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The group’s story started in 1985, when William Naraine, Franco Amato and Andrea de Antoni began their artistic collaboration. In 1991 the boys met the producer Roberto Zanetti and their success was immediate. In December of the same year, Please Don’t Go was recorded. The song was released in January 1992 and it was an instant hit. Double You began touring all across Europe and appeared in many TV shows around the world. They became the phenomenon of the world dance scene. With more than three million copies sold, Please Don’t Go earned many gold and platinum records in such countries as : Germany, France, the Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland, Austria, Greece, Turkey, East-Europe, the whole of Latin America (no country excluded) and many states of Africa and Asia. The record also sold in North America (top ten maxi sales), in Israel (# 12 ), and in the UK (n° 2 on the Cool Cuts Chart). After all, Please Don’t Go was the most danced song in 1992.

The second single We All Need Love definitely confirmed the world-wide success of Double You. This song was recorded in June 1992, during a European tour. It reached the top of all the world charts in a short time (for example # 2 in Israel). After this second single, the first album followed: We All Need Love, which put together such songs as :

Who’s Fooling Who the third single - was released in September ‘92 closing a year of successes. it reached # 12 in Israel.

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