Full Intention

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Full Intention
Origin London, United Kingdom
Genres House
Years active 1990-present
Labels Eye Industries, Sugar Daddy Records, Dtension, Rulin Records, Virgin, Stress Records, FFRR, AM PM Records, Altra Moda Music, Atlantic
Associated acts Arizona, Bodyrox, Hustlers Convention, Greed, Disco-Tex
Members Jon Pearn, Michael Gray
Notable instruments
Keyboards
Drum machine

Full Intention is a house music duo from England who are best known as prolific remixers, reworking songs for varied artists such as the Sugababes and Whitney Houston. Group members are Michael Gray and Jon Pearn.

They have appeared in the US Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart three times with their own singles, first under the name Arizona feat. Zeitia with "Slide On The Rhythm", which reached number one in 1993, and with "America (I Love America)" under the Full Intention name, a number one hit from 1996. They are also perhaps most well known for their remix of the 1995 club classic "So In Love" by Duke. Although many of their remixes for other artists have been successful club hits, they did not return to the chart as artists until 2002, when "I'll Be Waiting" featuring Shena reached number three[where?]. Both members have achieved solo success with Gray releasing singles "The Weekend" and "Borderline" which were club hits, while Pearn has formed a side project Bodyrox.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Mixed compilations[edit]

Singles[edit]

Full Intention
  • 1994 "Full Length Disco Mixes"
  • 1995 "America (I Love America)" (with Nick Clow)
  • 1996 "The Return Of Full Intention"
  • 1996 "Uptown Downtown" (with Nick Clow)
  • 1996 "You Are Somebody" (with Nick Clow)
  • 1997 "America (I Love America) '97" (with Nick Clow)
  • 1997 "Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground)" (with Nick Clow)
  • 1997 "Dancin' All Night/In The Streets"
  • 1998 "Everybody Loves The Sunshine" (with Ernestine Pearce and Xavier Barnett)
  • 2001 "Can't Get Over You" (with Kat Blu)
  • 2001 "I'm Satisfied"
  • 2001 "I'll Be Waiting" (with Shena McSween)
  • 2002 "Soul Power" (with Thea Austin)
  • 2002 "Blue EP"
  • 2002 "I Need A House Party"
  • 2003 "No One"
  • 2003 "Your Day Is Coming" (with Shena McSween)
  • 2003 "Red EP"
  • 2003 "Green EP"
  • 2004 "Orange EP"
  • 2004 "It's Set To Groove"
  • 2004 "It Hurts Me/Once In A Lifetime" (with Xavier Barnett)
  • 2004 "Purple EP"
  • 2005 "La Musique"
  • 2005 "Anniversary EP"
  • 2006 "Your Day Is Coming 2006" (with Shena McSween)
  • 2006 "I Believe In You" (with Lee Muddy Baker)
  • 2006 "Soul Power 2006" (with Thea Austin)
  • 2013 "Octavia"
Hustlers Convention

See page above for Discography.

Disco-Tex
  • 1995 "Vol. 1"
  • 1996 "Vol. 2"
  • 1996 "Vol. 3"
  • 1997 "Vol. 4"
  • 1997 "Vol. 5"
  • 2000 "I Need A House Party/Can You Feel It"
  • 2004 "Vol. 8"
Deep Down
  • 1999 "Gime Me Your Love/A Definite Strangeness" (with Kat Blu)
  • 2001 "Gime Me Your Love" (with Kat Blu)
  • 2004 "Deep Down EP", (with Kat Blu and Anthony Moriah)
  • 2005 "It Seems To Hang On" (with Anthony Moriah)
Greed
  • 1990 "Give Me"
  • 1991 "Love"
  • 1992 "Gonna Let You Go"
  • 1994 "Pump Up The Volume" (with Ricardo Da Force)
  • 1996 "Release The Tension"
  • 1997 "Pump Up The Volume '97" (with Ricardo Da Force)
Other aliases
  • 1990 "Satisfaction", as Grade A
  • 1993 "The Greed EP", as Groove City
  • 1993 "Slide On The Rhythm", as Arizona (with Zeitia)
  • 1994 "I Specialize In Love", as Arizona (with Zeitia)
  • 1996 "So Addicted", as XXX (with Eliza)
  • 1997 "Dancin' In Outer Space", as Disco Roots (with Andy Sojka)
  • 1997 "I Thought It Was You", as Sex-O-Sonique
  • 1998 "Mas Que Mancada", as Ronaldo's Revenge
  • 1998 "Who Do You Love", as Soul Asylum
  • 1998 "You're The One For Me", as Preluxe (with Steve Anderson and Clive Griffin)
  • 1999 "I Need Your Love/Wired Up", as The Rule (with Ernestine Pearce)
  • 1999 "(Do The) Spanish Hustle", as Hustle Espanol
  • 1999 "I Need Your Love (Body Music)", as The Rule (with Ernestine Pearce)
  • 1999 "So Bad", as Storm Life (with Ernestine Pearce)
  • 1999 "How Do You Feel", as Met Life (with Cie)
  • 2000 "How Long", as Essence
  • 2000 "(Do The) Spanish Hustle (The Remixes)", as Hustle Espanol
  • 2000 "I Don't Know If I Should Call You Baby", as Definitive (with Luciana Caporaso)
  • 2001 "I Can Cast A Spell", as Disco Tex Presents Cloudburst (with Julian Jonah, Danny Harrison and Shena McSween)
  • 2001 "Time After Time", as High Rise
  • 2006 "Better Than Perfect", as Miami Ice
Production for other artists
  • 1995 Awa Band - "Timba"
  • 1998 Anthony Moriah - "The Reality"
  • 2000 Anthony Moriah - "Whatcha Doing Now?"
  • 2000 Awa Band - "Timba" (re-release)
  • 2001 Awa Band - "Tudo Lindo"
  • 2001 Dajae - "What Do You Want"
  • 2001 Dina Vass - "The Love I Have For You"
  • 2001 Aly-Us - "Follow Me"
Appear on (co-producers and other studio work)
  • 1992 D.O.P. - "Groovy Beat"
  • 1993 D.O.P. - "Oh Yeah"
  • 1993 The Chameleon Project - "The Latin Alliance EP"
  • 1994 Happy Larry's Big Orchestra - "Got The Music"
  • 1994 Congress - "Happy Smiling Faces"
  • 1994 Nush - "U Girls"
  • 1995 Nush - "Move That Body"
  • 2001 Una Mas - "I Will Follow"
  • 2002 Soul Avengers featuring Kat Blu - "I Can't Stop"

Selected Remixes[edit]

See also[edit]