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|Birth name||Jon Paul Campbell|
|Born||25 November 1970|
Dennistoun, Glasgow, Scotland
|Origin||Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland|
|Genres||Dance, techno, trance, electronic|
|Occupation(s)||Singer-songwriter, musician, producer, agent|
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, keyboards, synthesizer|
|Associated acts||The Time Frequency|
In 1991-93, Campbell had five Scottish number one singles with the self-written songs "Real Love", "New Emotion", "The Ultimate High", "Dreamscape" and "Such A Phantasy".
Jon Campbell grew up in Dennistoun, a district of Glasgow in the East End. He had previously been a member of the synthpop band Thru The Fire (TTF). In 1990 he left Thru The Fire to form the techno band The Time Frequency. Both bands share the same abbreviation. In 1994 The Time Frequency released Dominator. Not much more material would be released until the band released a compilation, TTF - The Ultimate Collection. However, he has contributed to a large amount of dance compilations from 2004 to 2007 (including the Danceland series). In 2008 TTF released their second album, Dominator 2. Unlike Dominator, no singles were released from Dominator 2.