Although they began life in 1997, it wasn’t until 2004 that Infernal broke through across Europe using the retro disco hit “From Paris to Berlin,” using the album of the same name going to sell greater than a million copies globally. The music group started life like a trio comprising Lina Rafn, Paw Lagermann, and Søren Haahr, who released the solitary “Sorti de l’Enfer,” adopted a year later on from the group’s debut recording, Infernal Affairs. In 2000 Haahr remaining Infernal, however the additional two have continued, releasing another studio room recording and remix models. In 2004 they actually broke through with the easy but infectious dance music “From Paris to Berlin” — that they had liked success in the home before, however in 2005 the music went Europe-wide, actually hitting the very best Five in Britain (there is a good re-recorded edition, “From London to Berlin,” to celebrate Britain within the 2006 Globe Glass). A follow-up was under no circumstances going to become easy, however they chosen a cover of Laura Branigan’s ’80s strike “Self Control,” which charted in six countries. Nevertheless, their popularity after that appeared to fade, with another solitary just charting in Denmark. In 2008 Infernal released a fresh recording, Electric Cabaret, with the band’s official site.