‘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.
For her all-important second single, Rosie Ribbons picked an overlooked Jessica Simpson track and gave it a new lease of life.
‘Stop Living The Lie’ is an oft-forgotten relic of the early TV talent show era, but possibly one of the best singles to emerge from it.
The growing popularity of garage music – and a conveniently timed remix – gave Mis-Teeq a breakthrough hit with their debut single ‘Why?’
‘Quit Playing Games (With My Heart)’ became the Backstreet Boys’ biggest hit so far. Thanks, in no small part, due to *that* music video.
Despite now being the flagship representatives of the S Club-brand, ‘Don’t Tell Me You’re Sorry’ found S Club 8 in a make-or-break situation.
Could Victoria Beckham seriously pull off a hip-hop reinvention with ‘This Groove’? Or perhaps more to the point, was she even trying to?
‘Sound Of The Underground’ set a new benchmark of what a TV talent show winners’ single could be and just how far its impact could spread.
The Spice Girls’ ‘Goodbye’ was a tribute not just to the end of a friendship, but the end of the group as we knew it.