Originally released on Polydor Records in October 1995, All Change reached No 7
in the UK charts, and spawned four Top 20 singles.
Cast were formed in 1992 and were something of a scouse supergroup, with
leader, guitarist John Power previously bassist in The La's and bassist Peter
Wilkinson coming from Shack. Originally a loose conglomerate with various
members, Power added guitarist Liam 'Skin' Tyson and drummer Keith O' Neill,
and by 1994 Cast were signed to Polydor.
Led by singles Finetime and Alright, Cast's blend of ultra- melodic Merseybeat
Britpop proved that they were the right band at the right time. All Change became
a runaway success, selling over a million and becoming the fastest-selling debut
album in Polydor's history, bolstered by further singles Sandstorm and Walkaway.
The catchy, upbeat album closed with the eight- minute epic Two Of A Kind,
showing that the band had sufcient skills to take on any Britpop heavyweight.
Tell It Like It Is
Back Of My Mind
Two Of A Kind