Alberto ContiniCompositions & Recordings
In 1984, Contini met Bratt Sinclaire, who later became his long-term co-worker. He joined Bulldozer in the same year and served as its vocalist and bassist with the stage name A.C. Wild until 1992.
In 1990, Contini, then an A & R for Discomagic Records, co-founded the A-Beat C dance label with Dave Rodgers. The label signed a big deal with the Japanese dance label Avex Trax and produced many mega-hit works for "J-Euro" artists including MAX, V6, and the future "Queen of J-pop" Namie Amuro.