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Definition of Xenomania

Xenomania
Xenomania Xen`o*ma"ni*a, n. [Gr. xe`nos strange + E. mania.] A mania for, or an inordinate attachment to, foreign customs, institutions, manners, fashions, etc. [R.] --Saintsbury.

Meaning of Xenomania from wikipedia

- Xenomania is an English songwriting and production team founded by Brian Higgins and based in Kent, England. Formed after Higgins met Miranda Cooper,...
- discography of UK pop production house Xenomania, put together by writer and producer Brian Higgins. Members of the Xenomania writing and production team include...
- through his Xenomania production group. A key collaborator with Higgins is Miranda Cooper, who shares co-writing credits in nearly all Xenomania-written tracks...
- as a client. She went to work with British songwriters and producers Xenomania. In 2014 the YouTube channel "Reload" published two videos featuring her...
- English pop duo formed in 2008 by British songwriting and production team Xenomania. They were managed by 19 Entertainment and signed to Geffen and Polydor...
- EMI Records. After reuniting with Brian Higgins from production team Xenomania, new music from Coyle began development in 2014. In November 2010, Coyle...
- Wonder, Richard X, Shaznay Lewis, Sia, Tom Aspaul, William Orbit and Xenomania. Both Range and Berrabah wished them luck with their new venture. The...
- whom they worked with on the previous album such as Jony Rockstar and Xenomania. They went over to America to work with bigger producers such as Linda...
- collaborations with Brian Higgins and his songwriting and production team Xenomania earned the group critical acclaim, due to an innovative approach to mainstream...
- who disbanded before gaining a firm record deal. It was produced by Xenomania and chosen by Girls Aloud's manager Louis Walsh as their debut single...
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