Big Fun (song)  

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"Big Fun" is the title of a song by American house/techno group Inner City. The single went to went to number one on the dance chart in the U.S. for one week, and was the first of five releases by the band to reach the top spot. "Big Fun" was also a top-ten hit in the UK, and also the American R&B singles chart.

In addition, this song is considered by many in the club and DJ communities to be a pioneer with the "Techno" genre of dance music. Inner City is credited with being the first group to develop the "Detroit Techno" style and sound.



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