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A Liverpool-based dance music clothing that scored an archive offer in 2003, released lots two charting solitary that year, and saw their recognition fade and come back by 2007, Ultrabeat was formed by college close friends Mike di Scala, Chris Henry, and Ian Redman. They obtained their record cope with a demonstration of the monitor “Pretty Green Eye” with label All over the Globe, which released the monitor, and it shot to (almost) the very best of the graphs. Their following two singles, “Feelin’ Good” and “MUCH BETTER THAN Life,” strike the very best 25, but solitary number four didn’t make the same waves, and Ultrabeat dropped out of favour, and experienced to shelve their prepared debut recording. Upon liberating the solitary “Elysium (I Proceed Crazy),” Ultrabeat noticed themselves back the nice graces from the pop-buying general public, along with vocalist Rebecca Rudd, the group discovered new life within the graphs and could get plenty of momentum release a their debut recording in Sept 2007. The recording, Ultrabeat: The Recording, broke the very best Ten around the U.K. graphs.

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