A unique supergroup of sorts, Bad English was more of a merging ot two groups.
Following the demise of the monstrously popular Journey, keyboardist Jonathan Cain proposed the idea to guitarist Neal Schon of a reunion with his past Babys bandmates John Waite and Ricky Phillips. The new group would focus on what made both groups such hits with fans: melody and hooks combined with great songwriting and great musicianship. The four recruited former Cacophony drummer Deen Castronovo and set about making a great debut album.
The self-titled album contained three Top 40 hits, two of which were also Top 10 hits, including the #1 smash "When I See You Smile".