni
Don't You Want My Love (1996)
Magic Fields (15th Nov 1996)
1.Deep Blue Water, 2.Magic Fields, 3.A Neverending Dream (Album Version), 4.Mirror, 5.Beautiful Day, 6.Angel Zoom, 7.The Moon, 8.Circles of Love (Radio Edit), 9.Night Moved On, 10.The Sun, 11.My Life Goes On, 12.Circles Of Love (D & S Radio Mix),
Take Me Home (24th Nov 1997)
1.Intro, 2.I Don't Care, 3.Game of Love, 4.Leave Me Alone, 5.We Are What We Are, 6.Take Me Home, 7.Land of Tomatoes, 8.Keep the Faith, 9.Rain, 10.Red Rain (Mirror), 11.Secrets, 12.Daydream Part II,
Journey Of Life (20th Nov 2000)
1.Island Of Dreams, 2.Strong Enough, 3.Journey Of Life, 4.Am I Right, 5.Come Into My Life, 6.I Want You, 7.Holy Mountain, 8.Meaning Of Life, 9.Back To The Roots, 10.Say Goodbye, 11.Y2K01, 12.Digging For Gold, 13.Don't You Know,
Lost In Paradise (10th Nov 2006)
1.I Feel Safe, 2.Return To Paradise, 3.Personal Heaven (duet with Midge Ure), 4.Let Me Show You, 5.I Feel Like You, 6.Dream Of Love, 7.Million Miles, 8.Poison Kiss, 9.Heart Of Mine, 10.Deeper Than Deep, 11.Circles Of Love (Alvarez album edit), 12.A Neverending Dream (Alvarez a. Edit), 13.Magic Fields (Alvarez album edit),
Circles Of Love (28th Jul 1995)
A Neverending Dream (2nd Sep 1996)
Magic Fields (31st Jan 1997)
Mirror (9th Jun 1997)
I Don't Care (22nd Sep 1997)
Game Of Love (3rd Mar 1998)
Journey Of Life (9th Aug 1999)
Island Of Dreams (9th Oct 2000)
Am I Right (12th Mar 2001)
It's A Sin (15th Jan 2003)
Return To Paradise (27th Oct 2006)
Personal Heaven (30th Mar 2007)
I Feel Like U (6th Jul 2007)
The German dancepop group X-Perience includes singer Claudia Uhle and composers Mathias Uhle (born 17/3/1973, 1,86 m) and Alex Kaiser (born 7/4/1973, 1,80 m). Alex learned to play guitar at the age of 6, for the present he refuses to use it. Matthias tries to persuade him to, at least, bring the guitar to the concerts. Alex spends most of his sparetime calling friends and hanging around 'der Strippe' for hours. His favourite words are: 'I like to call you back'. Often Alex enjoys himself with the comedian-duo Badesalz. Matthias Uhle (keyboard, lyrics) loves so sit by his keyboard and make new genious sounds. Claudia and Alex describes Matthias as a hunter and collector. He always looking for new sounds and his apartment looks like a big magazine- and recordarchive.
The group also includes Diana Käthne who is performing stage background vocals when X-Perience is performing live.
Matthias and Alex were school mates and they established the band in 1995. Although they didn't have a contract with any record company, they decided to produce and make a single-CD entitled Circles Of Love, which was released as author's edition under the label World of Enigation. It became however, so popular (soon after the song was played on the Berlin-Branderburger radiostation Fritz, the song stormed into the top 5 charts, and stayed there for over 20 weeks) that X-Perience got a record deal with WEA Records. Surprised with the success, X-Perience released a few remixes of Circles of Love. In May 1996 they earned yet another success when Circles of Love placed 72 on the Media-Control-Charts.
During that time X-Perience was of course not inactive, besides a Club-Tour Alex and Matthias worked on new songs. In November 1997 they released their debut album Magic Fields which sold sold 50.000 copies in Germany and went platinum in Finland. From this album was released the single A Neverending Dream which sold over 250 000 copies in Germany (and followed by a remixes CD). The follow-ups were Magic Fields (on the 31rd of January 1997, then a remixes CD was released) and Mirror on the 9th of June 1997.
On the 22nd September 1997 a single called I Don't Care was released. It was the first single from their 2nd forthcoming album. A CD featuring some remixes was released the 10th of November.
On the 10th of October the X-Perience team was invited on Viva Interactiv TV and the 1st of November on Tigerentenclub (ARD). The second album Take Me Home was released on the 17th of November 1997. It included a cover of Bon Jovi's song Keep the faith. At the end of November, the group started a 2 months tour through Germany, visiting all the great radio-stations. This was followed by a promo-Tour in Hungary, Poland and Finnland in February 1998.
After a one-week delay, on 23th February the single Game of Love was released. The video was shot in January 22th in Berlin, in a bar where Claudia, Matthias and Alex are waiters. The 19th March the group was interviewed on Sat 1. In May X-Perience took part to the project 'Stars for children' with several other groups such as Mr. President , Fools Garden or DJ Bobo . The CD released was entitled Beautiful Day and was sold to the benefit of the foundation Deutschen Kinderhilfswerks. On the 10th of May they appeared in Energy Hafenfest in Hamburg.
June 1998: We are what we are was first thought as the forthcoming single. But since the X-Perience team was be busy on their new Tour, the release of a new single was postponed to the following Autumn. They also talked about a third album for the beginning of 1999, 'a typical XP album'. In August 5 songs were already recorded. For the whole year 1998 X-Perience did more than 50 live shows. With 30 others German artists and groups, X-Perience took part to the 'Rosebud Red' Project of the europäischen Kulturhauptstadt 1999 im Bereich Rock und Pop.
1999 : the next single was supposed to be Journey Of Life. The videos were shot in July, and the release was set in 8th of September. But in August the production company announced that the release would be postponed. Journey of Life was only available as a promotion Release in September 1999, under their new label Polydor. On the 31st December X-Perience had a live appearance on TV in the broadcast 'Hier ab vier' on MDR. In 1999 they did 14 live appearances in many German cities (Leipzig, Frankfurt, Berlin...)
March 2000 : almost all the songs of the next album were ready and the first single was planned for May. The group had a live show on the Wave-Treffen in Leipzig on the 10th of June 2000. 9 July 2000 : X-Perience will release their new single at the end of September. The title changed once again, it would be Island Of Dreams and it had been chosen to be the opening theme of the new TV-Adventure-Show 'Expedition Robinson' (also known as Survivor) on RTL-2.
2002 : X-Perience new single should be called It's A Sin and it was planned for release on November 4th.
2003 : A Neverending Dream was covered by the project Mythos & Watergate.
In July, a single entitled Werde Kinderstar / Du Bist Der Star was released in Germany. It used the melody of the song Fireowrks. The song was used for a children casting in Nordrhein-Westfalen by the Ladage Medi GmbH company. The winner of the casting could sing the song together with X-Perience. All the other children who had taken part to the competition contributed to the choirs.
The following month, they produced the track Joining Together, exclusively for the electronic company Böllhoff. The song was only available on this special release. They had also written another track, Million Miles, which was finally not chosen.
2004 : Claudia started a new project called Angelzoom. She released a first single called Fairyland, followed by a first album just entitled Angelzoom.
2005 : Angelzoom's second single was released in January. It featured the voice of Joachim Witt.
Meanwhile, X-Perience kept on working on new tracks for a future new album. Among them, new tracks such as the dance song Dragonfly or the track Fireworks which had already be presented to fans during live festivals, the trancy track Dream Of Love or the power-hymn Let Me Show You. Some other songs were already written in 2003, to find now finally their way to the fans. For instance, Cruising Wild , including a powerful beat and Claudia's angelic voice, or Million Miles, an experimental track associating a hypnotic tempo to a calm and dreamy atmosphere.
As for the song Return To Paradise, it told the story of a diver, who discovers a strange world under water. It is characterized by an unusual melody, Claudia's voice and sad lyrics written by Alex Kaiser.
2006 : their hit A Neverending Dream was covered by the project Cascada. The song Let Me Show You was featured on a sampler-compilation called Elektrisch vol.1 released in March 2006
The team is currently in studio busy recording new songs. 2 new tracks were presented : Deeper Than Deep und I Feel Like You. X-Perience signed under the label Major Records. The new album, temporarily entitled X was planned for October.
In August, the titles of the new single and album were revealed : Return To Paradise was the name of the 5-track-single.
Return To Paradise was released on October 27th, 2006 in Germany. It entered the German Charts at #57 in November.
The new album Lost In Paradise was released on November 10th, 2006. In contained ten completely new tracks, for instance a duet with Midge Ure (Ultravox, Visage), and three bonus-tracks (remixes of Circles Of Love, A Neverending Dream and Magic Fields).
X-perience will release their new single Personal Heaven in March of 2007. The next single was entitled I Feel Like You. Claudia announced that she will leave the project in 2008. The next album should feature a new vocalist. The casting began on the official website...
2009 : X-Perience's new vocalist name was revealed : she is called Manja Wagner and she is red-haired too. The team is currently back in studio working at the new single, maybe Strong (Since You're Gone), that should be out this Autumn.
2011 : X-Perience announced on their official website that they would release their fifth album in 2011 with a new album.
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French Eurodance Page
X-Perience official homepage
Thanks to Steffen, Tavi Meran, nolimits and Denis "DJ Hooligan" Zhabkine
Label: Got It. Darkness was arranged, recorded, and mixed by Enrico Galli, Eureka, Luca Belloni and Rudy Boom Boom.
Thanks to Grof.pl
All My Life (1995)
The project (also known as X-posse) features the vocalist Amanda Fahey and the rapper Dee-Ab-Dee. Born in London, to English musician parents, raised in Scotland, vocalist and songwriter Amanda had her first appearance on stage at the tender age of 4
The single was composed and written by L. Element and J. Williams, produced by TDB. Label : WH Records.
In 2000, Amanda was featured on the single Movin' In The Heat by Equalik. In 2007 and 2008 she appeared in the musical "Jusqu'aux dents". She also sings jazz in Paris.
Thanks to EuroBoy for the informations
Live 2 Gether (1997)
Live 2 Gether was produced, composed and arranged by Fernando De Meersman, lyrics were written by Spike Snapper
Thanks to Steve and Gianni
This Is Our Night (29th Nov 1994)
Come On (1995)
There Is A Light (26th May 1995)
Carry On (1996)
Riding On A Wave (23rd May 1997)
This Is Our Night (1995)
There Is A Light (1995)
X-Pression are the German producers Daniel Gonschorek and Harald Schubert, with the rapper Joe (aka Jacki) Thompson and the female singer Diana Moor. They entered the world of Eurodance back in 1994 with their debut single This Is Our Night. It reached #20 in Germany, #28 in Austria, #17 in Switzerland and many other high positions in eurodance charts all over the world. A remixes CD was released, including a Night on Venus Mix and a Dance Or Die edit. The remixes were done by Skadi. Then came the second single Come On in 1995 which unfortunately flopped everywhere.
After that they released their third and very succesful single. There Is A Light was co-produced by Masterboy and reached #10 in Germany, #37 in Austria, #17 in Switzerland and #5 in Israel. The vocals were done by Toyya Atkinson. They also released a remixes CD. Then they are said to have released an album, entitled Visions And Colours (it can't be found anywhere nowadays, so it may haven never been released actually...).
In 1996 came their fourth single : Carry On which was a big disappointment to euro fans and flopped all over the world (maybe this single was released by another project). They also released a single entitled Riding On A Wave, once again with the collaboration with Masterboy Beat Productions. A videoclip was shot for this single.
A previously unreleased song entitled Dream was recently discovered. It is said that it used to be available on Napster, and that it was probably included on album Visions And Colours.
Thanks to onlydance, DJ Aaron 'Euromaster', Anton "MC Ka$per" Skaletsky, D-man '94 and Niklas Adolfsson
See Yo Love ()
Nothing is known about this mysterious eurodance project and their excellent song See yo love. It could be a fan project...
Thanks to aldo
You're Reality (1994)
Label: 'Z'UP. You're Reality was produced by Emanuele Cozzi, Jay Rolandi and Maurizio Rossi (Co.Ro)
Thanks to aldo
Se Fue ()
La Soledad (1994)
Amores Extraños (1995)
Como El Aire (1996)
Label : Blanco Y Negro. Como El Aire featured Susana Ribalta
Thanks to Abelito
Dreamin' In Buristead Road (1991)
You Got The Love (8th Jul 1992)
Livin' Together (10th May 1993)
Don't You Keep Me Waiting (1994)
Going On (19th May 1994)
Takin' Me Higher (2008)
Sun Goes Down (24th Mar 2008)
Rain (2nd Apr 2008)
Label : LED Records
You Got The Love, released in 1992, featured the voice of Katherine E (she had released 2 solo singles entitled I'm Allright and Then I Feel Good). It was produced by Fabrizio Rizzolo, arranged and mixed by Rizzolo, Stanga and Cechele at LED Studio.
The second single Livin' Together featured the voice of Sowie. It was composed by F. Rizzolo, L. Stanga and I. Geschele and written by F. Rizzolo.
Then came Don't You Keep Me Waiting, which featured Annerly Gordon's vocals.
Goin' On, the 4th single, featured the voice of Jennifer Lucas. It was licensed under Logic Records in Germany. Then it was re-released under the vocalist's name. Jennifer could be the voice on Starstruck's single For Your Love.
No to be confused with the Dutch house project X-sample (Dreamin' In Buristead Road) and the German hip-hop group X-sample.
Thanks to reBeL and Gianni
The Lost Tapes 1996 - 1999 (28th Aug 2014)
1.Move It (Dancefloor On Ice Version), 2.Stay the Night (Maxi-cd Version), 3.Take Me (Maxi-cd Version), 4.Anybody (Maxi-cd Version), 5.Color of My Love (Dancefloor On Ice Version), 6.Don't Talk About Love (Dancefloor On Ice Version), 7.Move It (Race Track Version), 8.It's Christmas (Maxi-cd Version), 9.It's Christmas (1999 Demo Version), 10.It's Christmas (1999 Dj Remix), 11.Peace to the Nation (Dancefloor On Ice Version),
Move It (1997)
It's Christmas (1999)
It's Christmas 2013 (2nd Dec 2013)
Stay The Night (21st Sep 2015)
X-Tension was a project founded by Thomas Bleicher and Fred van Halen, featuring the vocalists Helle and Alfredo, the dancers Ina and Susan and the choreographer José Espinosa. Move It was the official anthem for the ONS-Renault 11 championship in 1997.
In 1999, they released a second single featuring Alfredo Montero, entitled It's Christmas.
Thanks to BroderTuck
Ghost City (1995)
Label : Got It Records (GTR). The song was featured on a compilation called The Cyber Selection, released in 1995 by DMM - Dance Music Magazine.
Thanks to Vision and Gianni
The Logical Song (1995)
X-value is a project of Marco Dalle Luche and Massimo Zucchelli featuring Sandy Chambers. The Logical Song was a cover of Supertramp's classic.
Tell Me (1994)
I Don't Care (1994)
Members : the 2 brothers Robert and Henrik Uhlmann
Vocalist : Nina
Rap : Wincent
Music : Robert U
Location : Malmö, Sweden.
Robert U is also known from Smile and Dr Bombay, he also has worked with Daze and Basic Element.
Free Yourself (1994)
Label : L'Attitude records
Thanks to Eurodance Rage
There's No Lies (2002)
There's No Lies was featured on Dreamix Entertainments megamix This is Eurodance - Volume 1 by DJ Dream.
Thanks to to Vision
Can You Feel The Rhythm? (1994)
Can You Feel The Rhythm was produced by DJ Earl Jam and Key West. It featured raps by Todd and vocals by Shirley.
All I Wanna Do (1995)
All I Wanna Do was a cover of Shery Crow's hit. It was released in Italy under Discomagic, and in France under Panic records.
Thanks to Eurodance Rage
There's Only One Way (1995)
This German eurodance project was built around a female vocalist and a rapper. The CDM contained 5 versions : Radio edit mix, Extended play mix, Club mix, Sulphurik dance mix, Atmospherik mix. It was produced by Unity Mixers, Christophen Owhen and Cyril Orcel. B. Mikulski Publ. Label: ZYX Music
Thanks to Alex Capilé
Another Life (1997)
Xenon was a project of Doug Laurent. Firewalker featured a solo female vocalist and was composed by Doug Laurent (Andreas Hofmann) and Olaf Roberto Bossi. It was featured on digital compilation The Best Of Eurodance Vol. 1 in 2004. Label : CAPP Records Inc.
Thanks to Gianni
Say The Word (1987)
Erotic Play (1987)
Deputy Of Love (21st Dec 1990)
Take Me (1994)
Love 4 Anymore (1995)
Kiss Me (25th Sep 1995)
Sweet Fantasy (19th Feb 1996)
Fire Byrd (1997)
Xeya started back in 1987 with the single Say The Word (label BU), produced by Rosa & Politi. She launched her own but also for the line of jewels (Architect) which she designed and produced. The same year, the single Erotic Play was recorded (directed by the same producers duet, published under the label Di-GeiI Musica). Then came Deputy Of Love, mixed by Maurizio Rossi, produced by NTM, recorded and mixed at NTM Studio - Vimodrome - Milano (Italy), released in 1990 under X-Energy label. Deputy Of Love was a huge club hit in Europe and North America. In 1992 Pepitò Corazon (produced by Diaferia, Rosa and Politi) was released and distributed worldwide.
In 1994, Take Me was produced by DPR. Kiss Me, with no doubt the best song of the Xeya project, was released under Domino Records in 1995. Clara Moroni did backing vocals on this single. Xeya was also featured by the project DPR for the single Call Me. In Canada Xeya was invited to join Bananarama, Whigfield and other international well known artists for the Energy Rush Tour
The same year, Love 4 Anymore was out under a different label : Z'Up (ZPR). It was once again produced by DPR (aka Franco Diaferia), arranged by Luca Loi and Max Bondino. Sweet Fantasy was released the following year, under the Dig It label.
In 1997 Xeya's voice was used in some ambient-house singles and she became the leading vocalist of several musical projects, such as the single Fire Byrd, which became club-hits in many countries.
Thanks to Pol NRG
Artists and groups featuring Xeya
DPR - Call Me (1995)
Merry X(L)Mas (1994)
XL is a project created by Gianlorenzo Tubelli and Marco Franciosa. Their first single Fluxland was the cover of Dutch project Fluxland's hit. In 1994 they released Merry X(L)Mas. The next year came single Siouxland.
Keep Dreaming (1994)
XL-Vision was a project of Paw Lagermann (who would later become a member of Infernal), David K. Andersen, Kim Terp and Evamaria Linnet. Label: Global Dance Records
Don't Go (1993)
Lover & Man (1995)
Best In Show (27th Feb 2017)
During the mid 90's, multitalented X.L.N.T. Marc aka Marc Linnér was a big celebrity in Sweden. He hung out at the biggest parties with the biggest Swedish celebritys. Among many other things, he was famous for his crazy friendship with Leila K. Apart from being a singer, he payed his bills by working as a model, stylist, choreographer, entertainer, hosting galas, TV- and radioshows... and much, much more !
Fake and Lover & Man was produced by Jocke Björklund for T.O.E.C. Productions, published by Panta Rei Publishing and released by CNR Music Sweden.
Then XLNT Marc decided that it was time for a break and started instead to work "behind the scenes", helping not only TV producers and TV commercial producers but also artists and record companies, with promos and to make acts for the artists. He really enjoyed this new job.
A part from his solo career, he has a project with Clifford and antoher one with Magoria. He has also been writing some material together with Clubland's singer Zemya Hamilton. He is back as an artist too, ready to do everything from Punk, Electro house, Disco to the slower tunes. He presents his most recent creations on his Myspace.
Thanks to Vision and XLNT Marc himself
Call Girl (1993)
Xperience is a project of Bruce Mattera and Yvan Tarlay. Label : Airplay Records.
Thanks to Hurry K'n
A Trip To Xanigy (1998)
1.Xanigy Ouverture, 2.Say Yeah, 3.To The Sky, 4.Baby It's You, 5.Lucky Number, 6.The Sound (Da Flip Remix), 7.Pump It, 8.Bang Bang, 9.Say Yeah (Acapella Version), 10.Back To You, 11.Gimme The Power, 12.Xanigy (Club Mix), 13.Xanigy (Absolom Edit), 14.Xanigy (Viper Remix), 15.A Trip To Xanigy, 16.Xanigy Mix,
By Me (Oct 1999)
1.By Me Ouverture, 2.Hot Shot, 3.Snazzy, 4.Like A Maniac, 5.On And On, 6.Party Hardy, 7.The Big L, 8.Welcome To My World (DA Flip mix), 9.Bang Bang (New Version), 10.In Your Eyes, 11.Time Of My Life, 12.On And On (Da Flip mix), 13.Hot Shot (Club Da Flip mix),
Back To Basics (30th Apr 2001)
1.Number One, 2.Destiny, 3.Welcome To My World, 4.My Life Is Your World, 5.Boogieman, 6.All Day, All Night, 7.The Music, 8.Blow Your House Down, 9.I Need You, 10.A Little Love, 11.Can't Let You Go, 12.Back To Basics,
1.On And On, 2.Boogieman, 3.Get Your Rox Off, 4.Destiny, 5.Number 1, 6.Baby It's You, 7.Say Yeah, 8.Bang Bang, 9.Evil Supastars, 10.Hot Shot, 11.Welcome To My World, 12.To The Sky, 13.All Day, All Night, 14.Turn Me On, 15.The Sound, 16.Lucky Number, 17.Pump It, 18.Shake That Ass, 19.Gimme The Power, 20.Last Christmas,
7 - Remixes (2002)
1.Bang Bang (Culture Groove mix), 2.To The Sky (Club mix), 3.To The Sky (Culture Groove mix), 4.Say Yeah (Culture Groove mix + Viper mix), 5.Pump It (Absolom club mix), 6.The Sound (DA Flip mix), 7.The Sound (Milk Inc Club mix), 8.On And On (DA Flip mix), 9.Hot Shot (Club DA Flip mix), 10.Number 1 (DA Flip mix), 11.Destiny (DA Flip mix), 12.All Day, All Night (Trance DA Flip mix), 13.Get Your Rox Off (BC), 14.Evil Supastars (BC),
1.All Day, All Night, 2.Destiny, 3.Say Yeah, 4.Turn Me On, 5.Get Your Rox Off, 6.Baby It's You, 7.On And On, 8.Boogieman, 9.Number 1, 10.Pump It, 11.Hot Shot, 12.Evil Supastars, 13.Welcome To My World,
Give Me The Power ()
Lucky Number (1995)
Bang Bang (1996)
Say Yeah (1997)
To The Sky (19th Mar 1997)
Pump It (1998)
The Sound (1998)
Baby It's You (1998)
Hot Shot (1999)
On And On (4th May 1999)
Number 1 (2000)
Welcome To My World (21st Aug 2000)
All Day, All Night (2001)
Get Your Rox Off (2002)
Evil Supastars (2002)
Automatic (Jan 2011)
Come Together (8th Apr 2011)
A Brand New Start (Oct 2011)
Behind XSession stands the producer Marc Cortens. This Belgian project features Parik, quickly replaced by Gene Thomas (who started his carreer as lead-singer for the Belgian band Ship of Dreams and also did backing vocals for Chelsy) and the vocalist Cassia, replaced in 1997 by Gina Brondeel.
The first single Give Me The Power featured Cassia and Parik ans was released under L&T records. It was composed and written by Marc Cortens, Robert Garlick and Wim Claes
But their first real hit was Bang Bang back in 1996, it remained in the Belgian hit-parade during 27 weeks ! The following single featured the voice of Gina and was entitled Say Yeah. Then came hits like Pump It, The Sound and the ballad Baby, It's You. These hits were on the debut album A Trip To Xanigy.
Later in 1999 they scored a huge it with their single On And On. A third member named Serge appeared on stage with them. Then they released their second album By Me, followed by the single Welcome To My World. Afterwards in 2000 they got signed by a new records company and released the track Boogieman from the forthcoming third album. They started the new millenium with Destiny whose video clip was shot in Egypt. The third album, entitled Back To Basics, contained 12 tracks plus a CD-ROM part. Meanwhile Gene and Gina started working for TV : Gene is presenting the TV show "Gene Machine" and Gina is playing in the TV-soap "Thuis".
2007 : Gene is now a famous solo singer in Belgium and is married to Kristel from K3, a hugely popular girls band for children. Gina in the meanwhile has left the soap "Thuis" on the Belgian public broadcaster VRT. She now enjoys her family life with her children and husband, and has no immediate plan on staple.
2009 : they did a comeback appearance in Hasselt.
2010 : they appeared as surprise guests on stage of I Love The 90s in Hasselt, in front of 22.000 persons. In June, Gene announced that a new Xsession single could be released soon.
X-Session at De Showbizz Site
Thanks to D-Man'94
Thanks to John for the latest infos
Dance All Night ()
I've Got The Feeling (1994)
The project included a female vocalist called Wissia and the rapper Paolo Altin. I've Got The Feeling was released under the label Not Only Music. It was written by Paolo Altin (it was his first collaboration with the Quasar team) and Abrami, composed by D. Minca and F. Contadini, produced by Quasar Team and M. Sartorello.
Thanks to Paolo Altin himself
DJ Saved My Life (1996)
Xtation was a Spanish dance act produced and arranged by Fernando Ferrero, Pedro del Moral and David Ferrero. They featured the voice of Ylenia Giusti (Both David and Ylenia also took part to ASAP project). It released the singles DJ Saved My Life, Bonesound, and Bonesman (Here I Am) in 1996. Label: Code Music/Chrysalis
Thanks to Ulysses
Because The Night (2000)