"The Escape Club" was an English rock band formed in 1983. The band was made of lead singer Trevor Steel, guitarist John Holliday, bassist Johnnie Christo and drummer Milan Zekavica.
In 1986, they signed with EMI and recorded ''White Fields'', issued in 1987.
Later in 1987, the group moved to Atlantic Records for their next album, ''Wild Wild West'', issued in summer 1988. The first single, "Wild Wild West", climbed to No. 1 on the Billboard charts of the year; its distinctive video received a lot of MTV airplay.
In 1989, they released 2 top singles from ''Wild Wild West''; "Shake For The Sheik", which climbed to No. 28, and "Walking Through Walls", which climbed to No. 81. Hitting their stride, The Escape Club had a cover single of The Doors' "20th Century Fox" on the ''The Wonder Years Soundtrack'', which also recieved long airplay on MTV. The bands' official website reports that the song was produced by Ray Manzarek.
In 1990, the band returned to the studio to record their last recording, ''Dollars & Sex'', issued in March 1991. This featured the #8 single "I'll Be There." They disbanded in 1992.