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It was number one on the UK charts for just two weeks, but Charles & Eddie's hit Would I Lie To You? has become iconic in the 31 since its release in August 1992.The song seemed to come from nowhere before reached the coveted top spot in November of the same year, also achieving the same chart success in countries including New Zealand, Germany, Austria and Zimbabwe, and becoming a hit the world over.

At the time, the duo's debut single was highly praised, with one critic saying they "show their appreciation of classic soul in a very pop-friendly way." And the accompanying video, which saw Charles & Eddie performing in various locations around New York City, has generated more than 65 million views on YouTube.

But who were the enigmatic duo, Charles & Eddie? Charles was Charles Pettigrew, born on 12 May, 1963 in Philadelphia. He studied jazz singing at college before becoming lead singer for a band.

Meanwhile, Eddie was Eddie Chacon, born on 22 August, 1963 and raised in California. He started a group when he was just 12 with neighourhood friends, who later went on to be in the bands Metallica and Faith No More.

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