Jack Dangers has become a source of inspiration -- recognized and unrecognized -- for many throughout the spectrum of electronica; just as Dangers himself was inspired as a young teenager by the cut up experimental electronics of Cabaret Voltaire and the techno-pop of Kraftwerk, there's little doubt that Dangers' output as the braintrust of Meat Beat Manifesto helped inspire the drum'n'bass, big beat, and trip-hop movements of the '90s, along with playing significant roles in industrial, acid house, and ambient techno. Born Jack Corrigan in Swindon, England (born 1967), Dangers cut his teeth in the mid-'80s with future MBM accomplice Johnny Stephens in Perennial Divide. While his band was still active, he initiated Meat Beat for what he had planned to be a one-off, an outlet to release "I Got the Fear." Several albums later, Dangers' ...
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