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Beat are known the world over for a string of hit singles in the 80's including "Mirror in the Bathroom", "Too Nice To Talk To", "Can''t Get Used To Losing You", "Hands Off She''s Mine" and "Best Friend". Fronted by vocalist Ranking Roger, the 2016 band also features Roger's son, Matthew Murphy aka 'Ranking Junior' on vocals with Fuzz Townshend on drums, Andy Pearson and Steve Harper on guitars. Their fourth and new studio album Bounce - the first in over 30 years - will be released in September this year. The new album has been written by Ranking Roger and Mick Lister. It has been Produced by Mick Lister (Bad Company, Amy Winehouse, Nina Jayne) and mixed by Tim Hamill, Mick Lister & Dennis Bovell. The album was mastered at Abbey Road Studios. The Beat formed in Birmingham in 1978, part of the West Midlands ska revival scene that also produced The Specials and The Selecter, whilst London saw the formation of Madness and The Bodysnatchers. Their first single was a version of Smokey Robinson's Tears Of A Clown, the single stormed into the Top 10 in December 1979, and saw the band appear twice on Top Of The Pops. Backed by Arista, the band formed their own label Go-Feet Records. The first release in February 1980 was another Top 10 hit, Hands Off... She's Mine, and was the first of twelve chart singles for the band on Go-Feet.
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Worth the wait for a new cd but don't let it be another 30 years
Ranking rogers voice is, he always sort of played second fiddle to dave wakeling.
The album is well produced and the lyrics have real food for thought.
Ranking junior plays his part and it only adds class to this fantastic production.
I hope they continue to release albums of this class