During a holiday in Italy, she met the two music producers Aldo Martinelli and Fabrizio Gatto and participated in the promotion of their hit single Comanchero, sung by Simona Zanini, which was already climbing the charts. The singer's name Raggio di Luna was the Italian translation for "Moon Ray" .
The recording reached the top ten sales charts in Germany and in her native France at the beginning of 1985 and stayed five months in the charts in Germany. It is now recognized as classics of the Italo-Disco. The second single released the next year ("Viva") was unsuccessful as much as ""I Don't Wanna Let You Down" performed under the stage name Comancero (without thr "h").
Singles & EPs
|Comancero||I Don't Wanna Let You Down (Maxi)||Green Production||Italy||1988||Sell This Version|
|J.B. 342||Comancero / Aida*||Comancero / Aida* - I Dont't Wanna Let You Down / Mia Mamma (7", Jukebox)||Ricordi||J.B. 342||Italy||1988||Sell This Version|
|Comancero||Comanchero (Remix '89) (Maxi)||ZYX Records||Germany||1989||Sell This Version|