|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|3||Nature Of Love||3||Audio||1988||Polydor|
|10||Nature Of Love||3||Audio||1988||Polydor|
|14||Nature Of Love||2||Audio||1988|
|20||Nature Of Love||4||Audio||1988||Polydor|
|22||Songs From The Forthcoming Waterfront Album||4||Audio||1988||Polydor|
|26||Nature Of Love||2||Audio||1988||Polydor|
|28||Nature Of Love||2||Audio||1989||Polydor|
|32||Nature Of Love||2||Audio||1988||Polydor|
|33||Ghosts Of The Good||12||Audio||2011-08-26||Chordamundo Records|
|34||Songs From The Forthcoming Album: Waterfront||4||Audio||1988||Polydor|
|40||Nature Of Love||2||Audio||1988|
Waterfront are a British pop duo, formed in the 1980s comprising of Phil Cilia (full name Philip Laurence Cilia) and Chris Duffy (full name Christopher James Duffy) who emerged from the ashes of local Cardiff band `The Official Secrets`.
In 1987 Waterfront were signed directly to EMI/SBK Productions by Charles Koppelman and Marty Bandier. The band went on to achieve chart success on both sides of the Atlantic. They operated in a similar musical style as This Way Up and Climie Fisher. The band were signed to Polydor Records, and were best known for their 1989 UK #17 hit single (and U.S. #10 hit), "Cry". Waterfront followed up "Cry" in the U.S. with another single -- "Nature Of Love", which hit #70 on the Billboard Hot 100.
They released their debut album "Waterfront" in 1989 with eventual sales reaching in excess of 600,000 worldwide. They are the first Welsh duo to achieve top 10 single status in the USA and were named BMI Songwriters of the year (1990).
"Cry" was awarded one of the most 'Played Single on US Radio' at the BMI 50th Anniversary Celebrations in Los Angeles - "Cry" is now approaching one million plays on radio – resulting in membership to the BMI’s 'Million-Air' club.
In 1992, Chris Duffy released a solo album and single, also on Polydor Records, both entitled "All The Time In The World". The album contained three tracks co-written with Phil Cilia.
In May 2000, Duffy and Cilia reunited as Waterfront at the Kashmir Klub/BMI Showcase in London, England, a concert that was broadcast on the internet. Featuring a more sophisticated and lush sound, the group performed tracks like "Valentine's Day," "Cowboy Dreaming," and "Kingdom Comes."
In 2007, the reunited Waterfront secured single of the week for a two week period on the O2 / Napster mobile download portal – with a new acoustic alt. country track "Valentine’s Day".
In 2009, the band started recording new songs for the long awaited second album. According to a press statement - "The new material takes Waterfront in a completely new adult contemporary direction - allowing Phil and Chris to draw on their alt. Country influences (Ryan Adams, Keith Urban, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, Lucinda Williams, Counting Crows and the Wallflowers)."
The second album 'Ghosts Of The Good' was released in November 2011.