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The Outfield was an -influenced British / based in the East End of London, England. Its members were bassist/singer Tony Lewis, guitarist/keyboardist and songwriter John Spinks, and drummer Alan Jackman. Originally known as the 'Baseball Boys' before singing with Columbia/CBS Records in 1984, the guys were unusual for a British band in that they enjoyed commercial success in the U.S. with hits such as "All of the… read more

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  • Avatar for Schnedlit
    John Spinks, you're dearly missed!!!
  • Avatar for whitecoatsx
    pure 80's [2]
  • Avatar for nitecruzn
    pure 80's
  • Avatar for Element_X
    wait hang on, why is your love so popular?
  • Avatar for promisedeyes
    Spinks was such a great musician, and he'll live on in our hearts.
  • Avatar for foreigner97
    Rest in peace, John...
  • Avatar for stevienice
    RIP John Spinks
  • Avatar for Amrabart
    I fucking love these guys
  • Avatar for Nils_1989
    I just discovered them weeks ago..and by mistake! Can't believe it! what a great underrated band!! every song sounds like endless summer love! I wished I lived thru that songs when they were out. but it's never too late:-]
  • Avatar for yuri_s_a_n
    found the outfield thanks to my neighbour's radio, one of few good bands that play in the oldies radio...this one deserved way more plays, if "Your Love" is gold, their other songs come close by

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