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There are at least nine artists that have used this name:

1) An all-female R&B group from London, England
2) A doom metal band from Dorset, England
3) A shoegazing band from Reading, England
4) A gothic metal band from Australia, see The Eternal
5) A gothic death metal band from Colombia
6) A hardcore/death metal band with only one known release
7) A death metal band from France
8) A black metal band from Uruguay
9) A thrash metal band from Costa Rica
10) A progressive house/techno artist from Australia (real name Mark James)

11) Eternal, A Pop/R&B solo male artist from the United States (New York, NY)

1) Eternal was a London based 1990s R&B girl group that found fame in 1993 and went on to become one of the UK’s most successful girl groups of all time, achieving both domestic and global success.

The group was made up of church-going sisters Easther and Vernie Bennett and school friends Kéllé Bryan and Louise Nurding (also known as Louise and Louise Redknapp), who both went to the famous Italia Conti Academy stage school.

They were the first girl group to have a million selling album in UK Chart History with 1994’s “Always & Forever”, and were named Best Group at 1993’s Smash Hits Poll Winners Party. Following the success of this album, Louise left to pursue a solo career, and the group continued as a 3-piece.

The group’s second album, “Power Of A Woman”, was released in 1996 and spawned 4 Top Ten Hits. The same year they were asked to sing the theme for Disney’s “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”, “Someday”. The song was used as the official theme for the film in all countries except the US where All 4 One took the honours.

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