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Charlie - 1976 Fantasy Girls
The trademark Charlie sound found here would continue right throughout their recording career, despite the numerous line-up changes over the years.

Charlie - 1977 No Second Chance
1977 was a pretty decent year for hard rock. Whether it be British or American based, there was usually an act/artist that delivered the goods from either side of the pond. However, I don't think the band Charlie could be counted in that list just yet.

Charlie - 1978 Lines
Charlie's third album 'Lines' was something of a breakthrough in the American market with the minor hit 'She Loves To Be In Love'. Despite their hard work, the previous album 'No Second Chance' failed to chart in a big way. 'Lines' changed all that and thirty years later the album still holds up as one of Charlie's best.

Charlie - 1979 Fight Dirty
'Lines' put Charlie in a good position for rock dominance with solid tour and radio support across the U.S., but what the heck happened? Simply put 'Fight Dirty' was a mess of an album, and when the disco beats kick in and you have to wonder if this is even the same band..

Charlie - 1981 Good Morning America
A English band steeped in the tradition of classic rock. Unusual though, that Charlie were trying to adopt an American sound at the time, fusing bits of Supertramp and the Doobie Brothers together.

Charlie - 1982 Here Comes Trouble
This is the Charlie album which set the 'cat among the pigeons' so to speak. Though released in 1982, it was a token gesture by UK label Polydor, who really should be hauled through the coals upon this release of this 3 'years too late' LP.

Charlie - 1983 Charlie
The music on 'Charlie' was even smoother than that on 'Good Morning America' and 'Here Comes Trouble'. The band even found themselves on MTV courtesy of the moderately hit single 'It's Inevitable'.

Charlie - 1986 In Pursuit Of Romance
This album 'In Pursuit Of Romance', released in 1986 was Charlie's last album, and is quite hard to find now. By this time, they were reduced to a duo, and trying to back up on the critically acclaimed self titled album three years prior. Terry Thomas the mainstay throughout, recruited good friend Felix Krish to assist.

Charlie - 2009 Kitchens Of Distinction
Is Terry Thomas annoyed at the world? You would think so by listening to and immersing yourself in the latest Charlie CD.. Though by all accounts, should this have been a Terry Thomas solo album? Hmm..

Charlie - 2015 Elysium
I was surprised as much as anyone to see a new album from Terry Thomas and Charlie. It kinda came from left-field toward the end of 2015