The Triplets were a pop\rock trio consisting of the Villegas triplets: Diana, Sylvia and Vicky (born on April 18, 1965 from Mexico). They first received recognition after winning the 1986 MTV Basement Contest.
During that same year, the Triplets released their debut album, "Break the Silence" on Elektra Records.
In 1991, the trio released their second album, "Thicker Than Water" on Mercury Records which peaked at #125 on the Billboard 200 chart.
The Triplets scored their biggest hit to date, "You Don't Have to Go Home Tonight" which peaked at #14 on the Billboard Hot 100. They also released a VHS tape during that same year.
In 1992, the Triplets released a Spanish version album of "Thicker Than Water" called "Fuerza del Parentesco." The song, "Sombras Y Silencios" peaked at #11 on Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks chart.
In 1993, the Villegas sisters released their sophomore Spanish-language album, "Algo Mas Que Amor" under the name "Las Triplets."
The title song (which was a cover of Guys Next Door's hit song) peaked at #2 on Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks chart.
The follow-up singles, "Mi Mundo Entero" and "Las Llaves de Mi Corozon" were moderately successful on Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks chart.
After that, nothing much has been heard from The Triplets and it seems as if they've faded into obscurity.
To see the music video for "You Don't Have to Go Home Tonight," go to:
To see the music video for "Sunrise," go to:
To see a classic music video for the song, "Translate" from the Triplets' 1986 debut album, go to: