Producers Alexander Bass and Anders Hansson teamed up with former solo singer Andreas Lundstedt (born 1972) to assemble a club/house-oriented outfit. The Swedish dance-pop project was joined by Annikafiore (born 1971), who began singing in a female group called Dreamettes, and Tess (born 1970), who worked as a backup singer and dancer for different local acts. In 2001, the threesome signed up with BMG to release their debut single called "Crying at the Discotheque," with samples from French disco diva Sheila's "Spacer." Alcazar's debut album was called Casino and featured their second hit single, "Sexual Garantee."
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