‘Moodswings (To Come At Me Like That)’ was perhaps the best fit yet for Charlotte Church’s transition to mainstream pop star.
It might have been included on a greatest hits album, but ‘Do Somethin’ was a decisive statement of what was to come from Britney Spears.
It was never released in the UK, but the tortuous ‘Thinking Of You (I Drive Myself Crazy)’ is up there as one *NSYNC’s very best efforts.
‘No More’ provides a weirdly unnecessary glimpse at what would have happened if a1 were marketed with the image of a major US boyband.
The Vengaboys had almost made it through two albums without releasing a ballad. But ‘Forever As One’ was worth the wait.
‘The Call’ found our ever-dependable Backstreet Boys entangled in an intense concoction of lust, betrayal and revenge.
‘Boy You Knock Me Out’ saw Tatyana Ali joined by her former ‘Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air’ co-star Will Smith for a killer second single.
‘Deep Deep Down’ found Hepburn channeling their pop-rock prowess into a thoroughly bleak third (and final) single.
Having been on the receiving end of so much negative press, ‘Boyfriend’ saw Ashlee Simpson re-claim her narrative and bite back.
‘Crazy Little Party Girl’ saw Aaron Carter move one step closer to world domination. After all, he was ten years old now.
‘Crush (1980 Me)’ was a departure from the sound that Darren Hayes was known for. But it gave us a glimpse at the artist he would become.
‘Best Thing’ was Adam Rickitt’s last chance to prove his pop star credentials after the underwhelming performance of his debut album.