Fade & Bananaman

Fade & Bananaman

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David Edge & Darren Heavey
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Fade & Bananaman Discography

Singles & EPs

Fade & Bananaman Featuring Abbey Fade & Bananaman Featuring Abbey - A Dreams Surprise / Trippin' Maverik Records (2) UK 1996 Sell This Version
none Fade & Bananaman / Ramos, Supreme & Sunset Regime Fade & Bananaman / Ramos, Supreme & Sunset Regime - A Dream Surprise / Gotta Believe (Force & Styles Remix)(Acetate, 10") Not on Label none UK 1996 Sell This Version
Fade & Bananaman Dream Surprise (Remixes) Maverik Records (2) UK 1997 Sell This Version
Fade & Bananaman Calypso Summer Remix 97 / The Big Bang The World Of Obsession Recordings UK 1997 Sell This Version
ALPHA12 2 The 3 Amigos* / Fade & Bananaman The 3 Amigos* / Fade & Bananaman - Find A Way / Haunted(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Alpha Projects ALPHA12 2 UK 1997 Sell This Version
Fade & Bananaman Hardcore Is Heaven / One For The Ladies Maverik Records (2) UK 1997 Sell This Version
LD 003 Fade & Bananaman / Double Trouble (3) Fade & Bananaman / Double Trouble (3) - Please Be Mine / Searching(12") Light & Dark (2) LD 003 UK 1998 Sell This Version
SSU005 Simon Apex, Fade & Bananaman Simon Apex, Fade & Bananaman - Destiny(12") Subsonic Underground SSU005 US 2000 Sell This Version
Fade & Bananaman Find A Way (Remix) Rave n' Beats US 2002 Sell This Version
RB04 / RB05 Fade & Bananaman, DJ Slam Fade & Bananaman, DJ Slam - Find A Way (Remix) / 'Til We Meet Again Rmx(12", Promo, W/Lbl, Sti) Rave n' Beats RB04 / RB05 US 2002 Sell This Version

Miscellaneous

JJ008 Fade & Bananaman A Dream's Surprise (Sc@r & Chris Fear Remix)(File, MP3, 320) Jump 4 Joy JJ008 UK 2014
JJ013 Fade & Bananaman Dream Surprise (Bananaman & Gisbo Remix)(File, MP3, 320) Jump 4 Joy JJ013 UK 2015
JJ020 Fade & Bananaman Dream Surprise (DJ Shimamura Remix)(File, MP3, 320) Jump 4 Joy JJ020 UK 2015

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wickedweewilly

wickedweewilly

July 17, 2012
Truly masters of the HHC genre.

I still think this was their greatest track -------http://www.discogs.com/Voodoo-Posse-2-Feat-Jocelyn-Brown-Love-Is-Fade-Bananaman-Remixes/release/227112

Love Is!
sickboy500

sickboy500

April 16, 2012
The Quality Of Production From These Two ''4 To The Floor'' Happy Hardcore Masters Was Awesome, One Of The Greatest Happy Vibe Duo's And Not To Mention That The Recognition Of Fade&Bananaman Was Suprisingly Low, Gutted That They Didnt Keep On Top Of It By Producing A Large Quantity Of Music, When I Mix A Fade&Bananaman Track Into My Set I Just Want More And More
djlimit48

djlimit48

December 13, 2011
yes i agree simply outstanding production with instruments making it sound more crisp and live i really do think they should of released few more tracks not saying which as you probly no already but its a real shame fade&bananaman didnt keep going i guess the underground vibe has burnt away real shame bring a tear thinking of the 90s everyone i no misses them times and since 2000 there has been nothing but comercial sound what has destroyed it i no they wanted a radio one show for years but its gone to far in my opinion not dissing the dj/producers who stuck around but it has just lost that magic touch that feelin when your hair stands on your back of your neck just before you get to the rave so i guess happy hardcore is dead from the shit year of 2000 and uk hardcore stands in its place end of.
Lushys

Lushys

August 11, 2011
I'm surprised to find not only that Fade and Banana Man are lacking a more intricate biography but moreover that there are no comments in respects to the absolutely massive contribution provided to Rave and a plethora of "background" and non-credited work on an extremely large number of the genre defining and classic Happy Hardcore Anthems of the 1990's. Perhaps given the time I will begin some work with assisting with the documentation of their contributions. From Engineering to the literal production, writing and arrangement a great number of works via the various labels distributed by Alphamajic to close work with names from Stomoy, Vinylgroover and eve Brisk and Trixxy. Their releases and remixes dominated countless performances and mix albums. In my opinion they rank among the top ten least recognized contributors to the climax/peak of the 4 to the floor Happy Hardcore during the mid-late 90s. I hope that others with the same passion and interest in tying the releases they had both minor and primary involvement with and lack due redit.

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