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About Cecil

There are two artists called Cecil, the more popular one thesedays is Japanese, the other one is:

Cecil - Formed in Liverpool in 1993 by Ste Williams (vocals), Patrick Harrison (guitar), Ally Lambert (drums), Anthony Hughes (guitar), and Jay Bennet (bass). They took part in a Liverpool Echo sponsored(?) Battle Of The Bands. This brought them to the attention of EMI sub Parlophone Recs who released their 1st single 'No Excuses/Upside Down Smile' (R 6418) in October 1995. I never quite understood Cecil, couldn't work out what they wanted to be, or even where they saw themselves. They played competent hard rock that wasn't quite, but wasn't really 'alternative' either.

Being on EMI gained them support slots on a few headline tours with The Levellers and Skunk Anansie. A few more singles followed prior to the release of the LP 'Bombar Diddlah' CD/LP 7384), which helped gain a few more followers. A single was released in October '97 'Hostage In A Frock/Stubborn Feather', EMI pulled out the stops and put out limited green vinyl , bonus CD singles etc (R 6471), which helped the boys score a #68 entry onto the UK Chart.

A further single, again in various formats 'The Most Tiring Day/Sliphillclimb' was put out in early 1998, and followed up by the 2nd Album 'Subtitles' (CD/LP 859821). The promise created by the sales of the previous two singles did not continue and Cecil called it a day, with EMI deleting all their material shortly after.

Following 'Subtitles' the band reformed under the bandname Voy which was a lighter more commercial sounding outfit, and a few years later again resurfaced under the band name Fridge Mountain Fires.

In 2008 Cecil played a one off reunion gig.
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About Cecil

There are two artists called Cecil, the more popular one thesedays is Japanese, the other one is:

Cecil - Formed in Liverpool in 1993 by Ste Williams (vocals), Patrick Harrison (guitar), Ally Lambert (drums), Anthony Hughes (guitar), and Jay Bennet (bass). They took part in a Liverpool Echo sponsored(?) Battle Of The Bands. This brought them to the attention of EMI sub Parlophone Recs who released their 1st single 'No Excuses/Upside Down Smile' (R 6418) in October 1995. I never quite understood Cecil, couldn't work out what they wanted to be, or even where they saw themselves. They played competent hard rock that wasn't quite, but wasn't really 'alternative' either.

Being on EMI gained them support slots on a few headline tours with The Levellers and Skunk Anansie. A few more singles followed prior to the release of the LP 'Bombar Diddlah' CD/LP 7384), which helped gain a few more followers. A single was released in October '97 'Hostage In A Frock/Stubborn Feather', EMI pulled out the stops and put out limited green vinyl , bonus CD singles etc (R 6471), which helped the boys score a #68 entry onto the UK Chart.

A further single, again in various formats 'The Most Tiring Day/Sliphillclimb' was put out in early 1998, and followed up by the 2nd Album 'Subtitles' (CD/LP 859821). The promise created by the sales of the previous two singles did not continue and Cecil called it a day, with EMI deleting all their material shortly after.

Following 'Subtitles' the band reformed under the bandname Voy which was a lighter more commercial sounding outfit, and a few years later again resurfaced under the band name Fridge Mountain Fires.

In 2008 Cecil played a one off reunion gig.
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