Music database

Musician

Richard "Biff" Stannard

born in in Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom

Alias Biff

Links www.biffco.co.uk (English)

Biffco

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Biffco

Biffco are a music production and songwriting team from Brighton, England, formed by Richard "Biff" Stannard. The group have worked with a number of high-profile artists, including One Direction,[1] Atomic Kitten, Leona Lewis, Little Mix, Kylie Minogue, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Will Young. They are also largely responsible for the rise of the Spice Girls and Five. So far, Biffco have had 41 hit singles, including nine number-ones. Stannard also worked as show song producer on the The X Factor.[2]

Awards

  • Ivor Novello Awards for Best Song - "Wannabe"
  • Ivor Novello Awards for Most Radio Plays - "Wannabe"
  • ASCAP Award Most performed song - "2 Become 1" - 1997[3]

Discography

  • Alphabeat
    • "Chess"
  • Atomic Kitten
    • "If You Come to Me"
  • Ellie Goulding
    • "Lights"
  • Emma Bunton
    • "Better Be Careful"
    • "High on Love"
    • "So Long"
    • "What Took You So Long?"
  • The Feeling
    • "This Promise"
  • Gabrielle
    • "Stay the Same"
    • "When a Woman"
  • Five
    • "Closer to Me"
    • "Don't Wanna Let You Go"
    • "Got the Feelin'"
    • "If Ya Gettin' Down"
    • "Keep on Movin'"
    • "Let's Dance"
  • Joe McElderry
    • "Feel the Fire"
  • Kish Mauve
    • "You Make Me Feel"
  • Kylie Minogue
    • "B.P.M"
    • "Boombox"
    • "Boy"
    • "City Games"
    • "I Don't Know What It Is"
    • "In My Arms"
    • "In Your Eyes"
    • "Light Years"
    • "Love Affair"
    • "Love at First Sight"
    • "Loving Days"
    • "The One"
    • "Please Stay"
    • "Rendezvous at Sunset"
    • "Stars"
  • Lemar
    • "The Way Love Goes"
  • Little Boots
    • "Hearts Collide"
    • "No Brakes"
  • Little Mix
  • Marina and the Diamonds
    • "Hollywood"
    • "Guilty"
  • Matt Cardle
    • "Amazing"
    • "Beat of a Breaking Heart"
    • "Chemical"
    • "Letters"
    • "Sparks"
    • "Starlight"
  • Melanie B
    • "Lullaby"
    • "Sophisticated Lady"
  • Melanie C
    • "Goin' Down"
    • "Living Without You"
  • Santa Justa Klan
    • "A toda mecha"
    • "The Sea"
    • "Suddenly Monday"
  • One Direction
    • "I Want"
  • Pixie Lott
    • "Nobody Does It Better"
  • The Saturdays
    • "I Can't Wait"
  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor
    • "Bittersweet"
    • "New York City Lights"
  • Spice Girls
    • "2 Become 1"
    • "Goodbye"
    • "Headlines (Friendship Never Ends)"
    • "If U Can't Dance"
    • "Mama"
    • "Never Give Up on the Good Times"
    • "Saturday Night Divas"
    • "Spice Up Your Life"
    • "Viva Forever"
    • "Voodoo"
    • "Wannabe"
  • U2
    • "Elevation"
  • Westlife
    • "Don't Let Me Go"
    • "Safe"
    • "When You Come Around"
  • Will Young
    • "Cry"
    • "Don't Let Me Down"
    • "From Now On"
    • "Grace"
    • "Over You"
    • "Personal Thunder"
    • "Ready or Not"
    • "Side by Side"
    • "Take Control"
    • "You and I"
  • Francesca Michielin
    • "Arcobaleni"[4]

References

  1. Writers, producers, mixers based in Brighton and Dublin. Biffco. Retrieved on 7 April 2013.
  2. Nissim, Mayer, 'X Factor' Nicolo thanks fans for support, Digital Spy, 11 October 2010. URL accessed on 11 October 2010.
  3. Writers, producers, mixers based in Brighton and Dublin. Biffco. Retrieved on 7 April 2013.
  4. Writers, producers, mixers based in Brighton and Dublin. Biffco. Retrieved on 7 April 2013.

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