All Saints

Posted Jun 3, 2011
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  1. Nicole Appleton
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    Nicole Appleton

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    Nicole Marie Appleton (born 7 December 1974) is a Canadian television presenter, singer-songwriter and actress. She was a member of All Saints and Appleton.


  2. Natalie Appleton
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    Natalie Appleton

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    Natalie Jane Appleton Howlett (born May 14, 1973 in Mississauga) is a Canadian pop singer and actress who rose to fame as a member of the girl group All Saints. During All Saints' five years of inactivity, she was a member of Appleton with her younger sister Nicole.


  3. Melanie Blatt
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    Melanie Blatt

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    Melanie Blatt (born March 25, 1975) is an English singer-songwriter, television presenter and actress. She is also the daughter of author and travel expert David Blatt. She rose to fame in 1997 as a member of the BRIT Award-winning girl group All Saints. The group have gained five number one singles, two multi-platinum albums, two BRIT Awards and have sold over 10 million records worldwide making them one of the best-selling girl groups of all time, and the second best-selling girl group in the UK. Melanie Blatt began recording a solo album in 2003, working with numerous producers including Xenomania and released her debut solo single "Do Me Wrong" in 2003. Blatt was later dropped by her record label, and her solo album was cancelled. In 2005, she made a return to music with her single "See Me", and began recording another album independently which was later shelved and cancelled in favour of the All Saints reunion. Starting in 2013, she was a judge on the television series The X Factor NZ.


  4. Shaznay Lewis
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    Shaznay Lewis

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    Tricia Marie "Shaznay" Lewis (born 14 October 1975 in Islington, London) is a British singer, songwriter, former member of girl group All Saints. Lewis has co-written most of the group's songs, including number one singles: "Bootie Call", "Pure Shores", "Black Coffee" and international smash hit single "Never Ever".


  5. All Saints
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    All Saints

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    All Saints are an English-Canadian girl group. Originally founded in 1993 as All Saints 1.9.7.5., the group was re-founded in 1995 as a quartet consisting of English members Melanie Blatt and Shaznay Lewis, and Canadian sisters Natalie and Nicole Appleton. They became one of the most successful pop groups of the 1990s, with nine top ten singles on the UK Singles Chart (including five number-ones), two multi-platinum albums and two gold albums. By 2002, the band had sold in excess of 11 million albums worldwide.


  6. Lady Marmalade
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    Lady Marmalade (1974)

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    "Lady Marmalade" is a song written by Bob Crewe and Kenny Nolan. It became a popular hit in 1975, recorded by the American girl group Labelle. The song is famous for its sexually suggestive chorus of "Voulez-vous coucher avec moi (ce soir)?", which translates into English as "Do you want to sleep with me (tonight)?" Labelle held the number-one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for one week, and topped the Canadian RPM national singles chart.


  7. Silver Shadow
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    Silver Shadow (1985)

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    "Silver Shadow" is a song by American R&B group Atlantic Starr, released as the third single from their successful 1985 album As the Band Turns. Lead vocals were performed by Barbara Weathers.


  8. Pure Shores
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    Pure Shores (2000)

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    "Pure Shores" (released as "Pure Shores (Out of Reach)" in the United States) is a song by British-Canadian girl group All Saints. It was released on 12 September 1999 in Australia, the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom by London Records via digital download as the lead single from their second studio album Saints & Sinners (2000). This was followed by a physical worldwide release on 11 February 2000. The song was used in the 2000 film The Beach and featured on its soundtrack album.


  9. Appleton
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    Appleton

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    Appleton were a Canadian musical duo comprising Natalie Appleton and her sister Nicole. The sisters were better known as members of the girl group All Saints.


  10. Black Coffee
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    Black Coffee (2000)

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    "Black Coffee" is a song recorded by English-Canadian girl group All Saints for their second studio album, Saints & Sinners (2000). It later appeared on the group's greatest hits albums, All Hits (2001) and Pure Shores: The Very Best of All Saints (2010). The song was written by Alexander Von Soos, Kirsty Elizabeth and Tom Nichols, and produced by William Orbit. Originally titled "I Wouldn't Wanna Be", the track was first conceptualized by Elizabeth based on her romance with Ernesto Bertarelli before being handed to London Records executive Tracy Bennett. It was released worldwide on 2 October 2000 as the second single from Saints & Sinners, through various physical formats accompanied by remixes from The Neptunes, Wideboys, AFTC, and the b-side "I Don't Wanna Be Alone". A midtempo electronic pop song, "Black Coffee" chronicles a love story with a contrary theme of bitterness, and garnered comparisons with previous William Orbit productions, namely "Pure Shores" and tracks from Madonna's Ray of Light (1998). The track's structure includes slightly dislocated verses delivered in a sinister manner, followed by the group's combined harmony sung in an eerie fashion leading up to the song's wistful chorus. Lyrically, it discusses how two lovers meet and are in a moment where they would not want to be elsewhere.


  11. All Hooked Up
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    All Hooked Up (2001)

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    "All Hooked Up" is a song by All Saints, released as the third single from their second album, Saints & Sinners. It peaked at No. 7 in the UK charts. It also was All Saints' last single to be released from the aforementioned album. "All Hooked Up" sold 54,699 copies in the UK alone.


  12. All Saints
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    All Saints (1997)

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    All Saints is the debut studio album by British girl band All Saints. It was released on 24 November 1997 by London Records. All Saints worked with several producers on the album; mainly Cameron McVey, John Benson, Johnny Douglas, Karl "K-Gee" Gordon, Magnus Fiennes, Nellee Hooper, Karen Gibbs and Neville Henry. Musically, the album drew inspiration from electronic, hip hop, R&B, swing, synthpop, trip hop and UK garage music.


  13. Simone Rainford
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    Simone Rainford

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    All Saints are an English-Canadian girl group. Originally founded in 1993 as All Saints 1.9.7.5., the group was re-founded in 1995 as a quartet consisting of British members Melanie Blatt and Shaznay Lewis, and Canadian sisters Natalie and Nicole Appleton. They became one of the most successful pop groups of the 1990s, with nine top ten singles on the UK Singles Chart (including five number-ones), two multi-platinum albums and two gold albums. By 2002, the band had sold in excess of 11 million albums worldwide.


  14. Saints & Sinners
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    Saints & Sinners (2000)

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    Saints & Sinners is the second studio album by British-Canadian girl group All Saints. It was released three years after their debut album, All Saints. The album reached number one in the UK, their only album to do so. Three tracks on the album were produced by William Orbit, best known for his work with Madonna on her Ray of Light album. The album received mixed reviews from music critics, praising the singles and the new direction of music, while some felt it was too similar to the Spice Girls and Madonna's album Ray of Light.


  15. Bootie Call
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    Bootie Call (1998)

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    "Bootie Call" is a song performed by British-Canadian girl group All Saints from their debut album, All Saints (1998). The song was co-written by group member Shaznay Lewis in collaboration with its producer, Karl Gordon. "Bootie Call" was first released on 31 August 1998 by London Records as All Saints' fourth official single. It was released on cassette, CD and 12" format accompanied by a B-side entitled "Get Down" as well as previous hit "I Know Where It's At" and a remix of "Never Ever". "Bootie Call" achieved chart success; topping the UK Singles Chart on 6 September 1998, and at the same time becoming the group's third consecutive number-one hit. The single also performed well internationally; peaking within the top ten in The Netherlands and Ireland, and the top forty in Belgium and Sweden.


  16. War of Nerves
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    War of Nerves (1998)

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    "War of Nerves" is a song by All Saints, which was released as the fifth and final single from their debut album, All Saints. In the UK it peaked at #7 in the charts.


  17. Studio 1
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    Studio 1 (2006)

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    Studio 1 is the third album by the British girl group All Saints. It was released following a five-year hiatus during which the bandmembers had pursued solo careers.


  18. Chick Fit
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    Chick Fit (2007)

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    "Chick Fit" is a song performed by British-Canadian recording girl group All Saints from their third and final studio album Studio 1. It was released as the second and final single from the album on 26 February 2007. The release was originally planned to include a two-part physical but that was cancelled due to the poor sales of Studio 1 and a fall-out between All Saints and their label Parlophone Records. "Chick Fit" was then released as a digital-only single instead. The song was co-written by group member Shaznay Lewis in collaboration with the song's producer Rick Nowels. It has prominent dance-pop, electropop, ska and hip hop musical characteristics. The song is lyrically influenced by feelings of feminism and infatuation.


  19. Red Flag
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    Red Flag (2016)

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    Red Flag is the upcoming fourth studio album by English-Canadian girl group All Saints. It serves as the group's comeback album, being their first in nearly a decade following the release of 2006's Studio 1 which resulted in them being dropped by Parlophone Records. A string of live performances and touring with the Backstreet Boys in 2014 sparked interest within the group to reform and record Red Flag. All Saints collaborated with producers K-Gee, Hutch, The Invisible Men and Utters for the album. The group's former label London Records relaunched especially for the project and are scheduled to release Red Flag on 8 April 2016, preceded by the release of "One Strike" as its lead single on 27 February 2016.


  20. One Strike
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    One Strike (2016)

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    "One Strike" is a song recorded by English-Canadian girl group All Saints for their upcoming fourth studio album, Red Flag (2016). It was written by group member Shaznay Lewis and Hutch, inspired by the breakdown of group member Nicole Appleton's highly-publicised marriage to Oasis and Beady Eye band member Liam Gallagher. The lyrics detail Nicole's emotions when the media revealed to her that Gallagher had an affair and was expecting a child with American journalist Liza Ghorbani. "One Strike" is scheduled to be released by London Records on 27 February 2016 as the group's comeback single, and the lead single from the album.




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