Tuesday, 9 August 2011

PAUL LEKAKIS "Fruit Machine" (Original PWL Mixes) 1988 [stock aitken & waterman] 80's Hi-Nrg Eurobeat Disco

80's Hi-Nrg Disco
01-Fruit Machine (Single version) (3.24)  1988
02-Fruit Machine (12'' Master version) (6.31)  1988
Paul Lekakis (born 1966) is a Greek-American actor, model, filmmaker and club music / Hi-NRG singer, who was discovered for his musical and dancing skills at a nightclub while on assignment as a model in Italy.

His debut single, "Boom Boom (Let's Go Back to My Room)" was released in 1987.
The hit version was produced by the Italo-disco producers Miki Chieregato, Tom Hooker and Roberto Turatti, with additional production by Ric Wake. The song was originally released on ZYX Records and peaked at #43 on the Billboard Hot 100, #60 on the UK Singles Chart, #2 in Canada and #1 on the Pop charts in Australia and Japan.
This single received attention for its explicit lyrics (Boom boom boom / Let's go back to my room / Where we can do it all night / And you can make me feel right) and is Lekakis' best-known song. This led to a recording contract with Sire Records, who released his debut album Tattoo It in 1990. The album included the Top 20 Hot Dance Club Play hit, "My House."

Lekakis sang the title track to the British film The Fruit Machine, which was released in 1988. In the US, the film was re-named Wonderland. This song was produced by Stock Aitken Waterman.

Lekakis has since had significant success in the dance music genre with the club hits "Let It Out," "Assume the Position," and "(I Need A) Vacation."


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