Everything but the Girl occasionally referred to as EBTG were an English musical duo , formed in Kingston upon Hull , England in , consisting of lead singer and occasional guitarist Tracey Thorn and guitarist, keyboardist, producer and singer Ben Watt. They are currently inactive, although vocalist Tracey Thorn hinted that they may perform again someday. They have not performed publicly since Watt and Thorn are also a couple, though they are very private about their relationship and personal life. For some time, it was not a publicised fact that they were romantically involved, or that they had married subsequently.
I Miss You
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It initially did not achieve much success until it was remixed by Todd Terry and re-released in , resulting in worldwide success, peaking at or near the top of the charts in many countries. The release of the remixed version of "Missing" gave an indication of the band's future experimentation with more electronic dance music on subsequent albums. Musically the song takes in multiple genres. The original version from the album is a more low-tempo influenced song, while the popular Todd Terry remix version is a more up-tempo dance-pop song. Lyrically the song talks about one person missing the other because they have moved away. Prior to "Missing", Everything but the Girl was most known as an indie band; as with many UK bands of the era, their music had folk and jazz leanings.
Missing (Everything but the Girl song)
English band Sade have released six studio albums , one live album , two compilation albums , two extended plays , 23 singles , six video albums, and 20 music videos. Following a brief stint of studying fashion design and modelling, Sade Adu began back up singing for a band named Pride, during this time she attracted attention from record labels and along with other members left Pride and formed the band Sade in Following a record deal Sade and her eponymous band released their debut album Diamond Life , the album was a commercial success and sold over six million copies, becoming one of the top-selling debut albums of the s and one of the best-selling debuts by a British female vocalist of all time.
Some copies include a bonus disc featuring four additional songs. An accompanying DVD with the same title was also released the same year. The album's title derives from a lyric from their song " Missing ", off 's Amplified Heart. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.