Special Sub-Topic: A1: Not Just a Steak Sauce
|In the summer of 1999, who did A1 support in concert in the UK?|
Steps. This was the first support tour A1 performed with. Through this, Steps became mentors for the new band A1.
|What number album was "Caught In The Middle"?|
None. None! It was their first single released off of their third album, "Make it Good"!
|When was "Be the First to Believe" released in the UK?|
21st of June 1999. This was A1's first single; it's featured on the album "Here we Come". It debuted at number 6 in the UK charts.
|What was the title of A1's second single?|
Summer Time Of Our Lives. "Summer Time Of Our Lives" was released on the 30th of August 1999. It reached number 5 in the UK single charts.
|What was the name of A1's first tour in the UK?|
A1 UK 2K tour. The tour kicked off in October 2000. The tour only reached UK shores, and is the one and only tour A1 has done to date.
|How old was Ben when he wrote "Like a Rose"?|
16. Ben was just sweet 16 when he wrote "Like a Rose". This single was released as a single in time for Valentine's Day. It reached number 6 in the UK charts and was the fourth track taken from their first album, "Here We Come".
|Which two members of the band A1 usually play instruments when they perform live?|
Mark and Christian. Mark plays the keyboards and Christian the guitar. On all albums, both play their respective instruments. On the album "Make it Good", for certain tracks Mark plays guitar and Christian plays the keyboard.
|How many times did "The A List" go platinum in the UK?|
2 times. Christian, although born in Norway, lived and attended school in the US. He later moved to Liverpool to study music. Through this he became a member of A1.
|What was the title of A1's second number one single in the UK?|
Same Old Brand New You. The band's first number one UK hit was the A-Ha cover "Take On Me". "Same old brand new" was their second number one hit, released November 4th, 2000. Both tracks are off of the album "The A List".
|What was the last single A1 released in the UK in 2002?|
Make It Good. Unfortunately, this single only reached number 11 on the UK charts.
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