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Diana Ross & the Supremes: Two of Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 500 Songs that Shaped Rock & Roll

Diana Ross & the Supremes Origin: Detroit, Michigan, US. Genres: R&B, soul, pop, doo-wop, disco The original members of  The Supremes   - Florence Ballard, Mary Wilson, Diana Ross, and Betty McGlown -  were Motown's most commercially successful act, scoring 12 number-one singles on the American music chart. Billboard ranked the Supremes number 17 on the Hot 100 Artists of All Time. Two of their hits -  "Stop! In the Name of Love" and "You Can't Hurry Love" - are among the Rock and Roll of Fame's  500 Songs that Shaped Rock & Roll .

One Hit Wonder: Patrick Hernandez (1979)

Born to Be Alive Single: Patrick Hernandez Album: Born to Be Alive Released: November 1978 Genre: Disco Songwriter: Patrick Hernandez "Born to Be Alive" by Patrick Hernandez became a global hit in 1979, reaching number one in several countries, including France and Italy.  It made the Top Ten in the UK and Top 20 in the US Billboard National Disco Action chart. The album  Born to Be Alive  sold well and won him a Billboard Award in February 1980.  But Hernandez's follow-up to the single - " Disco Queen ," backed with " Show Me the Way You Kiss ," - didn't chart in the US. In 1981, Hernandez released the import 12" single " Goodbye ." It was not released in the US, making Hernandez an American one-hit wonder.

Wallpaper: Cat Stevens

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