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  1. There is more than one band with the name "Loose Ends".

    1. One of the top British dance and urban contemporary trios in the early '80s, Loose…

  2. A British / USA acid jazz band, formed in London in 1990, by Carleen Anderson (vocals, keyboards - aka Mardou Fox, the daughter of James Brown's…

  3. Inner City was formed in Detroit, Michigan in 1988 by producer Kevin Saunderson. He enlisted the talent of Chicago native Paris Grey to perform…

  4. 1. Mantronix were a 1980s electro/hip-hop crew lead by Kurtis Mantronik.

    DJ (and later producer) Kurtis Mantronik, a native of Jamaica, had moved…

  5. Adeva (born Patricia Daniels in 1960) is a female African American house music and contemporary R&B artist from Paterson, New Jersey, United…

  6. The Pasadenas are a R&B / pop group from the United Kingdom, best known for their hit songs, "Tribute (Right On)" and "I'm Doing Fine Now".

    The…

  7. CeCe Peniston (born Cecelia Peniston, September 6, 1969 in Dayton, Ohio) is an American Female R&B/Soul/Pop/Dance/House singer-songwriter music…

  8. Alexander O'Neal (born November 14, 1953, in Natchez, Mississippi), was a member of The Time when the group first formed in 1980. However, he was…

  9. Mica Paris (born Michelle Wallen on 27 April 1969 in South London) is an English soul singer, radio and television presenter, and occasional actress…

  10. The S.O.S. Band is an American funk / soul musical ensemble, founded in Atlanta, Georgia, USA in 1977. The "SOS" acronym stands not for "Save Our…

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