The first thing I saw was his long, long legs. There was no suicide notealthough a letter addressed to Ryde was found close to his bed. See here for more information on Nick Drake. Ham was granted two Ivor Novello Awards related to the song in Ham committed suicide inwhen he became depressed while embroiled in band-related issues, such as label and manager problems, as well as a lack of funds.

Blue plaque commemorating Pete Ham in his hometown of Swansea, Wales. During the Warner Bros. Records era from —75, Badfinger became embroiled in many internal, financial, and managerial problems and their music was stifled.

Ham was aged 27 at the time; his suicide fell just three days shy of his 28th birthday. He left behind a pregnant girlfriend, who gave birth to their daughter one month after his death. His suicide note had the statement. This is better. Stan Polley is a soulless bastard. I will Ive Never Known - The Beau Brummels - Volume 2 (CD him with me. See here for more information on Peter Ham. He wrote hundreds of songs in the s and s and released eight albums.

He eventually succumbed to a number of problems including bipolar disorder and alcoholismand took his own life in In mid, Ochs took on the identity of John Butler Train. Train was convinced that someone was trying to kill him, so he carried a weapon at all times: a hammer, a knife, or a lead pipe. His brother Michael attempted to have him committed to a psychiatric hospital.

Friends pleaded with him to get help voluntarily. They feared for his safety, because he was getting into fights with bar patrons. Unable to pay his rent, he began living on the streets.

After several months, the Train persona faded and Ochs returned, but his talk of suicide disturbed his friends and family.

They hoped it was a passing phase, but Ochs was determined. He was lethargic; his only activities were watching television and playing cards with his nephews. Ochs saw a psychiatrist, who diagnosed his bipolar disorder. He was prescribed medication, and he told his sister he was taking it. Years after his death, it was revealed that the FBI had a file of nearly pages on Ochs.

Richard George Manuel April 3, — March 4, was a Canadian composer, singer, and multi-instrumentalist, best known as the pianist, regular lead singer, and occasional drummer of The Band. He was a member of the original band from to and the re-formed band from until his death. Richard Manuel was born in Stratford, OntarioCanada. His father, Ed, was a mechanic employed at a Chrysler dealership, and his mother was a schoolteacher.

He was raised with his three brothers, and the four sang in the church choir. Manuel took piano lessons beginning when he was nine, and enjoyed playing piano and rehearsing with friends at his home. Manuel received a diploma from the Ontario Conservatory of Music in lap steel guitar; this was his only formal music certification. He and three friends started a band when he was fifteen, originally named the Rebels but later changed to the Revolsin deference to Duane Eddy and the Rebels.

Although primarily known as a naturally talented vocalist with a soulful rhythm and blues style and rich timbre often compared to that of Ray CharlesManuel also developed an intensely rhythmic style of piano unique in its usage of inverted chord structures.

These talents were showcased in the Revols. In JanuaryAlbert Grossman died of a heart attack. Grossman had been a father figure and confidant to Manuel, and an instrumental figure in any possible solo career. According to Helm, at around Manuel said he needed to get something from his room.

Upon returning to his motel room, it is believed that he finished one last bottle of Grand Marnier before hanging himself. He was buried a week later in his hometown of Stratford, Ontario. At the end of March, Rick Danko declared:. There was just no sign … I have to think this was just a goddamned silly accident. A blood toxicology report indicated that Manuel was drunk and had ingested cocaine the day he died.

See here for more information on Richard Manuel. On March 3,Montrose died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. His death was originally assumed to be the result of his prostate cancer returning.

The toxicology reported a blood alcohol content of 0. See here for more information on Ronnie Montrose. John Beverly, born John Simon Ritchielater named Sid Vicious 10 May — 2 Februarywas an English musician, most famous as the bass guitarist of the influential punk rock band the Sex Pistolsand notorious for his arrest for the alleged murder of his girlfriend, Nancy Spungen. Vicious joined the Sex Pistols in early to replace Glen Matlockwho had fallen out of favour with the rest of the group.

Accordingly, his bass is only partially featured on one song from the album. Vicious was clean, having been on a detoxification methadone program during his time at Rikers Island, but at the dinner gathering, Sid had his friend, English photographer Peter Kodick, deliver him some heroin.

Sid had apparently spent hours during the party looking toward the future, planning an album he would record to get his life and career back on track should he be off the hook. Vicious overdosed at midnight, but everyone present worked together to get him up and walking around to revive him. Vicious died in the night and was discovered dead by Anne, his mother, early the next morning. We had a death pact, and I have to keep my half of the bargain. Please bury me next to my baby. Bury me in my leather jacket, jeans and motorcycle boots Goodbye.

Since Spungen was Jewish, she was buried in a Jewish cemetery. As Vicious was not Jewish, he could not be buried with her. See here for more information on Sid Vicious. During a relatively brief period of fame and success, he produced two of the most critically acclaimed reggae singles of the s. He died on 15 Marchaged 48, during a police raid on his home. An inquest found that his death was a suicide. On 15 MarchEmmanuel died, reportedly from a self-inflicted stab wound, while the police were searching his house in Hillbury Road, WarlinghamSurrey.

His death came an hour and a half after officers arrived with a search warrant relating to the import of Class A drugs into the UK. A post-mortem examination revealed that he had died from a single stab wound to the heart. He is survived by his mother, son, daughter, sister and three brothers. His death was investigated by the Independent Police Complaints Commission. In the IPCC statement following the inquest — which returned a verdict of suicide — it was stated that there was neither criminal conduct by officers, nor individual failings by officers that might amount to misconduct.

Nonetheless, the report also pointed out flaws in the police raid and called on the Metropolitan Police Service to improve the planning and execution of their drug seizures. The conditions surrounding his death and the subsequent investigation were also questioned by members of the general public, his death often being considered in the context of police brutality and other black people dying in police custody. See here for more information on Smiley Culture.

William Stuart Adamson 11 April — 16 December was a Scottish guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter. He was the co-founder, lead vocalist, and guitarist of rock group Big Countrywhich rose to prominence in Prior to that he founded Scottish art-punk band Skids. In the s he founded alternative country rock act The Raphaels.

Adamson was born in Manchester. Both his parents were Scottish, and the family returned to Scotland when he was four. The family settled in a small mining town, Crossgatesabout a mile to the east of Dunfermline in Fife. Adamson founded his first two bands in Dunfermline and they both started out playing Dunfermline and across the Firth of Forth in Edinburgh. He went to school with Ian Rankinwho was two years younger and went on to become a fan of Skids.

Adamson was a lifelong supporter of Dunfermline Athletic Football Club. He encouraged Stuart to read literature, and both parents shared an interest in folk music. Adamson founded his first band, Tattoo, in after seeing The Damned play in Edinburgh. Besides Adamson, Tattoo included his friend William Simpson, who would also play bass guitar for his next band, Skids. Adamson came to greater international prominence with Big Country.

He constructed the band with friend and fellow-guitarist Bruce Watson then employed as a cleaner on submarines at Rosyth naval base and a rhythm section of studio musicians Mark Brzezicki and Tony Butlerwhom he found with the help of his record company.

Their second album Steeltown appeared in The first two albums were produced by Steve Lillywhite. The band continued to record studio albums, and to tour until Adamson supplied much of the distinctive guitar work, as well as being lead singer and main songwriter both music and lyrics.

Adamson was also a keen motorcyclist and regularly purchased new machines for riding around Fife. His interest extended to the race track where he sponsored British Championship rider Iain Duffus in the late eighties. Adamson was married twice. He had two children with his first wife Sandra in and His son Calum Adamson is the guitarist of British band Ahab. InAdamson split with Sandra and moved to Nashville. There he married his second wife, Melanie Shelly, and founded his final band, the alternative country band The Raphaelsa duo of Adamson and Nashville songwriter Marcus Hummon.

On 26 NovemberAdamson was reported missing by his wife Melanie. At the time, the couple had been estranged for six weeks, and Melanie filed for divorce on the day he disappeared. Adamson had been due to face drunk-driving charges in Marchand had been ordered to attend Alcoholics Anonymous.

He was an alcoholic and had resumed drinking, after having been sober for over a decade. According to police, Adamson had hanged himself with an electrical cord from a pole in the wardrobe.

An empty wine bottle was found in the room. At the time of death he had a blood-alcohol content of 0. He told the mourners that Big Country wrote the songs that he wished U2 could write.

See here for more information on Stuart Adamson. Thomas Evans Jr 5 June — 19 November was an English musician and songwriter, most notable for his work with the band Badfinger. They discovered Tommy Evans singing with Them Calderstones and invited him to London to audition for the band.

He eventually accepted and joined the Iveys in August Their debut worldwide single release was Maybe Tomorrowwhich was a Tom Evans composition, written for his girlfriend in Liverpool, Leslie Sandton, who he used to date when he was a member of Them Calderstones.

In the Netherlandsit reached No. It was also very successful throughout Europe and in Japan. The album was released in Japan, Italy and Germany only. Evans was chosen by McCartney to sing lead on this track. It reached the Top 10 worldwide. Paul McCartney also produced this, and even sang scratch vocals with Evans on the basic track.

After the departure of original bassist Ron Griffiths, the band fruitlessly auditioned a replacement and with the arrival of Liverpudlian guitarist Joey MollandEvans, who had previously played guitar, switched to bass and thus stabilizing the classic line-up of Ham, Evans, Gibbins and Molland. Each featured some of Evans vocals; background harmony and dual lead. The song became a No. The Dodgers released three singles produced by Muff Winwood and toured Britain before recording an album with producer Pat Moran.

Evans was eventually asked to leave the band midway through the recording sessions and he briefly retired from the music industry. But after Evans and Jackson signed separate management contracts with a Milwaukee businessman, the trio of Evans, Gibbins and Jackson said they found themselves stranded in the US without tour dates, food, money and much duress from physical threats.

Early the following morning, 19 November, Evans was found dead by suicide, his body hanging in his back garden from a willow tree. Allegedly, he left no note, but family and friends have speculated that he was overwhelmed by the combination of his conflicts with Molland, ex-manager Bill Collins, and ex-bandmate Mike Gibbins over the pending royalties, plus the US lawsuit which he felt threatened his livelihood further.

See here for more information on Tom Evans. Vince Welnick February 21, — June 2, was an American keyboardist, best known for playing with the band the Tubes during the s and s and with the Grateful Dead in the s.

Born in Phoenix, Arizonaas the great grandson of Prussian immigrants, Welnick started playing keyboards as a teenager.

He joined a band, the Beans, which eventually morphed into the Tubesa San Francisco-based theater rock band popular in the late s and early s and noted for early live performances that combined lewd quasi-pornography with wild satires of media, consumerism and politics. The Tubes in the s were a major commercial rock act with substantial MTV success.

While playing in the Tubes, he also played and recorded with Todd Rundgren. Welnick was selected, not least for his high vocal range for backup harmonies. His AP obituary mentioned he was so nervous at his first gig with the band in in Cleveland that he could barely play, until the fans put him at ease.

Vince became very depressed following a diagnosis of cancer and emphysema shortly before the final Grateful Dead tour. Without any publicity about his illness, he decided to do the summer Grateful Dead tour, and wait to have surgery after it ended. Shortly after the tour was over, Jerry Garcia died. On June 2,Vince Welnick committed suicide by cutting his own throat, after battling depression for 10 years. An ambulance was summoned at a.

Welnick was still alive when it arrived. On the second night of the tour they stopped in St. See here for more information on Vince Welnick. In the years since his suicide at the age of 22, the Germs have attained legendary status among punk rock fans and musicians alike, as well as from the wider alternative rock and underground music community in general.

Crash has come to be revered as a unique and talented songwriter; his myriad literary, musical and philosophical influences, which varied from Frederich Nietzsche and David Bowie to Charles Manson and Adolf Hitlerresulted in lyrics that were unusually wordy and impressionistic in the realm of punk rock at the time, immediately setting Crash and his band apart from most other Los Angeles punk groups that sprang up in the late s.

Crash traveled to Britainwhere he became heavily enamored with the music of Adam and the Antsadopted an Adam Ive Never Known - The Beau Brummels - Volume 2 (CD new look that included a mohicanand put on a considerable amount of weight some of which he eventually lost.

On December 3,an over-sold Starwood hosted a final live show of the reunited band, including drummer. Don Bolles. Fans and those who were present that night consider the performance possibly the best the group ever gave. Crash committed suicide by intentional heroin overdose on December 7, in a house in the Mid-Wilshire section of Hollywood, California.

Casey was supposed to have died with him in the coach house which was a converted garage that night as part of a supposed death pact, but ended up surviving. He was survived by his mother Faith Sr. Del Shannon born Charles Weedon Westover ; December 30, — February 8, was an American rock and roll and country musician, and singer-songwriter who is best known for his No.

Westover was born in Grand Rapids, Michiganand grew up in nearby Coopersville. He learned ukulele and guitar and listened to country and western musicincluding Hank WilliamsHank Snowand Lefty Frizzell. Ive Never Known - The Beau Brummels - Volume 2 (CD his service ended, he returned to Battle Creek, Michiganand worked as a carpet salesman and as a truck driver in a furniture factory. In early he added keyboardist Max Crookwho played the Musitron his own invention of an early synthesizer.

In JulyWestover and Crook signed to become recording artists and composers on the Bigtop label. Suffering from depression, for which he was taking ProzacShannon committed suicide on February 8,killing himself with a. He was cremated, and his ashes were scattered. Smith was born in Omaha, Nebraskaraised primarily in Texasand lived for much of his life in Portland, Oregonwhere he first gained popularity. Inhe signed a contract with DreamWorks Recordsfor which he recorded two albums. Smith suffered from depressionalcoholismand drug dependenceand these topics often appear in his lyrics.

Inaged 34, he died in Los Angeles, California from two stab wounds to the chest. The autopsy evidence was inconclusive as to whether the wounds were self-inflicted. At the time of his death, Smith was working on his sixth studio album, From a Basement on the Hillwhich was posthumously completed and released in Smith died on October 21, at the age of 34 years from two stab wounds to the chest. At the time of the stabbing, he was at his Lemoyne Street home in Echo Park, Californiawhere he lived with his partner, Jennifer Chiba.

According to Chiba, the two were arguing, and she locked herself in the bathroom to take a shower. Chiba heard him scream and upon opening the door saw Smith standing with a knife in his chest. She pulled the knife out, after which he collapsed and she called Smith died in the hospital with the time of death listed as p.

A possible suicide notewritten on a Post-it noteread:. God forgive me. According to Pitchfork Mediarecord producer Larry Crane reported on his Tape Op message board that he had planned to help Smith mix his album in mid-November. It seems surreal that he would call me to finish an album and then a week later kill himself. There were no hesitation woundswhich are typical of suicide by self-infliction. However, the authorities do not seem to be investigating the case further. See here for more details.

He was one of many highly anticipated performers that emerged in the early s. However, he died with only one album to his name. Born in WolverhamptonWest MidlandsEnglandLewis, known for possessing a higher-timbred, yet rich voice and impeccable diction, drew comparisons to fellow English musician, Seal. He signed with Elektra Records in and his debut Skin was released on 21 April of that year.

Lewis died on 18 March in Los Angeles in what was ruled a suicide. The coroner ruled that Lewis had jumped from a fourth floor balcony. The exact events that occurred on that day are disputed. The LAPD were present during his jump and what exactly transpired has not been agreed upon. Some reports indicated that Lewis had been stunned with a Taser after a hyperactive exchange. Lewis was taking methamphetamines at the time. His death remains controversial to this day.

Lewis was buried on 21 April Graham John Clifton Bond 28 October — 8 May was an English musician and occultistconsidered a founding father of the English rhythm and blues boom of the s. Throughout his career he had been hampered with severe bouts of drug addictionand spent January in hospital after a nervous breakdown. On 8 MayBond died under the wheels of a Piccadilly line train at Finsbury Park stationLondon, at the age of Album) Most sources list the death as a suicide.

However, his legacy has been somewhat re-examined in later years and in his work was the focus of a two-hour special on the Dr Boogie radio show. He is best known as the lead singer and lyricist of the post-punk band Joy Division. Joy Division released their debut album, Unknown Pleasuresin and recorded their follow-up, Closerin Curtis was known for his bass-baritone voice, dance style, and songwriting filled with imagery of desolation, emptiness and alienation.

His life and death have been dramatised in the films 24 Hour Party People and Control The recording of this performance is on the Still album. He told her to leave him alone in the house until he caught his train to Manchester the next morning. In the early hours of 18 MayCurtis hanged himself in the kitchen of his house at 77 Barton Street, Macclesfield, at the age of Deborah claimed later that he had confided to her on several occasions that he had no desire to live past his 20s.

Curtis was cremated at Macclesfield Crematorium and his ashes were buried. The missing memorial stone was later replaced by a new stone with the same inscription but in a different typeface.

In a interview with OptionStephen Morris commented on how he would describe Curtis to those who asked what he was like:. He was the original drummer of the British rock band Feeder. He committed suicide in Feeder were formed whilst Grant Nicholas was a producer, before moving to London to gain more experience. He had already met Lee in Newport who moved to London afterwards. The first full-length album, Polythenewas released in May Produced by Chris Sheldon, it charted at number 65 in the UK and was certified Silver for sales over 60, copies in when the band had already broken through.

Metal Hammer magazine included it in its Top 20 Albums of list at number 1. Released in Augustthe album was a much quicker commercial success than its predecessor entering the UK album chart at number 8 and certified Silver inwith this being upgraded to Gold in Lee committed suicide by hanging himself with a metal dog chain in at his home in Miami, Florida.

Four suicide notes were found. Former Skunk Anansie drummer Mark Richardson helped the band out on drum duties for their Album) Comfort In Sound and subsequent live performances. See here for more details on Jon Lee. Emerson played in a number of bands before he found his first commercial success with the Niceformerly P.

He became internationally famous for his work with the Nice, which included writing rock arrangements of classical music. In the early s, Emerson rejoined ELP, which reunited for two more albums and several tours before breaking up again in the late s. Emerson also reunited the Nice in for a tour. Emerson died on 10 March in Santa Monica, California, of suicide by a gunshot wound to the head.

His body was found at his Santa Monica home. Emerson was buried on 1 April in East Sussex. Although his death had been reported by news sources and an official Emerson, Lake and Palmer social media page as having occurred on the night of 10 March, his grave memorial lists his date of death as 11 March What I will always remember about Keith Emerson was his remarkable talent as a musician and composer and his gift and passion to entertain. See here for more information on Keith Emerson. Kurt Donald Cobain February 20, — c.

April 5, was an American musician who was best known as the lead singer, guitarist, and primary songwriter of the rock band Nirvana.

Cobain formed Nirvana with Krist Novoselic in Aberdeen, Washingtonin and established it as part of the Seattle music scene and grunge genre. Cobain, however, was often uncomfortable and frustrated, believing his message and artistic vision to have been misinterpreted by the public, with his personal issues often subject to media attention.

During the last years of his life, Cobain struggled with heroin addictionillness and depression. He also had difficulty coping with his fame and public image, and the professional and lifelong personal pressures surrounding himself and his wife, musician Courtney Love.

On April 8,Cobain was found dead at his home in Seattlethe victim of what was officially ruled a suicide by a self-inflicted shotgun wound to the head. The circumstances of his death at age 27 have become a topic of public fascination and debate. Since their debut, Nirvana, with Cobain as a songwriter, has sold over 25 million albums in the U. Cobain was posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inalong with Nirvana bandmates Novoselic and Dave Grohlin their first year of eligibility.

Following a tour stop at Terminal Eins in Munich, Germany, on March 1,Cobain was diagnosed with bronchitis and severe laryngitis. He flew to Rome the next day for medical treatment, and was joined there by his wife, Courtney Loveon March 3, The next morning, Love awoke to find that Ive Never Known - The Beau Brummels - Volume 2 (CD had overdosed on a combination of champagne and Rohypnol.

Cobain was immediately rushed to the hospital, and spent the rest of the day unconscious. After five days in the hospital, Cobain was released and returned to Seattle. On March 18,Love phoned the Seattle police informing them that Cobain was suicidal and had locked himself in a room with a gun. Police arrived and confiscated several guns and a bottle of pills from Cobain, who insisted that he was not suicidal and had locked himself in the room to hide from Love.

The intervention was initially unsuccessful, with an angry Cobain insulting and heaping scorn on its participants and eventually locking himself in the upstairs bedroom. However, by the end of the day, Cobain had agreed to undergo a detox program. When visited by friends, there was no indication to them that Cobain was in any negative or suicidal state of mind.

He spent the day talking to counselors about his drug abuse and personal problems, happily playing with his daughter Frances. These interactions were the last time Cobain saw his daughter. The following night, Cobain walked outside to have a cigarette, and climbed over a six-foot-high fence to leave the facility which he had joked earlier in the day would be a stupid feat to attempt.

He took a taxi to Los Angeles Airport and flew back to Seattle. Most of his close friends and family were unaware of his whereabouts. On April 2 and 3, Cobain was spotted in numerous locations around Seattle. Cobain was not seen the next day. On April 7, amid rumors of Nirvana breaking up, the band pulled out of the Lollapalooza music festival. A high concentration of heroin and traces of diazepam were also found in his body.

A public vigil was held for Cobain on April 10,at a park at Seattle Center drawing approximately seven thousand mourners. Prerecorded messages by Novoselic and Love were played at the memorial. A final ceremony was arranged for Cobain, by his mother, on May 31,and was attended by both Love and Tracy Marander.

According to a spokesperson for the Seattle Police Department, the department receives at least one weekly request, mostly through Twitterto reopen the investigation, resulting in the maintenance of the basic incident report on file. Cobain is one of the well known members of the 27 Club.

In Marchthe Seattle police developed four rolls of film that had been left in an evidence vault—a reason was not provided for why the rolls were not developed earlier. The final phrase before the valediction. See here for more information on Kurt Cobain. He was a founding member, lead singer and lyricist of rock band INXS from until his death in He was a member of short-lived pop rock group Max Q and recorded solo material which was released posthumously.

His private life was often reported in the Australian and international press, with a string of love affairs with prominent actresses, models and singers. They divorced in On the morning of 22 NovemberHutchence was found dead in his hotel room in Sydney. His death was reported by the New South Wales Coroner to be the result of suicide. InYates died of a heroin overdose. Hutchence and INXS went on a world tour to support the April release of Elegantly Wastedboth the album and its related singles having had less chart success than their prior releases.

The final leg of their 20th anniversary tour was to be in Australia in November and December. Former girlfriend Kym Wilson and her then boyfriend, Andrew Reyment, were the last people to see Hutchence alive when they left him at am; he was still awaiting a phone call from Yates in London concerning whether she would bring their daughter Tiger to Australia.

When Troup returned the call there was no answer. Bennett arrived at his door at about am, but there was no response. Her statement said that she had informed Hutchence of the custody hearing being adjourned until 17 December and that consequently she would not be bringing their daughter out to Australia as previously intended. A friend of Yates and Geldof confirmed the substance of this call and added that Geldof had said.

The occupant in the room next to Room heard a loud male voice and swearing at about 5 am; the coroner was satisfied that this was Hutchence arguing with Geldof. He was cremated at Northern Suburbs Crematorium, Sydney. See here for more information on Michael Hutchene.

He failed to find a wide audience during his lifetime, but his work has gradually achieved wider notice and recognition. Drake signed to Island Records when he was 20 years old and was a student at the University of Cambridgeand released his debut album, Five Leaves Leftin Byhe had recorded two more albums— Bryter Layter and Pink Moon.

Neither sold more than 5, copies on initial release. No footage of the adult Drake has ever been released; only still photographs and home footage from his childhood. Drake suffered from major depression. San Francisco: Miller Freeman, Inc. New York: Algora Publishing. Rock Odyssey: A Chronicle of the Sixties. New York: Hal Leonard Corporation. Magic Hollow. Village of the Giants Wild Wild Winter.

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  2. May 09,  · The follow-up album, Yesterday Went Too Soon, was produced by Nicholas. Released in August , the album was a much quicker commercial success than its predecessor (entering the UK album chart at number 8 and certified Silver in , with this being upgraded to Gold in ). The title track was the band’s first UK Top 20 hit.

  3. May 09,  · The follow-up album, Yesterday Went Too Soon, was produced by Nicholas. Released in August , the album was a much quicker commercial success than its predecessor (entering the UK album chart at number 8 and certified Silver in , with this being upgraded to Gold in ). The title track was the band’s first UK Top 20 hit.

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  5. May 09,  · The follow-up album, Yesterday Went Too Soon, was produced by Nicholas. Released in August , the album was a much quicker commercial success than its predecessor (entering the UK album chart at number 8 and certified Silver in , with this being upgraded to Gold in ). The title track was the band’s first UK Top 20 hit.

  6. May 09,  · The follow-up album, Yesterday Went Too Soon, was produced by Nicholas. Released in August , the album was a much quicker commercial success than its predecessor (entering the UK album chart at number 8 and certified Silver in , with this being upgraded to Gold in ). The title track was the band’s first UK Top 20 hit.

  7. May 09,  · The follow-up album, Yesterday Went Too Soon, was produced by Nicholas. Released in August , the album was a much quicker commercial success than its predecessor (entering the UK album chart at number 8 and certified Silver in , with this being upgraded to Gold in ). The title track was the band’s first UK Top 20 hit.

  8. May 09,  · The follow-up album, Yesterday Went Too Soon, was produced by Nicholas. Released in August , the album was a much quicker commercial success than its predecessor (entering the UK album chart at number 8 and certified Silver in , with this being upgraded to Gold in ). The title track was the band’s first UK Top 20 hit.

  9. May 09,  · The follow-up album, Yesterday Went Too Soon, was produced by Nicholas. Released in August , the album was a much quicker commercial success than its predecessor (entering the UK album chart at number 8 and certified Silver in , with this being upgraded to Gold in ). The title track was the band’s first UK Top 20 hit.

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