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Dynamint

Dynamint   (Estonia)

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Added : 14/06/2018
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Dynamint
7
Best of
Hoia Ja Keela
Sinust Vaba
02 2003 2004 2005 2006

 

Dynamint albums

Dynamint Dynamint 5th Oct 2003
7 7 Jul 2005
Best of Best of 2 CDs 2006
Hoia Ja Keela Hoia Ja Keela 1st Jun 2006

 

Dynamint singles

Sinust Vaba Sinust Vaba Promo only 2004  

 

 



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Dynamint biography

Dynamint was a Estonian girls band. They started as a trio: Mari-Liis Aasmäe (born 1988), Taisi Pettai (born 1989) and Evelin Liivamägi (born 1991).

At the end of 2003, the girls won the contest "Halley Superstaar". Contest organizer, producer Priit Seask, then helped record their fist single Klubi paradiis, which was released on the label TopTen. Klubi paradiis was included on the compilation album Kevadhitt 2004. In september 2004, the track Jätke võtmed väljapoole could be found on the compilation album Sügishitt 2004. On October 5, 2004; Dynamint's first album, Dynamint, came out. The majority of the songs were composed and produced by Fred Sonne.

In January 2005, Evelin Liivamägi announced that she would leave the band due to studies. So the girlsband continued as a duo. In April, 2005 a promo of Sinule kallis was released. In July 2005, another album, 7, came out. Vladimir Adaritshev and Andrei Pokutni, producers of tATu wrote some new songs for the girls. The same year Dynamint gained the award Aasta uustulnuk 2005.

In March 2006, the duo performed out of Estonia for the first time - at the club Qdorf Club in Berlin.On June 1, 2006, their third album Hoia ja keela came out.

In 2006, a double "Best of" album came out; including all the previous 26 songs and 17 karaoke songs.

In 2007, the duo decided to break up and they went their own ways. On March 13, 2007 the duo did his last performance in Pärnu. Mari-Liis' debut single Varjud, released in 2009, was pretty succesful.

Thanks to Gianni

Dynamint biography was last updated Thu, June 14th 2018



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