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  1. About Robert Miles Born in Switzerland and raised in Italy, this DJ-turned-producer made his mark on the dance music community in with the hit single and classic club anthem "Children." An emotive, piano-laden track with a frosty feel, this single proved popular all over Europe and spawned a new genre originally known as "Dream House.".
  2. May 10,  · TRANCE DJ Robert Miles who made iconic track Children has died aged His friends and fans have taken to social media to grieve the world .
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  5. May 10,  · Trance DJ Robert Miles, the legendary producer best-known for his instantly recognisable track “Children”, has died aged 47, it has been reported. The Italian, who was born Robert .
  6. Robert Miles net worth: Robert Miles was a Swiss Italian record producer, composer, DJ, and musician who had a net worth of $8 million. Robert Miles was born in Fleurier, Switzerland in November.
  7. Mar 04,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about DJ Robert Miles* - In The Mix at Discogs. Complete your DJ Robert Miles* collection/5(71).
  8. May 10,  · DJ and Producer Roberto Concina better known professionally as Robert Miles has died. DJMag Italia reports that a nasty disease took him away in the early hours of this morning (May 10 ). Miles had achieved worldwide success with “Children” () and his album “Dreamland” helped define a new sound called “progressive.

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