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Bang Gang   (Belgium)

EuroDance group
Added : 20/04/2004
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Love Is The Message
Bang Gang Night
94 1995

 

Bang Gang singles

Love Is The Message Love Is The Message 1995  
Bang Gang Night Bang Gang Night 1995  

 

 



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Bang Gang biography

Belgian trio made out of the following members : Mike, Serge G. and Little Milk. They started their first band together with rapper B.B. Jerome in the early 1990's as B.B. Jerome & The Bang Gang. Once B.B. left they tried their luck without him but the success the group had in the early years was no longer there.

Bang Gang Night featured the vocals and raps of Conchita Leeflang. Rap lyrics were done by Tony Kabea. Backing vocals were done by Guy Waku, Conchita, Serge, Mike, Little Milk & Tony Kabea. The single was a cover of Jimmy Cliff's Reggae Night. It was released under Rowyna Music / Groove Syndicate, produced by Fred Fraikin (who produced the second album of the French project L5) & Guy Waku (a producer born in Congo, who had already worked with Frédéric François, François Feldman, Peter Gabriel, Kassav...) for the Groove Syndicate Production, engeneered and mixed by Fred Fraikin. The executive producers were Olivier Fraikin & Dimitri Kontogiannis.

In 1995, a second single was released, entitled Love Is The Message. Executive producers were Olivier Fraikin and Dimitri Kontogiannis. It was produced by Fred Fraikin and Guy Waku, recorded and mixed by Fred Fraikin. It featured vocals by Gery,
the Bang Gang, Guy Waku and Shiri. It was written by Shiri, G. Waku, F. Fraikin and Little Milk.

No relationship with the project Bang Gang which stands behind the trance and electro tracks You, I Like To Move it or Nice 'N' Sleazy, nor with the disco group The Bang Gang which released some tracks in 1982 (Fill Me Up, Street Music).

Later, Fred Fraikin & Guy Waku kept on producing artists, such as Jean-Louis Daulne and Ophélie Winter.

Thanks to Broder Tuck, reBeL and Necronomic

Bang Gang biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018

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