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666   (Germany)

Hardcore group
Added : 13/08/2000
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Paradoxx
Nitemare
Who's Afraid Of...
Hellraiser (Special edition)
Hellraiser
The Ways Are Mystic - Best Of...
Darkness (The Twelve Inch Collection Vol. I)
More Darkness (The Twelve Inch Collection Vol.2)
Alarma
Diablo
Amokk
Paradoxx
Get Up 2 Da Track
I'm Your Nitemare
The Demon
Bomba! 
Dance 2 Disco
D.E.V.I.L.
The Millenium Megamix
Salute
Supa Dupa Fly
Rhythm Takes Control
Insanity
Dance Now!
Policia
Atencion
Abracadabra
Ritmo Fatal
Whoomp! Supadupafly
Sexy Loca
Back On Demand
Rubia
Superstar DJ
Super Fly Chicks (Rock da Place)
Exit The Arena
World of Tuning 2K15
96 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

Latest 666 news

08/12/2017 : A remixes package for 666 - Exit The Arena will hit the stores on December 15th.

16/10/2017 : 666 published the videoclip for their brand new single Exit The Arena.

03/10/2017 : 666's new single will be entitled Exit The Arena.

18/05/2015 : Damon Paul and 666 released a single entitled World Of Tuning, which was used as official hymn for Tuning World event which took place in Bodensee between 5th and 8th May. This is a 2k15 remix of Super Fly Chicks (Rock da Place) which was already used for Tuning World in 2007.

27/04/2015 : 666 will release a special remix edition of their first hit Alarma by Mor Avrahami & Akerman on May 25th.

27/08/2013 : 666 will release the second volume of their Twelve Inch Collection, entitled More Darkness on September 13th.

23/02/2013 : Yesterday, 666 published a previously unreleased track from 2007, Super Fly Chicks (Rock da Place). It was theme song for Tuning World 2007.

More news

 

666 albums

Paradoxx Paradoxx 1998
Nitemare Nitemare 1999
Who's Afraid Of... Who's Afraid Of... 19th Jun 2000
Hellraiser (Special edition) Hellraiser (Special edition) 2002
Hellraiser Hellraiser 2 CDs 2002
The Ways Are Mystic - Best Of... The Ways Are Mystic - Best Of... Dec 2006
Darkness (The Twelve Inch Collection Vol. I) Darkness (The Twelve Inch Collection Vol. I) 26th Oct 2012
More Darkness (The Twelve Inch Collection Vol.2) More Darkness (The Twelve Inch Collection Vol.2) 13th Sep 2013

666 DVDs and VHS

Alarma ! The Greatest Hits Collection Alarma ! The Greatest Hits Collection 19th May 2003 DVD

 

666 singles

Alarma Alarma 29th Nov 1997  
Diablo Diablo 8th Jan 1998  
Amokk Amokk 29th May 1998  
Paradoxx Paradoxx 2nd Nov 1998  
Get Up 2 Da Track Get Up 2 Da Track 1999  
I'm Your Nitemare I'm Your Nitemare 10th Feb 1999  
The Demon The Demon 8th Jun 1999  
Bomba!  Bomba!  7th Sep 1999  
Dance 2 Disco Dance 2 Disco 2000  
D.E.V.I.L. D.E.V.I.L. 29th Mar 2000  
The Millenium Megamix The Millenium Megamix 14th Aug 2000  
Salute Salute Apr 2001  
Supa Dupa Fly Supa Dupa Fly 12th Nov 2001  
Rhythm Takes Control Rhythm Takes Control 24th Jun 2002  
Insanity Insanity May 2003  
Dance Now! Dance Now! 14th Apr 2004  
Policia Policia 2005  
Atencion Atencion (with DJ Bonito) Nov 2005  
Abracadabra Abracadabra 2007  
Ritmo Fatal Ritmo Fatal 2010  
Whoomp! Supadupafly Whoomp! Supadupafly 15th Jan 2010  
Sexy Loca Sexy Loca Jul 2011  
Back On Demand Back On Demand 3rd Aug 2012  
Rubia Rubia 10th Aug 2012  
Superstar DJ Superstar DJ 17th Aug 2012  
Super Fly Chicks (Rock da Place) Super Fly Chicks (Rock da Place) 22nd Feb 2013  
Exit The Arena Exit The Arena 13th Oct 2017  

 

666 remixes

Alarma! (Remixes From Deep Down) Alarma! (Remixes From Deep Down) 1997  
Amokk / Alarma! Amokk / Alarma! 1998  
Rhythm Takes Control Rhythm Takes Control 2002  
Exit The Arena Exit The Arena 15th Dec 2017  

 

Featurings and collaborations

World of Tuning 2K15 Damon Paul - World of Tuning 2K15 2nd May 2015  

 



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666 biography

The project is produced by Thomas Detert und Mike Griesheimer, the same producers who were behind Activate some years ago. They had also produced projects such as Dyno (There Is Progress), A-Trax (Sweet Lullaby), and Boys On 33 (Slam The Jam).

The members are Diablo (real name : Rene), Karin and Mandy. At first they had some problems due to their conspicuous name. "In the beginning some record shops and radio stations didn't want to sell and play our records. But nowadays people have noticed that our music doesn't concern of satanism. We are just party devils", Diablo tells 'The main idea was that we wanted to come up with something new and special. We watched different bands and their live shows. There were only happy and smiling people. We wanted to put a devil to a stage and do a dark show. That's why 666 was good name for us", Diablo explains. Diablo was actually not the real voice, he only lipsynced on stage.

Their music, defined as progressive house, uses two languages : English and Spanish. 'Spanish is erotic, powerful, aggressive and little bit dark' Diablo says. Their first single was nothing else than a cover of Activate's Alarma, combined with a sample of No Good (Start The Dance) by The Prodigy. It had a great success all over Europe. The following singles, Diablo and Amokk, had the same success. Then their first album, entitled Paradoxx, was released.

The newest single Bomba! was released during the Summer 1999, followed by The Demon and more recently D.E.V.I.L., announcing a new album. 'The familiar 666 style continues. We are working with a new album and I think it will be released in the end of the year', Diablo tells.

2000 : 666's following single was entitled Dance 2 Disco, reminding a little bit of the Vengaboys (according to rumors, the chorus was sampled on a verse of Pet Shop Boys - Can You Forgive Her). They also had recently relesed their second album, Who's Afraid Of, in the same familiar 666 style. Then came the singles Salute (released not confirmed) and more recently Supa Dupa Fly (on November 12th 2001). Supa Dupa Fly climbed at 7th position two weeks in a row in the Norwegian Dance Chart, and reached position #26 on the Swedish Dance Chart.

Meanwhile the stage performers team changed : now we have Demon aka Khalid (25 years old) who had worked as dancer / background singer for, among others, 2 Unlimited, T-Spoon and DJ Quicksilver. Floor (26 years old) had worked as dancer / background singer for CB Milton, B.B.E and DJ Jürgen. She has also worked as a model for Diesel and Gap Star. Yvette (25 years old) had worked as dancer / background singer Ricky Martin, Alexia and Alice Deejay.

2002 : 666 came back with the title Rhythm Takes Control ; the female vocal parts were based on Activate's single Let The Rhythm Take Control.

2003 : in March, Liah left the group and was replaced by Sarah. In May, their new single was released in Germany only: Insanity. It features remixes by Megara vs DJ Lee, Noemi, and Secotr 5 vs. Dee K. In June they were back in studios to record a new track called Dance Now (Kick It), which would be performed at all forthcomming Live-Shows...

2004 : Their new single will be called Dance Now! and will be released in January. The follow-up will be called Policia. It contains only male spanish vocals and sounds like their old hits. It was released in France under Airplay records in December. Then Edel Records released it in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland and Estonia in January 2005, as well as Airbase Recording for Ukraine and Germany.

The former female dancers left the group and were replaced by 2 new ones : Sam and Carry.

2005 : they released a new single called Supa Dupa Fly 2005. Meanwhile, 666 producers started a new project called Vinylshakers, under which they also contributed to the welfare project Help Asia. They covered a song of Murray Head called One Night In Bangkok.

In November, a single entitled Atencion was released by 666 in collaboration with DJ Bonito. It contained the voice samples sounds of their old single Amokk, combined with the melody of Shaun Baker Explode.

2006 : 666 are currently in studio to record a brand new track. They will release a collection of rare mixes and previously unreleased tracks by the end of this year. All tracks are completly re-recorded in 24bit and digitally remastered for the very first time, with really rare unreleased items such as The God, Le bruit de la porte, La formula and Superstar DJ. Called The Ways Are Mystic, this "Best of..." will be followed by a completly new album in April or May 2007 and a new single probably in March 2007. The albums Paradoxx and Who's afraid of? will be totally re-recorded and remastered as well, to be re-issued by fall 2007 probably.

2007 : 666 are back for good ! Their brand new single will be entitled Abracadabra. It featured Spanish male vocals only with technoid sounds and a RnB rhythm. 666 are now Demon with 2 new female dancers : Sina and Lena.

666 are working on a record together with Brooklyn Bounce.

2010 : 666 vs. Tag Team single Whoomp (Supa.dupa.fly) was released in Germany. It's a mash-up between their hit Supadupafly and Tag Team's hit Whoomp (There It Is). It went #19 on the German DJ Chart.

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666 Homepage - www.666-homepage.com
Thanks to DJ Stakan, Nico, Denis "DJ Hooligan" Zhabkin, Tavi Meran, EurodanceTracks & nolimits

666 biography was last updated Sun, November 7th 2010

Charts (singles)

Austria Belgium France Germany Netherlands Norway Sweden UK
Alarma #24 #6 #56 #45 #5 #31 #58
Diablo #24 #6 #37 #10 #38
Amokk #20 #25 #8 #46 #4 #16
Paradoxx #32 #22 #29 #94 #26
Bomba!  #19 #30
Dance 2 Disco #58
D.E.V.I.L. #35 #19 #18
Supa Dupa Fly #51 #36 #76 #48
Rhythm Takes Control #65 #48


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