Country of origin:
Type of music generally:
Mainstream pop, dance pop
Most recent release, go all out (2001)
Band currently has no known web presence as of 5/11
Britney Spears, Madonna's danciest stuff, generic dance pop
Covers and co-written material
Generic dance pop. Canada's answer to Britney Spears. They're 18 and 14. Ay yi yi. A crack up. Carefully produced for extreme catchiness. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Recommended first album:
go all out is their debut
go all out (2001)
2001—Kick Ass Records—KACD 1667
Recommended for dance pop fans only
Kimmy Moffit, Alithea Watters, Daniella Watters—vocals
Adam Alexander, Chris Perry—programming/instruments
You can tell they're Canadian because they offer a French version of the track they're aiming for radio hit on: "You're Not Gonna Score". Silly and fun if you're into that kind of music at all. They have decent voices and clearly are enjoying themselves, they sing with such verve. The album is pretty uneven. "You're Not Gonna Score" is the best track. "Going Going Gone", "Go All Out" and "Gonna Get U" are pretty fun, but "Nothing In This World" is a waste of the effects especially the vocorder and "Name In The Sand" sounds a little too much like a high-school talent contest entry. (email@example.com)
Thanks to Sophia Gurley for work on this entry.
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