Camarco

Tom Andkjær


Discography of Camarco:

# 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
8 Camarco 13 Audio 1997
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
13 Nobody 3 Audio 2000 CMC


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").


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