juiceJuice was a female R&B group from Denmark that formed in 1995 and originally consisted of Anne Rani, Lena Tahara and Maria Hamer (born Maria Jensen on May 13, 1978 in Denmark).
juice something to feelIn 1997, the group released their debut album “Something to Feel” which sold 40,000 copies.
i'll come runningTheir first single “I’ll Come Running” peaked at #48 on the U.K. Singles chart and also charted on the Danish Singles chart.
best daysJuice’s follow-up single “Best Days” peaked at #28 on the U.K. Singles chart and also charted on the Danish Singles chart. In 1998, Lena Tahara left the group and was replaced by singer Eve Horner.
can we get personalIn 1999, Juice released their sophomore album “Can We Get Personal?”. It’s unknown how or if the album charted at all.
let love be loveDuring that same year, they were featuring on a song called “Let Love Be Love” (which also featured S.O.A.P., Christina Undhjem featuring Remee) and managed to peak at #18 on the Danish Singles chart.

Three songs from their second album “Do It For U, “Not in Love” and “My Love” were released as singles, but it’s unknown how or if they charted at all. In August of 2000, Juice disbanded.

Maria Hamer went on to release a solo album called “My Soul” in 2003 and continues to be active in music as well as acting these days.

Anne Rani continues to be active in the music business as a singer, songwriter & composer and currently performs with musician\producer Lasse Illinton under the name Sadja Ran.

It’s unknown what Lena Tahara and Eve Horner are up to these days.

To see the music video for “I’ll Come Running,” go to:

To see the music video for “Best Days,” go to:

To see the music video for “Not in Love,” go to:

To see the music video for “My Love,” go to:

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