The Chemical Brothers - Worst to Best
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The Chemical Brothers - Worst to Best

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It’s now 30 years since Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons met at university before DJing as The 237 Turbo Nutters, revolutionising the art of the remix, inventing a sub-genre and becoming one of the biggest electronic acts of all time.

The Chemical Brothers are a consistent albums act. Even in the 2000s when the relentless progression UK dance music had shown in the 90s slowed down and all the big UK acts lost their way, the duo managed to stay on the dancefloor through an incredible run of singles. On 12th April, they release their 9th album, No Geography. To celebrate this, we thought we’d drop their output into the art quantification machine and present the albums from worst to best.

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