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Wild Child's real name was Roger McKenzie. He was the creator of the big-beat club anthem "Renegade Master," which became a huge hit in British when it was released in 1995. The song became a much bigger hit in 1998 when it got more international exposure. But unfortunately he was not alive to relish the success. He died two years earlier almost suddenly and left the music industry in total shock.

Roger 'Wild Child' McKenzie was based in Southampton until he moved to Big Beat Capital Brighton in 1991 to pursue his dreams. McKenzie worked for a while as an underground house DJ and recorded four EP's for Loaded Records. All the records were subtitled Wildtrax. His singles like "Bring It on Down" and "Jump to My Beat" became major club anthems and paved the way for the growth of big-beat techno, the type which would be a rage several years later.
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McKenzie started his own label, Dark & Black. He also recorded his album "Renegade Master" for Norman Cook's Hi-Life Records. It was a reissue hit that peaked at number 11 on the British charts in 1995. Wildchild wanted to take his music and he felt he had so much more to offer. He had just shifted his base to New York when he died of a heart problem in November. The spirit of his music is still alive though. His albums and music continue to flow nevertheless. His songs have been remixed and recreated by many artists like East 17's "Do U Still?." "Renegade Master" was remixed by Norman Cook himself in 1997 and the track became a club hit all over again.

See the tribute to this amazing star. You must have heard his singles still playing across clubs in the States and the rest of the world. Be at one of his concerts and you can enjoy his thumping and groovy tunes again. Contact your on-line ticket vendor and get the tickets as soon as possible.

Discography

Secondary Protocol - 2003
Renegade Master - 1998