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Powered by Audioscrobbler™There are four bands known as Girlband:

1 ) Formed in 1999, Girlband has recorded three albums: Rock for Beginners (2001), Music to the Untrained Ear (2002), and One Disaster After Another (2003). After recording ODAA they went on to create the side project, My Bible Company. As MBC they created two thrashcore albums: Trying to get to France on a singing missionary journey the kids come up short in the money department (2003), and Blood Makes the Grass Grow (2004). You can find all their albums on Bandcamp. Cary (drummer) has a solo project called Hateful Julie which also has songs to download.
On the 18th of April 2017, after a long hiatus, they released a new album The Letdown.

2) Girlband is an Australian pop group formed in 2006. There are four members, Renee Armstrong, Renee Bargh, Jess Smith and Patrice Tipoki. The four girls answered a casting call to form a world class four part harmony group for an Australian reality television series. Since then they have had a film crew following them the entire time, their journey that aired on the Channel 10 series Girlband in Australia from August through to October 2006.
The girls released their first single Party Girl on October 7, 2006, it debuted and peaked at number 43 on the ARIA Charts. Their second single, Electric, was released on April 28, 2007.
As of September 2019, no debut album neither any new singles were released and it seems that the band is inactive.

3) Girlband were a four-piece girl band from South-West England who participated in the fifth UK series of X Factor. The group comprised sisters Tita Lau and Phoebe Jay Lau (born 2 June 1990), along with their friends Marisa Billitteri (born 20 May 1989) and Layla Manoochehri (born 1 May 1986).
In the first live show, they received harsh comments from Simon Cowell, who called them a 'Girls Aloud bunch of rejects.' They were placed in the bottom two by the public vote and the decision was given to the judges, whose votes were split, with Cheryl Cole and Dannii Minogue voting against them, and Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh opting to save them. The result was then referred to the public vote and Girlband survived, having polled higher than other bottom two act Bad Lashes.
They were in the bottom two again in the second show, and the judges' votes were once again split. With the result referred to the public vote, Girlband were revealed to have polled the lowest and were duly eliminated. They split up days after their elimination, though briefly reunited for the charity single Hero.

4) Girlband is a power pop and riot grrrl band from College Station, Texas. Their line-up is: Niki Shea (lead vocals), Heather Warncke (guitar, backing vocals), Katie Keller (bass guitar, backing vocals) and Jessica Sorensen (drums, backing vocals). They have released only three releases so far: drunkypants, Shark Week EP and Apocalipstick.
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