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A Certain Ratio are a post-punk band formed in 1977 in Manchester, England. While originally part of the punk rock movement, they soon added funk and dance elements to their sound. They are sometimes referred to as "post punk funk". The band's name is taken from the lyrics of Brian Eno's song "The True Wheel" from the 1974 album Taking Tiger Mountain.
- also known as ACR; Certain Ratio, A
- genres: House music, Post-punk, Alternative dance, Funk rock, Punk funk, Dance-punk
- albums: "Do the Du", "Force", "Won't Stop Loving You", "Shack Up", "Early", "Fila Brazillia Versus A Certain Ratio", "Good Together", "I'd Like to See You Again", "Looking for A Certain Ratio", "MCR", "Sextet", "The Graveyard & The Ballroom", "The Old & The New", "To Each...", "Up in Downsville", "All Night Party", "Flight", "Life's a Scream", "Waterline", "Change the Station", "Mind Made Up", "Knife Slits Water", "Mickey Way (The Candy Bar)", "Four for the Floor", "Bootsy: Remix", "I Need Someone Tonite", "Live in America", "The Big E"
- official website: www.ltmrecordings.com/a_certain_ratio.html
"A Certain Ratio" a.k.a. "A certain ratio?" is a book by James Buchan.
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by Colin Larkin
A Certain Ratio No UK act crystallized independent, punk-influenced funk more than Manchester's A Certain Ratio. The original lineup comprised Jeremy Kerr ( bass), Simon Topping (vocals/ trumpet), Peter Terrell (guitar), Martin Moscrop ...
A Dictionary of General Knowledge, Or, An Explanation of Words and Things Connected with All the Arts and Sciences ; Illustrated with Numerous Wood Cuts (1835)
by George Crabb
A series of quantities, keeping a certain ratio among themselves ; when they decrease or increase with ...
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