Razor and Guido are a Long Island-based production duo that got their jump into the New York house scene with the help of DJs like Junior Vasquez. They hit the mainstream with a remix of Robert Miles' hit "Fable" and Notorious B.I.G.'s "Mo' Money, Mo' Problems." Their first full-length album, Dance Floor, was released in mid-2000 on Groovilicious, a spin-off of the popular house label Strictly Rythem.
Razor (Peter Orenbach) and Guido Osorio were friends long before they started collaborating with music. At the time the two met, Orenbach was involved in a band that dabbled in rap and had hired him for his knowledge of hip-hop. On the side, he was also doing club remixes, learning his way around the studio. Though Osorio felt he wasn't ready to release any of his productions, the two recorded "Good Time" for Empire State (Eightball). Orenbach and Osorio made the partnership solid when Orenbach received a spec mix from Johnny Vicious, who they knew from popular New York MTV DJ, DJ Skribble. Soon after, through other connections, the two were offered a lot of assignments including the remixing of Robert Miles' anthem "Fable." The two also started recording under the name Razor and GO which many people confused as one person or a different project altogether, though they were just Osorio's initials. Razor and Guido's career also received a lot of help from remix guru and DJ Junior Vasquez who plays their tracks at gigs around the world. In 2000 the big house label Strictly Rythem picked the two up for their offshoot label Groovilicious. The album Dance Floor was released in 2000 and included in its track listing, Razor and Guido's first three releases, "Men Beat Their Men," "Do It Again," and "Don't Look Behind You." ~ Diana Potts, Rovi