A ’90s dance act unafraid to throw an evergrowing variety of designs (and examples) in to the combine, Apollo 440 hit the Uk TOP in 1997 by sampling Truck Halen for the one “Ain’t Talkin’ Bout Dub,” and big-band drummer Gene Krupa for “Krupa.” The group was shaped in 1991 by Howard Grey (a former studio room engineer), his sibling Trevor, classically educated for the piano, and their Liverpool schoolmate Noko, previously the guitarist in Howard Devoto’s Luxuria. The group was inspired by Britain’s acid-house explosion, and proved helpful as remixers (occasionally beneath the name Stealthsonic Orchestra) for U2, EMF and Shabba Rates prior to making the step to actual documenting. The one “Astral America” made an appearance for the group’s very own Stealth Sonic Information in 1993, accompanied by membership strikes like “(Don’t Dread) The Reaper” and “Krupa,” both which utilized an frequently formulaic hook lent from apparent musical classics of days gone by. Apollo 440’s debut record, Millennium Fever, made an appearance in 1995, implemented two years afterwards by Electro Glide in Blue. The group resurfaced in early 2000 with Obtaining On top of Your Own Source.