Dare ! (1995)
1. Until All Your Dreams Come True, 2. The Reason Is You (Tranceformer Mix), 3. Rhythm of Love, 4. I Dare, 5. Didn't Really Mean It, 6. Sell Me Your Secrets, 7. Here You Come, 8. Love You Up, 9. Mind Over Matter, 10. Save My Life, 11. The Reason Is You (Original Version), 12. In Her Shoes, 13. I Dare (Peter Graber Remix), 14. Keep Me In Mind
The Reason Is You (1994)
Until All Your Dreams Come True (1995)
In Her Shoes (1996)
Can't Stop This Feeling (1996)
Wanna Feel So Good (1997)
Musical team : Attack II, Giora Schein, Nosie Katzmann
Nina Gerhard first hit the eurodance scene in 1993 as the female voice of Captain Hollywood Project's world-wide hit single More And More. One of the producers of this single was none other than mega-German eurodance producer Nosie Katzmann. Nina also supplied the vocals in Intermission's single Honesty. In 1994, Nina went solo with the release of her first single The Reason Is You under the guidance of Mr. Katzmann. If you liked Jam & Spoon's Right in the Night, then you'll love this single as both are very similar. Her second single Until All Your Dreams Come True was equally as good as the first, if not better. A very powerful eurodance track with hard-driving synths and smooth, sexy vocals. Shortly after the second single, Nina's debut album Dare ! was released. Many famous eurodance names like Kim Sanders, Peter Graber (of Culture Beat - Pay No Mind), Doug Laurent (remixes for Culture Beat - Take Me Away and La Bouche - I Love To Love), and DMP (Intermission) was involved with the album. In early '96, her third single In Her Shoes took a different turn than the previous two. It's a pure ballad, containing no dance mixes. The fourth single Can't Stop This Feeling went back to dance, actually more like pop-disco.
It appears that Nosie Katzmann was no longer involved with the project as his name was not credited from this release on. After about a year's absence, Nina returned with her fifth single release, Wanna Feel So Good, again with new producers. This time, teamed up with the E-Rotic producers of David Brandes, John O'Flynn, and Domenico Labarille.
Nina also worked as backing vocalist for the artist Simon Collins. She also appears on Vega tracks.
The latest releases under the name of Nina (such as I'm So Excited in 1999) do not feature the same vocalist.