Born in Bristol, England, Hooper began his career as a DJ and as a member of the Wild Bunch, the Bristol-based group that would turn into Massive Attack.
Between 1989 and 1992 he produced the debut albums for Soul II Soul (Club Classics Vol. I), Massive Attack (Blue Lines) and Björk (Debut), which in 1995 Mixmag magazine ranked the 31st, 1st and 3rd best dance albums of all time.
The 1995 Brit Awards honored Hooper as…
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|2||O Verona (Reprise)||2,127 listeners|
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|5||Introduction To Romeo||2,015 listeners|
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