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Gina X Performance was a German dance-rock/electropop ensemble from Cologne, consisting of vocal artist and lyricist Gina Kikoine and writer/producer Zeus B. Held, Ralph Morgenstern (backing vocals), Hinrich Sickenberger (backing vocals, drums) and Lazlo Czigany (drums).

Held had previously been a member of the group Birth Control, and split to record solo in 1978, beginning work with Kikoine that year. Gina X Performance released several albums in the late 1970s and early 1980s, and were frequently played in North American and European dance clubs at the height of their popularity. Their most well-known songs are the singles "No G.D.M." and "Nice Mover".

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