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The group was founded by Steve Nichol after he left the London Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Nichol went on to tour with The Jam in 1982 as a trumpet, trombone and keyboard player. They achieved their first success with "Hangin' on a String (Contemplating)" in 1985, which reached No. 13 in the UK chart. "Hangin' on a String" also reached No. 1 on the US Billboard R&B chart, making Loose Ends the first black British band ever to top that chart. They reached No. 16 with the single "Magic Touch" in the same year. The disc was produced in the US, as was their 1986 hit "Slow Down" (later used as the theme music for MuchMusic's Soul in The City program). At this time, they also arranged and played on a number of tracks from Five Star's debut album including the single "Let Me Be The One" which reached number two in the same listings later in 1986. Subsequent falling sales saw the threesome notch up their final transatlantic hit in 1988 with "Watching You (Watching Me)."
The group's line-up changed in 1990 due to differences in its proposed musical direction, with Eugene and Nichol wanting to maintain the group's sound and McIntosh wanting to be more experimental. Eugene and Nichol decided to leave, and were replaced by Linda Carriere and Sunay Suleyman. Look How Long turned out to be the final studio album released under the Loose Ends name, and featured their final hit single, "Don't Be A Fool" (1990). McIntosh himself went on to work behind the recording desk following the group's peak popularity, but the new trio soon disbanded. He has since produced several artists' work, most notably that of Caron Wheeler, Ruth Joy and Kwesi.
In 1998, the group reunited to appear on a single by Pete Rock called "Take Your Time". They also appeared in the music video for the track.
"Hangin' on a String (Contemplating)" is featured in the popular video game Grand Theft Auto IV's fictional Soul/R&B radio station The Vibe 98.8. Loose Ends continues to perform as 'Loose Ends' since the 1990 album Look How Long which was produced, composed and written by Carl McIntosh which came out on Virgin Records. Past members, Eugene and Nichol were replaced with new members, including vocalists Sunay Suleyman and Linda Carrière. Carl McIntosh, the original and sole copyright owner of the name, continues to perform under the name 'Loose Ends'.
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