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Sunblock (band)

Sunblock
Origin Sweden
Genres Electronic
Years active 2005-07
Members Magnus Nordin
Martin Pihl

Sunblock were a Swedish electronic music group, consisting of Magnus Nordin and Martin Pihl with dancers Oksana Andersson, Rebecca Simonsson and Pernilla Lundberg being the focal point of the group.[1]

Contents

  • Musical career 1
  • Discography 2
    • Albums 2.1
    • Singles 2.2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Musical career

The group remixed the Baywatch official theme "I'm Always Here" in 2006.

Their second single "First Time" is a remix of the 1988 hit song by Robin Beck. The original song featured on Coca Cola adverts in the late '80s.

Sunblock's third single is a cover of a 1995 single by Corona called "Baby Baby" and features the original singer (Sandy Chambers).

Discography

Albums

Singles

Year Title Chart positions Album
UK AUS AUT DEN FIN IRL NED SWE
2006 "I'll Be Ready" 4 32 36 8 6 12 12 I'll Be Ready: The Album
"First Time" (featuring Robin Beck) 9 6 10 13 32
2007 "Baby Baby" (featuring Sandy) 16 4 14 99 13 TBA

References

  1. ^ Sunblock, Last FM, retrieved 11 January 2014

External links

  • Jukebo video clips
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