Graham Massey (born 4 August 1960, Manchester) was a member of experimental jazz rock group Biting Tongues once signed to Factory Records. By 1988 he was a founding member of the British band, 808 State, formed in Manchester, England which by 1989 became the focus of his work and resulted in the demise of Biting Tongues. Originally a hip-hop group called Hit Squad Manchester, 808 State shifted to an acid house sound, recording their debut album, Newbuild in 1988 under the new name 808 State.
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