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Eurodance, Italodance?

Posted: Jun 16th, '14, 11:05
by KoolKool
Anyone like eurodance,italodance like me? especially 90s

example
this eurodance track name "Morgana - Colours Of My Dream "
my favourite :P

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uB7hrjgdWqg

Cappella - Move It Up

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gcEKx9unl2c

italodance is like brother,sister of eurobeat..both are sons of italo-disco :)..but i strongly dislike D'Agostino style,too commercial,cheesy..

Defect - Let Me Go
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_KYnCcxU4Ok
Future City - Only Love
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFZ368j6_v4

and more :D

Posted: Jun 29th, '14, 14:51
by KoolKool
this track is interesing :)
Lorenz D - Mistery
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n04CdtieYqg

Posted: Apr 27th, '15, 03:10
by Calla_Maranatha
I have enjoyed Italodance/Eurodance since when I was a wee kid (I was born in 1996, when it reached its zenith).
The styles that I am most familiar with are the Factory Team and that of Italian Style records.

Some of my faves are:
Wienna - In The Name of Love https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B7JPDEXprro
Libra - Another Night https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzgwqHCDoXk
Miko Mission - Mr. Blue https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPHgYnMplvI
Libra - Listen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VylzJufKtlI
Ann Lee - Voices https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2FyCOxUD1g

Posted: Jul 17th, '15, 01:04
by TrainEngie
Glasses Man - Ken Laszlo
What is love - Haddaway
Blue - Eiffel 65

Wait, Ken Laszlo does Eurobeat?

Posted: Nov 7th, '16, 11:27
by Kat
I prefer eurodance over italo.But yeah I love Sandra , Sabrina , Aqua , La Bouche , 2 Unlimited
That's how is it like

Posted: Nov 12th, '16, 16:18
by Crockett
Once for a while I back to Eurodance, Euro House.

Still more enjoyable in Europe than Eurobeat, the alternatives for too fast music imported to Japan in 90's.

I would say some comeback of energy and mood, deep bass line, which were lost in Eurobeat.

SAIFAM produced hundreds songs and pressed many small CD series and several albums I own.

When Radiorama and Ken Laszlo almost died in later 90's in Japan, these projects returned on a large scale in Italy as Euro House.

If you lived here, no matter how old you were, you know what I mean playing any radio station.

Posted: Nov 12th, '16, 16:41
by Bonkers
Crockett wrote:Once for a while I back to Eurodance, Euro House.

Still more enjoyable in Europe than Eurobeat, the alternatives for too fast music imported to Japan in 90's.
Are you saying that faster genres than eurodance went to Japan?

Posted: Nov 12th, '16, 16:59
by Crockett
Bonkers wrote:
Crockett wrote:Once for a while I back to Eurodance, Euro House.

Still more enjoyable in Europe than Eurobeat, the alternatives for too fast music imported to Japan in 90's.
Are you saying that faster genres than eurodance went to Japan?
For such constructed question I answer, that Euro House hasn't developed towards tempo.

You can look then for some reason why the dance music without evolution died in Europe next time like Italo Disco, but perhaps this is only question, which asks himself Eurobeat fan. :) Nobody really cares about the number of genres during years, but the strong constant pattern good for a few years.

Re: Eurodance, Italodance?

Posted: Aug 31st, '17, 18:29
by JeffreySoftbark
Eurodance is a more recent indulgence of mine I listen to a lot of Real McCoy, Maxx, E-Rotic, Magic Affair, Etc.

Re: Eurodance, Italodance?

Posted: Sep 3rd, '17, 18:02
by Kat
JeffreySoftbark wrote:
Aug 31st, '17, 18:29
Eurodance is a more recent indulgence of mine I listen to a lot of Real McCoy, Maxx, E-Rotic, Magic Affair, Etc.
Nice :D

youtu.be/RkEXGgdqMz8