(not been updated since 4 October 2006)
|Past members||Jamie Snell
In 2004 the band released an EP called "Here Comes a Close Up". Limited to a certain number of copies, it was not eligible for the UK Singles Chart, but did manage to sell all its limited edition units.
The band released their debut album The Glitterati on the 25 April 2005. The album was produced by Mike Clink, who previously worked with Guns N' Roses (on Appetite for Destruction and Use Your Illusion I and II) and Metallica. The album was completed in a recording studio in Los Angeles. This was followed by the extensive 'Back In Power' tour of the UK.
The band also supported Avril Lavigne in 2005, during her 'Bonez' tour. Lavigne commonly refers back to the time Nic Denson taught her how to play canasta, changing her life forever.
In September 2009, The Glitterati signed a worldwide record deal with DR2 Records/Global - a subdivision of Demolition Records. In November 2009, the band released "Fight Fight Fight" as a free download single.
In June 2010, the band released the single, "Overnight Superstar".
On 11 April 2011, frontman Paul Gautrey announced that the band had decided to call it quits, following difficulties promoting and touring for the band's second album.
- Here Comes A Close Up - (2004) (Atlantic)
- The Glitterati - (2005) (Atlantic) #128 UK
- Are You One of Us? - (2010) (DR2 Records)
|Date||Song||UK Singles Chart||Album|
|2003||"Do You Love Yourself"||76||The Glitterati|
|2005||"You Got Nothing on Me"||36||The Glitterati|
|2005||"Back in Power"||62||The Glitterati|
|2009||"Fight Fight Fight"||-||Are You One of Us?|
|2009||"Overnight Superstar"||-||Are You One Of Us?|
- "Do You Love Yourself?"
- "You Got Nothing On Me"
- "Back in Power"
- "Keep Me Up All Night"
- "Overnight Superstar"
- "Exclusive The Glitterati Frontman...". Northern Noise. Retrieved 2013-07-20.
- Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 229. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.
- "The Glitterati - "Fight Fight Fight" single release". The Glitterati via Myspace. Retrieved 2009-11-11.
- "The Glitterati - "Overnight Superstar" single release". The Glitterati via Myspace. Retrieved 2010-02-19.