Max-Him

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Max-Him
Genres Italo disco
Past members Florian Fadinger
Mauro Farina
Giuliano Crivellente
Romano Trevisani
Guido Felicani[1][2]

Max-Him was an Italo disco project, fronted by the former manager of German DJ/producer, Sven Väth,[3] Florian Fadinger (May 6, 1960, Munich, Germany — January 16, 2013, Munich, Germany). All of the singing on Max-Him's albums was allegedly done by Italian musician Romano Trevisani, whilst Fadinger was the public image.[1]

In 1985 Max-Him reached 21st place in Germany with the song "Lady Fantasy".[4]

Florian Fadinger died on January 16, 2013, In Munich, Germany[5] from unknown causes. He left behind a wife and six children. He was buried on January 24, 2013; his body was cremated the same day.[5]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • "Roadhouse Blues" (1983)
  • "No Escape" (1984)
  • "Lady Fantasy" (1985) — number 21 in Germany[4][6]
  • "Japanese Girl" (1985) — number 45 in Germany[7][8]
  • "Melanie" (1986)
  • "Danger, Danger" (1986)
  • "Just A Love Affair" (1987)
  • "Lady Fantasy 2003" (2003)

Albums[edit]

  • Danger Danger (1986)

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