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Arriving six years after Up in Downsville, Change the Station finds A Certain Ratio in top form, working from a dance-pop foundation and adding flourishes of Madchester funk and ambient house. This time around, vocalists Denise Johnson and Lrona Bailey dominate the proceedings, and their soulful singing gives the songs dimension, helping make Change the Station a genuine return to form.


Formed: 1977 in Manchester, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Though formed in Manchester's late-'70s punk scene, A Certain Ratio used an increasing amount of electronics throughout the '80s to become more of a dancefloor-oriented band, much like Factory labelmates New Order. The group (whose name is a pointer to a Brian Eno song) was formed in 1977 by vocalists Simon Topping and Martha Tilson, bassist Jeremy Kerr, guitarist Peter Terrell, and guitarist/trumpeter Martin Moscrop -- drummer Donald Johnson later joined as the drummer. New Order manager Rob Gretton...
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