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"M2M" was the name of a Norwegian pop music duo comprised of two teenage girls - Marion Elise Ravn and Marit Elizabeth Larsen - who had Atlantic Records and Warner Music as their labels. The duo produced 2 albums, ''Shades of Purple'' and ''The Big Room'', and a "Greatest Hits" release (after M2M disbanded, under decision of their record label) under the band name M2M, and a Norweigian Children's album under their respective names (informally "Hubba Bubba"). The girls had known each other since they were five, before forming the group in the mid-1990s. They debuted with their first single, "Don't Say You Love Me," in 1999. They also released several songs sung in Mandarin such as "Pretty Boy". Their trilingual ability made them popular to the orient. The song was featured on the soundtrack of ''Pokémon: The First Movie - Mewtwo Strikes Back'' and a music video was produced featuring scenes from the movie. It was also the lead single off their debut album, ''Shades of Purple'', released in 2000. They later released four more singles off the album: "Mirror Mirror,""The Day You Wen...