Enya

Enya's songs are hauntingly memorable and she won a Grammy for "Best New Age Album," though she denies her music is of that genre. This image is taken from a late-1980s television interview.

Enya (born 17 May 1961), birth name Eithne Ní Bhraonáin (sometimes seen as the Anglicized Enya Brennan), is Ireland's best-selling solo musician. As a musical group, Enya is really three people: Enya herself composes and performs the music; Nicky Ryan, who produces the records; and Roma Ryan, who writes the lyrics, often in several languages. Enya is a phonetic approximation of how Eithne is pronounced in her native Irish Gaelic.

Biography

Musical upbringing

Eithne was born in Gweedore, County Donegal, Ireland in 1961 to a musical family. Her grandparents were in a band that traveled and played throughout Ireland, her father was the leader of the Slieve Foy Band before opening a pub, and her mother played in a dance band and later taught music at the Gweedore Comprehensive School. Eithne has four brothers and four sisters, several of whom formed the band An Clann As Dobhair in 1968 (they renamed the band Clannad in the 1970s).

In 1980, Eithne joined Clannad, the band composed of her siblings Máire, Pól, and Ciarán and twin uncles Noel and Padraig Duggan. Eithne played the keyboard and provided backing vocals on their albums Cran Ull (1980) and Fuaim (1982). In 1982 (shortly before Clannad became famous for "Theme From Harry's Game"), producer and manager Nicky Ryan left Clannad and Eithne joined him to start her own solo career.

Solo

Eithne, working with Nicky and his wife Roma, recorded two solo instrumental songs called "An Ghaoth On Ghrian" ("The Solar Wind") and "Miss Clare Remembers" that were released on the 1984 album Touch Travel. Eithne was first credited as Enya for writing some of the music for the 1984 movie The Frog Prince. She was contracted to provide music for the soundtrack of the 1986 television documentary The Celts. The music she produced was featured on her first solo album, Enya (1987), but attracted little attention at the time. The song "Boadicea" from this album would later be sampled by The Fugees (1996, causing a brief stir because the group neither sought permission from Enya nor gave her credit initially) and Mario Winans (2004).

Enya achieved a breakthrough in her career in 1988 with the album Watermark featuring the hit song "Orinoco Flow" (sometimes referred to as "Sail Away"). "Orinoco Flow" topped the charts in Britain and the album sold eight million copies. Three years later, she followed with another hit album Shepherd Moons, which sold ten million copies and earned Enya her first Grammy Award. Despite winning Grammys for "Best New Age Album", Enya does not personally classify her music as belonging to that genre. Four years later she released the Grammy-winning The Memory of Trees (1995).

In 1997 Enya released her greatest hits collection Paint The Sky With Stars: The Best of Enya, which featured two new songs. She was offered the chance to compose the score for James Cameron's 1997 film Titanic, but declined. Cameron subsequently asked composer James Horner to adapt Enya's style for his score. The resulting score was so similar to Enya's work that some sources erroneously credit Enya with the music.

Following a five year wait, she released A Day Without Rain in 2000 featuring 34 minutes of new material. After the September 11, 2001 attacks, her song "Only Time" (from A Day Without Rain) was used as a backdrop for many in radio and TV reports about the attacks. She initially frowned upon this use, especially when many bootlegged versions of "Only Time" mixed with sound effects from the attack began to appear. She agreed to release a special edition of the song with funds going to the families of victims. Many Enya fans, however, are resentful that her music has been forever linked with the attacks; an example of this occurred on a 2002 appearance on CNN's Larry King Live when images of battle in Afghanistan were shown on screen as she performed "May It Be", a song with no war connection. This sparked complaints within Enya's fan community.

Enya is a self-admitted slow worker when it comes to composing music. As a result, fans have had to wait as long as five years between albums. In 2004, Enya was reportedly working on her next album, but no release date is in sight. In September 2004, a new song called "Sumiregusa" was unveiled in Japan as part of an advertising campaign for Panasonic (commercial release has yet to occur as of November 2004). In announcing the new recording, Warner Music Japan stated that Enya's next album was scheduled for release (in Japan at least) in mid-November. After a brief flurry of excitement among fans, Enya issued a press release on her official Web site on 19 September stating that this was a mistake and no new album is immediately forthcoming.

Music

A number of Enya's songs are sung entirely in Irish Gaelic or Latin, with others containing the hithero-mentioned mixed with English or English by itself. Roma Ryan has written lyrics in Welsh, Irish, Latin, Spanish, and even languages created by J. R. R. Tolkien.

Enya has performed songs relating to J. R. R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, including 1991's "Lothlórien" and 2001's "May It Be" (sung in English and Quenya) and "Aníron" (in Sindarin)—the last two appearing on the soundtrack of Peter Jackson's movie The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. "May It Be" was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Song at the 2002 ceremonies, but did not win.

Enya rarely performs in public, and even when appearing on television often lip-syncs or sings to a backing track. She has never toured since becoming a superstar in 1988. She has said that her form of music is virtually impossible to perform accurately in a live venue. Nonetheless, there were plans for Enya to perform a live concert, perhaps for pay-per-view, but as of 2005 these plans have yet to materialize.

Discography

Watermark, Enya's breakthrough album.
  • Enya (1987)
  • Watermark (1988)
  • Shepherd Moons (1991, won 1992 Grammy for "Best New Age Album")
  • The Celts (1992) (remastered rerelease of the 1987 album Enya)
  • The Memory of Trees (1995, won 1996 Grammy for "Best New Age Album")
  • Paint The Sky With Stars (1997) (greatest hits collection with two new tracks)
  • A Day Without Rain (2000, won 2001 Grammy for "Best New Age Album")
    • Three versions of A Day Without Rain were released. Aside from the general release in the US and UK, the Canadian edition included one bonus track, while Japanese fans got to hear two bonuses.

In addition, a 1986 soundtrack album for The Frog Prince (a.k.a. French Lesson) contains mostly music composed by Enya but not performed by her; a later CD release added two previously unreleased vocal tracks by her.

Over the years, Enya has released a large number of CD singles, many of which included bonus tracks that were not included in any of the albums.


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Over the years, Enya has released a large number of CD singles, many of which included bonus tracks that were not included in any of the albums. Overall, Front 242's new work continues to reveal new ideas in music to fellow musicians and fans alike. In addition, a 1986 soundtrack album for The Frog Prince (a.k.a. French Lesson) contains mostly music composed by Enya but not performed by her; a later CD release added two previously unreleased vocal tracks by her. Meanwhile their enthusiasm for side projects has continued, as Patrick Codenys started appearing with a new group called Red Sniper, Bresanutti started recording with a new group called Troisseure, and Codenys and Richard 23 formed a quasi-DJ project called Coder23 which is touring in late 2004 and early 2005 as the opening act for VNV Nation. Nonetheless, there were plans for Enya to perform a live concert, perhaps for pay-per-view, but as of 2005 these plans have yet to materialize. They have also recently issued another re-release of their first album "Geography" on Alfa-Matrix, this time newly remastered personally by Bresanutti to surprisingly powerful effect, and with extra tracks and a second disc filled with very early material that had never before been released. She has said that her form of music is virtually impossible to perform accurately in a live venue. They have made occasional appearances in Latin America and Europe, even being rejoined by Dirk Bergen for a reunion concert in Aarschot in 2004 under the original lineup of Bresanutti, Bergen, Codenys and De Meyer (kept secret until two days before the show).

She has never toured since becoming a superstar in 1988. tour showcasing the new material from "Still and Raw" and "Pulse", originally indicating that it would take place in autumn 2004, though that has been pushed back. Enya rarely performs in public, and even when appearing on television often lip-syncs or sings to a backing track. Front 242 also promised a new U.S. "May It Be" was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Song at the 2002 ceremonies, but did not win. The new releases also feature a much more emotional style from De Meyer than his previous Front 242 work, but which was presaged in his later recordings with C-Tec and particularly Cobalt 60 on its album "Twelve". Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, including 1991's "Lothlórien" and 2001's "May It Be" (sung in English and Quenya) and "Aníron" (in Sindarin)—the last two appearing on the soundtrack of Peter Jackson's movie The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. The style of the two new releases tends to be a little more mellow than some of their past work, and makes revelatory use of glitchy and bleepy notes, while it also introduces a whole new level of manipulating De Meyer's vocals to achieve novel effects of the human voice as musical instrument.

R. These represented another iteration of Front 242's explicitly stated goal of reinventing itself on almost every new album, as it has done through its history. R. "Still and Raw" and the album "Pulse", released on XIIIBis Records in Europe and Metropolis in the U.S. Enya has performed songs relating to J. Then, 2002 and 2003 also saw the release of the long-awaited first new material from Front 242 proper in a decade: the E.P. Tolkien. In 2002 and 2003, Morf released an album, an E.P., a double album, and a DVD/CD two-disc combo, on the Belgian record label Alfa-Matrix, and went on tour through the U.S.

R. Morf, a new guise for Bresanutti and Codenys along with vocalist Elko Blijweert. R. Within three months of "Speed Tribe" was the first release from Male or Female, a.k.a. Roma Ryan has written lyrics in Welsh, Irish, Latin, Spanish, and even languages created by J. The DVD was a collaboration with experimental documentary filmmakers Rod Chong and Sharon Matarazzo filming the 2001 24 Hour Le Mans, in which the racecars, clouds, rain and spectators are all used as impressionist elements of a visual backdrop for the music. A number of Enya's songs are sung entirely in Irish Gaelic or Latin, with others containing the hithero-mentioned mixed with English or English by itself. This began in August 2002 with the release of a DVD/CD two-disc set called "Speed Tribe", released by Dance.com.

After a brief flurry of excitement among fans, Enya issued a press release on her official Web site on 19 September stating that this was a mistake and no new album is immediately forthcoming. Then 2002 saw the beginning of a wave of new material from Bresanutti and Codenys, and then of Front 242 itself. In announcing the new recording, Warner Music Japan stated that Enya's next album was scheduled for release (in Japan at least) in mid-November. However, they once again seemed to become only minimally active after 1998, making occasional appearances in Europe and Mexico, while Codenys recorded under the name Gaiden with Steve Stoll in 2001. In September 2004, a new song called "Sumiregusa" was unveiled in Japan as part of an advertising campaign for Panasonic (commercial release has yet to occur as of November 2004). Front 242 also indicated at this time that they were recording new material. In 2004, Enya was reportedly working on her next album, but no release date is in sight. with Metropolis Records.

As a result, fans have had to wait as long as five years between albums. The new tour material was the subject of Front 242's new recording contract in the U.S. Enya is a self-admitted slow worker when it comes to composing music. They acknowledged the influence of Prodigy and their "Fat of the Land" album in crafting the new, more techno style of Re:Boot. This sparked complaints within Enya's fan community. The four core members of Front 242 regrouped in 1998 to compose radically reworked versions of many of their songs, which they then performed on their first tour in five years, appropriately called the Re:Boot tour. Many Enya fans, however, are resentful that her music has been forever linked with the attacks; an example of this occurred on a 2002 appearance on CNN's Larry King Live when images of battle in Afghanistan were shown on screen as she performed "May It Be", a song with no war connection. Meanwhile, Richard 23 recorded with the groups Holy Gang and later LeTschak.

She initially frowned upon this use, especially when many bootlegged versions of "Only Time" mixed with sound effects from the attack began to appear. She agreed to release a special edition of the song with funds going to the families of victims. This was the start of a number of releases from Cobalt 60. After the September 11, 2001 attacks, her song "Only Time" (from A Day Without Rain) was used as a backdrop for many in radio and TV reports about the attacks. Dominique Lallement and Frederic Sebastien of Reims, France. Following a five year wait, she released A Day Without Rain in 2000 featuring 34 minutes of new material. 1996 also saw the debut album "Elemental" from Cobalt 60, which De Meyer formed with the members of Kriegbereit, i.e. The resulting score was so similar to Enya's work that some sources erroneously credit Enya with the music. De Meyer also took over as vocalist for Birmingham 6 for their 1996 album "Error of Judgment".

Cameron subsequently asked composer James Horner to adapt Enya's style for his score. After the departure of Sharp and the demise of the Cyber-Tec label, the remaining group continued working under the name C-Tec. She was offered the chance to compose the score for James Cameron's 1997 film Titanic, but declined. In 1995, De Meyer met Marc Heal of Cubanate at a Front Line Assembly concert, and the two of them collaborated along with Ged Denton and Jonathan Sharp, to record as Cyber-Tec Project for the new (and short-lived) Cyber-Tec record label. In 1997 Enya released her greatest hits collection Paint The Sky With Stars: The Best of Enya, which featured two new songs. Earlier, Richard 23 had a side project as a member of Revolting Cocks, and De Meyer had a side project doing vocals for Bigod 20 for their debut single, "The Bog" in 1990. Despite winning Grammys for "Best New Age Album", Enya does not personally classify her music as belonging to that genre. Four years later she released the Grammy-winning The Memory of Trees (1995). However, this period also saw a proliferation of side projects, an inordinate number of which involved De Meyer.

Three years later, she followed with another hit album Shepherd Moons, which sold ten million copies and earned Enya her first Grammy Award. To the disappointment of many, the years following 06:21:03:11 Up Evil and 05:22:09:12 Off would be bereft of new material from Front 242 under any lineup, filled instead with a stream of live recordings and remixes. "Orinoco Flow" topped the charts in Britain and the album sold eight million copies. commercials for the film "K2" were set to the Front 242 song "Moldavia", also from the album "Tyranny >For You<", although there was no Front 242 in the film itself. Enya achieved a breakthrough in her career in 1988 with the album Watermark featuring the hit song "Orinoco Flow" (sometimes referred to as "Sail Away"). Also in 1992, the T.V. The song "Boadicea" from this album would later be sampled by The Fugees (1996, causing a brief stir because the group neither sought permission from Enya nor gave her credit initially) and Mario Winans (2004). is playing the Front 242 video for "Tragedy >For You<" from the album "Tyranny >For You<".

The music she produced was featured on her first solo album, Enya (1987), but attracted little attention at the time. to drown out the sound of Fonda calling for help; the T.V. She was contracted to provide music for the soundtrack of the 1986 television documentary The Celts. A broader segment of the non-industrial-music-loving public was exposed to Front 242 in 1992 in the film "Single White Female" starring Bridget Fonda and Jennifer Jason Leigh, when evil roommate Leigh ties up good roommate Fonda to a chair, and then turns the volume way up on the T.V. Eithne was first credited as Enya for writing some of the music for the 1984 movie The Frog Prince. 99 Kowalski is the assumed name of Kristin Kowalski, making a tradition out of Richard 23's idea of number-as-name. Eithne, working with Nicky and his wife Roma, recorded two solo instrumental songs called "An Ghaoth On Ghrian" ("The Solar Wind") and "Miss Clare Remembers" that were released on the 1984 album Touch Travel. On the other hand, a variety of new contributors were listed as members of Front 242 on these albums: Jean-Marc Pauly and Pierre Pauly on Up Evil, and 99 Kowalski and Eran Westwood on Off.

In 1982 (shortly before Clannad became famous for "Theme From Harry's Game"), producer and manager Nicky Ryan left Clannad and Eithne joined him to start her own solo career. Neither of these albums had significant input from Richard 23, and 05:22:09:12 OFF only intermittently included their lead vocalist, Jean-Luc De Meyer. Eithne played the keyboard and provided backing vocals on their albums Cran Ull (1980) and Fuaim (1982). (The numbers correspond to letters, spelling "FUCK UP EVIL" and "EVIL OFF".) However at this point there were strains emerging, with the band members apparently having different artistic views about how to progress. In 1980, Eithne joined Clannad, the band composed of her siblings Máire, Pól, and Ciarán and twin uncles Noel and Padraig Duggan. 06:21:03:11 UP EVIL and 05:22:09:12 OFF were brilliant releases musically and once again showed that Front 242 did not need to follow existing trends to stay fresh and original, even using a female vocalist. Eithne has four brothers and four sisters, several of whom formed the band An Clann As Dobhair in 1968 (they renamed the band Clannad in the 1970s). Front 242's style shifted abruptly with each of their next two albums, released in rapid succession in 1993 (originally planned as a double-CD).

Her grandparents were in a band that traveled and played throughout Ireland, her father was the leader of the Slieve Foy Band before opening a pub, and her mother played in a dance band and later taught music at the Gweedore Comprehensive School. This is the only known solo work from any of Front 242's members. Eithne was born in Gweedore, County Donegal, Ireland in 1961 to a musical family. Bresanutti also composed a solo half-hour atmospheric recording called Art and Strategy (or The Art Corporation) to play during viewings of the lithographs, and released this in a limited edition of 1,000 CD's. Enya is a phonetic approximation of how Eithne is pronounced in her native Irish Gaelic. 1992 saw Bresanutti return his focus on combining graphic arts with music, with a tour of his lithographs to three U.S. galleries. As a musical group, Enya is really three people: Enya herself composes and performs the music; Nicky Ryan, who produces the records; and Roma Ryan, who writes the lyrics, often in several languages. Sony/Epic also issued re-released versions of Front 242's five earlier albums, with several E.P.'s and singles consolidated as extra tracks on the albums.

Enya (born 17 May 1961), birth name Eithne Ní Bhraonáin (sometimes seen as the Anglicized Enya Brennan), is Ireland's best-selling solo musician. Tyranny was also the first album they released under contract with a major corporate label, Sony/Epic, after the widespread popularity of "Front by Front". Aside from the general release in the US and UK, the Canadian edition included one bonus track, while Japanese fans got to hear two bonuses. This album, like Front By Front was a huge success and it seemed as if the Frontmen could just go from strength to strength. Three versions of A Day Without Rain were released. Tyranny >For You<, released in 1991, brought the world a much denser, multi-layered sound which would push them straight into the 1990s. A Day Without Rain (2000, won 2001 Grammy for "Best New Age Album")

    . With the turn of the decade the band went through many changes.

    Paint The Sky With Stars (1997) (greatest hits collection with two new tracks). They're too stupid!". The Memory of Trees (1995, won 1996 Grammy for "Best New Age Album"). In fact the complete opposite is true, with them famously saying that "Neo-nazis couldn't make the music we do. The Celts (1992) (remastered rerelease of the 1987 album Enya). Possibly due to this rather in-your-face approach, they have often been falsely accused of being neo-nazis or extreme right-wing. Shepherd Moons (1991, won 1992 Grammy for "Best New Age Album"). As they put it, they were merely presenting the world around them as it was.

    Watermark (1988). They would use militaristic samples, preachers and the TV as a source for inspiration, but refused to admit to having any message. Enya (1987). During these releases Front 242 also presented a style and imagery which was political in a decidedly apolitical style. "Headhunter" is possibly one of the most popularly played and remixed songs of the entire genre. By this point, Front 242 had developed a style of strong backbeats, slices, samples, and ominous vocals.

    Their popularity would reach even higher with the 1988 "Headhunter" single and video by Anton Corbijn, and its accompanying album Front By Front. The 1985 album BackCatalogue collected material from the group's earlier years, but their international breakthrough didn't occur until the release of Official Version in 1987, on the Red Rhino Europe label, followed by their "Official Warfare" tour in support of the album. This tour led to the creation of Revolting Cocks by Richard 23, Alain Jourgensen of Ministry and others. Front 242 signed with the legendary Wax Trax label in 1984, and started their first tour in the United States with Ministry.

    Front 242 was becoming the most popular musical group in Belgium; their next album, No Comment would cement the group's place in electronic music, and was the first to introduce the term "Electronic Body Music" in association with their sound. Jonkheere was usually referred to by the name Richard 23. In 1983, Dirk Bergen left the band to pursue graphic design full time, and Richard Jonckheere was admitted to the group as a loosely backing vocalist and charismatic stage presence. These first releases, while cited as influential by a number of other artists in the genre, were not as characteristically strong and hard-hitting as the group's later efforts.

    Their next single, U-Men, would be released in 1982, followed by the band's first album Geography in 1983. They also decided during this formative period never to use the regular waveform settings on their synthesizers, saying instead that creating the waveform itself for each note was part of the creative process. De Meyer also came to write almost all of the lyrics. Bresanutti, Codenys and De Meyer all took turns on vocals at first, until they settled on De Meyer as the lead vocalist; only recently have early recordings with Bresanutti on vocals been widely released.

    Contact between Bresanutti and Codenys led the two duos to join together in 1982. Codenys said his father received a lottery winning and shared enough of it with him so that he could buy a car, but he bought his first synthesizer instead. Patrick Codenys and Jean-Luc De Meyer had separately formed a group called Under Viewer at about the same time. The first single to be released was Principles, late in that year.

    They were interested in creating both music and graphic design using emerging electronic tools, and reportedly decided on changing their name to Front 242 because the name had greater potential as a subject of graphic design. Front 242 was created in 1981 in Aarschot, Belgium by Daniel Bresanutti and Dirk Bergen, who originally went by the name Prothese. It is perhaps no coincidence that Varese's great mark on the music world took place at the 1958 World Fair in Brussels, where Front 242 would work a few decades later. Going back earlier, these innovations can be seen as an extension of the work of Edgard Varese, the first significant composer to adopt electronic sources of sound as musical instruments, and who also used overwhelming percussion including with found objects.

    The origin of Front 242 should be understood within the rise of industrial music, which originated in England in 1975 with the first performances of Cabaret Voltaire and Throbbing Gristle. These revolutionary groups introduced elements of style later taken up by Front 242 such as electronic instrumentation, overwhelming percussion often with found objects, and looped samples of found soundbytes. Front 242 is a pioneering Belgian electronic music group that came into prominence during the 1980s. During their most active period (effectively ending in 1993 with the albums 06:21:03:11 UP EVIL and 05:22:09:12 OFF) they were influential to a number of other industrial and electronic artists, coining the term electronic body music (EBM) to describe their music. Coder 23 - Patrick Codenys, Richard 23. Troissoeur - Daniel Bressanutti.

    Red Sniper - Patrick Codenys. Male or Female - Daniel Bressanutti, Patrick Codenys. Gaiden - Patrick Codenys. LaTchak - Richard 23.

    Grisha Zeme - Daniel Bressanutti, Patrick Codenys. Cobalt 60 - Jean-Luc De Meyer. C-Tec - Jean-Luc De Meyer. Cyber-Tec Project - Jean-Luc De Meyer.

    Holy Gang - Richard 23. The Art Corporation - Daniel Bressanutti. Birmingham 6 - Jean-Luc De Meyer. Bigod 20 - Jean-Luc De Meyer.

    Revolting Cocks - Richard 23. Under Viewer - Patrick Codenys, Jean-Luc De Meyer. Prothese - Daniel Bressanutti, Dirk Bergen. Still and Raw (e.p., 2003).

    Religion (e.p., 1993). Angels Versus Animals (e.p., 1993). Animal (single, 1993). Mixed By Fear (e.p., 1991).

    Rhythm of Time (single, 1991). Tragedy (For You) (single, 1990). Never Stop! (e.p., 1989). Headhunter (single, 1988).

    Masterhit (single, 1987). Interception (single, 1986). Politics of Pressure (e.p., 1985). No Shuffle (single, 1985).

    Live in Chicago (e.p., included free with early copies of No Comment, 1984). Two In One (e.p., 1983). Endless Riddance (e.p., 1983). U-Men (single, 1981).

    Principles (single, 1981). Singles and EPs:

      . Geography (2-disc reissue, 2004). Pulse (2003).

      Re:Boot (live album, 1998). Mut@ge.Mix@ge (remix album, 1995). Live Code (live album, 1994). 05:22:09:12 Off (1993).

      06:21:03:11 Up Evil (1993). Live Target ("official" live bootleg, 1992). Tyranny (For You) (1991). Front by Front (1988, reissued 1992).

      Official Version (1987, reissued 1992). Back Catalogue (singles anthology, 1987; reissued 1992). No Comment (1984, reissued 1992). Geography (1982, reissued 1992).

      Full-length albums:

        . John Dubs - credited as writer and composer on Animal and Angels Versus Animals. Eran Westwood - credited as writer, composer and vocalist on 05:22:09:12 Off, Animal, and Angels Versus Animals. Christine Kowalski) - credited as writer, composer and vocalist on 05:22:09:12 Off, Animal, and Angels Versus Animals.

        99 Kowalski (a.k.a. Pierre Pauly - credited for writing and composing vocals on 06:21:03:11 Up Evil. Jean-Marc Pauly - credited for writing and composing vocals on 06:21:03:11 Up Evil. Dirk Bergen - credited as member on Geography.

        Richard Jonckheere - percussion, vocals. Jean-Luc De Meyer - lyrics, vocals. Patrick Codenys - producing, remixing, programming, keyboards, samplers. Daniel Bressanutti - producing, remixing, programming, live mixing.

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