You either loved them or hated them, but the British teen pop band were, obviously, more popular with teenage girls. For a short while in the late 80s and early 90s, Bros answered the question posed in their debut single and achieved success with eleven Top 40 hit singles in their home country, and also in many european countries, too.
Originally, the boy band consisted of three members; brothers Matt Goss (vocals) and Luke Goss (drummer) and Craig Logan (bass player) who left the band in the early part of 1989.
After disappointing sales of the third album Changing Faces, and also the single Try, apparently, Luke looked at his brother and stated "I'm done, it's not fun anymore". The duo split in 1992.
Matt goss started a solo career during the 90s, and his brother Luke moved to the US and became a movie actor. Craig is currently working in music management and songwriting.
Released in March 1988, Push was the debut album by Bros and, by far, their most successful, achieving 4x Platinum in the UK and including five hit singles.
The 12" maxi single included The Contender Dub Mix and a track entitled Love To Hate You which was the B-side of the 7 inch vinyl.
UK limited edition 2-track picture disc for the trio's second single Drop The Boy which reached #2.
I Owe You Nothing topped the British singles chart for two weeks during June 1988. The single had previously been released as a debut single in 1987, but without success.
Look-In magazine (Nov 1988) ft. Bros
Too Much was the lead single from the Duo's second album Time, reaching #2 in the British Isles.
Released in October 1989, The Time was the first album featuring only Matt and Luke Goss who also co-wrote the tracks with Nicky Graham. The album achieved Gold, but was not as successful as their multi-Platinum debut album.
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