|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Miért||3||Audio||1997-00-00||Not On Label|
|3||Jöjj Vissza Vándor||3||Audio||2001|
|7||Csak A Vágy||10||Audio||2000|
|9||Ki Bánja Meg||2||Audio||2003|
|10||Mért Legyek Jó?||8||Audio||1991||Pepita|
|11||Van Másik Út - Best Of||19||Audio||2004||Lazlo Co.|
|12||Szerelemből Buktam El||3||Audio||2003|
|13||Vallomás (Érzem, Hogy Rád Vártam Rég)||3||Audio||2002|
Born: May 7, 1965, Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian female singer, who became known abroad anteriorly than in her native land. She toured with Express in the Soviet Union, what was followed by more appearances in several European countries. In her homeland she sang Diana Ross's, Aretha Franklin's and Whitney Houston's hits in the most famous disco club of Hungary, where the members of two successful Hungarian rock bands, V'Moto Rock and Z'Zi Labor noticed her. She recorded her first single with V'Moto Rock. This song won the Best Foreign Women Award in the spring 1988 at the Lyra Festival, Bratislava, Slovakia. In this same year she entered with Z'Zi Labor the Interpop Song Contest broadcasted by the Hungarian Television. Anita's song won this contest and she became famous in her homeland as well. After this she recorded her first album, followed by others in the subsequent years.
Co-founder of A3 Television in 1994, she had been the musical editor and presenter of MSat Television from 1996 to 1999.