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-Easyworld were a British band who released three albums between [yearformed]2002[/yearformed] and [yearsplit]2004[/yearsplit]. They are best known for the songs "(You Make Me Wanna Drink) Bleach", "Junkies and Whores" and "Till The Day".+Easyworld were a British [tag]pop/rock[/tag] band who released three albums between [yearformed]2002[/yearformed] and [yearsplit]2004[/yearsplit]. They are best known for the songs [track artist=Easyworld]Bleach[/track], [track artist=Easyworld]Junkies and Whores[/track] and [track artist=Easyworld]Till The Day[/track].
-Each album was filled with catchy hooks and lyrics, particularly in their most well known single "Bleach", which, despite the negative full title (which was edited by their record label), was an upbeat pop song. The song is featured on both "Better Ways to Self Destruct" and "This Is Where I Stand". On their third and final album, "Kill The Last Romantic", the band swapped their guitars in favour of piano ballads, making the switch effortlessly. However not all fans found their more ballad based song writing to their tastes. Their earlier energy and faster punchy pop melodies were lost as Dav Ford broadened his song writing.+Hailing from [placeformed]Eastbourne[/placeformed], the band consisted of [bandmember]David Ford[/bandmember] on vocals/guitar, [bandmember]Jo Taylor[/bandmember] on bass and [bandmember]Glenn Hooper[/bandmember] on drums. The band achieved limited success in the early 2000s, releasing 3 albums in total; [album artist=Easyworld]Better Ways To Self Destruct[/album], [album artist=Easyworld]This Is Where I Stand[/album] and [album artist=Easyworld]Kill The Last Romantic[/album] on [label]Fierce Panda Records[/label] and [label]Jive Records[/label] before parting ways in August 2004.
-The pain, heartache and just general human feelings can be felt in every lyric, every note and every emotion fuelled vocal making it an ideal album to bow out on.+Lead singer [artist]David Ford[/artist] has since released three solo albums, [album artist=David Ford]I Sincerely Apologise For All The Trouble I've Caused[/album], [album artist=David Ford]Songs For The Road[/album] and [album artist=Easyworld]Let The Hard Times Roll[/album].
-The band left on a high rather than fading away.+
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-Lead singer David Ford has since released two solo albums, "I Sincerely Apologise For All The Trouble I've Caused" and "Songs For The Road".+

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Easyworld were a British pop/rock band who released three albums between 2002 and 2004. They are best known for the songs Bleach, Junkies and Whores and Till The Day. Hailing from Eastbourne, the band consisted of David Ford on vocals/guitar, Jo Taylor on bass and Glenn Hooper on drums. The band achieved limited success in the early 2000s, releasing 3 albums in total; Better Ways To Self Destruct, This Is Where I Stand and Kill The Last Romantic on Fierce Panda Records and Jive Records before parting ways in August 2004. Lead singer David Ford has since released three solo albums, I Sincerely Apologise For All The Trouble I've Caused, Songs for the Road and Let The Hard Times Roll.