licensed all over the world it sold a million copies, went Top 10 on the mainstream charts in France, hit #2 on the UK dance charts and top 20 in the mainstream chart. There have been many remixes over the years from Carl Cox to Tony DeVitt, the most recent in 2007 by Sebastien Leger. More info can be found at Dolans co-owned label website http://flow.zero3.com/artists.htm 3) Quench was a UK Christian rock act. Their eponymous first EP contained mostly rock worship material, and included the song 'Alright', which went on to be featured on their album 'Afterglow' (2003), which was made up of much more performance-orientated, radio friendly rock songs, but with the same God-centred heart, and was universally well received by Christian broadcasters.
Their most recent release was a 4-track EP released exclusively to iTunes, Reality Radio (2008), slightly heavier in style than their previous work. The band decided to call it a day in 2009, playing their final gig at Greenbelt Festival. 4) Quench - alternative/emo rock band from Sweden, released 3some EPs ("In A Box" (2004), "Fool About" (2004), "White As Snow?" (2005), etc) and one full-length "We Are All Thirsty" in 2008. Later changed name to Kvit. http://quench.se/ 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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