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Beats International

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Beats International: A Family Affair

Interview by Push, Melody Maker, 10 February 1990

SINCE LEAVING THE HOUSEMARTINS, NORMAN COOK HAS BEEN WORKING UP SOME SHARP DANCE GROOVES. PUSH INVESTIGATES HIS LATEST PROJECTS. ...

Beats International: "Ngh-nngh-ngghh-ngh-nnunnugh!"

Interview by Tom Doyle, Smash Hits, 21 February 1990

Hark! It's the sound of "Dub Be Good To Me — as invented by a bloke who used to be in the Housemartins and a ...

Beats International: Let Them Eat Bingo (Go Beat 842196-2)

Review by David Sinclair, The Times, 6 April 1990

Light beats from a bright cook ...

Beats International

Interview by Michael Azerrad, Rolling Stone, 12 July 1990

Former pop bassist Norman Cook proves a studio wizard ...

Beats International are a Pop Group of Their Time

Report and Interview by John McCready, The Face, November 1990

...an indie star turned dance guru, a soap star turned singer, and a motley crew of British rappers, singers, musicians, graffiti artists and dancers passing ...

U.K. Indie Dance

Report and Interview by Tony Fletcher, Spin, December 1990

THE YEAR 1990 has been one of re-evaluation and subsequent rejuvenation for bands in Britain. Spurred on by the excitement of 1988's acid-house scene and ...

Beats International: Play That Funky Music, White Boy

Report by Mat Snow, Q, November 1991

SOME POP MUSICIANS know stardom has arrived when the crowds at the in-store signing have to be kept back by a police cordon. For others, ...

see also Norman Cook

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