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The act was formed in 2004 by Corby and Francine Power and became a successful fixure in their home country's Dance music scene. The group's first single, "Been Good," was originally released as an EP and then remixed by Grant Smillie and Ivan Gough (of TV Rock fame), became a major smash on the ARIA club and dance charts and also nabbed a nomination for best Dance Release at the 2005 ARIA awards. The success of the EP and the surprise nomination at the ARIAs also translated into a growing fan base and critical acclaim for the act.
In 2006 Deepface returned to the ARIA club and dance charts with "I Want To Live", which was lifted off their debut album "Feel The Love," which was released in October 2007. The track, which has also been remixed by Chris Corby and Andy Page, has already crossed over the Pacific, where it charted on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart, peaking at number 18 (in the 19 May 2007 issue).
In March 2007 Deepface was signed to Red Stick Recordings, the Strictly Rhythm Records imprint in the United States. Both the first single of "I Want To Live" (in its original version) and the Trevor Simpson vs Deepface remixes are both available commercially and has gained radio airplay in the States.
- 2005 Been Good
- 2007 I Want To Live
- 2005 Been Good (EP)
- 2007 I Want To Live (Full length CD)