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In the 1960s the Supremes rivalled the Beatles for worldwide popularity, but their story was turbulent and full of drama.
By the end of 1965 the Supremes had achieved international success, with number one records in several different countries, featuring on motion picture soundtracks and even their own brand of bread. Ross' voice was perfect for pop, and their look was classy, designed to appeal to both black and white audiences. They achieved a string of number one hits in the US, and their 1966 album The Supremes A' Go-Go knocked the Beatles' Revolver off the top spot.
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