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Having worked well together for over a decade, duo Sacha Collinson and Simon Greenaway finally broke to the mainstream making use of their cover of Duran Duran’s “Regular Globe” in 2000. Featuring Irish vocalist Naimee Coleman, the track reached the very best Five within the U.K. and continued to become big airplay strike in European countries. Before implementing the Aurora moniker, the set had worked collectively under numerous guises including THINK, remixing songs for famous brands Olive and collaborating with David Arnold within the Wayne Relationship film Tomorrow By no means Dies. Greenaway, whose father Roger was the songwriter in charge of the Coca Cola-endorsed “Let me Teach the entire world to Sing,” experienced previously penned songs for Charlotte Chapel, worked with famous film composer Hans Zimmer, and created music for numerous ad promotions, while Collinson was a recognised DJ. In 1999 they released their debut solitary, “Listen to You Phoning,” which reached the very best 20 within the U.K., but following the achievement of “Regular Globe” a 12 months later on, the duo ditched their Ibiza-friendly audio for a far more acoustic, chillout vibe. Their self-titled debut recording, released in 2002, presented efforts from songwriter Rob Davis, ex-Shakespear’s Sister Marcella Detroit, and up-and-coming vocalist Lizzy Pattinson. The group obtained an additional two U.K. Best 30 hits, however the recording didn’t reach the very best 100 and Aurora possess however to dent the graphs since, although they do come back in 2003 with an unreleased edition of Tasmin Archer’s “Sleeping Satellite television” and once again three years later on having a cover of Tx’ “Summer season Son.”

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