Sweet Female Attitude

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Sweet Female Attitude was a UK garage duo, consisting of Leanne Brown and Catherine Cassidy,[1] who are considered a one-hit wonder in the United Kingdom. Their April 2000 single "Flowers", with music video directed by Pete Nilsen and Ryan Davids, made it to number two in the UK Singles Chart. It went on to be the 37th biggest selling single of that year, but the October follow-up, "8 Days A Week", stalled at number 43.[1] One of the band's managers was Jules de Martino who would later achieve success as a member of the band, The Ting Tings.

A further follow-up, 2001's "Don't Tell Me", was only released in Germany. November 2001 saw their album, In Person, again released only in Germany. A fourth single, "Liquid Emotion", was due to follow the album, but was pulled from release.

"Flowers" has been included on several Pure Garage compilation albums. Their songs "Nothing To Lose", "Dreamin'" and a remix of "Flowers" by Cutfather & Joe were added to the song list of the Xbox 360 game, Dead or Alive Xtreme 2.

Discography[edit]

In Person[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Flowers"   3:50
2. "8 Days A Week"   4:48
3. "Don't Tell Me"   3:31
4. "Rose"   3:54
5. "Nothing To Lose"   3:20
6. "Ready For Love"   4:06
7. "DJ Play It"   5:09
8. "Dreamin'"   3:29
9. "Best Friend"   6:11
10. "New Love"   3:40
11. "8 Days A Week (Acoustic)"   3:10
12. "Flowers (Cutfather & Joe Mix)"   3:58

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 543. ISBN 1-904994-10-5. 

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