Frontman for the sadly defunct Pop Can Eat Itself, among other activities, Clint Mansell (b. January 7, 1963, Coventry, Britain) has performed a whole lot of music. Affectionately referred to as Clint Poppie, he began in 1981, developing a group known as From Eden, including future associates of Pop Will Eat Itself, within the British industrial town of Stourbridge. After many years, the music group split up (they argued over who acquired performed better over the Pipe). Mansell, alongside upcoming Poppies Adam Mole and Graham Crabb, after that recruited the 4th Poppie, Richard March, and proceeded release a an EP as Crazy and Wandering. On the following EP, self-released, the music group finally found rest using the name Pop Will Eat Itself, taken from an NME content. Signed to Section 22, Pop Will Eat Itself released some singles and a set of albums, attracting very much attention. Ultimately, they authorized to RCA. After three albums, countless singles, and a good amount of essential and commercial achievement, RCA dumped the Poppies. They instantly signed making use of their previous A&R man’s label, Infectious. After another couple of albums, the music group started to fragment. Crabb break up for his personal task, Golden Claw Music, and in 1996 Pop Will Eat Itself split. Mansell shifted to the U.S. following the breakup. Then proceeded to create the score towards the film Pi, and he created a limited-edition U.K. remix 12″ from the movie’s theme. Furthermore, he spent some time working with Trent Reznor, both assisting with remixes and showing up on Nine In . Fingernails’ album The Fragile, and it has pursued film rating aggressively, like the ratings for Requiem to get a Fantasy, Moon, Noah, The Fountain, Stoker, and Dark Swan, the second option which received a Grammy nomination. Mansell shipped even more critically acclaimed ratings in the next years, including those for Ben Wheatley’s cinematic version of J.G. Ballard’s Great Rise, the live-action remake of Ghost within the Shell, and a brief rating for the San Junipero bout of satirical anthology series Dark Mirror.