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Pocket Size is the name of a house music duo from England, featuring producer Darren Pearson and singer Liz Overs. In 1999 they hit #1 on the US Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart with "Walking" on Atlantic Records.
After their sole album 100% Human, the duo left Atlantic Records, and changed band name to Baby Jupiter. However no new material has been forthcoming.
Darren Pearson claimed that the band was mixing a new album around 2012, however nothing came up. According to the official Facebook page, they would be back with a new 5 track EP under the slightly different name "Pocketsize" at the end of 2013.
Pocket Size have been gigging regularly since 2013 and are playing more acoustic, country, folk, appalachian-tinged versions of some of their album in addition to covers of The Louvin Brothers and Bobbie Gentry tunes to much acclaim.
- "Squashy Lemon Squeezy" (Single, 1998, EMI)
- "Walking" (Single, 1999, Atlantic Records)
- 100% Human (Album, 1999, Atlantic Records)
- Nintendo (Album, 2013, Pocketsize Records)
- List of number-one dance hits (United States)
- List of artists who reached number one on the US Dance chart
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