Juice (Danish band)

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Origin Denmark
Genres R&B, Pop
Years active 1995-2000
Labels EMI-Medley
Past members Anne Rani (1995-2000)
Lena Tahara (1995-1998)
Maria Hamer (1995-2000)
Eve Horne (1998-2000)

Juice was a Danish R&B musical group that was established in 1995 and included Anne Rani,[1] Lena Tahara and Maria Hamer (aka Maria Jensen).[2] They were signed to EMI-Medley. Lena Tahara left in 1998 and was replaced by Eve Horne. The group's producers included Carsten Soulshock, Peter Biker and Kenneth Karlin. The group disbanded in August 2000 after two successful albums.

The group became very prominent particularly with their debut album Something to Feel that sold 40,000 copies in 1997. Singles included "Best Days" and "I'll Come Running" that charted in Danish Singles Chart and entered the UK Singles Chart at number 28.

In 1999, the band released their second album Can We Get Personal?. It also took part in the Christmas hit "Let Love Be Love" alongside S.O.A.P., Christina Undhjem featuring Remee. It reached No. 18 in the Danish Charts.[3]




  • 1997: "I'll Come Runnin'"
  • 1998: "Best Days"
  • 1999: "Let Love Be Love" (S.O.A.P., Juice, Christina featuring Remee)
  • 1999: "Not in Love"
  • 2000: "My Love"


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