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German Fragma emerged in 1999 after ex-Hardfloor member Ramon Zenker joined Dirk Duderstadt (born 1977) and Marco Duderstadt (born 1979) to assemble a new dance music outfit. Fragma debuted with the release of an instrumental electronic demo called "Toca Me," followed by the club/dance track "Toca's Miracle" and their debut album, Toca, featuring singer Maria Rubia. The Top of the Pops-nominated group became a chart-topping act after issuing the hit single "Say That You're Here," performed by Damae, and "Embrace Me."