X-Press 2 music video Kill 100

X-Press 2 music video I Want You Back

X-Press 2 Vs. David Byrne music video Lazy

X-Press 2 - Kylie Minogue - Pure Sugar music video I Want You Back - Love At First Sight (Twin Masterplan Edit) - Delicious (Vission And Lorimer Club Edit)

Kylie Minogue - Mad'House - X-Press 2 music video Come Into My World - Like A Prayer (Extended Edit) - I Want You Back (Original Edit)

X-Press 2 Feat. David Byrne music video Lazy

X-Press 2 Feat. David Byrne - Distant Soundz - Groove Armada music video Lazy (Original Edit) - Time After Time (Original Edit) - My Friend (Dj Icey Around The Way Mix)

X-Press 2 Feat. David Byrne music video Lazy

X-Press 2 Feat. David Byrne music video Lazy (Extended Version)

X-Press 2 Feat. David Byrne music video Lazy

X-Press 2 music video I Want You Back

X-Press 2 Feat. David Byrne music video Lazy (Moto Blanco Mix Edit)

X-Press 2 Feat. David Byrne music video Lazy

X-Press 2 music video Kill 100

X-Press 2 music video Give It

X-Press 2 Feat. David Byrne music video Lazy

X-Press 2 Feat. David Byrne music video Lazy

X-Press 2 music video Kill 100

X-Press 2 Feat. Kurt Wagner music video Give It

X-Press 2 Feat. David Byrne music video Lazy

X-Press 2 Feat. David Byrne music video Lazy

X-Press 2 Feat. David Byrne music video Lazy

British house trio X-Press 2 comprised former record store manager Ashley Beedle (aka Black Science Orchestra), DJ Diesel, and DJ Rocky (aka Problem Kids). The threesome became involved in electronic music in 1993 while playing in a post-acid house outfit called Ballistic Brothers. Their first hit single, titled "Say What," peaked at number 32 in the U.K. chart in October 1993. In October 2000, X-Press 2 released "AC/DC," followed by "Muzikizum," and "Smoke Machine" in 2001. A year later, the deep house single "Lazy" anticipated their debut album, Muzikizum, featuring collaborations from electro/pop Yello's Dieter Meier and Talking Heads' David Byrne. In 2006, the group released its second album, Makeshift Feelgood. Coast2Coast arrived in 2008, as did greatest hits collection Raise Your Hands (Best of X-Press 2).