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Jaydee

Period

1993 - current

Genre

house

Jaydee

After radio host and DJ and Robin Albers is sacked in 1992 by his employer the first national radio show playing house music (For Those Who Like To Groove) also comes to an end. Following this, Robin starts a career as an artist and producer under the name Jaydee, and ...
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Members

Robin Albers   producer

Former members

Fernando Buzza   drums
Andre Oorsel   gitaar
Richard Deighton   basgitaar
Joyce Deighton   percussie

Mentioned in the biography of

1986   DJ Gizmo
1992   Jamez
1993   The Sunclub
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Biography Jaydee

After radio host and DJ and Robin Albers is sacked in 1992 by his employer the first national radio show playing house music (For Those Who Like To Groove) also comes to an end. Following this, Robin starts a career as an artist and producer under the name Jaydee, and scores an international dance hit: Plastic Dreams. Over the years the song has become a classic that has sold over half a million copies worldwide. Plastic Dreams also topped the US dance charts.

1981 - 1991

Robin Albers works as a club and radio DJ. He supported the Dutch dance scene by organizing national DJ contests and writing a column in Holland's first dance music magazine Disco Dance. In 1990 he is the first to present a house show on national radio. In 1991 he starts his own label called First Impressions. In 1992 artists such as the Trancesetters (the first alter ego of Dobre & Jamez) and Lords Of Mulu (alias Tom Holkenberg alias Junkie XL) make their debut on the label.

Junkie XL

1992 - 1998

Jaydee When he's sacked by AVRO radio in 1992, Robin continues working as a club owner and home producer. He sells his club in 1995 to be able to fully focus on his music activities. His first official release, the clubhouse track Plastic Dreams, becomes an international hit in 1993. As Jaydee Albers releases singles until 1998, but he also releases material under various other names (Graylock from 1992, Daydream from 1994 and Saqqara Brothers from 1995). In 1996 he and two other producers also start another successful project called the Sunclub.

The Sunclub

1999 - 2002

Although he has stopped releasing singles as Jaydee, remixes of Robin's alter ego, including DJ Dado's Ready Or Not, Jimmy Bo Horne's Spank and Maria Montell's So The Story Goes, still come out. He also keeps working as a club DJ jay, usually abroad (including Prague, Egypt, Switzerland, Portugal, Spain, Russia). Since 1999 he is also resident DJ at the Lunapark parties in club Tropicana in Rotterdam. In 2000 fellow-producer Rob Bolland calls Robin best Dutch producer. As Jaydee he stays active as co-producer for the Sunclub. A new Jaydee album is scheduled for release in 2002.

2003

Robin Albers is credited as one of the writers of the song Love Me, Don't Leave Me, sung by William, a contender in the Dutch Song Contest.

Discography Jaydee

In the discography you will find all recordings that have been released listed chronologically. We restrict ourselves to the title, the type of audio, year of publication or recording, label, list of guest musicians, plus any comments on the issue.

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