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"One Last Song" is a song from the album "Make It Good", the third studio album released by British-Norwegian boyband A1. The album was released on 8 April 2002, leading on from the success of the lead single, "Caught in the Middle". The album was considered a change in style from their previous efforts, bringing a more adult sound, removing more of the electro-pop influenced tracks and replacing them with soft-rock tracks, laden with instruments and guitars. Show One Last Song piano sheet
A1 are an English-Norwegian pop group. They were originally made up of Christian Ingebrigtsen, Mark Read, and Ben Adams. Paul Marazzi, the oldest member took a break from the band in 2002. Their first single, "Be the First to Believe", entered the UK singles chart at #6 in mid-1999. They achieved success in the UK and other parts of the world in the late 1990s and early 2000s. In the UK charts, they scored two No.1s and eight top 10 hits. Adding to this, they also won a BRIT Award for "British Breakthrough Act" in 2001. They were managed by band manager Tim Byrne, who also formed Steps. A1 came to an end in 2002 when member Marazzi took a break and the band subsequently decided to split.
In December 2009, Ingebrigtsen, Read and Adams reformed A1, without Marazzi, for a series of concerts at the Christiania Theatre in Oslo. Since th... More piano sheets by A1
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