The group was created in 1998 with three members: Andreas Lundstedt, Tess Merkel , and Annikafiore Kjaergaard. Their first single, "Shine On", was successful in Sweden but it was with their second release, "Crying At The Discoteque", that they achieved success across Europe. Both singles appeared on their debut album Casino. Later editions of Casino contained a cover of the Human League's hit "Don't You Want Me", which also served as the album's third single. In the United States, Alcazar gained moderate success. "Crying At The Discoteque" peaked at #44 on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play and "Don't ...
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