Beginning in the mid- to late '90s, Peter Rauhofer garnered acclaim, attention, and controversy as Club 69, a moniker he used for his rather suggestive style of house music. By the end of the '90s, though, Rauhofer had expanded his reach in the stateside dance community. He not only had a successful label to call his own, Star 69, but also a thriving DJ reputation. If fact, Rauhofer became so well-regarded within the house scene that he began getting offers to remix the work of dance-pop's biggest names. For example, Madonna, Jennifer Lopez, and Depeche Mode are just a few of the more popular artists who asked Rauhofer to give their music his trademark dancefloor treatment. Rauhofer's remixing eventually scored him a Grammy for Remixer of the Year, making him one of the few producer/DJs to crossover to the pop mainstream while still remaining an underground favorite.