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B*Witched

B*Witched

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Album Review

The Dublin-based teen quartet B*Witched often comes off like a junior Spice Girls with its bouncy beats, singalong tunes and chipper attitude on its self-titled debut album. And with songs that span the Spicy gamut from starry-eyed ballads ("To You I Belong") to radio-ready pop ("Blame It On the Weatherman"), plus the fact that they all dress like Sporty Spice, make it difficult to think of them as anything but teenaged Spice knock-offs. Yet, the Celtic influences (like fiddles and tin whistles) reflect their Irish heritage, allowing some individuality to seep in, even though they're often drowned in an ocean of gloss. The best songs here — "C'est La Vie" and "Rollercoaster" — are still able to yield sugary pop morsels fit to chew on for a few minutes.

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The youngest girl group ever to notch a number one single on the UK pop charts, Ireland's teen quartet B*Witched comprised vocalist Edele Lynch, her guitar-playing twin sister Keavy, keyboardist Sinead O'Caroll and guitarist Lindsay Armaou. Drawing inspiration from the success of the Lynch sisters' brother Shane — a member of Boyzone — the group took to extensive rehearsal and writing sessions before signing with the Glow Worm label, headed by producer Ray Hedges (known for his work with...
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