2012 : Technotronic released a new best Of album, as well as a new version of their 1999 single Like This with Paul Almeida. Technotronic biography was last updated Tue, February 7th 2017.
Pump Up the Jam (also known as Pump Up the Jam: The Album in North America) is the debut studio album by Belgian dance act Technotronic. It was released on 28 November 1989. When it was discovered that model Felly lip-synched to vocals that were actually performed by Belgian emcee Ya Kid K, the album's artwork, which had featured a picture of Felly, was changed to feature Ya Kid K instead. The album reached number 2 on the UK Albums Chart.
Technotronic (started in 1989) was the restless offspring of innovative Belgian producer Jo Bogaert AKA Thomas De Quincey. He had already made his mark on the "Eurobeat" with various high-profile dance concepts such as Nux Nemo and Acts Of Madmen. The track that would later become "Pump Up The Jam" was first released by Bogaert under the alias The Pro 24's in 1989. It featured vocals by Réjane Magloire AKA Reggie. Their third album, "Recall" was released 4 years later and fitted in the Eurodance parameters of the era. It featured the return of Ya Kid K on vocals and the inclusion of Daisy Rollocks AKA Daisy Dee and C. Davis AKA Black Diamond.
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Technotronic are the unique musical talent that unexpectedly pushed house music into the mainstream; with the anthem Pump Up The Ja. Technotronic be performing at Reminisce Festival on Sat 9th Sept at Sherdley Park, St Helens alongside over 120 global acts in 6 Big top arenas - check out the line up on the video below. All info at ww. eminiscefestival.
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