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Get Wet

Get Wet   (Sweden)

EuroDance group
Added : 20/11/2001
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Angel
Something Unreal
94 1995 1996

 

Get Wet singles

Angel Angel 1995  
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Something Unreal Something Unreal 1996  
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Get Wet biography

Get Wet is a Swedish project from Malmö featuring 3 boys : Ali Sabahi, Michel Bozinovski and André Szendrei. They released 2 eurodance singles. Angel was produced by Robert Uhlmann (Bushman, X:Tend, Look Twice) and featured vocals by Thomas Tegler (Lucky Men).

They made a comeback in 1997 under the name Caymen and released a track called Games That We Play.

Thanks to Vision & EuroBoy

Get Wet biography was last updated Sat, January 9th 2021

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