9 thoughts on “ Eiffel 65 - Europop (CD, Album)

  • Mar 29,  · "Europop is a dance album by the popular Italian dance-pop group Eiffel The group's first album, it was released in as a CD under the Blissco label. Featuring vocoder vocals and Eurodisco.
  • View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Europop on Discogs. Label: Logic Records - • Format: CD Album, Repress • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic, Pop • Style: Europop, Euro House, Italodance4/5(4).
  • Eiffel 65 is an Italian music group formed in in the studios of the Turin record company Bliss Corporation, consisting of Jeffrey Jey, Maurizio Lobina and Gabry Ponte. They gained global popularity with their singles " Blue (Da Ba Dee) " and " Move Your Body ", from their studio album Europop.
  • "Now Is Forever" is a trippy, shuffling slice of house, and "Europop," despite its title, is the album's acid house representative. Eiffel 65 will mostly be remembered for its hypnotic smash "Blue," however, and its less than stellar follow-up "Move Your Body."6/
  • Label: Republic Records - ,Universal Records - • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic • Style: Electro, Euro House, Italodance Eiffel 65 - Europop (, CD) | Discogs/5(71).
  • Europop is the debut album by Italian electronic group Eiffel The album was released in as under Bliss Corporation and Universal Records and Republic Music (Universal and Republic would merge to Universal Republic). The album is most notable for the group's two biggest hits.
  • Download Eiffel 65 - Europop FLAC album free. LTJ Bukem / Calibre - Atmospherical Jubilancy / All One Call.
  • In Eiffel 65 signed a contract with Universal Music and published “Cosa resterà (in a song)”, that will anticipate their third album. This is their first track in Italian and in the summer of it will become a national hit. After this experience, the band will decide to release an album entirely sung in Italian.
  • Like anyone else born in the early 90's, Eiffel 65's Europop was bound to be in any (white) kid's early CD collection. The single "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" seemed to have come out of nowhere and was on the hit radio stations for quite a while. Well, for whatever reason, I thought that shit was dope and picked it up/5(36).

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