|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Saturday Night (Remixes)||4||Audio||1997||CDL - Cologne Dance Label|
|2||Saturday Night||4||Audio||1997||CDL - Cologne Dance Label|
|3||Sweet Kisses||5||Audio||1996||CDL - Cologne Dance Label|
|4||Blue Jeans||5||Audio||1996||CDL - Cologne Dance Label|
|6||Blue Jeans (New French Hit Version)||2||Audio||1996||CDL - Cologne Dance Label|
|7||Scandy Randy (House Mixes)||3||Audio||1996||CDL - Cologne Dance Label|
|8||Blue Jeans (Drop Your Pants) (Summer Party Mix)||4||Audio||1996||CDL - Cologne Dance Label|
|10||Wake Up!||2||Audio||1998||CDL - Cologne Dance Label|
|11||Saturday Night||5||Audio||1997||Max Music|
|12||Scandy Randy||4||Audio||1995||CDL - Cologne Dance Label|
|13||Scandy Randy (Remixes)||3||Audio||1996|
|14||Wake Up!||5||Audio||1998||CDL - Cologne Dance Label|
|15||Sweet Kisses||5||Audio||1997||Max Music (Mexico)|
|16||Blue Jeans||2||Audio||1997||Max Music|
|17||Blue Jeans||5||Audio||1997||Max Music|
|18||Sweet Kisses||5||Audio||1997||Max Music|
|19||Saturday Night (Remixes)||4||Audio||1997-04-25||CDL - Cologne Dance Label|
|20||Get It Right||3||Audio||1997||CDL - Cologne Dance Label|
|21||Without You (Fan Edition)||6||Audio||1998||EMI Electrola|
|23||Blue Jeans||4||Audio||1996||CDL - Cologne Dance Label|
|24||Hot Ski Teeny||4||Audio||2004-02-02||DA Records|
|25||3 Times||5||Audio||2002||Akropolis Musik & Film GMBH|
|27||Sweet Kisses (The Hit Mixes)||4||Audio||1996||CDL - Cologne Dance Label|
|28||Hot Bikini||3||Audio||2004||DA Records|
|32||Drop Your Pants||14||Audio||1996|
|33||Without You (Limited V.I.P. Edition)||4||Audio||1998||EMI Electrola|
|34||Tamagotchi (Tschoopapa...) (Special Fan Edition)||4||Audio||1997||CDL - Cologne Dance Label|
|35||Drop Your Pants||12||Audio||1996||Audio Max|
Jim Reeves, Nikole Arndt, Andreas Höhnke
The producers of the project are the Bermann Brothers (Amber, She Moves). The original group was Yvonne Spath then Lori (Loretta) Stern (as female vocalist), Jim Reeves (male vocalist and model), and Tee-Jay (dancer).
The hit that started it all was entitled Scandy Randy, released back in 1995. It was so successful that a remixes CD was out on January 27th 1996. The next single to be released was Blue Jeans. On this single Yvonne Spath was replaced by Lori Stern. Lori used to work on Bravo TV.
The third single Sweet Kisses was released on September 3rd 1997 and the Sweet Kisses remixes CD was released on October 11th. Sweet Kisses also became a big hit. Afterwards, Tee-Jay left the group, he was replaced by Marc Theven. The album Drop Your Pants was released on September 3rd 1996, including 12 tracks in a 50's style mixed with a true eurodance beat.
Sadly Marc killed himself so it was a tragic news for the group who had to cancel they tour in Spain. At that time they even didn't know if they would come back.
Finally they did, and released Tamagotchi in September 1997. In the end of 1997 Sqeezer was again near splitting up because a letter written by Marc Theven before his death, claimed that Jim, Lori and the Sqeezer managment was to blame for his death. But Sqeezer again managed not to split up.
Tamagotchi was followed by Without You in 1998 (which ranked number 8 in Germany) before the release of the album Street Life. Their new style sounded more like Backstreet Boys, not as good as the first album. Wake Up was the second single to be released from the new album. Then, they released Wishing You Were Here (which is not featured in the album). At that time Lori left the group because she was interested in becoming an actress, she was replaced by another vocalist called Veronica. They both sing together on the track Lonely Nights, a single which was never released.
2001: after a long silence Sqeezer was back. Jim and Lori were joined by Heidi Goldstein, a model and singer, and the single Remember Summertime was released on September 3rd. Lori also obtained a role in the TV-Serie "Off Road on the channel ARD.
2002: Sqeezer were searching for a new female vocalist, so they organized a big casting with the help of RTL2. Sqeezer will appear at the Smart Aachen Heddesheim Chartparty on the 30th March, at the Osnabrück Festival Radio on the 12th of May, at the Leipzig Stadtfest on the 31th May 2002 and at the Salzgitter Festival Radio on the 28th July 2002. The new single was released on the 25th of November. It was entitled 3 Times.
2003: Sqeezer are back with a new single entitled Hot Ski Teeny. It was chosen as anthem for the German winter show Apres-Ski Hits 2004. It will officially released in January 2004. The new vocalist, Nicky, was chosen during the real-TV program Casting Agentur on Pro7.
2004: Sqeezer released their summer single, called Hot Bikini, which is the same song as Hot Ski Teeny, but with new lyrics.
2006: the project got new members: Andy and Sonjia. A 2006 version of their hit single Blue Jeans was recorded and the video can already be seen. There were rumors according to which Lori Stern did not actually sing, vocals would have been done by Alexandra Prince.