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Bimbo Jones

Bimbo Jones
Also known as Dead Stereo, Element, Miami Calling
Origin London, United Kingdom
Genres Electronic dance music
Years active 2006 (2006)–present
Website
Members Lee Dagger
Marc JB
Katherine Ellis

Bimbo Jones is a UK dance music group comprising producers Lee Dagger and Marc JB and vocalist Katherine Ellis. Known for their remix work and white label releases, they produced a remix of Meck's 2006 UK No. 1 single "Thunder in My Heart Again". They also produce under the aliases of Dead Stereo, Element, and Miami Calling. The duo is extremely prolific, but many of their songs remain unreleased.[1]

Discography

Albums

  • Harlem One Stop

Singles

  • "Harlem One Stop" [2008]
  • "Don't Want Me No More" [2008]
  • "And I Try" (feat. Katherine Ellis) [2009]
  • "Freeze" [2009]
  • "Sweet Like Chocolate" (vs. Sharon Woolfe)
  • "Questions?" [2010]
  • "See You Later" (feat. Ida Corr) [2012]
  • "Everything that I Got" (feat. Kristine W) [2012]

Remixography

No. 1s on Billboards Hot Dance Airplay Chart

  • Ciara featuring Missy Elliott - 1,2 Step
  • Hilary Duff - With Love
  • Natasha Bedingfield - These Words
  • Pink - U & Ur Hand
  • Plumb - In My Arms
  • Pink - So What

No. 1s on Billboards Hot Dance Club Songs Chart

  • Bimbo Jones - And I try
  • Britney Spears - Piece of Me
  • Hilary Duff - With Love
  • Janet Jackson featuring Khia - So Excited
  • Jessica Simpson - These Boots Are Made For Walkin'
  • Jesse McCartney - Leavin'
  • Kimberly Locke - Band of Gold
  • Plumb - In My Arms
  • The Pussycat Dolls - Hush Hush;Hush Hush
  • Lady Gaga - Alejandro
  • Kristine W - Everything That I Got

References

  • Myspace

External links

  • Discogs
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