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Ruth Joy

London-born Joy found prominence as the writer and singer of Sheffield-based Krush’s ‘Home Arrest’ crossover success from 1987, of which point she was widely touted as the ‘fresh Neneh Cherry’. Nevertheless, it would consider 3 years of function, and many dumped makers, before her debut single album finally noticed the light of day time. Among those included had been Mantronix (who created her debut single single, ‘Don’t Press It’), Loose Ends’ Carl McIntosh and Aswad. Singles culled through the arranged included ‘Experience’ and ‘Satisfaction And Pleasure’.

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