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Sunday, February 26, 2006

This next group is more unknown than the acts i've featured so far. Solid HarmoniE was a girl group, somewhat like the Spice Girls but not really. They were made up of three British members: Melissa, Mariama, and Beki; and an American member: Elisa. Despite that, they were part of the whole late '90s Orlando teen pop scene, and associated with the likes of Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC, probably due to having several songs produced and written by Max Martin. They had mild success in Europe, but pretty much failed in the U.S. Melissa (the lead singer) left the group for an unsuccessful solo career. Mariama briefly joined British pop/r&b group the Honeyz, and the other two recruited a new member (whose name I can't remember) to record a second album, which never came to fruition despite there being clips floating around on the Internet.

I'll Be There For You/I Want You To Want Me (Medley) - The two songs are virtually the same...so what? This was on a sampler disc that came with a BSB video I bought.
I'll Be There For You (Matthias Radio Mix) - They only released one single in the states, "I'll Be There For You". This is the disco-ish b-side remix.
To Love Once Again - Their album was the very first one I imported online (I bought the BSB CDs through the mail) in early '99, through CDNOW (remember them?). It's pretty uneven...the Max Martin tracks (along with "I Wanna Love You", written by one of Max's main collaborators Kristian Lundin) were pretty much the only stellar songs on it.


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