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Age Of Chance

Age Of Chance were most notable for their cover of Prince‘s Kiss, but there was a plank-like quality to their version that served as an adequate summary of their approach.

Titles like Shut Up and Listen! and Be Fast Be Clean Be Cheap were typical of a band high on spittle but with little real musical muscle.

In 1987 they sounded like the answer to a question that no-one had asked in the first place – they mixed punk, hip hop and Northern Soul.

By 1989’s MeccaThe Stone Roses put them in the shade forever.