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The Charlottes

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Active until  1990
Genre  Rock
Active from  1988
The Charlottes httpsimgdiscogscomwAUQZhBcVE1o1gusnyv3AVO3T
Members  Simon Scott, Graham Gargiulo
Albums  Things Come Apart, Lovehappy, Liar: The Best of the Charlottes
Similar  Blind Mr Jones, Spirea X, Smashing Orange, Bang Bang Machine, 14 Iced Bears

The Charlottes were a female fronted indie pop band from Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire in England, formed in 1988.

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History

The band formed in 1988, initially as The Giant Polar Bears, comprising Petra Roddis (vocals), Graham Gargiulo (guitar), David Fletcher (bass), and Simon Scott (drums). After a debut single "Are You Happy Now?" in 1988, their debut album, Love Happy, was issued by The Subway Organization the following year.

They were a favourite band of John Peel, for whom they recorded a radio session in 1989.

The band then signed to the Cherry Red label. In 1990, drummer Simon Scott left to join Slowdive and the band split up after releasing a second album, Things Come Apart, in 1990 and now records as a solo artist. Gargiulo later formed a new band, Barefoot Contessa.

Singles

  • "Are You Happy Now?" (1988) Molesworth
  • Love in the Emptiness EP (1990) Subway
  • "Liar" (1990) Cherry Red
  • Albums

  • Love Happy (1989) Subway
  • Things Come Apart (1991) Cherry Red
  • Songs

    Prayer Song1989
    We're Going Wrong1989
    Love in the Emptiness1989

    References

    The Charlottes Wikipedia


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