- Itia/Enas Aitos/Sti Roumeli
- To Papaki/Paringelles/Egiotissa
- Aliti M'Ipes Mia Bradia/Ego Then Imouna Alitis
- Tsiftitelli Tou Atlantis
- Then Boro Manoula/Vasiliko
ATLANTIS released its first recording in 1989,"Dance - Volume I." As its title suggests, the recording was
released simply for the band's fans to continue dancing the night away. This is the only recording that
features George Livanos on lead vocals, with Harry and Ted Karapalides on back-up vocals, and Nick
Koutrotsios on keyboards.
- Kai Me Skotonis/Mou Milas Kai Kokinizo Pedi
- Pote Voudes, Pote Koudes/Thelo Na Tin Kano
- Astatos/Logia Keledomena/Ta Sfalmata Sou Pelega/Mi Mou Zitas/Ftei, Ftei/Then M’Akous
- Kolasi/Rixe Sto Kormi Mou
- Pios Bori
- Yia Sou, Baby! (written by Atlantis)
In June, 1998, the ATLANTIS, consisting of the line-up you see today,released its third recording titled, “Yia
Sou, Baby!” The release featured the mega-hit single of the 1998 summer, “Yia Sou, Baby!” written by the
members of ATLANTIS. It was played on Antenna Radio, Thessaloniki, and TopFM Radio, Patras, Greece,
and the thousands of nightclubs throughout the islands and mainland of Greece. It was the first original
song written by Greek-Americans that truly combined the American and Greek influences in music,
something that has become the norm over the past few years by all today's Greek singers and songwriters.
1998 "Yia Sou, Baby"
- Tha Me Thimithis
- Nisiotika Medley (Provale/Ligaria,
- Hasapiko Medley (Thessaloniki Mou/Omorfi
- Hara Mou
- Irthes Kae Esi
- Ime Anevasmenos (Ime Sta High Mou)
1993 "The Journey"
1993 marked the release of ATLANTIS' second recording titled, "The Journey." The recording featured
Yianni and Popi, who had just joined the band as the featured vocalists. Although"The Journey" featured
covered songs, its has been acclaimed by fellow musicians and fans alike, for its originality in its
production and has been unmatched by any other Greek-American band.
1989 "Dance Volume I"
ATLANTIS MUSIC has made several recordings throughout its history, including the recording of a theme song for the Michael Dukakis'
Presidential Campaign in 1988. They also made several studio recordings that have never been released. Below are three of their
recordings released to the public. Click on the underscored song to hear a sample.