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Petra Luna (debut)

by Petra Luna

Late 90's Latin Ero Dance/Pop music.
Genre: Electronic: Dance
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  Song Share Time Download
1. We Can Do Better
4:15 album only
2. Hate Machine
3:53 album only
3. Hands Up
3:58 album only
4. Termoelectrico
4:18 album only
5. Morning Dew
4:55 album only
6. Let Me Know
4:11 album only
7. Corazon
3:25 album only
8. The Right Idea
4:02 album only
9. Once In This Life
3:41 album only
10. You Used To Say
4:19 album only
11. We Tried
4:13 album only
12. Memories With You
3:59 album only


Album Notes
This is the Debut CD from “Petra Luna”, self titled. This is a really fun CD. It was produced in Germany and was released in 1999. Primarily this collection has a EUROBEAT DANCE/POP feel.

A current biography of Petra Luna can be found at PETRALUNA.com

Her new CD “Empowerment” is available here at CDBaby!

Brief descriptions of the producers for this CD are given below, Enjoy!

ROBERTO ROTH, Executive Producer

Roberto Roth was born into the music business. His parents were the famous German singing duo “Adam & Eve” who dominated the German music scene in the 70’s and early 80’s. Roberto has been a musician his entire life. He plays the piano and the guitar and also happens to be a very good singer. Born in Germany and having lived in the U.S. for 12 years he speaks fluent German and English.
Roberto attended Bonn High School in Bonn, Germany where he studied Music Ballet and General Education. He then went on to be a music major at Bonn College. Following college he spent two years in the German Armed Forces. After his years of service he jumped right back into the music business. At first he worked for his parents performing writing and production duties. His other responsibilities included composition and organization of performances and overseeing sound checks, lighting, wardrobe and road crews.
He eventually felt the need to venture out on his own and ended up in Köln, Germany working for Homeyer & Weber Studios. There he performed production duties and his talents as an engineer started being utilized. At Homeyer & Weber he was responsible for sorting out compositions for future productions, composing musical arrangements, coordinating studio musicians and handling sales. From there he ventured to Cape Town, South Africa where he worked for UCA Studios as a producer and engineer on various commercials for radio and television. His responsibilities also included video production, the releasing of publicity photos, arranging wardrobe and sales. He returned home for a year and soon set his sights on the U.S.
Roberto moved to Chicago from Germany and joined forces with Hayassam Boumoujahed (Sam) to start his own recording studio, Supersound Production and Recording Studio. By 1994 the studio had expanded into a new location as a 24 track, full production and recording facility. Roberto held the top engineer position and performed all maintenance and tech duties. During this time Roberto engineered and produced album projects and corporate commercials and had a very large client base. Inevitably, his talents pulled him into bigger opportunities overseas.
Upon returning to Germany, Roberto was offered the position of engineer and studio manager of Adam Schairer Music Productions in Henneff, Germany, a multi-million dollar digital facility. His other functions were to work as a musical director and producer for German Schlager (pop) celebrities. He also worked with people like Dieter Deirks, producer of the Scorpions, and Connie Plank, producer of the Eurythmics (Annie Lennox). In Germany he to co-produced a top selling single with American artist Petra Luna released on Manifold Records and also co-wrote and produced her debut self titled album “Petra Luna”. Before leaving Germany he also worked as a freelance sound engineer and producer on contract with Edition Sieg-Ton Musikverlags GmbH (Inc.).
Roberto Roth now lives and works in Los Angeles as a freelance engineer and producer. He is still involved with Petra Luna having produced two songs along with mastering her new CD titled “Empowerment”.


Peter B. Herrmann: one of Germany’s finest musicians. He is the man people call to get the job done right. He has worked with names like Harold Faltermayer, who produced artists like Glen Frey and movie soundtracks like Top Gun and Beverly Hills Cop 1&2, and Frank Farian producer of La Bouche, No Mercy and Millie Vanilli. Some of Herrmann’s other projects include Claudia Jung, EMI Records, who placed a gold single and platinum album under his credit; P’Cock, Warner Records; Nadine Norell, East-West Records and Izabel Varel, BMG Records. He co-produced and/or arranged 8 titles for Petra Luna’s debut CD.

Ray Clarke and Eric Del Mar: This production duo is pumping out dance tracks on a continuous basis all over Europe. They are also a driving force in the German dance scene. Some of the projects they have worked on include names like Ultimate, X/ITE and Detune, under Labels like Warner Brothers, 2YX and Edel. Their first project with Petra Luna was a dance single entitled “Whatever”, released on Manifold/Compile Records in September of 1997. The single should be available in the U.S.A. later this year. This duo co-produced two high-energy dance tracks for the debut CD.

Oliver Raschke: a young ambitious musician with 10 years experience in the business. He specializes in programming and wave form synthesis. His biggest break came from his work with the German new age group Treu Deutsch-Universe. He is currently working on his own debut album of experimental synthesis pop set for release next year on his own indie label. Oliver’s contribution to the debut CD titled “Hands Up” is a slammin' dance cut which provided Petra with the perfect track to feature her Chicago based group’s singer/dancers at the time.



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