In the '90s, there was no shortage of talented girl groups blessed not only with pipes, but with personality. There was En Vogue, TLC, SWV, Xscape, Jade, The Good Girls and the list goes on and on. With such talent, it would be very easy to get lost in the shuffle. However, Cassandra Lucas and Charisse Rose, better known as Changing Faces, defied the odds to deliver a number of R&B hits, from the sexy "Stroke You Up," off their self-titled debut album, to the woman done wrong anthem, "G.H.E.T.T.O.U.T."
After their third album, Visit Me, failed to have an impact on the charts, the group pretty much disappeared. Changing Faces, as pretty much every other group on this list, has talked about reuniting and claimed they are in the studio working on new material. However, Lucas has shed some light on the situation, stating that the two don't quite have the chemistry they used to in the lab and are pursuing solo projects. With everyone else from their era making new music, maybe they should try again to see if they can make the magic happen once more. They are at that 15-year mark and that seems to be the lucky number for comebacks.