Aqua was a Scandinavian pop group, best-known for their 1997 breakthrough single " Barbie Girl". The group formed in 1994, and achieved huge success across the globe in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Although often criticised by the media, the group managed to top the United Kingdom singles chart with their first three singles, a feat few artists have achieved. The group released two albums, Aquarium in 1997 and Aquarius in 2000, before finally splitting up in July 2001. The group sold an estimated 28 million albums and singles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aqua (band)"
Autour de Lucie is a French pop band, consisting of vocalist Valérie Leulliot, guitarist Olivier Durand and bassist Fabrice Dumont. ...more on Wikipedia about "Autour de Lucie"
B2Krazy were a dance pop act from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The act consist of two young instrumentalists, Zael and Brett (both born in 1985), rapper Revren (born in 1978), female lead singer Geneviève Marchesseau (born in 1975) and spiritual advisor Yahoo. ...more on Wikipedia about "B2Krazy"
Brother Beyond was a British pop group that saw some mainstream success in the late 1980s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brother Beyond"
Dream was an American pop girl group famous for such hits as "He Loves U Not" and "This is Me." The quartet was originally formed in October 1998 by talent scout Judith Fontaine, who selected Holly Blake Arnstein, Melissa Schuman, Ashley Poole, and Alex Chester, four teens from California, to comprise this new girl group. The original name of the group was First Warning but later changed to Dream. More changes were in store: Chester was replaced by Arnstein's best friend, Diana Ortiz, and the girls left Fontaine and were then signed by Sean "Puffy" Combs (now known as Diddy) to his Bad Boy Records label. Fontaine later sued Sean Combs and Arnstein, Schuman, and Poole, but lost her case in court. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dream (band)"
Dunno are a pop-rock band from Barcelona, Spain. The quartet's sound is a whirlwind mixture of 60's, 70's and 2000's pop. Their debut EP release is titled I want to feel fine. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dunno"
Eden's Crush was a girl group created on the American television series Popstars which aired on the WB Network in early 2001. ...more on Wikipedia about "Eden's Crush" Be happy with shortopedia
Huckapoo is a pop girl group. Its five members each portrays a character from a different social group typically found on any high school campus. Angel Sparks, a biker, is played by Brittney Segal; Twiggy Stardom, a preppy cheerleader, by Brittany Lahm; Groovy Tuesday, a hippie, by Jordan Price; P.J. Bardot, a hip-hop princess, by Brooke Mori; and Joey Thunders, a punk, by Lindsay Nyman. ...more on Wikipedia about "Huckapoo"
Impossible Recording Machine (IRM for short) is an American experimental pop band formed by Jim Dinou (vocals, piano, keyboards, guitar) and Matt Walker (vocals, guitar, bass, drums, programming). The duo had been working on and off together for nearly a decade before they were finally free from their earlier endaveours ( Exo for Jim; Filter and The Smashing Pumpkins for Matt) to finally join forces and release their own music. ...more on Wikipedia about "Impossible Recording Machine"
Kelly Family is a band started by Barbara Ann Kelly, her husband Daniel Jerome Kelly and their children. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kelly Family"
La Quinta Estación (in Spanish "The Fifth Station") is a band composed of three musicians from Madrid, Spain: Natalia Jiménez ( lead singer and harmonica), Ángel Reyero ( guitar) and Pablo Domínguez (guitar and bass). This band originated in Madrid with six members but the remaining three relocated to Mexico in 2001 after recording their first album Primera toma ("Take #1"). ...more on Wikipedia about "La Quinta Estación"
Lyte Funky Ones (LFO) is a three-man pop group consisting of Rich Cronin, Devin Lima (real name "Harold Dima"), and Brad Fischetti. Prior to Devin Lima joining the group in 1999, the 3rd member was "Brizz", who was with the group from its start in 1997. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lyte Funky Ones"
Made In Mexico are a pop music / indie rock band from Christchurch, New Zealand. ...more on Wikipedia about "Made In Mexico (band)"
Moxy Früvous was a folk-pop/geek-rock socially conscious, politically satirical band (1990-ca.2002) from Toronto, Ontario. Canada and the human experience are a common theme in Früvous songs. ...more on Wikipedia about "Moxy Früvous" Visit again http://www.shortopedia.com
No Mercy is a pop and dance music trio consisting of brothers Ariel and Gabriel Hernandez from Miami, Florida and Marty Cintron from New York. In 1996 they scored two Hot 100 Top 40 hits, including "Where Do You Go," which hit #5. The follow-up "Please Don't Go" climbed to #21. Although they have not had further success on the pop chart, their remake of the band Exile's #1 song from 1978 "Kiss You All Over" became a #1 hit on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in 1998. ...more on Wikipedia about "No Mercy (band)"
No Name is a six-piece Montenegrin boyband. The group made its debut in 2005 with the song "Zauvjek Moja" (Forever Mine), representing Serbia and Montenegro at the 2005 Eurovision Song Contest after winning the national pre-qualifiers. The group finished 7th in the contest with a total of 137 points. ...more on Wikipedia about "No Name (band)"
No Secrets was a girl band from the United States comprised of five members: Angel Faith, Carly Lewis, Erin Tanner, Jessica Fried and Jade Ryusaki, No Secrets debuted in the United States in 2002 with their single Kids in America, which was featured on the Jimmy Neutron movie soundtrack. Their music video for the track Kids in America is included at the end of the Jimmy Neutron movie VHS. ...more on Wikipedia about "No Secrets"
Nu Shooz is a dance music group fronted by husband and wife duo John Smith and Valerie Day. They are based out of Portland, Oregon. In 1986 they scored two major pop/ R&B/dance hits: "I Can't Wait," which climbed to #3 on the Hot 100 and #1 on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart. Its follow-up, "Point Of No Return," also topped the dance chart and hit #28 on the Hot 100. Their final pop chart entry was "Should I Say Yes?" which hit #41, but they had two more dance hits, one of which, "Are You Lookin' For Somebody Nu," topped out at #2 in 1988. ...more on Wikipedia about "Nu Shooz"
One to One was a Canadian pop music group in the 1980s. ...more on Wikipedia about "One to One"
Oppera is the name of a band fronted by pop singer Martika and musician Michael Mozart. Martika, for whom major success came about primarily between 1988 and 1991, has long maintained a devoted base of fans despite being out of the public eye. Around 2000 she developed a web presence and released tracks exclusively online. In 2003 Oppera was formed along with a high-concept website called "Aria 51", presided over by an animated character named General Mayhem (All of the promotional endeavours associated with the band are named with puns relating to the world of music). ...more on Wikipedia about "Oppera"
Overground, a boy group from Germany, is the result of the third season of the international television sensation Popstars - The Duel, a precursor to the Idol shows. ...more on Wikipedia about "Overground"
Play was a popular Swedish pop band that made its debut on the music scene in 2001. Five young women in total have been Play members - Faye Hamlin, Anna Sundstrand, Anais Lameche, and Rosie Munter formed Play's original line-up from the band's formation until late 2003, and Janet Leon joined Play after Faye Hamlin's departure. This group has released a total of five albums and toured the United States several times, gaining a large fanbase among a pre-teen and teenaged audience in North America and, to a lesser extent, the European Union. Though rumors of Play's break-up abounded throughout 2005, official word was released by the members of Play on September 29 2005, that the group was indeed on an indefinite break. ...more on Wikipedia about "Play (band)"
PYT was a pop band in the late 1990s and early 2000s. This quartet was unique in that its members were not scouted by a talent agency or formed through an audition process or competition - instead, these Tampa teenagers - Lauren Mayhew , Ashley Niven, Lydia Bell, and Tracy Williams - had all been childhood friends. They had previously performed together in the Tampa Entertainment Revue (through Busch Gardens) and were signed to Epic Records in 1998. The members of PYT derived their group's name from a Michael Jackson song entitled "Pretty Young Things," though on some occasions the girls used the acronym "P.Y.T." to stand for the slogan "Prove Yourself True." Among the members of the group, Tracy Williams was the alto and sung lower harmonies, Lauren Mayhew and Ashley Niven were mezzo-sopranos and sung the melody line, and Lydia Bell was the soprano who sung higher harmonies. Ashley Niven was the lead vocalist on the tracks on the album PYT (Down With Me) . ...more on Wikipedia about "PYT"
Sagitarius was a 1960s pop-rock band in the sunshine pop genre, who existed in the studio only. Sagitarius was the pet project of songwriter Gary Usher and singer-guitarist Glen Campbell. They put ...more on Wikipedia about "Sagitarius (band)"
The Salsoul Orchestra, a classical orchestra conducted by Vincent Montana Jr., was the backing band for the many acts on Salsoul Records. ...more on Wikipedia about "Salsoul Orchestra"
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