Austrian dance-pop music group Pleasure were shaped in 1984 by 3 former college friends, Andy Schweitzer, Freddy Jaklitsch, and Manfred Temmel. Industrial success arrived using their second one, “Contact by Contact” (Sept 1985). The band’s initial record, Hello (1986), also thought prominently in the Western european dance charts. Operating on the influx of success, Pleasure documented their second record, Pleasure and Tears, in the summertime of 1986. The tune “Japanese Young ladies” from that record helped to improve their product sales in Asia. In 1989, keyboardist Schweitzer, who authored the majority of Joy’s compositions, made a decision to go after a solo profession. In 1992 he received authorization from his previous colleagues to utilize the name Pleasure on his recording She’s Dancing Only, which also became referred to as 3rd. Nevertheless, that launch didn’t stand an opportunity during the home and techno influx of the first ’90s. In 1995, both other users of the initial Pleasure, Jaklitsch and Temmel, employed a fresh keyboardist, Johannes Groebl, to record their personal new album, Filled with Pleasure. That launch faded into obscurity and soon thereafter the users of the music group went their independent ways.