Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|'Little' Louie Vega and Kenny 'Dope' Gonzales form which production duo?||Dance Music Quiz
Masters At Work. True legends, with productions spanning over 15 years, and ranging from Latin to Afro-beat, from hip hop to house, from Brazilian beats to jazz funk.
|This New Jersey-based duo has remixed luminaries such as Angie Stone, Jody Watley and Mary J Blige, but is best known for their own deep NY garage productions, and their Manhattan nightclub Shelter. What's their 'high-tempered' band name?||Dance Music Quiz
Blaze. Responsible for classic dance tracks such as "My Beat" and "Do You Remember House?", Josh Milan and Kevin Hedge form the duo Blaze, which have almost become a quality certificate in the house music scene.
|Armand Van Helden collaborated with which 'intellectual' rapper on the track "Full Moon"?||Dance Music Quiz
Common. Sounding almost like a hip-house revival, "Full Moon" samples Sylvia Striplin's disco classic "Give Me Your Love", with Common laying smooth flows on top of a mid-paced house beat.
KLF. Probably the first and last time we'll ever hear country queen Tammy Wynette in a dance track.
|What is the title of the Twin Peaks-sampling hit that Moby released in 1995?||Dance Music Quiz
Go. Let's leave Moby for now.
|Moby started his musical career in a hardcore punk band. What were they called?||Dance Music Quiz
Vatican Commandos. Moby later revealed his punk rock past with his "Animal Rights" album.
f. Techno god Richie Hawtin, another bald dance guru, is based there.
|Ben Watt has remixed Sade and Maxwell, among others, but with which duo has he gained the most recognition?||Dance Music Quiz
Everything But The Girl. 'Everything But The Girl' (Ben Watt and Tracy Thorne) started out with a more organic, melancholic pop sound, before going electronic in the mid 90s.
|His real first name is Quentin, but he calls himself Norman. He's recorded under the names Beats International, Mighty Dub Katz and Pizzaman. Which alias is he most known by?||Dance Music Quiz
Fatboy Slim. One of the UK's most wealthiest musicians, he reportedly made more than £7.000.000 in 1999.
|They first rose to notoriety with their "What Evil Lurks" EP back in 1991, and had a huge club hit the same year with the anthemic "Charly". Hits over the years have been, among others, "No Good" and "Voodoo People". Who are they?||Dance Music Quiz
Prodigy. ...and we've all been waiting for another album since 1997's "Fat Of The Land".
Jaques LuCont. Jaques LuCont, better known under his Les Rhythmes Digitales alias, is not French like the others, he's British. Francois Kevorkian is French, although he has lived in the States since the mid-70s.
|This British trance producer/DJ recently released his first own artist album, and has written several music sound tracks, including a big-scale thriller featuring John Travolta. Who is he?||Dance Music Quiz
Paul Oakenfold. Oakenfold's status has largely diminished in the UK, but he remains one of the big names of dance music in the USA.
|The song "Clap Your Hands" samples which classic 70s disco constellation?||Dance Music Quiz
Chic. Few other artists from the disco era have been so frequently sampled as Nile Rodgers' and Bernard Edwards' project Chic.
Funkmaster Flex. The sequel to the "MTV Music Generator" had Funkmaster Flex as the spokesperson.
DJ Skribble. The "MTV Music Generator" had DJ Skribble as the spokesperson and appeared in a very funny commercial as well.
N Trance. N Trance was one of the first bands to combine electronic and rap music together.
Sadness Pt 1. Enigma has released many singles but the first was "Sadness", of which the CD version is slightly different then the single version.
Naughty By Nature. Naughty By Nature did the track "O.P.P.".
Digital Underground. Digital Underground told us all about the "Humpty Dance"...Humpty! Spelled with an umpty... EU showed us how to do "Da Butt".
Army Of Lovers. Army Of Lovers was the correct answer.
Kylie Minogue. Kylie teamed up and did "Can't Get You Outta My Head" while New Order played the background music from "Blue Monday", later remixed and released as a DJ only single, "Can't Get Blue Monday Outta My Head". It has become a dance-floor favorite. Orgy covered "Blue Monday" on their debut CD.
Kosheen. Though all are fairly unknown here, Kosheen is the one with the releases of "Hungry" and "Empty Skies".
New Order. Joy Division helped push the Gothic scene alongside bands like The Cure and Bauhaus, but came to a shocking end with the death of their singer. The remaining members went on to form New Order and helped shape the world of synth pop.
|Now for a Sigue Sigue Sputnik, question since they are partially responsible for the early to mid-eighties electro scene with the release of their debut CD. Which CD is their debut?||Techno, Electronic And Dance Music Variations
Flaunt it. They were one of the very first electro bands ever and also one of the most unusual. They also were featured on "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" and can now be heard on the "Grand Theft Auto: Vice City" video game, but were sadly left off of the soundtrack.
The Hacker. She did several CD's under Miss Kitten and The Hacker.
Zero. Even though all these bands listed are Christian bands, the only techno band listed is in fact Zero.
Dark Angel. "Dark Angel" is the only song listed by VNV Nation. When I DJ it is always played within the first half hour. "Till The End Of The World" is by Apoptygma Berzerk, "Mind Phaser" is by Frontline Assembly, and "Strap Me Down" is by Leatherstrip.
Sandstorm. Darude's title track to his semi-mainstream release "Sandstorm" has become so overplayed that many DJ's refuse to play it. I personally love the track.
Knite Force Again. The original Knite Force Records had releases from Brisk, Ham, Force and Styles, Vibes, Wishdokta, and Jimmy J.
"Do That Dance". The members of SL2 were DJ Slipmatt and Lime.
MC Junior. He also provided the vocals for "Paradise and Dreams".