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A member of the group since its inception, he has recorded 14 studio albums with the band as well as one solo record.

Perhaps in a nod to celebrity trends, Harper, in the 2016 top 100, saw the biggest surge in popularity over the previous 10 years.

Noah saw the biggest jump into the top 10 since 2006, climbing 41 places to number six, while Muhammad, at number eight, rose 35 spots in 10 years.

The statistics are based on names first recorded at live births which occurred over 12 months. Up to half of the most popular baby names stood the test of time, with Oliver, Harry, Jack, Charlie and Thomas remaining in the top 10 for boys since 2006.

Olivia dethroned Amelia, which occupied the top position for five years.

Muhammad replaced William in the top 10 names for boys last year, while Poppy dropped out of the top 10 for girls, making way for Lily.

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