Roger Goode

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Roger Goode
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Roger Goode (right)
Background information

Roger Goode is a South African DJ who rose to local fame for his first single "In The Beginning", which featured on 5FM's Top 40. This later led to him being signed up with a local dance record label, SheerDance, under which he released his first album, Coming Up for Air in 2001.

"In The Beginning" prompted Purple Eye Records to approach Goode, who allowed Ferry Corsten to remix the track, which went on to the UK Singles Chart (#33, 2002)[1] and MTV's Music Video Chart. At 21, Goode was signed to Pete Tong's London Records, who promoted "In The Beginning" in the Buzz Chart, and showcased the track on Danny Rampling's Weekly Top 10.

Goode performs most Saturdays on 5FM's evening dance segment, The Saturday Surgery.


Albums (solo)[edit]

  • 2001 Coming Up for Air

Compilation Albums[edit]

  • 2008 Pandora's Box

Singles (solo)[edit]

  • 2002 In the Beginning

Single appearances[edit]

Featured in:

  • 2001 Trancedome
  • 2002 Wild, Vol. 16
  • 2002 Trance Central
  • 2002 The Very Best of Ferry Corsten
  • 2002 Sleazeball
  • 2002 Phonsynthesis
  • 2002 Hands to Heaven
  • 2002 Global Transmissions 2
  • 2002 Clubbers' Guide to Ibiza 2002
  • 2002 Chilled Ibiza, Vol. 3
  • 2002 Chemical Generation
  • 2003 Extended Engagement
  • 2004 Simmer

Mr Goode has been hosting the 5fm afternoon drivetime show since 2014 after Gareth Cliff quit his morning show and DJ Fresh took over the morning show


  1. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 231. ISBN 1-904994-10-5. 

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