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Tina Cousins

Real name: Tina Cousins
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Biography

All Around The World (UK) (1998-present), Big Records (1998-present) (Australia), Republic Records (US) (1998-2002)Website

Following the success of "Mysterious Times", that was a worldwide hit "Killin' Time" was reissued and it made the British top 20, as did follow up Pray which also achieved success in the US. Follow up singles "Forever" and the reissued "Angel" only scraped the top 50, as did debut album "Killing Time". Following these disappointments, Tina turned her attention to Australia where the song, "Forever" achieved Gold sales. "Pray" was an even bigger success in Australia, hitting the top 10, becoming her second Gold single sitting in the ARIA charts for more than 4 months, and becoming the eighth most played song on Australian radio for 1999.

While in Australia on a promo tour, she re-recorded her track "Nothing To Fear" and had it remixed by the Groove Peddlers. This became the third Australian single, and the video was also shot there. and was followed by a remix EP which achieved healthy sales in Australia and New Zealand.

She collaborated again with Sash! on the top 5 hit "Just Around The Hill"(2000), and joined Billie, Cleopatra, B*Witched and Steps on the track "Thank ABBA For The Music", a medley of ABBA hits that they performed as a tribute at the BRIT Awards. The performance was so popular that a single was released which hit the top 10 in the UK, Ireland,Sweden, Australia and New Zealand.

Due to record company issues, Tina did not release anything again until 2005 when she came back with a new single "Wonderful Life", which was released first in Australia. In 2007, "Wonderful Life" was adopted by one of the largest Australian cinema chains, Hoyts, as their primary pre-feature theme song. "Wonderful Life" cemented Tina back on the Australian music charts reaching 15 and spending 4 months in the top 50 and becoming her biggest radio hit to date, being the 5th most added track on radio, However, the follow-up "Come To Me" barely cracked the Top 50 (though the video got airplay on the Australian TV), as did the album "Mastermind". The third single to be taken from the album was "Pretty Young Thing" was released in two CD formats, one of which was limited to 1000 pressings. The third single performed much better than the previous single, "Come To Me", becoming Tina's sixth top 30 hit in Australia and ninth to chart overall. The set included a new track "All You Need Is Love" and highly anticipated remixes of the club hit "Hymn".

She co-wrote and performs vocals on two new songs on the latest album by Dutch group 4 Strings, titled "Main Line". The album has already received great reviews in the USA, where "Curious" became a Top 30 Hot Dance Airplay chart hit and has performed even better on some Rhythmic format radio stations. Tina's tracks on this cd are "Diamonds" and "Curious". "Curious" is the next single for, released in US on Ultra Records It will later be followed by the release in the UK and Australia.

Tina has recently announced on her website that her first solo album Killing Time is to be re-launched but as a remixed project including some new remixes from her other solo album Mastermind. It is also possible that it could possibly contain videos as well.



 


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