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About Divine

There have been four musical acts that have used this name.

1) Harris Glenn Milstead (October 19, 1945 – March 7, 1988) was better known by his drag persona Divine. He starred in a number of films: Pink Flamingos, Female Trouble, Polyester, Hairspray, Lust in the Dust, Trouble in Mind and Out of the Dark.

In the 1980s, he had several hit records in America, Europe, and Australia. The typical progressive type of synthesizer disco music was composed, created, performed and produced by Bobby Orlando. In Britain his Stock Aitken Waterman produced You Think You're a Man was his most successful hit, reaching #16

In 1988, he was supposed to portray the dual character of Peggy Bundy's Mother and Uncle Otto on the TV series 'Married With Children'. He died unexpectedly the day before filming, aged 42, from sleep apnea in Los Angeles, (attributed to his obesity). He was buried in Towson, Maryland, his funeral procession being attended by thousands of well-wishers.

2) Divine is the name of a R&B-based girl group who are best known for their 1998 number-one single Lately. Group members include Kia Thornton, Nikki Bratcher and Tonia Tash. All three women were teenagers when they were recruited by Pendulum Records owner Ruben Rodriguez to form Divine.

"Lately" has to date been the group's only top ten success. A cover version of One More Try peaked at number twenty-nine in 1999. Their debut album Fairy Tales, containing their two hits, peaked at number 126 in the U.S. in 1999.

3) A Swedish gothenburg death/black symphonic metalband with Leadguitarist Edvard Höcke and others.

4) A French progressive/thrash metal band from Limoges. They've released their first demo " #1 " in 2005.
http://divinesite.perso.cegetel.net
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Genres:
R&b, Rnb-soul, R&b/soul, Soul, Disco

About Divine

There have been four musical acts that have used this name.

1) Harris Glenn Milstead (October 19, 1945 – March 7, 1988) was better known by his drag persona Divine. He starred in a number of films: Pink Flamingos, Female Trouble, Polyester, Hairspray, Lust in the Dust, Trouble in Mind and Out of the Dark.

In the 1980s, he had several hit records in America, Europe, and Australia. The typical progressive type of synthesizer disco music was composed, created, performed and produced by Bobby Orlando. In Britain his Stock Aitken Waterman produced You Think You're a Man was his most successful hit, reaching #16

In 1988, he was supposed to portray the dual character of Peggy Bundy's Mother and Uncle Otto on the TV series 'Married With Children'. He died unexpectedly the day before filming, aged 42, from sleep apnea in Los Angeles, (attributed to his obesity). He was buried in Towson, Maryland, his funeral procession being attended by thousands of well-wishers.

2) Divine is the name of a R&B-based girl group who are best known for their 1998 number-one single Lately. Group members include Kia Thornton, Nikki Bratcher and Tonia Tash. All three women were teenagers when they were recruited by Pendulum Records owner Ruben Rodriguez to form Divine.

"Lately" has to date been the group's only top ten success. A cover version of One More Try peaked at number twenty-nine in 1999. Their debut album Fairy Tales, containing their two hits, peaked at number 126 in the U.S. in 1999.

3) A Swedish gothenburg death/black symphonic metalband with Leadguitarist Edvard Höcke and others.

4) A French progressive/thrash metal band from Limoges. They've released their first demo " #1 " in 2005.
http://divinesite.perso.cegetel.net
Show More
Genres:
R&b, Rnb-soul, R&b/soul, Soul, Disco

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