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What Is Mr. 6's Theme Song


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They 're running a look-a-like promotion here at Six Flags Great America so He's been dancing on every news show all day. Playing the tune all day. Perfect example of hitting the "music lotto". Here's the story;

 

Dance-pop troupe the Vengaboys was originally formed by Spanish DJs Danski and Delmundo, who performed live under the name between 1992 and 1996, additionally scoring a handful of underground club hits. During the summer of 1996 the duo was joined by singers/dancers Kim, Robin, Roy and Denice, all of whom became full-time members of the group; with Danski and Delmundo locked in the studio, the four vocalists toured Europe under the Vengaboys name, followed in 1997 by the release of the single "Up and Down." The follow-up "We Like to Party! (The Vengabus)" appeared in 1998, shortly trailed by the full-length The Party Album. The single "Kiss When the Sun Don't Shine" followed in early 2000.

 

I wonder if they licensed the use or are getting a royalty. Probably licensed without knowing how big the ad campaign was going to be.

 

Sly :cool:

Whasineva ehaiz, ehissgot ta be Funky!
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Originally posted by Groovepusher Sly:

They 're running a look-a-like promotion here at Six Flags Great America so He's been dancing on every news show all day. Playing the tune all day. Perfect example of hitting the "music lotto". Here's the story;

 

Dance-pop troupe the Vengaboys was originally formed by Spanish DJs Danski and Delmundo, who performed live under the name between 1992 and 1996, additionally scoring a handful of underground club hits. During the summer of 1996 the duo was joined by singers/dancers Kim, Robin, Roy and Denice, all of whom became full-time members of the group; with Danski and Delmundo locked in the studio, the four vocalists toured Europe under the Vengaboys name, followed in 1997 by the release of the single "Up and Down." The follow-up "We Like to Party! (The Vengabus)" appeared in 1998, shortly trailed by the full-length The Party Album. The single "Kiss When the Sun Don't Shine" followed in early 2000.

 

I wonder if they licensed the use or are getting a royalty. Probably licensed without knowing how big the ad campaign was going to be.

 

Sly :cool:

Another answer for my ,.......can a european have a smash hit in the states thread.

 

The Venga boys are made up by dutch people. Main guy : Wessel van Diepen who became a multi millionaire.

 

He made up the Spanish DJs also. This is purely a product from a dutch mind,./..... Everything is fake,...even the spanish DJs. Wessel van diepen is the man. http://www.djfanclub.nl/nieuws/images/011225_2.jpg

Wessel van Diepen

Fan, nu pissar jag taggtråd igen. Jag skulle inte satt på räpan.

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