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Fun Factory


Dance-popsters Fun Stock possess scored with some similarly catchy singles that make use of components of reggae, techno and rap but never stray definately not pure pop. Composed of French diva Marie-Anett, Italian dancer Simple T, German dancer Steve and American rapper Pole D, the group debuted in 1995 with debut recording Non Quit! and released their second, Fun-Tastic, just one single year later on. By 1997, the group experienced enough strikes for the discharge of the best-of compilation, ALMOST ALL THEIR Best.

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Full Name Fun Factory
Music Songs Take Your Chance, Doh Wah Diddy, I Wanna B With U, Don’t Go Away, Groove Me, Celebration, Prove Your Love, Party With Fun Factory, Fun Factory's Theme, Let’s Get Crunk, Oh Yeah Yeah, Be Good to Me, Close to You, Back to the Factory, Love of My Life, Sha-La-La-La-La, Tam Tam Taram Tam, Don't Fight, On Top of the World, Fun Factory's Groove, All for You, Turn It Up, Megamix, B'bang Bang, Sad Christmas, Muchachio, Back in the Days, I Miss Her, Prove Your Love - Freestylin', Hey Little Girl, Feel So Good, Don't You Want Me Baby
Albums Fun-Tastic, Next Generation, Back to the Factory, Close to You, ABC of Music, All Their Best, The Party: Non-Stop Remix Album, NonStop

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