McFly: As They Were... When Their Album ‘Room On The 3rd Floor' Topped Charts And Broke Records (PICS)

11/07/2014 00:05 BST | Updated 11/07/2014 00:59 BST
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LONDON - JULY 12: McFly arriveS at the UK film premiere of 'Spider-Man 2' at the Odeon Leicester Square on July 12, 2004 in London. (Photo by Steve Finn/Getty Images)

It’s officially ten years - yup, really - since McFly broke records when their debut album ‘Room On The 3rd Floor’ stormed straight to the chart.

By hitting the top spot, Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones, Dougie Poynter and Harry Judd became the youngest band to ever see their debut go straight to number one, breaking a record previously set by The Beatles.

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McFly in 2004

With their rocker style and cheeky good looks, McFly soon became fan favourites and even starred in 2006 movie ‘Just My Luck’, alongside Lindsay Lohan.

To date, the group have sold over 7 million records worldwide, and recently joined forces with their pals Matt Willis and James Bourne to form McBusted.

In the ten years since their debut album, it’s fair to say McFly have changed more than a little bit.

While they’re still just as cheeky, the lads have grown up, got married and even had kids of their own.

Take a look back at how they were when they first stormed the charts…

McFly: As They Were...