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Carpe Diem

Carpe Diem   (Hungary)

EuroDance group
Added : 17/04/2011
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Élj A Mának
Lépj Tovább
Álomhajó
Élj A Mának
Lépj Tovább
Zomba Music
Vége Van Már A Hétnek
93 1994 1995 1996 1997

 

Carpe Diem albums

Élj A Mának Élj A Mának 1994
Lépj Tovább Lépj Tovább 1995
Álomhajó Álomhajó 1997

 

Carpe Diem singles

Élj A Mának Élj A Mának 1994  
Lépj Tovább Lépj Tovább 1995  
Zomba Music Zomba Music 1995  
Vége Van Már A Hétnek Vége Van Már A Hétnek 1997  

 

 



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Carpe Diem biography

Budapest-based project Carpe Diem is a project of Attila Erős, Benda Gergely (Gergő Benda) & Stefanidu Janula, featuring sexy vocalist Funnah Fanny. Carpe Diem was founded in 1993. Their name in latin means "live for today". Stefanidu Janula was born in Czechoslowakia from Greeks refugees parents. Gergő Benda started toying with a synthesizer at age 15, and was hooked on music since then.

First album Élj a mának was released in 1994 under Sony Music. Second album Lépj tovább came the following year, still under Sony Music.

In 1996, Fanny released a solo album entitled Élj a maximumon!. For the last album Álomhajó, released under Warner-Magneoton, the project only included 2 members.

DJ Attila Erős nowadays works with project Erős & Spigiboy. Gergő Benda he moved onto create Holi for more downtempo, less dance.

No relationship with the Swiss project Carpe Diem (Snakecharmer, Music Takes You).

Thanks to Bix

Carpe Diem biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018

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