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Pure Shores Pure Shores
4:28
Never Ever All Hits
6:27
Black Coffee Black Coffee
4:49
Black Coffee All Hits - Special Edition
4:49
Pure Shores All Hits - Special Edition
4:28
Pure Shores (From "The Beach") Now That's What I Call Movies
4:21
All Hooked Up (Single Version) All Hits
3:49
Black Coffee All Hits
4:49
Never Ever (All Star Remix) All Saints
3:59
Under The Bridge All Saints
5:01

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Formed: 1993 (21 years ago)


Biography

The group came together in 1993 when Melanie Blatt and Shaznay Lewis Began recording and writing at a studio on All Saints Road, in London’s Ladbroke Grove. The duo hooked up with R... Read more

The group came together in 1993 when Melanie Blatt and Shaznay Lewis Began recording and writing at a studio on All Saints Road, in London’s Ladbroke Grove. The duo hooked up with R&B vocalist Simone Rainford and released a single for ZTT Records in 1995, then parted ways with Rainford and were dumped by the label. Undeterred, Blatt and Lewis recruited native Canadian Nicole Appleton and later her big sister Natalie, to make All Saints a quartet.

With the help of friend Karl Gordon, All Saints recorded a demo of the song ‘I Know Where It’s At’ New manager John Benson signed the girls to London Records and connected them with top flight procurers Nellee Hooper and Cameron McVey. Fully recorded, ‘I Know Where It’s At’ hit number four on the British charts and crossed over throughout Europe and Asia

By 1997, All Saints had reached the top spot with their second single ‘Never Ever’. The quartet released their self-titled debut album in November 1997 and began to grow in American as well, hitting the Top 40 with ‘I Know Where It’s At’. By 1998, All Saints was certified platinum in the US and five times platinum in the UK, but rumours of the split between the group started to brew. Melanie Blatt was expecting her first child to Jamiroquai’s Stuart Zender and gossip claimed she was leaving All Saints. Nicole Appleton was also rumoured to have walked out of the band after the group failed to show up for the Smash Hits Poll Winners celebration that year.

In early 2000, their William Orbit produced single ‘Pure Shores’ was included on the sound track to the Leonardo DiCaprio film, The Beach. Countless festival shows across the UK also redefined All Saints’ staying power despite their shaky unit. The long-awaited album Saints and Sinners was finally issued in October 2000, boosting second single ‘Black Coffee’ into the charts, but still trouble loomed ahead. By the start of 2001, tours of Japan and Australia were cancelled and in February 2001, the split was finalized.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

The group came together in 1993 when Melanie Blatt and Shaznay Lewis Began recording and writing at a studio on All Saints Road, in London’s Ladbroke Grove. The duo hooked up with R&B vocalist Simone Rainford and released a single for ZTT Records in 1995, then parted ways with Rainford and were dumped by the label. Undeterred, Blatt and Lewis recruited native Canadian Nicole Appleton and later her big sister Natalie, to make All Saints a quartet.

With the help of friend Karl Gordon, All Saints recorded a demo of the song ‘I Know Where It’s At’ New manager John Benson signed the girls to London Records and connected them with top flight procurers Nellee Hooper and Cameron McVey. Fully recorded, ‘I Know Where It’s At’ hit number four on the British charts and crossed over throughout Europe and Asia

By 1997, All Saints had reached the top spot with their second single ‘Never Ever’. The quartet released their self-titled debut album in November 1997 and began to grow in American as well, hitting the Top 40 with ‘I Know Where It’s At’. By 1998, All Saints was certified platinum in the US and five times platinum in the UK, but rumours of the split between the group started to brew. Melanie Blatt was expecting her first child to Jamiroquai’s Stuart Zender and gossip claimed she was leaving All Saints. Nicole Appleton was also rumoured to have walked out of the band after the group failed to show up for the Smash Hits Poll Winners celebration that year.

In early 2000, their William Orbit produced single ‘Pure Shores’ was included on the sound track to the Leonardo DiCaprio film, The Beach. Countless festival shows across the UK also redefined All Saints’ staying power despite their shaky unit. The long-awaited album Saints and Sinners was finally issued in October 2000, boosting second single ‘Black Coffee’ into the charts, but still trouble loomed ahead. By the start of 2001, tours of Japan and Australia were cancelled and in February 2001, the split was finalized.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

The group came together in 1993 when Melanie Blatt and Shaznay Lewis Began recording and writing at a studio on All Saints Road, in London’s Ladbroke Grove. The duo hooked up with R&B vocalist Simone Rainford and released a single for ZTT Records in 1995, then parted ways with Rainford and were dumped by the label. Undeterred, Blatt and Lewis recruited native Canadian Nicole Appleton and later her big sister Natalie, to make All Saints a quartet.

With the help of friend Karl Gordon, All Saints recorded a demo of the song ‘I Know Where It’s At’ New manager John Benson signed the girls to London Records and connected them with top flight procurers Nellee Hooper and Cameron McVey. Fully recorded, ‘I Know Where It’s At’ hit number four on the British charts and crossed over throughout Europe and Asia

By 1997, All Saints had reached the top spot with their second single ‘Never Ever’. The quartet released their self-titled debut album in November 1997 and began to grow in American as well, hitting the Top 40 with ‘I Know Where It’s At’. By 1998, All Saints was certified platinum in the US and five times platinum in the UK, but rumours of the split between the group started to brew. Melanie Blatt was expecting her first child to Jamiroquai’s Stuart Zender and gossip claimed she was leaving All Saints. Nicole Appleton was also rumoured to have walked out of the band after the group failed to show up for the Smash Hits Poll Winners celebration that year.

In early 2000, their William Orbit produced single ‘Pure Shores’ was included on the sound track to the Leonardo DiCaprio film, The Beach. Countless festival shows across the UK also redefined All Saints’ staying power despite their shaky unit. The long-awaited album Saints and Sinners was finally issued in October 2000, boosting second single ‘Black Coffee’ into the charts, but still trouble loomed ahead. By the start of 2001, tours of Japan and Australia were cancelled and in February 2001, the split was finalized.

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