Alessandra Mirka Gatti first got a name in Italo disco when she met Giancarlo Pasquini in the late 1980s. After recording various tracks as a back vocalist, she recorded her first song under her most recognized alias, Domino, in 1989. She then helped found A Beat C with Giacarlo Pasquini and Alberto Contini, in 1990, but left in 2006 to embark on her most recent project with ex-A Beat C producer, Sandro Oliva, Go Go's Music (Which had its first appearance on Super Eurobeat 175, and officially added to the label roster on Super Eurobeat 177.)
She has sung under these aliases with A Beat C, not limited to the following:
King & Queen
Salt & Pepper
Today she sings exclusively under the alias Domino, and as a member of the Eurobeat group Go Go Girls with Elena Gobbi Frattini - for her label Go Go's Music.
Her most well known songs are:
"Tora Tora Tora" - Domino's most well known song, which was produced by Bratt Sinclaire for ABeatC in 1994.
She was married to Italo disco/Eurobeat artist Giancarlo Pasquini and has a son named Federico, who was born to him. He has been raised by Gatti after their divorce, involved in music activity, and also active as a eurobeat singer the same as his parents under the stage name Kaioh (Formerly known as Freddy Rodgers).
Fall in Love
Super Eurobeat 13
Super Eurobeat 16
Super Eurobeat 17
Maharaja Night HI-NRG Revolution 01
Super Eurobeat 32
Super Eurobeat 39
Tora Tora Tora
Super Eurobeat 48
Beat Beat Freak
Maharaja Night HI-NRG Revolution 16
Baby Come Back
The Alfee Meets Dance
Hot & Soul (with Aki)
Maharaja Night HI-NRG Revolution 17
Talking Hands (with Aki)
Super Eurobeat 64
Give Me Five
Super Eurobeat 69
My Love Is Still Alive
Maharaja Night HI-NRG Revolution 19
Spinning Like A Top
Super Eurobeat 79
Boy Meets Girl
Super Eurobeat 80 Anniversary Non-Stop Mix Request Count Down 80!!
I Wanna Dance
Super Eurobeat 88
Feel My Heart
Super Eurobeat 90 Anniversary Non-Stop Request Count Down 90!!
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