Various - cheeky edits vol.1
Their initial work included a remix of an Ariel song (a band which included Tom Rowlands of The Chemical Brothers on drums), released under their '237 Turbo Nutters' name, and the track " Song to the Siren ", issued as an independent single on Diamond Records, reportedly inspired by a nickname Ed Simons had. The single also contained two longform remixes of the track. The band took the song to various dance record shops around London but no one picked it up. [ citation needed ] "Song to the Siren" was made simply using a Hitachi hi-fi system, a computer, a sampler, and a keyboard, using a sample of This Mortal Coil .
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