Damage is a British R&B group that formed in the mid 1990s. The quintet was comprised of Andrez Harriott, Jade Jones, Coree Richards, Rahsaan J Bromfield and Noel Simpson and formed while the group was in school.
The group Damage first caught the eye of Jazz Summers at Big Life Records when they sent him a cover of Jackson Five's "Anything" in 1995. The track impressed Summers and he helped the grup release their debut album, Forever, in 1997. The group did well on the UK charts with "Love II Love" reaching #12 and "Forever" reaching #6. The group scored two more top ten hits off their debut album with "Love Guaranteed" which reached #7, and a cover of Eric Clapton's "Wonderful Tonight" which reached #3.
Big Life collapsed after the group's debut, but Jones remained in the spotlight due to his relationship with Emma Bunton of the Spice Girls. Damage then got a new deal in 2001 with Cooltemp Records where they released the album Since You've Been Gone. The album scored several additional hits on the UK charts, with "Rumours" reaching #22, "Still Be Lovin You" which reached #11 and "So What If I" which reached #12.
Today, Andrez Harriott and Jade Jones are in the band CherryBlackStone which performs on a comedy show "Bo in da USA."
As random trivia, Jade Jones of Damage participated in the television show The Games in 2006 and won first amongst the male contestants.