|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download mp3 album||Release date||Label fo release|
|1||True House (Remixes)||3||mp3||2002-03-00||Deep Touch Records|
|2||True House||4||mp3||2001-03-14||Kontor Records|
|3||True House||4||mp3||2000||Forensic Records|
|4||True House||6||mp3||1999||Deep Touch Records|
|5||True House (2003 Remixes)||2||mp3||2003||SFP Records|
|6||The Vision||3||mp3||2002||Neat Music Recordings|
|8||True House (2003 Remixes)||2||mp3||2003||Funktástica Records|
|9||Another Lesson E.P.||4||mp3||2000||More Riddem|
|10||Lesson One||4||mp3||1998||Juicy Records|
|11||Carry Me||3||mp3||1999||Urban Entertainment|
|12||True House||4||mp3||1999||House Tempo|
|13||Miami Lounge EP||4||mp3||La Belle Noire|
|14||True House Remixes||3||mp3||House Tempo|
|15||Lesson One||3||mp3||1997-06-16||UrbanHouse Traxx|
|16||Lesson Two||3||mp3||1997-09-22||UrbanHouse Traxx|
|17||True House||4||mp3||2000||Forensic Records|
|18||Another Lesson E.P.||4||mp3||2000||More Riddem|
|19||True House (Remixes)||3||mp3||2002-03-00||Deep Touch Records|
|20||The Vision||3||mp3||2002||Neat Music Recordings|
In 1990, Marc met C -- an inspired 21-year-old Christian Kistler -- a young would-be producer also hopelessly infected with this incurable dance-music virus. Marc shared his production skills with Christian and, after much practising and endless experiments in the studio, they recorded their first mix together 'for fun'. And so 'the Mixfactory' was born. By 1992, definitive C&M mixes were on the playlists of all the major local radio stations.
Six years later, Chris and Marc produced their first 'serious' recordings under the name of 'the Dub-House-Duo'. Frustrated by an unseemly lack of response from the major import record labels, C&M returned to the desk to create a ground-breaking track, one that would take the Underground House Movement by storm, and thus their classic 'Spanish Lesson' was born. Martyn Ebsworthy, a friend and an astute dealer in vinyl, sent the tape to a distributor. Before long, London record label owner Mr. D.B. picked up on C&M's exciting new vibe and a new sub-label for their tracks, Urban-House-Traxx, was born, the rest is history as they say.
In the few short years since they first appeared on the underground dance radar, C&M have managed to appear on such labels as Deep Touch, SFP, NiteGroove, Defected, Byte, 4Record, Urban House Traxx, Harlequin Recordings, Step Ahead Records, Neat Music and Decibel, NYC.