V.I.M were a shortlived, but influential British band who were at the forefront of late 1980s and early 1990s rave and acidhouse music scenes. They released one song (although remixed several times) "Maggie's Last Party" in 1991, which featured spliced vocals of British Prime Minister Margaet Thatcher. V.I.M. consisted of deejays Andrew Paul Harman, Caspar Pound, Peter Harman (later of Sound On Sound) and Tarquin Boyesen (later with projects Dark Star (2) and Shifty Overload).
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