BuzzJack

Welcome, guest! Log in or register. (click here for help)

 
Post reply to this threadCreate a new thread
> Solid Harmonie- Two
Track this thread | Email this thread | Print this thread | Download this thread | Subscribe to this forum
Sean.
post 22nd February 2022, 06:09 PM
Post #1
Group icon
BuzzJack Enthusiast
Joined: 5 August 2021
Posts: 543
User: 134,991

For those who do not know, Solid Harmonie were basically a female Backstreet Boys in the 90s with typical Max Martin melodies. I'll be there for you is still a great pop song and a must listen for pop fans. Consisting of one of the girls from 'The Honeyz' it seems they are back. The album could quite easily have been released in 1999 and has some massive choruses and middle eights. Can't believe my eyes could be the twin of 'never had a dream come true'. Not sure what they are doing back and came upon this somehow however it is brilliant. Nothing on Google even about a comeback. They had a No1 album in Holland in 1997 it seems..enjoy.

https://open.spotify.com/album/7pLs3kBB6FVP...ource=copy-link


This post has been edited by Sean.: 22nd February 2022, 06:10 PM
Go to the top of this page
 
+Quote this post
tommie
post 22nd February 2022, 06:15 PM
Post #2
Group icon
BuzzJack Platinum Member
Joined: 7 January 2009
Posts: 7,064
User: 8,073

Huh, seems to be really odd how they've made no waves at all even in the smallest pop communities.

They released a single in 2014 called Circus:


TWO seems to be released under ToCo Asia Ltd. So I assume they might have some sort of deal there?

Huhm, their official Instagram is linking to The 004 aka a former DenDen user who had a "pop group": https://www.instagram.com/solidharmonie/

Random.

ToCo has uploaded the album here:

There's supposed to be a limited edition cd, but I haven't seen it. This is very very weird and slightly off.


This post has been edited by tommie: 22nd February 2022, 06:22 PM
Go to the top of this page
 
+Quote this post
Sean.
post 22nd February 2022, 06:17 PM
Post #3
Group icon
BuzzJack Enthusiast
Joined: 5 August 2021
Posts: 543
User: 134,991

Have just found something on twitter. I assumed this was new due to the cover but it was their unreleased second album due out in 1999.

It is odd they never made it...especially with Max Martin on board.
Go to the top of this page
 
+Quote this post
tommie
post 22nd February 2022, 06:27 PM
Post #4
Group icon
BuzzJack Platinum Member
Joined: 7 January 2009
Posts: 7,064
User: 8,073

Here's the limited edition cd for anyone interested: https://storm3music.com/webshop.html#!/...29--release-tba
Go to the top of this page
 
+Quote this post
Sean.
post 22nd February 2022, 06:32 PM
Post #5
Group icon
BuzzJack Enthusiast
Joined: 5 August 2021
Posts: 543
User: 134,991

I may purchase to show some support. Any pure pop fans need to listen to 'I'll be there for you', pop heaven!

Solid Harmonie- I'll be there for you. Youtube


This post has been edited by Sean.: 22nd February 2022, 06:34 PM
Go to the top of this page
 
+Quote this post
tommie
post 23rd February 2022, 05:36 AM
Post #6
Group icon
BuzzJack Platinum Member
Joined: 7 January 2009
Posts: 7,064
User: 8,073

Did a bit of further research and it seems that the Circus track is a Elisa solo track (feat Solid HarmoniE) that was included on an eight track EP she released, also under Asia ToCo. It seems like that's how this all came about I guess.
Go to the top of this page
 
+Quote this post
Sean.
post 23rd February 2022, 08:05 AM
Post #7
Group icon
BuzzJack Enthusiast
Joined: 5 August 2021
Posts: 543
User: 134,991

Found this info on Reddit about Two, quite interesting:

This album was originally recorded for and scheduled to be released in 2000 under Jive Records as a trio between Beki Russo, Elisa Aaron and Jenilca Giusti, as Melissa Graham and Mariama Potts had left the group since their debut album was released in 1997.

Jive Records being what it was under Lou Pearlman's leadership… yeah. Around this time the teen pop bubble had burst, TransContinental was exposed, it was a mess. Solid HarmoniE were unfortunate victims as the album was shelved and some of the cuts were shopped around to other acts.

For instance, "World Without You" was given to Wild Orchid for their Fire album, featuring a pre-Black Eyed Peas Fergie, and "Intuition" was featured on LIZ's Planet Y2K album in 2019.

Officially, the album is registered under Dutch label Storm3 Recordings, and I'm not really sure what the future of SHE is, much less if there is a future, but I'm delighted to see a lost artefact of the millennium teen pop era I value deeply finally seeing the light of day.
Go to the top of this page
 
+Quote this post


Post reply to this threadCreate a new thread

1 user(s) reading this thread
+ 1 guest(s) and 0 anonymous user(s)


 

Time is now: 18th July 2024, 05:42 AM