10 Girl Groups From the 90’s Who Were On Fire!

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The 90's were an amazing decade for fashion and music.  It was also the decade where girl groups took over.  As we listen to current pop trends (which are heavily influenced by the 1990's) it reminds us, just how much we miss those girl power movements.  Mommynoire took a trip down memory lane and found some of the biggest girl groups of the 90's who were on fire.  Hit the flip to see our favorites!

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  • tintin

    man the music in the 90s was nice. i miss those type of artists. They were more real, more original. To this day I still listen to these albums, all of these albums I have even Cleopatra.

  • goodmusic

    I used to luv total,they should come back ,they were up there with swv and tlc…i miss the 90s ,those were the days.

  • goodmusic

    They missed xscape and 3lv?

  • Art

    What happened to en vogue?

  • http://www.facebook.com/michelle.thornton.37 Michelle Thornton

    Why you guys don’t have the video’s up with the group like you have with everyone else you do?

  • cellyb2000

    I can always count on madam/mommy noire to evoke feelings of nostalgia.

  • http://www.facebook.com/complexsimplicity1 Ryan Leslie

    Allure was the best. Those ladies just had the sweet harmonies that would make you melt. Actually they still do!!

  • blacklotus33

    what in the world… LOL no EN VOGUE you’ve got to be kidding me. Them and Xscape were the most talented!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/John-Smith/100003026114865 John Smith

    Yawn. Boring tripe, every single one of them.

    The only all-woman band of the 1990s worth listening to is Shonen Knife. The group still exists and performs. Unlike the “singers” of the groups ten listed, Shonen Knife play their own instruments and write their own songs.

  • G K

    What a trip down memory lane! :)

    As for TLC, they aren’t just “considered” one of the biggest groups of all time — they ARE the best-selling R&B female group of all time, and the second-best-selling female group (in all categories) of all time. Kind of a big deal! :)

  • mrzmlm

    Changing Faces, En Vogue and Xscape would have been great additions to this list