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In the 1960s the Supremes rivalled the Beatles for worldwide popularity, but their story was turbulent and full of drama.
Diane Ross was firmly against 'the Supremes' as too masculine-sounding, but was overruled by Ballard. When Martin left in 1962 to begin a family, the group continued as a trio. Between 1961 and 1963 they released six singles, all of which charted outside the Top 40, earning them the nickname 'No Hits Supremes'.
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