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Liquid Liquid

Formed 1980. Disbanded 1983.

Biography

Liquid Liquid is a New York City post-punk, post-disco band, originally active from 1980 to 1983. They are best known for their track, "Cavern", which was covered by the Sugar Hill Records house band as the backing track for Grandmaster + Melle Mel's old school rap classic, "White Lines (Don't Do It)". 99 Records took Sugarhill to court over the unauthorized use of Cavern and after an expensive court battle won compensation but before they could collect, Sugarhill went into receivership. The song was also included on the Disco Not Disco compilation album. In 2008, the band reformed, playing in various venues around the globe.

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