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East 17 is an English pop rock band formed in 1992. They rose to fame via their hit single, "House of Love".
- Brian Harvey
- John Hendy
- Terry Coldwell
- Tony Mortimer
East 17 was formed in 1992 by Tony Mortimer, Brian Harvey, Terry Coldwell and John Hendy. Their career started when they signed a recording contract under London Records in that same year. Their debut single, "House of Love" was release d in August 1992 which chartered at #1 on the Sweden Country Charts. The single sold 600,000 copies. The single was included in their debut album, Walthamstow which was released in 1993. It also features the singles, "Gold" which peaked at #2 on the Sweden Country Charts, "West End Girls" which landed at #11 on The UK Charts and "It's Alright" which reached at #3 on UK Charts.
Their second album, Steam was issued in 1994. It also feature the single, "Around The World" which chartered at #3 on the UK Charts. Some of the members was involved in a drug controversy. After that big news, Tony left the band because of indifferences with the group. The remaining three members decided to changed their name to "E-17". They also released the hit single, "Each Time" which landed at #2 on the UK Charts. However, after producing more singles which has dissapoingting sales, they decided to disband in 1999. The group was reformed in 2006. In Spring of 2008, their new single, "Fuck That" will be issue.
|Year||Title||UK Charts||AUS Charts||SWE Charts||Album|
|1992||House of Love||19||5||1||Walthamstow|
|1993||West End Girls||11||4||-||Walthamstow|
|1993||Around The World||3||4||23||Steam|
Tours & Concerts
There are no current tour and concert schedules for East 17.
There are no announcements as of this time
July 1, 1993
October 13, 1994
|1992||House of Love||London|
|1993||West End Girls||London|
|1993||Around The World||Universal|
|1994||Let it Rain||Universal|
Compilations & Live Releases
April 26, 2005
December 11, 2006
- Were originally going to call themselves "E-17", but opted for East 17 after the bad press Ecstasy was getting at the time.
- The band logo features a cartoon "Bob The Dog" based on Levy, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier.
- Levy was the band's official mascot and she was frequently referred to as the "fifth official member of East 17.