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The four members of Beat Foundation — classically trained and Oxbridge educated — certainly didn’t look like club stars. But the house group’s first two singles, “Foundation” and “Save Me,” caught the eye of Sasha and Masters at Work, among other club veterans. The quartet also gained fame for their DJ sets, mixing in live saxophone and trombone (played by member Big C - who went on to form Groove Armada under the name of Andy Cato), and the vocals of Molloy. ~ John Bush, All Music Guide (mostly)

Edited by davidpaulemery on 26 Feb 2009, 18:57

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Um. I knew Molloy well. Not sure what else I can say.

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