Morton Sherman Bellucci

Profile:
Morton (Jo Casters), Sherman (Herman Gillis) and Belluci (Roland Beelen) were the founders and most productive artists in the New Beat movement of 1987, releasing around an estimated 100 recordings in one single full year under a plethora of names when the sound peaked in popularity in the late 1980's.
The nickname "Morton-Sherman-Belucci" is allegedly a parody on the prolific 1980s Hi-NRG producer team of Stock, Aitken & Waterman.
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Singles & EPs

SUBWAY 032, SUB 032 Morton Sherman Bellucci - Official Bootleg - First Issue album art Morton Sherman Bellucci Sound System* Official Bootleg - First Issue Subway, Subway SUBWAY 032, SUB 032 Belgium 1988 Sell This Version
subway 017 Morton Sherman Bellucci - Mc Call album art Morton Sherman Bellucci Mc Call(12") Subway subway 017 Belgium 1988 Sell This Version
SUB.053, SUB 053-12 Morton Sherman Bellucci - In Action! album art M S B* In Action!(12") Subway, Subway SUB.053, SUB 053-12 Belgium 1989 Sell This Version
04.3390 Morton Sherman Bellucci - In Action album art Morton Sherman & Bellucci* In Action(12") Fonomusic 04.3390 Spain 1989 Sell This Version

Compilations

subway 050 cd, Sub 050-CD Morton Sherman Bellucci - Beat The Box (The 1988 Compilation Of New Beat Dance Tracks) album art Morton Sherman Bellucci Beat The Box (The 1988 Compilation Of New Beat Dance Tracks) (Comp) Subway, Subway subway 050 cd, Sub 050-CD Belgium 1988 Sell This Version