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D:Ream

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D:Ream is a Northern Irish pop rock and dance group. They had a UK Number One hit with "Things Can Only Get Better" in 1994 as well as eight more top 40 hits. They released two albums, both of which reached the top five. The group had an all-male line-up which varied in number, but mainly centred on lead singer Peter Cunnah. The live band included keyboard player Brian Cox, who is now a professor of physics and a television presenter, though Cunnah normally played keyboards on the records.

  • also known as D Ream, D-Ream, Dream, D'ream
  • members:
  • genres: Rhythm and blues, Electronic music, Pop music, Synthpop, Pop rock, Ballad, Dance music, Soul music
  • albums: "Things Can Only Get Better", "Blame It on Me", "D:Ream On, Volume 1", "Shoot Me With Your Love", "U R The Best Thing", "The Best of D:Ream", "World", "The Platinum Collection", "In Memory Of...", "Party Up The World (part one)", "Gods In the Making (Remixes)"
  • some of the nominations and awards:
      • nominated to International Viewer's Choice Award for MTV Europe - "Things Can Only Get Better"
      • nominated to MTV Europe Music Award for Best Electronic
      • nominated to Brit Award for British Single - "Things Can Only Get Better"
  • official website: d-ream.co.uk

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Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Popular Music (2011)

by Colin Larkin

D:Ream This London-based outfit crossed over from dance music clubs to daytime radio, and won themselves impressive chart placings in the process. D: Ream originally comprised Al Mackenzie (b. Alan Mackenzie, 31 October 1968, ...

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