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MARRS (or M/A/R/R/S or M|A|R|R|S) was a one-off recording act from 1987, which was a collaboration between the alternative/dream pop band A.R. Kane and the electro/reggae group Colourbox, with additional input from DJs CJ Mackintosh and Dave Dorrell. Both artists recorded on the legendary London, England alternative label 4AD. M/A/R/R/S' sole release was the single Pump up the Volume, which was a number-one hit in the United Kingdom and a significant milestone in the development of British house music and sampling culture. "Pump up the Volume" is considered to have been the first U.K. number one to contain samples from other songs. "Pump Up the Volume" is widely credited with giving Israeli Eurovision Song Contestan... read more