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The London four-piece’s second outing welcomed in the new millennium with a mature, crisp sound courtesy of electronic production from William Orbit. The washed-out prettiness of "Pure Shores" and “Black Coffee”’s poetic longing perfectly reflects the album’s whirlpool of bleeps, giddy melodies and intimate harmonies, but their sexy R&B isn’t totally abandoned. “All Hooked Up”—full of turntable scratches, sirens and samples—is a strutting, slithery pop beast and “Ha Ha” perfectly showcases one of the UK’s best ever girl band’s mischief and grown-up appeal.

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I Love Pure Shores and All Saints

Pure Shores recently came on the album not to long ago and I remember the song from the movie "The Beach" and I love it so much. It reminds me of good times


Their sound is amazing

Better than the first... or the third...

This second album is a pretty solid effort, and did quite well in the UK if I remember correctly, despite having faded into obscurity (the group dissolved just months after its release). Singles Black Coffee and Pure Shores are the strongest tracks on here, but Dreams and Surrender are great to chill out to. All Hooked Up and Love Is Love are fun also.


Formed: 1993 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Those less familiar with pop music would be forgiven for confusing All Saints with another hotly tipped music property of their era, the Spice Girls. The four members of All Saints could nearly have served as Spice Girls body doubles in a lineup, with two brunettes, one blonde, and one member of West Indian descent. While the Spice Girls were all about pure pop and image, the All Saints were music aficionados with a softer, more sophisticated brand tied less to their looks than to their music. The...
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