1.- Ultramarine are a British progressive dance and electronic music duo, formed in the early 1990s by Paul Hammond and Ian Cooper. Hammond and Cooper first worked together in the band A Primary Industry during the mid-1980s. Following the split of this band, they formed Ultramarine and released the album Folk in April 1990. The 1991 album Every Man Every Woman Is A Star was released to rave reviews and the band signed to Blanco y Negro from where they released the folk-influenced follow-up United Kingdoms featured Robert Wyatt and the jazzier Bel Air. After releasing a compliation of old material the band called it a day. In late 2011 reports of a new single called Find A Way appeared in Wire magazine 2. Ultramarine is the industrial metal band from Russia, Khabarovsk. Formed in 2009 by the leader of the group - Gleb Mordovtsev. 3.- Ultramarine used to be a frech jazz fusion band. Members: Nguyên Lê, Mokhtar Samba, Etienne M'Bappé, Mario Canonge.