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-The Seahorses were a British rock band, formed in [yearformed]1996[/yearformed] by guitarist [bandmember from=1996 to=1999][artist]John Squire[/artist][/bandmember], following his departure from [artist]The Stone Roses[/artist], together with [bandmember from=1996 to=1999][artist]Chris Helme[/artist][/bandmember] (vocals and guitar), [bandmember from=1996 to=1999][artist]Stuart Fletcher[/artist][/bandmember] (bass), and [bandmember from=1996 to=1999][artist]Andy Watts[/artist][/bandmember] (drums).+The Seahorses were a British rock band, formed in Wigan in [yearformed]1996[/yearformed] by guitarist [bandmember from=1996 to=1999][artist]John Squire[/artist][/bandmember], following his departure from [artist]The Stone Roses[/artist], together with [bandmember from=1996 to=1999][artist]Chris Helme[/artist][/bandmember] (vocals and guitar), [bandmember from=1996 to=1999][artist]Stuart Fletcher[/artist][/bandmember] (bass), and [bandmember from=1996 to=1999][artist]Andy Watts[/artist][/bandmember] (drums).
The band released one album, [i]Do It Yourself[/i], in 1997 and began work on a follow up (with Mark Heany replacing Watts as drummer), before splitting up due to musical differences during recording sessions in January [yearsplit]1999[/yearsplit]. The second album was never officially released, although it later surfaced as a bootleg. The band released one album, [i]Do It Yourself[/i], in 1997 and began work on a follow up (with Mark Heany replacing Watts as drummer), before splitting up due to musical differences during recording sessions in January [yearsplit]1999[/yearsplit]. The second album was never officially released, although it later surfaced as a bootleg.
Squire went on to release two solo albums: [i]Time Changes Everything[/i] (2002) and [i]Marshall's House[/i] (2004) . Helme, meanwhile, went on to form [artist]The Yards[/artist], along with Fletcher, who also joined [artist]Rick Witter and the Dukes[/artist] with the former [artist]Shed Seven[/artist] frontman in 2005. Squire went on to release two solo albums: [i]Time Changes Everything[/i] (2002) and [i]Marshall's House[/i] (2004) . Helme, meanwhile, went on to form [artist]The Yards[/artist], along with Fletcher, who also joined [artist]Rick Witter and the Dukes[/artist] with the former [artist]Shed Seven[/artist] frontman in 2005.

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The Seahorses were a British rock band, formed in Wigan in 1996 by guitarist John Squire, following his departure from The Stone Roses, together with Chris Helme (vocals and guitar), Stuart Fletcher (bass), and Andy Watts (drums). The band released one album, Do It Yourself, in 1997 and began work on a follow up (with Mark Heany replacing Watts as drummer), before splitting up due to musical differences during recording sessions in January 1999. The second album was never officially released, although it later surfaced as a bootleg. Squire went on to release two solo albums: Time Changes Everything (2002) and Marshall's House (2004) . Helme, meanwhile, went on to form The Yards, along with Fletcher, who also joined Rick Witter And The Dukes with the former Shed Seven frontman in 2005.