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4-2 The Floor   (UK)

EuroDance group
Added : 06/02/2000
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Future Love
Watching You Watching Me
What Have You Done For Me
Whatcha Gonna Do
Gonna Be A Better Day
93 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Latest 4-2 The Floor news

08/03/2015 : 20 years later, Almighty Records released a remixes package of 4-2 The Floor's hit Watching You Watching Me. It gathers the mixes from the original out-of-print releases of 1994 and 1996 as well as more recent versions.

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4-2 The Floor singles

Future Love Future Love 16th Mar 1994  
Watching You Watching Me Watching You Watching Me 19th Sep 1994  
What Have You Done For Me What Have You Done For Me Compilation only 1997  
Whatcha Gonna Do Whatcha Gonna Do 2006  
Gonna Be A Better Day Gonna Be A Better Day 2006  

 

 



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4-2 The Floor biography

4-2 The Floor was a project founded by Martyn Norris from Almighty Records, along with Gary Miller, Paul Barry and Steve Torch.

Future Love was written and produced by Barry Millers and Martyn Norris. It inlcuded a B-side called Energy Express. It was released in March 1994 in England and in October in Germany. Watching You Watching Me included a 7" Radio Mix, an Original Cult Mix, a Michael B. Linney USA Mix, an Illusive Mix and a Kinky Boyz Mix. It was out in September 1994 in England and in November in Germany. It was also licensed in Australia and, 3 years later, in the US. Both singles featured uncredited vocalist Katherine Wood, who was also the voice behind another Almighty Records project : Jane Montgomery.

In 1998, Paul Barry and Steven Torch contributed to Cher's massive hit Believe.

2006 : 4-2 The Floor released 2 digital singles : Whatcha Gonna Do and Gonna Be A Better Day.

Katherine Wood is now known as successful vocalist Katherine Ellis and is the voice behind club hits from Bimbo Jones and Freemasons.

4-2 The Floor biography was last updated Sat, March 7th 2015

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