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The wildly joyful Latin dance-pop of Paradisio’s “Bailando” was such an enormous combination of watered-down graph tricks that it had been an easy task to lump the song within the same mounting brackets mainly because “Macarena,” “Who Allow Dogs Away,” “Barbie Woman,” and “Mambo #5.” Regardless of the seething Spanish sex from the track’s central vocal connect, “Bailando” was in fact the merchandise of two Belgium suppliers, Patrick Samoy and Luc Rigaux, along with a vocalist by the name of Maria Isabel Garcia Asensio, an set up that led to number 1 positions throughout European countries and that which was reported at that time as the utmost successful solitary in the annals of Sweden. By 1997, the music group clearly experienced a macro-novelty on the hands, a truly entertaining, dream enriched mix between Europop, Mardi Gras, and toon rave tradition, but later on singles repeated the method on extremely rigid terms, leading to solid product sales but small else. Later on that 12 months, a debut LP was rushed out the entranceway along with a self-remixed edition of this year’s “Vamos a la Discoteca” made an appearance in 2001, suggestively offering new lead vocalist Alexandra.

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