Italian house act Black Box primarily comprised a trio known as the Groove Groove Melody production team. They helmed dozens of singles each year at their peak. In 1989, they debuted as Black Box with "Ride on Time," a smash in Italy and a number one hit in the U.K. despite the original version's uncredited sample of Loleatta Holloway's "Love Sensation." A series of Black Box hits followed, among them "I Don't Know Anybody Else" and "Everybody Everybody," which featured Martha Wash. The group's debut LP, 1990's Dreamland, was also a success. They returned in 1991 with "Strike It Up," another American Top Ten entry. After a long hiatus, Black Box returned with Positive Vibration, which went largely unnoticed. ~ Jason Ankeny
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