Bronski Beat - Hit That Perfect Beat (1986)
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"Hit That Perfect Beat" is a single from the British synthpop trio Bronski Beat and appeared on their 1986 album Truthdare ...
"Hit That Perfect Beat" is a single from the British synthpop trio Bronski Beat and appeared on their 1986 album Truthdare Doubledare. It became a popular dance hit and reached number three in the UK charts in January 1986 and reached the top ten in many European countries and across the world.
The video for the song featured frontman and vocalist John Foster in the video seeking to join the group after reading an advert in a newspaper and fronts an audition to join the group. The video also features the other two band members playing with Foster at a Liverpool club called "The State" as well as scenes from in and around Stanley Dock. The song also featured in the 1985 British film Letter to Brezhnev, and can also be heard in the background in the Only Fools And Horses 1985 Christmas special "To Hull and Back", in Sid's Cafe.