Biography

Cascada is a standout German dance project fronted by the singer named Cascada. She is also supported by producers DJ Manian and Yanou. This formation was officially created in Bonn in 2004. The singer’s real name is Natalie Horler. She was born on September 23, 1981, in Germany, but raised in England. Her mother is a teacher of foreign languages, while her father is a professional jazz musician. This man influenced this daughter’s interest greatly and cultivated in her fondness of music. Father’s occupation allowed Natalie to find any necessary equipment to record herself performing mostly jazz and Disney songs. Gifted abundantly with vocal skills, the young artist worked hard on her dancing too. Aged seventeen, the girl transferred her priorities towards dance music and established good contacts with local DJs. She started with doing her vocal parts for their tracks until she finally met Yan Pfeiffer (Yanou) and Manuel Reuter (DJ Manian). Having reached perfect understanding, this trio decided to started a new dance formation with Natalie as the main figure on the stage and in public.

Launched as Cascade, this project was soon renamed to Cascada to avoid legal conflicts with a different performer who evidently appeared earlier. The musicians chose an old and proved efficient method to reach the wide audience. This was covering the famous hit once performed by other celebrities. This was the reason why Cascada’s first long player was predominantly composed by covers. Named by the most successful single, Everytime We Touch (2004), it produced an effect of explosion in the dance charts both in Europe and the USA. There were eight songs from this album that were eventually released as singles, but the biggest attention and public’s entire love were given to Everytime We Touch. This track separately won golden certificates in a number of countries paving the way to the top for the whole album. The sales of this record made Cascada the nicest German seller word wide and a new star in the dance universe overnight. There were three million copies of this studio work purchased all over the globe. Massive touring through different continents and seasons kept Cascada from recording activities for quite a while.

They were back in the studio in 2007 and recorded their sophomore long-play, Perfect Day, just as fast as its glorious predecessor. Within several weeks, another powerful dance music specimen was fully prepared and delivered to the stores. The main difference from the debut effort was that the second one contained several slow-tempo ballads, which marked the group’s attempt to broaden the boundaries of their creative exploration. Perfect Day again consolidated Cascada’s leading positions in the mainstream music and had a high commercial performance with over a million discs sold. In the USA, the record was offered with a slightly different track-list since Cascada did not have the North America copyrights to some of the songs they covered for this album. In the summer of 2009, the German trio presented their third long player under the title Evacuate the Dance Floor. The group continued spreading their music horizons and added traces of some other genres to their classic euro dance sound. As a result, the album was sure to please those who liked Cascada from the start as well as their new listeners. Once again, the record received its name from one of its singles.

Studio Albums

Cascada, Back on  the Dancefloor mp3Back on the Dancefloor
2012
  • Dance-Pop
  • Eurodance
Cascada, Just The Hits mp3Just The Hits
2010
  • Eurodance
  • Dance-Pop
Cascada, Evacuate the Dancefloor mp3Evacuate the Dancefloor
The dance trio from Germany Cascada finished the third studio long-play Evacuate The Dancefloor. This album differs from its predecessors with the more diversified sound and daring decisions
2009
  • Electropop
  • Eurodance
Cascada, Evacuate the Dancefloor mp3Evacuate the Dancefloor
2009
  • Electropop
  • Eurodance
Cascada, Perfect Day mp3Perfect Day
German trio Cascada released the long-anticipated second work Perfect Day. It includes excellent compositions in the Euro dance style and some dance covers on mega-hits by the other pop-stars
2007
  • Eurodance
Cascada, Everytime We Touch mp3Everytime We Touch
2006
  • Eurodance
  • Pop

Compilation albums

Cascada, The Offical Remix Album mp3The Offical Remix Album
2006
  • Dance-Pop
  • Electropop
  • Eurodance
  • Happy Hardcore

Remixes

Cascada, The Remix Album mp3The Remix Album
2006
  • Dance-Pop
  • Electropop
  • Eurodance
  • Happy Hardcore