Marusha

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Marusha
A woman with earphones on her head raises her left arm while operating a record turntable with her right hand.
Marusha in 2009
Background information
Birth name Marion Aphrodite Gleiß
Born (1966-11-18) November 18, 1966 (age 47)
Origin Nuremberg, West Germany
Genres Techno, happy hardcore, Eurodance, breakbeat
Website www.marusha.de

Marusha, real name Marusha Aphrodite Gleiß (born 18 November 1966) is a German Techno, Happy hardcore, Breakbeat and Eurodance artist/DJ, who was on the hit lists in the mid '90s.

Her greatest hit was the rave version of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" in 1994 (Ger #3, Austria #13, CH #2, NL #6, Italy #20, Belgium (Fl)28), the famous song from the movie The Wizard of Oz. Some other hits were "It takes me away" (Ger #3, 1994), "Raveland" (Ger #29, 1994), "Deep" (Ger #11, 1995), "Unique" (Ger #35, 1995), "Secret" (Ger #92, 1996), "UR life" (Ger #34, 1997), "My best friend" (Ger #73, 1997), "Free love" (Ger #97, 1998) and "Ultimate sound" (Ger #70, 1998). Marusha's career began in 1991 in Berlin with her radio programme "Dancehall" which went out each Saturday on the young people's station DT 64. When DT 64 had to close, Marusha changed the frequency and the name of her show. The Berlin station "Fritz" carried Marusha's "Rave satellite" once a week until 2007. To top this, the media multi-talent Marusha surprised German-speaking television audiences with "Feuerreiter", her TV programme for young people. For 2½ years it was transmitted by ORB and later ARD, and it was considered very popular.

Discography[edit]

12"

  • Rave Channel - June 1992
  • Whatever Turns You - March 1993
  • Go Ahead - Oct 1993
  • Somewhere Over The Rainbow - Jan 1994 / Remix - Feb 1994
  • Over The Rainbow, Mayday Rave Olympia Live EP - May 1994
  • It Takes Me Away - May 1994 / Remix - June 1994
  • Trip To Raveland - Oct 1994 / Remix - Nov. 1994
  • Deep - June 1995 / Remixe - July 1995
  • Unique - Oct 1995 / Remix - November 1995
  • Secret - March 1996 / Remix - April 1996
  • Ur Life - Feb 1997
  • My Best Friend - August 1997
  • Free Love - March 1998
  • Ultimate Sound - November 1998
  • Jet (as Maru – her Drum’n’Bass project) - August 2000
  • Jumpstart - September 2000
  • Touch Base (as Maru) - Jan 2001
  • Chimes (as Maru) - Jan 2001
  • Were here (as Maru) - September 2001
  • Snow In July - Oct 2002
  • Cha Cha Maharadsha - May 2003
  • Kick It (Heat) - September 2007

Album

  • 1994 Raveland (Ger #4)
  • 1995 Wir (Ger #81)
  • 1998 No Hide No Run (Ger #94)
  • 2002 Nonstop (Mix-CD)
  • 2004 Offbeat
  • 2007 Heat

Compilations

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  • Jumpstart - September 2000
  • Touch Base (as Maru) - Jan 2001
  • Chimes (as Maru) - Jan 2001
  • Were here (as Maru) - September 2001
  • Snow In July - Oct 2002
  • Cha Cha Maharadsha - May 2003

Compilations

  • Rave Channel, Mayday - A New Chapter Of House And Techno `92
  • Whatever Turns You On Mayday - The Judgement Day 1993
  • Cardinal Points Of Life, Mayday - Rave Olympia 1994
  • Impressive Collective, Mayday - Reformation 1995
  • Merlin, Mayday - The Great Coalition 1995
  • Bewegungsapparat, Mayday - Mayday X 1996
  • Everybody Electrojack, Mayday - Life On Mars 1996
  • Check Dis Out, Love Parade Let The Sun Shine In Your Heart `97
  • Ravechannel Loveparade 2000

Remixes

  • Suspicious Lovewaves 1994
  • WestBam – Liberation 1994
  • Yves de Ruyter – Yvesday 1995
  • Tom Novy - I House You 1997
  • Bee Gees – World 1998
  • Söhne Mannheims - Dein Glück 2001 Trip To Asia (Movie) - Temple Remix 2007

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