With the notable exception of Take That, East 17 were the most successful teen-oriented dance-pop band in Britain of the early '90s. Led by songwriter Tony Mortimer, the group initially tried to emulate American rap and hip-hop, before settling down into a commercial fusion of new...
|Styles:||Club/Dance, Dance-Pop, House, Teen Pop, Pop, Adult Contemporary|
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|Take That ||Robbie Williams ||Boyzone ||Spice Girls |
|All Saints ||Maarja ||Bros ||Human Nature |