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In this article I will write about a band formed by two people who had no musical background. They met while at university, and having graduated from university, and found themselves unemployed, decided that their future lay in music.
This may seem like a strange career choice for an English language graduate and a graduate in Romance Languages. However, strange as it may seem, The Sundays became a highly successful band, with their debut album, Reading, Writing and Arithmetic reaching number four in the UK album charts.
Wheeler studied English language graduate, and Gavurin Romance Languages. Previously, Wheeler had played a few concerts with a band called Cruel Shoes. That was all the experience the duo had. Despite their lack of musical experience, Wheeler and Gavurin wrote some songs.
After leaving Bristol, and heading to London they met the other two members of the band. They were joined by drummer, Patrick Hannan and bassist Paul Brindley. The four of them became The Sundays.
After a while, the band realized that their music was good, and decided to send out some demo tapes. Soon labels became interested in signing the band.
They had managed to secure a concert at the Vertigo Club in London. Reporters from the three main music papers were present, ostensibly to review the main act.
So impressed were the reporters with The Sundays music, that all three of the papers wrote glowing reviews. This resulted in a bidding war between the record labels. Rough Trade Records won the bidding war, and signed the band. So highly acclaimed was the single that it was deemed one of the best singles of that year.
Straight away, the album was a huge success, reaching number four in the UK album charts. In the US, the album only reached number thirty-nine in the Billboard Overall, the album sold over half a million copies. During the following year, the band travelled the world promoting the album.
Sadly, disaster was round the corner for The Sundays. Their record label Rough Trade Records became insolvent. This meant the band would experience some troubled times financially. They then signed for Parlophone Records and would prepare to write and record their second album.Product description.
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