Sascha Lappessen, Thomas “Alisson” Lüdke, and Ralf Kappmeier, created Sash! in 1995. The previous year, the three had worked together, under the name of Careca, to produce a piece called “Indian Rave,” which was a midly successful song. In 1996, Sash! released “It’s My Life, “which became a European club hit. In 1997, with Sabine Ohmes as the singer, Sash! released “Encore Une Fois”. Described on Sash’s biography as “the big break, “it reached #2 in the UK Singles Chart, as well as reaching the top 10 of five countries’ singles charts, and the top 20 of seven countries’ singles charts.
In the same year, Sash! produced “Ecuador,” and “Stay,” which both also reached #2 in the UK Singles Chart. In 1998, Sash! released the first single from his second album album “La Primavera,” which reached #3, “Mysterious Times, “which reached #2, and “Move Mania,” which reached #8. The following year, “Colour The World” was sold, and it reached #15. In 2000, “Adelante” was released from the new album “Trilenium”, and it reached #2. “Just Around The Hill”, and “With My Own Eyes”, were also released in that year, reaching #8 and . “Together Again” would be the last single from the album, but was only released in Spain and Denmark.
In 2002, Sash! released his 4th album ‘S4 Sash!’, which produced the hit singles “Ganbareh” which was sung in Japanese, “Run” which featured Boy George, and then “I Believe” which had the powerful vocals of TJ Davis. In 2007, Sash! released an album called ’10th Anniversary’, which was first sold in South Africa. The album was scheduled to be released in the United Kingdom by the end of May 2008. On October 20, 2008 the Best Of 10th anniversary Album finally entered the Uk Market at number 10 in the charts, and then on moved up to number 9. On June 20 2008, Sash! was ranked #168 on the DJ List. In 2008 Sash! came back with a new single “Raindrops (Encore Une Fois)”. The song is a mash up of his first single “Encore Une Fois” and Stunt’s 2006 hit “Raindrops”. In the UK the song jumped from 180 to #9 in the singles chart on its first week of release.