(From I Just Can't Stop It album; 1980)
Birmingham's alright if you like t'Sabbath and saxophones. People often dismiss the U.K 2 Tone scene as a buncha nutty boys over cod-Ska, but there were some spooky-arse songs to be found too. Grosse Point Blank is no Point Break let alone a Point Blank, but it does have something special both those movies lack: a John Cusack versus Benny Urquidez fight scene set to Mirror In The Bathroom.
(From Da Beat single; 2016)
Still the best U.K rapfrobeats song not recorded by J Hus, imho. Bare Makosi and Anthony in the hot tub sensual vybz (for best results bump Da Beat in my top 10 non-rap jams of 2016 Audiomack playlist!) Not sure what's sadder here, though: that Da Beat never blew up, or that Ari Ya is the only other New Age Muzik song I've liked.