Roman Holliday was a 1980s British band. Its music style comprised a mixture of swing and pop. They are best known in the UK for their hit single, "Don't Try to Stop It", which reached number 14 in the UK Singles Chart in the summer of 1983. A follow-up, "Motormania", peaked at number 40. The band was established in November 1980 by Brian Bonhomme, Steve Lambert, Simon Cohen and Peter Noone (the latter who left shortly after the band's formation).
Roman Holliday changed all this. Brian Bonhomme started Roman Holliday in November 1980 with just 4 members (Brian, Steve Lambert, Simon Cohen and Peter Noone). Peter later left the band. Other members soon joined. The album that followed in the same year (Cookin' On The Roof) showed the range of vocals and instrumentals, from the fast tempo Stand By to the slower song Serious Situation. In the UK version of the album, the first 25,000 copies came with a giant poster of the band, with lyrics to the songs on the reverse. This poster graced my bedroom wall for many years and the album was almost wore out through playing it so much. The cassette version had the bonus tracks "Beat My Time" and "Round And Round" (See RECORDS for more details). In 1984 John Eacott and Rob Lambert left.
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