Massada (2)

Also known as Masada
Members of Massada (2): Chris Latul, Eppy Manuhutu, Frans Eschauzier, Fred Berkemeier, Johnny Manuhutu, Nino Latuny, Peter Kuyt, Rudy de Queljoe, Usje Sabander, Walther Sell, Zeth Mustamu
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.massada.nu/, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massada_(latin-rock_band)

Discography of Massada (2):

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Pusaka 8 Audio 1980 Kendari Records
2 Baru 8 Audio 1981 Ariola
3 Dansa (Don't Quit Dancing) 2 Audio 1978 Kendari Records
4 Astaganaga 7 Audio 1978
5 Sajang É 2 Audio 1980 Kendari Records
6 Pukul Tifa 7 Audio 1979 Kendari Records
7 Unknown Destination 2 Audio 1979 Kendari Records
8 Feelin' Lonely 2 Audio 1979
9 Arumbai / Air Mata Tumpa 2 Audio 1979
10 Feelin' Lonely 2 Audio 1979
11 Arumbai / Air Mata Tumpa 2 Audio 1979
12 Pusaka 8 Audio 1980 Ariola
13 Latin Dance 2 Audio 1978 Kendari Records
14 Unknown Destination 2 Audio 1979
15 Pukul Tifa 7 Audio 1980 Polydor
16 Unknown Destination 3 Audio 1979 Kendari Records
17 I Never Had A Love Like This Before 2 Audio 1980 Kendari Records
18 Pukul Tifa 7 Audio 1979 VIP (2)
19 Vahevala 2 Audio 1986 RCA
20 Astaganaga 7 Audio 1978 Polydor
21 Sajang É 2 Audio 1980
22 Arumbai / Air Mata Tumpa 2 Audio 1979 Polydor
23 I Never Had A Love Like This Before 2 Audio 1980 Kendari Records
24 Sageru 2 Audio 1980
25 Astaganaga 7 Audio 1978 Music-Box
26 Vahevala 4 Audio 1986 RCA
27 Hollands Goud 20 Audio 2004 CNR Records
28 In Your Eyes 2 Audio 1981 Ariola
29 Astaganaga 7 Audio Telstar (2)
30 De Beste Van Massada 9 Audio 1984 Sky
31 Astaganaga 7 Audio 1978 Rossil Records
32 Sajangé And Many Other Hits 18 Audio 1994 Sky
33 Pukul Tifa 7 Audio 1979 Lotus Records (4)
34 Arumbai / Unknown Destination 2 Audio 1979 VIP Records


Dutch Funk/Latin/Pop band with a Moluccan background. Formed in 1973, consisting of [a=Johnny Manuhutu] (Vocals, Percussion), [a=Eppy Manuhutu] (Percussion), [a=Zeth Mustamu] (Percussion), [a=Chris Latul] (Guitar), [a=Usje Sabander] (Bass Guitar), [a=Nino Latuny] (Guitar), [a=Frans Eschauzier] (Keyboards). Later on, in 1975 [a423482] (Percussion) reinforced the band. Their first succes came in 1978, with the hitsingle "Latin Dance" and the album "Astaganaga". After a few years of success, the band stopped recording in 1986, due to declining success. In many variations, [a=Massada (2)] kept on playing throughout the country.


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