Music Video - Urban Cookie Collective - The Key The Secret [1993] - Chart Positions: GBR: 2 | DEU: 5 | AUT: 7 | CHE: 7 | NLD: 2 | BEL: 5 | ESP:13 | ITA:18 | IRL: 4 | SWE:23 | AUS: 4 | NZL:31 | Eurochart Hot 100:10 | ZWE:10 - "The Key the Secret" is a song originally released in 1993 by British band Urban Cookie Collective. It was released as the first single from their album, High on a Happy Vibe and features vocals by British singer Diane Charlemagne. It was the best-selling Dance song of 1993 and was also picked as the theme tune for a major TV show in Japan. Today, the song is widely regarded as one of the biggest dance anthems of the '90s and has been remixed several times.

Music Video - Stakka Bo - Here We Go [1993] - Chart Positions: GBR:13 | DEU:15 | AUT: 6 | CHE: 7 | NLD:23 | BEL:45 | IRL: 8 | SWE: 4 | NOR:10 | DNK:10 | Eurochart Hot 100: 17 | ISL: 5 - "Here We Go" is a 1993 song by Swedish artist and music director Stakka Bo. It was released as his first single from the album, Supermarket. The song features vocals by Swedish singers Nana Hedin and Katarina Wilczewski. The song was a big hit in Europe, charting in several countries. It reached the Top 10 in Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, Norway, Austria, Switzerland and Ireland. "Here We Go" entered the Eurochart Hot 100 on 26 June 1993 at number 76 and peaked at number 17 on 16 October. In the US, the song reached number 20 on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart.

Music Video - Aphex Twin - On [1993] - Chart Positions: GBR: 32 - 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 - M. C. Sar + the Real McCoy - Another Night [1993] - Chart Positions: GBR: 2 | USA: 3 | DEU:18 | AUT:30 | CHE:42 | FRA:20 | NLD:13 | BEL: 10 | IRL: 6 | SWE:22 | NOR: 6 | FIN: 3 | DNK:10 | CAN:55 | AUS: 1 | NZL:16 | Eurochart Hot 100:10 | ISL: 13 | ZWE: 1 - "Another Night" is a multi platinum-selling crossover hit by the German Eurodance and pop music project Real McCoy (also known as Real McCoy). The single is featured on their hit album, Another Night (1995), which was the U.S. release of the project's second album, Space Invaders. The song was written and produced in Germany by Juergen Wind (J. Wind) and Frank Hassas (Quickmix) in 1993 under the producer team name Freshline.

In 2008, "Another Night" was ranked at number 91 in Billboard Magazine's Top 100 Songs of the First 50 Years of the Hot 100. Ten years later, commemorating the 60th anniversary of the Hot 100, "Another Night" ranked at position 117.

Music Video - Jaydee - Plastic Dreams [1993] - Chart Positions: AUT:20 | CHE: 4 | FRA:25 | NLD:34 | BEL: 8 - "Plastic Dreams" is a song recorded by Dutch producer Jaydee. It was the artist's debut single and remains generally considered to be one of the classics of the house music genre (initially released on R&S Records). It was successful in European countries and also achieved success in the U.S, where it topped the Billboard charts in two different categories. American music critic Robert Christgau named it the best single of 1993 in his year-end list for the Pazz & Jop critics poll.

Music Video - Deep Forest - Deep Forest [1993] - Chart Positions: GBR:20 | DEU:99 | AUS:32 | NZL:20 - 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".

Music Video - West End Feat. Sybil - The Love I Lost [1993] - Chart Positions: GBR: 3 | USA:90 | DEU:68 | NLD:11 | IRL: 9 | FIN:14 | AUS:145 | Eurochart Hot 100: 9 - Sybil Lynch, known simply as Sybil, is an American R&B and pop singer–songwriter. Sybil gained notable success in her career with songs during the mid-1980s into the mid-1990s. In 1993 American R&B and pop singer–songwriter Sybil released a cover of "The Love I Lost" with West End. This cover reached number three in the United Kingdom, number nine in Ireland and number 18 on the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart.

Music Video - Utah Saints - Believe In Me [1993] - Chart Positions: GBR: 8 | DEU:100 | IRL: 9 | SWE:20 | FIN:15 | AUS:92 - Utah Saints are an English electronic music group. The band's members, Jez Willis and Tim Garbutt, were joined on-stage by additional musicians when they played live from 1991 to 2001. Since then they have performed as DJs. The band had three top ten and another five top 40 singles in the UK Singles Chart in the 1990s, as well as number one dance tracks in the UK and USA. They were notable for their pioneering use of sampling technology – in particular, their practice of manipulating samples from mainstream pop and rock songs and combining them with contrasting dance beats, using the samples in an entirely new context. The band wrote, produced and mixed all of their own music. They were one of the first electronic groups to play as a live collective and supported both The Shamen and U2 live at 10 stadium shows.

Music Video - Westbam - Celebration Generation [1993] - Chart Positions: GBR:48 | DEU:21 | CHE: 6 | NLD:28 | IRL:27 | SWE:27 | FIN: 9 - "Celebration Generation" is a song by German DJ WestBam. It was released in December 1993 as the lead single from the album, Bam Bam Bam. Maximilian Lenz (born 4 March 1965), known by his stage name WestBam, is a DJ and musician from Germany. He is the co-founder of the record label Low Spirit.

Music Video - Spooky - Schmoo [1993] - Chart Positions: GBR:72 - Spooky are a British electronic music production and DJ duo consisting of Duncan Forbes and Charlie May.

Music Video - Rising High Collective - Fever Called Love (Hardfloor Remix) [1993] - In the early to mid 1990s, Plavka worked with, and dated, Caspar Pound, producer, composer and owner of Rising High Records. They formed Rising High Collective with producer Peter Smith. They were known for some very well regarded trance, ambient and house tracks on the underground electronic music scene. Their first single, Fever Called Love, was a revolutionary track as it was the first techno dance production to have a vocal song. This underground hit garnered Rising High Collective live engagements across Europe and critical acclaim.

Music Video - Energy 52 - Cafe Del Mar [1993] - Energy 52 was a German trance music project comprising Paul Schmitz-Moormann and Harald Blüchel. The 1993 track "Café del Mar" became one of the most popular trance songs in the world; its dozens of remixes have appeared on hundreds of compilation albums. In April 2011, the song was voted number one by BBC Radio 1 listeners in Pete Tong's Top 20 Dance Tracks of the last 20 years.

Music Video - Mr. Fingers - Closer [1992] - Larry Heard (born May 31, 1960, Chicago, Illinois) is a DJ, record producer and musician, widely known as an important figure in 1980s Chicago house music. He has recorded solo under various names, most notably Mr. Fingers, and was leader of the influential group Fingers Inc., whose 1988 album Another Side was the first long-form house LP. He is regarded as a pioneer of deep house music, bridging the gap between the futurism and "posthuman tendencies" of house and the lush, soulful sound of disco.

Music Video - Lil Louis & the World ‎- Club Lonely [1992] - "Club Lonely" is a 1992 single by Lil Louis & the World, which was taken from their album "A Journey With The Lonely." The track was written, composed and produced by Lil Louis, featuring lead vocals by Joi Cardwell. The single is a radical departure from Lil Louis' other releases, as he used musicians to give it a Jazz-influenced House feel and to express the song's primary theme. The single was Lil Louis' second chart topper on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart, reaching number one on June 20, 1992.

Music Video - The Prodigy - Out Of Space [1992] - Chart Positions: GBR: 5 | DEU:15 | CHE:30 | NLD: 3 | BEL:32 | IRL: 6 | SWE:24 | AUS:167 - "Out of Space" is the fourth EP/single released by the English band the Prodigy on 9 November 1992. The song is also featured on the Prodigy's 1992 debut album Experience and is the fourth single from it. The song is arguably the most successful of the Prodigy's early period and was often played live by the band.

Music Video - N-Joi - Mindflux [1991] - Mindflux is the name of a rave song by the British dance outfit N-Joi, released in 1991. The single, despite being released in the United Kingdom, only charted in the United States on Billboards Hot Dance Club Play Chart, reaching number 1 in 1992. The video for the single, in which the duo are performing in a concert, featured singer/actress Saffron and a male both dancing on stage.

Music Video - Age Of Love - Age Of Love (Jam & Spoon Watch Out For Stella Mix) [1992] - "Age of Love" is the 1990 self-titled track by the Age of Love. It is notable as an early popular example of trance music. Released as a single in 1990 on the Belgian label Diki Records, it was produced by Bruno Sanchioni and Giuseppe Cherchia from Italy, with vocals by Karen Mulder.

In 1992, the React label released Jam and Spoon's "Watch Out for Stella" remix, which gained more popularity than the original track and opened up opportunities for remixes by artists such as Paul Van Dyk, and Garry Creen. In 1997, "The Age of Love (The Remixes)" release reached No. 1 on the UK Dance Singles Chart. To this day, the track continues to be remixed and featured on compilations. As of February 2007, the online resource Discogs has cataloged a total of 73 known releases, and 346 appearances on compilations. The track was featured in the hit film based on the UK club scene, Human Traffic. Sanchioni and Cherchia never released another single under the moniker "Age of Love"; Sanchioni would continue to produce as part of the trance music act B.B.E.

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.


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