Tin Tin Out
1990 to 2000
London, England, United Kingdom
Tin Tin Out are a British house music duo comprised of Lindsay Edwards and Darren Stokes. They are well known active producers and remixers, working on increasingly higher-profile and commercial songs as the 1990s progressed. However, they also have their own recording career; their highest charting singles in the UK are 'Here's Where the Story Ends' a collaboration with Shelly Nelson and 'What I Am', featuring Emma Bunton of the Spice Girls on vocals. Although earlier tracks featured Shelley Nelson as vocalist, it was Wendy Page who appeared as permanent vocalist on the later 'Eleven to Fly' album.
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