With their debut album, ‘Popped In Souled Out’, Wet Wet introduced themselves as a band that was “totally wrong but unique – and totally great”.
The British group arrived with some of the most sophisticated, jazzy pop of the decade.
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Cannily deployed to create touching moments and forge connections, the best romantic comedy songs have defined iconic romcoms.
The Scottish band's fourth album went straight to No.1 in the UK, unseating Simply Red's 'Stars' to begin a two-week reign.
'Goodnight Girl' was released two days before Christmas 1991, aiming to be a new year hit. More than that, it went to No.1 and transformed the group's fortunes.
The Scottish quartet were on their way to their third UK Top 10 hit in just eight months, when ‘Angel Eyes (Home and Away)’ hit the bestsellers.
The event raised vital funds for music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins, which expects to lose 50% of its income in 2020 due to Covid-19.
Wet Wet Wet are a Scottish pop band founded by Neil Mitchell, Tommy Cunningham, Graeme Clark, Marti Pellow, and Lindsey McCauley.
Formerly of pop sensations Liberty X, Simm replaces Wet Wet Wet's original vocalist Marti Pellow.
Marti Pellow, vocalist with Scottish popsters Wet Wet Wet has announced his depature from the band after over thirty years as their frontman
Wet Wet Wet bassist Graeme Clark promises a run of special live shows to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their breakthrough album, Popped In Souled Out.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the debut album, 'Popped In Souled Out' Wet Wet Wet is releasing a 5 disc super deluxe remastered edition of the album.
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