The Good Girls
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The Good Girls (Shireen Crutchfield, Joyce Tolbert, and DeMonica Santiago) were recording artist for Motown Records, and were groomed as a contemporary version of The Supremes with a more urban sound. The group's debut album "All for Your Love," influenced heavily by Teddy Riley's "New Jack Swing" movement, was released 1989, producing the hit single Your Sweetness which peaked to #6 on Billboard's "Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles".
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Your Sweetness - (4:03) - 139 plays
- Just Call Me - (5:18) - 24 plays
- Just Call Me [John's Backdoor Boogie Remix Edit] - (4:07) - 9 plays
- It Must Be Love - (4:29) - 75 plays
- I Need Your Love - (5:00) - 35 plays
- Since I Fell For You - (4:30) - 18 plays
- I Don't Want To Lose Your Love - (4:06) - 7 plays
- All For Your Love - (4:52) - 17 plays
- Good Girls - (0:52) - 5 plays
- You Ain't Nobody - (3:53) - 10 plays
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