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Favorite late '90s European teen pop group: S Club 7 or A-Teens?

S Club 7 and A-Teens gave us bop after bop last century, ushering in the European teen pop renaissance of the late ‘90s. Both groups consisted of teenage male and female members, setting themselves apart from the girl groups and boy bands of the era. S Club 7 rose to prominence with their own show and hits like “Bring It All Back,” while A-Teens broke out covering ABBA classics like “Mamma Mia.” Which late ‘90s European teen pop group gives you the most nostalgic feels?

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S Club 7 was not just a supergroup—the European teen pop act had its own show, “Miami 7,” which aired on Fox Family in America. The late '90s show gave us hits like “S Club Party” and “Bring It All Back.”

Watch the dance music video to “S Club Party” below.

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Swedish teen pop act A-Teens burst onto the scene covering ABBA smashes like “Mamma Mia,” which marked the group’s first mega-hit. Their debut album is appropriately called “The ABBA Generation,” showcasing the impact ABBA had on Europop and Eurodance even in the late ‘90s.

Check out the nostalgic music video of “Mamma Mia” below.

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Favorite late '90s European teen pop group: S Club 7 or A-Teens?
A festive crown for the winner
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