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Moony

Moony

[moo-nee]

Moony (real name Monica Bragato) is a musician from Italy known for the many dance tracks coming from her debut album Lifestories. Among the notable singles from the album are "Dove (I'll Be Loving You)", "Acrobats", and "This Is Your Life".

Raised in Venice, Moony was first noticed singing in the Venetian club scene and was tapped to do vocals for a number of songs by DJ and producer Cristiano Spiller. The first single was "Positive", in 1998, sampled from the "Physical", song of Olivia Newton-John, and the second single with Spiller was "Batucada", from 1999, fresh latino house tune. She also features in the project Angel Moon in the song "He's All I Want", released in 1998. Her first collaboration was "Point of View" as part of the group DB Boulevard.This song was inspired by the song released in 1999 by Phoenix (french band) - Heatwave. In poor words they resampled the instrumental version, and put the lyrics on. That song became popular across the European dance music scene and earned DB Boulevard the distinction of being the first Italian music group to be nominated in the MTV Europe Music Awards. From there on, she launched her solo music career by producing her debut album Lifestories, which was released in 2003.

In June 2006, Moony released a new single titled "For Your Love".

Discography

Albums

Singles

  • "Dove (I'll be loving you)" (2002) #9 UK
  • "Acrobats (Looking for balance)" (2003) #62 UK
  • "This Is Your Life" (2003)
  • "Butterfly" promo only (2005)
  • "For Your Love" (2006)
  • "I Don't Know Why" (2008) new single

Featurings

  • Spiller - "Positive" (1998)
  • Angel Moon - "He's All I Want" (1998)
  • Spiller - "Batucada" (1999)
  • DB Boulevard - "The Point Of View" (2002)
  • DB Boulevard - "Believe" (back vocals)(2002)
  • T&F vs Moltosugo - "Defact" (2005)

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