In 1994 and 1995 M People won the BRIT Award for Best British Dance Act, the latter as a result of the release of Bizarre Fruit. The first single from that album was “Sight for Sore Eyes” which climbed to number 6, helping the album to enter the UK Albums Chart and peak at No. 4 and stay in the Top 10 for four months into the following year. The second single from the album was “Open Your Heart”, which became their seventh consecutive Top Ten hit in two years and at the Brit Awards ’95 they collaborated with Sting on his track “If You Love Somebody Set Them Free”. Their third single “Search for the Hero” was later used in the TV advertising campaign for the Peugeot 406. The song got to number 9 in the chart.
“The Rhythm of the Night” is a song by the Italian band Corona. It was released in November 1993 as the lead single from their debut album of the same name. Particularly devoted to the dancefloors, it had a great success, reaching the highest positions in various Singles Charts around the world. It reached number-one in Italy and stayed there for 8 consecutive weeks. It also reached number 11 on the US Billboard chart in early 1995.
In the United Kingdom it was released in September 1994 and reached number 2, and stayed in the UK Singles Chart for 18 weeks.
Thriller is the sixth studio album by the American recording artist Michael Jackson. It was released on November 30, 1982, by Epic Records, as the follow-up to Jackson’s critically and commercially successful 1979 album Off the Wall. Thriller explores similar genres to those of Off the Wall, including pop, R&B, rock, post-disco, funk, and adult contemporary music. Recording sessions took place between April and November 1982 at Westlake Recording Studios in Los Angeles, California, with a production budget of $750,000, assisted by producer Quincy Jones.
Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the award winning, worldwide #1 radio, club and video hit “I Beg Your Pardon [Rose Garden],” Barry Harris’ Kon Kan is back with 2k14 remixes. Before producing more than 20 #1 hit remixes for the likes of Madonna, Whitney Houston, Jennifer Lopez, Mary J. Blige, Céline Dion, Cher, Janet Jackson, Spice Girls, and LeAnn Rimes, to name a few, as part of the Award winning remix team
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I was born in Birmingham, UK in 1981. I moved to Manchester in 2002. I immediately threw myself into the large gay community
that the city has to offer, with over twenty-five bars/clubs to explore I was definitely a fish out of water and looking back
I realise that I was very naive. It was not long, though, before I had made a wide variety of friends from all different backgrounds.
Once learning that one of my friends, DJ Tin Tin, used to DJ at clubs such as “Heaven” in London and “Flamingo’s” in Blackpool
I was very interested in finding out how music was mixed and was soon using every opportunity I had to accompany him in the DJ box.
I know that watching a DJ mix from one song to another can look very easy, and in some cases it is, but once I first got into
a DJ box and witnessed a sea of buttons and switches I was completely overwhelmed. After a few weeks I started to find my feet
and became very intrigued by what DJ Tin Tin was doing. I started to ask questions like, “What does that do?” and, “What happens
if I press that?” Over time I felt confident enough to touch and push a few buttons knowing that for a brief moment I was at the
controls and in charge of entertaining the crowd. This was a very scary feeling but also at the same time I got a funny sort of
buzz out of it. It was not long until I was being allowed to do my own thing, giving me the chance to familiarise myself with
Times change, however, and people move on. Sadly Hollywood Showbar is no longer with us and with no job I received a phone
call from Cruz 101 nightclub in the heart of Manchester’s Gay Village. On my first night there I was incredibly nervous and more
than little scared because the venue was over three times the size I was used to.
After 5 years at Cruz 101 I would like to think I have made my place there and I currently work Fridays and Sundays. I really
enjoy my work and I have a fabulous time doing it.
This blog is to supply the world with old and new mixes that are hard to find or have never been released. This is also to promote the artists I post. I will never post studio albums as I hope that my followers will source out albums with original versions. Saying all that if an artist is not happy being promoted through my blog please contact me an I will be happy to remove posts. Site is powered by Wordpress and was designed and implemented by Stuart Ford.