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British boy band 911 was formed in 1995 by singers Spike Dawbarn and Jimmy Constable, who met as dancers on the television series The Hitman and Her; with the addition of third vocalist Lee Brennan, the group recorded their debut single, "Night to Remember," cracking the British Top 40 in early 1996. The follow-up, "Love Sensation," was an even bigger hit, and with "Don't Make Me Wait," 911 scored the first in a series of ten consecutive Top Ten entries, which also included "Bodyshakin'," "The Journey" (the title track of their 1997 debut LP), "More Than a Woman," and the chart-topping "A Little Bit More." 911's sophomore album, Moving On, followed in 1998, and in early 1999 the trio issued the covers collection There It Is.