The first CD I got, was actually a present from my dad. Up until that point, I only had LongPlays, and it was all children stuff *but, hey, I was ten*.

The year: 1993
The style: Eurodance
The title: Serenity
The group: Culture Beat [Official website – Deutsch]

Culture Beat - Serenity

Tracklist:
01 Serenity (prolog)
02 Mr. Vain [on Youtube]
03 Got To Get It [on Youtube]
04 World In Your Hands [on Youtube]
05 Adelante! [on Youtube]
06 Rocket To The Moon
07 Anything [on Youtube]
08 Key To Your Heart [on Youtube]
09 The Other Side Of Me [on Youtube]
10 The Hurt
11 Mother Earth [on Youtube]
12 Serenity (epilog) [on Youtube]

About the band:
Culture Beat is a German Eurodance project formed in 1989 by Torsten Fenslau. The act has gone through a number of line-up changes over the years; they achieved the most success whilst fronted by singer Tania Evans and rapper Jay Supreme. Their 1993 single “Mr. Vain” was a number 1 hit in at least nine European countries, and the act is thought to have sold more than 10 million records worldwide. [more on Wikipedia]

featured video: Adelante!

In the 90s, specially early 90s, it was all about dance music. But I was actually stuck on other type of music *that’s a whole other post* when I got this CD. A while later, I started listening to Jovem Pan FM, and that’s when dance mania began for me.

I’ve bought a gazillion CDs of dance music, but this one is the most special… It was my first CD.

*Tks to Chiieminha and her blog post*