At the outset of their music career, nearly 20 years ago, Jonathan More and Matt Black — the now-fortysomething Londoners collectively known as Coldcut — were all about mainstream dance-pop, and they were rewarded as such. The pair's 1987 remix of Eric B. and Rakim's "Paid in Full," within which soared the sampled vocals of Israeli singer Ofra Haza, was a worldwide smash; so was their 1989 club track "People Hold On," which launched the career of its plucked-from-obscurity guest singer, Lisa Stansfield. In 1990, More and Black were even handed a "Producers of the Year" trophy at England's... More >>>