Meat Beat Manifesto are a highly influential electronic group whose sample-heavy mixture of thundering breakbeats, dub basslines, and elements of genres ranging from musique concrète to hip-hop helped lay the foundation for big beat, jungle, trip-hop, and numerous other styles. Led by co-founder and sole constant member Jack Dangers, MBM have been active since the late '80s, releasing acclaimed albums and performing concerts utilizing innovative audio-visual sampling techniques. Debut full-length Storm the Studio, equal parts Skinny Puppy and Public Enemy, was released by Wax Trax! in 1989, causing the group to be unwittingly pegged as an industrial act. By the time of 1992's Satyricon, which contained some of the group's most overtly political lyrics, MBM had developed a major following within the techno and rave community, having ...
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