Brainbug, a project of Alberto Bertapelle, had another success with "Benedictus", but further singles "The Eighth Dwarf" and "Rain" (with vocals) used the exact same formula and got lost in a sea of similar records: Brooklyn Bounce, Lucid, Max Deejay and even deep house artist Kevin Yost used the 'Pizzicato' sound until it wore thin and obsolete.
A cover of "Nightmare" released in 1997 by Space Shuttle (an alias of Dee Jay Sören), was called "We Have A Problem" and added the famous line 'Houston, we have a problem' in the middle break.
Singles & EPs
|Brainbug||Nightmare (Single, Maxi)||Strike Force||UK||1996||Sell This Version|
|Brainbug||Benedictus / Nightmare (Single, Maxi)||Positiva, Positiva||UK||1997||Sell This Version|
|Brainbug||Benedictus (Maxi)||Groovilicious||US||1997||Sell This Version|
|SF 497-01||Brain Bug*||The 8th Dwarf (12")||Strike Force||SF 497-01||Italy||1997||Sell This Version|
|Brainbug||The Eighth Dwarf / Benedictus (Maxi, Single)||Orbit Records||Germany||1998||Sell This Version|
|Brainbug||Rain (Single, Maxi)||Volumex||US||1998||Sell This Version|
|TIVTEN-005||Brainbug / B.B.E.||Brainbug / B.B.E. - Nightmare / Seven Days And One Week (10")||Positiva||TIVTEN-005||UK||2003||Sell This Version|