We're the Brotherhood of Man
|We're the Brotherhood of Man|
|Studio album by The Brotherhood of Man|
|Released||21 April 1972|
|Genre||Pop, MOR, Soul|
|The Brotherhood of Man chronology|
The album was released in April 1972, two years after their first album, and it included the singles "Reach Out Your Hand" and "You and I". Although "Reach Out Your Hand" was a top 100 hit in the US, none of the group's singles around this time had charted in the UK. This album similarly failed, and the group disbanded after being dropped by their record label.
Manager Tony Hiller recruited a new line-up over the next few months, which was to become the more famous, Eurovision-winning formation, although one more album (a compilation) featuring the early line-up was released after this, in 1973.
- "We're the Brotherhood of Man"
- "No Smoke Without Fire"
- "Put Your Hand in the Hand"
- "Something Wonderful"
- "Love, Lines, Angles and Rhymes"
- "You and I"
- "Proud Mary"
- "The World Gets Better With Love"
- "There's a Mountain"
- "Follow Me"
- "Can't Stop Loving You"
- "Reach Out Your Hand"