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Артист: Chicane Название: Offshore Год выхода: 1997 Язык: English О видео клипе: Chicane is a British electronic dance music act, and the guise of British musician, composer and record
producer, Nicholas Bracegirdle.Chicane is known for the singles "Offshore", an Ibiza dance anthem included in many compilations in both chill-out and
dance versions; "Saltwater", which featured vocals by Clannad member Mire Brennan and is one of the most well-known and popular singles of the trance
genre; and the UK number-one hit Don't Give Up", featuring vocals by Bryan Adams, which became a top ten hit on singles charts across Europe and
Eventually, Bracegirdle founded his own record label, Modena Records, which holds the rights to all his songs and licenses them to other labels for
release and distribution. A partnership with Leo Elstob produced the first Disco Citizens single, "Right Here Right Now", in 1995, as well as the
first Chicane single, "Offshore", in 1996. "Offshore" would be the first of Chicane's many releases on edel UK Records and independent UK dance
music record label Xtravaganza Recordings, then-newly founded by DJ and Bracegirdle's college friend Alex Gold. It reached #12 on the UK Singles
Chart (and #1 on other UK-based charts compiled by Mixmag, Record Mirror, and others), the top 40 in multiple European countries, and #5 on the US
Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Playcharts in 1997 upon re-release.Its inclusion on numerous Ibiza-themed trance music compilation albums(such as Caf
del Mar) attest to its popularity in the nightclubson the island, one of the worldwide epicenters of dance music."Sunstroke", the follow-up single,
attained similar popularity and chart numbers. A third single, "Offshore '97" (a separate item from the re-release of "Offshore") was actually a
mashup of "Offshore" with the vocal track from the Power Circle song "A Little Love, a Little Life", mixed by producer and DJ Anthony Pappa.
Originally a bootleg, it was turned into an official release, credited to "Chicane with Power Circle".