Menswear

Also known as Menswe@r
Members of Menswear: Chris Gentry, Johnny Dean (2), Matt Everitt, Simon White (3), Stuart Black
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Menswe@r

Discography of Menswear:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Daydreamer 3 Audio 1995-06-19
2 St@rdust 2 Audio 1995-09-18
3 Nuisance 13 Audio 1995 London Records
4 Stardust 4 Audio 1995-09-18
5 Being Brave 4 Audio 1996-03-11
6 Being Brave 4 Audio 1996-03-11
7 Nuisance 14 Audio 1995-10-09 Laurel
8 D@ydreamer 2 Audio 1995-06-19
9 Being Brave 2 Audio 1996-03-11
10 Sleeping In 4 Audio 1995
11 Nuisance 13 Audio 1995 London Records
12 D@ydreamer E.P. 5 Audio 1995 Laurel
13 ¡Hay Tiempo! 10 Audio 1998-10-14 Polydor
14 We Love You +2 9 Audio 1996-12-21 London Records
15 Daydreamer 2 Audio 1995
16 Daydreamer 4 Audio 1995-06-19
17 Daydreamer 3 Audio 1995 Laurel
18 I'll Manage Somehow 2 Audio 1995-04-03
19 We Love You 2 Audio 1996-08-26
20 I'll Manage Somehow 2 Audio 1995-04-03
21 Wired For Sound 17 Audio Good Mixer
22 Daydreamer 3 Audio 1995 London Records
23 Daydreamer 2 Audio 1995 Laurel
24 We Love You (Radio Edit) 3 Audio 1996 Laurel
25 Nuisance 12 Audio 1995-10-09 Laurel
26 Stardust/Daydreamer 2 Audio 1995-05-10 Laurel
27 I'll Manage Somehow 3 Audio 1995 Laurel
28 How The Devil @re You? / Studio Live Session 1995 4 Audio 1995
29 Menswear EP 4 Audio 1997 10th Planet Post Production Ltd.
30 Menswear 12 Audio 1997 10th Planet Post Production Ltd.
31 Being Brave 7 Audio 1996
32 Nuisance 15 Audio 1995-10-05 Laurel
33 Nuisance 11 Audio 1995 London Records
34 Mods And Ruck Us 15 Audio 1995
35 Crash '14 3 Audio 2014-06-02 Post/Pop Records
36 Crash '14 3 Audio 2014 Post/Pop Records
37 D@ydreamer 5 Audio 1995-08-09 Laurel


Menswear were a much-hyped mid-'90s Britpop group founded in 1994 in Camden Town, London and disbanded in 1998. They infamously received a great deal of press and record label interest before recording a single note.

Original Members: Johnny Dean - vocals, backing vocals, percussion; Simon White - electric guitar, backing vocals; Chris Gentry - electric and acoustic guitars; Stuart Black - bass, acoustic guitar; Matt Everitt - drums, percussion

The group's ballyhooed debut album "Nuisance" was released in 1995. The album yielded five singles ("I'll Manage Somehow", "Sleeping In", "Daydreamer", "Stardust", "Being Brave"), all with multiple b-sides. After one non-album single, "We Love You", was issued in 1996, the mostly-forgotten second album, "¡Hay Tiempo!", was released only in Japan in 1998.

In 2013, Johnny Dean reconvened the group with all new members and they released the single "Crash '14", a rerecording of an old Menswear song. The group continues to tour.


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