"What Is Love" is a 1993 dance track by the singer Haddaway, popular with club DJs. Recorded in the early 1990s, it later experienced a revival as the song from the Saturday Night Live "Roxbury Guys" sketches, which were later made into the 1998 feature film A Night at the Roxbury. The song peaked at number two in the United Kingdom and Germany, but it reached number one in 13 other countries, all of them European or Asian. In the United States the song reached number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100, and number 12 in Australia. The song is currently the 62nd best-selling single of all time in Germany.
"Destination Calabria" is a DJ track by Italian producer Alex Gaudino, with vocals by Crystal Waters. It is the first single released from his debut album My Destination The track is a mashup, taking the instrumental from Rune's "Calabria" and the vocals from Alex Gaudino's and Crystal Waters' "Destination Unknown", both originally released in 2003. It was produced with the help of Maurizio Nari and Ronnie Milani, matching the saxophone hook/riff from "Calabria" to Crystal Waters's voice. "Destination Calabria" was released as a 12 inch single in December 4, 2006 by Italian label Rise Records, and as a CD single, on 19 March 2007, by British label Data Records.
"No Good (Start the Dance)" is a song by The Prodigy, released as their seventh single on 16 May 1994. It was the second single from the album Music for the Jilted Generation. The single peaked at number four in the UK and number seven in Norway. The original sample "You're no good for me, I don't need nobody" is by Kelly Charles and comes from the single "You're No Good For Me" (1987, London Records LONX153). Liam Howlett had doubts whether to use the sample because he thought it was too pop for his taste. It is possible the track was influenced by Hithouse's single "Jack to the Sound of the Underground" (1988), which itself was the first dance track to sample Kelly Charles.
Cabin Crew (also known as Aviators, RobKAY [Rob Kittler] and Grafton Primary - Ben Garden and others) are a Sydney duo of Ben Garden and Rob Kittler from Australia. They are best-known for their song, "Star To Fall" (also known as "Star2Fall"), which is a remix of the 1988 hit song "Waiting For A Star To Fall" by Boy Meets Girl, and was involved in a "sample battle" with Sunset Strippers. Cabin Crew originally remixed the track, but SonyBMG would not clear the sample for release. Instead, they enlisted Sunset Strippers to remix the track to try and block the Cabin Crew version. But when Boy Meets Girl's vocalist George Merrill heard the track, he re-recorded the vocals, allowing the Cabin Crew release to go ahead. In Australia, the single releases were almost simultaneous. Although Cabin Crew's version debuted higher, Sunset Strippers hung around the chart longer. The Sunset Strippers version also picked up more airplay. On February 28, 2008, Cabin Crew released their new song Can't Stop It on CD-Maxi (CDS/CDM), 12" Vinyl (EP), and digital formats under the Vicious Vinyl (Vicious Grooves) record label. The Mind Electric Mix is featured on the album Vicious Cuts Summer 2008.
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Following Force & Styles, Darren began adopting a more trance influenced sound and also started producing with Mark Breeze using the name of "Styles & Breeze". Many of these productions were released on the dance label 'Nukleuz', including the single "Let Me Fly" released as 'Infextious'. Styles & Breeze also started making hardcore based tracks which were released as 12" records for Hixxy's label 'Raver Baby'. Styles & Breeze have also released two top 20 singles "You're Shining" and "Heatbeatz" featuring Karen Danzig on the major dance label All Around The World.
"Call on Me" is a house music track based on a re-recorded sample of Steve Winwood's 1982 song "Valerie". When Prydz presented the track to Winwood, he was so impressed with what Prydz had done, he collaborated with him and re-recorded the vocals to fit the track better. The original version of "Call on Me" was initially mistaken as a release by Together (a collaboration between Thomas Bangalter and DJ Falcon), due to Falcon's use of the song in DJ sets and an advance pressing credited to Falcon and Bangalter. The song reached number 1 in the UK Singles Chart at a time when the chart was experiencing low sales, due to the CD single facing increasing popularity from the digital download which at the time was not an eligible format in the chart. Until January 2005, Eric Prydz held the record for selling the lowest number of singles for a number-one chart position in the UK in any particular week: "Call on Me" sold 23,519 copies when it returned to the top of the charts on October 17, 2004. This record was broken once again by himself only a week later on October 24, 2004, with the single selling 21,749 copies that week. Nevertheless, it was the fourth biggest selling single of 2004 in the UK, selling 335,000 copies that year - including a DVD single with the uncut video - and staying five weeks at number-one on the UK Singles Chart, the longest run of any single that year. The song entered the German singles chart at number one in early November 2004, and also repeated this feat in the Republic of Ireland. In Australia, "Call on Me" debuted and peaked at #2.
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