Category Archives: Age of Chance

Covers Week, Day 6

The band featured today’s version of another cover version¬† was responsible for the worst fashion crime I have ever perpetrated.¬† As a result of Age Of Chance’s performance of Kiss on the Whistle Test in 1987 I decided that it … Continue reading

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It’s Friday . . . Let’s Dance

When I decided to feature today’s track I realised that the Age of Chance had been ahead of their time on more than one occasion in their short career and never seemed to get the recognition for the innovators that … Continue reading

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Higher Than Heaven

Age of Chance are probably best remembered for their brilliant cover version of Kiss, which came out in a myriad of covers and mixes in 1986. The band first came to the attention of most indie fans due to their … Continue reading

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Where’s That Nicked From?

One of the greatest innovations in music in the late 20th century must be the development of the digital sampler. The sampler has been around since the early 70s but came to prominence in the late 80s with companies such … Continue reading

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