Interview by Bill Brewster, Rock's Backpages Audio, 20 July 2004
The pioneering DJ and artist takes us on a journey through London's clubland and the early days of electronic dance music, from Billy's and Blitz, via the gay club scene and the introduction of Ecstasy and House music, through to hitting with S'Express.
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