It might not have received a full single release in the UK, but that hasn’t harmed the cult legacy of ‘Your Disco Needs You’.
B.O.N. knew precisely what they were doing with their debut single ‘Boys’, which featured a lot of nudity…and nuns.
‘I Won’t Change You’ is a routinely overlooked and disregarded single from Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s second album. But it’s not that bad…is it?
‘The Loving Kind’ feels like the product of a perfect moment in time where Girls Aloud’s critical acclaim matched their commercial success.
‘Rescue Me’ gave Ultra their first top ten single. But, rather ironically, that still wasn’t enough to save them.
‘Save Our Love’ was a product of record label contingency planning that Eternal didn’t need. All the same, this was too good not to release.
The final single from Lene Marlin’s debut album is another journey into the depths of a complex, talented teenage mind.
The final Christmas chart battle of the millennium(!) saw Steps enter the fray with their take on a Kylie Minogue classic.
‘You’re My Number One’ is indelibly tied to S Club 7’s formative years in look and sound, but established a reliable formula for the group.
‘We’re Not Gonna Sleep Tonight’ was remixed into a Latin-tinged uptempo. But did this girl power anthem sound a bit too familiar?
Rachel Stevens’ second single found her sampling David Bowie. But was this work of pop art just a bit too abstract for the mainstream?
‘Take Me There’ set a new standard for soundtrack singles, fusing cool R&B with…the ‘Rugrats’ theme tune!?