Fronted by vocalist/guitarist/songwriter Kevin Taylor, this London quartet started life like a Merseybeat strap in the proper place at the incorrect time period (the ’90s). When their 1st EP (I WANT You Even more) premiered on Cavell Information in 1992, the music group (which also presented Darren Green on keyboards and vocals, Neil Blinkho on bass and vocals and drummer Tag Sellar) wore coordinating outfits and performed 100 % pure breezy pop that dropped somewhere within the Beatles and Gerry & the Pacemakers (you must be aware that this was through the heyday of grunge and everything sloppy, loud and awful!). Gaining a fanbase (including a whole lot of supporters from the Jetset, a music group who were accomplishing this same exact matter a decade previous) however, not placing the charts burning, the music group went back in to the studio room to record their debut record. With Blinkho choosing out, the music group changed him with Jon Mellor and added second guitarist Russel Paye to complete the appear. When their debut record, Life CONTINUES ON, premiered in ’93, the complementing outfits were eliminated, replaced with a hipper ‘teeny-bopper’ appear akin to rings like East 17 and Consider That. Musically, over fifty percent the album continued to be in the Merseybeat design, the spouse being truly a joyously schizophrenic collage of newer pop influences such as for example George Michael, the Blow Monkeys, etc. Soon after the release from the record, their label proceeded to go tummy up and Ouch faded from view.