About Moulin Rouge
Moulin Rouge was a Slovenian (ex-Yugoslav) italo disco group that had hits in the late 80's with the singles "Boys Don't Cry" and "High Energy Boy". Formed by Matjaž Kosi, after he left Videosex in 1985, the band was originally an all-male three-piece. Their first domestic release was a self-titled 2-song EP in 1985, which contained "Svet je za Glorio" and "Mi plešemo". "Moulin Rouge", released in 1987, was their first full-length album, now as a male/female duo consisting of Kosi and Alenka Šmid. Read more about Moulin Rouge on Last.fm.