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Mark Stewart (born South Shields, Tyne & Wear) is a British musician and founding member of The Pop Group. He makes polemical noise-funk with a hip-hop reggae dub feel and has recorded for On-U Sound Records and Mute Records. Stewart started out in Bristol in 1978 in music with The Pop Group a band whose titles (such as "For How Much Longer Do We Tolerate Mass Murder?") demonstrate political conviction, disrespect for copyright, and willingness to collaborate that laid… read more

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  • what a sick cunt
  • "Learning to Cope with Cowardice" is delightful, I especially enjoy the distortion throughout the album. Adrian Sherwood and Mark Stewart were both kind of nuts to release an album such as this. The world is a better place.
  • His last album is terrific. Really deserves more listeners. [2]
  • His last album is terrific. Really deserves more listeners.
  • Stranger: Love Love Love Love etcetera
  • New Album out now!
  • Learning to Cope with Cowardice is still relevant.
  • Clearly a predecessor to Vanilla Ice.
  • Хорошо
  • I met Mark today in the Camden music video exchange, very odd place to meet him but really nice guy.

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