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Photogenic

Photogenic   (Sweden)

EuroDance group
Added : 19/02/2002
2020


Singing The Blues (We Say Goodbye)
This Time (Beautiful Dream)
Nattens Änglar (The Angels Of The Night)
94 1995 1996 1997

 

Photogenic singles

Singing The Blues (We Say Goodbye) Singing The Blues (We Say Goodbye) 1995  
This Time (Beautiful Dream) This Time (Beautiful Dream) 1996  
Nattens Änglar (The Angels Of The Night) Nattens Änglar (The Angels Of The Night) 1997  

 

 



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Photogenic biography

Jimmie Johanssom and Mika Korkeamäki met each other for the first time in the Summer of 1990. Their common interest for old synthesizers and music from the 80's resulted in their first band : Telegraph. In 1994 together with four other friends they founded Photogenic. The first single Singing The Blues (We Say Goodbye) was the recurrent theme for the TV-series Real World Stockholm. The single included 4 versions : a No Blues Mix (remixed by Antiloop), an Extended Mix, a House Mix (remixed by In-Side), and a Fling With The Juice Remix (remixed by Peanut Planet).

Their second single was entitled This Time, only 2 versions were available on it : a 7” edit and a Clean Industry Mix.

At this time Jimmie and Mika were tired of dance music and decided to get back to the origin – the early 80's (closer to synthpop, following the model of synthpop groups from the 80's like Lustans Lakejer and Adolphson & Falk). The band decreased from six members to become a duo when they performed Nattens Änglar (The Angels of the Night) in the Swedish Melody Grand Prix in 1997. At the same time they changed their name from Photogenic to Photogenique. Jonas Berggren from Ace of Base wrote song and music to Nattens Änglar. Unfortunatly, their performance at the Swedish Melody Grand Prix was a total flop, they did not earn any point.

Apart from their 3 own singles, thay also composed the theme to a docu-serie on a commercial channel in 1995.

Thanks to Mikoo

Photogenic biography was last updated Sat, January 13th 2018

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