Genre: New Age
|1||A Land Of Your Own|
|2||With You I Feel Like|
|3||Fifth Of May|
|4||I Won’t Let You Down|
|5||I Won't Let You Down|
|6||I Didn't Know|
|7||What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted?|
|8||Said And Done|
|9||We All Fall Down|
|10||Got To Believe|
|13||I Won't Let You Down (Toiletdisco vs. Antipop remix)|
Ph.D. is a British group that managed a UK Top 10 hit with "I Won't Let You Down" in April 1982, although the song had been a hit the previous year throughout Europe. The band took its name from the initial letters of its three members' surnames; Phillips, Hymas and Diamond.
Singer Jim Diamond formed the group with former Jeff Beck Group members Tony Hymas and Simon Phillips in the early 1980s. Their self-titled début album, originally released in 1981, spawned a hit with their ballad "I Won't Let You Down" which peaked at number three in the UK Singles Chart in 1982, and number five in Australia. Following the single's success the album was re-issued and finally entered the UK Albums Chart.
Their video for "Little Suzi's on the Up" was notable for being the fifth video shown on MTV's first broadcasting day, being 1 August 1981 in parts of the U.S. The song is about a young woman who will strive to be a winner no matter how much she gets put down. The music video for the song is quite comical and features fast motion at times.