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Molella

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It all started out when, afew years ago, Mario Fargetta asked Maurizio to replace him as DJ in the disco New Feeling. He had so much success that he was asked to go back that same evening too. Before this, Molly had practised during 5 years on a small semi-professional mixer, starting at the age of 14, mixing tapes for friends. A year later he was at the microphone of a small local radio station, Muggiò’s Radio Country. Afterwards he worked at Radio Nord, Milano 22, Superantenna, and Retecittà. In the meantime, he obtained a diploma as designer and mechanical engineer at the Tecnico Industriale Institute.

In 1986, Maurizio Molella was asked to become a director of Radio Deejay. On the other side of the window was Amadeus. After about a month, his first Mega Mix arrived, broadcasted on a Sunday afternoon from 1 to 5 PM. A year later, he started collaborating with Jovanotti, giving his first TV shows on Italia Uno (Jovanotti). Then he went on tour.

Afterwards he started a carreer of producer : he stood behind Gala and the Outhere Brothers (I You Wanna Party). He also remixed for Vasco Rossi JT Company, Aqua and Boy George. He also released many solo singles : starting with Revolution, which was #1 in Italy, to his last singles Genik and Discotek People which came out on Do It Yourself’s Liquid Sound label. Some of them were a few eurodance singles : among them, Changes and See The Difference (featuring the rapper of Antares).

In 2001 DJ Maurizio Molella succeeded in the difficult task of remaining constantly in the sales charts, alternating between his roles of artist (for the singles Genik, Discotek People, and Love Lasts Forever), and remixer for Ti Prendo E Ti Porto Via by Vasco Rossi.

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