Forgotten Pop

Forgotten Pop! – This Week – Loose Chippins

At the end of the nineties, there was a huge boom in the music world in relation to girl bands – they sprung up left right and centre and whilst some had a really successful time of it there were a lot that were no so lucky. From the year and a bit I have been doing this article, there have been many acts I have come across that I faintly remember but this weeks group I do not. Sometimes when you find a group that’s been as hidden away as this group there can be not a lot of information on them – so I will do the best I can to tell you all about them. This week we are looking at the world of Loose Chippins.

There was a big reason that these girls failed and that is the name of their group. I have read time and time again that their name is considered one of the worst ever for a girl band.

They were a group that were made of 5 girls – Natalie, Carly, Nikki, Danni and Barbara. According to an article I read, they did a two year stint of non stop television appearances, interviews and concerts. In Christmas of 1999 they helped turned the Regent Street Lights on with David Ginola.

In one of the many forums I searched into, someone said that they were a girl band that were known for wearing brightly coloured puffa jackets.

Loose Chippins had two singles one called Girls Getting Naughty and the other was called I’ll Be There For You which were both released in 2000. Neither of the songs apparently charted at all.

So let’s have a look at their music today.

Girls Getting Naughty

I’ll Be There For You

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