The UK’s first legal dance music “cut-up” single hit underneath end from the chart in 1980. It had been a montage of R&B/dance information that were possessed in Britain with the PRT (previously Pye Information) group and made an appearance on the dance music subsidiary, Calibre Information. The theory was the brainchild of label mind Dave McAleer and PRT’s dance music advertising guy Morgan Khan, and was predicated on several unlawful US import information around at that time. The 12-inches single edition contained ingredients from over 3 dozen information by acts such as for example Lowrell, Osibisa, Players Association, Positive Power, Real Thing as well as the Sugarhill Gang. Weighed against later records, it had been a little milestone in the united kingdom dance music tale. McAleer remained in dance music for another 10 years before embracing authoring music. Khan continued to create the successful Road Sounds labels.