Australia-born and U.K.-centered producer/remixer Rob Dougan attracted worldwide attention when his tune “Clubbed to Death” was presented within the 1999 film The Matrix. Reissued in June 2002, the tune reached the 24 slot machine on the English graphs. Dougan was operating like a bartender when he fulfilled his potential partner, Rollo, maker of Faithless and Dido. Pooling their assets, they shaped a production group, known alternately as Dignity and Our Tribe. Putting your signature on with a little 3rd party label, Roo Artwork, they documented the to begin a lengthy group of remixes. When Rollo made a decision to go back to his house in London soon before their initial release, Dougan implemented. Putting your signature on with Cheeky Information, they reworked their documenting “UNDERSTAND WHY Groove” and released it as their initial 12″ disk in 1991. Although he originally backed his music profession being a salesman within a London skinny jeans store, Dougan shortly considered music full-time. By 1992, he previously caused Judge Jules and his music acquired become a lot more dance-oriented. Dougan and Rollo continuing to collaborate, launching many remixes on Rollo’s brands RDR and OTM between 1992 and 1996. Their recordings stayed released by Champ, which had bought out the administration of Cheeky Information. When BMG obtained Cheeky in 1998, in addition, it secured the privileges to Dougan’s monitors until 2005. Collaborating with previous Miss America competition transformed vocalist Kristine W., Dougan released an individual, “Feel WHAT YOU WOULD LIKE,” in 1994. They continuing to interact on Kristine W.’s debut record, Land from the Living, in 1997. Getting into a solo profession in 1998, Dougan released “Clubbed to Loss of life” over the Mo’ Polish label. He implemented through to its achievement with “Clubbed to Loss of life II” as well as the haunting one “Furious Angels.” His self-titled debut record was released in america in-may 2003.