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There was a point a few years ago when many of the biggest live dance-music acts of the 1990s took the same path that many rock bands go down: They started to sell tickets to their once-seminal concerts because of music from their past albums, not their current work.

Underworld are one of those acts. Having produced some of the most memorable electronic songs of the 1990s (“Born Slippy,” “Push Upstairs”), the U.K. act (less one-time member Darren Emerson) spent the 2000s releasing records to varying critical success.

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