A Guy Called Gerald  

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A Guy Called Gerald is the stage name for musician, record producer and DJ Gerald Simpson (born February 16, 1967) from Moss Side in Manchester, United Kingdom.

He is perhaps best known for his early work in the Manchester acid house scene in the late 1980s and the track "Voodoo Ray". At that time, he specialised in techno music produced using equipment such as the Roland TB-303 bass synthesiser and the TR-808 drum machine.




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