Black Box was an Italian house music group popular in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
The trio debuted with the single “Ride on time”. Not only was the record a huge hit at home, but it soon crossed over into the British pop charts, landing at the number one spot for six consecutive weeks despite the controversy that erupted in the wake of the discovery that it included uncredited samples of Loleatta Holloway’s disco single “Love sensation”.
A series of Black Box hits followed, among them “I don’t know anybody else” (a Top Ten smash in the U.S. as well) and “Everybody everybody”; the group’s debut LP, 1990’s “Dreamland” was also a success.
After a long hiatus, Black Box returned in 1995 with the album “Positive vibration” which went largely unnoticed.