QUIREBOYS: There She Goes Again 7″ + Misled (double A sided single). Check video


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The Quireboys are an English hard rock band formed in 1984 in London, England, with strong ties to Newcastle. When the band formed they were originally known as The Queerboys and later as the London Quireboys in the United States.
The band were successful during the late 1980s and early 1990s, with their debut album A Bit of What You Fancy reaching #2 on the UK charts. Their highest charting single for the band was with the song “Hey You”, it reached #14.

Spike – vocals
Guy Bailey – guitar
Guy Griffin – guitar
Nigel Mogg – bass
Ian Wallace – drums
Chris Johnstone – keyboards

Additional musicians:
Myrna Mathews – background vocals
Clydene Jackson – background vocals
Julia Walters – background vocals
Kevin Savigan – string arrangement
Lee Thornberg – brass

There She Goes Again (1990) UK #37

The Quireboys had a small run of hits around the turn of the decade.

This song reached UK#87 this first time around and was in the chart for the last time on this day in the 80s, at #92. It was back in the chart in ’90 after they had had more success, when it reached #37 as a double ‘A’ side with “Misled”.

This time it was their second of nine hits from ’88-’05.

They also had a small amount of success in the US, where this one reached #91, their first of 4 hits from ’88-’92. They peaked with “Hey You” at UK#14 and US#53 in ’90.

Great Britain
QUIREBOYS (previously called QUEERBOYS) featured  Mogg’s (U.F.O.) brother Nigel Mogg and Coze and Ginger, who later formed WILDHEARTS. Their sound showed many influences starting with the ROLLING STONES and MOTT THE HOOPLE and ending with FACES, GIRL, HUMBLE PIE and the American glam that also influenced their image. QUIREBOYS, however, was more than just an image. Being street kids, punks and lovers of black blues, their sound was described as “bar-room boogie, beer-soaked blues and infectious raunch n’ roll” by the music press of the time. “There She Goes Again” comes from such a situation. The title track is a rock ballad, with hoarse vocals and a strong southern mood. In the same vein, but without that ballad element, is side two’s “How Do Ya Feel.” It has a much more cheerful party atmosphere which of course raises a lot of drinks. Things started to fall apart when they signed to EMI and sometime after that their authenticity was lost a bit. Then they had member changes, chart successes and the album “Bitter Sweet & Twisted” (Parlophone/EMI, 1992). Later guitarist Spike participated in Slash’s solo album (GUNS N’ ROSES) and created GOD’S HOTEL and Nigel Mogg formed NANCY BOYS.

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