|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Give It Time||2||Audio||2005-07-00||D:vision Records|
|2||Give It Time||2||Audio||2005-12-00||D:vision Records|
|3||Give It Time||4||Audio||2005||Submental Records|
|4||Give It Time||7||Audio||2005||ZYX Music|
|5||Play My Music||6||Audio||2007-03-30||D:vision Records|
|6||Born To Be Free||4||Audio||2010-05-18||Off Limits|
|7||Boney M Remix 2005||13||Audio||2005-04-08||Crisler|
|8||Cloud N°9||6||Audio||2010-06-16||Off Limits|
|9||This Is Me||15||Audio||2009-05-15||Off Limits|
|10||Welcome To My World||3||Audio||2013||JB Production|
The talented [a=Sandra Chambers] AKA [a=Sandy], born in the United Kingdom, was one of the greatest voices of Eurodance in the 90's. She first joined the DWA (Dance World Attack) team as a backing vocalist. At that time, the DWA team included Italo-maestro [a=Roberto Zanetti] along his protégé [a=William Naraine] AKA [a=Double You] and [a=Alessia Aquilani] AKA [a=Alexia]. Sandra soon started doing her own solo sessions under the projects [a=Netzwerk] and [a=Babyroots]. In 1994 she released a single under her own name for the [l=Lupomannaro] label ("Everybody's Dancing"), followed by another one for DWA in 1995 ("Bad Boy"). The last one actually became a big hit in Europe and Canada. During that same year, she took over the vocals for two major dance acts, formerly featuring [a=Giovanna Bersola] AKA [a=Jenny B.](who left the dance industry for a short period to do a jazz album): [a=J.K.] and [a=Corona]. These amazingly popular acts elevated Sandy to a new level, bringing her more and more jobs in the music industry. She sung and wrote music together with the Italo legends like [a=Roberto Zanetti], [a=Larry Pignagnoli], [a=Davide Riva], [a=Roberto Turatti], [a=Alberto Carpani], [a=Annerley Gordon], [a=Clara Moroni] and many, many others. During the mid-90s she took part in production of an incredible number of top quality Italo Dance tracks. She also launched a new career in jazz music, and did commercials for TV and radio.
Sandy left the [a=Corona] project in 1998. She had a baby and limited time left to release records. However, the new millennium resurrected her interest in dance music. Sandra started working for [A=Roby Benvenuto]'s company, recording many dance tracks for markets other than Italian. Her new songs were published mostly on compilations. She established new connections with X-Energy team, doing tracks with [a=Marco Benassi] AKA [a=Benny Benassi] (from the world hit "Satisfaction").