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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Time Of My Life lyrics
    2Pour Me A Glass lyrics
    3I Heard Him Cry lyrics
    Million Miles lyrics
    5This Is Not America lyrics
    6H-Blockx lyrics
    7Without You lyrics
    8Life Is Feeling Dizzy lyrics
    9Oh Hell Yeah lyrics
    10Heartblood lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Open Letter To A Friend [2007]
    2Time To Move [1994]
    3Bang Boom Bang O.S.T. [1999]
    4Fly Eyes [1998]
    6Live [2002]
    7Get In The Ring [2002]
    8More Than A Decade - The Best Of [2004]
    9No Excuses [2004]
    Discover My Soul [1996]


    H-Blockx is a German crossover band founded in the early '90s.

    In 1993, the band released their first single, "Rising High." The track was extensively played in clubs and sold over 10,000 copies without a video or any advertising whatsoever.

    The band rose to fame with their successful first album, Time To Move, released in 1994, produced by Ralph Quick and Chris Wagner. Part of this success was due to MTV and their repeated airplay of the videos for the "Risin' High" and "Move" singles. They even earned a nomination for "Best Breakthrough Artist" at the following MTV music awards (but lost to Dog 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.The first major tour followed.

    The band was also featured on the Wrestling Album, WWF The Music, Vol. 4 released in 1999 with their song "Oh Hell Yeah."

    They are still active to this day and are regularly releasing new albums, though none of them have caught the public or MTV's eye like Time To Move did. However, they had a minor hit in 2002 with a cover of Snap!'s "The Power".

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