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The Beat: Overview


The Beat: This American group cut their first album in 1979 before The (English) Beat came onto the scene. The U.S. outfit claimed the legal right to the name and won. They were handicapped, though, because The (English) Beat became better-known. They later tried renaming Paul Collins's Beat, with a 1983 LP called To Beat Or Not To Beat.



The Beat (known in the United States as) The English Beat.



Singer David Wakeling was browsing the "music" synonyms and antonyms in Roget's Thesaurus, divided into "discord" and "harmony". The latter yielded Clash. The other started with "Beat". As a name, its drawback was that it was too like . Wakeling liked the harmony aspect: the band had black and white members. Related: .



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