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Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Top 100 Girl Groups/Bands: 61-80

Dear Poptastic Readers,

Welcome to Part 2 of our Top 100 countdown of our favourite Girl Groups and Girl Bands from around the world. Today we will list #61-80. Yesterday, we listed #81-100.

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

Let's go!


80. t.A.T.u.: This Russian duo debuted as lesbians in love, but then we found out it was all an act. Still, they gave us the hits "All The Things She Said" and "Not Gonna Get Us" in 2002 and 2003.



79. Company B: This Miami freestyle trio is best known for their wigs and their 1987 amazing song "Fascinated."



78. She Moves: This short-lived New York group had a wonderful song called "Breaking All The Rules" in 1997. Don't they look like the Sugababes?



77. Crush: This British duo was best known for their song "Jellyhead" ... especially the Motiv8 mix, which dominated dancefloors in 1996.



76. Seduction: This New York trio had hits such as "Two To Make It Right""Heartbeat" and "Could This Be Love." Singer Michelle Visage would later go on to have a career as a judge on RuPaul's Drag Race.



75. Fierce: This British trio only released four singles. Their biggest hit was their last single in 2000 — a remake of Anita Baker's "Sweet Love."



74. The Three Degrees: This legendary group released songs in the 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s. Most famous for their songs "TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia)""When Will I See You Again", and "Woman In Love." Their song "The Runner" was later recorded by Bananarama in 2009 for their Viva album.





73. The Ronettes: This iconic group is best known for their 1963 #2 smash hit "Be My Baby." Other songs were "Baby, I Love You" and "(The Best Part of) Breakin' Up."





72. Cleopatra: This UK trio had a hit on both sides of the Atlantic with "Cleopatra's Theme." They had two more UK top-ten hits with "Life Ain't Easy" and "I Want You Back."



71. Fifth Harmony: This American X-Factor group had a hit last year with "Worth It." Their current hit is "Work From Home."



70. Dolly Rockers: This trio was also on the X-Factor in the UK. Their songs were "Je Suis Une Dolly" and "Gold Digger."



69. HAIM: This American trio of sisters are best known for their 2012/2013 songs "Forever" and "The Wire."





68. The Weather Girls: This fun group is best known for their 1982 cult hit "It's Raining Men." Singer Martha Wash would go on to sing for C+C Music Factory and Black Box.



67. Lili & Susie: This Swedish sister duo are best known for their 1987 song "Oh Mama" and "Okey Okey" in 1989. They reunited in 2009 for Sweden's Melodifestivalen with a song called "Show Me Heaven."



66. Wonder Girls: This South Korean group is known for their songs "Irony" and "Nobody."



65. The 411: This short-lived English group only had three singles. Most known for their songs "On My Knees" and "Dumb."



64. Jade: This American trio was best known for their hit "Don't Walk Away" in 1992. Also check out "I Wanna Love You" and "One Woman."



63. The Velvettes: They were best known for their 1965 song "He Was Really Saying Somehin'" ... later covered by Bananarama in 1982.





62. Brown Eyed Girls: This South Korean group are best known for their 2009 song "Abracadabra" and "Kill Bill" in 2013.





61. SWV: This American trio had huge hits with "Weak" and "Right Here (Human Nature)" in the early 90s.







Wasn't that fun? Check in tomorrow for #41-60!

Cheers then,
—Davearama

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  2. So pleased to see N-Tyce on there, i didnt include them in my selection as there were too many to choose from! All Day everyday is a fine album and was a nice companion lp to the Spice Girls debut

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