Cleopatra turned their attention to socially conscious pop music with their second single ‘Life Ain’t Easy’.
Kelly Osbourne’s second album saw her drawn down the path of electropop. And true to form, it was a brilliant move.
‘Back When’ saw the allSTARS* gather a team of songwriters with a proven track record and release their best single to date.
Only Geri Halliwell would have the audacity to take on ‘It’s Raining Men’ and make it her own…regardless of what that entailed.
There’s no doubting Lindsay Lohan exuded star quality, but ‘Over’ had to prove that a pop career was the right outlet for it.
Triple Eight sought to fill the boyband void with their debut single ‘Knockout’. But were they punching above their weight?
The Honeyz were on the cusp of a lucrative record deal in America when they released ‘Love Of A Lifetime’. What could possibly go wrong?
‘Swear It Again’ was the start of a new era for pop music and there was no stopping Westlife as they showcased a tried-and-tested formula.
We didn’t know it at the time, but Kavana’s fourth single ‘MFEO’ was a culturally significant moment in pop music.
The ’90s/’00s teen-pop takeover continued apace as Jessica Simpson released her debut single ‘I Wanna Love You Forever’.
Having blossomed as one of the Spice Girls’ best singers, the time came from Emma Bunton to launch her solo career proper
As the final single from Atomic Kitten’s second album, ‘Love Doesn’t Have To Hurt’ had an important link to the group’s legacy.