2 Brothers on the 4th Floor - Dreams
2 Brothers on the 4th Floor
Dutch Eurodance group 2 Brothers on the 4th Floor was founded in 1990, when the two brothers Bobby and Martin Boer started experimenting with music in a small bedroom in their parental apartment on the 4th floor. Together with rapper Da Smooth Baron MC and singer Peggy 'The Duchess' they released their first single 'Can't Help Myself' that same year, which became an international hit in 1991. In 1992, they released their debut album Dreams, which featured several international charting hits: 'Never Alone' with D-Rock (Rene Philips) and Des'Ray (Desiree Manders), 'Let Me Be Free' and 'Dreams'. The latter became a charting single in 23 countries.
Dreams is available as a 30th anniversary edition of 1500 individually numbered copies on crystal clear colored vinyl. It's D-side features an exclusive '2 Brothers on the 4th Floor Mix' by Ben Liebrand.