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Technotronic is a studio-based Belgian House Music project formed by Jo Bogaert (born Thomas De Quincey, 1954, Belgium) in 1988. Together with Ya Kid K (born Manuela Kamosi in 1973 in Zaire), he produced the hit single "Pump Up the Jam" which was originally intended as an instrumental. An image for the act was put together utilizing Zairian-born fashion model Felly as its album and single cover art and "singer" in the music video.




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