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Thursday, April 7, 2016

Top 100 Girl Groups/Bands: 21-40

Dear Poptastic Readers,

Welcome to Part 4 of our Top 100 countdown of our favourite Girl Groups and Girl Bands from around the world. Today we will list #21-40. Yesterday, we listed #41-60, and on Tuesday #61-80, and on #81-100 on Monday.

Special thanks to Raoni, Nick, Ally, Jason, Ted, Denny, Norm, Craig, Anthony, JT, Jef, Nico, Pascal, Mike, and Arturo.

Top 40 right here!

40. Shampoo: This UK duo is best known for their song "Trouble." It is worth mentioning that their 1995 album (and song) was called "Girl Power" ... and that was before the Spice Girls came along!



39. Solid HarmoniE: This British group had some moderate success with songs like "I'll Be There For You" and "I Want You To Want Me" in the late 90s.




38. The Honeyz: This group from the UK had hits in the late 90s like "Finally Found", "End Of The Line", and "Love Of A Lifetime."



37. The Runaways: This American band is best known for their 1976 song "Cherry Bomb." Also "Queens Of Noise" and "Heartbeat." Singer Joan Jett would go on to have solo career.



36. Sister Sledge: These sisters from Pennsylvania are most known for their 1979 hits "He's The Greatest Dancer" and "We Are Family."



35. Pussycat Dolls: This American group had massive hit with "Don't Cha" in 2005. Other hits included "Stickwitu" and "Buttons." Although a group, it seemed like a vehicle for main vocalist Nicole Scherzinger to launch her solo career.



34. Shillelagh Sisters: This English Rockabilly group released two singles in 1984 called "Give Me My Freedom" and "Passion Fruit." They were even on TV performing "These Boots Were Made For Walking." Lead singer Jacquie O'Sullivan would go on to be a member of Bananarama, as well as a little disco duo with Paul Simper called Slippry Feet. Read Davearama's interview with Jacquie here.




33. Martha and the Vandellas: This iconic group released music in the 60s and 70s, but most of their hits were in the 60s like "(Love Is Like A) Heatwave""Dancing In The Street""Nowhere To Run", and "I'm Ready For Love."



32. Vanity 6/Apollonia 6: Both are the same group with different lead singers created by Prince. Vanity 6 are know for their songs "He's So Dull""Nasty Girl" and "Drive Me Wild" in 1982. Sadly, the lead singer died early this year. In 1984, they got a new lead singer, changed names and were featured in Prince's movie Purple Rain. They had two singles called "Blue Limousine" and "Sex Shooter" in 1984.



31. Icona Pop: This Swedish duo had a huge smash with "I Don't Care" in 2012. But they had equally great songs in 2013 with "Girlfriend" and "All Night." Last year, they had a single called "Emergency." Their latest single is "Someone Who Can Dance."



30. Stooshe: This British trio scored hits in 2012 and 2013 with songs like "Love Me", "Black Heart" and "Slip."



29. Mis-teeq: The UK group had hits from 2000 to 2003 with songs like "All I Want", "One Night Stand", "B With Me", "Scandalous."



28. B*Witched: This Irish group had a huge hit on both sides of the Atlantic in 1998 with "C'est La Vie." They also had more hits in the UK with "Rollarcoaster", "To You I Belong", and "Jesse Hold On"



27. Pepsi & Shirlie: They are probably best known for being Wham's back-up singers. When they went out on their own in 1986, they had hits like "Heartache", "Goodbye Stranger", and "All Right Now."



26. Fuzzbox: This mid-80s alt-rock band from the UK had songs like "Love Is The Slug", "International Rescue", "Pink Sunshine", and "Self."



25. Rebecca & Fiona: This Swedish duo have wonderful songs since 2011 like "Bullets", "Jane Doe", "Union", "Taken Over", and "Holler." Their latest single "Sayanora" came out last year.



24. Belle Stars: This English group were best known for their 80s songs "Iko Iko", "The Clapping Song", and "Sign Of The Times" and "World Domination."



23. Alisha’s Attic: This sister duo from England are best know for songs in the late 90s like "I Am, I Feel", "Alisha Rules The World", "Indestructible", "Air We Breathe", and "The Incidentals."



22. Dixie Chicks: This is the only country act on our countdown. They had a lot of hits from 1997 to 2006 such as "There's Your Trouble", "Wide Open Spaces", "You Were Mine", "Cowboy Take Me Away", "Without You", "Landslide", "Travelin' Soldier", and "Not Ready To Make Nice."




21. Eternal: This British group had hits throughout the 90s with songs like "Stay", "Oh Baby I ...", "Power Of A Woman", "Someday", "Don't You Love Me", "I Wanna Be The Only One", and "Angel Of Mine."





Wasn't that fun? Check in tomorrow for the Top 20: #1-20!

Cheers then,
—Davearama






1 comment:

  1. How does a group that only released one single make it to #33?

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