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Natalie Jane Imbruglia (born February 4, 1975) is an Australian singer and actress. The second of the four daughters of an Italian father and an Australian mother, Natalie grew up on the Central Coast, north of Sydney. Like Jason Donovan and Kylie Minogue, she also played a role in the soap Neighbours before venturing into a singing career.
Her first single, "Torn" (1997), reached number 2 in the British charts, and her album Left of the Middle became a million seller. The follow up came in 2001 with the album White Lilies Island. In a 1999 cooperation with singer Tom Jones, she appeared on a track of his album Reload.
Imbruglia returned to acting in 2002 with a supporting role in British spy spoof Johnny English, playing alongside Rowan Atkinson. She married her long-time boyfriend Daniel Johns, lead singer of Silverchair, on December 31, 2003.
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She married her long-time boyfriend Daniel Johns, lead singer
of Silverchair, on December
31, 2003. Two lovers kissing amongst the scream of midnight,
Her first single, "Torn" (1997), reached number 2 in the British charts, and her album Left of the Middle became a million seller. Weller formed the Style Council with ex-Merton Parkas keyboard player Mick Talbot and developed a softer, jazzier sound, though lyrically he remained politically motivated. Like Jason Donovan and Kylie Minogue, she also played a role in the soap Neighbours before venturing into a singing career. Both went on to write autobiographies that severely criticized Weller, and the band have never reformed, with Weller always claiming that they were never friends who socialised, even at the band's height, but merely colleagues who worked together. The second of the four daughters of an Italian father and an Australian mother, Natalie grew up on the Central Coast, north of Sydney. Rick Buckler played with Time UK and Bruce Foxton released a solo effort, Touch Sensitive. Natalie Jane Imbruglia (born February 4, 1975) is an Australian singer and actress. The band's sixteen singles were consequently re-released at the beginning of 1983, and all sixteen re-charted simultaneously.
"Cold Air" on Y Tu Mama Tambien (And Your Mother Too) O.S.T. (2001). Paul Weller broke up the group at the height of their popularity at the end of 1982 as they celebrated a final #1 single with "Beat Surrender". "Identify" on Stigmata O.S.T (1999). While recording the follow-up, Weller had a nervous breakdown; he quit drinking. The Gift (1982) was another successful album, reaching #1 in the UK, and showing the band moving towards an exploration of American soul and R&B. "Never Tear Us Apart" with Tom Jones on Reload (1999). Sound Affects, the Jam's fifth album, was a major success, as was the single "Start", which reached #1 in the UK singles chart. "Troubled by the Way We Came Together" on Go O.S.T. (1999). The following March, Going Underground/Dreams of Children, became their first #1 UK single when it entered the chart at the top spot, the first record to do so for seven years.
"Shiver" (21/03/2005). The album spawned the band's first UK top ten hit, The Eton Rifles, which rose to #3 in November 1979. "Beauty On The Fire" (22/07/2002). The album was a major success in the UK, as was Setting Sons (1979), which also charted in the US, a first for the band (it reached #137 in 1980). "Wrong Impression" (11/03/2002). All Mod Cons (1979) is usually considered the band's opus magnum, as well as the first album with truly great songwriting from Paul Weller occasionally eliciting comparison with The Kinks' Ray Davies. "That Day" (29/10/2001). The Jam was unable to gain a significant audience in the US, though they were rapidly becoming superstars in their homeland, especially after performing at the Reading Festival in 1978.
"Smoke" (16/11/1998). In 1978, the band left for another American tour, opening for Blue Öyster Cult. "Big Mistake" (17/04/98). Weller was charged with assault, though he would eventually be acquitted. "Wishing I Was There" (23/02/98). The next tour, in Britain, ended when the band brawled with some rugby players in Leeds. "Torn" (27/10/97). The tour was a disaster.
Counting Down The Days (2005). After another successful single, "All Around the World", the Jam toured the country and recorded This is the Modern World (1977); the titular track was a minor hit and the band left to tour the United States. White Lilies Island (2001). The sound was early punk and pub rock with strong mod influences, with Weller compositions and R&B covers. Left of the Middle (1997). This was followed by the band's debut album, In the City. In 1977, the Jam signed a contract with Polydor Records and released "In the City", a moderate hit.
He was not replaced, leaving the band as a trio. After forming the Jam in 1975 and 1976, Brookes left the band, which soon began playing in and around London. The band originally consisted of bassist Bruce Foxton, guitarist Steve Brookes, drummer Rick Buckler, and guitarist and vocalist Paul Weller. The Jam was an early British punk band primarily active in the late 1970s.