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Morhotronic   (Slovakia)

EuroDance group
Added : 26/03/2005
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Hra S Elanom
Trouble World
Revolution
So Romantic
Macejko
Papousek Kakadu
Hra s Elánom
Mandarinka Darinka
Porno Prachy Video
Oh Suzanna
Kokosová Láska
Edo
Move Your Body
Say Yeah
92 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

 

Morhotronic albums

Hra S Elanom Hra S Elanom 1993
Trouble World Trouble World 1996
Revolution Revolution 1998

 

Morhotronic singles

So Romantic So Romantic  
Macejko Macejko 1993  
Papousek Kakadu Papousek Kakadu 1993  
Hra s Elánom Hra s Elánom 1993  
Mandarinka Darinka Mandarinka Darinka 1994  
Porno Prachy Video Porno Prachy Video 1994  
Oh Suzanna Oh Suzanna 1994  
Kokosová Láska Kokosová Láska 1995  
Edo Edo 1995  
Move Your Body Move Your Body 1996  
Say Yeah Say Yeah 1997  

 

 



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Morhotronic biography

Morhotronic is a Slovak project of Škvrna records. It was produced by Stano Simor. The project featured various performers, sometimes a rapper and a female vocalist, sometimes some popular singers and even children stars. They sung in English and in Slovak.

The single Macejko (featured Senzus and Skinny Dee) was the best selling dance single of Czech Republic and Slovak Republic in 1993-1994. Move Your Body was the best selling Czech single in Austria. So Romantic stayed 19 weeks in the Czech dance-charts. The second album was released under Škvrna records in 1996. Koskova Laska featured the ragga-rap of Martin Tankway. Edo, a euro-reggae track, featured Shab Robo Grigorov. Papoušek Kakadu, a funny song in the DJ Otzi style, featured Viktor Sodoma. The third album Revolution was released under Popron Music in 1998.

In 1996 Stano Šimor moves to Czech republic and then to Belgium, when he works nowadays. During his stay in Czech republic he was producer of the boys-band Lunetic and he co-produced Helena Vondrácková's comeback.

Thanks to Danny and DaPoncho
Morhotronic at simorproduction.cz

Morhotronic biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018



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