Lenny Dee

Leonardo Didesiderio

Also known as "Dee", 'Dee', Dee, Dee, L., DJ Lenny Dee, Grandmaster Dee, I.Dee, Kenny D, L Dee, L. Dee, L.Dee, Lennis Deeus, Lenny, Lenny "Dee", Lenny "The Vox" Dee, Lenny ''Dee'', Lenny 'Dee', Lenny 'The Vox' Dee, Lenny D, Lenny D., Lenny Dee "The Vox", Lenny Desiderio, Lenny Lee, Lenny Motherfucking Dee, Lenny-Dee

Short biography of Lenny Dee: Lenny Dee started his career in DJing in the 80s at a local roller disco in Brooklyn NYC at the age of 17, which become his first residency. Lenny Dee is recognized as one of New York’s earliest Techno pioneers. His earlier music consisted of Disco, Electro-Body, High Energy and early House.

Lenny crossed paths with NY legend/ Radio DJ and Producer - Tommy Musto. Tommy and Lenny went on to make over 20 records together on Tommy’s label Fourth Floor that became underground hits in the U.K.

Lenny furthered his career by collaborating with Techno legend Frankie Bones and the DJ / Producer team of Frankie Bones and Lenny Dee was born. Their music catapulted on the British charts, with the XL-Recordings release Looney Tunes in 1989. The two Brooklyn born natives stormed through the UK'S dance scene with a style of breaks and pounding grooves that still influences Techno music today.

Lenny Dee took a short break to finish his Recording Engineering degree in New York City’s Institute of Audio Research. This led him to NY’s prestigious Skyline Studios, which at the time was the home of one of Lenny’s idols – legendary producer/singer/songwriter Nile Rodgers who is the producer of Chic, Madonna and David Bowie among others.

He left Skyline to work for another musical pioneer Arthur Baker the owner of Shakedown Studios and Producer of the Soul Sonic Force. Lenny became Baker’s Production Assistant, working on projects for New Order, Brooklyn Funk Essentials and Al Jarreau just to name a few. In this time Lenny met up with House music Producer Victor Simonelli. Lenny and Victor soon found themselves in the studio for Nu Groove and Network Records in the U.K. as well as doing music for David Morales’ Def Mix Productions.

In 1989, Lenny’s musical exploits brought him to Europe, which changed his direction once again. Lenny Dee’s DJing career propelled him to be one of the most sort after International Techno DJs in the world. In a Time where DJs remained local for the most part, he became the number one International DJ in Germany, Scotland, France and Switzerland with his new sound – Hardcore Techno - a sound that he is still known for today.

In the 90's Lenny Dee was twice awarded the accolade of 'Best Worldwide Techno DJ' by the Scottish Dance Music Awards. Frontpage Magazine heralded him as 'International DJ of the Year' and he has received wide spread coverage in other dance music publications like DJ Times, MixMag, Musik, and Mixer Magazine. He was recently featured in the Dutch DJ Broadcast Mag, UK’s Mixmag (as No 1 of the ‘Hardest DJ’s), Germany’s Groove and Raveline magazines and in XLR8R from the USA.

Lenny Dee DJs all around the world including all across the USA - from Australia through Western & Eastern Europe and as far as Russia, Japan and Sth. America. He has performed at most big events including to over million people at the Love Parade in Berlin, Techno Street Parades in Paris, Switzerland and Hamburg, Mayday in Germany, Tribal Gathering UK, Woodstock 2000 NYC, and the Jane’s Addiction Reunion Tour in NYC 1997.

Lenny Dee launched Industrial Strength Records in the U.S.A. in 1991with PCP’s ‘Mescalinium United’, becoming the first Hardcore Techno label in the world and one of the first Electronic Labels in the U.S.A. His label has featured artists such as Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin, Laurent Garnier, Daft Punk, The Mover, DJ Paul, Manu le Malin, Cirillo, Oliver Chesler and Nasenbluten among other ground breaking music that has pioneered the label for over a decade. Lenny is also the founder of 2 Music Publishing companies.

On a personal front Lenny’s productions have always been diverse from his signature Hardcore to working with Grammy Nominated COC, collaboration’s with Prodigy Co-Producer Neil McClellan, releases on Warner Bros, Strictly Rhythm, R&S Records, A&M Records, Gigilo, ID&T, Music Man, Rotterdam Records, Third Movement, remixes for Atlantic Records, Sven Vath as well as chart topping hits in Holland and Italy – including projects with Italy’s superstar DJ Moella from RadioDeeJay FM.

Lenny Dee's classic hit 'Morning After' under his pseudonym of 'Fallout' is also featured on the Sony Play Station's PS2 hit game Grand Theft Auto : San Andreas on Rockstar Games - which has sold over 60 million games to date and his conceptual project ‘ Extreme Terror’ also featured on the hit game DOOM by Williams Entertainment which was the biggest selling video game during the 90’s.

Lenny Dee has been collaborating on many projects including an album with DJ Radium - ‘Noise Brulee’ -released through Audiogenic (France) that features a music video for ‘Headbanger Boogie’– the 1st Hardcore Music Video to get national airplay in France. Other projects include his critically acclaimed Hard Techno Mix Hard Disc Version 1.0, and releases with Promo, Neophtye, Manu Le Malin, Unexist & Tommykocker. His classic hit The Dreamer is out now, featuring a remix by Promo, Holland’s number one Hardcore DJ / Producer.

Lenny Dee has also joined forces with DJ Promo to create a new label and new sound together - 'Industrial Movement' which features TERRORFAKT, DPassion, Acrosome, Def Affect, Life:Runs:Red and Lenny Dee and Promo’s – Electronic Pig project.

On the techno front, Lenny’s project ‘Tekno Killah’ with Randy & Neo Genesi will be out on IST early 2008 with a new video. He also has a number of releases with Chris Liberator & Darc Marc on the Liberator’s Underground labels ‘Maximum / Minimum’ & Cluster, 4x4 with Julian Liberator, RAW with The Geezer, Powertools with ANT, a remix of ‘Strong Bad’ on Slovenia’s Brian Damage Records and releases on France’s Gazole and Highway labels and UK’s Subvert.

Lenny Dee continues to be booked regularly for Hardcore and Techno gigs around the world and is producing music from Hardcore to Electro. Lenny will continue to bring pleasure to audiences worldwide by pushing back the barriers of Electronic Music

Also on the Web you may find Lenny Dee by links below:
  1. http://www.myspace.com/lennydee
  2. http://www.industrialstrengthrecords.com
  3. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lenny-Dee/36242269677?ref=ts
  4. http://twitter.com/#!/DJLennyDee
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# Album cover Album title Tracks amount Download album in mp3? Official release date Production label
1 Lenny Dee - Volume One Volume One 8
mp3, CD
1989 Nu Groove Records
2 Lenny Dee - Looney Tunes II Looney Tunes II 15
mp3, CD
1990-05-00 Nu Groove Records
3 Lenny Dee - Funky Twisted Funky Twisted 4
mp3, CD
1996-00-00 Industrial Strength Limited
4 Lenny Dee - *10 *10 7
mp3, CD
1993-01-01 Edge Records
5 Lenny Dee - Mokum Traxxx Mokum Traxxx 4
mp3, CD
1993-00-00 Mokum Records
6 Lenny Dee - Round One Round One 4
mp3, CD
1994 Rotterdam Records
7 Lenny Dee - I've Made A Change / Worst I've Made A Change / Worst 2
mp3, CD
1995-00-00 Shockwave Recordings
8 Lenny Dee - Wake Up Brooklyn Wake Up Brooklyn 5
mp3, CD
1995 Ruff Beats Records
9 Lenny Dee - Round 2 Round 2 4
mp3, CD
1996 Rotterdam Records
10 Lenny Dee - Muthafuckin Drum Machine Muthafuckin Drum Machine 3
mp3, CD
1996 Ruff Beats Records
11 Lenny Dee - Hardcore Trax Vol.1 Hardcore Trax Vol.1 3
mp3, CD
1994 Shoop!
12 Lenny Dee - Untitled Untitled 4
mp3, CD
1992-00-00 ETC
13 Lenny Dee - Industrial F**kin Strength 2 - Unleash The Brutality - Featuring DJ Mix Lenny Dee Industrial F**kin Strength 2 - Unleash The Brutality - Featuring DJ Mix Lenny Dee 28
mp3, CD
14 Lenny Dee - History Of Industrial Strength Vol 1 History Of Industrial Strength Vol 1 19
mp3, CD
2002-00-00 UWe
15 Lenny Dee - IFS3: 667 Neighbor Of The Beast IFS3: 667 Neighbor Of The Beast 34
mp3, CD
2001-07-31 The Music Cartel
16 Lenny Dee - Just As Long As I Got You Just As Long As I Got You 4
mp3, CD
1989 XL Recordings
17 Lenny Dee - Spontaneous Combustion Spontaneous Combustion 3
mp3, CD
1994 Ruff Beats Records
18 Lenny Dee - A Weekend In Bklyn Part I A Weekend In Bklyn Part I 3
mp3, CD
1995 Ruff Beats Records
19 Lenny Dee - Industrial Strength Industrial Strength 17
mp3, CD
20 Lenny Dee - Emotional Response Emotional Response 4
mp3, CD
1996 LD Records (3)
21 Lenny Dee - Just As Long As I Got You Just As Long As I Got You 4
mp3, CD
1989 XL Recordings
22 Lenny Dee - IFS4 - Chillin Is Killin IFS4 - Chillin Is Killin 38
mp3, CD
2002-10-29 The Music Cartel
23 Lenny Dee - The Looney Tunes EP Vol. Two The Looney Tunes EP Vol. Two 14
mp3, CD
24 Lenny Dee - The Looney Tunes EP Vol. One The Looney Tunes EP Vol. One 8
mp3, CD
1989 XL Recordings
25 Lenny Dee - Forgotten Moments Forgotten Moments 3
mp3, CD
1997 LD Records (3)
26 Lenny Dee - Everything Bamboo Everything Bamboo 2
mp3, CD
1987 Magnetic Dance
27 Lenny Dee - Dark Matter Dark Matter 2
mp3, CD
28 Lenny Dee - Spasm / Meta. 1 / Hypnotic Trance Spasm / Meta. 1 / Hypnotic Trance 3
mp3, CD
1993 Ultra Ethereal
29 Lenny Dee - Trax From The Darkside Trax From The Darkside 13
mp3, CD
1993 Industrial Strength Records
30 Lenny Dee - Genocide, A Live Recording Genocide, A Live Recording 2
mp3, CD
1997 Rage Records
31 Lenny Dee - Rez VI Rez VI 16
mp3, CD
1996 Rezerection
32 Lenny Dee - Evil Murk 337 Evil Murk 337 2
mp3, CD
2003-02-00 Maximum / Minimum
33 Lenny Dee - Secktor D Secktor D 3
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2003 Highway 46
34 Lenny Dee - Analog Man Analog Man 3
mp3, CD
1992 Great Asset
35 Lenny Dee - I Called You / Trash Talking I Called You / Trash Talking 2
mp3, CD
2003 The Third Movement

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