From the Spice Girls to Smash Mouth, here are 50 hit songs from bands big in the '90s. I was always more of a fan or more upbeat poppy songs with a bit of attitude and these lasses didn’t seem to have any. Readers’ Poll: The Ten Worst Bands of the Nineties Picks include Creed, Limp Bizkit, Hanson – and one big surprise. WENN/YouTube Their second single Walking on Water however was not particularly good and they were dropped a year later due to poor sales. More famous for being Simon Cowell’s answer to the Spice Girls than they are for anything they ever released. After Solid Harmonie, N-Tyce were my second favourite girl band of the 90s. Hopefully the following list will nudge your memories in the same way, and you'll be gasping and cooing and texting your friends to remind them that some of the greatest girl bands of all time need not be unjustly forgotten. "Yes! Fair warning: You're about to enter a place of extreme '90s nostalgia. Surprising really that they only ever released 3 albums in total (only 2 of which we any good although I do have a secret song crush on Goodbye) because it feels like they’ve been around much longer. I was also quite fond of their 3rd single Deep Deep Down but aside from that a female Hanson they were note heir debut album was pretty bland. If known at all in the UK it will be for their single Where My Girls At which often still appears on Trevor Nelson’s retro r’n’b compilations. I actually really loved their last single Jump Down where they were a little more polished and grown up but seems i was the only one and they split shortly after it’s release. Now do you remember how "Don't Let Go" was your anthem in 1996? Belly From: Boston, Mass. I'm still including them because I classify the '90s as officially being over at the end of 2003. They were severely, severely underrated, their debut album All Day Every Day is still on my iPod to this day and aside from one or two dullers, is a really classy r’n’b pop album. But Spice Girls was a worldwide phenomenon in 1996, and they topped TLC's album with "Spice." 1. Perhaps it was my historical lack of confidence and self belief but as a teenager I never dreamed of being a Hollywood Actress or Madonna. So we thought it was the right time to revisit some of the most iconic girl groups from the 80s, 90s, and 2000s. Most of Atomic Kitten's best known songs were covers, "Eternal Flame", "Whole Again", "The Tide Is High" and "Locomotion", and even though they were charting in the UK in 1999, it wasn't until 2000 they became a worldwide it. Girl groups have been taking a hit lately. Surviving members Tionne (T … Destiny's Child. A few onetime groups splintered into successful solo acts - Wild Orchid yielded Stacy "Fergie" Ferguson, who headed to the Black Eyed Peas not long after. At the beginning of the '90s, Seattle birthed the grunge movement, which melded punk and hard rock, producing such influential bands as Pearl Jam and Soundgarden. So much so that in June 2012 the girls even gave a release date for their new music but eventually released it under a new name, Mutya Keisha Siobhan, before securing the legal rights to the Sugababes name in 2019. I was also convinced the Spice Girl's copied the design of Girlfriend's CD insert. I was convinced I need never hear another song again, position of ‘favourite song of all time’ was filled. Lead singer Jamie Benson released a solo album in 2002 but it was rubbish and that’s the last we heard of them. These girls only ever released the one song, to the best of my knowledge, but it was a goodun, back in the days when a song reaching number 15 was considered a hit! The ’90s alternative scene was more about groups than solo singers, and women lead some of the most kick-ass of the bands that were the soundtrack to the decade. Did you know before she was a Black Eyed Pea Fergie was in a girlband who kept the entire lipliner industry in profits for most of the late 90s? But most importantly, ’90s R&B was the decade of the girl group. I loved these girls and wanted to be in their gang. The girl group era produced a clearly identifiable hybrid of gospel, rhythm and blues, doo-wop, and quirky pop. 702 snuck into the 1990s by a hair with "Were My Girls At" (1999) but they were still one of those bands you wore white pants and dance around to when you were fifteen. I am pleased that baby doll dresses aren’t in fashion any more though, I don’t have the knees for them these days! Their songs were so unbelivevably, soul distressingly catchy and their demin uniform was something any teenager could get on board with. Eternal from energetic dance routines to catchy pop songs and more importantly they could cut it acapella. From Desperately Seeking Susan and portraying the ultimate Material Girl in the 80s, the 90s saw Madonna, ... was one of the first all-female rap groups at a … The band was initially named Touch, but after departing with their management over creative differences, they renamed themselves the Spice Girls. During the span of their career, these ladies enjoyed success in both Europe and North American, releasing two albums and eight singles, all earning a spot on the UK Top 20. The five-member girl group Spice Girls was put together in the mid-1990s as an answer to such successful boy bands as Take That. Their song Love of Lifetime was probably best of a bad bunch. TLC '90s Female Alt-Rock Songs That Spoke To You. Their debut album was strong (We 4 Girls is quite anthemic and should have been a single) and got me through a very long coach ride to Spain one summer. From Oooohh on a TLC Tip to Crazysexycool to Fanmail they just got better and better, even if Left Eye did look increasingly bored in later performances. They seemed to suffer the all too common ‘sophomore slump’ with their second album though, which didn’t do very well at all. The '90s were the best time for music. Say what you want about these two (and most people have) I always got the impression they knew how cack they were all along and the joke was on us. I was straight into dad’s wardrobe to steal is army camouflage pants (the fact they were 10 sizes too big for me just added to the look) faster than you could say Spice who?! So still the 4 coolest chicks in the world in my eyes! 9 Girl Groups We All Listened To In The 80S It may seem that girl bands are everywhere we look these days but believe it or not, before the 80s they were practically unheard of. … All Saints really hit it big with second single "Never Ever," a sweeping ballad that topped the U.K. charts. Their first single Last One Standing was catchy – much like a venereal disease, their second single Girls on Top was better, but the damage had already been done. I would love to see them on the Big Reunion, they were better than Girl Thing that’s for sure! And they’re still one of the groups named as inspiration for more current bands like Fifth Harmony and Little Mix. With the same writers and production team and BSB, N Sync and Britney its a travesty they weren’t more popular. So much so that in June 2012 the girls even gave a release date for their new music but eventually released it under a new name, Mutya Keisha Siobhan, before securing the legal rights to the Sugababes name in 2019. Didn’t do Alesha much harm though! Love them or pretend to hate them there’s no denying that there as no escaping them in the mid 90s and being merely 14 when they came out I was thre prime target audience. This is one for my fellow Australia girls. Becca, Alyssa, and Lauren Barlow were best known to the world as BarlowGirl.For years, the three sisters from Elgin, Illinois lived together, worked together, worshiped together and made incredible music together with an during that time, they helped kick open the door for female-fronted Christian rock bands.. Their comeback album Studio One is also worth an honourable mention and they toured with the Backstreet Boys in the UK last year. They were good poppy fun and have the bragging rights of being able to say they were ‘big in Japan’ where both albums were certified gold. Among groups and solo female artists not mentioned in this article that are sometimes included in girl group listings are: The Ad Libs, The Caravelles, Claudine Clark, Dee Dee Sharp, The Jelly Beans, The Pixies Three, Reparata and the Delrons, The Starlets, Mary Wells, and The Velvelettes. The ’90s alternative scene was more about groups than solo singers, and women lead some of the most kick-ass of the bands that were the soundtrack to the decade. Learn more about girl groups. From the golden age of motown to 90s classics and 00s favourites, girl groups have continuously shaped the pop landscape and produced some of the most-loved music of all time. I vividly remember seeing the video for I Know Where It’s At for the first time and thought these were the 4 coolest chicks in the world. Suzy Bogguss was living in the spotlight in the ’90s. One of the few bands who don’t sound like they’re from the 90’s at all (Don’t Let Go could be released today and sound current) En Vogue were as if Janet Jackson cloned herself 3 times and started a group. Although they were poppier than 702 their debut album was just as luke warm. It was officially on. Now: Since separating from her fellow 'babes', Keisha worked on some solo material before rumours began to swirl in 2011 that the band were reforming. Girl groups might have been responsible for the sweetest 60s music, but their lyrics covered everything from teenage pregnancy to frightening dogs, as this playlist shows But fear not — plenty of '90s girl groups are planning comebacks at this very moment. Salt-N-Pepa. It's pretty much an empty field besides British "X Factor" winners, Little Mix. NO MORE. Sixteen songs you had on your high school mixtape and what they said about you. I Quit was a decent enough song and was helped along by being on the Buffy soundtrack. The '90s was a great decade that included jams from powerful singers like Celine Dion to groups like Boyz II Men to the formation of the Backstreet Boys. Being a hardcore Solid Hramonie fan my interest peaked a little when they stole Mariama to replace Heavenli, but even that was short lived. 21st August 2014. Whatever happened to their lead singer? Back when I was a mere child with nothing better to do on a Saturday night than listen to the Rick Dees weekly top 40 on what was then Metro FM I heard the song He’s Mine by Mokenstef. They were everything I looked for in a girl group (I wanted to BE Beki in 1997!) Hooray, my absolute faves! And so it goes, with you remembering some of the more obscure, but no less important, moments that music and girl band culture shaped you. These girls were different because they played their own instruments which meant they must be taken more seriously. Girl groups, primarily American female vocal groups popular from the early to mid-1960s, the period between the heyday of early rock and roll and the British Invasion. Rolling Stone Rolling Stone Rolling Stone's Most Recent Stories. Ireland has introduced many musical acts to the United States, including 90s girl group B*Witched. That’s because girl groups have always been a high-drama proposition, whether in their original heyday in the early ‘60s or in this second golden age, which roughly… It’s a common misconception that the Spice Girls came up with the whole Girl Power schtick but Shampoo released a song of the same name in 1996 before Wannabe what infected our eardrums. Another late 90’s UK group trying to cash in on what Destiny’s Child had started. ... You smoke in the bathrooms, read Sassy, wear X-girl clothing, have your own personal phone line, … Girl Thing went away almost as soon as they arrived, which was music to everyone’s ears because they were so contrived it was painful. The Spice Girls. They had a string of top 20 hits in 1997 and 1998 but Mariama left to join The Honeyz in 1999 and the other 3 girls went their separate ways. And they’re still one of the groups named as inspiration for more current bands like Fifth Harmony and Little Mix. Safe to say they were my guilty pleasure in 1998, even if they did have an air of ‘girls singing in a 6th form talent show’ about them. Again, only ever entered my consciousness due to my unwavering devotion to the Backstreet Boys and the fact that one of the early members was dating Aj. Their first album was very much pre-teen pop (albeit still well produced and catchy) but their second album, with single ‘I Do’ and ‘I Need That’ was pure R’n’B pop brilliance. Below is a break down of the best 90’s girlbands ever to get their belly rings out on Top of the Pops, along with some of the great pop songs that came along with them…. Here, we revisit the best from that era. For a short time Mis Teeq probably were the closest thing we had to Destiny’s Child (perhaps the Asda smartprice version) but they had a few decent songs like One Night Stand and Scandalous under their belt in the end. Dream’s first album was another of my CDNow purchases in a time where it was cheaper to get things shipped from the states than pay HMV’s import prices and although technically they came out in 2000, one look at the video for their debut single and you’d think they were straight out of 1998. Jones put out a call for two more girls to join her in this trio. The most high-profile girl group in recent history, Fifth Harmony, broke up years ago. The group started as New Rhythm Generation (NRG) in high school until Fergie joined and they were renamed Wild Orchid. Amy Steele’s Essential 90s Female-Fronted Alternative-Rock Bands A-Z. As the decade progressed, grunge was absorbed into the larger, radio-friendly "alternative rock" genre, then gave way to aggro-rock and nu-metal bands like Limp Bizkit and Linkin Park at the end of the decade. Active from 1993 to 1998 with very little success in the UK but massive during the new jack swing era of the early 90’s in America. 13. Even if you can't name anything else B*Witched sang, I bet you know every single word to "C'est La Vie" (1998) perfectly. The girl group era produced a clearly identifiable hybrid of gospel, rhythm and blues, doo-wop, and quirky pop. It's time to give these ladies their due. See All Slides. One of the few bands who don’t sound like they’re from the 90’s at all (Don’t Let Go could be released today and sound current) En Vogue were as if Janet Jackson cloned herself 3 times and started a group. Curve From: London, England Formed: 1990 The album: Come Clean (1998) The single: “Chinese Burn” website. … 1 singles: “No, No No” (1997, R&B); “Bills, Bills, Bills” (1999, R&B and pop) Edd said: While DC would go on to dominate the 2000s, they were just getting their feet wet in the late 90s. A girl group is a popular music act featuring several female singers who generally harmonize together. The ’90s were a great time in country music, and a lot of women in country music made waves, and while some stuck around, for some reason or another there are many we have already forgotten about. Now: Since separating from her fellow 'babes', Keisha worked on some solo material before rumours began to swirl in 2011 that the band were reforming. We all know the Destiny’s Child story by now, but I have a fondness for their earlier stuff with Wyclef and Timbaland (Get on the Bus being my all time favourite song of theirs) and I liked their line up as a foursome Not that the revolving door of destiny did them any harm in the end of course. It was the golden age of pop, and hip hop and modern R&B came into their own. The best-selling female R&B group of all time, TLC are second-only to En Vogue in legacy and influence. TLC broke down barriers for future girl groups; "CrazySexyCool" became the best-selling album by a girl group in 1995. Facebook. 10 of the Best: One Hit Wonders | Honestly Helen. The most high-profile girl group in recent history, Fifth Harmony, broke up years ago. It's pretty much an empty field besides British "X Factor" winners, Little Mix. Destiny's Child. It was officially on. https://www.dailyedge.ie/best-girl-bands-of-the-90s-1215751-Jan2014 Precious were first unleashed on the UK when they represented us at Eurovision in 199 with the ultra bland snooze fest that was Say It Again (they came 12th out of 23 in case you cared). Funky Diamonds were unheard of in the UK and only came on my radar because they toured with the Backstreet Boys in Germany in 1996 (and there was NOTHING I didn’t know about the Backstreet Boys in 1996!) Dec 4, 2020 - Explore Cookie Lee's board "90's Girl Groups", followed by 354 people on Pinterest. Luckily we got to embrace this first wave of girl power and hope the likes of All Saints, Spice Girls, Girls Aloud etc appreciate the roads these epic girl groups paved for them! Photo: Bob Berg/Getty Images. The word "Insider". Not sure if 2 people can constitute a group or band but I’m going with it for the purposes of this article. One of the best things about Thursday is that Throwbacks abound and we’re all allowed the opportunity to reminisce about the good ol’ days. Suzy Boggus. Don't let go, never let go, of En Vogue. It may seem that girl bands are everywhere we look these days but believe it or not, before the 80s they were practically unheard of. … Their careers came to an unexpected halt in 2002, when Lisa (Left Eye) Lopes died in a car crash in 2002 at the age of 30. Two crossed lines that form an 'X'. History 1990–1991: Formation and early years. They were also fiesty and fun in interviews, and as far as insults go, it doesn’t really get better than ‘you got the IQ of a digeridoo’ so at least we have that to thank them for! The band was initially named Touch, but after departing with their management over creative differences, they renamed themselves the Spice Girls. I still look back fondly at mine and Mokenstefs time together though. The Appleton sisters were female equivalent of the Gallagher brothers (which was weird considering Nicole was married to Liam for six years). What the Spice Girls were to buffalo shoes, TLC were to satin pyjamas. Rewind and New Beginning were given to them with the attitude of ‘it’s working for Britney right now, it might work for you too’ and Its Gonna Be My Way was just embarrassing. The following list is the kind you sit around at a bar and recall with your friends. Girl groups, primarily American female vocal groups popular from the early to mid-1960s, the period between the heyday of early rock and roll and the British Invasion. I always wanted to be in one of thise cool girl groups. 80s R&B Female Singers and 90s R&B Female Groups & Singers. They were the best groups comprised solely of women that ever existed. Twitter. After a promising start releasing ‘On My Knees’ (the remix with Ghostface Killah is definitely worth a listen) and Dumb it went down hill with their underrated 3rd single, which was a sample of Massive Attack’s ‘Teardrops’ and they were never seen or heard from again. It’s certainly made us want to get our records out! Ok I admit it, I’m starting to cheat a little here because these little Swedish pixies didn’t actually release anything until 2001 but seeing as they had all the same writiers as every other pop group in the 90s I thought they deserved a honourable mention. The '90s was a great decade that included jams from powerful singers like Celine Dion to groups like Boyz II Men to the formation of the Backstreet Boys. I stand defiantly by that statement, so come at me if you disagree. They were pretty much ’90s Girl Band by numbers’ silver trousers, cropped sports jerseys and all. And most importantly, it was the era of the girl band. Top 10 Best Forgotten Girl Groups // Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/c/MsMojo?sub_confirmation=1Do you remember these girl groups… Just scraping into the 90’s, they were like Destiny’s Child for a Tween Generation. Fin.K.L (Fine Killing Liberty) set the fashion standard for a lot of females in the ’90s. by Brian Galindo. https://www.popsugar.com/celebrity/Most-Popular-Girl-Groups-1990s-43472446 I never even wanted to be the lead singer, I think I would have happily been the annoying blondie on the end bopping her pigtails around and giving the peace sign on the cover of Smash Hits. Stand out album tracks for me are Sunshine, Koo Koo and title track All Day Every Day they had a very All Saints kind of vibe, which is perhaps why they didn’t do so well – they were seen as too much of a carbon copy. All rights reserved. Here are 90s female singers that make you feel good. 1. Make sure to tell us which ones were your favorites! Unlike Atomic Kitten, they were much less The Only Way Is Essex. Fergie left in 2002 due to struggling with drug addiction and they were dropped from their label in 2002. Two girl groups appear twice: The Marvelettes (#4) also recorded as The Darnells (#99) and The Chiffons (#9) moonlighted as The Four Pennies (#52). They're of no less value, and equally as important in contributing to the girl band movement of the mid to late '90s as their higher selling counterparts, and yet, have largely (and unfairly) been forgotten by history. No. Emily Barker. By. Their debut single in 1996, "Wannabe," was the first in a string of six consecutive No. They had enjoyed most of their success in Holland and Beki, Melissa and Elise reunited in 2014 with new single Circus. Let's be real here, Allure's cover of "All Cried Out" (1997), is the reason we love this song. Also, members of The Cookies (#75) evolved into The Raelets (#62) and the mid-'60s configuration of The Ikettes (#22) later became The Mirettes (#57). The Spice Girls are one of the best selling girl groups in history, with over 90 million records sold. The Cookies of the 1950s (#75) are unrelated to the 1960s group (#14) of the same name. 90s Girl Groups Girl House Girls Show Greatest Hits Covergirl Lineup Rock And Roll New York City Hip Hop The Cover Girls is a New York City-based freestyle girl group that achieved most of its chart success in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The Longpigs. Bananarama. British girl group All Saints first made a splash on the pop scene in the mid '90s. Whereas I liked Girl Talk from their 4th album 3D it was no No Scrubs and following Lisa’s sad death in 2002 T-Boz and Chilli didn’t release anything further until 2015 where a kick starter campaign was successfully completed for their final album. Girl groups have been taking a hit lately. The Female Singers From The '90s We LOVE. TLC was one of several groups that blew up nearly 20 years ago, helping to shape the music of our childhood. But fear not — plenty of '90s girl groups are planning comebacks at this very moment. Also, the girls' cover has 112 on it, so... Blaque were TLC reloaded, which makes sense considering Left Eye signed them to her label, Left Eye Productions. They’re probably best known for their 1994 hit Trouble but I much prefer Girl Power (musically and as a general concept). Check out 13 of the biggest female country music stars from the ’90s and where they are now! Kandi Burruss from the group had a solo hit in the UK with Don’t Think I’m Not in 2000 and is now on the Real Housewives of Atlanta. 90s R&B Girl Groups Yesterday at 11:02 PM Destiny’s Child Independent Women Pt. Think Britney’s first and second albums mixed in with a bit of B’Witched enthusiasm and you’d be about right. Learn more about girl groups. Renee and Stefani collaborated on Fergie’s first solo album The Duchess, so at least they’re all still mates, which is nice. Best song of theirs is without a doubt the rocky I Must Not Chase the Boys which wouldn’t be out of place on a Pink album. Another great example of an act who chose to release the weakest songs from their album (apart from this debut single) they had some great album tracks which I think we’re strong than their second and third singles, What You Gonna Do Boy and Two Timer were specifically strong. Check out our 90s girl groups selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our shops. If you're looking for the best '90s pop songs to add to your party playlist, you've found it. Shame they split shortly after that. Popular music of the United Kingdom in the 1990s continued to develop and diversify. Spice and Spiceworld had some great album tracks you may not be familiar with (Last Time Lover, Something Kinda Funny and Naked from Spice and Never Give Up on the Good Times and Denying from Spiceworld are up there for me). Their second album Replay is worth a listen for their covers of Whole Again and Liberty X’s Just A Little alone and dare I say it they’re sang better, as if that was difficult….Meow! Fun fact: Sarah from the group was in BSB’s Everybody and Britney’s Baby One More Time music videos. Another urban group hot on the heels of Destiny’s Child that never really made a ripple on the UK charts. This was the only good song they ever released as a single although the song Cherry Crush from their debut album is r’n’b pop brilliance. *if you’re interested in seeing what the boys were up to in the 90s check out my A-Z of 90s Boybands post too. They toured with teen pop brat pack of the early 2000s then disappeared without a trace. What wasn’t to love about B’Witched? Someone saw something sparkling in them though and they released 3 further singles after that. formed: 1991 The album: Star (1992) The single: “Dusted” The Cardigans From: Sweden Formed: 1992 The album: First Band on the Moon (1996) The single: “Lovefool” website. 1. The five-member girl group Spice Girls was put together in the mid-1990s as an answer to such successful boy bands as Take That. 59.1k Followers, 469 Following, 3,057 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from 90s R&B Girl Groups (@90sgirlgroups) I learned the whole choreographed dance from their music video in eighth grade!" Some '90s girl groups who were great one-hit wonders arguably became more notorious for the way they split than their music. Another group I’d Love to see in the Big Reunion! The 1990s and early 2000s were an absolute treasure trove for a particular kind of musical group: boy and girl bands. From the golden age of motown to 90s classics and 00s favourites, girl groups have continuously shaped the pop landscape and produced some of the most-loved music of all time. For me, Eternal were at their best in the early days with Louise, because they were poppier and Louise and Kelle had good chemistry. BuzzFeed Staff. The remix featuring female rapper Smooth is particularly good. Honeyz never really floated my boat in the 90s, they were pretty enough and 2/3rds of them could sing but releasing ballad after ballad left me cold. Pinterest. 2021 Bustle Digital Group. Four of these eight singles reached the number spot on the UK Singles Chart. Elena Nicolaou. This and You Don’t Know where the only good things they produced sadly. How fickle the teenage brain as that position has been restructured and outsourced many times since 1994. https://www.popsugar.com/celebrity/Most-Popular-Girl-Groups-1990s-43472446 Salt-N-Pepa. Ireland has introduced many musical acts to the United States, including 90s girl group B*Witched. "Bring It All To Me" had the best matching futuristic outfits of 1999, probably even better than anything Tina put Destiny's Child in. I wanted to be Melanie so bad. Named after Michael Jacksons song Pretty Young Thing this Florida based girl group had two excellent singles in Same Ole, Same Ole (Sampling Next Episode by Dr Dre – and it’s a song that’s been on my gym playlist for over 10 years fact fans) and No Ifs, Ands or Buts. Have a look at some of girl groups from back in the day when you continue. Once they sorted out their line up (Britney Spears was a member before they released anything) and decided the correct spelling of the word ‘Innocence’ was just too darn difficult, they actually released a very good pop album So Together in 2000. (If you're me, it's still your anthem today.). The original or "classic" girl-group phenomenon had a damn good run, in that period from 1961 to '64, when some 750 girl groups put singles onto the pop chart. The Spice Girls. They had moderate success in the US with a handful of top 40 singles. Begin Slideshow. During the span of their career, these ladies enjoyed success in both Europe and North American, releasing two albums and eight singles, all earning a spot on the UK Top 20. This was the only song to be released in the UK, they had a line up change in 2001 and released Krazy (which is brilliant) but a second album never followed. I like my pop manufactured, but this was too manufactured. Also Atomic Kitten bought us Kerry Katona, which is nothing to shake a stick at. The first concert I ever went to was a Girlfriend show when I was a kid. 1 Top of the Pops 2000 - The g ... ood ole days, remember this like it was yesterday. TLC. Although they had a couple of top 20 singles in 1999 (which were valiant efforts – especially Dayz Like That) they just never quite made much of an impact and were destined to be the 20th song on CD2 of Now That what I call music. And most importantly, it was the era of the girl band. There was no shortage of girl groups in the '90s, but two stood above the rest—TLC and the Spice Girls. Like Atomic Kitten, Sugababes didn't hit it big until 2000. During the decade she had … So how come the greatest R&B girl groups of the 1990s are—to crib the line that En Vogue borrowed from Curtis Mayfield—still giving you something you can feel?
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