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No More (i Cant Stand It) - Maxx - To The Maxximum (Cassette, Album)

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  • Tulabar
    says:
    Jun 15,  · To the Maxximum is the debut album by the German Eurodance project Maxx. The album was first released in June in Germany via Blow Up and Intercord. The album was also released in Scandinavia 5/5(3).
  • Nektilar
    says:
    Maxx is a German Eurodance project that was internationally successful in the mids with the hit singles "Get-A-Way", "No More (I Can't Stand It)" and "You Can Get It". The name 'Maxx' is a special acronym for Maximum Xstasy.
  • Arashigrel
    says:
    To the Maxximum is the debut album by the German Eurodance project Maxx. The album was first released in June in Germany via Blow Up and Intercord. The album was also released in Scandinavia via Remixed Records and in the UK via Pulse 8 records. The hits "Get-A-Way", "No More (I Can't Stand It)" and "You Can Get It" are all featured on the album.
  • Galrajas
    says:
    Because our MP3s have no DRM, you can play it on any device that supports MP3, even on your iPod! KBPS stands for kilobits per second and the number of KBPS represents the audio quality of the MP3s. Here's the range of quality: kbps = good, kbps = great, kbps = .
  • Yozshule
    says:
    There are two artists that use this name: 1) Maxx (short for Max-imum X-tasy) is a '90s eurodance duo act best known in Europe for the hits "Get-A-Way," "No More (I Can't Stand It)" and "You Can Get It". The act was first formed in Berlin, Germany in by music producer Juergen Wind (George Torpey) and music executive David Brunner (The Hitman).
  • Got
    says:
    I always loved Maxx's music. The tracks I always used to remember from this artist was Get-A-Way and No More. But, I bought this album to see if there was any other tracks they made that would stand out for me, and I found out that there certainly was. There was about 5 more /5(15).
  • Fetilar
    says:
    To the Maxximum, an Album by Maxx. Released in on Quality (catalog no. QCD ; CD). Genres: Eurodance, Hip House.
  • Jugrel
    says:
    To The Maxximum Part I Music By, Lyrics By – Dakota O'Neil*, George Torpey, The Hitman (3) A2: To The Maxximum Part II Music By, Lyrics By – Dakota O'Neil*, George Torpey, The Hitman (3) A3: No More (I Can't Stand It).
  • Zuktilar
    says:
    Jun 29,  · To the Maxximum is the debut album by the German Eurodance project Maxx. The album was first released in June in Germany via Blow Up and Intercord. The album was also released in Scandinavia /5(8).
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