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The Soundlovers

Real name: Nathalie Aarts And German Le Guizamon

Effective period / Period of releases: 1996 - 2008

Italian euro house project. The Soundlovers are three well-known Italian producers: DJ Molella, Phil Jay, Roby Santini, and two singers : Nathalie Aarts and the breakdancer German Le Guizamon.

Their first single, Run-Away, was released in 1996 and entered the sales charts across Europe. They followed that initial success with People and Another Day, both of which did fairly well in the clubs. They've been touring and doing live concerts since the release of their first single. Their style is refined and their sounds are innovative and original while still maintaining a melodic base.

Their fifth European single, Surrender, was #1 on the Italian Dance Charts for 4 weeks and in the Top 10 on the Italian Sales Charts for over 2 months!

Walking was the first single to be released in the United States. Melodic, energetic, electronic trance pop with strong vocals, it's representative of the Italian dance sound.

2002 : People 2002 was expected to be the next single of the Soundlovers. Actually it's a track called Flow that was released. Then came Shake Your Ass, in co-operation with Efisio Sergi.

After 2 years of silence, the Soundlovers were back with a new (double) single at the end of August. The single contained the songs Can't Stop Dancing and I'm Not Scared (a cover of Eighth Wonder feat. Patsy Kensit). Can't Stop Dancing was already featured on the Italian compilation Dance Parade Estate 2006.

2007 : In December, Run-away 2008 was released. It contained new versions coming from Germany and one of their own producers Roby Santini "RSDJ". Alex Christensen (Alex C.) inspired slightly from Run Away on his single Du hast den schönsten Arsch der Welt.

2008 : The Soundlovers were back with a new single entitled My Body And My Soul. A cover of Delicious (13) (originally released in 1986) and Marvin Gardens, already covered in 1994 by Lori Glori.

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