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Brian Eno reportedly described Man Jumping as the most important band in the world, but his assertion didn't really help these dance-friendly worldbeat minimalists sell records, even as, following the release of their 1985 debut album Jump Cut on Bill Nelson's Cocteau label, they moved to the relatively higher-profile EG Records (Eno's label, by the way) for 1987's World Service. Keyboardists Orlando Gough, Glyn Perrin, Charlie Seaward, and Schaun Tozer, bassist/keyboardist John Lunn, saxophonist/flutist Andy Blake, and new ...

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  1. The Perils of Tourism
  2. The Trouble Is Is
  3. The Big Swing
  4. Something in the City
  5. On the Rocks
  6. It's Been Fun
  7. The Wedding
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