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|Past members||Bianca Hanif ("Kisu"), Gabriela Gottschalk ("Sailor Moon"), Jascha Anantaponge ("Tuxedo Mask")|
Super Moonies was a German pop group created in 1998 to provide the soundtrack for the successful Sailor Moon anime series, particularly the German-dubbed version. Their songs included "Kämpfe Sailor Moon" (Fight Sailor Moon) and "Macht des Mondes" (Power of the Moon), and sold on compilation CDs with unrelated songs by artists such as Jasmin Wagner and Aaron Carter. Original choreography was created by the same choreographer that choreographed Blumchen's Jasmin Live 1998 Tour. That American Choreographer is Kris Mohfanz.
Super Moonies consisted of the singer Bianca Hanif (known as "Kisu", from the Japanese word for "kiss") and two dancers: Gabriela Gottschalk (now a member of the band Hot Banditoz) as Sailor Moon and Jascha Anantaponge as Tuxedo Mask.
Both Bianca and Gabby (Gabriela) appeared in the 2000 Blümchen (Jasmin Wagner) music video "ist deine Liebe echt?" (in both versions of the music video: The Original Disco Version & The Kurzer Mix ) as dancers with Blümchen and as her friends.
Super Moonies also appear in Blümchen's VHS biography video "Blümchen '95-'98" during backstage clips of Blümchen on tour, inter cut with her back-up dancers (The B-Boys), and her stage crew.
The songs by Super Moonies were produced by Avenue Music in Munich, and appeared on CDs by EDEL Records. These include:
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The discography of German singer Jasmin Wagner, best known as Blümchen, also known as Jasmin, Blossom or Denim Girl, consists of five studio albums, one soundtrack album, one live album, four compilation albums, two video albums, 25 singles, including four as featured artist, six promotional singles, and 24 music videos, including two as featured artist. The first release was the debut studio album Herzfrequenz in 1996, preceded by the chart hit "Herz an Herz", a Paso Doble cover version. The albums Verliebt..., Jasmin, Die Welt gehört dir and Die Versuchung followed in 1997, 1998, 2000 and 2006 respectively. In 2019, after a hiatus, Wagner returned as Blümchen and released her first single "Computerliebe", again a Paso Doble cover version.
"(You Made the) Summer Go Away", or simply shortened "Summer Go Away", is a song recorded by the American actor and singer David Hasselhoff featuring German recording artist Blümchen. The song was released on July 13, 2019, through Membran and Politur. The Swedish Grammy-nominated songwriter Jörgen Elofsson wrote the song. Hasselhoff chose Blümchen to sing the duet, when meeting backstage at one of the 90s Festivals. The track is a midtempo reggae fusion and pop song, which describes a couple leaving one another, having bad feelings afterwards.
"Boomerang" is a 1996 song recorded by German recording artist Blümchen. It is one of her most well-known songs and was released as the third single from her debut album, Herzfrequenz/Heartbeat. Produced by German producers/songwriters Arn Schlürmann and Stani Djukanovic, it was also co-written by Schlürmann with Alfred von Meysenbug and Lukas Hilbert. It peaked at number 7 in the Germany, number 9 in Switzerland, number 10 in Austria and number 16 in Norway. On the Eurochart Hot 100, the single reached number 33 in August 1996. It is sung in German, and the music video features Blümchen performing while she rolls around on roller skates. It was directed by Oliver Sommer. In 2010, "Boomerang" again charted in Germany, peaking at number 2 on the download charts, and number 7, for three weeks, on the single charts. On the Europe Top 200 chart, it reached number 89.