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  1. Azari & III, an Album by Azari & III. Released 30 August on Loose Lips (catalog no. LLR03; CD). Genres: Chicago House, Nu-Disco.
  2. Azari & III is the only studio album by Canadian music group Azari & III. First released in by Loose Lips Records, it spawned the popular singles "Hungry for the Power" and "Reckless (With Your Love)". The album met with warm critical reception and minor commercial success.
  3. Jun 24,  · The album 'Azari & III' is out in US & Canada in October 29th October - Canadian release through Turbo Recordings 30th October - US release through Dim.
  4. Oct 30,  · For Dim Mak, community comes first. Since the label's inception in , Dim Mak has thrived on a commitment to preserving a boundless, forward-thinking musi.
  5. "Reckless (With Your Love)" is an absolutely phenomenal, sexual and uplifting vocal house tune that sounds like a perfect clash between Detroit chords a la Inner City ; Chicago piano house (ie Kevin Irving's "Children Of The Night") ; sleazy NYC gay club anthems with androgynous voices (one would remember Pamela Williams singing on Funky Green Dogs' "Fired Up" or its UK cousins such as Fire.
  6. Azari& III (pronounced "Azari and Third") were a Canadian music group formed in , performing house, electronic and dance music. They released their self-titled debut album in and have earned recognition on the dance music scene with the hits "Hungry for the Power" and "Reckless (With Your Love)". Dinamo Azari and Alixander III, ft. Vocals of Fritz Helder and Starving Yet Full met at a.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Hungry For The Power on Discogs.
  8. AZARI & III have always been outsiders and iconoclasts. Alixander III, Dinamo Azari, Fritz Helder and Starving Yet Full first came across each other in the mids Toronto underground club scene, to which they'd all gravitated on moving to the city to pursue their creative dreams—and it was their sense of being misfits even in a community of outsiders that drew them together.

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