|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Move It||4||Audio||1988||4th & Broadway|
|2||Move It||2||Audio||1988||4th & Broadway|
|3||Feel So Good / Move It||4||Audio||1988||G Records (6)|
Before computers ruled the world, Cesare Marcher was performing turntable duties on a variety of releases, adding live mix-blending, beats and scratches for the likes of KLF, Adrian Sherwood, Alien Sex Fiend, Psychic TV, Zeus B Held and was spinning all over London's clubland.
Using his trademark cross-genre style, he went on to remix and session-DJ on many late '80s dance releases and perform in clubs around the world. It was around this time that he formed part of the Gee Street Records production team, which under different group names and member combinations, was responsible for most of the label's early releases including remixes for the US artists licenced at that time. Today he also writes music for games, film and TV.