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Simply stunning !

Firstly, let me say in no uncertain terms that, although I'm sure they served a purpose, Bros were not my cup of tea at all. I stumbled on this particular former Bros members album abslolutely by chance, without actually knowing who it was. Having already been hooked by the track Fly I proceded [to my mind possibly against my better judgement] take the plunge and buy the album. I have to say this must have been one of the most fortuitous musical decisions of my life. The album is quite simply a masterpiece with Matt Goss's sublime vocal performance a floorless example of a master of his trade at work. I cannot say enough about this largley undiscovered gem of an album other than to urge you in the strongest possible terms to buy it now! It may or may not change your life, but one thing's for sure it will definitely change your opinion of Matt Goss. [RF]


you need to buy this album, it is quite simply amazing


Whatever you know of this guy, leave all your prejudices at the door.....this album is amazing. From the sweeping ballads of We Can't Lose, Face the Wind and Goodbye to the more uptempo songs like Fly and Watch Me Fall, the unmistakable voice of Matt Goss shines. I drove my family mad in 1988/9 listening to Bros constantly, but I am doing the same thing now in 2006 with this album. Have a listen - you might be pleasantly surprised.


Born: 29 September 1968

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A former member of '80s boy band Bros, vocalist Matt Goss has since reinvented himself as a modern-day Frank Sinatra to become one of the star attractions of the Las Vegas circuit. Born in 1968 in London, he formed Bros with twin brother Luke, and Craig Logan. Bros went on to score 11 Top 40 singles, a Brit Award, and the honor of being the youngest group ever to sell out Wembley, before they split in 1992. Three years later, Matt Goss released his solo debut album, The Key, which featured the Top...
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