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The Go! Team, Ready for a U.S. Tour
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The Go! Team, Ready for a U.S. Tour

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The Go! Team, Ready for a U.S. Tour

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From the Go! Team

'Ladyflash' from 'Thunder, Lightning, Strike'
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'The Power Is On,' from 'Thunder, Lightning, Strike'
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'Huddle Formation,' live from SXSW
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The British pop rock group The Go! Team is about to invade America. Led by Ninja, a soulful singer and mistress-of-ceremonies, The Go! Team pumps out high-energy, teen-spirited rock 'n' roll. They begin a U.S. tour Friday. They also performed at this spring's South by Southwest music festival in Austin, Texas. Christopher Johnson has a preview for American music fans who haven't heard them yet.

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Members of The Go! Team surround Ninja (in the pink jacket) as they prepare for an American tour. hide caption

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Members of The Go! Team surround Ninja (in the pink jacket) as they prepare for an American tour.

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Thunder, Lightning, Strike
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2005

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