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March 26, 2017 / Posted by:

Judith Pronk, the original lead singer of Alice Deejay!

2000 must’ve been a nightmare year for you if you hated the song Better Off Alone by Alice Deejay, because it was absolutely everywhere and I don’t think you could make it through the week, let alone day, without hearing it once. They played it in stores, on the radio, at clubs, in gyms, at sports games, the birds hummed it, it was the soundtrack of your dreams, etc… etc…. You couldn’t escape it! Alice Deejay had other dance hits but none reached the peak that Better Off Alone reached.

Alice Deejay is a pop-trance project that was put together in 1998 by Dutch DJ and music producer DJ Jurgen. Dutch singer Judith Pronk was brought in to sing a tiny dose of lyrics on Better Off Alone and she ended up singing many songs on Alice Deejay’s only album Who Needs Guitars Anyway? Poptastic Confessions did a whole history of Alice Deejay last year. They said that Alice Deejay had two other singers, besides Judith Pronk, and Judith had two dancers for performances and videos.

Alice Deejay stopped performing and putting out music in 2002, but in 2014, it was reborn with a new singer and dancers. They now perform under the name Alice DJ. Judith Pronk is a makeup artist and fashion consultant now.

I heard Better Off Alone for the first time in a long time the other day when I was in a Walgreens, and I expected half of the people to dance like it’s 2000 and the other half to run out of there screaming because they spent decades trying to get that song out of their head.

I don’t think I ever saw the video until the other day and it’s very mid-90s Gwen Stefani on a budget.

Usually the answer to the very important question, “Do you think you’re better off alone?“, is: FUCK YES! But I don’t think I’m better off alone when an Alice Deejay song comes on, because I need someone to share the glorious pain and beautiful memory of dancing to Better Off Alone while wearing pleather pants and stick-on rhinestone tattoos in the year 2000.

Pic: Last.fm

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