Appropriately more than enough, the London industrial band HIGHER THAN One was composed of two vocalists/keyboardists/programmers, Lee Newman and Michael Wells. Much less heavy as much industrial groupings, and with probably more of a feeling of laughter, the duo debuted in the middle-’80s with some limited-edition and/or cassette-only produces, including 1987’s All of the Experts Licked Me; their initial broadly distributed album was 1988’s Dance from the Cowards. This is subsequently reissued by Polish Trax! in the U.S. in 1989 as London, a two-disc established offering six extra monitors. G-Force (1989) as well as the Index EP (1991) implemented before HIGHER THAN One and Polish Trax! parted methods; the duo came back in 1992 with Duty and Trust for ROIR, but never have been noticed from since.