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Birth name  Orhan Terzi
Website  www.djquicksilver.de
Origin  Hattingen, Germany
Name  DJ Quicksilver
Occupation(s)  DJ, Music producer
Music group  Watergate
Years active  1996-now


Born  June 28, 1964 (age 51) Trabzon, Turkey (1964-06-28)
Albums  Clubfiles: The Album, Escape 2 Planet Love, Quicksilver, Boombastic
Genres  Techno, House music, Trance music
Nominations  Echo Award for Best Dance Single (National)
Similar People  Shaggy, Ten Madison, Tommaso De Donatis

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Orhan Terzi (born 28 June 1964), better known by his stage name DJ Quicksilver, is a German-Turkish DJ and music producer. His stage name derives from his days taking part in DJ contests, where a mercury column would gauge audience reaction.

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Early life

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Terzi was born on 28 June 1964 in Trabzon, Turkey. His family moved to Hattingen, Germany in the late 1960s.

Early career

He began working with Tommaso de Donatis on DJ Quicksilver material, and released tracks for a variety of record labels, including Avex Trax, Positiva Records, Telstar, Edel AG, Alphabet City, and Sub Terranean.

1997-1998: Breakthrough and success

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In 1997 he released "Bellissima" - a hit double A-sided single. The song became a big hit on the UK dance charts and then crossed over into pop, reaching #4 on the UK Singles Chart and selling enough copies to become a gold record, selling well throughout Europe. It remains his biggest single so far. Other releases include "Boombastic", which sampled the Shaggy track.

1999-2002: Other releases

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In 1999 he released the track "Heart of Asia" (among others) under the alias "Watergate". In 2002, he received an ECHO nomination for "Best National Dance Act" for the single "Ameno".

Other work

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Terzi has also worked as a remixer, on tracks by Ian van Dahl, Faithless, and The Verve ("Bittersweet Symphony").

Studio albums

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  • 1997: Quicksilver
  • 1998: Escape 2 Planet Love
  • 2003: Clubfiles One
  • 2013: Clubfiles Two
  • Remixes

  • Dancemania 1 (Compilation, 1996)
  • Club Scene Volume 2 (Compilation, 1997)
  • Sonic 1 (Compilation, 2000)
  • Equinoxe 4 (Trance cover of Jean Michel Jarre's Equinoxe 4)
  • References

    DJ Quicksilver Wikipedia


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