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Bass Expanders   (Italy)

EuroDance group
Added : 20/11/2001
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Beats Go
Party All Night
Beat Up
Bounce
92 1993 1994 1995

 

Bass Expanders singles

Beats Go Beats Go Jul 1993  
Party All Night Party All Night 8th Apr 1994  
Beat Up Beat Up 1995  
Bounce Bounce 12th Jun 1995  

 

Bass Expanders remixes

Beats Go Beats Go 1993  

 

 



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Bass Expanders biography

Bass Expanders is a project of Simon Maccari, Christopher Sparacino and Francesco "Ciccio" Terrana. Together they created the ZIIOZOO Productions (don't try to find a meaning for the name: it's only a play on words) in 1992 and installed their recording studios Carpi, near Modena (Italy). They also stand behind the projects X-dream, New Mill and Beatmatic (among others).

The singer, rapper and composed Christopher Sparacino was born 1967 in Amarillo (Texas), grew up in Chicago, then moved to Italy. He ws credited as rapper under the name Dance Vice or D-vice. He had previously did raps on Rhythmatic - Say To Me (Hallelujah)

The project also featured the studio vocalist Sabina Paola Galetti alias Eura, born 1961 in Bologna. Eura grew up in a large musical background, and her skills included rock, jazz and blues.

The single Beats Go included a Radio Edit, a Full Frequency Mix and a Hyp Mix. It was released in Italy under the label SPM Dance Division and was very succesful in Japan.

The follow-up Party All Night was also released under the label SPM Dance Division. It included a Euro mix, a Radio edit, a Club version and an Original Club version. The same year, D-vice contributed to Beatmatic's single The Final Countdown.

Bounce, an awesome eurodance track, released in 1995, featured 5 versions : an Airplay edit, a Basic edit, an Airplay Extended, a X-Out Remix and a Ziiozoo Remix. It was released in many countries : Belgium (Byte Records), Italy (Dig It), Japan (Avex Traxx), Holland (Arcade), Denmark, Bulgaria, Poland, Czecholslowakia, Russia, Turkey, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand. It featured the voice of a new vocalist, Karin Mensah. D-vice was still the rapper.

In 2004, Karin Mensah was featured by Mix2Inside on the single Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel.

Thanks to Crazy4Music

Bass Expanders biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018



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