The Selecter formed in 1979, spearheading the 2-tone movement alongside The Specials. The band, fronted by lead singer Pauline Black, enjoyed chart success, with the singles, ‘Missing Words’, Three Minute Hero’, ‘The Whisper’ and the classic ‘On My Radio’. Two albums were also released, ‘Too Much Pressure’ and the critically acclaimed ‘Celebrate The Bullet’. The Selecter also contributed 4 songs to the cult film ‘Dance Craze’, which also featured The Specials, The Beat, Madness, Bad Manners and the all-female The Bodysnatchers. The band split up in 1982, with Pauline pursuing a career in TV, radio, theatre and film, as well as recording as a solo artist on Chrysalis records.