|1||Baby Come Back|
|5||The Sins of Yesterday|
|6||You’re My Addiction|
|7||Too Many Reasons|
|8||To the Extreme|
|9||The Words You Say|
|10||Life in Color|
|11||A Part of Me|
|13||Nothin’ Like You|
|14||I Need That (Feat. Nico & Milky)|
|15||John D (Rockafeller) (Feat. Massive)|
|16||This Time I'm in It for Love|
|17||Man On Fire|
Player is an American rock band that made their mark during the late 1970s. The group scored a few US Hot 100 hits, three of which went into the Top 40; two of those single releases went Top 10, including the No. 1 hit "Baby Come Back", written by group members Peter Beckett and J.C. Crowley.
Player first came together in Los Angeles, California. The original members included Peter Beckett (lead vocals, guitar), John Charles "J.C." Crowley (vocals, keyboards, guitar), Ronn Moss (bass, vocals), and John Friesen (drums). Beckett, a transplanted Englishman, had been in a group called Skyband with Australian Steve Kipner (who had also played with the Australian band Tin Tin). After Skyband broke up in 1975, Beckett was in Los Angeles and met Crowley at a party.