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Age of Chance were a British alternative rock-dance crossover band from Leeds, England active from 1985 to 1991. They were perhaps most known for their mutant metallic cover of Prince's "Kiss" which topped the UK Indie Chart in 1986, and peaked at No. 50 in the UK Singles Chart in January the following year. Despite signing for major label Virgin, and being favourites with the UK music press, they never enjoyed a major hit in the UK, although "Don't Get Mad… Get Even" reached No. 5 in the US Billboard Hot Dance/Club Play chart.
- also known as The Age Of Chance, Age of Change
- genres: Electronic dance music, Alternative rock
- albums: "Crush Collision", "Kiss", "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Noise", "Time's Up", "Playing With Fire", "Mecca", "1000 Years of Trouble", "Don't Get Mad Get Even", "Take It", "Motor City", "Bible of the Beats"
- official website: www.ageofchance.com
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by Jeffrey Ian Ross
The Age of Chance: GamblingIn Western Culture. London: Routledge, 2002. Sauerwine, Stan. Soapy Smith—Skagway's Scourge of the Klondike. Victoria, BC : Heritage House Publishing, 2005. Gangs (Street) Ancient historians as far back as ...
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