Double You

Double You
Release date
01 January 1970
Double You
01 January 1970 |

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European house group Double You first came to prominence in the early 90s, largely through the public
disagreements between their label, ZYX Records, and Network Records. Network had made overtures to obtain
the license for Double You’s version of KC And The Sunshine Band’s ‘Please Don’t Go’, but their approaches were
rejected. Network employed KWS to record a version instead, earning a five-week stay at number 1 in the UK
charts in 1992 in the process. Double You’s manager Robertson Zanetti collapsed of nervous exhaustion as a result
of the disagreement and subsequent litigation. Despite this, the group continued to record, achieving limited
success with another cover version, ‘Run To Me’. 1994’s ‘What’s Up’, was a surprise hit, many having presumed the
group to have folded, while ‘Hot Stuff’ in 1995 was uninspired, but confirmed Double You’s continued presence in
the elementary house cover version market.


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