Electribe 101  

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Electribe 101 was a British-based house-music group in the late 1980s and early 1990s, managed by Tom Watkins, then manager of Pet Shop Boys.

Before signing with Mercury/PolyGram Records in 1988, the group released its first single, "Talking With Myself," without much success. However, before its next single release, Martin guested with Eric Robinson of Eric and the Good Good Feeling on the S'Express record "Hey, Music Lover."

In 1990, Electribe 101 released its debut album, Electribal Memories. The group also re-released its single "Talking With Myself," which reached #23 on the UK Singles Chart. In late 1990, the band released its version of the Jesse Rae song "Inside Out" (a hit for Odyssey) and toured as support act for Depeche Mode.




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