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Meat Beat Manifesto

Meat Beat Manifesto
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England
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Industrial, electronic, experimental music act started by John Stephen Corrigan (aka Jack Dangers) and Jonny Stephens in 1987, Swindon, United Kingdom. Jack Dangers has led the group and been the only permanent member, collaborating with other members along the way. Meat Beat Manifesto's earlier work is widely credited with influencing trip hop, drum & bass, and big beat.
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Meat Beat Manifesto — At the Center Meat Beat Manifesto — At the Center
(Thirsty Ear thi 57159.2, 2005, CD)

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