Very little info about George Kranz other than the fact that he's a German singer.
German singer who will remain mainly in the musical history of the 80s for the enormous title "Din daa daa" released in 1984.
Single that will literally set every Dancefloor on the planet on fire this year and will undoubtedly stay as one of the biggest Dance Hits of the 1980s.
As such alone, he deserved this article.
To discover or rediscover.
Discography (among others ...) :
Din daa daa 1983
Your touch 1984
Bass drum ma bass drum 1985
Din dub dub 1985
I've got the beat (Magic sticks) 1987
Helmut Kphl ist tot 1992
1983 ... a single title, THIS title, was enough for the singer to obtain his direct ticket to posterity. Here he is simply signing one of the most huge Dance titles of the decade, if not of the end of the 20th century. A completely wacky title but with formidable effectiveness on the Dancefloor side. MO-NU-MEN-TAL !
1983 ... the visual version, where we can see that the artist is as wacky as his title. A visual version shorter than the previous version. But it is indeed the previous version that will stay in history, the Maxi version, the one that will sweep through all the Dancefloor on the planet and literally set it on fire
1984 ... a sequel that has nothing to do with the previous gem. It's nice, certainly, but where did the artist's brilliant madness go ...?
1985 ... here on the other hand, we find the George Kranz of Din Daa Daa. Even if this title does not have the genius inspiration of its predecessor, it at least has the merit of originality
1985 ... in the same vein. He indulges here in a musical delirium based on sampling, a technique very popular at the time. An explosive result to say the least !
1987 ... even if he will never repeat the exploit of Din Daa Daa, he will still have produced several titles of certain quality. Including this one !
1992 ... a story that would have been better to stop during the 1980s because this title will not bring much to the work of Kranz ...
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