Rob Dougan
in Sydney, New South Wales, Australi


Robert Don Hunter "Rob" Dougan (/rɒb ˈdɡən/; born 1969) is an Australian composer, known for his genre-blending music. Mixing elements of orchestral music, trip hop, and bluesy vocals, his work is tangentially relatable to electronic music. He is known primarily for his breakthrough 1995 single "Clubbed to Death (Kurayamino Variation)", further popularised by 1999's The Matrix soundtrack. "Clubbed to Death" was re-released on his debut album Furious Angels in 2002, seven years after its initial release. As well as providing several Clubbed To Death Variations most notably Kurayamino Variation he has also provided a Clubbed To Death Variation of the Moby classic Porcelain. In 1995 he teamed up with Rollo to remix the U2 classic "Numb"; the remix was titled "Numb (Gimme Some More Dignity Mix)." ... (see more)

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