Fun Factory - Next Generation flac mp3
Complete your Fun Factory collection. Next Generation (CD, Album). Marlboro Music, Avex Trax.
Other variations were Fun Factory FF, New Fun Factory or Fun Factory Next Generation. The first single Party with Fun Factory, which samples J. Geils Band's song "Centerfold", has been released under the FF logo in 1998. Before their first studio album Next Generation, published on Marlboro Records, which has been released in 1999, lead singer Hiebel had been replaced with Annett Möller, an entertainer from Germany, though it has been later revealed, that Hiebel.
Next Generation, 2006. Party With Fun Factory, 03:24. House of Love, 03:22. Sha-La-La-La-La, 03:16. Take Me To the Limit, 03:56. Get the Rhythm, 03:06. Next Generation, 03:00. Factory of Fun, 03:19. Baby Come Back, 04:05. Fun Factory's Millenium Theme, 04:09. Party With Fun Factory, 04:15.
Non-Stop - The Album 1996. Close To You (Remixes) 1994. Fun Factory's Theme (Remix) 1992. Groove Me (Single) 1993. Don't Go Away (CDS) 1996. Take Your Chance (Remix) 1994. I Love You (Single) 1996.
Their studio album Next Generation, has been released in 1999 and sold over 100,000 copies, along with the singles Party with Fun Factory, Sha-La-La-La-La and Wish. In 2002, New Fun Factory’s studio album ABC of Music came up with the moderate success and the group was soon dissolved. Fun Factory songs on YouTube. C/ S. Lluc 4a – 07609 Sa Torre - Mallorca - Spain. Terms & Conditions.
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