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They remixed Radiohead's ‘Climbing Up the Walls' that was featured on the B-side of Radiohead's single ‘Karma Police'. That single remix fetched for the duo more remixing assignments like Terry Callier's ‘Love Theme From Spartacus', followed by mixes for artists including Lenny Kravitz, Sneaker Pimps and Lambchop. The duo then released an EP ‘EP1' which had all new materials in 1999 under the moniker ‘Zero 7'. A year later the band came out with their first full-length album ‘Simple Things'. The album had songs by Mozez, Sia Furler, and Sophie Barker. The album was well accepted and it garnered many nominations including the Mercury Music Prize. The duo took home the ‘Best Newcomer' award at the Muzik Awards. After the release of the album the band hit the road with the live band, which comprised of Binns and Hardaker, their three vocalists and a host of other musicians to promote the album. In 2002 the band came out with a DJ mix album ‘Another Late Night series' for Azuli Records. The album had many hip hop and chill out artists and also had a new number by the duo, a cover of Johnny Osbourne's ‘Truth & Rights'. The band came out with their third album ‘When It Falls' in 2004, which apart from the three vocalists from their first album also featured collaboration with Tina Dico. In 2006 the band released their fourth effort ‘The Garden', which had two vocalists, Sia Furler and newcomer José González. Interestingly Henry Binns made his singing debut on this album. In 2007 the duo established a band ‘Ingrid Eto', which has been called the Zero 7 instrumental project. Zero 7 has contributed in a variety of film and TV soundtracks as well as lounge music collections like The Chillout Project by Filipino DJ Anton Ramos, and the Hôtel Costes collection CDs.

Discography:

• Simple Things- 2001
• Simple Things Remixes- 2003
• When It Falls- 2004
• The Garden- 2006
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The duo, sound engineers by profession started their careers in the music industry in the 1990s at Mickie Most's RAK recording studio in London. They engineered music for acts like Pet Shop Boys, Young Disciples, Robert Plant and many more.