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Dario G

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Carnaval de Paris Dario G 03:52
Sunchyme Dario G 06:19
Sunchyme Dario G 03:55
Sunchyme Dario G 03:55
Carnaval de Paris Dario G 05:07
Dream To Me Dario G 03:08
Voices (From "The Beach") Dario G 05:19
Sunchyme Dario G 08:29
Real Love x Sunchyme (feat. Jess Glynne) [VIP Mash-up] Clean Bandit, Dario G, Jess Glynne 03:39
Heaven Is Closer (Feels Like Heaven) : Heaven Is Closer (Feels Like Heaven) Dario G, Mythos 'n DJ Cosmo 03:04

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The Cheshire-originating UK dance trio Dario G originally comprising Scott Rosser, Stephen Spencer, and Paul Spencer are best known for their 1997 hit "Sunchyme," which was built around a sample of "Life in a Northern Town" by the Dream Academy and made it into the top five in several European countries. The sports-obsessed group, who took its name from the long-serving manager of local football team Crewe Alexandra, scored their own unofficial World Cup anthem in 1998 with follow-up single "Carnaval de Paris," which reached number three and was later re-released for the 2002 World Cup. Their debut album Sunmachine arrived that year, with the LP's final single "Voices" (number 37) featured on The Beach soundtrack, which led to a nomination for Best Dance Act at the MTV European Music Awards. A line-up change saw the group re-emerge in 2001 with a new full-time vocalist, Ingfrid Straumstoyl, minus Stephen Spencer, and bag another top ten single with their Cranberries-hooked comeback effort "Dream to Me." A second album arrived in 2001, In Full Colour, and a rework of Fiction Factory's "Feels Like Heaven," titled "Heaven Is Closer," in 2003. In 2006, their cover of Johnny Cash's "Ring of Fire" became an anthem for Liverpool fans during the 2005-2006 Champions League season. Hola, album number three, landed in 2020, and a new collaborative single with Sonique, "Keep On Lovin" emerged in 2021.