Puretone

Puretone

Puretone (an alias of musician Josh G. Abrahams), also known by other aliases as The Pagan, and Bassliners, is an Australian and Melbourne-based composer, producer, bassist and electronica/drum and bass artist. He has gained some success in the music business since 1998, with his first single, "Addicted To Bass" featuring Amiel Daemion, charting in the top 20 of the ARIAnet singles chart. After a few more lower profile releases, "Headroom" (the 2nd single from "Sweet Distorted Holiday" and 2nd collaboration with singer Amiel-debuting and peaking outside the ARIA Top 100) "Thrillseeker" (the 3rd and final single from "Sweet Distorted Holiday", released as a promotional single only),"Rollin'", and contributing to the "Moulin Rouge!" soundtrack, he released "Addicted To Bass" internationally, under the name of Puretone. This was to avoid confusion with Josh Abraham, a music producer who has worked with Limp Bizkit and Staind. This resulted in the single reaching #2 in the UK Singles Chart in 2002. He then eventually helped Amiel start her own music career in Australia, in which she gained quite some success. He then released another single in the UK, called "Stuck In A Groove", once again featuring Amiel on vocal duties. Despite this, it only managed to chart at #26.

Discography

*"Sweet Distorted Holiday" (as Josh Abrahams - 1999)
*"Stuck In A Groove" (2001)
*"Addicted to Bass" (2001)

ee also

*List of number-one dance hits (United States)
*List of artists who reached number one on the US Dance chart

External links

* [http://www.discogs.com/artist/Puretone Puretone discography] at discogs


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