Music Instructor is a German electro-dance music project. The producers and songwriters of Music Instructor are Mike Michaels, Mark “MM” Dollar, and Mark Tabak, also known as Triple-M Crew. They often worked with many other artists, especially Lunatics and Flying Steps, and was most active in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

Music Instructor released two studio albums, The World of Music Instructor in 1995 and Electric City of Music Instructor in 1999. On their debut album, the band collaborated with the musician and singer Holly Trance. Their second album was inspired by the breakdance culture of the 1980s, but with futuristic elements.

Their best known singles are “Hymn” (1995), “Hands in the Air” (1996), “Dream a Little Dream” (1996), “Dance” (1996), “Friends Will Be Friends” (1996), “Rock Your Body” (1998), “Get Freaky” (1998), “Electric City” (1999), “DJ’s Rock Da House” (1999), “Super Fly (Upper MC)” (2000) and “Play My Music” (2001).

In 1998, they also covered Harold Faltermeyer’ song “Axel F”.

Edited by alin1 on 11 Jul 2011, 12:29

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