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Legendary Bands of the 90s: Then and Now

The Cardigans (1992), The Cardigans (now), Oasis (1991), Oasis (Now), Pearl Jam (1990), Pearl Jam (Now), Spice Girls (1994), Spice Girls (Now), Hooverphonic (Now), Destiny's Child (1990) and more
Destiny's Child (1990)
The four members of Destiny's Child were still children when the band was formed in 1990.
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Hooverphonic (Now)
The original three came back together again, and what's more, they were Belgium's entry for the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest!
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Spice Girls (Now)
In 2019, the Spice Girls (without Victoria Beckham) did some shows in the UK as part of the Spice World Tour.
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Spice Girls (1994)
In 1994, a time when several boybands were rising, five female artists formed the Spice Girls in London.
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Pearl Jam (Now)
Throughout its existence, the band has sold more than 60 million records worldwide and performed several charity shows.
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Pearl Jam (1990)
Pearl Jam emerged in 1990 when Eddie Vedder was 26 and Mike McCready, Stone Gossard and Jeff Ament were 24.
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Oasis (Now)
Despite being one of the most successful bands in the UK, it dissolved in 2009. In the photo we see Liam Gallagher (1972).
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Oasis (1991)
British band formed in 1991 by five members: Liam Gallagher, who was 19 at the time, Noel Gallagher, 24, Paul Arthurs, 26
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The Cardigans (now)
The band took a six-year break from the stage but returned in 2012 for a tour.
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Destiny's Child (Now)
Beyoncé Knowles (1981), Kelly Rowland (1981) and Michelle Williams (1980) continued with the group until 2005, when each of them continued with a solo career.
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