Long before TLC, Brownstone and Destiny's Child, there was En Vogue, who changed the history of girl groups with their harmonies, soulful vocals and diva stage presence. Although they were often compared to The Supremes, En Vogue were a rare breed of band in that each member was lead singer material. No one ever became the designated Diana Ross. Despite a seemingly revolving door of band members, its remaining line-up never stopped touring - and, unusually for a group who've been together for so long they met in the late 80s , appetite for their live shows never waned. While the band are reticent to call it a comeback, their new material does mean that they've returned in a bigger way than ever before.
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Robinson left the group in shortly before the release of their third album EV3 , which reached the US and UK top Jones left the group in , Amanda Cole joined shortly thereafter. However, in , Cole left the group, and Rhona Bennett joined the group during the recording of their album Soul Flower. In , the original members briefly united before disassembling again. In , the original members once again reunited for their "En Vogue: 20th Anniversary". Shortly after the tour, Robinson and Jones again departed from En Vogue, with Bennett rejoining the group as a trio. En Vogue has sold more than 30 million records worldwide to date,    and are often considered one of the best female vocal groups of all time.