Tin Tin Out
|Genres||Electronic, house, trance, downtempo, trip hop|
Tin Tin Out were an English electronic dance music duo, comprising Darren Stokes and Lindsay Edwards.They remixed songs for a variety of artists such as Duran Duran, Erasure, Pet Shop Boys, The Corrs and Des'ree, as well as collaborating with singers such as Shelley Nelson and Emma Bunton, scoring top ten hits with both.
They were well known as active remixers, working on increasingly higher-profile and more commercial songs as the 1990s progressed, however also have their own recording careers. They first hit the top 20 with their 1995 cover "Always (Something There to Remind Me)". [ citation needed ] It is frequently played at Elland Road before Leeds United F.C. and at Riverside Stadium before Middlesbrough F.C. games.[ citation needed ] Their highest charting singles in the UK are a 1998 cover of "Here's Where the Story Ends" by UK dream pop act the Sundays, and the 1999 cover of "What I Am" by US adult alternative act Edie Brickell & New Bohemians, featuring guest vocals by Emma Bunton, which peaked at number two in the UK Singles Chart. Their version of "Here's Where the Story Ends" was awarded the 1999 Ivor Novello Award for Best Contemporary Song. Tin Tin Out also remixed and produced under the alias Baby Blue. Edwards and Stokes collaborated with Daniele Davoli from Black Box and DJ Tall Paul (DJ) under the name 'Tall Tin Box' for the record "God's Love" in 2001.It peaked at No. 14 on the UK Singles Chart and No. 1 on the UK Dance Singles Chart. The single "Strings for Yasmin" featured in the 2001 Vinnie Jones film Mean Machine , and was used as the 1997/98 Premier League's commercial soundtrack, featuring Sean Bean.
In addition to his involvement with Tin Tin Out, Lindsay Edwards is an Oxford University-educated researcher and lecturer who holds qualifications in both physiology and mathematics. He specialises in the fields of systems biology and machine learning, was Lecturer in Physiology at King's College London,Head of AI for Respiratory & Immunology at AstraZeneca, and is now Chief Technical Officer and Head of Platform at Relation Therapeutics.
|Title||Album details||Peak chart|
| UK |
|Adventures in Tin Tin Out Land||65|
|Eleven to Fly||187|
|Title||Year||Peak chart positions||Certifications||Album|
| UK || AUS || FRA || GER || IRE || NL || NZ || SVK || SWE ||US Dance|
|"The Feeling" |
(featuring Sweet Tee)
|"Always (Something There to Remind Me)" |
|"All I Wanna Do"||1997||31||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|"Dance with Me" |
(featuring Tony Hadley)
|"Strings for Yasmin"||31||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—|
|"Here's Where the Story Ends" |
(featuring Shelley Nelson)
|"Sometimes" 1 |
(featuring Shelley Nelson)
|20||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||—||Eleven to Fly|
|"Eleven to Fly" |
(featuring Wendy Page)
|"What I Am" |
(featuring Emma Bunton)
|"Anybody's Guess" |
(featuring Wendy Page)
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