Marcus Nigsch

Marcus Nigsch

born on 2/9/1972 in Alt St. Johann, SG, Switzerland

Alias Marque

Marque (artist)

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Marque is an Austrian pop artist. He has released albums on the Polydor (1995-1997) and Edel Music (2000) labels. In 2000 he had two top-five singles in the Austrian charts.[1]

Discography

1995 "Wanna Make Love To You"

Singles:

  • "Something In My Eyes"

1997 "Fonkononia"

Singles:

  • "She Walks"
  • "Charlies Letter"
  • "Show You How To Dream"

2000 "Freedomland"

Singles:

  • "One To Make Her Happy" 2000 +
  • "Electronic Lady" 2001
  • "River" 2001

2003 "Pirate Of My Soul"

Singles:

  • "Wonderman" 2002 music video directed by Tim Claxton
  • "Two More Lonely People" 2002
  • "The Reason Why" 2003
  • "Superstar" 2004
  • "Sorry But I Wonder" 2004

2004 "Transparent"

Singles:

  • "Rose Without A Thorn"

Transparent is an album containing some tracks from Pirate Of My Soul and few b-sides formerly available only online. It also features the single Rose Without A Thorn which wasn't released on any album before.

References

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