Mark Bell, LFO Founder and Bjork Producer, Dies at 43

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Bjork is seen in a still from the concert film 'Biophillia,' the album of which Bell produced

He first worked with Bjork on 1997's 'Homogenic' and later produced Depeche Mode album 'Exciter'

British rave pioneer and producer Mark Bell has passed away, according to his label, Warp Records.

"It's with great sadness that we announce the untimely passing of Mark Bell of LFO, who died last week from complications after an operation," said Warp Records in a statement. "Mark's family and friends request privacy at this difficult time."

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Bell worked with Bjork on numerous albums dating back to 1997's Homogenic and produced Depeche Mode's 2001 album Exciter.

As part of British electronic act LFO, Bell was a pioneer of acid house music in the late '80s and early '90s.