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Clock (dance act)

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Years active  1993–1999
Past members  Stu Allan Pete Pritchard Marcus Thomas Lorna Saunders Ché-gun Peters
Origin  Manchester, United Kingdom (1993)
Albums  It's Time, The Grief and the Heat
Members  Stu Allan, Pete Pritchard, ODC MC, Lorna Saunders
Genres  Eurodance, Electronic dance music, Electronica, Techno
Record labels  MCA Records, Media Records, Rottun Recordings, Emeritus Records, Clock, Ladymusic Records
Similar  Jimmy, Cappella, BK

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Clock was an English band primarily led by Stu Allan and Pete Pritchard. They started as an English equivalent of "2 Unlimited" when they recruited rapper Marcus Thomas (using the name ODC MC), and vocalist Lorna Saunders (using the name Tinka) to front the act. Thomas left in 1998 to join the band Tzant, to be replaced by Ché-gun Peters.


They had a string of Top 40 hits with nine covers throughout the 1990s on the UK Singles Chart. They also released hardcore versions of their hits under the name Visa. Clock broke up in 1999 due to a number of personal reasons; they weren't able to continue at the same pace as they had before.

In 2004, Saunders appeared on BBC Television's Never Mind The Buzzcocks in the celebrity line-up. It was announced that she was now working as a legal secretary. In 2015, it was revealed that Lorna Saunders works as a lawyer for Jackamans and is married with two kids.


Whoomph!It's Time · 1995
Oh What a NightAbout Time 2 · 1997


Clock (dance act) Wikipedia

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