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Toutes Les Filles

Discussion in 'Comeback corner' started by MilkyBarKid, Feb 12, 2007.

  1. Does anyone know if Toutes Les Filles recorded any other tracks apart from "That's What Love Can Do"??

    Milky x
  2. I loved those crazy days of serial pop group members.

    Didn't one of these go on to be a member of [email protected] and following that, have a crack at Eurovision as part of another girlgroup called Honeytrap?

    What was that track like?
  3. Ragestar

    Ragestar Guest

    i remember seeing these at a roadshow.
    they signed my sisters Buffalo boots!
  4. That's amazing!! Has she still got them?? I hope so.

    Milky x
  5. I've got another Toutes Les Filles track. It's either a b-side to their single or was on one of those CD's they used to give away free with Smash Hits and the like. It's r'nb' lite and nowhere near as good as That's What Love Can do but it's still a good song.
  6. ooh i loved thats what love can do. I think they had 2 b-sides on one of the CDs. I got them both i'll check when I have a chance to visit my cd archive at my parents!
  7. Ragestar

    Ragestar Guest

    they were also signed by Dannii Minogue, Su Pollard, Alf Stewart from Home and Away, Bodger (friend of Badger) and Jez Edwards.

    i remember the one song, and it was really catchy.
    the problem back then was that there was so much pop that you just couldn't get noticed...
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    they were also signed by Dannii Minogue, Su Pollard, Alf Stewart from Home and Away, Bodger (friend of Badger) and Jez Edwards.
    They might be the campest boots in the entire history of the world.

    I assume "Jez Edwards" is that ape faced primate that used to present CITV rather than Jeremy "Stevens Shagger" Edwards.
  9. Ragestar

    Ragestar Guest

    yes it is the monkeylike one.
    the other one will forever be known as "mah bwoy" thanks to Kenzie.
  10. I discovered these girl while watching old PWL videos on youtube. Pure 90s pop cheese!
  11. 'That's What Love Can Do' was an amazing slab of 90's pop girlbandry. What a shame there was never a follow up.

    They were clearly the most generous band of all time too. Aside from the revelations of Buffalo boot signing, they inexplicably sent sweets with their logo on to members of their mailing list, the Christmas after the release of That's What Love Can Do. I'm quite concerned that I may still have them mutating in my loft somewhere.
  12. That's not quite as good as the Gina G chocolate bar I received to promote "Fresh" (the album), linking into the fact that she was covered in chocolate on the cover! I think it might have been Cadbury's too!
  13. Oh yeah - I got the Gina chocolate bar (and I'm a marketing group's dream, cos I scoffed up the choc and rushed out to get the album!) - wasn't it around about easter time 10 yrs ago?

    Jeez. How old do I feel?
  14. Not as old as me when I heard a child say to its mother the other day "Who are the Spice girls?"
  15. Tribal Spaceman

    Tribal Spaceman Oh, OK.

    good grief.

    i heard someone say "did you know that billie piper used to be a singer?"
  16. vasilios

    vasilios Guest

    That's no worse than most people saying "Girls Aloud who" cause they never had a hit in Greece!
  17. I remember seeing Toutes Les Filles on 'Select' (or The Box or whatever) for the first time and I misheard what the host called them.I thought she said their name was 'Two Left Feet'.
    I loved the single - not quite as good as BoyKrazy but still good enough to be a hit.That song should have been a hit for someone !
    The tracks on TLF single were :
    1.That's What Love Can Do Radio Edit.
    2.That's What Love Can Do WIP Whipped Up To Funk Mix.
    3.Down 4 Love.

    As good as it was,i MUCH preferred Sheryl Jay solo single (released before TLF) - a cover of Lisa Lisa & Cult Jams 'Let The Beat Hit 'Em'.
    It.Is.Fantaaaaaaaastc.She transformed it.Very Whigfield.Love it love it love it.I love it,I tells ya.
    I want more Sheryl Jay solo singles !!!
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