Code Red (British band)

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Code Red
Also known as CR
Origin United Kingdom
Genres Pop, soul, R&B, adult contemporary
Years active 1996–2001
Labels Polydor
Past members Phillip Andrew Rodell
Neil James Watts
Lee John Missen
Roger Ratajczak (now Roger Woods).

Code Red were a British vocal boyband, formed in 1996.

Formation[edit]

Phillip Andrew Rodell, Neil James Watts, Lee John Missen, and Roger Ratajczak formed themselves as the lineup for the vocal group, and they were signed by Polydor Records. They performed in the 1996 Great British Song Contest singing "I Gave You Everything", and finished as runners-up in the competition.

The group was disbanded in 2001.

Subsequent career[edit]

Scarlet was released in 1997, and produced the hits "This Is Our Song", "Is There Someone Out There?" and the Tevin Campbell original, "Can We Talk".

Two years later, they released Missin You Already, a follow-up album which featured two hits, "What Would You Do If... ?" and "What Good Is A Heart" , which became a number two hit in the MTV Asia Hitlist.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • 1996: "I Gave You Everything" - UK #50
  • 1996: "This Is Our Song" - UK #59
  • 1997: "Can We Talk" - UK #29
  • 1997: "Is There Someone Out There?" - UK #34
  • 1998: "What Would You Do If... ?" - UK #55[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 113. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.