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David James Ball (also referred to as David Ball or Dave Ball ), born May 3, 1959, is a producer and electronic musician, who was part of British synthpop and new wave bands such as Soft Cell and The Grid, and also collaborated with other producers such as Ingo Vauk and Chris Braide.
Ball was born in Blackpool and studied at the Arnold School. He previously studied art at the Leed Polytechnic where he met Marc Almond with whom he formed the duet of synthpop Soft Cell in 1979. The band lasted until 1984. At the same time as Soft Cell, Ball recorded in solo album In Strict Tempo ( 1983), in which he collaborated with Gavin Friday, Genesis P-Orridge and Virginia Astley, after which, he worked as a music producer with The Virgin Prunes and Ornamental, as well as a song mixer for Pet Shop Boys and David Bowie, and sound engineer of soundtracks. After these works, he again formed a musical duet called The Grid with Richard Norris, with whom he had worked in the English group of avant-garde music and video art, Psychic TV. In 2001 he rejoined Marc Almond for a short period of time to edit a new album with Soft Cell entitled Cruelty Without Beauty the following year.In 2010 he formed the band Nitewreckage with Celine Hispiche, Rick Mulhall and Terry Neale. Their debut album was titled Take Your Money And Run, and was released by the Alaska Sounds label on June 6, 2011. The first advance single was Solarcoaster. The album was co-produced and mixed by Martin Rushent. Currently, Dave Ball lives in Kennington, south of London.
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