In the third of a four-part interview with ROAR, STU ALLAN looks back at his period of pop success with Clock, and discusses for the first time about the strange and upsetting time one of his early tunes became the soundtrack to the horrific torture and murder of a young woman. Plus he talks about remixing his music icons including Nile Rogers…and Peter Andre! Don’t miss the fourth and final part 3 on Wednesday where Stu gives his take on the birth and death and rebirth of happy hardcore, reveals his pride at having got so many people into rave music and how he’s coped without gigs during the pandemic. Plus we will be bringing you a wicked guest mix on Sunday, too – which our members got early, and downloadable. Banging ain’t the word.
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