The joint vision of choreographer Glenn Van Der Hoff and vocalist Steve De Goede transformed Digital Emotion Into one of Europe's top synthpop groups of the late 1980s.
Formed in Denmark in mid-1983, Digital Emotion recorded two memorable albums of their funky electronic dance music. Their 1984 self-titled debut outing, which featured such infectious dance tunes as "Get Up, Action" and "Go Go Yellow Screen", was followed by Outside In The Dark, a year later. Both albums were produced the production team of Adam and Flesiner, whose past credits include overseeing recordings by the Videokids, Monotones, l-Vira and Q-Matic.
A bootleg album, Best Of Digital Emotion, that included extended versions of their hits, mega-mixes and B-sides, was released in 1991. A remix of "Get Up, Action", was released three years later. ~ Craig Harris