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Lime was a disco group from Montréal, Canada, during the 1980s. The group was comprised of husband and wife Denis and Denyse LePage, although two younger and more attractive singers, Joy Dorris and Chris Marsh, were chosen to tour and appear as the act. They are most noted for their songs "Angel Eyes" (1983) and "Your Love" (1981 #1 US Dance).

The band faded from popularity in the 1990s, and Denis LePage signed over rights to classic Lime royalties.




  • Your Love, 1981 (with the singles "Your Love" and "You're My Magician")
  • Lime II, 1982 (with the singles "Babe We're Gonna Love Tonite" and "Come And Get Your Love")
  • Lime III, 1983 (with the singles "Guilty and "Angel Eyes")
  • Sensual Sensation, 1984 (with the single "My Love")
  • Lime — The Greatest Hits, 1985
  • Unexpected Lovers, 1985 (with the single "Unexpected Lovers")
  • Take The Love, 1986
  • Brand New Day, 1989
  • Caroline, 1991
  • Love Fury, 2002


  • "Your Love", 1981
  • "You're My Magician", 1981
  • "Babe We're Gonna Love Tonight", 1982
  • "Come And Get Your Love", 1982
  • "A Man And A Woman", 1982
  • "Wake Dreams", 1983
  • "Guilty", 1983
  • " Angel Eyes", 1983
  • "On The Grid", 1983
  • "My Love", 1984
  • "Take It Up", 1984
  • "I Don't Wanna Lose You", 1984
  • "Unexpected Lovers", 1985
  • "Do Your Time On The Planet", 1985
  • "Alive & Well", 1985
  • "Say You Love Me", 1985
  • "Take The Love", 1986
  • "Cutie Pie", 1986
  • "Did You See That Girl", 1986
  • "Gold Digger", 1987
  • "Closer To You",1988
  • "Please Say You Will (Be My Baby)",1988
  • "Making Up My Mind About You",1988
  • "Bottoms Up",1988
  • "What You Waiting For",1988
  • "Sentimentally Yours",
  • "A Brand New Day",1988
  • "Please Say You Will b/w Brand New Day", 1989
  • "Sentimentally Yours", 1989
  • "Caroline", 1991
  • "No Other Love (I Need It Bad)", 2002
  • "Babe, Were Gonna Love Tonight (Almighty Re-Mix)", 2006

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