With countless remixes, productions, and releases to his name, Roger Sanchez is one of the hardest-working producers in dance music. In 1990 he had his first success (under the name Underground Solution) with the single "Luv Dancin" for pioneering house music label Strictly Rhythm. In the early '90s he became an in-demand remixer and worked on singles by artists such as Juliet Roberts, M People, Brand New Heavies, and Michael Jackson. In 1994 he formed Narcotic Records, and early releases on the label included work by Ashley Beedle, Deep Dish and DJ Disciple. In 2001 Sanchez topped the U.K. singles chart with the Toto-sampling single, "Another Chance."