Johnny Vicious

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Johnny Vicious
Birth name John Coles
Also known as Liquid Bass, Noisemaker
Origin Long Branch NJ, New York City, New York
Genres House, Club, Dance
Occupation(s) DJ, remixer and producer
Years active 1989 - present
Labels Vicious Muzik Records
Subversive Records
Ultra Records
Associated acts Judy Albanese

Johnny Vicious (born John Coles) is an American house DJ, producer and remixer. He DJed in New York City clubs Mars and Paladium in the 1980s, and in the early 1990s started his own label, Vicious Muzik Records, with Jeffrey Rodman.

Vicious became widely known for remixing the hits "Kiss You All Over" by No Mercy, "Let's Go All the Way" by React, and "It's Not Right but It's Okay" by Whitney Houston, as well as doing remixes for the compilations Webster Hall Presents: A Groovilicious Night and Ministry of Sound: Club Nation America.[1] He scored one major chart hit, 2005's "Can't Let Go" (featuring Judy Albanese), which hit #4 on the US Dance charts.[2] His remixes have appeared on the hit Ultra.Dance compilations, as well as on the ThriveMix Presents albums, many of which have hit the US album charts.[3]


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  1. ^ Biography,
  2. ^ Billboard Singles,
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Billboard Album Charts,

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