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Black Spaghetti

Black Spaghetti   (Austria)

AKA : Henry Ezeoba
EuroDance group
Added : 10/06/2003
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Hallelujah
Stress No More
Jump!
I Wanna Boom!
94 1995 1996 1997

 

Black Spaghetti albums

Hallelujah Hallelujah 1997
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Black Spaghetti singles

Stress No More Stress No More 1995  
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Featurings and collaborations

Jump! Cyber Force - Jump! 1996  
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I Wanna Boom! Cyber Force - I Wanna Boom! 1997  
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Black Spaghetti biography

Black Spaghetti's real name is Henry Ezeoba, aka The Motivator. He was born in Nigeria, his brother Dele Joseph Ezeoba was an admiral in the Nigerian Navy. At that time, Henry was based in Klagenfurt, Austria. One single, Stress No More, was released in 1995. It was recorded and mixed at Pink Noise Recording Studio and produced by Harry Huber. It was later renamed Change The Future for the upcoming album. All songs from the album Hallelujah were written by Klaus Koschutnig and Henri Ezeoba. The album was released in Austria under label JAM!, distributed in Europe by BMG Records.

Henry also took part to projects CyberForce (eurodance songs Jump!, I Wanna Boom!) and 'Shine, recording a cover of Bob Marley's Could You Be Loved. He also visited title-song Mister Magic on Mike Ottis' album.

Thanks to D-Man '94

Black Spaghetti biography was last updated Tue, July 20th 2021

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