Level 42  

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Level 42 are an English pop, rock, and funk band. The group had a number of worldwide and UK hits during the 1980s and 1990s. The band gained fame for its high calibre musicianship, especially that of Mark King, whose percussive slap bass guitar technique provided the driving groove of many of the band's hits. They are also known for the combination of King's lead vocals and keyboard player Mike Lindup's falsetto backing vocals. After originally disbanding in 1994, they reformed in 2001.

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