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  • MAXX (short for MAX-mum X-tasy) is a famous 90's Eurodance act best known for such hits as "Get-A-Way," "No More (I Can't Stand It)" and "You Can Get It." The act was formed in Berlin, Germany in 1993 by music executive David Brunner (aka The Hitman)[1] and music producer Jürgen Wind (aka George Torpey). During MAXX's initial two year run (1993-1995), the act itself went through noticeable changes with its female lead singers. By mid-1994, the group had become one of Europe's new dance music sensations due to their creative mixture of ragga style rap, female singing and distinctive dancefloor beats. (en)
  • MAXX (short for MAX-imum X-tasy) is a famous 90's Eurodance act best known for such hits as "Get-A-Way," "No More (I Can't Stand It)" and "You Can Get It." The act was formed in Berlin, Germany in 1993 by music executive David Brunner (aka The Hitman)[1] and music producer Jürgen Wind (aka George Torpey). During MAXX's initial two year run (1993-1995), the act itself went through noticeable changes with its female lead singers. By mid-1994, the group had become one of Europe's new dance music sensations due to their creative mixture of ragga style rap, female singing and distinctive dancefloor beats. (en)
  • MAXX (short for MAX-imum X-tasy) is a famous 90's Eurodance act best known for such hits as "Get-A-Way," "No More (I Can't Stand It)" and "You Can Get It." The act was formed in Berlin, Germany in 1993 by music executive David Brunner (aka The Hitman)and music producer Jürgen Wind (aka George Torpey). During MAXX's initial two year run (1993-1995), the act itself went through noticeable changes with its female lead singers. By mid-1994, the group had become one of Europe's new dance music sensations due to their creative mixture of ragga style rap, female singing and distinctive dancefloor beats. (en)
  • MAXX (short for MAX-imum X-tasy) is a '90s eurodance duo act best known for such hits as "Get-A-Way," "No More (I Can't Stand It)" and "You Can Get It." The act was formed in Berlin, Germany in 1993 by music executive David Brunner (aka The Hitman) and music producer Jürgen Wind (aka George Torpey). During MAXX's initial two-year run (1993-1995), the act itself went through noticeable changes with its female lead singers. By mid-1994, the group had become known in Europe due to their creative mixture of ragga style rap, female singing and distinctive dancefloor beats. Their successful run in the '90s was short-lived and the group abruptly disbanded in late 1995.22 years after the breakup, MAXX officially announced their return to live performing via their official website. The duo act is now fronted by original MAXX vocalist Elyse (aka Linda Meek) and newcomer Elijah MC. (en)
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  • MAXX (short for MAX-mum X-tasy) is a famous 90's Eurodance act best known for such hits as "Get-A-Way," "No More (I Can't Stand It)" and "You Can Get It." The act was formed in Berlin, Germany in 1993 by music executive David Brunner (aka The Hitman)[1] and music producer Jürgen Wind (aka George Torpey). During MAXX's initial two year run (1993-1995), the act itself went through noticeable changes with its female lead singers. (en)
  • MAXX (short for MAX-imum X-tasy) is a famous 90's Eurodance act best known for such hits as "Get-A-Way," "No More (I Can't Stand It)" and "You Can Get It." The act was formed in Berlin, Germany in 1993 by music executive David Brunner (aka The Hitman)[1] and music producer Jürgen Wind (aka George Torpey). During MAXX's initial two year run (1993-1995), the act itself went through noticeable changes with its female lead singers. (en)
  • MAXX (short for MAX-imum X-tasy) is a famous 90's Eurodance act best known for such hits as "Get-A-Way," "No More (I Can't Stand It)" and "You Can Get It." The act was formed in Berlin, Germany in 1993 by music executive David Brunner (aka The Hitman)and music producer Jürgen Wind (aka George Torpey). During MAXX's initial two year run (1993-1995), the act itself went through noticeable changes with its female lead singers. (en)
  • MAXX (short for MAX-imum X-tasy) is a '90s eurodance duo act best known for such hits as "Get-A-Way," "No More (I Can't Stand It)" and "You Can Get It." The act was formed in Berlin, Germany in 1993 by music executive David Brunner (aka The Hitman) and music producer Jürgen Wind (aka George Torpey). During MAXX's initial two-year run (1993-1995), the act itself went through noticeable changes with its female lead singers. (en)
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