Agnelli & Nelson

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Agnelli & Nelson
Origin Northern Ireland
Genres Trance
Years active 1997–present
Labels Vandit
Website www.agnelliandnelson.com/
Members Christoper James Agnew
Robert Frederick Nelson

Agnelli & Nelson is the collective name of Northern Irish music producers Christoper James Agnew and Robert Frederick Nelson, writers and producers of dance music who have worked in the genre of trance music since 1997. They also produce music under the names Afterburn, Cortez, Green Atlas, Quincey & Sonance and The A & N Project.

Biography[edit]

Since 1997, Agnew and Nelson have been writing and producing dance music, including their hits "El Nino" and "Everyday". They have to date produced five Top 40 hits in the United Kingdom,[1] and countless remixes, from Armin van Buuren to U2.

The pair have collaborated with other major artists, including Matt Darey, Jon the Dentist, Scott Bond, Solar Stone, and Chicane. They have also appeared on BBC Radio 1 six times. They produced music for Xtravaganza, and labels such as Tsunami Records and ID&T.[2]

Their remix of John O'Callaghan's "Big Sky" was voted the number one trance production on A State Of Trance in 2007, the radio show hosted by Armin Van Buuren.[3]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

As Agnelli & Nelson[edit]

  • 1998 – "Angels Fly/Bolivian Angel" [RGB]
  • 1998 – "Angels 1998" [RGB]
  • 1998 – "El Nino" [Xtravaganza] (UK #21)
  • 1999 – "Everyday" [Xtravaganza] (UK #17) (released as "Every Day, Every Moment, Every Time" outside the UK)
  • 2000 – "Embrace" [Xtravaganza] (UK #35)
  • 2000 – "Hudson St." [Xtravaganza] (UK #29)
  • 2001 – "Vegas" [Xtravaganza] (UK #48)
  • 2002 – "Everyday" (re-mix), [Xtravaganza] (UK #33)
  • 2004 – "Holding Onto Nothing" (featuring Audrey Gallagher), [Xtravaganza] (UK #41), Vandit (Germany)
  • 2005 – "Shivver" [Xtravaganza][1]

As The A & N Project[edit]

  • 2007 "Wear That Dress" [Deep Blue Records]
  • 2008 "Just When I Think There"s An Answer" [Deep Blue Records]
  • 2008 "Sleeping In Airports" [Coldharbour Recordings]

As Afterburn[edit]

  • 2000 – "North Pole/Fratt Boy" [Xtravaganza]
  • 2003 – "Summer Sun" [Tsunami]

As Cortez[edit]

  • 2000 – "Über Den Wolken" [Frauenfunk Schallplatten]
  • 2003 – "Scaramanga/The Force" (Feat. Fergie) [ID&T]

As Green Atlas[edit]

  • 2004 – "Circulation" [Tatsumaki]
  • 2004 – "Communicate" [Tatsumaki]

Remixes[edit]

As Agnelli & Nelson[edit]

  • 1999 Manya – "Let Me Be" [RGB]
  • 2000 Liquid – "Orlando Dawn" [Xtravaganza]
  • 2000 Louise – "2 Faced" [EMI]
  • 2000 Lange – "Follow Me" [Positiva]
  • 2000 Ruff Driverz – "Chosen Ones" [EMI]
  • 2001 Midas – "Fire In The Sky" [Credance]
  • 2002 Sipping Soma – "Superconscious (So Alive)" [RGB]
  • 2003 Fusion Feat. Matt Hardwick – "Spectrum" [JOOF]
  • 2003 Rio Klein – "Fearless" [Nettwerk]
  • 2003 Slipmatt – "Space" [Concept]
  • 2004 Solar Stone vs. Scott Bond – "3rd Earth" [Made In England]
  • 2004 Chicane ft. Bryan Adams – "Don"t Give Up 2004" [Xtravaganza]
  • 2004 Ferry Corsten – "Its Time" [Tsunami + Positiva]
  • 2004 Armin Van Buuren – "Blue Fear 2004" [Nebula & Armada]
  • 2004 Jon The Dentist – "Gobal Phazes" [Duty Free]
  • 2004 Classified project – "Starlight Chaser" [Mondo]
  • 2004 Li Kwan (Matt Darey) – "Point Zero 2004" [Darey Products LTD]
  • 2005 Alex Gold – "Stranded In Paradise" [Xtravaganza]
  • 2005 Alex Gold – "Back From A Break (Better Dayz)" [Xtravaganza]
  • 2007 John O"Callaghan ft. Audrey Gallagher – "Big Sky" [Armind]
  • 2008 Agnelli & Nelson pres. The A & N Project – "Just When I Think There"s An Answer" [Deepblue]
  • 2008 Markus Schulz ft. Dauby – "Perfect" [Coldharbour Recordings]
  • 2008 Solarstone – "Rain Stars Eternal" [Solaris Recordings]
  • 2012 Andain - "You Once Told Me" [Black Hole]

As Quincey & Sonance[edit]

  • 1997 Tecnogue – "Abha Na Séad" [Lime Recordings]
  • 1997 CJ Agnelli – "Lush" [Freerange]
  • 2000 U2 – "Beautiful Day" [Island]
  • 2001 U2 – "Elevation" [Island]

As Afterburn[edit]

  • 2004 Bossanova – "Stonecold" [Tatsumaki]

Album[edit]

As Agnelli & Nelson[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 17. ISBN 1-904994-10-5. 
  2. ^ got, So (11 October 2006). "What's New". DJ Addison website. Retrieved 20 August 2006. 
  3. ^ "Episode 331". A State Of Trance. Retrieved 4 November 2011. 

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