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Also known as Future Breeze, Phonjaxx are the producers Markus Boehme and Martin Hensing, both from Essen, Germany. They began making music a long time ago, they started making music with the legendary homecomputer C-64. Directly after they finished school, they decided to make their music creations sound more professional.

In 1994 they released their music under the name “Synthetic Compulsion”. Not much later they released “Read My Lips” under the name Future Breeze, which became their first big hit. It stayed on the German dance-charts for 10 weeks. A successful tour in Germany followed, also the singles “Why Don’t You Dance Me” and “Keep the Fire Burnin” was successful. Their earlier debut under the pseudonym X-PACT on the Strictly Rhythm-underlabel: Groovilicious was not so good.

Then came the album “Why?”, fans and skeptics were excited. Should the album be as good as the three previous hit singles.

In November 1997 Future Breeze released a single entitled “How Much Can You Take?”.

In March 1998 Future Breeze released a single called “Another Day” which was a eurogressive track.

Future Breeze released a new single, called “Cruel World” on May 25, 1999.

On October 16, 2000 the single “Smile” was released.

On February 26, 2001 “Mind In Motion” was released.

On September 03, 2001 the single “Temple of Dreams” was released.

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