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The band rose to fame with their successful debut album, Time to Move, released in 1994 on Sing Sing Records, and produced by Ralph Quick and Chris Wagner. The music videos for "Risin' High" and "Move" received considerable airplay on MTV. The band earned a nomination for "Best Breakthrough Artist" at the following MTV Europe Music Awards, however the award went toDog Eat Dog. With the help of the singles "Risin' High", "Move", and "Little Girl", their debut spent 62 weeks in the German album chart, selling over 750,000 copies worldwide, and earning the band their first gold album. Their first major tour followed. In 1999, WWE contacted the band to record a song for wrestler Stone Cold Steve Austin, although it was never used as his theme song, it became synonymous with Austin and was released on WWF The Music, Vol. 4.
None of their following albums have been as successful as Time to Move was. However with the release of Get in the Ring in 2002 on Supersonic Records in association with BMG, they did have a minor hit with their cover of "The Power" featuring rapper Turbo B (Turbo B also performs the original version with Snap!).
In 2004, the band's album No Excuses reached the Top 15 of the German album charts. It was then supported by an extensive European tour. After the tour the members spent time with side projects working as producers, singers (Söhne Mannheims) or management (Pohlmann) with artists of different genres.
The members would not only meet at concerts, but regularly for several weeks to return to songwriting. In Scandinavia in early 2005 and 2006 in Sweden, the first song of the new album was recorded. They were accompanied by H-Blockx producer Andreas "Boogieman" Herbig who was with them in 1994 when Time To Move was completed. While in the studios in Malmö, Open Letter To A Friend was recorded.
Ending a five-year absence from the recording studio, the band released their latest album HBLX on 25 May 2012.
- Henning Wehland: Vocals
- Stephan "Gudze" Hinz: Bass
- Tim "Humpe" Tenambergen: Guitar
- Steffen Wilmking: Drums
- Dave Gappa: Vocals
- Fabio Trentini: Bass
- Johann-Christop "Mason" Maass: Drums
- Marco Minnemann: Drums
- Martin "Dog" Kessler: Drums
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