‘Who Do You Think You Are’ cemented the Spice Girls as a cultural phenomenon thanks to a memorable Brit Awards performance.
As A*Teens embarked on a hiatus, they released ‘I Promised Myself’ with a music video that set the standard for greatest hits singles.
Despite Ant & Dec’s music career often being treated as a novelty footnote in their career, ‘When I Fall In Love’ is a genuinely great track.
Leah Haywood’s brilliant debut single, ‘We Think It’s Love’, was tipped for a UK release after reaching the top ten in Australia. Alas…
‘Hole In The Head’ saw Sugababes reignite their chart-topping partnership with Xenomania for the lead single of their third album.
‘Breathe Slow’ is a compelling, truthful track that asserted why Alesha Dixon’s pop music comeback deserved to succeed.
‘Womanizer’ aimed to put Britney Spears back at the top of the charts after a tumultuous year. And it did…but at what price?
Having scored three consecutive top-three singles, The Cheeky Girls set their sights on the festive charts for the second Christmas in a row.
The Spice Girls being Christmas #1 in 1996 was a given, but there’s a reason why ‘2 Become 1’ is their biggest-selling, best-known ballad.
‘Ugly’ proved the Sugababes were taller in more ways and stronger than ever…until everything changed a few weeks after it was released.
‘Please Stay’ was the fourth – and final – single from ‘Light Years’ in the UK…but it came at the expense of a fan-favourite.
‘The Last Goodbye’ is a perfect example of why Atomic Kitten’s reputation as purveyors of mid-tempo balladry was well-deserved.