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MAN   (Italy)

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Added : 20/11/2001
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Down Under
Wish You Were Here
Kung Fu Fighting
Stay
Mandolay
94 1995 1996 1997

 

MAN singles

Down Under Down Under 1995  
Wish You Were Here Wish You Were Here 1995  
Kung Fu Fighting Kung Fu Fighting 1996  
Stay Stay 11th Sep 1996  
Mandolay Mandolay 1997  

 

 



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MAN biography

M.A.N. is a project of SAIFAM Publishing Group. All singles were released as vinyls under the label One-Way records.

Their first single Down Under (a cover of the Men At Work song) was released in 1995. It was produced by M. Farina, F. Turatti and Snake's Music. It featured a F.T. & Company Edit and a Flaute Raggamix. The vinyl included a B-side entitled Groove Under (available in 2 version : Dance Attack Mix and On The Beat. It was recorded and mixed at Mela Studios (in Verona).

The next single was entitled Wish You Were Here, a cover of a Pink Floyd song originally released in 1975. It was produced by M. Farina and G. Crivellente. The vinyl included 2 versions : Factory Team Remix and a Reggae Mix, plus a B-side entitled The Groove I Wish.

Stay is their most well-known single. It was also released in 1996 under the label ZYX in Germany. The vinyl featured 3 versions (F.T. & Company Edit, a 12" Up Mix and a 12" Up Mix) and a B-side called Don't Stay.

The follow-up Kung Fu Fighting was released the same year. It was a cover of a song originally recorded by Carl Douglas. It was produced by M. Farina and F. Turatti. On the vinyl one could find a F.T.& Company Edit, a Slow Mix and a Sun Mix. There was also a B-side entitled Rap Fu Fighting.

Their last single was called Mandolay. Apart from 2 remixes (Latin Funky Long Edit and a Latin Funky Short Edit) there was also a B-side called The Groove Of La Flavour.

MAN biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018

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