|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Boom Boom (Let's Go Back To My Room)||4||Audio||1996||Dance Pool|
|2||I Promise Myself / Boom Boom||4||Audio||1996|
|3||Boom Boom (Let's Go Back To My Room)||3||Audio||1996|
|4||I Promise Myself / Boom Boom||8||Audio||1996||DPD (Dance Pool Denmark)|
|5||Camarco||15||Audio||1997||DPD (Dance Pool Denmark)|
|6||Love The Way||7||Audio||1997||Dance Pool|
|7||I Promise Myself||5||Audio||1996|
|9||When Stars Are Out (Remix)||2||Audio||2000||CMC Records A/S|
|10||Boom Boom (Let's Go Back To My Room)||2||Audio||1996||DPD (Dance Pool Denmark)|
|11||How Could I Lose You||3||Audio||2000||CMC Records A/S|
|12||Boom Boom||4||Audio||Not On Label|
Camarco was born in Rio de Janeiro but brought up in Denmark. He had a hit in 1996 with "Boom Boom (Let's Go Back To My Room)" (a cover of [a=Paul Lekakis]'s 1986 hit) which was a top 5 hit in Denmark and a top 3 hit in Brazil. Later he toured Mexico and Spain too. Released a self-titled album in 1997, but shortly after the label Dance Pool shut down.
In 1999 he signed to CMC Records and a year later he released the album "Based On a True But Simple Story" produced by [a=Dreamworld], [a=Robin Rex] and [a=Panman & Ace].
Camarco also had a short-lived acting career. In 1994 he was the bartender on the game show "Man O Man" and subsequently the host of the dating show "Party Uartig". In 1998 he starred in 50 episodes of the soap opera "Hvide Løgne" ("White Lies").