Starting their career with their very first single:
A major change of image, demanding the public to see them as a serious popgroup now.
Continuing with two more singles. "Crazy" and
"Hide and Seek" don't top the charts but have great impact.
The end of the first part of their career, releasing a compilation
album and changing record companies.
Releasing 5 more singles, all 5 were
hits, including the top 2 hit
Releasing their self-produced and written album, simply called
Five Star at the peak of their commercial chart succes. With 7(!)
hit-singles coming from one album.
snazzy and sounding shiny sharp with a very happy album. Their best album, according to
Getting more mature now, releasing a
ballad ("Strong As
Steel") for the first time as a single.
||1994/95: Back again with a very r&b and soulful love-album. With a
nice summer clubhit ("I Give You Give") in the UK.