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Killer Shadows   (Italy)

EuroDance group
Added : 25/02/2010
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The Sun Always Shine On TV
Jackie
Golden Dreams
Don't You Want Me Babe
I Just Can't Get Enough
Beat It
94 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

 

Killer Shadows singles

The Sun Always Shine On TV The Sun Always Shine On TV 1995  
Jackie Jackie 1998  
Golden Dreams Golden Dreams 1998  
Don't You Want Me Babe Don't You Want Me Babe 1998  
I Just Can't Get Enough I Just Can't Get Enough 1999  
Beat It Beat It 2000  

 

 



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Killer Shadows biography

Killer Shadows was an 80's cover project from SAIFAM Publishing Group. Many vocalists took part on it. Almost all the songs were covers from very known artists, like the famous A-ha's The Sun Always Shines on T.V., released in 1995 and produced by Factory Team. This cover was a powerful eurodance track, specially The Factory Dance Mix, that was full of synths and strong base. The label was Lethal Records (Spain), a Contraseña Records sublabel.

Other great cover (released in 1998) was Jackie, performed originally in 1987 by Elisa Fiorillo (and in 1988 by Blue Zone) and penned by Billy Steinberg and Tom Kelly. Golden Dreams was released in the same year (1998), this song was originally performed by Invisible Limits (penned by KUCHENMEISTER, a Invisible Limits member); I Just Can't Get Enough (penned by Vince Clark and performed originally by Depeche Mode as Just Can’t Get Enough) was released in 1999; Don't You Want Me Babe (The Human League's Don't You Want Me cover) was released in 1999 too. The famous Michael Jackson’s Beat It was covered by Killer Shadows in 2000.

Other song, only released on compilation in 2006 (Let's Hear It For The 80's - Vol. 4), was Human, originally performed by The Human League (composed by Harris and Lewis). The version is The Dance Mix, but is not a eurodance tune.

Thanks to loxt

Killer Shadows biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018

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