Sam Sharp

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Discography of Sam Sharp:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Twister 2 Audio 2004-02-00 RR Records
2 Twister 3 Audio 2004
3 Deep / In-Deep 2 Audio 2004-10-00 Reset Records (3)
4 Error 3 Audio 2005-03-14 Reset Records (3)
5 Error 2 Audio 2005-04-08 Reset Records (3)
6 Hoover:Craft 2 Audio 2005-11-18 Reset Records (3)
7 One Solid Wave / In-Deep 2 Audio 2005-12-30 Reset Records (3)
8 Hoover / Age Of Love 2 Audio 2006-03-03 Reset Records (3)
9 Twister 2 Audio 2004 Vale Music
10 Roundabout (Sander van Doorn Main Mix) 3 Audio 2009-01-23 Doorn Records
11 Roundabout 2 Audio 2009-02-23 Doorn Records
12 Roundabout (Simon Patterson Remix) 3 Audio 2009-02-27 Doorn Records
13 Deep / In-Deep 2 Audio 2004-09-20 Reset Records (3)
14 Hoover:Craft 2 Audio 2005-12-19 Reset Records (3)
15 Twister 2 Audio 2004 RR Records

Born on the 28th of February 1979, Sam’s passion for music already started at a young age. At the age of 16 though, Sam discovered the thru thrill of making music when he played some records for the first time on 2 really bad turntables! This new hobby was to be expanded with producing when he began experimenting with a drum computer at the age of 17.

This experimenting resulted in a first release a few years later, which was shortly followed by 2 other releases. Not yet satisfied about the results of these songs, Sam began focusing entirely on how to make the productions sound stronger and better. Influenced by techno, trance and progressive, Sam now worked on creating his own distinctive style. Dynamic, drive and climax are the key features of the new Sam Sharp sound.

100% devotion and full-time quality improvement resulted in collaboration with Spinnin’ Records. This has led to successful productions such as remixes on Ron van den Beuken’s "Timeless", E-Graig’s "The Beat Goes On" and Randy Katana's "One Solid Wave" and has led to the debut release "Twister" which has already received massive support!

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