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Barcode Brothers

Barcode Brothers   (Denmark)

EuroTrance group
Added : 28/01/2019
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Swipe Me
BB02
These Boots Are Made For Walking
Tele
Dooh Dooh
It's A Fine Day
Flute
Akustik
SMS
98 1999 2000 2001 2002

 

Barcode Brothers albums

Swipe Me Swipe Me 11th Aug 2000
BB02 BB02 2002

 

Barcode Brothers singles

These Boots Are Made For Walking These Boots Are Made For Walking 1999  
Tele Tele 1999  
Dooh Dooh Dooh Dooh 2nd Aug 1999  
It's A Fine Day It's A Fine Day 2000  
Flute Flute 2nd Oct 2001  
Akustik Akustik Promo only 2002  
SMS SMS 10th Jun 2002  

 

 



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Barcode Brothers biography

Label : Universal. Barcode Brothers was founded by Anders Øland and Christian Møller Nielsen aka CMN. Christian had done remixes for Me & My, the Backstreet Boys et Los Umbrellos. He also wrote songs for Tiggy, while Anders also co-wrote Aqua's Dr. Jones.

Their first single was a cover of These Boots Are Made For Walking, originally sung by Nancy Sinatra. It was used for a TV commercial for Coca-Cola Light in France, where it went #76. They scored a huge hit with their second single Dooh Dooh in 1999. Produced, arranged and mixed at The Barcode Complex (Copenhagen) and mastered at Cutting Room in Stockholm, it went #4 in Denmark and #17 in Germany (where it sold more than 100 000).

Their first album Swipe Me was released in 2000. It sold 65 000 copied in Denmark and was nominated at Grammy awards and won Dance Album of the Year, while Dooh Dooh was Club Hit of the Year. Singles It's a Fine Day (a cover of Opus III, sampling a 1983 song from Jane) and Flute followed.

2002 : second studio album BB02 was out. Anders did some of the vocals. "Animating technology, giving it a soul, is a recurring theme in every segment of the album," says CMN. "And this animation process is something we attempt to define through sound. We use a robot voice throughout. The robot voice helps create the golden chain linking the tracks together.". Single SMS was a hit.

2004 saw the end of the project which disbanded.

2011 : duo was back again to perform on festivals.

Remixes for other artists :
Balearic Bill - Destination Sunshine (Barcode Brothers Remix) (1999)
Star - Heaven's on Fire (Barcode Brothers Fire Mix) (1999), This Is My Life (Barcode's Club) (1999)

Thanks to Anders Bøgh

Barcode Brothers biography was last updated Mon, January 28th 2019

Charts (singles)

Austria Denmark France Germany Switzerland
These Boots Are Made For Walking #76
Tele #4
Dooh Dooh #36 #4 #17 #89
It's A Fine Day #2
Flute #46 #7 #41
SMS #52


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