Love City Groove represented the United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 1995, with their self-titled song after being the runaway winner in a public vote. The song finished tenth with 76 points; and peaked at on the UK Singles Chart. Love City Groove were formed by the producer and songwriter, Stephen 'Beanz' Rudden - who at the time was a staff writer at Warner Chappell publishing company
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Love City Groove was a British pop/R&B band who represented the United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 1995 in Dublin with the song of the same name, finishing in 10th place. In spite of the song's success post-Contest, they could not repeat it. The follow-up "Soft Spot" missed out on the UK Singles Chart. This was followed by ". P" which likewise did not enter the official UK listing. Their debut album Hard Times received a limited release, and sold in small quantities
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|ORBIT 3||Love City Groove||Soft Spot (12", Promo)||Planet 3 Records||ORBIT 3||UK||1995|
|GXY 2006T||Love City Groove||Soft Spot (12", Maxi)||Planet 3 Records||GXY 2006T||UK||1995|
|GXY2006CD||Love City Groove||Soft Spot (CD, Single)||Planet 3 Records||GXY2006CD||UK||1995|