Laura More

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Musical artist

Laura Muncey (born 16 December 1980), known as Laura More, is a British singer and dancer who is best known for her appearance in the "Call on Me" music video, and in her lead vocals in Uniting Nations single "Ai No Corrida".

Discography

Singles

Single Year Peak positions Album
UK European Hot 100 US Hot 100
2005 "Ai No Corrida" 18 55 - Uniting Nations' album One World

Ai No Corrida

"Ai No Corrida" was Uniting Nations' third single, which featured the vocal talents of Laura More and had its UK release on 7 November 2005 on enhanced CD (which included the video), 12 inch Vinyl and Digital Download. It also reached the top 20 in the UK, peaking at number 18. Uniting Nations's "Ai No Corrida" was used by Danny Choo in his Shibuya-based Tokyo Dance Trooper video.

Earlier career

She appeared in Eric Prydz's song "Call on me" music video. The music video was directed by Huse Monfaradi and features an aerobics class of women wearing 1980s styled aerobics outfits performing gym routines led by Australian dancer and choreographer Deanne Berry. There was one man in the group, played by Juan Pablo Di Pace. Laura then appeared with Deanne, Juan and most of the other Call on Me dancers in the Ministry of Sound fitness video Pump It Up. She also appeared in the video for the Michael Gray single "The Weekend".

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