"Rob Dougan", who started as "Rob D", is an Australian genre-blending music composer. Mixing the sound of orchestral film music, the beats of club Trip Hop, and bluesy vocals, he is only tangentially relatable to electronic music. He was known primarily for his 1995 breakthrough single "Clubbed To Death (kurayamino mix)", popularized by 1999's ''The Matrix'' soundtrack, which was also used on the main menu of the Blade Trinity DVD - but not ''in'' the film nor on the films soundtrack. In 2002, 7 years after its initial release he released the track in the UK on his debut album ''Furious Angels''. He was born in Sydney, Australia and moved to London, UK ca. 1990.
: ""'' I'm associated with dance music, with electronica, which makes me feel ill. I only learnt all the boring computer crap as a means to an end. Virtually all musicians these days use computers, but if you write a book on a computer, nobody calls it electronic writing; the format you use doesn't necessarily affect the outcome. ''"" (Rob Dougan) http://www.guardian.co.uk/arts/homeentertainment/story/0,12830,1030987,00.html
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