Damage emerged onto the British music scene in 1997 With their debut albumForever and quickly became recognised following hits such as Love 2 Love, Love Guaranteed, Forever and a cover of Eric Clapton’s Wonderful Tonight. The album topped charts in Europe, Asia and Australia followed by extensive touring whilst breaking critical boundaries such as being the first band of colour to appear on the front cover of Smash Hits magazine. Following a well earned break and their drive to never become complacent, Damage re-emerged in 2001 with confidence, grown up and assured of their abilities. Signed to EMI records they released their sophomore album Since You’ve Been Gone. The lead single penned by American soul singer Joe and produced by Tim and Bob (Thong Song, Sisqo) entitled Ghetto Romance hit the charts, clubs and radio with a bang. The album also produced the hits, Still Be Loving You, So What If I and Earth Wind and Fire’s After The Love Has Gone. Jade, Noel, Andrez & Rahsaan, AKA Damage, featured on ITV’s smash TV program the “Big Reunion”.