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Club Factory

Club Factory   (Netherlands)

EuroDance group
Added : 20/11/2001
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Lovergirl
I Think I Wanna Rock
Love 4 Lovin
Lovergirl
93 1994 1995 1996 1997

 

Club Factory albums

Lovergirl Lovergirl 1997

 

Club Factory singles

I Think I Wanna Rock I Think I Wanna Rock (featuring Max P) 27th Jun 1994  
Love 4 Lovin Love 4 Lovin 1995  
Lovergirl Lovergirl (Japan only) 1997  

 

 



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Club Factory biography

Club Factory features the raps of Max P and the vocals of Sophia Wezer. It was produced by Team3 (MaSong aka Judith Samson Kruit, Manirock aka Mark Nieuwenhuijzen & E-Roll Lafleur aka Riffi or E-roll). I Think I'm Gonna Rock was released in 1994 under the label Dureco in the Netherlands and Festival Records in Australia.

Love 4 Lovin was released under the label Blueprint in the Netherlands. It was produced and arrangend by Team 3 and Pim Schilperoort aka Dsource. It featured backing vocals by Mona B.

2 years later, an album entitled Lovergirl was released in Japan only. It featured vocals by a new vocalist, called Angel.

Max P also appeared on the track Say No To XTC by C.I.P. (same producer) and other eurodance projects. His raps were sampled and used in other eurodance tracks (for instance Funny Girl Woman In Love or Dana Tusk Come On ).

Team3 also produced Sophia's singles Stay, Take It Or Leave It, Gimme The Night and Running So Hard, and Samantha Fox song Let Me Be Free in 1994. They remixed Eclipse's (You Just Got To) Let The Rhythm Move You, Samantha Fox's Go For The Heart, and Pearl's Go Higher.

Club Factory biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018

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