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Bob Sinclar, mistaken many times as "Sinclair" (born Christophe Le Friant, May 10 1967) is a French record producer, House music DJ, remixer and owner of the label Yellow Productions.

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Discography

Singles

as The Mighty Bop
  • 1994 "Les Jazz Electroniques EP"
  • 1995 "Messe Pour Les Temps"
  • 1996 "Ult Violett Sounds EP"
  • 1998 "Feelin' Good"
  • 2002 "I Go Crazy"
  • 2003 "Lady", with Duncan Roy
as Africanism
as Bob Sinclar
most tracks are co-produced by Cutee B

Hit singles

Year Single Chart positions Album
UK MEX SPA FRA ITA AUS GER NL BEL Europe
1999 "My Only Love"
(featuring Lee Genesis)
56 - - 78 - - - - - - Champs Elysées
2000 "I Feel for You" 9 - - 44 33 - 94 - - - Champs Elysées
2001 "Darlin'"
(featuring vs. Cutee B., James "D-Train" Williams)
46 - - 40 - - - - - - Champs Elysées
2003 "Kiss My Eyes" 67 - - 34 - - - - 17 67 III
"The Beat Goes On" 33 - - 22 - - - - 25 32 III
2005 "Love Generation"
(featuring Gary Pine)
12 2 1 3 1 1 1 2 1 2 Western Dream
2006 "World, Hold On (Children of the Sky)"
(featuring Steve Edwards)
9 2 1 2 4 19 19 5 3 4 Western Dream
"Hard"
(with The Hard Boys)
- - 27 - - - - - - -
"Rock This Party (Everybody Dance Now)"
(featuring Cutee B, Dollarman & Big Ali)
3 3 1 3 11 6 18 9 1 3 Western Dream
2007 "Tennessee"
(featuring Farrell Lennon)
- - - - 21 - - - 25 104 Western Dream
"Everybody Movin'"
(featuring Ron Carroll & Mz Toni)
- - 1 - - - - - - - Western Dream
"Give a Lil' Love"
(featuring Duane Harden & Gary Pine)
- - 2 - 10 - - - - 86 Western Dream
"Sound of Freedom"
(featuring Cutee B., Gary Pine & Dollarman)
14 4 3 6 7 22 44 11 9 20 Soundz of Freedom
"Meu Carnaval"
(presents Africanism, featuring Rolando Faria)
- - 11 - - - - - - -
"Together"
(featuring Steve Edwards)
- - 1 - 7 - - 7 21 - Soundz of Freedom
"The Rhythm of the Night"
(vs Habakus Whistle, featuring Corona)
- - 13 - - - - - - -
"What I Want"
(pres. Fireball)
52 - 1 6 - - - 7 8 34 Soundz of Freedom
2008 "W.W.W. (What A Wonderful World)"
(vs Axwell, The Chicago Superstars & Ron Carroll)
48 - 1 - - - - 12 - - Born In 69
2009 "LaLa Song"
(with Wonder Mike & Master Gee from Sugarhill Gang)
- - - - - - - 32 9 - Born In 69

Albums

as Bob Sinclar
  • 1998 Paradise
  • 2000 Champs Elysées
  • 2003 III
  • 2004 Enjoy
  • 2005 In The House (Various Artists Mix CD)
  • 2006 Western Dream
  • 2007 Soundz of Freedom
  • 2007 Bob Sinclar: Live At The Playboy Mansion
  • 2008 Dancefloor FG Winter 2008 (Mixed by Bob Sinclar)
  • 2008 DJ Bob Sinclar 08
  • 2009 Born In 69
as The Mighty Bop (with Alain Ho)
  • 1995 La Vague Sensorielle
  • 1995 The Mighty Bop Meets DJ Cam & La Funk Mob, with DJ Cam and La Funk Mob
  • 1996 Autres Voix, Autres Blues
  • 1996 Autres Voix, Autres Blues
  • 2000 Spin My Hits
  • 2002 The Mighty Bop
as Reminiscence Quartet (with Alain Ho and Sebastien Tellier)
  • 1994 Ritmo Brasileiro
  • 1995 Psycodelico
  • 1999 More Psycodelico
as Yellow Productions (with Alain Ho and Cutee B.)
  • 1994 A Finest Fusion Of Black Tempo
as Africanism (see all members on discogs.com)
  • 2001 Africanism Allstars Vol. I, as Africanism
  • 2004 Africanism Allstars Vol. II, as Africanism
  • 2005 Africanism Allstars Vol. III, as Africanism
  • 2006 Africanism Allstars Vol. IV, as Africanism




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