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Music Video - Leila K. - Open Sesame [1992] - Chart Positions: GBR:23 | DEU: 5 | AUT: 5 | CHE: 4 | NLD: 2 | BEL: 1 | ESP: 6 | ITA: 3 | IRL:13 | SWE:21 | FIN: 9 | DNK: 7 | Eurochart Hot 100: 6 | PRT: 7 | ISR:12 - "Open Sesame" is a song by Swedish Eurodance artist Leila K. It was released 23 October 1992 as the lead single from her album, Carousel. The song was a huge success in many countries in 1993, reaching the top 10 in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and Switzerland.

Music Video - Zyon - No Fate [1992] - Stevie B-Zet is a German keyboard player and producer. Well-known productions are B-Zet “Everlasting Pictures (Right Through Infinity)” or Zyon “No Fate” released on the label Eye Q Records. Steffen “B-Zet” Britzke became known, especially in the collaboration with Sven Väth. They set up together the music project Astra Pilot.

Music Video - Aphex Twin - Xtal [1992] - Richard David James (born 18 August 1971), best known by the stage name Aphex Twin, is an English electronic musician. He is best known for his idiosyncratic work in styles such as techno, ambient, and intelligent dance music during the 1990s. In 2001, Guardian journalist Paul Lester called James "the most inventive and influential figure in contemporary electronic music".

Music Video - Shawn Christopher - Don't Lose The Magic [1992] - Chart Positions: GBR:30 | USA:71 - "Don't Lose the Magic" is a 1992 dance/house song recorded by American dance/house singer Shawn Christopher, which was co-written by Mike "Hitman" Wilson, Shawn's brother Gavin Christopher and Bill Dickens, and co-produced by Wilson with Neal Howard, Chris Cooke, George Hess and engineer Goh Hotoda. The single was the follow up to "Another Sleepless Night", as well as her second number-one single on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart, reaching the top spot on March 28, 1992, for two weeks. On the Billboard Hot 100 chart, it peaked at number 71, while in the United Kingdom, it reached number 30 on the UK Singles Chart, her highest chart position there.

Music Video - Orbital - Halcyon [1992] - UK:37 - "Halcyon" is a song written and performed by Orbital, dedicated to the Hartnolls' mother, who was addicted to the tranquiliser Halcion (Triazolam) for many years. It was released as Radiccio EP in the UK and Japan, and as Halcyon EP in the US. The song features two samples from earlier international hit singles. The first sample is a backmasked vocal sample by Kirsty Hawkshaw from "It's a Fine Day" by Opus III (1992). Ed Barton, the composer of "It's a Fine Day", receives a co-writing credit for the track. The second is a vocal harmonies sample in the song "Leave It" from the 1983 album 90125 by the progressive rock band Yes. There is no co-writing credit for the Yes sample. The beats were produced by a Roland TR-909 rhythm machine.

Music Video - The Shamen - Phorever People [1992] - Chart Positions: GBR: 5 | DEU:31 | AUT:17 | FRA:12 | NLD:47 | IRL: 7 | SWE:14 | FIN:14 | DNK:10 | AUS:63 - "Phorever People" is a 1992 song recorded by The Shamen. The song was released in late 1992 as a single from the album Boss Drum. It topped the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart and was another single hit for the group in the UK, going to number five on the singles chart.

Music Video - WestBam - Mayday Anthem [1992] - Chart Positions: NLD:31 | BEL:19 - WestBam (* 4. March 1965 in Münster, Westphalia; Maximilian Lenz) is a German DJ, musician, label owner, former organizer of Mayday and author. The pseudonym WestBam is the short form of Westfalia Bambaataa and refers to its model Africa Bambaataa.

Music Video - Dance 2 Trance - Power Of American Natives [1992] - Chart Positions: GBR:25 | DEU: 9 | AUT: 7 | CHE:11 | FRA:50 | NLD: 3 | BEL:10 | IRL:16 | SWE:15 | NOR: 5 | FIN: 3 - Dance 2 Trance were a German techno duo composed of Rolf Ellmer and DJ Dag Lerner. DJ Dag and Jam El Mar met in 1990, when they decided to work together. Their first release was in the same year, a promo named "Dance 2 Trance" on the Suck Me Plasma label, the release contained two tracks ("Dance 2 Trance" and "We Came In Peace"). They got their commercial break in 1992 with the release of "Power Of American Natives" with vocals from Linda Rocco. The song sold 250,000 records and was awarded a gold disc. A video was made for the song, and reached the mainstream networks such as MTV.

Music Video - Degeneration - Una Musica Senza Ritmo [1992] - Trance Classics! - Members: Angelo Lercara, Arno Kammermeier, Frank Kessler, Peter Hayo, Walter Merziger.

Music Video - The Prodigy - Fire [1992] - Chart Positions: GBR:11 | IRL:15 | AUS:138 - "Fire" uses the sample "I am the god of Hell fire, and I bring you (fire)" from The Crazy World of Arthur Brown's 1968 single of the same name. The "fire" vocal sample following "...I bring you" is taken from Daddy Freddy's "Live Jam". It samples the vocal "When I was a youth I used to burn collie weed in a Rizla" from the track "Hard Times" by Pablo Gad.

Liam Howlett commented at the time that in contrast to most rave music being associated with the drug ecstasy, "Fire" was more inspired by marijuana, which was equally prevalent among ravers: "It's a smokin' song instead of an ecstasy-feel rave song. It's got a reggae feel to it, because I want to link it up to the whole smoking vibe, 'cos at the end of the day everyone who goes out raving puffs."

Music Video - 3 Phase Feat. Dr. Motte - Der Klang Der Familie [1992] - 3phase became famous mainly for the single Der Klang der Familie, which he produced together with Loveparade co-founder Dr. Motte. The song was considered the unofficial anthem of the Loveparade and was played several times at the end of the event. The corresponding official music video was created from cuts of the event, mixed with computer animations. The piece was produced at the end of 1991 and released on Tresor Records DE, Nova Mute UK and Transmat USA.

Music Video - Snap - Rhythm Is A Dancer [1992] - Chart Positions: GBR: 1 | USA: 5 | DEU: 1 | AUT: 1 | CHE: 1 | FRA: 1 | NLD: 1 | BEL: 1 | ESP: 1 | ITA: 1 | IRL: 1 | SWE: 2 | NOR: 4 | FIN: 7 | DNK:11 | CAN:19 | AUS: 3 | NZL:11 | Eurochart Hot 100: 1 | GRC: 3 | PRT:10 | ISR: 1 | ZWE: 1 - "Rhythm Is a Dancer" is a song by German eurodance group Snap!. It was released in March 1992 as the second single from their second studio album The Madman's Return (1992). Written by Benito Benites, John "Virgo" Garrett III (aliases for German producers Michael Münzing and Luca Anzilotti) and Thea Austin, the song was released as the second single from The Madman's Return album on 30 March 1992.

The song was an international success, topping the charts in France, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Germany and the United Kingdom. It also reached the top-five on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the Dance Club Songs chart. It spent six weeks at the top of the UK Singles Chart, becoming the second biggest-selling single of 1992, surpassed only by Whitney Houston's version of "I Will Always Love You".

Music Video - Felix - Don’t You Want Me [1992] - Chart Positions: GBR: 6 | DEU: 2 | AUT: 3 | CHE: 1 | FRA: 4 | NLD: 3 | BEL: 3 | ESP: 1 | ITA: 1 | IRL: 7 | SWE: 4 | NOR: 5 | FIN: 1 | DNK:10 | AUS:17 | Eurochart Hot 100: 2 | PRT: 2 - "Don't You Want Me" is a dance / electronic song recorded by British DJ and producer Francis Wright, known under the pseudonym of Felix. It was released as his debut single from his album #1 in late 1992. Musically, it samples Jomanda's "Don't You Want My Love" and credited as Felix featuring Jomanda (remixed by Rollo and Red Jerry). It topped the chart in Finland, Italy, Spain and Switzerland. It also went to number one on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart and on the European Hot 100 Singles chart. It reached number 6 in the UK Singles Chart in 1992.

Music Video - U.S.U.R.A. - Open Your Mind [1992] - Chart Positions: GBR: 7 | DEU: 8 | AUT: 3 | CHE: 3 | NLD: 5 | BEL: 4 | ITA: 2 | IRL: 6 | SWE:19 | FIN: 6 | AUS:29 - U.S.U.R.A. was an Italian electronic dance music group active from 1991-1998, best known for their crossover hit "Open Your Mind".

Music Video - Robert Owens - I'll Be Your Friend [1991] - Robert Owens (born August 16, 1961) is an American songwriter, record producer, DJ and singer, best known for his work with the Chicago house group Fingers Inc. in the mid-1980s. As a solo artist, he has placed several songs on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart, two of which hit number-one: "I'll Be Your Friend" (1992), and "Mine to Give" (2000, a collaboration with Photek).

Music Video - N-Joi - Anthem [1991] - Chart Positions: GBR: 8 | IRL:15 - "Anthem", is a song by the British electronic music group N-Joi. The piano-driven track, which also served as part of their debut EP, has gone on to become one of the most famous signature songs in the act's career, as well as seeing it chart numerous times since its 1990 release.

Music Video - Paul van Dyk & Cosmic Baby pres.The Visions Of Shiva ‎- Perfect Day [1992] - In 1992 after Van Dyk's mixing style drew the attention of Cosmic Baby, the two collaborated as The Visions of Shiva, on "Perfect Day" on the renowned Berlin independent label MFS Records (Masterminded For Success), run by English ex-patriat producer Mark Reeder and manager Torsten Jurk.

Music Video - Opus III - It’s a Fine Day [1992] - Chart Positions: GBR: 5 | DEU:18 | AUT:14 | CHE:24 | FRA:14 | NLD:51 | BEL:24 | ESP: 2 | ITA: 9 | IRL: 6 | SWE:22 | FIN:10 | AUS:54 | Eurochart Hot 100:16 | GRC: 1 - Opus III was an English electronic music group who had success on the UK Singles Chart and on the U.S. Dance charts. The group consisted of vocalist Kirsty Hawkshaw and producers / musicians Kevin Dodds, Ian Munro and Nigel Walton. Their biggest hit was It's a Fine Day, which reached number five in the United Kingdom in February 1992.

Music Video - The Shamen - Ebeneezer Goode [1992] - Chart Positions: GBR: 1 | DEU:23 | AUT:11 | CHE:17 | FRA:43 | NLD:26 | BEL:23 | IRL: 1 | SWE:11 | NOR: 2 | FIN: 8 | DNK: 9 | AUS:14 | NZL:23 - "Ebeneezer Goode" is a song by British electronic music group The Shamen, which, after being heavily remixed by The Beatmasters, became their biggest hit when released as a single in August 1992. The group's original version featured on the vinyl edition of their album Boss Drum. "Ebeneezer Goode" was one of the most controversial UK number-one hits of the 1990s, due to its perceived oblique endorsement of recreational drug use. The song was initially banned by the BBC. It has been claimed that the single was eventually withdrawn after the band were hounded by the British tabloid press, though according to The Shamen themselves, it was deleted while at Number 1 due to its long chart run 'messing up our release schedule'.

Music Video - Cappella - U Got 2 Know [1992] - Chart Positions: GBR: 6 | USA: 0 | DEU:21 | CHE:29 | NLD:26 | BEL:30 | IRL: 7 - Cappella is an Italian techno music group formed in 1987 by producer Gianfranco Bortolotti. The act went through a number of line-up changes over the years but was most successful in the early 1990s when it was fronted by British performers Kelly Overett and Rodney Bishop.

Music Video - Jam & Spoon - Stella 1999-1992 - Chart Positions: DEU:55 - Jam & Spoon were a German electronic music duo formed in 1991 in Frankfurt. The group consisted of composers and producers Rolf Ellmer (aka Jam El Mar – classically trained composer) and Markus Löffel (a DJ, stage name: Mark Spoon). They also worked under the pseudonyms Tokyo Ghetto Pussy, Storm and Big Room.

Music Video - Utah Saints - Something Good [1992] - Chart Positions: GBR: 4 | USA:98 | IRL: 4 | FIN:10 | AUS:10 | NZL:42 - "Something Good" is a song released by Utah Saints in 1992. It was first included as the lead song on a seven-track EP titled Something Good, then later included on the Utah Saints album. "Something Good" contains a vocal sample from Kate Bush's "Cloudbusting" (originally appearing on her 1985 album Hounds of Love and was issued as a single in October 1985 and peaked at number 20 in the UK). Issued as a single, the track hit number four in the UK Singles Chart as well as number seven on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play chart.

Music Video - Deep Forest - Sweet Lullaby [1992] - Chart Positions: GBR:10 | USA:78 | DEU:31 | CHE:15 | FRA:17 | NOR: 3 | | AUS: 7 | NZL:21 - Deep Forest is a musical group originally consisting of two French musicians, Michel Sanchez and Éric Mouquet. They compose a style of world music, sometimes called ethnic electronica, mixing ethnic with electronic sounds and dance beats or chillout beats. Their sound has been described as an "ethno-introspective ambient world music". They were nominated for a Grammy Award in 1994 for Best World Music Album, and in 1995 they won the Award for the album Boheme. The group also became World Music Awards Winner – French group with the highest 1995 world sales. Their albums have sold over 10 million copies. Sanchez started his own career as a singer on 2005, while Mouquet continued working under the band's original name.

Music Video - KLF - America: What Time Is Love [1992] - Chart Positions: GBR: 4 | USA:57 | DEU: 6 | AUT: 3 | CHE: 3 | FRA:29 | NLD: 4 | BEL: 6 | IRL: 4 | SWE: 6 | NOR: 2 | FIN: 2 | DNK: 1 | AUS:40 | NZL:23 - The single release "America: What Time Is Love?" constituted a major reworking of the anthem and was The KLF's final UK commercial musical offering. It was released in February 1992 in the UK, four months after it was first made available in the US. The KLF's notorious BRIT Awards performance, with death metal band Extreme Noise Terror staged in the week prior to "America"'s UK release, concluded with the announcement of their departure from the music industry.[citation needed] This was later confirmed by a full-page press announcement that used images from the set of the "America: What Time Is Love?" music video.[citation needed]

"America" has a markedly different tone to previous incarnations of the song: harder, heavier and more guitar-laden (featuring the riff from Motörhead's Ace of Spades). It opens with a protracted narration by The KLF's regular narrator Scott Piering, about The JAMs' odyssey of 992 to discover America. In common with previous single "It's Grim Up North", it features a climactic orchestral section and a spoken list of towns and cities. However, in common with the "Stadium House" tracks, the mood of the song is one of jubilation. Between verses, a male chorus chants the word "America" to the tune of the song "Aquarius" from Hair. Isaac Bello again provided rap, and Glenn Hughes (formerly of Deep Purple) provided vocals – a contribution which Hughes claimed "saved his life" from drug abuse.

Music Video - Incognito - Don’t You Worry ’Bout a Thing [1992] - Chart Positions: GBR:19 | DEU:46 | NLD: 6 | BEL:30 | SWE:40 - Incognito is a British acid jazz band. Their debut album, Jazz Funk, was released in 1981. Jean-Paul 'Bluey' Maunick is the band's leader, singer, guitarist, composer, and record producer. The band has included Linda Muriel, Jocelyn Brown, Maysa Leak, Tony Momrelle, Imaani, Vanessa Haynes, Mo Brandis, Natalie Williams, Carleen Anderson, Pamela (PY) Anderson, Kelli Sae, and Joy Malcolm.

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