Sheila & The Black Devotion
Spacer (1979)

Before the group's formation, Sheila (born Annie Chancel in Créteil, France on August 16, 1946) scored numerous hits in her homeland during the 1960s and the 1970s. Among her chart toppers were "L'École est Finie" (1963), "Vous les Copains" (the French cover version of Manfred Mann's "Do Wah Diddy Diddy" in 1964), "'Petite Fille de Français Moyens" (1968) and "Les Rois Mages" (the cover of "Tweedle Dee Tweele Dum" originally performed by Middle of the Road in 1971).