I'm Gonna Get You

Album: Energique (1992)
Charted: 3 47
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  • Bizarre, Inc. is a Dance-Techno band from Stafford, England. Two British DJs, Dean Meredith and Mark "Aaron" Archer, got together in 1989 and decided to form a dance group and they produced a few singles and recruited two more DJ's, Andrew Meecham and Carl Turner. They scored a few dance hits in Great Britain, and finally managed to break out in 1992, when session singer Angie Brown joined and added her powerful vocals to their music. This single turned out to be their biggest hit, not only in their native Great Britain, but in the United States, as well. It reached #1 on the US Dance charts and reached a respectable #47 on the Billboard Hot 100. Brown also performed and co-wrote some songs for their next LP, "Surprise,"which scored some success. Bizarre, Inc. went their separate ways in 1999, but all of its members remain active in the music industry. >>
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  • Rich from WinnipegSimply the best music from 1992.
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