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All Saints (music)

All Saints was a British all woman pop music group, named after a station on London's Docklands Light Railway. Members were, the sisters Nicole and Natalie Appleton, with Melanie Blatt and Shaznay Lewis.

They got together in 1993 and highlights include a cover of Red Hot Chilli Peppers Under the Bridge and their collaboration with William Orbit on their Saints and Sinners album. Lowlights include the universally panned film, Honest directed by ex-Eurythmics Dave Stewart. They split in 2001 after much speculation and rumour. Nicole and Natalie are now in their newly reformed group "Appleton".

See also: All Saints (disambiguation)