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Shelly and Karen are the daughters of Brian Poole, who (with the Tremeloes) was chosen by Decca over The Beatles.
1976 - 1981 Previously named Venus
Indie & garage rock. Formed in 2001
Agadoo is a translated cover version of the 1975 French song "Agadou".
Pop & soft rock. Most popular during the 1970s. The couple were married for 39 years.
The Cheeky Girls found fleeting fame on UK talent show "The X-Factor" where they failed to progress past the auditions despite two attempts.
French house music duo formed in 1993.
Formed in the mid-70s. Euro pop.
A pop group with brothers Pat Kane (vocals) and Greg Kane (keyboards), formed in 1983 in Coatbridge, Scotland.
17 albums so far, forming in 1987
Irish identical twins who became popular after appearing on The X Factor in 2009.
1991-1996. Started a fad of wearing clothes backwards. Appeared in a Sprite commercial in 1992-93.
Neil Francis Tennant (born July 10, 1954 in North Shields, Tyne and Wear, England); Christopher Sean Lowe (born on October 4, 1959 in Blackpool, Lancashire, England)
The Reid twins had hits in the 1980s with "Letter from America" and "500 Miles".
From Brisbane, Australia. Were together as a band from 1994-2001.
Russian electronic & pop rock duo formed in 1999.
Formed in 1981. New wave & Synth-pop.
Formed in 1994. Hard rock & comedy. The comedy movie Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny is a fictional account of their beginnings.
It was widely rumoured that they'd been sued for sampling Kate Bush's "Cloudbusting" on "Something Good", but actually it was all legit.
Formed in London in 1981.
Known as Yaz in North America. Formed in 1981. New wave & synthpop.
British duo who released 6 albums since 2001
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