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The Tamperer featuring Maya was an Italian dance music group consisting of Italian record producers Mario Fargetta and Alex Farolfi, and American singer Maya Days. Later, Giuliano Saglia and GianLuca Mensi would join the project. It achieved European success in 1998 with the chart-topping single "Feel It."

In 1998, the group became famous for its debut single, "Feel It," which peaked at No. 1 in both Ireland and the United Kingdom in May of that year and was taken from its album Fabulous. This song was written by the American team of Steve Gittelman and Jim Dyke, and relied heavily on a sample of the Jacksons hit "Can You Feel It".

The album spawned two more singles, "If You Buy this Record, Your Life Will be Better" (based on a sample from Madonna's "Material Girl"), and the Italy-only release "Step Out." The group returned in early 2000 to release its next (and final) single, "Hammer to the Heart" (based on ABBA's "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)"). This became a success also, where it became the group's third top-ten hit in the UK.

The producers also used the Tamperer alias to produce and remix other artists, such as Crystal Waters.
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The Tamperer featuring Maya - Feel It


"Feel It" is a song by Italian group The Tamperer featuring Maya. It was released in May 1998 as the lead single from their debut album, Fabulous.

 The song became a number one single in the United Kingdom, and samples the Jacksons' Top 10 1981 hit "Can You Feel It" and quotes Heather Leigh West's lyrics from Urban Discharge's 1996 song "Drop A House."

In 1998, it reached number 1 in both Ireland and the United Kingdom, and number 4 on the US Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart.
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