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Liberty X

Background information
Origin United Kingdom
Genre(s) Pop / R&B
Years active 2001–2007
Members
Michelle Heaton
Tony Lundon
Kevin Simm
Jessica Taylor
Kelli Young

Liberty X (originally called Liberty) were a Brit Award-winning pop vocal group formed from five contestants from the 2001 ITV show Popstars. The group consists of Tony Lundon, Kevin Simm, Michelle Heaton, Kelli Young and Jessica Taylor. The group went on to achieve ten consecutive UK Top 20 singles, and various charting singles worldwide. This article does not cite any references or sources. ... This article is about the genre of popular music. ... Rhythm and blues (or R & B) is a musical marketing term introduced in the United States in the late 1940s by Billboard magazine. ... Michelle Heaton (born 19th July 1980, in Newcastle, England) is a British popstar, currently in the band Liberty X. She first shot to fame when she took part in the ITV reality tv show, Popstars, however she failed to get in the band, HearSay but formed Liberty X with... Tony Lundon was born Anthony Lundon, on 13 April 1979 in Galway, Ireland. ... Kevin Simm (born Kevin Ian Simm, on 5 September 1980) from Chorley, Lancashire, England, is a pop singer and vocalist with the band Liberty X. Kevin Simm attended Leyland St Marys Catholic Technology College during 1991-1996, where he showed promise as a junior footballer. ... Jessica Taylor (born June 23, 1980) is a singer with the manufactured pop group Liberty X, and comes from Preston in Lancashire, England. ... Kelli Young (April 7th 1982) is a member of British popgroup Liberty X. Liberty X is formed by the rejects from reality TV programme Popstars. ... The Brit Awards are annual United Kingdom pop music awards, considered to be on a par with the Grammys in the United States. ... For other uses, see ITV (disambiguation). ... Countries which had a version of Popstars Popstars is an international reality television program and a precursor to the Idol series. ... Tony Lundon was born Anthony Lundon, on 13 April 1979 in Galway, Ireland. ... Kevin Simm (born Kevin Ian Simm, on 5 September 1980) from Chorley, Lancashire, England, is a pop singer and vocalist with the band Liberty X. Kevin Simm attended Leyland St Marys Catholic Technology College during 1991-1996, where he showed promise as a junior footballer. ... Michelle Heaton (born 19th July 1980, in Newcastle, England) is a British popstar, currently in the band Liberty X. She first shot to fame when she took part in the ITV reality tv show, Popstars, however she failed to get in the band, HearSay but formed Liberty X with... Kelli Young (April 7th 1982) is a member of British popgroup Liberty X. Liberty X is formed by the rejects from reality TV programme Popstars. ... Jessica Taylor (born June 23, 1980) is a singer with the manufactured pop group Liberty X, and comes from Preston in Lancashire, England. ...

Contents

Biography

Popstars

Whilst the five winning contestants of Popstars formed Hear'Say, the five runners up (who would have been the "backup" had there been a problem with any members in Hear'Say) formed the group Liberty. The name Liberty was chosen to reflect the freedom they enjoyed from not being under the rigid enforcements of the television company and record label that was put upon Hear'Say. Their runner-up status led to them being dubbed "Flopstars" by some commentators. However, this tag was dropped when they signed a multi-million pound record contract with Richard Branson's independent record label, V2 records and they soon became seen as a "cool" alternative to Hear'Say. Countries which had a version of Popstars Popstars is an international reality television program and a precursor to the Idol series. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Sir Richard Charles Nicholas Branson (born 18 July 1950) is an English business magnate, best known for his Virgin brand of over 360 companies. ... V2 Records (or V2 Music) is a record label that was started in 1996 by Richard Branson, five years after he sold Virgin Records to EMI. Over the years V2 acquired Junior Boys Own, Gee Street Records, Blue Dog Records, and Big Cat Records. ...


Shortly after forming, Liberty received a legal challenge in the UK High Court from a funk R&B band called Liberty who had success in the 1990s, won Capital Radio Band Of The Year, played Wembley Arena, toured Europe and released albums in the USA, Europe & UK. The original Liberty claimed that the new Liberty were taking advantage of the goodwill that they had created in the name Liberty (which in English law is the tort of passing off). The judge agreed with the original Liberty and so the new group asked readers of UK tabloid newspaper, "The Sun" to pick them a new name. The winning name was X Liberty[citation needed], though the group chose to use Liberty X. Her Majestys High Court of Justice (known more simply as the High Court) is, together with the Crown Court and the Court of Appeal, part of the Supreme Court of Judicature in England and Wales: see Courts of England and Wales. ... English law is a formal term of art that describes the law for the time being in force in England and Wales. ... This article is about legal torts. ... Passing off is a common law tort which can be used to enforce unregistered trademark rights. ... This article is about a British tabloid. ...


Early Chart Success

The group's first two singles "Thinking It Over" and "Doin' It" launched them to fame, both released whilst the group were known as Liberty. "Thinking It Over" shot to number 5 in the UK Top 40 singles chart, and the single featured remixes by the Wideboys and Boy George. The follow up single "Doin' It", released December 2001, didn't do quite as well and charted and peaked at number 14. There was a gap of 5 months between "Doin' It" and the follow up "Just A Little" due to the band being involved in a court case. The track indeed took the band straight to the top of the UK charts and became the 9th best selling single of 2002. 'Just A Little' was also a hit worldwide, reaching the Top 5 and Top 10 music charts in several countries. It is the single they are best known for inside and outside the United Kingdom. One good thing that came out of the whole name change court case is that in the 5 month break between releases, the band recorded "Just A Little" and the next single "Got To Have Your Love", and the original intended 3rd single "Wanting Me Tonight" was cancelled. This release was proceeded by their debut album, Thinking It Over (originally due to be called To Those Who Wait). The album was a huge success, peaking at number 3 in the UK, selling over 1 million copies worldwide. Two further top 5 singles were released from the album - "Got To Have Your Love" produced by UK Producer Rod Gammons (Mark Morrison, Beverley Knight), a cover of the 1990 track by electro funk group Mantronix (Mantronix's founding member, Kurtis Mantronik, also remixed the Liberty X version for the single release), which peaked at number 2 in the United Kingdom. The final single to be taken from the album, was 'Holding On for You', released in December 2002. The single debuted and peaked at number 5 before falling to number 14 the following week. George Alan ODowd, better known as Boy George (born June 14, 1961 in Eltham, London) is a rock singer-songwriter and club DJ. He grew up in a large, working-class Irish family in Thurles, County Tipperary, Ireland. ... Thinking It Over is the debut album by British pop group Liberty X, released in the UK on May 27, 2003 via V2 Records. ... Electro, short for electro funk (also known as robot hip hop and Electro hop) is an electronic style of hip hop directly influenced by Kraftwerk and funk records (unlike earlier rap records which were closer to disco). ... Mantronix was an innovative and influential 1980s old school hip-hop and electro funk music group led by DJ and keyboardist-programmer Kurtis Mantronik (Kurtis el Khaleel), and MC MC Tee (Touré Embden). ... Kurtis Khaleel (born 4 September 1965, Jamaica), better known as Kurtis Mantronik, is an American hip hop artist who is part of the group Mantronix. ...


Being Somebody

Following a short break, the group released "Being Nobody", a mash-up of Chaka Khan's "Ain't Nobody" and Human League's "Being Boiled". The single was produced by Richard X and released under the name of Richard X vs Liberty X. The track followed the momentum caused by Richard X's other mainstream production, Freak Like Me for the Sugababes, which topped the charts the previous year. Both tracks featured on Richard X's album Richard X Presents His X-Factor Vol. 1. Despite the bands love for "Freak Like Me" the guys never thought of finding the mastermind behind the track but they were approached by Richard X who asked if they wanted to collaborate. The band had just finished a sell-out tour when the single was to be released. "Being Nobody" reached number three in the UK singles chart. Proceeding their second album, Being Somebody, the group released "Jumpin", which managed to peak at number 6 and spent just 4 weeks on the UK Top 40 chart. 'Jumpin' was co-written by UK singer-songwriter, Lucie Silvas. 'Being Somebody' was released on 3rd November 2003, debuting at number 12 on the UK album chart, but fell to number 27 the following week. The album sold around 200,000 copies, significantly lower then sales of their debut. The album received a lot of criticism from fans for containing too many emotional ballads, distancing themselves from their initial R&B sound. The group released the albums final single 'Everybody Cries' in January 2004. The music video saw the group walking along disused railway lines, which they were criticised for by safety organisations. The single missed the UK Top 10, reaching a disappointing number 13, and spent just 3 weeks on the UK Top 40. The group took a hiatus following record label issues and each member decided to work on different individual projects. Kevin Simm appeared on Channel 4's The Games, competing in a series of sporting events (in which he placed second overall, behind Philip Olivier). Michelle Heaton appeared on ITV's ill-fated "Celebrity Wrestling". Jessica Taylor appeared on the BBC's "Come Ice Skating." Tony Lundon and Kelli Young took the time to work on new tracks for the band's third album, whilst both contributing on other artists album in both producing and writing. Tony featured on D-Side's debut album, writing and featuring on a song entitled "Fix You" and Kelli collaborated with Billy Crawford on a track on his album "Big City" called Go, Go. This track has now gone on to be sampled by Jamelia for a song that was not used for her latest album Walk With Me. During this period, The Sun newspaper reported that the group were to re-release 'Being Somebody', and was to feature a cover of the 1990 hit 'Back To Life', however this failed to materialise. They also released a cover version of 'Fresh' which was released in a selection of European countries, but not the United Kingdom. It peaked at number 35 on the French music charts. Bastard pop is a musical genre which, in its purest form, consists of the combination (usually by digital means) of the music from one song with the a cappella from another. ... Chaka Khan (born March 23, 1953) is a multiple Grammy Award-winning American singer known for hit songs such as Im Every Woman, I Feel For You and Through the Fire. Khan was first featured as a member of the funk band Rufus before beginning her solo career. ... The Human League are an English synthpop band formed in 1977, who, after several changes in line up, achieved great popularity in the 1980s and a limited comeback in the mid-1990s. ... Richard Philips is a record producer, best known by his stage name Richard X. In an early issue of the now defunct Popworld magazine, Phillips told of how he had simply sealed a postcard with a kiss which was misinterpreted as the letter X; from then on he has used... Sugababes are a BRIT Award-winning English pop group trio from London. ... Richard X Presents His X-Factor Vol. ... Intro (Being Somebody) Jumpin Being Nobody (Richard X vs Liberty X) Everybody Cries Watcha Doin Tonight The Poet Ill Be Remembering The Last Goodbye Let Go Forever Close Your Eyes I Just Wanna Impossible Take Me Home Story Of My Life Maybe Where Do We Go From Here [Hidden... Lucie Silvas (born September 4, 1977 in Surrey) is a British singer-songwriter. ... Kevin Simm (born Kevin Ian Simm, on 5 September 1980) from Chorley, Lancashire, England, is a pop singer and vocalist with the band Liberty X. Kevin Simm attended Leyland St Marys Catholic Technology College during 1991-1996, where he showed promise as a junior footballer. ... This article is about the British television station. ... The Games was a Channel 4 reality TV show that ran for four series, in which 10 celebrities competed against each other, by doing Olympic style events, such as weight lifting, gymnastics and diving. ... Philip Olivier (born Philip Lee Borg-Olivier[1] 4 June 1980 in Liverpool, England) is a British actor. ... Michelle Heaton (born 19th July 1980, in Newcastle, England) is a British popstar, currently in the band Liberty X. She first shot to fame when she took part in the ITV reality tv show, Popstars, however she failed to get in the band, HearSay but formed Liberty X with... For other uses, see ITV (disambiguation). ... This article is about the British reality television programme. ... Jessica Taylor (born June 23, 1980) is a singer with the manufactured pop group Liberty X, and comes from Preston in Lancashire, England. ... For other uses, see BBC (disambiguation). ... Tony Lundon was born Anthony Lundon, on 13 April 1979 in Galway, Ireland. ... Kelli Young (April 7th 1982) is a member of British popgroup Liberty X. Liberty X is formed by the rejects from reality TV programme Popstars. ... D side (Dauwendaele) is a part of the city of Middelburg, The Netherlands. ... Billy Crawford (born Billy Joe Crawford on May 16, 1982)[1] is a Filipino American musician and actor with musical influences from R&B, Pop, and Soul. ...


X

In mid-2005 it was announced that Liberty X had left V2 Records, and had signed to independent label Unique Corp records. Their third album was announced as being titled, X to be released in October 2005. Not owning the rights to certain songs (including collaborations with Richard X), the band had to write new material. The first single, "Song 4 Lovers" however, had been recorded when they were signed to V2 Records back in 2004. They rerecorded it as V2 never saw the fit for them and the song, a mistake some say. It was finally released in September 2005 and it features Rev Run of Run DMC, who also co-wrote the track. The single was well received, achieving a large amount of airplay on British music channels, as well as radio. During its first week of release, midweek figures showed that the single was to debut at either number 2 or 3, but finished the week at number 5, their first Top 10 hit in nearly two years in the United Kingdom. It spent 4 consecutive weeks inside the Top 10. The video for the song, directed by Bill Schacht for Aestheticom, reached broadcast airplay chart positions of #2 Box UK and #4 MTV UK, as well as heavy rotation on other music channels. V2 Records (or V2 Music) is a record label that was started in 1996 by Richard Branson, five years after he sold Virgin Records to EMI. Over the years V2 acquired Junior Boys Own, Gee Street Records, Blue Dog Records, and Big Cat Records. ... This article is in need of attention. ... Richard Philips is a record producer, best known by his stage name Richard X. In an early issue of the now defunct Popworld magazine, Phillips told of how he had simply sealed a postcard with a kiss which was misinterpreted as the letter X; from then on he has used... V2 Records (or V2 Music) is a record label that was started in 1996 by Richard Branson, five years after he sold Virgin Records to EMI. Over the years V2 acquired Junior Boys Own, Gee Street Records, Blue Dog Records, and Big Cat Records. ... Joseph Reverend Run Simmons Joseph Run Simmons, a. ... Run-DMC is a hip hop crew founded by Jason Jam Master Jay Mizell that included Joseph Run Simmons and Darryl DMC McDaniels. ...



Their third album 'X' was released in October 2005, but to a lukewarm reception, despite the top 5 success of the single which preceded the album. It peaked at number 27, leaving the top 40 after just one week. People were unimpressed with the content of the album as it contained four previous singles (Just A Little, Got To Have Your Love, Being Nobody, Holding On For You), plus the current single (Song 4 Lovers), and a track ("Yo DJ") which was used as a b-side to Song 4 Lovers. 'X' went on to sell an extremely poor 10,000 copies in the UK, and saw a strictly limited release around the world.


In late October, following the top 5 success of their single, the group announced they had been asked to record the official 2005 Children in Need single, so they teamed up with producer Rod Gammons again to record "A Night to Remember, a cover of the Shalamar classic, backed with another disco/soul classic, "Everybody Dance." The group performed both singles live on the night, 18 November 2005. The double a-side single entered and peaked at number 6 in the official British singles chart, it also peaked at number 16 in France, their biggest hit there since 'Just a Little'. New BBC Children in Need Pudsey and logo from 2007 BBC Children in Need is an annual British charity appeal organised by the BBC. Since 1980 it has raised £470million. ... A Night to Remember is a song originally sung by disco/R&B group Shalamar. ... Hewett, Watley, and Daniel Shalamar was an American musical group of the 1970s and 1980s that was originally a disco-driven vehicle created by Soul Train booking agent Dick Griffey. ...


After an hiatus, Liberty X returned in June 2006 with a slightly remixed new single "X". The song was a fan favourite, but due to a lack of promotion and lack of airplay and video play (the video itself was attacked for being considerably low-budget), the song failed to hit the Top 40, peaking at a low number 47. The re-release of the album, which contained the new version of X and A Night To Remember which was planned, still went ahead, unknown to the public. 'X' also peaked at number 89 in France, their lowest chart placing there, just ahead of 'Holding On For You' which reached number 109.


Despite rumours of splitting, members leaving and being dropped by their label, Liberty X announced that they were still together but each doing separate things. Michelle, not long back posted on the group's official site stating they were still together and would be releasing a new single in the new year (January 2007) with a song from a forthcoming film. However, this failed to materialise. Michelle Heaton since then has married her lover of four years, Andy Scott-Lee who is best known for making the final seven in the second series of Pop Idol. Jessica Taylor got engaged to cricket star, Kevin Pietersen, Kevin Simm has appeared on Channel 4's The Games: Champion of Champions, competing for his team, and Tony Lundon was busy writing tracks for what would have been the band's fourth album. Michelle Heaton (born 19th July 1980, in Newcastle, England) is a British popstar, currently in the band Liberty X. She first shot to fame when she took part in the ITV reality tv show, Popstars, however she failed to get in the band, HearSay but formed Liberty X with... Andy Scott-Lee (born 29 March 1980 in Bodelwyddan, North Wales) is a former British pop star of a quarter Chinese extraction, who is an ex-member of the band 3SL. After the band broke up, he appeared in the second series of Pop Idol, he made it to the... Jessica Taylor (born June 23, 1980) is a singer with the manufactured pop group Liberty X, and comes from Preston in Lancashire, England. ... Kevin Peter Pietersen MBE (born 27 June 1980 in Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Africa) is an English cricketer. ... Kevin Simm (born Kevin Ian Simm, on 5 September 1980) from Chorley, Lancashire, England, is a pop singer and vocalist with the band Liberty X. Kevin Simm attended Leyland St Marys Catholic Technology College during 1991-1996, where he showed promise as a junior footballer. ... This article is about the British television station. ... The Games was a Channel 4 reality TV show that ran for four series, in which 10 celebrities competed against each other, by doing Olympic style events, such as weight lifting, gymnastics and diving. ... Tony Lundon was born Anthony Lundon, on 13 April 1979 in Galway, Ireland. ...


Split And Solo Careers

On May 20, 2007, Liberty X posted a message on their website, saying that they won't be recording together anymore. They said "We want to let the fans know that Liberty X won't be doing any more recording together". is the 140th day of the year (141st in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar in the 21st century. ...

All of us have separate projects we're working on and are excited about. We're still the best of friends and we'll still be doing all the dates on the current club tour. Also, we still intend to come together sometimes as Liberty X, for one-off events."


The group performed their last gig on 2 September 2007 alongside Liz McClarnon, Lisa Scott-Lee and Stonefoxx at the Wiltshire Crime Stoppers charity event held in the grounds of Bowood House near Chippenham in Wiltshire. The Wiltshire Times newspaper was granted the last ever on-camera interview with the five band members before they took to the stage. Footage of their performance and the interview is featured on its website. is the 245th day of the year (246th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar in the 21st century. ...


Discography

Albums

Year Title Chart positions
United Kingdom
2002 Thinking It Over 3
2003 Being Somebody 12
2005 X 27
2008 The X Hits 2002-2008 TBA

Thinking It Over is the debut album by British pop group Liberty X, released in the UK on May 27, 2003 via V2 Records. ... Intro (Being Somebody) Jumpin Being Nobody (Richard X vs Liberty X) Everybody Cries Watcha Doin Tonight The Poet Ill Be Remembering The Last Goodbye Let Go Forever Close Your Eyes I Just Wanna Impossible Take Me Home Story Of My Life Maybe Where Do We Go From Here [Hidden... This article is in need of attention. ...

Singles

Year Title Chart Positions Album
UK IRE AUS FRA NZ BEL NET
2001 "Thinking It Over" 5 29 81 22
Thinking It Over
"Doin' It" 14 36
2002 "Just A Little" 1 2 4 10 2 11 5
"Got To Have Your Love" 2 8 75 49 39 21
"Holding On For You" 5 20 109 40
2003 "Being Nobody" 3 9 36 67 49 26 37
Being Somebody
"Jumpin" 6 16 56 55
2004 "Everybody Cries" 13 24 29
"Fresh" 58 35
The Hits Reloaded - Kool & The Gang
2005 "Song 4 Lovers" 5 5 40
X
"A Night To Remember" 6 19 16 42
2006 "X" 47 89

The Irish Singles Chart is the Irish music industry standard singles popularity chart issued weekly by the Irish Recorded Music Association and compiled on behalf of the IRMA by Chart-Track. ... The ARIA charts are the main Australian music sales charts, issued weekly by the Australian Recording Industry Association. ... Motto: Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité Liberty, Equality, Fraternity Anthem: La Marseillaise France() – on the European continent() – in the European Union() Capital (and largest city) Paris Official languages French Demonym French Government Unitary semi-presidential republic  -  President Nicolas Sarkozy  -  Prime Minister François Fillon Formation  -  French State 843 French State Formed   -  Current... The Recording Industry Association of New Zealand (RIANZ) is a non-profit trade association of record producers, distributors and recording artists in New Zealand. ... For other uses, see Belgium (disambiguation). ... The Dutch Top 40 (Dutch: Nederlandse Top 40) is a weekly music chart, which started as the Veronica Top 40, because the pirate radio channel Radio Veronica was the first to introduce it. ... Thinking It Over is the debut single from British pop group Liberty X. The single was released while the group were still known as Liberty. ... Just a Little is a single by Liberty X, released in 2002. ... Holding On For You was the 5th single released by manufactured pop band Liberty X on 2nd December 2002. ... After a very successful first album, Liberty X returned with the song Being Nobody, produced and remixed by Richard X. To this day, it is a favorite floor-stomping song among fans. ... Jumpin was the second single taken from UK pop vocal group [[Liberty Xs second studio album Being Somebody]] and was released in October 2003. ... Everybody Cries was the third and final single taken from British pop band Liberty Xs second studio album, Being Somebody. ... Song 4 Lovers is a song by British pop band Liberty X. It was their first gospel-orientated song, and was moderately popular in the UK. It also received limited success in France. ... History The single version of X, different from the one that appeared on the album, made its way onto the singles charts on 19th June, 2006. ...

B-Sides & Extras

  • "Let's Get Working" ['Thinking It Over' Promo/Cassette]
  • "Greed" ['Thinking It Over' Single/'To Those Who Wait' Japanese Album]
  • "Never Meant To Say Goodbye" ['Doin' It' Single/'To Those Who Wait' Japanese Album/'Jumpin' Single]
  • "Meant To Be" ['Doin' It' Cassette]
  • "Practice What You Preach" ['To Those Who Wait' Japanese Album]
  • "Breathe" ['Just A Little' Single]
  • "High 'n' Dry" [Live]
  • "Hound Dog" [Live]
  • "Good Love" ['Got To Have Your Love' Single]
  • "Get With You" ['Got To Have Your Love' Single]
  • "Everything" ['Got To Have Your Love' Cassette]
  • "Shut Up And Dance" ['Holding On For You' Single]
  • "Before It's Goodbye" ['Holding On For You' Single]
  • "So Alive" ['Holding On For You' Promo/Cassette]
  • "License To Kill" [Live]
  • "It Helps" ['Jumpin' Single]
  • "Shake It" ['Jumpin' DVD Single]
  • "Rockin' Robin" [Live]
  • "Enemy" ['Everybody Cries' Single]
  • "Sunshine" ['Everybody Cries' Single]
  • "Willing To Try" ['Being Somebody' Japanese Version]
  • "Like A Prayer" [Live]
  • "A Holy Night" ['A Night To Remember' Single]
  • "Everybody Dance" ['A Night To Remember' Single]

Unreleased Tracks

  • "Bigger Badder Better" [N/A]
  • "Bump/Grind" [Greene, Lundon, Simm, X]
  • "Call Me" [Daniel, Hunte, Lundon, Simm]
  • "Contagious" [Black, Feist, Lundon, Reinagle]
  • "Estarei Mesmo Aqui/I Will Be Here" [Chag, Chappel, Heaton, Lundon, Simm, Taylor, Young]
  • "Getaway" [Greene, Lundon, Simm, X]
  • "Get On With It" [Brant, Glass, Lundon, Taylor, Young]
  • "Here Tonight" [Gabriel, Lundon, Robinson, Young]
  • "I'm Just Not Ready 4 Love" [Daniel, Hunte, Lundon, Simm]
  • "Knockin'" [Graves, Lundon, St, Young]
  • "Like That" [Glass, Lundon, Taylor, Young]
  • "Missing You Already" [Black, Lundon, Peiken, Roche]
  • "Talk To Me" [Braide, Ellis, Young]
  • "That Look" [Harwood, Lundon, Mahoney, Silverman, Simm]
  • "Trouble" [Black, Crichton, DeVries, Lundon]
  • "Turn Back Yesterday" [Arms, Glass, Lundon]
  • "What You Gonna Do" [Black, Lundon, Simm, Wilson]
  • "What's Going On" [Hector, Power, Tennant]
  • "Wilder" [Anderson, Greene, Heaton, Lundon, Simm, Taylor, Young]

External links

  • Wiltshire Times video interview

References


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