Adamski (born Adam Tinley, 4 December 1967, in the New Forest, England, United Kingdom) is an English dance music producer, prominent at the time of acid house for his tracks "N-R-G" and "Killer" (a collaboration with Seal).
1. Gusto's real name is Edward Greene. Also goes by Ed "Gusto" Greene.
One hit wonder in 1995 with Disco's Revenge released on Bumble Beats Records.
Disco's Revenge is based on a sample from Harvey Mason song Groovin' You. 2. Gusto is also a ska/reaggeband from Sweden.
Livin' Joy is a house music group from Italy who released two successful dance hits in the nineties. In 1994, fronted by American lead singer Janice Robinson, they hit number one on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Songs chart with "Dreamer." The song turned out to be a mild sleeper hit on pop radio, finally entering the Hot 100 in early 1995.
Billie Ray Martin (b. Birgit Dieckmann in Hamburg, DE), is a London, UK, singer-songwriter / DJ who made her recording début as guest vocalist on S'Express' hit acid house Sly Stone-cover Hey Music Lover (1989, Rhythm King).
Tina Moore came onto the scenes in 1995 with her self-titled debut album. The album had minor hits with "Color Me Blue" reaching #73 on the R&B charts, "Never Gonna Let You Go" reaching #27 and "All I Can Do" peaking at #48. Since then, Moore has released two more albums. In 2000, she released All In My Vibe and in 2002, she released Time Will Tell.
Stretch & Vern are London based producers Stuart Silvester & Julian Peake. Now into their 16th year as a production team, the duo continue to release dance music that penetrates both the commercial charts and underground clubs.