There was a time at the end of the 90s when some people declared rock to be dead (again) and that electronica was the way forward for all things alternative. Some of these folks pointed to groups like Apollo 440, a dance-y group from Liverpool who had achieved some notoriety as a remix crew, working with artists like U2 and Jimmy Page. They’ve since worked with Diddy, Jeff Beck and Ian McCulloch of Echo and the Bunnymen. But they had their own thing going on, too. This was their biggest hit, a single from 1999’s Getting High on Your Own Supply.