By 1995, the South London-based duo of Simon Ratcliffe and Felix Buxton was drawing praise from all corners of the American and British house community as one of the top house production units. One track from their third EP, "Flylife," became a Top 20 hit in England, and it proved one of the year's most popular club anthems. After being courted by several major labels, they signed to XL Recordings and readied their debut full-length, Remedy, for a 1999 release. Second album Rooty followed two years later, an outgrowth of the duo's similarly named club night. 2003's Kish Kash and 2006's Crazy Itch Radio followed. ~ John Bush
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