Discographie
The original hit-single of 1985 and also the first release from Matterhorn Project- (although not the first from Stella and PJ -see background). The single was was a hit straight away and stayed at number two in the Swiss charts for three weeks.
Matterhorn Project founded swiss ethno-pop with "Muh!", which later inspired other artists.
The South African version also hit the top ten charts, reaching number five.
Successful release also in Japan.
The second hit single from Matterhorn Project called "Yo-Lollo-Diuh" got to number eight. It combined traditional yodelling with Stella's unmistakeable singing and matterhorn-like Electro-Pop. Releases in Germany and Austria.
Also in 1985: The first album from MattPro - full of hidden wit, electronic effects and swiss artefacts.
Album-songs:
- MUH!
- Yo-Lollo-Diuh
- Tell
- The Ballad of the Alpine Horns
- The Gnomes of Zurich
- I Know I'm Crazy
- Animal Farm
- High in the Mountains

This album also reached the charts (26) and was released in different countries.
Later the first album got released as a CD with this cover. Not available anymore.
Stella und PJ attempt a stylistic expansion in the Space-Pop genre.
The single "Trigger U" is more dance and electronic pop. The public would rather of had more cows....

In addition the album "Dancing to the Beat of Life" is released.
Stella and PJ continue to provoke with their single "Sex". Stella appears pregnant in the video, which results in a broadcasting ban.
The first single taken from the "Tek*Novelty" album. "Chilbi-Time" is the Matterhorn version of the swiss folk song "Steiner Chilbi".
Comedy-Pop yet again. This time it's Prince Charles' turn, making fun of his unfortunate telephone conversation with Camilla.
The third album "Tek*Novelty" is a wild rollercoaster ride with technoid elements, the usual Mattpro silliness and real pop and dance.

The album is sought after on the russian black market - unfortunately, our two heroes don't get to see a single red rouble.....
The "Alti Bäbeli Tekno" was produced only for the world famous Basle carneval called "Fasnacht". This maxi CD has a technoid potpourri of the most popular Fasnacht melodies and was blasted from the Alti Bäbeli-Clique waggon during the three day event.
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