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En Vogue: Then

Frequently compared to The Supremes, En Vogue combined the glamour of '60s girl groups with the powerful sound of a new generation. Formed in Oakland, Calif., in 1988, En Vogue -- made up of (from left to right) Dawn Robinson, Cindy Herron, Maxine Jones, and Terry Ellis -- achieved instant success with their first single, "Hold On" in 1990. Their sophomore album, "Funky Divas" (1992), wasn't just an accurate description of the group -- it was a multi-platinum hit, with singles like "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)" and "Free Your Mind." The quartet seemed like they were everywhere in their early-90s heyday -- from Diet Coke commercials to Sesame Street to Bill Clinton's inauguration.

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