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Re-Flex was a British techno-pop/ dance group featuring Baxter (vocals), Paul Fishman (keyboards), Nigel Ross-Scott (bass), and Roland Kerridge (drums). Their only big hit song, "The Politics of Dancing," was recorded in 1982 and released in the U.S. in 1984, when it reached #24. The follow-up single, "Hurt", hit the Billboard Hot 100 as well. The band's follow-up album "Humanication" was shelved and never released, although its first single "How Much Longer" did get released as a 12" single.
"The Politics of Dancing" was also used in the 1985 movie "Red" and the 1998 movie "Edge Of Seventeen."