April Harris (born March 25, 1967), Michelle Visage (born September 20, 1968) and Idalis DeLeon (born June 15, 1969) are the three "official" members of the dance-pop/house band Seduction, formed from scratch by the duo David Cole-Robert Civilles, who would later become known as C+C Music Factory. Yet it was with Carol Cooper's voice that the first song produced, "Seduction", would enter the Top 20 of the American dance charts, and with Martha Wash's uncredited voice that the second single "(You're My One and Only) True Love" was released. When this, against all odds, became a hit, the two producers finally decided to assemble a sex-appealing all-female band to record a full album, Nothing Matters Without Love, in 1989. Their biggest hit was "Two To Make It Right", which reached number two in the charts in 1990. But Idalis DeLeon had already left the band, and was immediately replaced by Sinoa Loren (born December 06 1966). But after only a few songs together, the trio split up in 1991.

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