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The Moldovan band O-Zone only lasted for a few albums before breaking up in 2005, but they repeatedly found themselves at the top of a number of European charts during their prominence in pop. Their last album, DiscO-Zone, produced the same sort of pop as previous albums, but included the megahit "Dragostea din Tei," a bouncing dance hit that also spawned the "Numa Numa" viral video (perhaps better known in the West). The album topped most European charts and gained Japanese distribution after the band's demise, returning it to the top of the charts in Japan, where it eventually became the twelfth most popular album in 2005.


Formed: 1999

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s

This Moldova-based Eurodance trio was founded in 1999 by Dan Balan aka Duke (b. 6 February 1979, Chisinau, Moldovan SSR). Balan began his musical career as the songwriter and keyboard player for a doom metal band Inferialis, before teaming with PetruJelihovski to form O-Zone. Although they shared success in Moldova with several hit singles the duo parted company because Jelihovski claimed the band was just a hobby for him. In 2001, Balan recruited Radu S â rbu aka Picasso (b. 14 December 1978, Peresecina,...
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