West End Girls

Members of West End Girls: Aimee MacKenzie, Camille Henderson, Janele Woodley, Silvana Kane

Discography of West End Girls:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Pure (You're Touching Me) 4 Audio 1993 Johnny Jet Records
2 The Definitive Collection 20 Audio 2000 Dexter Entertainment Group
3 We Belong Together 11 Audio 1993 Johnny Jet Records
4 West End Girls 12 Audio 1991 A&M Records
5 West End Girls 12 Audio 1991 A&M Records
6 Sexy 4 Audio 1993
7 West End Girls 12 Audio 1991
8 R U Sexin' Me 2 Audio 1993 Johnny Jet Records
9 I Want You Back 4 Audio 1991 A&M Records
10 Not Like Kissing You 3 Audio 1991 A&M Records
11 The Very Best Of The West End Girls: Hits. Remixes. And Other Cool Stuff. 9 Audio 1998 Dexter Entertainment Group
12 R U Sexin' Me 4 Audio 1993 Johnny Jet Records
13 West End Girls 12 Audio 1991
14 Sexy 4 Audio 1993 Johnny Jet Records
15 We Belong Together 11 Audio 1993


The West End Girls came together in British Columbia in their late teens. Members [a=Camille Henderson], [a=Aimee MacKenzie] and [a=Silvana Petrozzi] (now known as [a=Silvana Kane] of Pacifika) were groomed by songwriters [a=John Dexter] and John Livingston. Dexter hand-picked the girls in 1990 and groomed them under the moniker "Anne, Marie & Lisa", but later changed their name to 'West End Girls'. The act became Canadian teen sensations with their self-titled dance/pop debut album and the hits "Not Like Kissing You" and a remake of the Jackson 5 classic "I Want You Back". Petrozzi left shortly after the first album and was replaced by [a=Janele Woodley] and shortly before the release of the second album, Henderson left for a solo career. Her replacement was Celia-Louise Martin. By the summer of 1993, their second album "We Belong Together" was released. Their sound changed dramatically to R&B/Hip Hop and they had hits with "R U Sexin' Me", "State Of The Heart" and "Pure (You're Touching Me)". The group finally split up in 1994.


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