Raquel Gomez

Raquel Gomez

Real Name:
Raquel Gomez-Rey
Eurodance vocalist. She was born in Spain but moved to Wiesbaden (Germany). She joined her first band at the age of 15 and met guitarist Carlos Alfonso de Jesus. In 1994, she was discovered by the team of Public Art and went on to record 'River' (1994), a huge Eurodance anthem (and the last single of Torsten Fenslau).
Nonetheless, 'River' kickstarted the career of Raquel Gomez. In 1995, she contributed to Matador's "Ritmo Nacional", Intermission's "Planet Love", "Do You Really Want My Love" by Two Heads and "You're The One" by Hysterie. Her first solo single was called "Man On The Moon", released under the name 'Raquel'.
She later collaborated with Hope (3) on "Future World", "Whenever You Want Me" by Powersound and with C-Block on "So Strung Out". She took part to the Garcia project and appeared on T-One (2) "Somewhere Out There" before coming back to her solo career (single "Over And Over" in 2002).
In 1999, she gave her voice to the vocal version of "Stella" by Jam & Spoon.
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Raquel Gomez Discography Tracks


0147272AKR Raquel Gomez It Is Me(CD, Album) Akropolis Musik & Film GmbH (2) 0147272AKR Germany 2003 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Raquel* Funky (Maxi) 80 Aum Records Netherlands 1993 Sell This Version
Raquel* Man On The Moon (El Hombre En La Luna) (Maxi) Polydor Germany 1996 Sell This Version
0144855AKR Raquel Gomez Over And Over(CD, Maxi) Edel Records 0144855AKR Germany 2002 Sell This Version

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