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Artistname: K90

Date of birth: Unknown

Origin: Cambridge, UK

Interview: None available

Mark Doggett, one of two original founder members of the then little known KA90, began making noise in early 1991 producing what was known then as 'Deep Hardcore'. He decided to go solo, and after a slight name change and signing to Kickin' Records in early 1992, 'One Love' became K90's first release. This marked the beginning of a very long career of one of today's most liked and respected dance music producers.

His first live performances were in his native Cambridge, guest of the now defunct, but legendary Clueless Sound System. After working with Kickin’, Mark linked up with EVE Records, and so started his long recording relationship with the label.

Releases such as 'Bomb-Jack', 'Deliverance' and 'Genetik', all released on Telica Communications, helped Mark achieve deep respect from peers and fans alike, and further groundbreaking tracks have since followed on Recover. These tracks have featured on massive selling compilation albums such as Reactivate and Frantic, and with K90 remixing for leading labels including Nukleuz and Tidy Trax, the K90 sound has been pushed to the masses.

Regular live PA's at leading club nights and festivals in the UK have consolidated K90's avid fan base, with regular appearances at the likes of Fevah at Heaven and Quake at the Camden Palace in London, and key festival appearances in 2002 include the massive Mainframe Festival at Lotherton Hall in Leeds and the legendary Creamfields in Liverpool.

The K90 phenomenon is now global, with live PA's and tours in countries such as Holland, Norway, Denmark, the USA, Australia and Japan always resulting in the same overwhelming crowd reactions to his commanding stage presence and musical brilliance.

His forthcoming 'Urban Anthems' album has been received with critical acclaim, and reaffirms his position at the forefront of the hard dance music scene.
Production aliases:
Production discography:
  K90 - Above The Clouds   Aquarius   1998
  K90 - Bomb Jack   Telica   1998
  K90 - Breathe   Recover   2002
  K90 - Chemical Love   Recover   2002
  K90 - Colours   colours / Recover   1996
  K90 - Cryogenic   Clueless   1996
  K90 - Days of Reality   Phoenix Rising   1999
  K90 - Deliverance   Recover / Telica   1999
  K90 - Feel The Pressure   Clueless   1996
  K90 - Form of Life   Telica   1999
  K90 - Fuse   Telica   1998
  K90 - Fusion   Choci's Chewns   1995
  K90 - Genesis   Choci's Chewns   1995
  K90 - Genetik   Telica   2000
  K90 - Hyper Intelligence   Recover   2001
  K90 - Into the Future   Bitch   2000
  K90 - One Love EP   Kickin   1991
  K90 - Phantasm   Choci's Chewns / Nocturnal   1995
  K90 - Pure Energy   Telica   1998
  K90 - Red Snapper   Telica   2000
  K90 - Rock the Show   Phoenix Rising   1999
  K90 - Sabre Tooth   Choci's Chewns   1995
  K90 - Species   Boscaland   1999
  K90 - The House Is Mine   Clueless   1996
  K90 - This Is The Future   Telica   1998
  K90 Album: 'K90' Ltd Edition Doublepack Nocturnal 1995      1998
  K90 Album: 'Urban Anthems' Recover 2002      1998
Remix discography:
  DJ Virus - All Your Bass (K90 Mix)   Recover   2002
  Equator - Silence (K90 Mix)   Phoenix Uprising   1999
  Exit EEE - Epidemic 2002 (K90 Mix)   Y2K   2002
  Girotondo - Ultimate Fronties (K90 Mix)   Recover   2000
  Johan Gielen - We Move Like Shadows (K90 Mix)   Telica   2000
  Jon The Dentist 'vs Ollie Jaye - Imagination (K90 Mix   Tidy Trax   2000
  Praga Khan - Injected With A Poison (K90 Mix)   Nukleuz   2001
  Steve Blake - I Get a Rush (K90 Mix)   Tripoli Trax   2002
  Talespin - Illusion (K90 Mix)   Y2K 42   2003
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Last updated: 10.06.2003

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