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I Wanna Be the Only One (feat. Bebe Winans) Eternal, BeBe Winans 03:36
Angel of Mine Eternal 04:18
Stay Eternal 03:57
Just a Step from Heaven Eternal 03:55
Someday Eternal 04:21
Stay Eternal 07:28
Good Thing Eternal 03:51
I Am Blessed Eternal 04:21
Power of a Woman Eternal 03:57
Oh Baby I Eternal 04:33

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Eternal remain one of the quintessential British girl bands of the 1990s. They were put together in 1992 by record company executive Denis Ingoldsby with the specific intention of creating the UK's answer to En Vogue, the hugely successful female R&B vocal group from Oakland, California. By and large, Ingoldsby succeeded - Eternal's debut album 'Always and Forever' went four times platinum selling over a million copies and the band subsequently sold over 10 million records worldwide receiving seven Brit Award nominations, achieving 15 top 20 hits and winning a MOBO Award along the way with their number one hit 'I Wanna Be the Only One'.

At the height of their success Eternal were rarely out of the music press or the tabloids, especially when Louise Nurding decided to leave prior to the second album to pursue a solo career. Nurding's departure did little to curb the band's wave of success and their second album 'Power of a Woman', released in 1995 and recorded as a trio, spawned four hit singles and reached number six in the UK Albums Chart. By 1998 it all started to unravel when Kéllé Bryan was controversially sacked from the band and her replacement, TJ Arlette lasted less than a week. Their fourth album 'Eternal' charted at a disappointing number 87 and the band were dropped by EMI effectively terminating Eternal's run of success. The band reunited as a trio in 2013, performing their final gig at London's Hammersmith Apollo.