- Principal Members
- Brian Eno
- Bryan Ferry
- Eddie Jobson
- Andy Mackay
- Phil Manzanera
- Paul Thompson
Roxy Music are an English art rock group founded in the early 1970s by art school graduate Bryan Ferry (vocals and keyboards). The band existed from 1971 through 1983, then reunited for a concert tour in 2001, and have announced that they will be recording a new album in 2005-2006 for a 2007 release.
The group's name was partly an homage to the titles of old cinemas and dance halls, and partly a pun on the word 'rock'...
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- 1971 Band forms
- 1972 Debut single 'Virginia Plain' reaches #4 in the UK singles charts
- 1972 Ziggy and Roxy at the Rainbow
- 1973 Eno leaves after the release of 'For Your Pleasure'
- 1976 Band opts for temporary retirement
- 1978 Band reunite and record 'Manifesto', Thompson then leaves
- 1982 'Avalon' released
- 2001 Original line-up (without Eno) reforms to celebrate their 30th anniversary
- 2006 Original line-up (with Eno) enter the studio
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Top 10 Tracks
These are the tracks that are most listened to by users of Last.FM.
- 1 More Than This played 676 times
- 2 Avalon played 424 times
- 3 Virginia Plain played 420 times
- 4 Love Is the Drug played 359 times
- 5 Do The Strand played 233 times
- 6 Street Life played 213 times
- 7 Angel Eyes played 189 times
- 8 Jealous Guy played 172 times
- 9 Ladytron played 168 times
- 10 Take a Chance With Me played 167 times
This chart is not created by the BBC and is only reflective of the listening habits of users of Last.FM.