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.
Raquel Gomez Discography
|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|