quarta-feira, 20 de julho de 2011

Ganymed - Dimension N3

Dimension N3
Space Disco


01 Bring Your Love To Me
02 I Want You
03 One Day Fool
04 Love Can Be Some Better
05 Rollerskater
06 Hypershooter
07 Death To The Alien - Up To The Heaven
08 Money Is Addiction (Of This Crazy World )(Single '80)
09 Stars Of Love (Single '80)

     Ganymed was an Austrian/German space disco band founded in 1977.
     In 1978, they released their biggest hit, “It Takes Me Higher”, which hit #5 on the Austrian charts for four weeks and also hit #23 on the German charts. That same year, they released their debut album Takes You Higher, which ranked at #16 for 12 weeks and also spawned another single, “Saturn”.
     1979 saw the release of their second album, Future World. The album’s title track was released as a B-side to “Dancing in a Disco”. Afterwards, they released their final album, Dimension No. 3, plus a non-album single, “Money Is Addiction (Of This Crazy World)” in 1980. At their last concert in 1981, Falco played bass for the group. Ganymed officially broke up in 1983.

Gerry Edmond (real name Edmund Gerhard Czerwenka; pseudonym in the group: "Kroonk") – lead vocals, guitar, keyboards, synth programming
Yvonne Dory (real name Doris Yvonne Czerwenka; pseudonym in the group: "Pulsaria") – vocals
Rudolf Mille (pseudonym in the group: "Vendd") – keyboards
Gerhard Messinger-Neuwirth (pseudonym in the group: "Izl") – bass
Ernst Nekola-Hefter (pseudonym in the group: "Cak") – drums, percussion, drum programming
Daniele Prencipe (pseudonym in the group: "Suk"; only appeared on "Takes You Higher") – keyboards


Takes You Higher (1978)
Future World (1979)
Dimension No. 3 (1980)
"It Takes Me Higher" (1978)
"Saturn" (1978)
"Dancing in a Disco" (1979)
"Money Is Addiction (Of This Crazy World)" (1980)

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