Biography

An alias of German producer & composer Roger Shah, formerly known as DJ Shah.

Roger Shah has released a number of tracks as Sunlounger, such as “White Sand” in 2006 and “Aguas Blancas” in 2007. The first Sunlounger album, “Another Day On The Terrace” was released in 2007, and comprises two CDs, “Chill” and “Dance”.

He has also remixed Envio’s “For You” under this name. 2008 saw the release of Roger’s second Sunlounger album - “Sunny Tales”, which similar to the previous one is a 2 CD release with one being the Chillout version and the second one the Trance version.

Sunlounger ”sounds like a summer holiday, very balearic and atmospheric. The guitar is the most important instrument and a trademark for the Sunlounger brand” (Roger-Pierre Shah)

Albums:
Another Day on the Terrace (2xCD) (2007)
Sunny Tales (2xCD) (2008)
The Beach Side of Life (2xCD) (2010)

Singles:
White Sand (2006)
Aguas Blancas (2007)
In & Out (2007)
Crawling ‘feat. Zara’ (2008)
Catwalk / Mediterranean Flower (2008)
Lost ‘feat. Zara’ (2008)
Change Your Mind ‘feat. Kyler England’ (2009)
Found ‘feat. Zara’ (2010)
Breaking Waves ‘feat. Inger Hansen’ (2010)

www.rogershah.net
www.myspace.com/rogerpshah
www.myspace.com/magicislandrecords
www.shah-music.com
www.eltrance.com

2. Sunlounger were the original incarnation of English rock band G.U. Medicine. They released one album under this name, Some Is Good, More Is Better, Too Much Is Just Right (Org records, 2001). The album was well received, if only by a limited audience. They split after this release only to resurface in 2004 as as G.U. Medicine.

Edited by KazimirMalevich on 19 Oct 2012, 13:44

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