Post a forgotten boyband hit

Joined
Apr 30, 2004
Messages
84,961
I always thought Color Me Badd had 2 songs and disappeared but it appears they did quite well through the early 90s, albeit less successful

discovered this recently which is a nice PM Dawn sounding bop

 

Baby It’s Cold OutSynk

Light me up put me on top
Joined
Aug 16, 2010
Messages
13,165
Location
halfway between fantasy and reality
Does anyone remember B3?
s-l400.jpg


They had some songs too and were successful in Germany.
 

ChristmasAddict

You’ve got the Yuletide habit
Joined
Jan 25, 2016
Messages
401
I'm not sure if this GHD sponsored body positivity ANTHAM was even a hit but it was clearly the inspiration for "Born This Way", so is worth a post.

(Skip to 40 seconds in)

 
Last edited:

ChristmasAddict

You’ve got the Yuletide habit
Joined
Jan 25, 2016
Messages
401
For some reason, Louis Walsh thought a twin vampire version of Todd from Coronation Street, who share an autumnal love interest, would be a massive success.




Ironically, they ended up selling sunbeds.
 

GALA

rebel heart
Joined
Jul 27, 2011
Messages
30,875
Location
1997
I'm not sure if this GHD sponsored body positivity ANTHAM was even a hit but it was clearly the inspiration for "Born This Way", so is worth a post.

(Skip to 40 seconds in)



That is quite a pre-Phixx fix.

I also get a whiff of I Don't Care on top of the obvious pong of BTW.
 

ChristmasAddict

You’ve got the Yuletide habit
Joined
Jan 25, 2016
Messages
401
I have a soft spot for this Dieter Bohlen produced hot mess.



Oh, I loved this ropey lot, they were forever on BRAVO TV. I remember a remix on the CD single ripping off paying homage to Cher's "Believe".




Dieter Bohlen really had the knack for a MODERN everything-including-the-kitchen-sink boyband sound in '97. This is rather :disco:




The ludicrously titled "Dinner in Heaven" is also worth a mention. OLD DEETS truly was ECLECTIC in his influences.

 

ChristmasAddict

You’ve got the Yuletide habit
Joined
Jan 25, 2016
Messages
401
It APPEARS that they reunited in 2015 with an up-to-date Sinitta style reimagining of the hits and TWO Johnny Shentalls replacing the other three.




NO THANKS I'll stick with the memories.
 

Users who are viewing this thread

Top Bottom