L.A. Style made chart history in 1992 when their single "James Brown Is Dead" became the first rave track to appear in Billboard's weekly pop rankings. Primarily the work of producers Denzil Slemming, Maxx Mondino and Fonny DeWulf, L.A. Style debuted with the "James Brown" single, far and away their biggest hit. A self-titled LP followed in 1993, but by the time the group resurfaced a year later with the single "Raving on L.A. Style," their 15 minutes of fame had elapsed. ~ Jason AnkenyPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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