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  1. I Groove Armada sono un duo musicale inglese di musica elettronica, originario di Cambridge, attivo dal 1996 e formato da Andy Cato (al secolo Andrew Cocup) e Tom Findlay. Indice. 1 Biografia. 2 Discografia. 2.1 Album studio. 2.2 Raccolte. 2.3 Live. 3 Curiosità. 4 Altri progetti. 5 Collegamenti esterni. Biografia [ modifica | modifica wikitesto]

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  2. Groove Armada are an English electronic music duo, composed of Andy Cato and Tom Findlay. They achieved chart success with their singles " At the River ", " I See You Baby " and " Superstylin' ". The duo have released nine studio albums, four of which have charted in the UK Albums Chart top 50.

    • London, England
    • Andy Cato, Tom Findlay
    • 1996–present
  3. Way back in an era when dance acts typically blended synths and DJing with striking visuals, Groove Armada focused on ensuring every element of the sound was as live as possible. It paid off in style with unforgettable scenes at Glastonbury, a five-night run at Brixton Academy (accompanied by Tom’s hero Richie Havens) and shows everywhere from Moscow to Sydney.

  4. 25 ott 2009 · Groove Armada. 135K subscribers. 39M views 14 years ago. ...more. Groove Armada's official music video for 'Superstylin''. Click to listen to Groove Armada on Spotify: http://smarturl.it ...

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  5. 25 ott 2009 · 37K. 5.4M views 14 years ago #MyFriend #SandDunes #GrooveArmada. Groove Armada - At The River (Official Video) Listen to Groove Armada here: https://GrooveArmadaMusic.lnk.to/Vertigo Subscribe...

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  6. Groove Armada - Get Out On The Dancefloor (Official Video) - YouTube. 134K subscribers. Subscribed. 5.1K. 300K views 3 years ago. The Official Video for Get Out On The Dancefloor by Groove...

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  7. groovearmada.squarespace.comGROOVE ARMADA

    Groove Armada, are rooted in dance music’s seminal movements, with Andy Cato taking in Castlemorton and the free party scene, and Tom Findlay regularly attending the Hacienda during his formative university days in Manchester. When they met in London in the mid-90s, little did they know they would go on to make history themselves.