A-Teens

The A-Teens are a pop group from Stockholm, Sweden, formed in 1998. They were first called the ABBA Teens, but a member of ABBA said that he would sue if they did not change their name. Therefore, not wanting to cause a confrontation with their musical predecessor and icon, they shortened their name to A-Teens. In 1999, they released their first album ABBA Generation consisting of ABBA covers. After they released their second album, Teen Spirit, a year later, they toured in the US with American pop star Aaron Carter. Their penultimate album in the US, Pop 'til you drop, also known in Europe and Asia as New Arrival, was released in 2002. The group went on tour with Play and LYNT that year. Finally, their lastest album Greatest Hits was released in Europe in 2004, leaving their American fans waiting for the lastest installment in A-Teens albums. In this album, they have a couple new songs, including a cover of Nick Kamen's single "I Promised Myself". Like many before them, the A-Teens have not achieved success like ABBA has, but then again, what ABBA had was something rare and very hard to recreate.

In late 2004, Dhani Lennevald released his first single as a solo artist titled "Girl Talk".

Their video for the ABBA cover "Dancing Queen" bears an unmistakable likeness plotwise to the 1985 John Hughes film "The Breakfast Club". In addition the principal in the movie and in the video is played by the same actor.

Members

  • Marie Eleonor Serneholt (picture) (http://czech.jinak.cz/lars/php/news/images/startup/marie_serneholt_1.jpg), born July 11, 1983
  • Amit Sebastian Paul (picture) (http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0UgDdAp0a4WsxrM8RQ2hTc3gmv88muUjdn6dVTf927Rlvnv8rPES3*I4UMUID6KDFsg5TbK0j!lXq91qeKcOyZFiXI90utJ0ws32YhZJgT1TXDdWuSdqyVHpOSPWPUyDw/Image43.jpg), born October 29, 1983. Amit is half-Indian and half-Swedish.
  • John Dhani Lennevald (picture) (http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0ZgD*ApcgrJKl5Y5SZ74TNOuX5wWVrQ66XiO6T0!q4EtbrZzhvk7JqWnvhRk2f6umZxKgR3SdamtemC9Ysw2dwMlRxlFTJhQYDolqGJnLseywTtTez!8r3EySByV9bI0VgGNfVoyaQnL!FTp5v2DWsw/Namnl%C3%B6st-10%20kopiera0.jpg), born July 24, 1984 in Stockholm. Dhani is the tallest in the group, and has blond hair and blue eyes.
  • Sara Helena Lumholdt (picture) (http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0UQDxAlwag1fGppdDJ*nXTBehOfpqDM3rd3rjZ5xG8Bjh6uCG2bjTbz3yuXZiLnwrZDrLOnA2C9OovckuLsw*3jmo2Ta5T9cCxbDi!bi3zpjuuWqkfsffC!ZbMcZ3w2P*/sara13.jpg), born October 25, 1984 at Karolinska Hospital, Solna. Sara is the youngest and smallest member of the group, and is a brunette. Sara has herpetophobia.

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In addition the principal in the movie and in the video is played by the same actor. He liked names that began with "Aero" and decided that "Aerosmith" was his favorite combination. Their video for the ABBA cover "Dancing Queen" bears an unmistakable likeness plotwise to the 1985 John Hughes film "The Breakfast Club". According to their biography "Walk this Way", drummer Joey Kramer came up with the name in high school when coming up with cool band names. In late 2004, Dhani Lennevald released his first single as a solo artist titled "Girl Talk". Aerosmith claims that their name has no relationship to this book. Like many before them, the A-Teens have not achieved success like ABBA has, but then again, what ABBA had was something rare and very hard to recreate. Sinclair Lewis (1885-1951) wrote Arrowsmith.

In this album, they have a couple new songs, including a cover of Nick Kamen's single "I Promised Myself". "Blind Man". Finally, their lastest album Greatest Hits was released in Europe in 2004, leaving their American fans waiting for the lastest installment in A-Teens albums. 12/24/1994 #49 The Billboard Hot 100. The group went on tour with Play and LYNT that year. "Janie s Got A Gun". After they released their second album, Teen Spirit, a year later, they toured in the US with American pop star Aaron Carter. Their penultimate album in the US, Pop 'til you drop, also known in Europe and Asia as New Arrival, was released in 2002. 12/23/1989 #29 The Billboard Hot 100.

In 1999, they released their first album ABBA Generation consisting of ABBA covers. Honkin' on Bobo continues to be a success for the resurgeance of blues and roots music across the US and Europe and was followed up by the accompanying live DVD in December 2004. Therefore, not wanting to cause a confrontation with their musical predecessor and icon, they shortened their name to A-Teens. Their long-promised blues album, Honkin' on Bobo was released March 30, 2004 on Columbia. They were first called the ABBA Teens, but a member of ABBA said that he would sue if they did not change their name. The band entered its next decade with 'Just Push Play' in 2001, which charted well. The A-Teens are a pop group from Stockholm, Sweden, formed in 1998. However, Aerosmith's biggest hit of the '90s, and its only #1 single to date, was the love theme from the film Armageddon, I Don't Want to Miss a Thing (conceived by Joe Perry and Diane Warren, although Warren did get songwriting credit).

Sara has herpetophobia. This was followed by a series of late 1990s albums that sold respectably, but have shown the beginning of a second decline in popularity and critical respect. Sara is the youngest and smallest member of the group, and is a brunette. The reviews were mixed, and Nine Lives fell down the charts quickly. Sara Helena Lumholdt (picture) (http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0UQDxAlwag1fGppdDJ*nXTBehOfpqDM3rd3rjZ5xG8Bjh6uCG2bjTbz3yuXZiLnwrZDrLOnA2C9OovckuLsw*3jmo2Ta5T9cCxbDi!bi3zpjuuWqkfsffC!ZbMcZ3w2P*/sara13.jpg), born October 25, 1984 at Karolinska Hospital, Solna. The next album was Nine Lives, and was plagued with personnel problems, including the firing of manager Tim Collins. Dhani is the tallest in the group, and has blond hair and blue eyes. Aerosmith signed to Columbia Records in the early 1990s, but had to complete two contractual albums for Geffen before recording for the new label.

John Dhani Lennevald (picture) (http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0ZgD*ApcgrJKl5Y5SZ74TNOuX5wWVrQ66XiO6T0!q4EtbrZzhvk7JqWnvhRk2f6umZxKgR3SdamtemC9Ysw2dwMlRxlFTJhQYDolqGJnLseywTtTez!8r3EySByV9bI0VgGNfVoyaQnL!FTp5v2DWsw/Namnl%C3%B6st-10%20kopiera0.jpg), born July 24, 1984 in Stockholm. The true comeback album, however, was Pump, featuring three Top Ten singles in "Janie's Got a Gun", "What It Takes" and "Love in an Elevator". Get a Grip (1993) was just as successful, reestablishing Aerosmith as a serious musical force again. Amit is half-Indian and half-Swedish. The group's next release was Permanent Vacation (1987), which included "Dude (Looks Like a Lady)", "Rag Doll" and "Angel". Amit Sebastian Paul (picture) (http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0UgDdAp0a4WsxrM8RQ2hTc3gmv88muUjdn6dVTf927Rlvnv8rPES3*I4UMUID6KDFsg5TbK0j!lXq91qeKcOyZFiXI90utJ0ws32YhZJgT1TXDdWuSdqyVHpOSPWPUyDw/Image43.jpg), born October 29, 1983. By the time the album was released, Tyler and Perry had exited rehab and the group appeared on Run D.M.C.'s massively successful cover of "Walk This Way", blending rock and roll and hip hop, and thereby beginning Aerosmith's comeback. Marie Eleonor Serneholt (picture) (http://czech.jinak.cz/lars/php/news/images/startup/marie_serneholt_1.jpg), born July 11, 1983. 1985 saw the release of Done With Mirrors, which fared much better than any previous Aerosmith album since the late 1970s.

Tyler collapsed onstage due to drug problems early in tour. A reunion tour was scheduled in 1984 after the return of Perry and Whitford. After replacing the two ex-members first with longtime band friend and songwriter Richie Supa followed by Jimmy Crespo and Rick Dufay, Aerosmith released its mammoth-selling Greatest Hits album in 1980, followed by a relative failure, Rock in a Hard Place. Joe Perry also left the band, followed by Brad Whitford.

Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. While continuing to tour and release a few more albums in the late 1970s, Aerosmith acted in the movie version of Sgt. The next album, Draw the Line, was not as successful as the previous releases. Aerosmith's next album, Rocks, went platinum swiftly and featured two FM hits, "Back in the Saddle" and "Last Child".

Both of the band's previous albums recharted. Part heavy metal, part glam rock and part punk music, Toys in the Attic was an immediate success, starting with the single "Sweet Emotion", then a successful rerelease of "Dream On" and a new song from the album, "Walk This Way". It was 1975's Toys in the Attic that established Aerosmith as international stars. After constant touring, the band released Get Your Wings (1974), which did quite well on the charts.

After some local success doing live shows, Aerosmith signed with Columbia Records in 1972 and issued a debut album, Aerosmith that included a minor hit single, "Dream On". Tyler, who was originally a drummer and singer, became a full-time vocalist when drummer Joey Kramer joined. The original lineup included Steven Tyler (lead vocals), Joe Perry (guitar) and Tom Hamilton (bass guitar), soon adding Ray Tabano as a second guitarist, then replacing him with Brad Whitford (formerly of Earth Inc.). Aerosmith is a long-running hard rock band, originally forming in Boston, Massachusetts in the early 1970s, and enjoying a later resurgence in popularity in the late 1980s and mid-1990s.

2001 "Jaded" #7 US, #13 UK. from "Just Push Play"

    . 1999 "Pink" (re-issue) #13 UK. from "Nine Lives"
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      1998 "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" #1 US, #4 UK. from "Armageddon" soundtrack

        . 1997 "Pink" #27 US (1998 release), #38 UK. 1997 "Hole in My Soul" #29 UK.

        1997 "Falling in Love (Is Hard on the Knees)" #35 US, #22 UK. from "Nine Lives"

          . 1994 "Crazy" #17 US, #23 UK (double A-side with Blind Man in the UK). 1994 "Shut Up and Dance" #24 UK.

          1993 "Amazing" #24 US. 1993 "Cryin'" #12 US, #17 UK. 1993 "Eat the Rich" #34 UK. 1993 "Livin' on the Edge" #18 US, #19 UK.

          from "Get a Grip"

            . 1990 "The Other Side" #22 US. 1990 "What It Takes" #9 US, #10 UK. 1989 "Water Song/Janie's Got a Gun" #4 US.

            1989 "Love in an Elevator" #5 US, #13 UK. from "Pump"

              . 1988 "Rag Doll" #17 US. 1988 "Angel" #3 US.

              1987 "Dude (Looks Like a Lady)" #14 US, #20 UK (1990 release). from "Permanent Vacation"

                . 1978 "Come Together" #23 US. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" soundtrack
                  .

                  from "Sgt. 1977 "Walk This Way" #10 US. from "Toys in the Attic"

                    . 1977 "Back in the Saddle" #38 US.

                    1976 "Last Child" #21 US. from "Rocks"

                      . 1976 "Dream On" #6 US. from "Aerosmith"
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                        1975 "Sweet Emotion" #36 US. from "Toys in the Attic"

                          . Honkin' on Bobo (2004) #5 US, #28 UK, US Sales: 700,000. O, Yeah! The Ultimate Aerosmith Hits (2002) #4 US, #6 UK, US Sales: 1,000,000.

                          Young Lust: The Aerosmith Anthology (2001) #191 US, #32 UK, US Sales: 500,000. Just Push Play (2001) #2 US, #7 UK, US Sales: 1,000,000. A Little South of Sanity (1998) #12 US, #36 UK, US Sales: 1,000,000. Nine Lives (1997) #1 US, #4 UK, US Sales: 2,000,000.

                          Big Ones (1994) #6 US, #7 UK, US Sales: 4,000,000. Box of Fire (1994), US Sales: 500,000. Get a Grip (1993) #1 US, #2 UK, US Sales: 7,000,000. Pandora's Box (1991) #45 US, US Sales: 1,000,000.

                          Pump (1989) #5 US, #3 UK, US Sales: 7,000,000. Gems (1988) #133 US, US Sales: 500,000. Permanent Vacation (1987) #11 US, #37 UK, US Sales: 5,000,000. 2 (Red cover) (1987), US Sales: 500,000.

                          Classics Vol. 1 (Purple cover) (1986) #84 US, US Sales: 1,000,000. Classics Vol. Done with Mirrors (1985) #36 US, US Sales: 500,000.

                          Rock in a Hard Place (1982) #32 US, US Sales: 500,000. Greatest Hits (1980) #53 US, US Sales: 10,000,000. Night in the Ruts (1979) #14 US, US Sales: 1,000,000. Live Bootleg (1978) #13 US, US Sales: 1,000,000.

                          Draw the Line (1977) #11 US, US Sales: 2,000,000. Rocks (1976) #3 US, US Sales: 4,000,000. Toys in the Attic (1975) #11 US, US Sales: 8,000,000. Get Your Wings (1974) #74 US, US Sales: 3,000,000.

                          Aerosmith (1973) #21 US, US Sales: 2,000,000.

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