Polyphonic – 2 Fabiola Ft Katie Michaelson – Straight 2 The Top Ringtones

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2 Fabiola Biography
In 1988 Patrick Claesen, aka Pat Krimson was hired as promotion boy at Antler-Subway Records in Aarschot, Belgium. At that time nobody could have dreamed that this man from Limburg would become one of the driving forces behind this company. On the one hand he set up a succesful record label Dance Opera, which soon became one of the most popular labels thanks to hits like Time Modulator, Flashing and Fly Tox. On the other hand he founded the popular Flemmish band ‘Leopold 3’ (they performed only in Dutch, this band doesn’t exist any more), with whom he reaches the zenith of fame in Belgium.

Patrick wanted to get his share of the dance hype and therefore began to produce dance products on his own label. One of these products was The Milky Way, the first production under the name of 2 FABIOLA (another tribute to the Belgian royal family). It was not untill 6 years later that another record of 2 Fabiola (apart from Kunta Kinte, featuring Blackanova) was released, Play This Song. This extremely catching dance track soon turns out to be a mega formula for their success on the Spanish and Italian music market. The results were 4 weeks number one and for about 6 months a ranking in the official Spanish top 10. This Mega formula didn’t pass unnoticed in the Italian charts either: n° 15 in the official Italian charts. Meanwhile, 2 Fabiola came to be a real band, gradually conquering the European continent with its extravagant looks and strong live-act.

The group involves Zohra (singer, bellydancer), who performs a nunchako dance on stage, integrated in a beautiful choreography elaborated by herself and the sexy go-go dancer Fabio (who stayed with the group until the single Magic Flight). She helped by Carine B who does the background vocals. Apart from this duo, Pat Krimson is on stage too as keyboard man. This trio puts on a stunning 40 minutes show, making the audience wildly crazy. Andrès Romero, a well-known Belgian producer/composer/remixer from Spanish origin (who also did some remixes for Twenty 4 Seven ), also took part to the creation of many hits.

2 Fabiola wants to be extravagant in different ways : the way they dress, they way they talk, the way they act. They don’t want to shock anyone, they just want to be different. And different they are ! That’s one of the main reasons why they are so famous.

The successor record Lift U Up became a huge success once again in Spain and Italy, and this time the Belgian charts didn’t let this second success formula go by unnoticed: 5 weeks number 1, both in the Ultratop 30 and the VTW Super 50. And on the top of that, Lift U Up won an award for best Belgian production. The Golden record resulting from these magnificent sales figures, was presented on Friday, June 21, 1996 at club RIO in St.-Katelijne Waver in Belgium. The band was absolutely thrilled with this recognition and said it hadn’t expected this kind of success.

In October 1996 the band launched its big Christmas offensive : a X-mas single (the ballad Universal Love), for the Belgian market only, and a debut double album were released. The Tyfoon album, including the hits I’m On Fire, Lift U up, Play This Song and many more, now already accounts for over 25,000 sold copies in Belgium, which means a Golden record again. And while the album was selling like hot cakes, Freak Out, the new single, was being bought on a massive scale too. This up-tempo track with a squelching beat, ecstatic pizzicato tune and summery raga elements is well on its way to become the smashing hit of the spring.

Before Flashback was released, the group decided to make a pause, during which Zorah released her first solo single I Hate 2 Love U. Fabio left the group to concentrate on giving dance lessons. Pat produced some songs like Taboo Bells, My Playground, and Paranoid In Moscow.

Flashback was a highly futuristic number, somewhere between an authentic underground club record and a hypercommercial radio hit. With a combination of genuine trance sounds, along with melancholic melodies and the goading voice of Zohra, Pat, together with her producer Oliver Adams, was again on the trail of the ultimate number one hit. The theme ? Manga, a Japanese cultural phenomenon now also becoming popular among the young of Europe. The choreography and dress, the brand-new Manga look the group has taken on, is yet another of Zohra’s achievements.

Afterward they released their single Sisters & Brothers, which was not a big success because they changed their musicstyle to disco, followed by the single Feel The Vibe and the second album Androgyne. Their latest single called Summer In Space and it is featuring Medusa (who is actually Evy Goffin, currently the leadsinger of the Lasgo project).

In 1999 Pat Krimson started a new project with Nunca, renamed Nunca Brothers in 2001. This same year, the song Es Cubells was released under Pat Krimsons name.

In September 2000 Pat Krimson moved to Ibiza with his girlfriend Ann Vervoort (ex-singer of Milk Inc.), which marked the end of 2 Fabiola and Nunca. Pat started a dance record label called Benimusa Records named after the village they were living in.

Zohra is now (October 2001) going solo as Punk City (together with producer Kris Vanderheyden behind the scenes) and her first single is The Mission.

2007 : After 7 years of silence, 2 Fabiola are back. Their new single Straigth 2 The Top was released on September 3rd. It did not feature Zohra who is busy with her model, DJ, TV-series actress and TV-presentor carreer, but Katie Michaelson. The single was written by K. Michaelson, S. Lovchyld, Underscore, Pat Krimson and K. Herme, produced by Pat Krimson and Kristof Herme.

2008 : in April, 2 Fabiola were among the artists who took part to the I Love The 90s concert in Hasselt. Pat was on stage with 2 new singers Viola Furleo (who previously contributed to Basheeba and Indiana) and Loredana Desamicis. They sung some of their former hits, but also We Love the 90s, a new song composed for the party, which was released on April 1st along with a videoclip.

The new single Blow Me Away was released on June 23rd with a new video.

Remixes done by 2 Fabiola

2 Brothers On The 4th Floor – Mirror Of Love (1996), There’s A Key (1996)
Paradisio – Bailando (1997)
Pat Krimson – Tapas Chichi (1996)

Source : http://eurokdj.free.fr/search/eurodb.php?name=2%20Fabiola

Katie Michaelson

Based in Melbourne, this young, funky chick is sure to turn heads. Combining the talents of her amazing vocals and guitar abilities, Katie is sure to entertain all crowds from cruisy to crashing. She plays all your favs from the 60’s to today’s hits.
With her debut EP “Swim (like a maniac)” clocking up fans around the globe, Katie is now ready to take on the world with her forthcoming album “LIVE FOR LOVE” this year. She is an accomplished songwriter having written songs for disco diva Gloria Gaynor (USA), Maynard Triplets (USA from American Idol) Laura Gissara (from Australian Idol) and Ultrasun (UK). All being released in 2007!
Katie has won the “Best New Launched Artist” for 2 years in a row at the STAR RADIO Music Awards and is supported by Cole Clark guitars (Jack Johnson, Pete Murray). She is also the official face of cosmetics and skincare giant INNOXA’s “Young Solution” range.
Watch out for this girl!!!

Source : http://www.aes-online.com.au/bios/Katie_Michaelson_bio_songlist.pdf

December 16, 2008 at 8:55 AM Leave a comment

Polyphonic – 113 – Un Jour De Paix Ringtones

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Lyric for 113 – Un Jour De Paix

Si la paix pouvait embrasser ce monde juste un jour,
Une trêve, une pause pour que l’on sache après quoi on court.
Sait-on encore c’que signifie l’amour ?
J’ai bien peur que non, Dieu nous le montre tous les jours…
La planète tourne à l’envers, ça m’fait peur,
Voyez vous les flammes de l’enfer frères et sœurs.
Ne lui vendez pas vos âmes.

J’aimerai dire qu’les clés du bonheur s’trouvent pas dans les billets d’banque.
Voir tous ces gens libérés d’la peur qui les hante
Qui aiment la vie mais celle-ci leur a fait un baiser mortel
Quelques rimes que tu peux comparer aux larmes du soleil
Un jour de paix, tant qu’y’aura des hommes et des femmes qui s’aiment
Mon cœur c’est pas une télécommande
Nous on veut tous une femme présente, même dans la tourmente
Chacun regagne son domicile, comme les tranchées
Ta couleur de peau peut faire de toi un étranger
Tu trouves ça normal ? Moi j’me sens chez moi n’importe où.
Citoyen du monde avec peu d’moyens mais libre au moins,
Au fond d’moi j’ai du mal à comprendre,
Quand j’vois ces mômes mal vêtus, mal nourris, victimes de maltraitances,
Vitry, mon cadre de vie rongé par l’trafic d’l’amour au compte goutte
Comme les aides humanitaires pour l’Afrique
Au cœur d’l’incendie, suffit pas d’s’lever du bon pied,
Traverse les flammes courageux et brave comme un pompier.

Si la paix pouvait embrasser ce monde juste un jour,
Une trêve, une pause pour que l’on sache après quoi on court.
Sait-on encore c’que signifie l’amour ?
J’ai bien peur que non, Dieux nous le montrent tous les jours…
La planète tourne à l’envers, ça m’fait peur,
Voyez vous les flammes de l’enfer frères et sœurs.
Ne lui vendez pas vos âmes.

RIM-K:
Comment rester insensible ?
La violence déborde, changer l’attitude de l’être humain est-ce possible ?
Comment rester insensible ?
Une vie minable dans un quartier minable mais pour la peine tant qu’c’est possible.
Blacko:
En tant que rasta man, je mène mon combat
Je l’appelle l’amour mais pour le diable j’ai des coups de ton-ba.
J’lâcherai pas l’affaire, non je ne baisserai pas les bras
J’y croirai dur comme fer même quand mon cœur s’arrêtera.
Un jour de paix pour nos fils,
Un jour de paix pour nos filles,
Un jour sans que tout parte en vrille,
Un jour sans pleurs, sans haine, sans peur, sans peines
Un jour où tombe Babylone system.

J’suis un être humain comme tout l’monde
J’m’arrête aux choses sensibles,
Tu sais que même avec le temps les plus rebelles s’assagissent
J’veux voir d’la joie au lieu d’la haine dans les yeux des gens
J’ai d’la peine quand j’regarde les infos, et vois c’qui s’passe sur notre continent
J’vis là où les jours s’confondent avec la nuit,
Là où aussi on laisse peu d’chances aux plus démunis,
Aux orphelins qui retrouvent l’amour dans un foyer secondaire,
Dès leur enfance, bercés par la colère d’un père
Toutes nos valeurs sont écoulées dans les unes.
Une violence urbaine au milieu des nôtres.
Rêve d’une terre sans discriminations, sans conflits,
Tend la main à ceux dans la solitude
Comme ce p’tit paralysé sur un lit, qu’on voit qu’le bonheur ce second souffle
Y’a des gens qui souffrent, et qui font pas semblant.
Pour tous les pays en guerre, j’agite le drapeau blanc.
Baissez les armes, séchez vos larmes pour un jour de paix c’est maintenant.

Si la paix pouvait embrasser ce monde juste un jour,
Une trêve, une pause pour que l’on sache après quoi on court.
Sait-on encore c’que signifie l’amour ?
J’ai bien peur que non, Dieux nous le montrent tous les jours…
La planète tourne à l’envers, ça m’fait peur,
Voyez vous les flammes de l’enfer frères et sœurs.
Ne lui vendez pas vos âmes.

Comment rester insensible ?
La violence déborde, changer l’attitude de l’être humain est-ce possible ?
Comment rester insensible ?
Une vie minable dans un quartier minable mais pour la peine tant qu’c’est possible.

Ohohoh yeah …
113, Blacko
9-4, 9-5
Gotcha music
Yeah …
Comment veux-tu qu’la terre tourne à l’endroit si nos cerveaux marchent à l’envers man ?
Reaction, reaction !

113
The brainchild of three friends from Vitry-sur Seine, a southern suburb of Paris, came to fruition in 1996 when French hip-hop group 113 hit the scene. Under the wing of hip-hop collective Mafia K’1 Fry, Yohann Duport (A.P.), Karim Brahmi (Rim’ K), and Mokobe (Mokobe Traore) cast their creative nets far from the banks of commercial hip-hop, using the rap art form to pay homage to their African and Maghreban heritage and incisive lyrics to give voice to their Euro-immigrant experience. 113 earned their first scrap of notoriety with the 1998 single “Truc de Fou” (Tricks of the Insane) from their debut release, Ni Barreaux, Ni Barrieres, Ni Frontieres (Neither Bars, Nor Barriers, Nor Frontiers). Their work was soon included on commercial compilations like Planet Rap II, Freestyle Operation, and Premiere Classe, introducing 113 to hip-hop lovers beyond their own underground circle. The trio’s first full-length record, Les Prince de la Ville (The Princes of the City), featuring the single “Tonton du Bled,” hit shelves in 2000. In addition to strong sales, the album won 113 the accolade of “Revelation of the Year.” Subsequent releases 113 Fout la Merde (2002) and Dans l’Urgence (2003) earned the respect of fans and critics alike, paving the way for 113’s breakthrough record. 113 Degres (2005) earned a slot in Billboard’s European Top 100, becoming one of the year’s top sellers. With their newfound clout, the group released its 2006 record, Illegal Radio, on the independently controlled Frenesik label.

December 16, 2008 at 8:33 AM Leave a comment

Polyphonic – 113 – Partir Loin Ringtones

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Lyric for 113 – Partir Loin

(Bledard ) Oué gros
(113) Elle est où Josephine ?
(Bledard) Allez laissez moi de toi
(113) Ah bon c’est comme ça
(Bledard) Met ayinich
(113) 113 taliani
(Bledard) C’est bon

Refrain :
Reda
Y’al babor y’a mon amour
khelejni mel la misere
(113) (Partir loin)
Fi bledi rani mahgoure
Aïte aïte ou j’en ai marre
(113) (C’est bon !)
Manratish l’occasion
(113) (lela !)
fi beli sa fait longtemps
hedi nenssetni qui je suis
(113) (113)
nekhdem alia jour et nuit
Y’al babor, y’a mon amour
Khelejni mel la misère
Evasion spécial mel l’Algerie l’occidentale

113
Moi chui d’Kabilyfornie, on fumait 350 benji sur les bords dla corniche
Hebchini merlich, rien à perdre, Rim’k l’malade mental
Plus connu qu’le Haj mamba
J’voudrais passer l’henné à ma bien-aimé avant qu’j’taille
Comme Cheb Hasni chui sentimentale, Partir loin
Rien à perdre, vie à boston ou la cheba, laissez moi de toi
Comme Robinson su une île, mon mouton j’l’appelerais mecredi
Dès qu’l’avion atteri j’applaudi
Comme les chibenis, j’vous rends la carte d’residence
Un moment d’evasion, y’a ahmare lève toi et danse !

Refrain

113
J’reste bledard, débrouillard
J’t’annonce emmène moi loin d’la misère mon plus fidèle compagnon
En route pour l’Eldorado, même en classe eco dirou sac à dos
Partir loin, sans les cousins, les blacks arrachent c’est dur
J’me considère chanceux d’être en vie pourvu qu’ça dure
J’ai grandi qu’avec des voleurs
J’aurais toujours les youyous qui résonnent dans ma tête
A la quête du bonheur !

Reda
Y’a bledi nti fik el khir
Yi di ghi li endou el zahar
Ye hecheri endou l’ktef
Ou te zidi loul belel bahar

Refrain

Reda
Y’al babor y’a mon amour
khelejni mel la misere
(113) (Partir loin)
Fi bledi rani mahgoure
Aïte aïte ou j’en ai marre
(113) (C’est bon !)
Manratish l’occasion
(113) (lela !)
fi beli sa fait longtemps
hedi nenssetni qui je suis
(113) (113)
nekhdem alia jour et nuit
Y’al babor, y’a mon amour
Khelejni mel la misère
Evasion spécial mel l’Algerie l’occidentale

113
Y’al babor y’a mon amour
khelejni mel la misere
Fi bledi rani mahgoure
Aïte aïte ou j’en ai marre

Reda
Matratish l’occasion
Alouah alouah c’est le moment
hedi nenssetni qui je suis
nekhdem alia jour et nuit
Y’al babor, y’a mon amour
Khelejni mel la misère

113
Fi bledi rani mahgoure
Aïte aïte ou j’en ai marre

Reda
N’sacrifie woun dire
Enta lohek tena wouli shar
Eheyeyaaaaaa

(113) Algerie, Maroc, Tunisie
(Reda) Ehyoudiehyouyoudi
(113) Viens jt’emmène, viens viens, laissez moi de toi
(Reda) Romen jamais i ghmel
(113) Oué viva JSK
( Maghreb United )
Algerie, Maroc, Tunisie ! Reunifié
Partir loin pour fuir les problèmes qu’on à dans la tete, Mec !
( Maghreb United )
Farid williams au clavier, Rachid le toulousain aux percus
( Maghreb United )

113
The brainchild of three friends from Vitry-sur Seine, a southern suburb of Paris, came to fruition in 1996 when French hip-hop group 113 hit the scene. Under the wing of hip-hop collective Mafia K’1 Fry, Yohann Duport (A.P.), Karim Brahmi (Rim’ K), and Mokobe (Mokobe Traore) cast their creative nets far from the banks of commercial hip-hop, using the rap art form to pay homage to their African and Maghreban heritage and incisive lyrics to give voice to their Euro-immigrant experience. 113 earned their first scrap of notoriety with the 1998 single “Truc de Fou” (Tricks of the Insane) from their debut release, Ni Barreaux, Ni Barrieres, Ni Frontieres (Neither Bars, Nor Barriers, Nor Frontiers). Their work was soon included on commercial compilations like Planet Rap II, Freestyle Operation, and Premiere Classe, introducing 113 to hip-hop lovers beyond their own underground circle. The trio’s first full-length record, Les Prince de la Ville (The Princes of the City), featuring the single “Tonton du Bled,” hit shelves in 2000. In addition to strong sales, the album won 113 the accolade of “Revelation of the Year.” Subsequent releases 113 Fout la Merde (2002) and Dans l’Urgence (2003) earned the respect of fans and critics alike, paving the way for 113’s breakthrough record. 113 Degres (2005) earned a slot in Billboard’s European Top 100, becoming one of the year’s top sellers. With their newfound clout, the group released its 2006 record, Illegal Radio, on the independently controlled Frenesik label.

Source : http://whyfame.com/celebrities/singers/hip_hop/113_174.php

December 16, 2008 at 8:15 AM Leave a comment

Polyphonic – 10cc – Dreadlock Holiday Ringtones

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Lyric for 10cc – Dreadlock Holiday

I was walkin’ down the street
Concentratin’ on truckin’ right
I heard a dark voice beside of me
And I looked round in a state of fright
I saw four faces one mad
A brother from the gutter
They looked me up and down a bit
And turned to each other

I say
I don’t like cricket oh no
I love it
I don’t like cricket oh no
I love it
Don’t you walk thru my words
You got to show some respect
Don’t you walk thru my words
‘Cause you ain’t heard me out yet

Well he looked down at my silver chain
He said I’ll give you one dollar
I said you’ve got to be jokin’ man
It was a present from me Mother
He said I like it I want it
I’ll take it off your hands
And you’ll be sorry you crossed me
You’d better understand that you’re alone
A long way from home

And I say
I don’t like reggae no no
I love it
I don’t like reggae oh no
I love it
Don’t you cramp me style
Don’t you queer on me pitch
Don’t you walk thru my words
‘Cause you ain’t heard me out yet

I hurried back to the swimming pool
Sinkin’ pina coladas
I heard a dark voice beside me say
Would you like something harder
She said I’ve got it you want it
My harvest is the best
And if you try it you’ll like it
And wallow in a Dreadlock Holiday

And I say
Don’t like Jamaica oh no
I love her
Don’t like Jamaica oh no
I love her oh yea
Don’t you walk thru her words
You got to show some respect
Don’t you walk thru her words
‘Cause you ain’t heard her out yet

I don’t like cricket
I love it (Dreadlock Holiday)
I don’t like reggae
I love it (Dreadlock Holiday)
Don’t like Jamaica
I love her (Dreadlock Holiday)

I hurried back to the swimming pool

10cc
10cc were an English art rock band that achieved their greatest commercial success during the 1970s.

The band initially comprised four members, Graham Gouldman, Eric Stewart, Kevin Godley and Lol Creme, who had written and recorded together for about three years before taking on the name of 10cc in 1972. The lineup featured two strong songwriting teams who injected their songs with sharp wit and lyrical dexterity. The more “commercial” team of Stewart and Gouldman were generally fairly straightforward “pop” songwriters, who created some of the group’s most accessible material. The experimental half of 10cc was Godley and Creme, who brought a distinctive “art school” sensibility and a more “cinematic” writing style to the group. All four members were skilled multi-instrumentalists, vocalists, writers and producers and each could perform convincingly as lead singers.

The original line-up recorded four albums and a string of Top 10 singles. The band suffered a split in 1976, when Godley and Creme left to form Godley & Creme, leaving Gouldman and Stewart to continue touring and recording as 10cc with a variety of musicians including Rick Fenn, Stuart Tosh, and Andrew Gold enlisted for each album.

The band experienced a nine-year hiatus from 1983, before releasing two more albums. There have been no albums since 1995 and Stewart has declared the band is defunct. Since about 2004, however, Gouldman has toured sporadically with several peripheral band members, billing themselves as “10cc featuring Graham Gouldman and Friends”.

Source : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/10cc

December 16, 2008 at 8:01 AM Leave a comment

Polyphonic – 100% Ft Jennifer John – Just Cant Wait Ringtones

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Jennifer John
Jennifer John is a singer/songwriter originally from London but now based in Liverpool, where she has lived since the early 1980s. From the age of around 6 until she left school at 18 she attended the Newham Academy of Music, were she studied among other things violin and piano, and where she was given the opportunity to sing in various choirs.

She is one of four artistic directors of Sense of Sound a training organisation that specialises in vocal coaching and which has been in operation since 1991. She holds the award for Business Woman of the Year for Arts and Culture given by the European Federation of Black Women Business Owners.

She has lectured at Paul McCartney’s Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts (LIPA), performed on stage with George Michael and Elton John, and sung backing vocals for Ray Lamontagne. She is currently working with Damon Albarn on his new opera, Monkey; A Journey to the West.

She also manages a choir of 30 a cappella singers called Sense of Sound who were Grand Finalists in the BBC Radio 3 Choir of the Year competition in 2006. Most recently, they performed at the Barbican alongside Pink Floyd, Damon Albarn, Martha Wainwright and Chrissie Hynde in a Syd Barrett tribute concert.

Her musical tastes are hugely varied from Stevie to Chopin; Bulgarian traditional folk singing to Prince; Joan Armatrading to Penguin Cafe Orchestra and everything in between.

source : http://www.argotistonline.co.uk/Jennifer John.htm

December 16, 2008 at 7:08 AM Leave a comment


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