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En-rage

En-rage   (Germany)

EuroDance group
Added : 05/11/2003
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Saviour
Run To You
Give It Up
Why Don't You
House Of The Rising Sun
My Crying's Done
91 1992 1993 1994 1995

 

En-rage albums

Saviour Saviour 1st Feb 1993

 

En-rage singles

Run To You Run To You 1st Nov 1992  
Give It Up Give It Up 1st Oct 1993  
Why Don't You Why Don't You 19th Mar 1994  
House Of The Rising Sun House Of The Rising Sun 15th Oct 1994  
My Crying's Done My Crying's Done 1995  

 

 



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En-rage biography

Rage aka En-rage are the producers Barry Leng and Duncan Hannant. Barry Leng was also behind the group E'Voke, who released a successful dance version of John Waite's Missing You. The project featured vocals by Tony Jackson and later on by Steve Lee.

Under the name Rage they released their first single in the end of 1992 : Run To You (a cover of a Bryan Adams song) was a big hit in Germany, reaching # 71 in the Best of Charts, and peaked at # 14 between January and February 1993. It was #3 - UK Charts between October and November 1992 and #12 in the Netherlands Singles Chart in 1992. Since, Run To You was also covered by Jaymz Bee and more recently Novaspace.

The first album was called Saviour, all sung by Tony Jackson, containing all the first hits. Then came the single Give It Up, still released in 1993. It was a cover of a single originally released by Creation (from the same producers, under Deconstruction records)

The next single was entitled Why Don't You, out in 1994, and it was included on the compilation Ronny's Pop Show Vol. 21. It featured the voice of Tony Jackson.

The follow-up and last single House Of The Rising Sun, still with Tony Jackson's voice, was featured on the compilation Hot & Fresh. It was an cover of a traditional song already covered by the the French megastar Johnny Hallyday under the name Les portes du pénitencier. A video was shot, directed by Lindy Heymann.

All the singles were released under Pulse 8 Records (London) in UK and Intercord in Germany.

In 1995 a single entitled My Crying's Done was released, still under Pulse 8 Records in the UK, and under CNR in the Netherlands.

Not to be confused with the metal band of the same name.

Thanks to Apho, Christian Icking and Mikoo

En-rage biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018

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