Nina Natri wanted to be a pop star and after a summer in London running around in all the hot clubs, bragging about her band, she decided that the time had come. It was just one little problem – she didn’t have a band.
Back in Sweden she succeeded to start a band in 1994 and in 1995 they made a first gig together with Silverbullit and not less than 12 record companies were at place. They got a contract and the debut album “No boogie coming my way” was released in March 1997.
The fall 1998 was spent in Silence Studio together with producer Heinz Liljedahl and “Glad to be your enemy” saw the light of the day April 7 1999.
Last sign from the band was a splendid version of the eighties hit “Living on video” in 2000.