Ricardo Autobahn is a writer composing for soundtracks, adverts, corporate events and TV shows. He co-wrote the UK's 2006 Eurovision entry, the top 10 hit 'Teenage Life' with Daz Sampson.
He is a member of the Cuban Boys, who had a top 5 million selling UK hit single in the same week they had a number 1 on John Peel's Festive 50. During a Cuban Boys hiatus, Ric and Jenny formed Spray. Spray have topped every college radio chart in the USA with 'I Am Gothic'. The Cuban Boys recently regrouped, and there is new music online. They are currently favourites of Phill Jupitus on 6Music and John Kennedy on XfM.
Ricardo scored another top 10 smash in 2002, this time with the UK's number 5 rapper Daz Sampson and the legendary country star Glen Campbell on a remake of 'Rhinestone Cowboy'.
In 2003 the papier mache kids band the Barndance Boys had a hit (of sorts) and toured the UK. Ric also scored some award- winning commercials, reworked the Battle Of The Planets music for the international DVD, and lots of other soundtrack work that will be archived here soon.
In 2005 Ric co-wrote and produced the international hit 'The Woah Song' with DJ Daz and - also with Daz - co-wrote Dana Rayne's club hit 'Flying High'.
2006 saw another top 10 hit with 'Teenage Life', the recording of Ric's full-length debut solo album, co-writing and producing Lolly Pop's eponymous album, more indie radio sessions from the Cuban Boys, and being part of the Becky 'Less Than Three' internet phenomenon.
In 2009 Autobahn collaborated with DEVO on his new project The Attery Squash and with Lolly Pop again in Pop Inc. Watch out also for new productions in the Eurodance field - details to come...