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Black Science Orchestra was a musical project headed chiefly by the British DJ and producer Ashley Beedle, which produced a number of disco and rare groove-inspired house records in the 1990's.

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History

Enlisting the help of Rob Mello and John Howard, Black Science Orchestra made their debut in 1992 with 'Where Were You', a reworking of the classic Trammps tune 'Where Were You (When the Lights Went Out?). The record was given exposure by Frankie Knuckles, and their subsequent releases found favour with both Knuckles and the Masters At Work team over the course of 1992 & 1993.
Legal disputes, however, delayed the release of the debut Black Science Orchestra album, and when it finally appeared in 1996 it was with a revised line-up of Beedle, Marc Woolford & Uschi Classen.

Discography

Singles

Albums

See also




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