|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Fifteen Years||50||Audio||2006-10-16||Ministry Of Sound|
Marc's first rise to DJ stardom happened very quickly in 1994 via his production skills with East 57 Street a collaboration with Julian Jonah and Marco Funari with involvement from Jazz & Groove, which went straight into the Top 20.
Marc was offered his first set at MOS in 1995. It was in 1999 that Marc was then invited to become resident for Ministry of Sounds global tours, which took him to SE America, Europe and Asia. He also hosted the Ministry magazine Saturday morning Saturdays at Space.
In 2003 Ministry of Sound invited Marc to become resident at its flagship and world-renowned venue in South London. This coincided with the launch of the clubs Saturday Sessions night and its first ever compilation album aptly entitled Saturday Sessions that Marc mixed alongside Saville Row founder Jon Carter. It was in the same year that Marc teamed up with Justin Spier in the studio to make one track, the one track being War / Idiot Box.