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T-Spoon

Western european dance-pop phenoms T-Spoon were founded in 1993 by Dutch producer Prince Peration (given birth to Remy de Groot); even though primary idea behind the group was to limelight an alternative vocal existence on each discharge, their debut one “VIRTUALLY NO TIME to Waste materials” was such a significant hit over the continent that highlighted rapper Shamrock continued to be a staple from the line-up for five years. Some Dutch TOP strikes including “Consider Me 2 the Limit,” “Where R U Today” and “Mercedes Benz” implemented, and in Oct 1994 T-Spoon released their debut record Joy, Lifestyle and Discomfort. Lexicon of Melody implemented two years afterwards, and in 1997 the group have scored their biggest strike up to now with “Sex over the Seaside.” Shamrock still left T-Spoon in 1998, and was changed by U.S.-blessed rapper Greg Dillard, who was simply included alongside vocalist Linda Estelle over the group’s self-titled 1999 American debut.

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