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Century are a French rock band formed in Marseille in 1985. Led by singer and composer Jean-Louis Milford, Century are probably best known for their single "Lover Why" from the album ...And Soul It Goes in 1986. In Brazil, the tracks "Gone with the Winner" was the theme for the show Hipertensão, and "Lover Why" was the theme for the soap opera Ti Ti Ti, both in 1986, on Rede Globo TV.Their hit "Lover Why" peaked at #1 (x7) in France and Portugal and #11 in Switzerland. Their second single, "Jane" reached only #35 in France.The band was composed of Jean-Louis Milford (keyboards), Éric Traissard (guitar), Laurent Cokelaere (bass), Christian Portes (drums) and a second guitarist, Jean-Dominique Sallaberry. The lyrics of early successes of the group were all written by Paul Ives. The band split in 1989. However, Jean-Louis Milford teamed up with lyricist Francis Nugent Dixon, and since 1989, they have worked together. After several unsuccessful albums, they produced a double CD in 2004 (Timeless).After nearly two years of development, working with Walter Clissen in Los Angeles, they are now trying to enter the American market with a musical Comedy "Seven Stars In Paradise" (2011-2012)Read more about Century