Paul Heaton

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Also performs as: Biscuit Boy (a.k.a. Crackerman)

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Paul David Heaton (born 9 May 1962) is an English singer-songwriter.

Heaton was a member of The Housemartins, who had success with the singles "Happy Hour" and the number-one "Caravan of Love" in 1986 before disbanding in 1988. He then became a member of The Beautiful South, whose debut single and album was released in 1989 to commercial success and continued with a series of hits throughout the 1990s, including the number-one single "A Little Time". They disbanded in 2007. He subsequently pursued a solo career, which produced three albums, and in 2014 he released What Have We Become?, a well-received collaboration with former Beautiful South vocalist Jacqui Abbott.

British newspaper The Guardian has described Heaton as "one of our finest songwriters: his music reveals an exuberant ear for melody, his lyrics a keen eye and a brilliant wit". AllMusic said: "The warm, mellifluous voice of Paul Heaton often masks the jagged satirical content of his lyrics."

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Discography

Album

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
2001 Fat Chance Paul Heaton 2
2008 The Cross Eyed Rambler Paul Heaton 2
2010 Acid Country Paul Heaton 1
2012 Paul Heaton presents... The 8th Paul Heaton 2
2014 What Have We Become Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott 3

Single

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
2002 The Perfect Couple Paul Heaton 1
2008 Mermaids and Slaves Paul Heaton 1

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