Headquarters: London, UK
M is the one-letter musical pseudonym of Robin Scott. Initally a record producer (though he did put out one album under his real name in 1969, which ended up going nowhere and is very rare today), he put together a dance band in the late 1970s. He had a couple of minor UK hits with "Moonlight and Muzak" and "That's The Way The Money Goes", but his biggest hit was "Pop Muzik".
Frequently, there's a paranoia about his lyrics, along with some anger, as well, but the anger usually found itself sublimated as deep sarcasm. His later records didn't do very well, partially because of the dark nature of what was on the surface, dance pop; his third (and last) album was only released in France and the US, and his Jive Shikisha! album wasn't released at all until 1998, despite being recorded for a 1984/1985 release.
- Woman From The Warm Grass (as Robin Scott)
- New York London Paris Munich
- The Official Secrets Act
- Famous Last Words (as Robin Scott/M)
- Jive Shikisha (as Robin Scott with Shikisha)
- Life Class (as Robin Scott)
- The History
- The History of Pop Muzik
- Pop Muzik - The Very Best Of M
- Spiritual Man Remix 12"
- Left Handed Dream (as Ryuichi Sakamoto & Robin Scott)
- Crazy Zulu! (as Robin Scott & The African Pioneers)
- "The Sailor" b/w "The Sound of Rain" (as Robin Scott)
- "Cry Myself To Sleep" b/w "Cowboys and Indians" (early version) (as Comic Romance)
- "Moderne Man" b/w "Satisfy Your Lust" (single versions)
- "Pop Muzik" b/w "M Factor"
- "Moonlight and Muzak" b/w "Woman Make Man"
- "That's The Way The Money Goes" b/w "Satisfy Your Lust" (edited from album version)
- "Official Secrets" b/w "Maniac"
- "Keep It To Yourself" b/w "Abracadabra"
- "Keep It To Yourself" (disco mix) b/w "M'Aider"
- "Double Talk" b/w "Honolulu Joe"
- "Danube" b/w "Neutron" (as Brigit Novik & M)
- "The Wedding Dance" b/w "Abracadabra" (as Brigit Novik)
- "Eureka-ka-ka" b/w "Smash the Mirror" (as Robin Scott)
- "Eureka b/w "Kiss Of Life"