Ideal remembered for introducing European countries to the tone of voice of vocalist Helena Paparizou, the Greek-Swedish duo Vintage were shaped in 1999 by Paparizou and guitarist Nikos Panagiotidis. Putting your signature on towards the Swedish label Bonnier, Classic scored their initial strike straight from the box using the self-styled Nordic disco of “Opa Opa”; the solo topped the Swedish graphs in fall 1999, and in addition performed well in Norway and Switzerland. “Dinata Dinata” implemented, while Antique’s initial two LPs, 1999’s Mera Me Ti Mer and 2001’s Die for you personally, were also main successes, as had been both albums’ name monitors. The duo’s Greek history naturally resulted in very similar successes in Greece and Cyprus and, in 2001, Classic were chosen to represent Greece on the Eurovision Melody Competition, staged that calendar year in Copenhagen. They completed third executing “(I’D) Die for you personally,” the best placement any Greek entrance would achieve before the single Paparizou’s success in 2005. Enlarging upon this achievement, Classic undertook several effective European travels over another 2 yrs, while maintaining a continuing stream of strike singles — “Ligo Ligo” and “Why” in 2001, “Moro Mou” and “Alli Mia for the” in 2002, and “O Ti Theleis,” “Me Logia Ellinika,” “Kainourgia Agapi,” “Set of Fans,” as well as the aptly entitled “Time to state Goodbye” in 2003. Vintage also documented three additional albums prior to the duo parted methods in 2003, Me Logia Ellinika (2002), Alli Mia Fora (2002), and Blue Like (2003). Paparizou released a single career afterwards that same calendar year. In 2006 a “brand-new” Antique music appeared on the web. Nevertheless, the ecologically themed “V-Power” was documented shortly prior to the separation in 2003; long-running gossips of an old-fashioned reunion remain, for the present time, wishful thinking.