It included 'More and More' and 'Only With You', plus the later singles 'All I Want' and 'Impossible', both released in early 1994. In late May 1994, 'Rhythm Of Life' was sent to many radio stations as a promo maxi, but it was never officially released. In 1995, after almost a year of silence, the group released their second album, 'Animals Or Human'. It didn't match the sales of their debut album, but still shifted 200,000 copies. Nina left the group to pursue a solo career and was replaced by Petra. Dawson-Harrison then established his own record company and studio called Hollywood Productions.
'Animals or Human' also featured a number of new producers, including Nosie Katzmann of Culture Beat fame, and Attack II. Three singles followed the release of the album, 'Flying High', 'Find Another Way' and 'The Way Love Is'. The first two singles were again huge hits, but 'The Way Love Is' was a slight failure in comparison. In mid-1996, the group teamed up with Alex Belcher, Force, Miles Gordon, Klaus Peras and Rico Sparx for the production of their third album. 'Over and Over', the first single for the forthcoming album, was a popular club hit during the summer. Notably the group had ditched the 'Project' part of their name, and were now named simply 'Captain Hollywood'. The album included two more singles, 'Love and Pain' and 'The Afterparty', both in remixed form.
Both singles flopped, however, and the group disbanded in early 1997. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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