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Toolroom Knights is a compilation album by Italian house music DJ/producer Benny Benassi. The album charted on Billboard's Dance/Electronic Albums chart, peaking at #21 on 21 February 2009.
Martika's Kitchen is the second studio album by pop singer and former child actor Martika released in 1991 on Columbia Records. The album was reissued in deluxe 2CD edition in 2018 as Martika's Kitchen with 12 bonus tracks of rare mixes and single edits.
Marco "Benny" Benassi is an Italian DJ, record producer and remixer. He is widely seen as a pioneer of electro house, a genre brought into the mainstream by his 2002 summer club hit "Satisfaction".
"Beautiful" is a song by American electronica musician Moby. It was released as the fifth single from his seventh studio album Hotel exclusively in mainland Europe on September 12, 2005. Its music video revolves around a swinger party featuring patrons in animal costumes.
"J'ai pas vingt ans" is the sixth single by Alizée, released in June 2003. The single featured, in addition to the solo version of the song, an instrumental version as well as "I'm Fed Up!", which is the English version of "J'en ai marre!". The English version of "J'ai pas vingt ans" is "I'm Not Twenty". "J'ai pas vingt ans" was remixed by Benny Benassi.
"(It's Just) The Way That You Love Me" is a song recorded by American singer Paula Abdul for her debut album Forever Your Girl (1988). Written and produced solely by producer Oliver Leiber, the song was originally released in its remix form as the second single from the album on August 2, 1988 by Virgin to minor success in the States. Following the breakthrough success of her next three singles, the song was re-released on September 15, 1989 under its original version to commercial success, becoming Abdul's fourth consecutive top three entry on the Billboard Hot 100 and to date, tying with "Straight Up" as her longest charting performance on the chart. The song, however, did not replicate the same success in the UK where it managed to peak at number seventy-four on the UK Singles Chart, thus becoming her lowest charting single in the region to date.
"You Don't Know" is the first single from the 1997 album Sisters of Avalon by American singer Cyndi Lauper. Considered a comeback by the singer after the song's performance on the dance charts and in several countries, it is about the wishy-washiness of politicians. Lauper refers to the arrogance of the media in this song, as well as in other songs on the Sisters of Avalon album. It contains the word "bullshit" and was not edited out of the UK singles as is typical. While performing on several UK shows, such as Noel's House Party, she skipped the word. Remixes of the song were made by several producers such as Tony Moran and Junior Vasquez. That led the song to become a big dance hit in the United States and a mainstream hit in the UK.
Everything Changes is the second studio album by English boy band Take That. It reached number one in the UK Albums Chart, and was nominated for the 1994 Mercury Prize. It was also the third best-selling album of 1993 in the UK.
Re-Sfaction 2 is a remix album released by DJ/producer Benny Benassi in December 2005. It contains remixes that he has done over the past few years.
Cooking for Pump-Kin: Special Menu is a compilation album by Euro House DJ/producer Benny Benassi released in 2007. This is the second release on the Pump-Kin Music label.
Re-Sfaction is a remix album by DJ/producer Benny Benassi that was released in 2004. It showcases Benny Benassi's remixes of other artists work.
Diana Extended: The Remixes is a remix album released by American soul singer Diana Ross in 1994. The album includes six tracks that were reworked by some of the biggest names in the industry at the time, covering Ross' career as a solo artist and as a member of The Supremes, with Frankie Knuckles updating "Someday We'll Be Together" from 1969. The album also contains a remix of "Chain Reaction", originally released during Ross' time at RCA. The seventh track is "You're Gonna Love It", a track from the album The Force Behind the Power. The version on Diana Extended: The Remixes is a short remix available previously on a 12" single.
"Ghetto Musick" / "Prototype" is the fourth and final single to be released from hip-hop duo OutKast's fifth studio album, Speakerboxxx/The Love Below (2003). "Ghetto Musick" can be found on Disc 1 (Speakerboxxx) and "Prototype" can be found on Disc 2 (The Love Below).
This is a discography of the Italian DJ and producer Benny Benassi.
"Love on Top of Love" is a song by Grace Jones released in 1989 as the first single from Jones' ninth studio album Bulletproof Heart.
"Keep Givin' Me Your Love" is a 1994 song by the musician CeCe Peniston, originally from her studio album Thought 'Ya Knew. While in the US, it was issued as the fifth single release in 1995, in the UK the song was released as the second single.
"Beautiful People" is a song by American singer Chris Brown featuring Italian DJ Benny Benassi, released as the third single from Brown's fourth studio album F.A.M.E. on March 11, 2011. It was written by Brown, with Benny Benassi and Alle Benassi handling its production. Musically, "Beautiful People" is an uptempo song which draws from the genres of electro house, dancehall and Europop, and contains influences of R&B. The song's lyrics revolve around Brown encouraging "everyone on the dance floor to keep their heads up and discover the beauty inside."
"Happy Now" is a song by British pop group Take That from their sixth studio album, Progress. The song features Gary Barlow and Robbie Williams performing lead vocals. The song was released as the third single from the album, mainly to promote the group's Comic Relief sketch, "Fake That".
"Cinema" is a song by Italian DJ and electro house music producer Benny Benassi and British singer-songwriter Gary Go. The song was written by Gary Go with music produced by Benny and Alle Benassi. It was released on 8 March 2011 by Ultra Records and All Around the World, on Benny Benassi's fourth studio album Electroman. The song made its first appearance on the video game Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit in November 2010, months before the song was released as a single. The single EP featured several remixes by Skrillex, Laidback Luke, Alex Gaudino & Jason Rooney, and Congo Rock. The Skrillex remix went on to become a hit in its own right, staying in iTunes US Dance Top 10 for over six months after its release, and winning a 2012 Grammy Award for Best Remixed Recording. An instrumental version was featured in the debut trailer for the video game, Sonic Lost World. The song has, as of May 2019, been viewed/played over 400 million times on YouTube.
"In Love with Myself" is a house song performed by French DJ David Guetta, featuring vocals from singer JD Davis, released as the fourth and final single from Guetta's second studio album, Guetta Blaster on 18 March 2005. The single was only released in France, however, charted elsewhere due to strong downloads. No music video exists for the track.
"Dust in Gravity is a song by Canadian ambient pop band Delerium featuring vocals by Canadian/Jamaican singer Kreesha Turner. It's the first and only single of their remix album "Remixed: The Definitive Collection". The song premiered on Delerium's official SoundCloud channel on November 9, 2009. The iTunes single was released later in the month, but the track was not officially sent to radio until March 2, 2010, on the same day as the iTunes remix EP was released.
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