Solid Harmonie (stylised as Solid HarmoniE, also known as SHE) are a British pop girl group. The group was moderately successful, releasing five singles and a self-titled album, before disbanding in 2000. They had the most success in the Netherlands where their album went to No. 1 in the album charts and was certified gold. Also the single "I Want You to Want Me" peaked at #4 in the Dutch single charts. They sold over a million records worldwide.
Solid Harmonie's debut album was heavy influenced by teen pop, which was made famous and popular by similar artists such as the more successful Spice Girls, credited for being the pioneers that paved the way for the commercial breakthrough of teen pop in the late 1990s, Backstreet Boys or N Sync. Teen pop songwriter pioneer Max Martin wrote the most songs of Solid Harmonie. The band's unreleased second album had more of R&B influence rather than their previous girlband scheme included songs produced by such heavyweights as Tony Battaglia, Billy Chapin and Andy Goldmark.
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