The Uk dance-pop outfit Dubstar formed in Newcastle, Britain in 1992. Made up of vocalist Sarah Blackwood, keyboardist/programmer Steve Hiller and guitarist Chris Wilkie, the trio shortly recorded a demonstration including a cover of Billy Bragg’s “St. Swithin’s Time,” quickly getting a agreement with the meals label. After their initial single, “Superstars,” reached the U.K. Best 40 in the summertime of 1995, Dubstar released their acclaimed debut LP, Disgraceful. In the first weeks of 1996, “NOT Manic Today” became the group’s discovery strike; their sophomore work Goodbye appeared the next year. In Dec 2000 it had been announced that the music group had divide, for Hillier stated that he and Blackwood’s professional and personal interactions had strained, and he previously to artistically move beyond that.