Reset (eurodance band)

Reset (eurodance band)

Infobox musical artist
Name = Reset

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Origin = Scandinavia
Genre = Eurodance Dance
Years_active = 2000?
Current_members = "Thomas" "Stig" "Camilla"

Reset is a eurodance band from Scandinavia.

Their songs are in an uplifting tempo, bass-driven and feature lyrics about issues such as love, relationships and partying. The female artist "Camilla" (name and origin unknown) sings, with a male occasionally rapping lyrics is typical early-2000s Eurodance style.

Their tracks can be heard on the Eurodance channel of internet radio broadcaster, including the tracks "Blue" [] and "Don't Forget My Love" [] .


tudio albums

*"Play" (2000) []
# Play
# Get Me
# Baby Love
# Blue
# Do Anything You Wanna Do
# Makin' Me Feel
# Ride Like the Wind
# Oh What A Day
# All About Love
# Don't Forget My Love
# I Don't Know
# Svalbard Theme
# Get Me (Club Mix)
# Blue (Bigstone Strobe Mix)


External Links

* [ Interview with Reset]

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