‘Blink’ saw Rosie Ribbons finally exorcise the ghost of ABBA and make a credible attempt at pop stardom.
‘Larger Than Life’ is perhaps the most fitting representation of a group – and a brand of pop music – that had reached its apex.
‘Stomp’ earned Steps a long overdue second #1 single, even if it wasn’t necessarily a song that showcased them at their very best.
‘Maybe’ is one of the most absurdly brilliant tracks Emma Bunton ever recorded. Well, it was inspired by ’70s German porn after all.
It may be sacrilegious to some, but ‘Do You Know (I Go Crazy)’ was a stroke of genius and terrifically well-executed by Angel City.
As cover versions go, ‘More, More, More’ is as harmlessly cheery as it is entirely unnecessary for Rachel Stevens.
Rachel Stevens went all out on ‘I Said Never Again (But Here We Are)’, but she was fighting a losing battle against an internet leak.
If ‘Sundown’ couldn’t firmly restore S Club 8 back to (near) chart-topping glory, then what on earth could?!
With a writing credit on ‘Call My Name’, this may be our only glimpse at what Charlotte Church’s pop career could’ve been.
As a show tune, ‘Gotta Go My Own Way’ might not be that convincing. But as a mid-tempo pop song, it’s phenomenal.
When is a remix not a remix? Billie Piper was about to test that theory with ‘Something Deep Inside’ (no sniggering, please).
‘I Want You Back’ was a watershed moment for the Spice Girls as Melanie B became the first to break rank and release a solo single.