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Supermax (band)

Supermax
Origin Frankfurt am Main
Genres Reggae, funk, disco
Years active 1975–2011
Labels CBS, Universal, Ariola, WEA, Venus Records
Website www.supermax.cc

Supermax was a project of Austrian musician and producer, Kurt Hauenstein, best known for "Love Machine", a 1977 German #4 single, that peaked at #6 in Switzerland, #9 in Austria and #96 in US.

The members of the band were Kurt Hauenstein, Hans Ochs (guitar), Ken Taylor (bass guitar), Lothar Krell (keyboards), Peter Koch (drums) and the singers Cee Cee Cobb and Jean Graham. Later, Bernadet Onore Eben and Jessica Hauenstein, the daughter of Kurt Hauenstein, joined the group as backing vocal singers. In 1981, Supermax toured as the first mixed-race band through South Africa. Despite warnings and death threats, Supermax finished the tour, but this made some countries refuse permits for entry, and consequently the group was black-listed by some political organizations.

Discography

  • 1976: Don't Stop the Music
  • 1977: World of Today
  • 1979: Fly with Me
  • 1980: Types of Skin
  • 1981: Meets the Almighty
  • 1983: Electricity
  • 1986: Something in My Heart
  • 1988: Just Before the Nightmare
  • 1990: World of TomorrowHansa
  • 1992: Tha Max Is Gonna Kick Ya
  • 1993: One and All
  • 1995: 3 Club-CDs: Spirits of Love, Living in a World, Magnetic Rhythm
  • 1997: Supermax – 20th Anniversary
  • 1998: "YAKU" Total Immigration
  • 2001: Terminal 2002
  • 2007: Remaxed Vol. 1
  • 2007: Remaxed Vol. 2
  • 2008: Supermax - Best Of
  • 2009: ЗЕМЛЯНЕ & SUPERMAX

External links

  • Official web site
  • Discogs
  • AllMusic
  • Myspace
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