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D-Stressed   (Italy)

EuroDance group
Added : 20/11/2001
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Time To Dance
Let Me Hear The Music
Got To Give It Up
Love Me Forever
Time
Mystical Way
Fly To The Sun
Tell Me
Show Stopper
Damaged
93 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

 

D-Stressed singles

Time To Dance Time To Dance  
Let Me Hear The Music Let Me Hear The Music 5th Mar 1994  
Got To Give It Up Got To Give It Up 2nd Oct 1994  
Love Me Forever Love Me Forever 11th May 1995  
Time Time 29th Sep 1996  
Mystical Way Mystical Way 21st Apr 1997  
Fly To The Sun Fly To The Sun 16th Sep 1998  
Tell Me Tell Me 21st Sep 1999  
Show Stopper Show Stopper (Digital release only) 13th Mar 2008  
Damaged Damaged (Digital release only) 6th May 2008  

 

 



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D-Stressed biography

This project is produced by SAIFAM Publishing Group. All the singles were recorded at Union studios in Verona, released under Union records. It was December 1993 when DJ Maxim met Italian dance music producer Mauro Pagany and they decided to collaborate on a new dance project. The idea developped in Union Records Studios, where they joined composer, arranger and producer Roberto Arduini.

Let Me Hear The Music, the first single, featured the vocals of Janette Sewell. It was produced by Pagany and Roby Arduini.

In 1995 came Love Me Forever (Dam Dam). It was co-produced by Roby Arduini and Alessandro Giola. The vocals were done by Colette. The Cd contains a Cut mix, an Union Mix, a Dam-apella mix and an original mix.

It was followed by Time, which was produced and mixed by Roby Arduini, recorded and arranged by Alessandro Giola, P. Zollo and A. Puntillo. Once again the vocal parts were sung by Colette.

Mystical Way was produced in 1997 by Max Persona & Roby Arduini. The lyrics and music were written by M. Persona and L. Carpella. It was arranged, mixed and recorded by Max Persona and Lorenza De Preti. It featured the voice of Emma James who also took part to the writing of the lyrics. The CD contained a Main Room Mix, an Instinctive Mix, an Instrumental Instinctive Mix and a 1st Mix.

Then came Fly To The Sun, with no doubt the most well-know track from this project. It was produced and mixed by Roby Arduini, Alex Giola and Carlo Saoncelli, composed and written by Alex Giola, Roby Arduini and Antonio Puntillo. The mixes contained on the disc were an Instinctive Mix, and Original Mix and a Skyscrapers Mix.

Tell Me was produced by Mauro Farina, Roby Arduini and Antonio Puntillo. The CD included a Club Mix, Full Vocal Mix, a Def-In-Mix and an Edit Mix.

2008 : 2 tracks were recorded and digitally released : Damaged ans Show Stopper, more RnB than eurodance unfortunately.

Thanks to Klems

D-Stressed biography was last updated Sat, December 20th 2008

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