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Fierce Ruling Diva


Fierce Ruling Diva is grounded within the rave custom, but Jeroen Flamman and Jeff “Abraxas” Porter also incorporate components of chill-out ambience. Both created in Amsterdam and in August 1989 released their 1st solitary, “I Don’t Wanna Be considered a Freak.” After establishing Lower East Part Information and three nightclubs in the region, the duo started to produce, caring for 13 information on various Western brands. After nine singles, the recording FRD made an appearance in June 1991, Anarchic Modifications followed another year. Revolt from the Perverse, their 1st domestic album, premiered by Astralwerks in middle-1993.

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Full Name Fierce Ruling Diva
Music Songs Atomic Slide, You Gotta Believe, Rubb It In, Atomix, Allemaal, Allemaal!, Rubb It in 2010, Phreekn, Whipped Kream, My Name Is House, You Better Take This, Get Funky With Me, Keep Moving in Time, You Gotta Believe in Something, Dubb It In, Drug Me, Abraxas Theme, I Need Drugs, I Don't Wanna Be a Freak, Revolt of the Perverse, Here Today, Here Tomorrow, How Funky, Love Your Enemies, Do This, Live At Multigroove, Ride the Rhythm, Subtopia, Gimme Your Body, Fade to Grey, Empty Warehouse, Freebient, Electric Grand, Pissing in the Wind
Albums A Great Man Once Said..., Fierce Ruling Diva, You Gotta Believe, Revolt of the Perverse, Amsterdam Slide, The Sound of Planet Earth (Vol. 2), I Don't Wanna Be a Freak / Feeling Fly, Rubb It In

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