Danish disco/house/pop group Sunzet was formed by Morten Trøst and Peter Stenbæk of the group Sunset Yellow
. They wanted to record the disco classic "Baby, Don't Change Your Mind" (cover of Gladys Knight And The Pips
) and recruited singer Tine Bjerggaard. The trio were signed by the Danish divsion of Polydor, PolyGram Denmark. They released the debut album, Rizing, in 1998 which gave them the radio hit "You To Me Are Everything" (a cover of Real Thing
). The album sold almost 25,000 copies but the label folded soon after.
For Sunzet's second album, Sunzation! (2000), they signed with Flex Records. It gave them another hit with the original song "If We Ever Fallin In Love Again", but the album only sold 10,000 copies. In late 2001 the group disbanded.