This article is about the Belgian techno band. For the military camouflage pattern, see T99 (camouflage). For the Russia tank, see Universal Combat Platform T-99. For the Chinese tank, see Type 99 tank.
Origin Belgium
Genres Acid house, electronica, breakbeat hardcore
Years active 1989-92, 2000
Labels Columbia/Emphasis
Associated acts 2 Unlimited, Technotronic
Past members Patrick de Mayer
Olivier Abbeloos

T99 was a Belgian electronic music group, best known for their song, "Anasthasia", which reached #14 in the UK Singles Chart in May 1991.[1]

T99 was initially Patrick de Meyer, who released three solo works under this pseudonym. However, he heard Olivier Abbeloos (also of Quadrophonia) working on the track "Anasthasia", and suggested that Abbeloos release it as T99.

From then on T99 was a duo, made up of de Meyer and Abbeloos. They experienced brief success with "Anasthasia" and the follow-up, "Nocturne". Their only album release, Children of Chaos, contained seventeen tracks which varied from hardcore techno to ambient techno, along with a spoken-word performance art piece. Their sound was sampled in tracks by 2 Unlimited and Kylie Minogue.

"Anasthasia" appeared on the soundtrack to the 1999 film, Human Traffic.

De Meyer later went on to write material for Technotronic and 2 Unlimited, Olivier Abbeloos started his own label Holographic.




Year Single Peak positions Album
US Dance
1988 "Invisible Sensuality" singles only
1989 "Too Nice To Be Real"
1991 "Anasthasia" 9 4 23 22 14 5 Children Of Chaos
"Nocturne" 39 19 27 33
1992 "Gardiac"
2000 "The Rhythm Of The Groove" Complete Works (The Best Of T99)
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.


  1. Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 545. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.
  2. "Official Charts Company: T99". Official Charts Company. Retrieved 2014-06-08.
  3. "T99 - US Dance Club Songs". billboard.com. Retrieved 2014-06-08.

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