Love To Infinity transformed Faith Hill’s ‘The Way You Love Me’ from a pleasant country mid-tempo into a dancefloor anthem.
After the demise of Steps, Lisa Scott-Lee turned her hand to music management. Her first project was 3SL, a boyband who also happened to be her brothers.
‘Deeper Shade Of Blue’ was a watershed moment for Steps, marking a significant shift in their sound and thrusting them in a bold new direction.
Although intended to mark a fresh start for Martine McCutcheon, in many ways ‘Perfect Moment’ was the emancipation of one Tiffany Mitchell.
‘Ooh Aah…Just A Little Bit’ remains an iconic moment in Eurovision history, even if the contest was one of the less successful aspects of the song’s legacy.
‘Negotiate With Love’ found Rachel Stevens firmly pursuing electro-pop on the introductory single from her second album. What could possibly go wrong?
The Norwegian chart invasion continued in 2000 as M2M arrived with their debut single ‘Don’t Say You Love Me’. Could the power of Pokémon give them a hit?
The release of ‘Rewind’ saw Precious subtly relaunch as a fully-fledged pop group with a single that looked and sounded every bit a smash hit.
‘Born To Try’ saw Delta Goodrem experience the kind of success that her Neighbours character, Nina Tucker, could only dream of.
Mero burst onto into the charts with their debut single ‘It Must Be Love’, a very credible throwback to the days of Motown.