Little information about Confetti's apart from the fact that it is a Belgian group, composed of Peter Renkens and 4 dancers and which will remain mainly in the musical history of the 80s for the enormous single "The sound of C" released in 1988.
As such alone, we had to devote this article to them.
To discover or rediscover.
Discography (among others ...) :
The sound of C 1988
C in China 1988
C day 1989
Keep smiling 1989
C countdown 1989
Circling stars (Jingle bells) 1989
Put’m up (Your hands) 1990
1988 ... one title, THIS title, was enough to offer the group its direct ticket to posterity. Here he is simply signing one of the most emblematic Dance titles of the end of the decade and above all the biggest success of his - short - career. MAS-TER-FUL !
1988 ... in a single year the group will have become one of the biggest phenomena of the moment. Not sure it will last like this for decades ...
1989 ... paradoxically, it is this title that will remain as the best classified of all. Anyway, the group will have made its fame and its fortune with 2 enormous Dance titles of the simplest but with formidable efficiency !
1989 ... the rest will unfortunately be much less favorable to them. A deceleration due in part to an obvious decline in inspiration ...
1989 ... the quality level remains high but is no longer sufficient to stay in contact with the best. It will therefore be necessary for the group to recover quickly for lack of purely and simply disappearing ...
1989 ... and it is not this New Beat version of the timeless 'Jingle Bells' that will allow them to fill the gap. It's still nice but nothing more ...
1990 ... how to make something new with old. The group takes all their successes to remix them in a single track. Nothing very original but that is enough to keep them afloat a little longer ...
1990 ... a 'shooting star' group which lasted only 3 years but in a musical world that has become hyper competitive, it is difficult to exist for decades now. The group will have learned it the hard way ...
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