The UK’s entrants in the 1995 Eurovision Melody Competition, dance/rap collective Like Town Groove originally entered your competition ‘for a tiny have fun’. Certainly their stylised but effusive distillation from the Stereo system MC’s formula demonstrated an unexpected strike in the qualifying levels. Led by Beanz (b. Stephen Rudden), with fellow rappers Jay Williams, Paul Hardy and ‘Cause’, the melody, a fifty percent rapped/fifty percent sung affair also entitled ‘Love Town Groove’, discovered favour in the united kingdom charts. In addition, it served to provide your competition some unpredicted trustworthiness and became a staple from the UK’s summer season 1995 pop radio schedules. There is some controversy on the solitary in the press, nevertheless, when joggers up Dear Jon argued the solitary had recently been released to golf club DJ’s in January 1995 (though this didn’t infract standing guidelines). Speculating on its Eurovision probabilities, Jonathan Ruler commented the music would ‘either earn or arrive last’. It do neither, owning a reputable UK Best 5 placing. Before the group’s Eurovision achievement the members experienced all been battling fruitlessly as music artists, but now discovered the chance to record their debut recording at London’s Nomis Studios, challenging group members adding to the writing procedure.