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Fancy

There are four bands named Fancy. The most famous is Manfred Alois Segieth or Manfred Aulhausen. He started his career back in 1984 with his two successful singles Slice Me Nice and Chinese Eyes. In 1985 another hit song Bolero infected European countries uncontrollably (it was a top song in Spain for almost six months). For most of the next year (1986) Fancy was on the road, performing in European as well as US dance clubs. He really became famous with his 1987 album Flames Of Love. The title track captivated most of the Europe and also showed that Fancy knew what his audience wanted - quality, emotion filled, danceable songs. Two more albums followed in the same musical style and, not surprisingly, Fancy had number of hits with songs ...

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Koto (PL)

Koto is a name used by several artists, including:

1. An italo disco act founded in the 80s. Koto represents the sound of the early Italo Disco era from the 80's with his melodic synth driven dancetracks.

2. KOTO, a Japanese solo idol who performs with an electropop sound. Her debut single "KOTOlip" was produced by Sasaki Kissa of new wave / synth punk unit Recoride. She is also the lead singer of the band "kotofolic".

1: Originally, Koto was a duo of composer Anfrando Maiola and producer, late Stefano Cundari. Due to their record label being purchased by a bigger label (ZYX Music) the rights for the name "Koto" also went to ZYX, which had asked Dutch producer Michiel Van Der Kuy (Laserdance) to work on ...

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Ken Laszlo

Ken Laszlo (born as Gianni Laszlo Coraini, 1954) is an Italo Disco singer who became famous in the 1980s.
Even since he was a little boy, Ken had a special talent for music. He also learned to play the flute and graduated from the academy of music. When Ken was fifteen, he began his training as a musician by singing and playing in discos and clubs. Laszlo had his first big success in 1984. His songs "Hey, Hey Guy", "Tonight", "Don't Cry", etc. were not only the biggest hits in Europe but also in Asia and in Venezuela. Laszlo sold more than 1,000,000 copies of his records.

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Kebu (FI)

Kebu, or Sebastian Teir, is a synth wizard from Finland. His main influences are Jean-Michel Jarre, Vangelis and other synthesizer pioneers, which can be heard from the use of old analog synthesizers and drum machines in his music, giving it a warm and organic sound. His debut album, To Jupiter and Back, was released worldwide in May 2012.

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Linda Jo Rizzo

Linda Jo Rizzo is a singer, composer and producer, currently based in Germany. Originally from Italy, she was a photomodel and studied nourishing sciences in New York. She met there Bobby Orlando and participated in his group The Flirts. As a result of "The Flirts" large success in Germany, Linda went there and started her own music career there.

Linda was the owner of an Italian restaurant in Munich called Piazza Linda, which was sold in August 2008.
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