Rob Fisher ( born November 5, 1959 † 25 August 1999), was a British pop musician, keyboardist and songwriter from Bath, the chart success as a member of the band Naked Eyes, and later Climie Fisher won. Fisher attended Lord Wandsworth College in Hampshire, where he was a member of the band Circus.
Rob Fisher, starting with the short existing New Romantic duo Naked Eyes with singer Pete Byrne, was one of the key figures of the early synth pop.
The two greatest achievements of Naked Eyes were the interpretations of Burt Bacharach song ( There's ) Always Something There to Remind Me, and the self- penned title Promises, Promises. Despite the success of their next album, the duo decided mid-1980s to dissolve.
In the fall of 1987, Fisher appeared as one half of pop duo Climie Fisher, along with singer-songwriter Simon Climie again. Together, they reached with Love Changes ( Everything) Place 2 and Rise to the Occasion the number 10 in the British rankings.
While Climie after the breakup of the duo, inter alia, as a producer was more successful, Rob Fisher seemed to disappear from the scene. He died on 25 August 1999 at the age of 39 years to cancer.
- ( There's ) Always Something There to Remind Me (1983 ) # 8 U.S., # 59 UK
- Promises, Promises (1983 ) # 11 U.S., # 95 UK
- When the Lights Go Out ( 1983) # 37 U.S.
- (What ) In the Name of Love (1984 ) # 39 U.S.
- Love Changes ( Everything) - 1987 - # 67 UK
- Keeping the Mystery Alive - 1987 - #?
- Rise to the Occasion - 1987 - # 10 UK
- Love Changes ( Everything) - 1988 - # 2 UK
- This Is Me - 1988 - # 22 UK
- I Will not Bleed For You - 1988 - # 35 UK
- Love Like a River - 1988 - # 22 UK
- Facts of Love - 1989 - # 50 UK
- Fire on the Ocean - 1989 - # 89 UK
- It's Not Supposed to be That Way - 1990 - # 77 UK