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    Formed in Munich, Germany
    Penny McLean
    Ramona Wulf
    Linda G. Thompson
    Thompson and McLean later replaced by Rhonda Heath and Zenda Jacks
    Recorded the hits 'Fly, Robin, Fly' and 'Get Up and Boogie'
    They were a two-hit wonder.
    The original anonymous studio singers couldn't come to terms with the record label and were replaced with Penny, Linda, and Ramona.
    They were a manufactured disco girl group.
    The trio released a 'Greatest Hits' album in 1979 filled with remixes of their only two hits and a few other dance singles.
    Their songs helped launch the disco era and are considered club classics.
    They were considered ambassadors of German disco to a world audience.

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