The group are best known for their 1994 UK number one hit Things Can Only Get Better and for achieving more than eight top forty singles and releasing two albums to which both made the UK top five.
By 1994 the band had received nominations at the MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Dance Act along with Best Single at the 1995 BRIT Awards. This followed the release of Things Can Only Get Better and U R The Best Thing in 1993 which gave the band their first two chart successes.
Following the release of their first album D:Ream on Volume 1 the band rose to international fame with the track Things Can Only Get Better and became very high in demand artists within the UK. Things Can Only Get Better’s popularity only grew the longer it was out and subsequently reached the number one spot after D:Ream supported Take That on their tour.
While on tour the bands core members consisted of vocalist and songwriter Peter Cunnah, Al Mackenzie and saxophonist Cian McCarthy however other performers included Brian Cox for several years and drummer Mark Roberts. Often the group would use guest vocalists including T.J Davis who featured on The Power amongst other songs.
Their huge following was ecstatic to hear the group had reformed in 2008 following an accidental meeting by Cunnah and Mackenzie this then led to the release of a new album in 2011 which they recorded on their own music label User Records.