Love Decade

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Love Decade
Also known as Decadance
Origin United Kingdom
Genres Techno, rave
Years active 1991 (1991)–1994 (1994)
Labels All Around the World Productions
Past members Peter Gill
Chris O'Brien
Dave Shaw
Rob Van Winkelen
Jerome Stokes

Love Decade (AKA Decadance) was a British dance/techno/rave project that was formed in 1991 by DJ/remixer and producer Peter Gill, who did most of the production and writing on the singles that were released during its brief career. Among its members in this project included vocalist Jerome Stokes (who would later record with N-Trance as their lead vocalist), MC Chris O'Brien, and dancers Dave Shaw and Rob Van Winkelen.[1]

The group's debut single, "So Real" (which featured Stokes on vocals) would be its highest charted single on UK Singles Chart, peaking at number 14 and earning the act a spot performance on Top of the Pops in 1991, where Stokes sang live. The act's second single (and its only video for), "I Feel You," would feature the vocals of an up-and-coming artist named Abigail, who was credited on the single as Gail.[2]

Singles[edit]

  • "So Real" (#UK 14, 1991)
  • "I Feel You" (featuring Gail) (#UK 34, 1992)
  • "When The Morning Comes" (#UK 69, 1992)
  • "Is This a Dream '96" (#UK 39, 1996)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Love Decade from Discogs
  2. ^ Torreano, Bradley. "Biography: Abigail". Allmusic. Retrieved 18 October 2010. 

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