Cut N’ Move

Formed in Aarhus, Denmark, in the early '90s, Cut 'N' Move was one of the first Danish acts to produce eurodance. Hip-hop was a major influence, but Cut 'N' Move's recordings weren't made with rap in mind, and all of their hits are more eurodance than Hip-hop.
Members included MC Zipp (rapper), Thera Hoeymans (vocals for the two first albums), Zindy Laursen (vocals) and producers/mixers Jorn K and Per Holm.
Their first single "Get Serious" was a huge hit (also in some countries it was known as "Take No Crap" or "Get Serious/Take No Crap"). Later they had another big hit with the single – "Give It Up" a cover version of KC & The Sunshine Band. Other hits like "Peace, Love & Harmony" and "I'm Alive" also went on to become hits around the world.


CDPRO Vol #25 Various Missionary Man (as Cut N’ Move) Various - CDPRO Vol #25 (November 1996)(CD, Comp, Promo) EMI Music Canada CDPRO Vol #25 Canada 1999 Sell This Version


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November 20, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
I remember these guys being really huge in the early 90’s and also for being one of the first Danish euro-dance/rap groups that the more mainstream Danish audience really liked. The track “Get Serious” went strait to no. 1 on almost all the Danish charts.
Besides Dr. Baker their probably one of the biggest Danish early 90's euro-dance groups.

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