Artist picture of The Outfield

The Outfield

71 732 fans

Escucha todas las canciones de The Outfield en Deezer

Top canciones del artista

Your Love The Outfield 03:41
Say It Isn't So The Outfield 03:47
All The Love In The World The Outfield 03:31
Your Love (Live) The Outfield 02:35
61 Seconds The Outfield 04:18
Your Love The Outfield 02:35
My Paradise The Outfield 03:36
Voices Of Babylon The Outfield 03:31
Someone Like Me The Outfield 04:20
Since You've Been Gone The Outfield 04:43

Lanzamiento más popular

Nuevos lanzamientos de The Outfield en Deezer

Voices Of Babylon
For You
Your Love
It Should Have Been Me

Álbumes populares

Los álbumes más populares de The Outfield

Artistas similares

Encuentra artistas similares a The Outfield


Playlists y música de The Outfield

Aparece en

Escucha a The Outfield en Deezer


London-born power-poppers The Outfield occupied a unique vantage point; they broke America but failed to generate notable success in the UK. Composed of guitarist John Spinks, vocalist and bassist Tony Lewis, and drummer Alan Jackman, the group signed to Columbia/CBS Records in 1984 on the strength of their live shows and demos, originally performing under the US-friendly name The Baseball Boys. Keeping in the same ballpark with their baseball-referencing new name, The Outfield stepped out with their William Wittman-produced debut album, Play Deep, in 1985 and yielded several hit singles in the US, including "Your Love", which reached Number 6 on the US Billboard Hot 100 in 1986 and became the band's calling card. The Outfield's second album, Bangin', arrived the following year and spawned a Top 40 hit in "Since You've Been Gone". They issued another six albums during the '90s and '00s, including 2004's Any Time Now (also released in 2006 by Sidewinder Records). Founding drummer Alan Jackman – who had quit the band following the release of 1989's Voices of Babylon – returned to record the group's final album in 2011, Replay. John Spinks died from liver cancer on July 9, 2014 aged 60. On October 19, 2020, singer Tony Lewis died at his home near London.