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With the songs: Sweet dreams - Be my lover - Falling in love - I love to love - You won't forget me La Bouche (French: The Mouth) is a Eurodance/Dance-pop duo formed by Frank Farian in Germany in 1994, consisting of Melanie Thornton and Lane McCray. They scored two major worldwide hits in the mid-1990s with "Be My Lover" and "Sweet Dreams". La Bouche's debut single "Sweet Dreams" was released in 1994 and was a pan-European and Australian hit. It was followed by "Be My Lover" in 1995, which peaked at number one in Germany and Australia, while also reaching the Top 10 in fourteen European countries. It also peaked at number 27 in 1995 and number 25 in 1996 in the UK Singles Chart when re-issued in that year. Melanie Thornton had her first taste of American chart success as featured vocalist on the Le Click hit "Tonight Is The Night", which reached number 68 on the Billboard Hot 100. It was included on the U.S. release of La Bouche's album Sweet Dreams, which was released in 1996, and peaked at number 28 on the Billboard 200. It was certified double-platinum by the RIAA and sold over 8 million copies worldwide. "Be My Lover" went to number 1 on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play chart in 1995 and climbed to number 6 on the Hot 100 in early 1996. It was then re-released in the UK and reached a new peak of number 25. It went on to win the Dishwalla award for the "Most Played Song in America", and sold 6 million copies worldwide. "Sweet Dreams" also went to number 13 in the U.S. "Fallin' In Love", a cover of the Hamilton song, and "I Love To Love" were also hit singles taken from the album. The first single from their second album S.O.S. was called "You Won't Forget Me". Released in 1998, it reached number 48 on the Hot 100. Towards the end of 2001, Thornton was asked to record "Wonderful Dream (Holidays Are Coming)" specially for a Coca-Cola Christmas TV commercial to be shown on German television. Whilst promoting it, and a re-release of her album Ready To Fly, she was killed in a plane crash near Zurich on November 24, 2001. After her death, the single went on to become her biggest hit, reaching number 3 on the German singles chart.
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Ice MC - Think about the way (Extended Rare Video)
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The longest official track by Modern Talking, available on the "Space Mix '99" 12"Maxi Single and the Anniversary "25 Years of Disco-Pop" compilation. Modern Talking's greatest hits: You're My Heart, You're My Soul: https://youtu.be/4kHl4FoK1Ys Brother Louie: https://youtu.be/Lp2qcCrdBLA Cheri Cheri Lady: https://youtu.be/eNvUS-6PTbs Get the album 25 Years of Disco Pop: http://smarturl.it/25YearsOfDiscoPop #ModernTalking #Disco
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2 Unlimited - Best Hits All Best Hits Collections: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtjToWJH17tP6SKP07CNWsGmr1siD316L Remember The 90's - Danceмания #1-8: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2DGoJVuxLo&index=1&list=PLF8ouJ73kApomANiJ5epfrqF8q3RpCSTg Club Music Collections: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLW40X-SOCI&list=PLtjToWJH17tM055eXUBdsgSi6Mwl0cWbD&index=1 Tracklist: 1. The Real Thing 00:00 2. No Limit 03:38 3. Let The Beat Control Your Body 07:19 4. Jump For Joy 10:56 5. Here I Go 14:31 6. Maximum Overdrive 17:42 7. Tribal Dance 21:03 8. Faces 24:30 9. Twilight Zone 27:55 10. Get Ready For This 31:59 11. The Magic Friend 34:50 12. Workaholic 38:32 13. Do What's Good For Me 42:11 14. Spread Your Love 45:55 15. No One 49:32 16. Nothing Like the Rain 52:55 17. No Limit 2.3 56:50 18. Tribal Dance 2.4 59:55 19. Get Ready To Move It (feat. Reel 2 Reel) 1:03:11 20. MTV Partyzone Megamix 1:05:30 21. In Da Name Of Love 1:10:25 22. Nothing 2 Lose 1:13:44 23. Get Ready (Steve Aoki vocal edit) 1:17:20 24. Shotgun (Yellow Claw Mixtape 7) 1:20:13 If you like this channel and you want to help him to develop, you can provide all possible financial assistance. Thanks for your support! Если вам нравится этот канал, вы можете пожертвовать любую сумму на его развитие. Спасибо за поддержку! Donate PayPal: https://goo.gl/cCvHvJ WebMoney: Z322714774631 E665024855622 R217467000324 U330521728866
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All Best Hits Collections: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtjToWJH17tP6SKP07CNWsGmr1siD316L Remember The 90's - Danceмания #1-8: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2DGoJVuxLo&index=1&list=PLF8ouJ73kApomANiJ5epfrqF8q3RpCSTg Club Music Collections: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLW40X-SOCI&list=PLtjToWJH17tM055eXUBdsgSi6Mwl0cWbD&index=1 Tracklist: 1. Think About The Way 00:01 2. It's A Rainy Day 04:14 3. Take Away The Colour 08:21 4. Take Away The Colour ('95 Reconstruction) 11:45 5. Music For Money 15:13 6. Give Me The Light 18:35 7. Cinema 22:08 8. Happy Weekend 25:49 9. Laika 28:42 10. Easy 32:45 11. People 36:29 12. Scream 40:18 If you like this channel and you want to help him to develop, you can provide all possible financial assistance. Thanks for your support! Если вам нравится этот канал, вы можете пожертвовать любую сумму на его развитие. Спасибо за поддержку! Donate PayPal: https://goo.gl/cCvHvJ WebMoney: Z322714774631 E665024855622 R217467000324 U330521728866
10 г. назад
With the songs: Mr Vain - Got to get it - Anything - Word in your hands (remix) - Inside out - Crying in the rain - Take me away Culture Beat is a German Eurodance project formed in 1989 by Torsten Fenslau. The act has gone through a number of line-up changes over the years; they achieved the most success whilst fronted by singer Tania Evans and rapper Jay Supreme. Their 1993 single "Mr. Vain" was a number 1 hit in at least nine European countries, and the act is thought to have sold more than 10 million records worldwide. Torsten Fenslau had been working as a deejay at the Frankfurt nightclub Dorian Gray, when he decided to form Culture Beat. His first single, the ambient house track "Der Erdbeermund", with a spoken vocal in German by Jo van Nelsen, peaked at number 11 in the German singles chart. Versions in English and French were also released (titled "Cherry Lips" and "Les lèvres cerises", respectively). An instrumental version was also a club hit in the United Kingdom, where it reached number 55. Shortly afterwards, Torsten recruited New Jersey-born rapper Jay Supreme and singer Lana Earl to front the act, and the second single "I Like You" reached number 30 in Germany, and number 6 in Billboard's Hot Dance Club Play chart. They released their first album, Horizon, in 1991. Lana was replaced by British singer Tania Evans in 1993, and the act took a harder Eurodance sound. "Mr. Vain" became their biggest hit to date, reaching number 1 in 13 countries including Germany, Australia and the United Kingdom. It was also their first mainstream hit in the United States, peaking at number 17 on the Hot 100. The single was certified three times Gold in Germany for selling over 750,000 units. Subsequent singles "Got to Get It" and "Anything" were also pan-European hits, and their second album Serenity was awarded at the ECHO award for being the Best-selling German Act Abraod, with more than two million copies sold. This also got Torsten Fenslau nominated in the same year at the Echo for being the Best Producer of the Year, who also walked away as a winner. On November 6, 1993, Culture Beat's founder Torsten Fenslau was killed in a car accident in Messel (district of Darmstadt). His brother Frank took over the act as a manager and returned the act in 1995 with a third album called Inside Out, preceded by a single of the same name which reached number 5 in Germany and number 32 in the UK. In 1997, Frank decided to take Culture Beat in a different, more mature sounding musical direction diverging the act from Dance genre and transitioned into Pop. He also replaced Tania with Kim Sanders, who had previously scored a hit with "Impossible" by Captain Hollywood Project. Jay Supreme remained with the act for a short time after Tania's departure, but during recording of the next album he decided to leave the group. The album Metamorphosis was a minor chart success in 1998.